Good morning Year One,
I hope you all had a good start to the new week and are ready for another week of learning.
Below you will find the activities for your home learning today.
Click on the link below to access today’s maths activity.
Watch the video on today's theme: Summer Week 7: Lesson 2 on 'Count in 5s'
Then click on BBC Bitesize next to the video and click on your year group tab to access your work for today.
Please remember you can rewatch the video as many times as you need to and you can go back to it when you are answering the questions.
Today, we are going to practise how to correctly form curly caterpillar letters and use them in sentences that also contain the suffix -ly. This lesson includes:
a video introduction to curly caterpillar letters
a video about the suffix -ly
three activities to do at home
Click on the link below to go to the BBC Bitesize Website and start your lesson.
You might need some paper and a pencil for these activities.
If you require a new book to write on we can provide one from school if parents call to make an appointment for when to collect.
curly caterpillar letters
Your reading task this week is to continue to listen to Audiobooks and discuss them with someone else in your family.
This week we are continuing to listen to Kid Normal. There are still quite a few chapters left so you might want to listen to two chapters today.
Remember to talk about what has happened in the story with somebody at home.
READING - KID NORMAL
Today we will be learning all about the incredible adventures of Sir Ernest Shackleton.
He wanted to be the first man to reach the South Pole. Sadly, after 4 attempts to get there, he never made it.
During this lesson, we look back at the heroic journey Shackleton and his team took, trying to reach the South Pole.
Follow the link to the Oak Academy website and press Start to begin the lesson.
sir ernest shackleton
This week we are still working on our exciting project at St John the Divine.
This is to put together an online choir performance of the children from different year groups.
Mr Postles has put a new Blog on the Music page about this. You can access the Music Blog from the same place you access this page every day of use this link below to go straight there:
In order to make this happen, all you need to do is to record the child singing along to one (or all three!) of the songs chosen for this project. There are a few things we need to get right, so please refer to the information on the blog!
To see Mr Postles explain the information in a video, please follow this link:
I hope you all enjoy the work that has been set for you today.
Remember that you can always email me any questions at email@example.com showing ‘Year 2’ in the title.
Have a good day!