We hope you are all well and coping in this strange and difficult times.
You should all have your log in details for Purple Mash where you can find many curriculum based activities (Phonis, maths computing etc.). We have placed some activities in your child's 2Do list. Click on this activity and when completed do not forget to submit it and give feedback. This will also allow us to respond.
In school we regularly use an app called Phonics Play (login details can be found on main class page) to support our learning. The company, for the duration of these school closures have opened access for all parents supporting their children's learning at home. You can explore phase 3, 4 and 5 phonics activities. Please see the information below for login details.
We have placed a phonics activity in your child's 2Do list in purple mash. This can be accessed through the welearn365.com website.
Please encourage your child to read daily.
2 books have been sent home as well as two comprehension activities in the initial home learning pack.
Please visit https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
A free ebook library can be found on the Oxford Owl website.
Handwriting and Grammar:
Please use the letterjoin app to support your child's handwriting. Capital letter practice sheets were sent home in their initial packs.
Please keep practising the year 1 Common Exception Words that they need to be able to spell correctly in their writing by the end of year 1.
We would like you to encourage your child to write a diary entry about anything you have been doing - their thoughts and ideas. Please focus on using full stops, capital letters and finger spaces.
Another useful web resource that is allowing parental access during school closures is Twinkl. This website provides activities across the curriculum. login details on a main class page.
A few sheets have been sent home in your pack.
Things that you can practice:
All number bonds from 2 to 20
Addition and Subtraction within 20.
Telling the time to the hour and half hour, including drawing hands on a clock
Counting in twos, fives and tens
Fractions: sharing shapes and quantities into halves and quarters.
Naming, describing and recognising 2D shapes: square, triangle, circle and rectangle. 3D shapes: cube, cuboid, triangular prism, pyramid, sphere and cone. For 3D shapes, which flat shapes form each of the faces?
White Rose MathsHome Learning with videos
Topic: Pole to Pole
We have spent this past term learning about the Arctic and Antarctica. The human and physical geographical features as well as polar exploration past and present.
We would like the children to research the effect of global warming on the polar regions and produce a poster about what we can to do prevent this.
To learn more about Scott’s Antarctic Expedition you could visit: