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Growing Tomorrow's Leaders

Monday 25th January

Good morning Year 1!

 

We hope you are all keeping well. Our activities for today are listed below:

 

Timetable:

 

1. R.E- What other good news does Jesus bring? PowerPoint/video posted below. Once you have opened the document, set it to full screen mode and the audio will start automatically. You then need to click through the slides. The PowerPoint and video are exactly the same, choose which format you prefer or you can access.

 

2. Reading- The Ravenous Beast. Video and questions posted below.

 

3. Maths- Subtraction (not crossing 10).

PowerPoint/video posted below. Once you have opened the document, set it to full screen mode and the audio will start automatically. You then need to click through the slides. Resources are posted in the documents below. The PowerPoint and video are exactly the same, choose which format you prefer or you can access.

 

 

4. Phonics- Activities are posted below. Pupils should know which Phonics groups they were in last term, if unsure please email and we can assist.

 

5. PE- Get ready for a Highland dance workout seeing as it is Rabbie Burns day today! Get your water ready and join Miss Soutter in the videos below.

 

6. Spellings- Your spellings for this week are posted on the PowerPoint/video below.

 

7. Art- https://video.link/w/uxPJb

Write your numbers first and then turn your numbers into a drawing with Robin Art School.

 

 

Please remember to send any pictures and work to c.year1@holytrinitydartford.co.uk

 

We cannot wait to see your lovely work and to give you some feedback. Have fun!

RE
Today we are learning of the Good News of peace that Jesus brings. Have you ever felt really peaceful? Can you explain what the word peace means? Today we look at a special message from The New Testament and the Book of John. Listen to this special message of Good News and discuss the questions with your parent. Work through the PowerPoint or watch as a video and pause as required.
Reading

Today we are reading the fantastic book 'The Ravenous Beast'. There are a couple of questions during the story, but most are recall questions today. Have a listen and see how many questions you can answer afterwards. Enjoy!

 

Slide 1: Have you ever heard of the word ravenous? Do you know what it means?

Slide 6: Do you know what the word ‘loot’ means when she said ‘the King’s loot’?

Can you remember who ate the aeroplane, a parachute, a pot of tea, a hot-air balloon, a tin of beans, a parcel, a kite and a green bus?

Who said, ‘Fip! Flap-doodle!’?

How did the author describe the cat?

Can you remember who said ‘Nibble nibble! Tuck ‘em away!’?

What was your favourite part of this book? Why?

Rabbie Burn's day PE 1

Rabbie Burn's day PE 2 practice and dance work out

Rabbie Burn's day PE 3 (poem break!)

Rabbie Burn's day PE 4 The Highland Fling

Seeing as it is Rabbie Burns' day today, I thought we could do something a little different for PE. On Burns' night, it is traditional to listen to some of his most famous poems, listen to traditional music, eat haggis (YUUUM!) and dance. I have done Highland dancing for years and years, although a long time ago, and thought this would be a great opportunity for you all to learn a little more about it and have a go! Get your water ready and have fun! Work through the videos in order.

Maths

 

In today’s Maths lesson we will be looking at subtraction but we will not cross 10. You have previously looked at subtraction within 10 and will remember your karate Maths and your subtraction terminology such as subtract, take away and minus. After today’s lesson you will understand the importance of zero and will know that when nothing is taken away the number remains the same. Likewise, when a whole group is taken away there is nothing or ‘0’ left. You will use objects and pictorials to see what you started with, what has happened (what has been subtracted) and what you are left with. I will go through some warm up questions with you first to show you how to answer the questions. I would then like you to have a go at some practice questions so that you can independently apply these skills. Your main Maths task is uploaded below the Maths PowerPoint in a PDF format. At the end of the PowerPoint are some challenge questions for you to have a go at, remember to explain your answers using your reasoning skills. I have also uploaded some mastery cards for those of you that want an extra challenge. Try your best! I can’t wait to see your work.

Spellings

Your spellings for this week are posted on the PowerPoint/video.

Remember to do a pre-test on Wednesday and a real test on Friday. Please use the hands-on spelling guide to give you lots of fun ways to practice them.

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