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Tuesday 2nd March

Good morning Year 1!

 

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

 

Timetable:

 

1. Topic - How did the Leopard get its spots? PowerPoint/video posted below. Once you have opened the document, set it to full screen mode and the audio will start automatically. Click through the slides. The PowerPoint and video are exactly the same, choose which format you prefer or you can access.

 

2. Reading- Some Pets. Video and questions posted below.

 

3. Maths- Count in 5s.

PowerPoint/video posted below. Once you have opened the document, set it to full screen mode and the audio will start automatically. 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- https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jzkk/otis-boogie-beebies-series-1-10-jungle

In this episode, Oti teaches us to walk through the jungle and look for animals.

 

6. Spellings- Video posted below.

 

7. Music- Activity posted below. 

 

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!

Maths

 

In today’s lesson we are continuing to count in 5s. By the end of today’s lesson you will be able to use your knowledge of numbers to 50 to count in 5s, you will be able to use pictorials to help you to count in 5s and you will be able to spot and discuss patterns that emerge when counting in 5s. I would like you to watch and join in with the counting in 5s warm up song. I would then like you to have a go at the practice activities on your own. You have a maze activity and some counting in 5s questions. Your main Maths task is uploaded below the Maths PowerPoint in a PDF format. It is a counting in 2s and 5s colouring activity. 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. Try your best! I can’t wait to see your work.

Maths.mp4

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Topic

How the leopard got his spots

For today's topic lesson, we are going to learn about the leopard and how it got its spots. Do you think you know how? Every animal in the world is specially adapted to live in it's special environment, whether its a tail to help it swing through trees, the ability to camouflage or thick fur to keep in warm in the snow. All the animals in Africa have special patterns on their fur to help disguise them, but the poor leopard was left out. Once you have listened to the story and made your zine (if you can't make one, you can just do it on normal paper), try your best to remember all the key events of the story and retell it as best you can with pictures and sentences.

Reading

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOGSedNnjVI

 

Today’s book is called ‘Some Pets’ by Angela DiTerlizzi it is read by The StoryTime Family. See if you can answer these questions with your parent as you go through the video, make sure you pause the video in places to give you a chance to answer. Feel free to answer the questions verbally or write your answers down if you want to.

  1. What do you think this story will be about? Why?
  2. Name a pet that sits, name a pet that stays and name a pet that fetches.
  3. How could you describe a cat?
  4. What does ‘nuzzle’ mean?
  5. Why can pets be someone’s best friend?
  6. On the ‘what’s that pet?’ page, pick your favourite animal. Why is it your favourite?

Music

 

Hello KS1!

Have a watch of the video to see what we’re going to be covering in this week’s music session.

The link to the online boomwhackers is here: https://www.musick8.com/boomwhackers/playboomwhackers.php?bwswitch=true

The link to the whole Peter and the Wolf story is below.

You can keep practising this all week! Whenever you listen to music, find the pulse, listen to the dynamics and pitches, and think about how you feel!

Good luck!

Mr Jenkins

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCBG8W5HMBk&feature=emb_imp_woyt

Spellings Term 4 Week 2

Keep practicing your spellings. You have your practice test tomorrow.
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