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Thursday 26th November

AM

 

Good morning Year 1. I hope you are all feeling okay and are still enjoying our online learning. Following on from our Phonics Zoom lesson today, I have attached your challenges below:

 

Task 1: Have a look at the worksheet below. Have a go at reading all the words containing the ‘aw’ diagraph. Once you have done that, choose three of the words to write down and draw a little picture to match them. Feel free to write the three words sentences too.

 

Task 2: Look at the two worksheets below, under the label of task 2.  Practise spelling these ‘aw’ words by adding the missing diagraph into them. Once you have completed all the words, can you read them all out loud to your grown-ups?

 

Task 3: Click on the link below, which will direct you to the Phonics Play website. Here you will be able to play on a super game called ‘Dragon’s Den’ some of you may remember playing this game in class. You need to read the words on the eggs and either feed them to the green dragon (real words) or the red dragon (fake words). Can you get 10/10?

 

Dragons Den (phonicsplay.co.uk) 

 

I hope you enjoy completing these Phonic challenges and I will see you all at 13.00.

 

Mrs Green heart

Task 1-

Task 2-

Today's Art challenge- Wednesday 25th November

Wednesday 25th November

PM

 

For your Art challenge this afternoon, I would like you to draw an Arctic picture. Before you start your picture, I would like you to watch this story on YouTube. It is a video called, ‘Arctic Animal’s: Who’s that?’. Click on the link just below:

 

Arctic Animals (Who's That?) by Tad Carpenter | Children's Books | Bedtime Stories | Books for Kids - YouTube 

 

This video will show you some animals, that you may find in the Arctic. You can also look at the background of the pages for ideas for your scene. Now you have watched the video, have a think about what you may see in the Arctic. Some parts of your picture may be difficult to draw, but I think you can give it a go.

 

As you can see above, I have also put some pictures of Arctic scenes, which you could take some inspiration from. Have fun completing your artwork and I cannot wait to see some of them.

 

Good luck with your afternoon challenge Year One,

Mrs Green heart

Wednesday 25th November

PM

 

Good afternoon Year 1. Following on from our Maths Zoom lesson, I have attached your challenges below:

 

Task 1: Have a look at the worksheet below. I would like you to use the number line at the top of the page, to help you to work out one more and one less than the given number.

 

For example:  If 14 is our chosen number…13 is one less than 14 and 15 is one more than 14.

 

Don’t worry, you don’t need to print the worksheet out, you could just write the numbers next to each other with arrows showing one more and one less.

 

Task 2: Click on the link below which will direct you to a YouTube video, which will help with finding one more and one less, (especially for the children that were not able to join in the Zoom lesson).

 

 One More One Less 1 - 100 - Counting Maths Game for Kids - YouTube  

 

Task 3: Click on the link below, which will direct you to the Top Marks website. Here you will be able to play on a super game called ‘chopper squad’ some of you may remember playing this game in class. You can choose how hard you make the game by selecting how high you want the numbers to go. Please make sure that you click on one more/less and not ten more/less. 

 

Chopper Squad More or Less - Mental Maths Game - 5 to 7 Year Olds (topmarks.co.uk)    

 

Well done for joining in the Zoom lessons today and I hope that you enjoy completing your one more/one less challenges this afternoon. See you tomorrow morning at 09.30 for Phonics.

 

Mrs Green heart

Wednesday 25th November

AM

 

Good morning Year 1. Following on from our Phonics Zoom lesson this today, below are the tasks that I would like you to complete:

 

Task 1- Click on the link below titled ‘Abi’s phonics’. This will direct you to a You Tube video, which you can watch. It will reinforce the sound that we have been practising this morning.

 

Phonics: OR Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube 

 

Task 2- Have a go at reading all the ‘or’ words in the pink box below (labelled task 2). Then have a go at writing them all down. Can you do this without looking? Once you have read all the words, choose 3 to write in a sentence. As always, you can do more sentences if you wish.

 

Task 3- Click on the link below titled, ‘Phonics Bloom’.

 

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/uk/game/alien-escape?phase=3 

 

Here, you will be redirected to a game called, ‘Alien Escape’. Can you help the alien escape by ordering the letters to create a word? There will be a picture there to help you too.

 

Have fun completing your ‘or’ challenges as well as playing on the Phonics Bloom Phase 3 game. See you all at 13.00 for our next Zoom lesson.

 

Mrs Green heart

Task 2

Today's Topic Challenge- Tuesday 24th November

 

Tuesday 24th November

PM

 

For your Topic challenge this afternoon, I would like you to listen to the story, ‘The Emperor’s Egg’ by Martin Jenkins. You need to make sure you are listening very carefully to all the information that it tells you about the penguins. You can listen to the story in one of two ways. You can either go onto the school’s videos section of the website, where I have uploaded a video of myself reading it or you can click on the link below, which will direct you to a YouTube video.

 

The Emperor's Egg by Martin Jenkins, read aloud - ReadingLibraryBooks - Bing video 

 

Once you have listened to the story, I would like you to create a picture of an emperor penguin. Then around the outside, I would like you to write 3 or more facts about it. You will be able to remember some facts from the story. If you can’t remember enough facts, watch the video again.

Good luck with your afternoon Topic challenge Year One,

 

Mrs Green heart

Tuesday 24th November

PM

 

Good afternoon Year 1. Following on from our Zoom Maths lesson this afternoon, I have attached your challenges below:

 

Task 1: Have a look at the tens and ones worksheet below. Can you complete the missing answers? If you get a little stuck, have a look at the PowerPoint that I have attached too. This may help you.

 

Task 2: Watch the video below to see how to draw tens and ones. (If the video doesn’t upload, then you will need to remember the final game we played during our lessons, to help you) Then choose any number between 10 and 50. Can you draw the tens and ones to match? Repeat several times, using different numbers.

 

Task 3: Click on the link below, which will direct you to the BBC Bitesize website. Here you need to watch the video about counting in 10s and 1s. Once it has finished, complete the activities which follow underneath the video, on the website.

 

How to count with tens and ones - BBC Bitesize.

 

Well done for joining in the Zoom lessons today and have fun completing your challenges this afternoon. See you tomorrow morning at 09.30 for Phonics.

