Monday 27th April 2020
Good morning Otters.
It was great speaking to so many of you last week and hearing all about how you are getting on. Mrs McCallum, Mrs Kemp and I look forward to doing this again soon. Keep posting all those photos in our Celebration Gallery they are amazing – we all enjoy seeing all the wonderful things that you are doing.
I hope that you all had a really good weekend and are ready for some exciting learning this week. Each Monday I send out my weekly email – if you haven’t received these please check your junk email box!!
Reading and Phonics Year 1 and EYFS Remember that Oxford Owl provides a selection of on-line reading books which are the same type of books your children are reading in school.
As from today daily phonics lessons from Letters and Sounds are available to follow from here. I have watched today’s and can recommend them.
Maths This week you will be learning about ordering numbers, working in 10s and 1s and comparing objects to 50.
English This week your English will be linked to your science learning. You will be writing an alliterative poem, writing about the life cycle of a butterfly and creating a mini-beast fact file.
Science This term we are learning about mini-beasts. We shall start by watching a PowerPoint about the life cycle of a butterfly. This will also help Year 1 with your English this week.
RE This term we shall be continuing to learn about other cultures and religions beginning with Buddhism. Watch the PowerPoint and try to answer the questions as it goes along, just like we do in class.
For those of you who are enjoying the daily lessons from the Oak National Academy this week Maths is covering mass, Science is covering Weather and Season. All very useful.
Maths This week I would like you to continue learning about ‘more than one’, capacity and 3D shapes.
English Here we will practise using some of our Phase 3 graphemes
Science (The World) Like Year 1 we too are learning about mini-beasts. Can you watch the same PowerPoint as they are please?
RE (People and Communities) This term we are learning about Special Places and what makes them special. This week I would like you to look at Homes around the World.
I hope you have a good week of learning and remember that I am looking forward to seeing what you have done.