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Growing Tomorrow's Leaders

Wednesday 3rd February

Good morning Year 1!

 

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

 

Timetable:

 

1. Topic- Memory rhymes 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- In my Heart. Video and questions posted below.

 

3. Maths- Tens and ones.

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- 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jsp4/otis-boogie-beebies-series-1-3-shine-like-the-sun

Join in and boogie with Oti, in this episode we learn how to reach for the sky and shine like the sun.

 

 

6. Spelling test- Video posted below.

 

7. PSHE- Think of a time when someone was kind to you. What happened? What did they do? How did you feel? Draw or write about what happened. Kindness can take many different forms. I would like you to draw an outline of a heart on a piece of paper. Please write down different ideas or ways we can be kind to ourselves or to other people.

 

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!

Topic

Do you know any rhymes that help you to remember things? You might know ore than you think you do! We are having a look at some old and new rhymes that we use to help us remember different things. These are the kinds of rhymes that you will remember even when you are a big grown up! Once we have looked at a couple of examples together, I would like you to choose your favourite rhyme and learn it off by heart. In order to help you remember it, I would like you to add actions to it, just like we do in Talk 4 Writing lessons to help us remember the story. Have fun and we can't wait to see the videos of you reciting your favourite memory rhyme!

Maths

 

In today’s Maths lesson we are looking at tens and ones. By the end of today’s lesson you will be able to use items around your house as manipulatives, such as straws, beads or matchsticks to help you work out the answers. You will recap on prior knowledge and know that numbers are made up of tens and ones and apply this to numbers up to 50. You will also know how to make objects easier to count by grouping them and counting in a line. 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. I have also uploaded the answers so you can self-assess and mark your work. Try your best! I can’t wait to see your work.

Maths.mp4

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Story

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIfLgHBwYx4

Today’s book is called ‘In my Heart’ by Jo Witek and 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 is a feeling?
  2. When do you feel happiest?
  3. What happens to your heart when you’re calm? What does the book say it is like?
  4. What does hopeful mean?
  5. What do you find scary?
  6. How does your heart feel today? Why?
  7. What would you do if your friend had a sad heart?

Spellings

 

Remember to do your practice test, ask your parent to test you. Try your best and do not worry about your score, you have until Friday to improve it.

Spellings Week 5

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