 

Mrs Green heart

Task 1

PowerPoint to support Task 1 :)

Task 2- How to make tens and ones

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Tuesday 24th November

AM

 

Good morning Year 1. Following on from our Zoom lesson, below are the tasks that I would like you to complete:

 

Task 1- Read the ‘ir’ words in the photograph below (purple border). Then choose 3 of the words to write in sentence and draw a picture to match each sentence.  As always, you can do more than three sentences if you want to.

 

Task 2- Real or fake challenge? Read the words in the white boxes (below) and then decide if the words are real or fake. You could do this verbally, colour them in by colour coding them (e.g. all the real words- green and all the fake words -red) or you could sort the words into a table, under the headings real or fake words.

 

Task 3- For this challenge, I would like you to go on a hunt around your house for words that contain the 'ir' sound. Can you find a girl, skirt or even a bird in your garden? You can discuss these verbally with your grown up or even better, you could label them and send me some photographs. 

 

Enjoy completing these challenges. See you all at 13.00 for our next Zoom lesson.

Mrs Green heart

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3- 'ir' hunting. Let's see what 'ir' objects we found...

Monday 23rd November- Topic Challenge

Click on the PowerPoint above and read the information about the Inuit people. These are groups of people that live in the Arctic. Have a look at the pictures and with a grown-ups help, read through/discuss the information. Once you have finished, have a look at the final page and that will explain today's Topic challenge. 

 

I want you to talk about the similarities and differences between the way the the Inuit people live to the way that we do. What things are the same and what things are different?

 

You can either discuss these verbally or have a go at writing some down. I hope you enjoy learning a little bit about the Inuit people. We will learn some more information about them, once we are back at school.

 

Have fun completing this challenge, 

 

Mrs Green heart

Monday 23rd November

PM

 

Good afternoon Year 1. Following on from our Zoom Maths lesson this afternoon, I have attached your challenges below.

 

Task 1- See the worksheet/photograph posted below. Can you complete all the sections? You need to Count and write numbers to 20 in numerals and words. Write your answers down on a piece of paper or complete it verbally.

 

Task 2- Below is a PowerPoint named, ‘Reading Writing and Numbers worksheets (x2)’. Here, there are a choice of two tasks to complete. Both of which involve reading and writing numbers in numeral from or in words. I have added a few larger numbers to these tasks, for all of you who love a challenge. 😊

 

Task 3- Have a go at playing these online games. I will post the links below, all you will need to do is click on them, like you did with the phonics game this morning:

 

Learning to Count up to 15 with Teddy Numbers Interactive Maths Game (topmarks.co.uk)

 

Caterpillar Ordering - An Ordering and Sequencing Game (topmarks.co.uk)

 

Coconut Ordering- An Ordering and Sequencing Game (topmarks.co.uk)

 

Well done for joining in the Zoom lessons today and have fun completing your tasks this afternoon. I can’t wait to see you all back at school, next Monday. Until then, I will look forward to our next Zoom session tomorrow morning at 09.30.

 

See you then,

Mrs Green heart

Task 1- Maths (Monday 23rd November)

Monday 23rd November 

AM

 

Good morning Year 1, I hope that you are all okay and have enjoyed your weekend. Following on from our Phonics lesson this morning, below are the tasks that I would like you to complete...

 

Task 1: Look at the photograph of the Phase 4 tricky words below. Firstly, have a go at reading them. Remember, you can’t sound them out, so it may be tricky. Then you can either practise writing them down or choose 3 of them to write in sentences.

 

Task 2: Click on the link below labelled Phonics Bloom. This will direct you to a website where you can play a game called Tricky Trucks. You need to read the word on the trucks. If you get the word right, click on the tick. If you get the word wrong, click on the cross. 

 

Task 3: Have a go at one or both of the reading comprehensions below. One is called Jack's beetle and the other is Ben's frog. You need to read the text and answer the questions. You could do this verbally or write them down onto a piece of paper.

 

I hope you enjoy these challenges, see you all at 13.00 for our daily Maths Zoom lesson.

 

Mrs Green heart

Monday 23rd November- Phonics PowerPoint

Today's Science challenge- Friday 20th November

Science challenge

PM

 

In our Science lessons, we have started to look at different materials. Particularly, in relation to the materials that polar adventurers would wear, to keep warm in Antarctica.

 

For this afternoon’s task, I would like you to find some different materials around your house. See if you can find the ones that I have listed below:

 

wood       metal        plastic         fabric         glass (be careful)        paper 

 

You may also be able to find some other materials too.

 

Once you have found the materials, you could write down some of their properties (what they feel like).

 

For example, The wood that I found is solid, hard and smooth.

 

I hope you enjoy this activity. Have fun!

 

Mrs Green heart

Friday 20th November

PM

Good afternoon Year 1. Following on from our Zoom Maths lesson this afternoon, I have attached your challenges below.

1. I would like you to complete the 2D shapes worksheet. You need to label the shape. The state how many vertices (corners) it has and how many sides.

 

For example,

Number 1- Is a square. It has 4 vertices. It has 4 sides.

 

2. For your second task today, I would like you to draw a 2D shape picture. You need to use shapes that we discussed during our Zoom lesson to create a picture. You could make a silly face, like the one below or a house. Once you have finished your picture, you can colour it in. Then, I would like you to label the shapes that you have used, and you could even tell me how many of the shapes you have used.

In my shape picture (below), I have used…4 rectangles, 1 triangle, 1 pentagon and 1 circle.

 

3. Your final task of the day is to listen to a story, which I have recorded for you. You can find this by going onto the school website, children’s information then school videos. Scroll down to Year 1 and I have uploaded a video of me reading a story. The story is called Leaf by Sandra Dieckmann. It is a lovely story; I hope you enjoy it!

THE VIDEO HAS FINALLY UPLOADED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE. laugh

 

Thank you for all your hard work over the last few days Year 1, you have done a fantastic job. I am very proud of you all and can’t wait to see you properly soon. Happy Birthday to Connor for over the weekend too.

 

See you all on Monday morning at 09.30 for our next phonics lesson. Have a lovely weekend everyone.

