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Pm Geography 1.30pm Oddizzi live link check out class story for the link. smiley

Literacy Friday
What questions would you like to ask the scientist this afternoon?
What do you think their answer will be? Either record and upload a video of your questions and predicted answers or record them in sentences.

Thursdays Maths worksheet, don't forget you can still do all this work practically using the activities mentioned in an earlier post.

Maths for Friday
https://vimeo.com/500467998

Maths video link Thursday https://vimeo.com/500467345 Please also use the practical activities shared on earlier posts to aid and develop your child's Mathematical thinking.

Phonics Thursday; Introduced during Teams if you can make it, invites will go out shortly. Link for independent use: Introducing the code /ow/ as in owl.
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/28381.html
/ow/ as in owl

Literacy Penguin facts continued Thursday
https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/fascinating-facts/emperor-penguins
Can you record a fact you found the most interesting perhaps in the form of a 'did you know...' sentence?

Thursday pm,
Links to images on Antarctica
https://www.oddizzi.com/teachers/explore-the-world/places/antarctica/
Link to Maths: Using a tape measure or you as a guide can you find things the same height as an emperor penguin or you look in the house and out and about around Cockermouth. Send in photos of what you found.
Enjoy!

Thursday Art

Just for fun...
Art: Can you draw an Emperor penguin? The link below will walk you through the process. I look forward to seeing your creations!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1APW_4J8dw

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We have already celebrated and learnt about a religious Hindu festival; the festival of light. Q. Can anyone remember what it was called? ‘Diwali’ There is another Festival which will be celebrated soon during the month of March it signifies that change from winter into spring it is celebrated by Hindus throughout the world but especially in India during the festival of Holi. To celebrate the crops which have grown in the winter. Share/Watch https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zh86n39/articles/z4qqy9q

This is also a link to see Holi celebration in action:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEw2YFCJmdg

Literacy: Listen to the book The Emperors egg using the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQHaPPNr6zc then complete the penguin factsheet attached. There is a penguin power point attached for further information..

Phonics for Wednesday complete the 'ur' sheet the children. The children read through the words containing the /ur/ code, tick if they can read them independently and circle if they're not sure. I usually, go over the words with them afterwards. Then have ago at the handwriting joins. As you turn over the page please record some words containing the /ur/ code. Have ago at reading the sentences and draw an accompanying picture in the space at the bottom of the page. There are instructions on the sheet to accompany each section. 

If your child is finished this sheet fairly quickly, they can then select an /or/ word and record it into a sentence independently.  

Phonics complete /ur/ sheet attached

Maths Wednesday video link and worksheet https://vimeo.com/500466597

Handwriting /ur/ code for Tuesday

RE BBC clip to introduce Hinduism to be used alongside the power point. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02n5xj7

RE Introduce Hinduism using the BBC link and the power point attached and select the God you found most interesting to draw an image of or choose an attached sheet to colour-in.

Literacy Tuesday; share the image attached and talk about what you would expect to see in Antarctica? Also use the images attched to help. What would a penguins view be? Can you use any medium to draw the scene? Record on a piece of paper or use the drawing board on Class Dojo portfolio.

Phonics Tuesday,

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/28377.html
Phonics teaching on Tuesday is introducing the /ur/ grapheme /ur/ as in purse. I will introduce this on Teams and will set up the meeting very soon for tomorrow morning. If you're able to join us great- if not please don't panic the link to the interactive resource is below and your child is an expert on how this functions.

To Access the site: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
See Class Dojo for username and password.

Once you're on the site click on Floppy's phonics, Click Reception/primary One, then Level 3 book 15; then go to page 5-6. Your child will be able to work through the interactive page independently- they can also practice hand writing the /ur/ digraph.

Or...

simply click on the direct link below: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/28377.html



I have added a handwriting sheet onto this page and I will add it to portfolio and our class webpage. If your unable to print off or access interactively - don't worry finger writing in sugar/flour/shaving foam etc. is just as effective and also fun!


The children will complete the phonics sheet for this code on Wednesday.

Maths for Tuesday

https://vimeo.com/500465193

Watch the video and take part in practical activities to support todays learning:

Whilst out for a walk look out for teen numbers on peoples door - can you state how many groups of ten and how many ones the number is made up of. 

Play hopscotch using teen numbers instead of the numbers 1-10.

Play quick write can your child record the teen number you say and state how many tens and how many ones it has. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymgBTpNKHS0

 

Dinosaur fitness camp Monday pm

Dinosaur workout activity session Monday pm

Mondays Literacy

Read dinosaur jokes and funny rhymes. Match joke questions with answers. Practise reading their favourite joke aloud to a partner or group using their face and voice to make it extra funny! Try reciting by heart.

http://www.abbageebz.com/abba-stuff/best-dinosaur-jokes-for-kids-ever/

https://www.ducksters.com/jokes/dinosaurs.php

Phonics for Monday is to complete the 'or' sheet the children brought home on Thursday. I will attach a copy on this link too. The children read through the words containing the /or/ code, tick if they can read them independently and circle if they're not sure. I usually, go over the words with them afterwards. Then have ago at the handwriting joins. As you turn over the page please record some words containing the /or/ code. Have ago at reading the sentences and draw an accompanying picture in the space at the bottom of the page. There are instructions on the sheet to accompany each section. 

