How are you all doing Year 1? I am missing you all and I am missing our classroom 🙁
Being at home is just not the same. That being said, let’s start the day by getting active…
I’ve seen that lots of you have already been joining in with Joe Wicks live PE sessions. If you haven’t yet, today would be the perfect time to give one a try as Thursday is our PE day.
The lesson starts at 9:00AM on the YouTube channel: Joe Wicks The Body Coach.
Just follow the link below to find it.
Each lesson can also be viewed after the live broadcast on his channel.
Let’s have a look at what else in store for today! As before, if there is anything you don’t understand or if you have any questions, please leave a comment and I will help you out.
Please remember to read for at least 15 minutes!
Follow the link to Sumdog and login using your details – https://pages.sumdog.com/
Today, we are going revisit the addition and subtraction you have been working on over the last two days. Make sure you look carefully to check whether each question is an add (+) or a take away (-).
Can you find the missing numbers from these number sentences?
Write these in your purple book. Don’t forget to use your square guide.
Missing number addition:
Missing number subtraction:
Follow this link to Phonics Play and login using
username: march2020 password: home
Click on resources, then choose to play Flashcard Speedtrial!
Mrs Lettherd’s group – choose the Phase 2 & 3 option.
Mrs Snowden’s group – choose the Phase 3 & 5A option.
See if you can beat your score from Monday! Let me know in the comments! 🙂
Of course, feel free to play any of the other games too!
If you didn’t manage to read the poem ‘Cats Sleep Anywhere’ that I posted on the blog on Monday, why not have a look? Today, we are going to be doing a spelling activity based around our kitty friends.
We are going to add the suffix…
… to root words to change them.
For example: clean > cleanest
Have a go at adding ‘est’ to these words in your purple books:
Use the words you have created in your own sentences.
You can use the pictures to help you and also have some fun naming the cats!
For example: Bella is the smallest cat.
Use your line guide.
Use a capital letter at the start and full stop at the end
Use a capital letter for names
Use your neatest handwriting (special cursive letters if you can!)
Use finger spaces
Join some of your ideas with the word ‘and’.
For example: Ziggy is the strongest cat and the tallest cat.
I’d love for you to write some of your sentences on the blog so I can see them.
Have a think about what you found out yesterday when you researched the weather in different places around the world. Which places are hot? Which places are cold?
I would like you to imagine that you are going on two trips.
One trip to Antarctica and one trip to Australia.
What would you need to pack in your suitcase for each trip?
In your purple book, draw and label…
- 4 things you would pack in your suitcase on a trip to Antarctica.
- 4 things you would pack in your suitcase on a trip to Australia.
Here are some ideas to get you started.
Keep working hard Year 1.
Mrs Snowden 🙂