 

Mrs Green heart

2D shapes worksheet

Mrs Green's 2D shape picture

Friday 20th November 2020

AM

 

Good morning Year 1 smiley

 

For today's morning learning I would like you to complete two tasks. Below, I have attached the PowerPoint from today's phonics lesson, as well as the worksheet and I have also added a video of me showing you how to complete task one. 

 

1. Write the 'ey' words down from the worksheet. Once you have done this, I would like you to add the sound buttons. Remember, for single letter sounds you add a bean and for the diagraphs/graphemes you need to add a sausage.

 

2. I would like you to choose 3 of the 'ey' words and write them each in a different sentence. As always, you can do more.

 

Have fun!

Mrs Green heart

Friday 20th November- Phonics

Task 1- Adding the sound buttons worksheet

Task 1- Adding sound buttons 'ey'

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Thursday 19th November- Today's Topic challenge

For today's topic challenge, I would like you to imagine that at you are one of those people stood on the ice, in the photograph above. 

 

I want you to think about how you would be feeling being in the Arctic. Are you nervous, excited or terrified?

 

Then I want you to write a list of at least 5 feelings that you have (Remember a list is where we write one word under the other). You could then choose some of the feeling words and write them in a sentence giving me more detail, by explaining why you feel that way.

 

 For example,

I am feeling worried because it looks like the ice may melt at any moment.

 

Good luck Year 1, I will look forward to seeing what you have done tomorrow.

 

Mrs Green heart

 

 

Thursday 19th November

PM

 

Good afternoon Year 1, following on from our Zoom call this afternoon. I have attached the PowerPoint for you to revisit if you want to have another look below. Also, listed are the activities that I would like you to complete this afternoon:

 

1. Have a go at the 3D shapes labelling worksheet below. You could write the numbers down to match the shapes and then write/complete the sentences with the correct shape name. Some of you maybe able to print the worksheet off too.

 

2. Go onto YouTube and watch the 3D shapes song by Jack Hartmann. Feel free to sing and dance along. I know how much you all love doing his songs during our school lessons. smileyHere is the you tube link below:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPZegz690Mg 

 

3. I would like you to go on a 3D shape hunt around your house. See if you can find all the 3D shapes that we looked at during our Zoom lesson. For example, for a cylinder you could get a toilet roll. You could then label them too. I would love to see some photos of the 3D shapes that you have managed to find around your house, so send them to me at lauren.unwin@salford.gov.uk.

 

4. Make sure you tidy up all the 3D shapes you have found. We don't want to make your houses messy or your grown ups cross!

 

Enjoy these maths activities,

Mrs Green heart

 

Maths- 3D Shapes Powerpoint

3D shapes labelling worksheet

Ruby's maths work. Well done Ruby, you found lots of 3D shapes around your house and you completed the worksheet too.

Luke on his shape hunt. Thank you for sending in these amazing photographs :)

Thursday 19th November 

AM

 

Thank you to everyone who joined our Zoom lesson this morning. These are the challenges that I would like you to complete, following on from our lesson:

 

1. Have a go at writing words containing the 'oy' grapheme. Examples of these can be found on one of the last pages of the PowerPoint below or you could find some on google by searching (Phase5 oy words).

 

2. Once you have finished writing some words, I would like you to have a go at writing 3 sentences. Each sentence needs to contain one of the 'oy' words. (Some of you may want to write a few more sentences, which is fine too).

 

3. Your final task of the morning, is to go on Phonics Play. You can either play on Buried Treasure or Dragon's Den. You need to click on Phase 5 until you reach the the page with all the graphemes on. You need then click on the 'oy' grapheme. A step by step guide of how to do can be found on the last few pages of the PowerPoint below.

 

I will look forward to seeing/hearing some of the sentences. 

Mrs Green heart

Thursday 19th November 2020- Phonics PowerPoint

Jacob's sentences. Well done, you did them so quickly. What a superstar you are!

Alfie's work. Amazing sentences Alfie. I definitely agree with the last one! :)

Jenson's phonics work. Brilliant sentences Jenson!

Noah's words and sentences. WOW Noah! You have worked so hard on these. Super!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online Line learning from Lockdown 1

 

Friday 17th July 2020

Good morning Year 1. 

Well the day is finally here, our last day in Year 1.

It has been a very unusual year but I think we have all coped brilliantly.

I have loved being your teacher and it has been so nice to see most of you back in school over the last couple of months. 

Have a wonderful summer holiday, be good, stay safe and I will see you all at some point around school in September.

Good luck in Year 2, I know you will love it! 

Love from Miss Hulme xxx

 

 

Here is your final EMA

Today is Friday, so it is your final spelling test of the year. Here is your spelling list, ask a grown up to test you for the last time. Good luck!

Here is your final activity.

 

It's Fun Time Friday.

Click on the link below to listen to the song.

https://youtu.be/I4pJiHOlAgE

 

Now have a go at these activities.

 

Here is one last activity for you to do.

 

And last but not least, here is your final EAA.

Now here are the answers.

Thursday 16th July 2020

Good morning Year 1

Here is your EMA

 

Here is your activity for today.

 

Here is your EAA

Wednesday 15th July 2020

Good morning Year 1

Remember to log onto the Virtual St. Peter's has Talent page to vote for your favourite act.

Here is your EMA

Here is your activity for today.

 

Here is your EAA

Tuesday 14th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

I hope you all remembered to email your entries for St.Peter's got talent to Miss Richardson. I am looking forward to seeing them.

Here is your EMA for today.

Here is your activity for today.

In the story, Milton made a Courage Jar. Follow these instructions and have a go at making one like Milton did. It doesn’t have to be a jar, it could be a bottle or a box or some other container that you have at home.

Here is an activity to help you to learn your spellings this week. I will give you the answers after your EAA.

Here is your EAA

You can draw a number line to help you to work out the answers.

Here are the answers for your spelling activity.

Monday 13th July 2020

Good morning Year 1.

Are you ready for your last week in Year 1?

Here is your EMA

Here are your spellings for this week.

 

Remember to ask your grown up to test you on Friday.

 

This week's spellings have words with 'wh' and words with 'ph' in them. The 'wh' makes a 'w' sound and the 'ph' makes a 'f' sound.

 

These are your last spellings before the summer holidays. Let's see if you can all get 10/10 laughyes

Here is your activity for today.

