Year 1 Mrs Renwick
Week beginning Monday 22nd February
I hope you all had a lovely half term and a good rest.
If you are learning from home this week, I have uploaded all of our work for the week below. Remember to send in any work by uploading to your portfolio on Class Dojo. You can upload documents or photographs of any work you do on paper too.
Thank you all for your continued hard work at home.
You are all working so hard at home and we know how difficult this is! With this in mind, we thought it would be nice to have a break from things every once in a while. So, on Wednesday (24th February) we will have our next ‘Wellbeing Wednesday’ to take a ‘brain break’ from all of the hard work you are doing at home. We would love to see you choose one or two of our suggested activities to help you to take a midweek break, relax and do something for your mental health and well-being at home – children and parents! We will be doing exactly the same in school on these Wednesdays too. Each class teacher might still outline a morning task on this day e.g. Science, Topic or Art. But then, we would like you to choose a mindful activity or two from the grid below. We would love to see what you get up to on these ‘Wellbeing Wednesdays’ to look after your mental health, so please tweet us any photos @BishopCEPrimary. See the link below for the grid of suggested activities.
This week we are looking at subtraction and counting back.
This week we’ll be learning about Moles ahead of our new story- ‘Mrs Mole, I’m Home.’
We’ll spend Monday, Tuesday and Thursday learning facts about Moles before Friday’s lesson.
On Friday we’ll be making predictions about our new book before we finally listen to the story.
Phonics: This week we are looking at
Monday video (ay - play)
Tuesday video (ou - proud))
Wednesday video (oy - boy)
Thursday video (ea - treat)
Friday video This is a review of the week.
We have access to Rising Stars Online Reading Planet sign up details on class dojo.
In RE this half term, our topic is Salvation: Why does Easter matter? This is part of our Core Learning from the resource we use called Understanding Christianity.
In Geography we are looking at our corner of the world and we will be completing fieldwork in our local area.
We are starting our new topic called 'Eat More Fruit and Vegetables!'
In Science our topic for this half term is 'Plants and Animals Where We Live' and we will be finding out about living things and their habitats.
We will be using a Now Press Play experience this week called 'Arctic' We will send the link to this on Class Dojo so everyone can join in at home too.
PSHELast half term we looked at what we could do with money. This half term, could you set up a shop like one of the ones in our local area? What could people buy from your shop? Could you make price lists too? How will people pay for your items?
For PE, a great activity to do is yoga. It is relaxing, calming and really stretches your muscles! Visit ‘Cosmic Kids Yoga’ for some yoga sessions you could try at home.
Yorkshire Sport Foundation and national organisations, including afPE, have been working with physical educators from across the country to support parents to teach PE at home.
Short two-minute videos have been created that show parents (and teachers) free, fun and easy to follow PE activities for the whole family.
Visit these websites for some games to practice your English skills.
Visit these websites for some games to practice your Maths skills.
This is a useful website to practice a range of different subject areas.