Welcome to Year 1's home learning page.
Hello Year 1 - here we are in the final week of the summer term and our last week 'together' as Year 1! Well done to everyone who has worked so hard over the last 3 months - you should be so proud of your achievements. I hope you all have lots of amazing adventures during the summer break and I look forward to seeing you next door in Year 2!
Remember, you can still take part in the summer reading challenge - further info is given below in the 'General' section. We would also recommend that you continue to practice the valuable skills shown on 'Life-Skills' page on the 'Home-Learning' tab.
Please remember, if you have any questions or queries, you can use the forum pages - we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.
Week Beginning 13th July 2020
Please click below to watch and join in with the daily ‘Read, Write, Inc' lessons on YouTube. There are two videos to watch each day - 'Speed Sounds' and 'Spelling.' Less-confident children may watch both of the ‘Set 2’ videos. All other children should watch both of the ‘Set 3 videos.'
We would like children to access one maths lesson per day through the 'White Rose Maths' website. This week, 'Summer Term - Week 12' dated w/c 13th July, we are asking you to follow the White Rose plan for days 1, 2, 3 and 4.
Click here to watch the videos : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
Our school has a subscription to the worksheets and these can be downloaded using the links below:
Day One Lesson 1 - Time to the hour
Day Two Lesson 2 - Time to the half hour
Day Three Lesson 3 - Writing Time
Day Four Lesson 4 - Comparing Time
We would like children to complete one English lesson per day from one of these two online schemes. All lessons are dated so simply follow the lesson for the correct day:
BBC Bitesize : This scheme has a mix of short videos, interactive activities and written tasks.
Oak National Academy : This scheme has a daily video lesson to watch with an on-screen teacher.
We suggest that BBC Bitesize is best suited to children working alongside an adult, while Oak National Academy is more appropriate for children working independently. However, please feel free to choose whichever scheme best suits you and your child.
Reading – please continue to read books regularly with your child
* Exciting new activity* The Summer Reading Challenge is going digital this year, with the Silly Squad team ready to help children discover and read for fun, happiness and laughter. Children can join the Silly Squad on a new adventure by setting their own personal reading challenge to complete this summer. The new online platform will help to keep track of your books, reviews and the rewards you unlock along the way. Joint the challenge at www.sillysquad.org.uk
Handwriting – please ask your child to practice their handwriting regularly, making sure their letters start and stay on the line, are the correct size, and that their writing is joined up consistently.
Sumdog – please log-on to Sumdog and complete maths competition. There are many other activities on Sumdog which will help you to improve your maths and English skills.
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