First of all I would like you to read this story called 'The Making of Milton.'

It is about a little boy called Milton who manages to overcome his fears.

Read the story and then discuss each of the questions with one of your grownups.

 

Now have a go at answering these questions with your grown up.

I will give you the answers after your EAA today.

 

 

 

 

Here is your EAA

You can draw number lines like this to help you with your working out.

Here are the answers to your main activity today.

Friday 10th July 2020

Good morning Year 1

Here is your EMA

Read the text and then answer the questions in your book.

 

Remember to ask a grown up to test you on your spellings today.

Here is your activity for today.

 

It’s Fun Time Friday again.

Today I have found a song about tadpoles.

 

 

 

Click on the link below to hear the song. Have a go at singing along.

https://youtu.be/hEf6-Rf5Z6A

 

Once you have listened to the song a few times, have a go at these activities.

Here is your EAA

Thursday 9th July 2020

Good morning Year 1

Here is your EMA

This is a list of common exception words. These are words that don’t follow a particular spelling pattern but you still need to be able to spell them correctly. Have a look at the words in the list and then have a go at writing them all down. Look at each word one at a time and then have a go at writing it. If you spell it correctly move on to the next word. If you spell it incorrectly, keep trying until you get it right, then you can move on to the next word.

Here is your activity for today

 

Today we are going to be artists.

Watch this video clip of an artist drawing simple mini beasts.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awa2-PZWUgc

 

Now watch it again and pause it after each shape that the artist draws and try to copy exactly what he is drawing bit by bit. Can you guess what each of the mini beasts are?

Once you have drawn them you could add more detail to them.

Now have a look at these step by step instructions on how to draw some of the characters from our story, ‘The Cautious Caterpillar.’ Have a go at drawing each of the characters.

 

Here is your EAA

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Good morning Year 1.

Here is your EMA.

 

Here is your activity for today.

 

Have a go at this activity to help you with this week's spellings.

I will give you the answers after today's EAA.

 

Here is today's EAA.

 

Here are the answers to today's spelling activity.

 

Remember to keep learning your spellings and ask a grown up to test you on Friday.

 

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Good morning Year 1.

Here is your EMA.

Here is your activity for today.

Have a look at these mini beasts. Choose one to write a detailed description of. Use the words in the box to help you. Remember to start your sentences with capital letters and to end them with full stops. Remember your finger spaces. Form your letters carefully to make your writing as neat as possible.

 

If you want to you can choose more than one mini beast to write about.

Here is your EAA.

Monday 6th July 2020

Good morning Year 1

I hope you had a great weekend.

Have a look in the school videos section for three more fun minibeast stories.

 

Hi from Miss Hulme

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As it's Monday, here is your new spelling list.

This week’s spellings -ear

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Here is your EMA

Here is your activity for today.

This week we are still going to be doing some work about the Cautious Caterpillar.

Read the story again to remind yourself.

Remember to start the story on page 1.

 

Now have a go at filling in these thought bubbles and speech bubbles. The thought bubbles have a wavy line around them and the speech bubbles have a straight line around them.

Think about what the characters would be thinking at the various points in the story and write it in one of the thought bubbles.

Then think about what the characters would be saying to each other at different parts of the story and write it in the speech bubbles.

You can draw your own bubbles and then write inside them.

Tips to help you with your EAA

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Here is your EAA

Friday 3rd July 2020

Good morning year 1.

Here are all your activities for today. I hope you enjoy doing them. Have a lovely weekend and I will be back with more work on Monday.

Today is Friday so remember to ask one of your grown ups to test you on your spellings. Here is your list again.

Here is your EMA

Today is Fun Time Friday, we haven’t had a song for a few weeks but this week I have found a perfect one that fits in really well with our theme of minibeasts.

If I Were A Minibeast

Let your imagination take you to the life of a minibeast! This is a happy celebration of all the colour, pattern, habitat and variety that they represent. If I were a minibeast, I wonder what I'd choose to be?

Click on the link below to listen to the song and have a go at joining in.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eajwaH0_2c

Once you have listened to the song a few times and had a go at singing it. Have a go at these activities.

Here is your EAA

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Good morning Year 1. I hope you are enjoying your work this week about The Cautious Caterpillar?

Here is your EMA for today.

Write the answers in your exercise book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is your main activity for today.

 

Have a look at this picture from the story. Today I would like you to write a detailed description of the scene. What can you see, what do you think you would be able to hear? How would you feel if you were Cody the caterpillar sitting on the leaf looking out at this beautiful view?

Remember to use adjectives to describe your nouns. Remember your finger spaces full stops and capital letters and to form your letters correctly.

Here is another activity to help you to learn your spellings ready for the test on Friday. I will give you the answers with your EAA.

 

Here is your EAA

The second set of questions from this morning.

Here are the answers to your spelling activity from this morning.

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Good morning Year 1

I hope you are having a good week. We have been busy in school. We are hoping the sunshine comes back soon.

Here is your EMA

This morning I am going to give you some questions for you to work out based on the theme of our story this week - The Cautious Caterpillar.

Have a go at working out the answers. This afternoon I will give you the next set of questions for your EAA.

 

Here is your activity for today.

Here is the story for you to read again. Read the story and then have a go at answering the questions.

Here is your EAA

Here is the next set of maths questions which follow on from this morning. Have a go at answering them and then have a look at the answers to see if you got them right.

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

It was so lovely to have so many of you back at school yesterday.

For the rest of you, here is your EMA.

Here is your activity for today

Today I would like you to think about Cody the caterpillar. What was she like at the beginning of the story? How did she feel about the things that were going to happen to her? Use the words at the bottom to help you. Write a character description about Cody at the beginning of the story.

Now do the same for Cody at the end of the story. Her thoughts and feelings changed by the end of the story. Describe her character and what she was thinking and feeling at the end of the story.

Here is a spelling activity for you to do today.

Here is your EAA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 29th June 2020

 

Hi from Miss Hulme

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Good morning Year 1.

I hope you have had a lovely weekend and didn't get too wet. surprise

I have put two more stories on the school videos page so make sure you click on them to have a look. They are based on our mini beast theme and I'm sure you will enjoy them. laughyes

 

Here is your EMA for today.