If your child is finished this sheet fairly quickly, they can then select an /or/ word and record it into a sentence independently.  

Maths for Monday

Please find attached a video link and a copy of the worksheet is attached. Your child also came home with a paper copy of the worksheet today. They are great at using the number lines and tens frames on the sheet. Counting objects are also great as a practical resource (e.g. sweets/stones/crayons) whatever you have at hand.
https://vimeo.com/497919984

This is work the children have already covered in class - so not new to them.

I have added a fun Dinosaur discussion to Dojo Portfolios if you'd like to take part and the children came home with Red Nose Day activities to complete. Have fun! 

Please spend some time listening to you child read, I have added extra books to their book bags today. We would also spend time at school on Teach your monster, so if you need log in reminders just send me a message and I can send them out. Many Thanks
You can also access more Ebooks on the Oxford owl website.

Literacy Friday

Literacy Friday
Share the Dino video with your child which will be added shortly. Then try and describe the dinosaur there is a writing frame available or record on a piece of paper.

The children have been learning about adverbs which describes how the dinosaur moves; stomping, slowly. Adjectives to describe what they look like; fierce, sharp teeth and claws and similes; As tall as a giraffe, as sharp as a knife...

Maths for Friday

Please find attached a video link and a copy of the worksheet is attached. Your child also came home with a paper copy of the worksheet today. (it has cakes on) They are great at using the number lines and tens frames on the sheet. Counting objects are also great as a practical resource (e.g. sweets/stones/crayons) whatever you have at hand.

https://vimeo.com/497919464

This is work the children have already covered in class - so not new to them.

Lesson One Friday,
Phonics teaching tomorrow is introducing the /or/ grapheme /or/ as in fork. I will introduce this on Teams and will set up the meeting very soon for tomorrow morning. If you're able to join us great- if not please don't panic the link to the interactive resource is below and your child is an expert on how this functions.

To Access the site: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
See class DOJO for username and password.

Once you're on the site click on Floppy's phonics, Click Reception/primary One, then Level 3 book 15; then go to page 3-4. Your child will be able to work through the interactive page independently- they can also practice hand writing the /or/ diagraph.

Or...

simply click on the direct link below:

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/28377.html

I have added a handwriting sheet onto this page and I will add it to portfolio and our class webpage. If your unable to print off or access interactively - don't worry finger writing in sugar/flour/shaving foam etc. is just as effective and also fun!


The children also have an /or/ sheet in their book bag which we will complete on Monday.

We will be learning about Antarctica in Literacy as the children have expressed an interest in this continent from learning the 7 continents song. We will be learning about the habitat and what animals we would expect to see there. We will be learning about the land mass and the icebergs.

Here is a fun link below to discover about icebergs- you can even draw your own and see how much of it would be seen above the water and how much would be below:

https://joshdata.me/iceberger.html

We will of course be looking at comparisons to the Arctic. WWF are doing a Walrus count from space, all you need to take part, is a willing grown up to oversee the counting and computer time. I thought it would be a wonderful way to develop the skill of 1:1 counting and number recording through a real life situation. If you'd like to sign up please use the link below:
https://www.wwf.org.uk/learn/walrus-from-space

As part of our 'Bright Lights, Big City' topic the children were all invited to a tea party with the Queen. This was a traditional afternoon cream tea, with fresh scones, jam, cream . Whilst the children were disappointed the Queen was unable to attend herself, they had a wonderful time.  The class had dressed up in their best clothes in honour of the occasion.

We enjoyed the library van visit, we each chose a book and brought it back to class to read.

We made some famous London landmarks out of Lego.

In Geography we learnt how to use an Atlas to find and label the different countries in the UK

We learnt about the Great Fire of London and that it started in a bakery. We learnt how bread is made by following instructions and then wrote a set of instructions for others to follow. The bread was delicious!

We learnt all about the Hindu Festival of Light, We made diva candles and rangoli patterns.

This term the topic for the children in Year 1 at All Saints’ Primary School is “Bright Lights, Big City” and they are having great fun learning all about our own capital city – London – with its history, transport and famous landmarks and people!

In PE we have been using our bodies core muscles to make an arc shape and a dish shape.

In History we have been following the events of 'The Great Fire of London'. We worked out which artefacts were useful to give us information.

We enjoyed some bread, kindly donated from Coffee Kitchen.

In Geography we have been looking for famous London land marks. We used the key to help us identify them.

We have been building towers using 3D shapes and testing which shapes will roll and stack.

We have been learning about shapes and their properties in Maths

Year One Class Info

Traction Man has been busy learning phonics around Cockermouth. Can you use your phonics, say the sound, read the words. Are they real words or nonsense words?

Someone from Year One has been investigating plants around Cockermouth. Can you guess who it is?

Seven Continents Song

A song to help kids learn the 7 continents in order from largest to smallest. Subscribe! ➜ https://www.youtube.com/c/hopscotchsongs?sub_confirmation=1 NEW RE...

 

 

Year One Home Schooling Celebration 2020-2021

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