Before you have a go at answering the questions, make sure you watch the tips video below because it will help you to work out the answers.

 

 

Tips for your EMA

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Today is Monday so here is your new spelling list. Watch the video below that will give you some useful tips and help you to learn them ready for your test on Friday.

Remember to keep doing your Look, Cover, Write Check to help you to learn them too.

Tips for this weeks spellings or and ore

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Here is your activity for today.

This week we are sticking with the mini beast theme for our activities.

This week we have a new story to read called The Cautious caterpillar. Read the story first.

 

Now you have read the story, have a go at answering these questions, you can talk about he answers with a grown up first before you write them in your book. You can pause each slide to give you time to read and answer each question. Remember to start at question 1.

 

Here are the answers to your EMA

Here are the answers for today's activity.

Here is your EAA

Friday 26th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

I hope you enjoyed the lovely sunny weather yesterday. We were very hot in school.

Happy Friday, I hope you have been working hard on your activities this week. I am so excited that so many of you are coming back to school on Monday. It will be great to see you all again. laughheart

For those of you that are not coming back to school before the Summer holidays, I will still be putting all your work on the website on this class page so that you can still work hard and there are lots of activities in your work packs too!

I will be putting another story in the school videos section this weekend, so make sure you look out for it! laughyes

 

Here is your EMA for today.

Remember that today is Spelling Test day. Have another practise of your spellings before you ask a grown up to test you. Good Luck! yes

Here is your activity for today.

At the end of the story the caterpillar turned into a beautiful butterfly. Yesterday I asked you to design your own beautiful symmetrical butterfly.

 

Today I would like you to write a new adventure for your butterfly.

When you are doing your writing, remember to start with a capital letter, remember your finger spaces and to form your letters correctly to make your writing as neat as possible.  

Use your phonics sounds to help you to spell words correctly.

Here is your EAA

Have a look at these phase 3 and phase 5 phonics mats.

Say each sound on the mat.

 

Have a go at writing all the phonics sounds on both of the mats.

 

Have a look at the sound and then write it down, check it, if you got it right move on to the next one, if you found it tricky, have another go.

 

Now take each sound one at a time and write a list of as many words as you can that have that sound in them.

How many words can you think of?

 

Now try to put some of your words in sentences.

 

Thursday 25th June 2020

Good morning Year 1. I hope you enjoyed the sunshine yesterday, it was very hot wasn't it. It looks like it is going to be another hot and sticky day again today.

Here is your EMA

Here are two more spelling activities that will help you to learn your spellings ready for your test by your grown up tomorrow.

First, can you place all this weeks spellings in alphabetical order? Use the alphabet below to help you.

Here are your activities for today.

We are still doing activities based on the story 'Caterpillar Shoes'

Click on the link below to see the story again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYa6OLQHrEc&index=36&list=PLQcXqHozyJEps13FCbQmR5YTTGlOClFGF

At the end of the story, the caterpillar turns into a butterfly.

Today I would like you to design your own butterfly.

Remember butterflies are symmetrical which means they are the same on both sides.

I would love to see pictures of your butterflies so don’t forget to email them to me so that I can add them to our class page for everyone to see.

 

 

Did you notice the fly in the story?

He kept popping up now and again.

If you didn’t notice him, have another look at the story.

click on the link blow to see the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYa6OLQHrEc&index=36&list=PLQcXqHozyJEps13FCbQmR5YTTGlOClFGF

The fly was very unfortunate.

Have a look at and complete the activity below.

Use the vocabulary list to help you.

Here is your EAA

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Good morning Year 1

You should have now all received your new home learning packs. With the work I post on here every day and the work in your pack, there is plenty to keep you busy.

Here is your EMA

I hope you are remembering to learn your spellings ready for your grown up to test you on Friday.

Here is an activity that will help you to practise them.

Here is your activity for today.

 

Today I would like you to design a pair of new shoes.

 

Think carefully about these things:

 

  • What is the purpose of your new shoes, what will you be using them for, when will you be wearing them? Are they for sports, for running, for a party, for comfort?
  • What will your shoes be made out of? Will they be shiny, fluffy, stretchy, wooden, waterproof?
  • What will your new shoes look like? What colour will they be, will they be more than one colour? What style will they be?
  • Who are you designing your new shoes for? Are they for you, or are they for one of the creatures in the story or maybe another mini beast or animal?

 

Once you have thought about these questions and decided, I would like you to draw a picture of your new shoes and label them to say what they are made of and explain all the different parts.

 

Now write a description about your new shoes. You could even write a story about them.

 

Here is your EAA

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

I hope you received your new work packs today. If not then don't worry, they should be delivered to you tomorrow or later in the week.

HOT OFF THE PRESS! I received and email before I left school yesterday from Layla, she was already doing the work from her work pack. Well done Layla, very impressive. laughyes

 

Layla, busy working on Work pack number 4 already.

Here is your EMA

Here is your activity for today.

Today I would like you to listen to the story ‘Caterpillar shoes’ again.

Click on the link below to see the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYa6OLQHrEc&index=36&list=PLQcXqHozyJEps13FCbQmR5YTTGlOClFGF

Have a look at the list that you made yesterday of all the creatures that the caterpillar met. Use these pictures to help you remember.

Can you match the creatures to the shoes that the caterpillar gave them?

Choose your favourite creature from the story, draw a picture of it and then write some sentences to describe it.

 

Here are some things to think about:

What does it look like, what colour is it?

How many legs does it have?

Does it have a shell, if so what is it like?

Where would your creature live?

 

The caterpillar was very kind to give away his shoes. Imagine that you are one of the creatures from the story. I would like you to write a thank you letter to the caterpillar, telling him how pleased you are with your new shoes. Have a look at these questions and the vocabulary list below to help you.

Here is your EAA

Monday 22nd June 2020

Good morning Year 1. I hope you had a lovely weekend.

 

Hello from Miss Hulme

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As it's Monday, here is your new spelling list. Have a look at the words and then watch the video which will help you to sound them out.

Tips to help with this weeks spellings

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There will be more activities posted later in the week to help you to learn this weeks spellings.

Here is today's EMA.

Have a look at the questions and then watch the video below for some useful tips on how to answer each of the questions.

Tips to help you with your EMA

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Here is your activity for today.

 

This week we are going to be doing activities based on a new story called ‘Caterpillar shoes’

Click on the link below to watch the video of the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYa6OLQHrEc&index=36&list=PLQcXqHozyJEps13FCbQmR5YTTGlOClFGF

You might want to watch the story again and listen very carefully before trying to answer these questions in your blue book.

 

  1. What did caterpillar do all day?
  2. What did he wear on his feet?
  3. Why did caterpillar decide to give away his shoes?
  4. How many creatures did he meet and give his shoes to? Make a list of all the creatures that the caterpillar gave shoes to. Can you also write which shoes he gave to each creature?
  5. How many shoes did the caterpillar give away altogether?
  6. Why did the worm not need any shoes?
  7. Which insect did the caterpillar walk past because he was so well camouflaged that he didn’t see it?
  8. Which shoes did the caterpillar think he would miss the most?

Here is your EAA

Friday 19th June 2020

Well done to everyone that participated in our Sports Day yesterday, both virtual and real. Here are some photographs of the Yellow Bubble children participating in their activities.

Well done to all those of you at home who took part. Head over to the Virtual Sports Day section of the website to see some great pictures of everybody who took part. So far I have spotted, Jonah, Ethan, Logan and Albie. Even Alannah's mum, who took part whist she was at work! Amazing effort! Miss Richardson should be adding more pictures today so if you took part, see if you can spot yourself. The final scores were so close, so a huge well done to everyone, I hope you all enjoyed taking part. laughyes

Hi from Mazie

Here is your EMA

Here is your activity for today.

 

Today I have chosen some short poems for you to read.

They are all about dragons.

Read each of the poems.

Can you find any rhyming words?

Lots of poems rhyme but they don’t need to.

Once you have read the poems, think about all the work we have done about dragons. Think about your own dragon that you invented the other week.

Today I would like you to write your own dragon poem.

 

Things to remember:

Not all poems need to rhyme.

Every line in a poem needs to start with a capital letter.

Use lots of descriptive words in your poem, you can use adjectives to describe the nouns and adverbs to describe the verbs to tell us how something is being done.

You can use some of the ideas from the poems you have read today and then use lots of ideas of your own.

Have fun, remember to send me your poems so that I can share them on our web page.

 

 

Here is your EAA

 

For your EAA this afternoon I would like you to log on to the Phonics Play website. Ask your grown up to log on with the details below.

Username: march20

Password: home

Have a go at playing Buried treasure, Dragon’s Den and picnic on pluto. If you are in Mrs Burns phonics group have a look at Phase 2 and Phase 3, If you are in my phonics group or Miss Jones’ phonics group, have a go at Phase 4 and phase 5.

Now have a go at the flashcards speed trial, the flashcards time challenge and Tricky word trucks. See what your score is and try to beat your score each time you play it.

Today is Friday so remember to ask a grown up to test you on this weeks spellings. Here is your Look, Cover, Write, Check sheet to remind you of the words. Good luck! yes

Thursday 18th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

Today is Virtual Sports Day!

Let's hope that it doesn't rain too much so that we can go outside and do our activities.

REMEMBER YOU NEED TO JOIN IN AT HOME TOO. MUMS AND DADS ASWELL! laughyes

 

Click on the parent/carer section on the website and then look at the section that says Virtual Sports Day.

There you will find all the information you need to be able to take part. Mums and dads, you can take part too to earn our class some extra bonus points.

I would like everybody to take part.

We will be joining in at school too.

For every activity completed, if you email Miss Richardson at emma.richardson2@salford.gov.uk   with a photo of you and your mums and dads doing the activity we will earn a point for our class.

Come on Year One, the competition is on, lets see if we can all be WINNERS! laughyes

Here is your EMA

Remember you can look back at the video that I put on yesterday to help you so you know how to work out the answers.

Here is your activity for today.

Look back at the story from Monday or Tuesday if you need to remind yourself what happened.

Here is your EAA

Wednesday 17th June 2020

Good morning year 1.

It was lovely to see some of you yesterday afternoon on the Teams meeting.You have definitely grown! Well done for logging on. laugh

Tomorrow is virtual sports day. 

Click on the parent/carer section on the website and then look at the section that says Virtual Sports Day. There you will find all the information you need to be able to take part. Mums and dads, you can take part too to earn our class some extra bonus points. I would like everybody to take part. We will be joining in at school too. For every activity completed, if you email Miss Richardson at emma.richardson2@salford.gov.uk   with a photo of you doing the activity we will earn a point for our class.

Come on Year One, the competition is on, lets see if we can all be WINNERS! laughyes

I have made another short video that will help you with your EMA's this week. Watch the video and then have a go at your EMA. yes

Tips for your EMA

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Here is your EMA

Here is an activity that will help you to learn your spellings this week.

Here is your activity for today.

 

Today’s activity is still about the story, ‘Knights and dragons unite! In the story the dragons have many talents. I want you to think about a talent that you have.

 

What are you good at?

If you took part in a talent show, what would you do?

Would you sing, dance, tell jokes, do magic tricks, paint pictures, play an instrument?

 

I would like you to write about one of your talents and an act that you would do in a talent show.

 

Just for fun, you could video yourself doing your special talent and send it to me so that I could put it on the website for everyone to see.

 

Think of a talent that you don’t have yet, what would you like to be really good at? How could you achieve this? In your books, write about a talent that you would really like to have and why, then write about what you could do to achieve it.

Here is your EAA

Tuesday 16th June 2020

Good morning Year 1. I hope you enjoyed our new story that I have put in the year 1 section of the school videos page.

Useful tips for your EMA

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Here is your EMA

Here is a look, cover, write, check sheet for your spellings this week. You could make one like this to help you learn your spellings ready for your test on Friday.

I hope you enjoyed yesterday's story, 'Knights and Dragons Unite!'

Here is your activity for today.

I would like you to read the story again. 

Remember to start at the beginning and you can pause the pages until you are ready to move on to read the next page.

Knights and Dragons Unite!

Today’s activity is still about the story you read yesterday called ‘Knights and dragons unite! Once you have read the story again, have a go at answering these questions. Write the answers in your exercise book.

Here is your EAA

Monday 15th June 2020

 

Hello from Miss Hulme xxx

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I hope you enjoyed all the work about oceans last week. Emily sent me a picture of her poster that she made to help people to stop pollution. Well done Emily. I have put another video in the school videos section of me reading a lovely story called 'Somebody Swallowed Stanley' by Sarah Roberts. This story is about pollution too. I hope you enjoy it. Go over to the school videos section and then the year 1 section so you can see the story. laughyes

 

Emily's Save our oceans poster

Here are your spellings for this week.

The sound is 'ie'

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Here is you EMA

Here is your activity for today.

This week we are going to continue with the theme of Dragons from the other week. I would like you to read the story below. It is called Knights and dragons unite!. You can pause each slide so that you can read the story. Make sure you go back to page 1 and start the story from the beginning.yes

Knights and Dragons Unite!

Now you have read the story I would like you to have a go at answering these questions in your exercise books.

 

Here is your EAA

Write the answers in your exercise book.

Friday 12th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

Today is Friday so I would like you to ask mummy or daddy to test you on this weeks spellings. I hope you have been remembering to practise them throughout the week. I will be giving you some new spellings on Monday. Good luck with this week's test. yes

 

Here is your EMA

I will give you the answers this afternoon with your EAA

Here is your activity for today.

Today is the final story about the ocean and it is called ‘Commotion in the ocean’ by Giles Andreae.

There are lots of rhyming words in the story, see if you can spot them as you listen to the story. Click on the link below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9pRhgZ8Jffs

Have a look at these poems about under the sea.

 

Sea Creatures by Meish Goldish

 

Come along, come with me,

Take a dive in the deep blue sea.

Put on your gear, let’s explore

All the way to the ocean floor!

 

See that snail wrapped in curls?

Look! An oyster wearing pearls!

Watch the octopus oh so dark,

But don’t you dare to pet the shark!

 

Dive on down, seaward bound,

Motion in the ocean is all around!

Dive on down, seaward bound,

Motion in the ocean is all around.

 

Now we’re very far below,

The lantern fish are all aglow.

Is that a tiny shock you feel?

You just met an electric eel!

 

Giant blue whales start to stir,

Bigger than dinosaurs ever were!

Wave goodbye to the squid and sponge,

This is the end of our deep-sea plunge!

 

Dive on down, seaward bound,

Motion in the ocean is all around!

Dive on down, seaward bound.

Motion in the ocean is all around.

Today I would like you to have a go at writing an acrostic poem. Look at the pictures to explain what an acrostic poem is and how to write one.

Now have a go at writing your own Acrostic Poem. If this is too tricky, have a go at writing a normal poem about the ocean and under the sea like the ones I have shown you today. Remember if you send me pictures of your work, I will put it on the website for everyone to see.

 

As today is Fun Time Friday, we couldn’t go without a song could we!

Click on the link below. This is a really fun song about the ocean, there are so many words, see if you can learn it and maybe you could make up some dances for each of the sea creatures that are mentioned in the song. Have fun!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1Qn2bcZRTo

As it is nearly the weekend too, I thought you might like to have a go at this cosmic kids yoga adventure about under the sea. It’s called, Squish the Fish. Click on the link below to follow the fun yoga session.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhYtcadR9nw

Have a lovely relaxing weekend.

 

Here are the answers to your EMA

Here is your EAA

Don't forget to ask mummy or daddy to test you on this weeks spellings. Scroll down and have a look on Monday's page to get your spelling list. Good Luck! yes

Thursday 11th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

This morning for your EMA I would like you to look at the shapes. You are going to find half of each shape. Remember that if a shape is split into 2 equal parts then each part is a half. 2 halves make one whole. If the shape is split into 2 parts but the parts are not equal (the same) then the parts are not halves.

I will give you the answers with your EAA.

 

Here is your activity for today.

 

Today we are going to start off with another underwater story. Today’s story is called ‘The Bravest Fish’ by Matt Buckingham.

 

Click on the link below to see the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9qCa0wntIY

 

Stanley was a very brave little fish when he was left all alone. He went on an adventure to try and find them. On the way he came across lots of scary creatures. He saw the lobster who was counting his money, his reflection in a shiny pearl and a huge scary shark.

Today I would like you to write a new adventure for Stanley. In the story Stanley woke up late and was late for school so his friends went on the trip without him.

 

Think of another problem that Stanley could have.

Who does Stanley meet on his new adventure, are they scary, are they friendly, do they help him or does Stanley have to try and escape from them?

 

I can’t wait to see your stories and to find out what Stanley gets up to on his new adventures. Have fun. Remember to start your sentences with a capital letter. Remember your finger spaces and to form your letters correctly making your writing as neat as possible.

 

Here are the answers to your EMA

Here is your EAA

Wednesday 10th June 2020

Good morning year 1. I hope you are enjoying our activities about the ocean? How did you get on with your under the sea scenes yesterday? I'd love to see them.

Here is your EMA for today it's all about sharing in equal groups.

I will give you the answers with your EAA.

 

Our Story today is called 'A Whale's Tale'

The story we are going to watch today is a story without words but it has a very powerful message. It is called ‘A Whale’s Tale’ It is quite a sad story but unfortunately it is very true. Click on the link below to see the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFPoIU5iiYQ

 Look carefully.  What do you notice happening in the story? It is a story about pollution and how sadly people are not recycling their rubbish they are throwing it into the ocean.

What did you notice happening to the animals in the story because of the pollution? Talk to your grown up about it.

 

For your activity today I would like you to make a poster which encourages people to stop polluting the oceans. To recycle their rubbish and not throw it into the ocean as it harms the animals. On your poster you could show people what happens to the poor animals when they get tangled in the rubbish.

 

As a challenge, if you would like to, you could make a short video telling people about the importance of keeping our oceans clean. You could send me your videos and I will put them on the website. Be creative! You could make it like a news report. Have fun!

 

As a DT project you could make a model out of recycled items. Can you make you model on an Ocean theme to match our theme for the week? I'd love to see pictures of your models so don't forget to email me pictures of them.

 

 

 

 

Here are the answers to your EMA.

Here is your EAA.

Tuesday 9th June 2020

Good morning Year 1. I hope you had fun yesterday with the World Ocean Day activities I set for you. We are going to be doing lots more activities about the ocean this week.

But first, I had a lovely email from Emily yesterday. She said that she is really enjoying the Ocean work so far and has sent me a picture of her fact file which she chose to do about the Orca Whale. Well done Emily, you have done a very good job and well done for learning how to add the pictures too. I'm glad you enjoyed doing your own research as well. Did anyone else do the Orca Whale? Have a look at Emily's. Sorry it's so small but I hope you can still see it.Well done Emily. laughyes

Emily also sent me some more pictures of the things she has been doing as well as her school work. She has planted an apple tree that her Grandad gave her and she has been looking after her Lillies and her bean plant and she planted some tomatoes from seed at the beginning of lockdown and they have now started to grow. Well done Emily, you are a good gardener.

Emily has been busy.

For your EMA this morning I have made you another video to watch. Watch the video carefully and then have a go at answering the questions.

 

EMA Grouping

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I will give you the answers with this afternoon's EAA.

Here is your activity for today.

 

 

We are continuing with the Ocean theme this week.

Today’s underwater story is called ‘Way down Deep In The Deep Blue Sea’ by Jan Peck.

Click on the link below to see the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ir4PF70GYQU

 

Now watch this video about the Coral Reef.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2BKd5e15Jc

 

Over the last two days you have come across lots of information about the ocean and the creatures that live in it. Today you are going to be artists. I would like you to create an underwater scene. This can be a colourful picture that you have drawn or painted or you could do a collage or even create a 3D model using things you can find at home.

 

Be creative, make your scenes as interesting and as colourful as you can. What are you going to include in your underwater world?

 

Once again, I would love to see them, so please email me pictures and I will add them to our class page on the website for everyone to see.

Here are the answers to this morning's EMA.

Here is your EAA

 

Monday 8th June 2020

 

Good morning Year 1, I hope you had a lovely weekend and didn't get too wet!

 

Today I thought I would try something new for you. Have a look at the video below that I have made for you. Make sure you watch it all the way to the end because there is some information about sharing and some information about doubling which will help you with your EMA this morning. Watch the video first before trying your EMA.

Maths examples

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Here is your EMA

Remember to watch the video before having a go at doubling the numbers.

I will give you the answers with this afternoons EAA.

World Oceans Day

Today is World Ocean’s Day so this week all our activities are going to be based on Under the sea.

 

First of all I have chosen a story for you to listen to, it’s called ‘The Reef Cup’ listen to it carefully because you will find out lots of interesting facts about animals you will find in the ocean. Click on the link below to see the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtqLwqbw30Q

 

To begin our under the sea adventures, today I would like you to watch this video about the world’s oceans.

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

 

Now have a look at these fact files about creatures you might find in the ocean. You can pause each slide so that you can read the information.

 

Your activity today is to choose one of the underwater animals you have seen today in either the video or the fact file slides. See if you can do some research to find out more information about them. Once you have gathered as much information as you can, I would like you to create your own fact file so that somebody else can learn about the underwater animal you have chosen. Make it as interesting as you can with facts and pictures. Remember if you send it to me I can add it to our class page for everyone to see.

Here are the answers to your EMA. How did you get on? Did you set it out the way that I showed you this morning?

 

Well done! Now here is your EAA.

This afternoon we are going to do some more grammar activities.

This week I have also got some spellings for you to learn. Watch the video below and then have a  go at practising them every day. I will give you your test on Friday. You can make your own look cover write check sheets like the ones we use in school. You can also have a go at writing some super sentences with your spelling words in them. Remember to include your capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. If you write a question, remember that needs a full stop at the end. 
 

Spellings - ie

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Friday 5th June 2020

Good morning Year 1.

I had a lovely email from Isla-Rae last night. She was excited to show me some of the work she has been doing and very excited to show me her bean plant. You'll never guess what? ........ It has started to grow beans! How amazing is that! Have a look at Isla-Rae's pictures. Have any of your plants started to grow yet? I would love to see them.

 

Check out Isla's Bean plant

Here is your EMA

 

More mixed questions today. Have a go at these questions.

  1. 19 = ? + 9
  2. ? + 2 = 16
  3. What is half of 12? Remember to find half, split them into 2 groups.
  4. 5 x 3 = 20 is this true or false? Write the correct answer. Is it 20, 10 or 15?
  5. 17 -12 =         Show your working out on a number line.

 

I will give you the answers with your EAA

Today is Fun time Friday!

I feel like I haven’t had a good sing song for ages so I’m looking forward to this today.

Click on the link below to listen to today’s song. It’s called ‘Sing together.’

https://youtu.be/vKN8VAcQn1o

Now have a go at singing along to the song, can you learn any of the words?

Can you teach it to your family or sing it with your friends on a video call?

You could sing it to a relative on a video call, I am sure it would brighten up their day.

 

Click on the link below to find some more activities you could do.

I would love to hear about your ‘Silver linings’ of being in lockdown.

What are the positive things that have come out of it?

Try to present it in a fun and interesting way.

I would love you to email me your work or take photos and we could make a class display of everybody’s ‘Silver linings’.

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ext/pdfs/outoftheark-at-home/SongActivity-SING-TOGETHER.pdf

 

Here are the answers to your EMA. How did you get on?

  1. 19 = 10 + 9
  2. 14 + 2 = 16
  3. What is half of 12? Remember to find half, split them into 2 groups. 6
  4. 5 x 3 = 20 is this true or false? Write the correct answer. Is it 20, 10 or 15?
  5. 17 -12 =  Show your working out on a number line.

 

Here is your EAA

1. Suffixes:

Add either ‘ed’ or ‘ing’ to the adjectives in the sentences below.

The mouse want__ some sugar for his tea.

The dragon was sleep___ in the corner of its cave.

 

2. Suffix -ing

Which of these words can have the suffix -ing added to them?

Write the word with the suffix ‘ing’.

creep

claws

guard

mice

 

 

3. Write the three nouns from the list below.

sleeping

sugar

hot

rocks

cave

 

 

4. Write down the words from the list below that should have a capital letter.

Salford,  castle,  jack,  land

 

 

5. Write a sentence about a dragon. Include at least one adjective and the conjunction ‘and’.

&