Year 1 – Thursday 26th March

Good Morning Year 1

Dear parents and children,We hope you are doing well. We are so impressed with all of the fantastic learning you have done so far and have really enjoyed hearing from you over email.

We have a very special treat for you today: Mrs Carter has read a story for you! You can find the link to this in the video resources section at the bottom of this page. The password is the same as last time and will be the same for all future videos. If you need this password again feel free to email us at year1@stmarksce.org,uk.

Thank you for your support and cooperation during this time.

Year 1 Team

Helpful Reminders

We are still checking our emails regularly and have loved seeing what you are doing. Feel free to email us if you have a question or just want to say hello at: year1@stmarksce.org.uk

You can access our general resources to support your child at home here: Y1 General Resources

Please do not feel like you have to complete all of the activities provided in one day. We have given a variety so that there are options for you to choose what works best for you at home.

Read Write Inc are kindly doing live daily phonics sessions. They are at certain times depending on which sounds you would like to practise. We suggest either Set 2 or Set 3 sounds. Find the link here: RWI Phonics

You can still access Joe Wicks’ daily PE videos at 9 am each morning: Joe Wicks Daily PE

Ongoing Daily Activities

  • Read for at least 20 minutes a day. This can be their school reading book or a book from home.
  • Have stories read to them.
  • Read or spell some key words.
  • Practise naming the letters of the alphabet and sing the alphabet song (capital and lower case).
  • Threading/Play dough/Cutting/Colouring/Painting
  • Phonicsplay Obb and Bob (Click: Phase 5 – Revise all Phase 5): https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/PicnicOnPluto.html
  • Phonicsbloom – Phase 5 or 6 (Especially useful if phonicsplay is not working for you) https://www.phonicsbloom.com/
  • Practise writing sentences about a story they know. When writing, please remind them to use full stops, capital letters, neat handwriting and finger spaces.
  • Practise counting from 0-100 (forwards and backwards)
  • Practise counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.
  • Numbots (login is in the back of the reading log)
  • Name some 2D and 3D shapes
  • One more and one less than a number
  • Sing a number bonds song
  • Hit the button (number bonds to 20): https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Spelling: Their spellings this week are:

full

house

love

so

to

where

You can practise these in a variety of ways:

  • Saying them aloud (you could put them into a song)
  • Writing them down
  • Painting them
  • Put them into a sentence

English

We are looking at the suffix ‘ed’ today. A suffix is a group of letters added to the end of a word that change the meaning of that word. An ‘ed’ suffix is added to the end of a word to make it past tense and show that it has already happened. For example, walk becomes walked. Use these slides to talk about different words that might have an ‘ed’ suffix. There are some activities on the slides that you could have a go at on paper.

English – Thurs 26th March ‘ed’

Maths

Today we are looking at finding one more or one less than a number from 0-50. Have a go at finding more that 20 of a group of objects. Here I have 24 buttons:

If I put another button in my pile, how many would there be? I could count them using 2’s, 5’s or 10’s or I could use a number line or 100 square to find one more. You can find a 100 square in the general resources pack in the ‘helpful reminders’ section of this post.

If I took a button away from the pile of 24, how many would there be? Again, I could count them or I could use a number line or hundred’s square to find one more.

See if you can tell someone at home about what you have done using the sentences:

‘One more than 24 is ___’

‘One less than 24 is ___’

Now have a go at the cars. I have 35 cars here:

What is one more? What is one less?

‘One more than 35 is ___’

‘One less than 35 is ___’

Here is today’s maths activity sheet for you to have a go at if you would like to continue your learning: Maths – Thurs 26th March

Topic

Computing: Today we are thinking about following a path. If you have access to an iPad or iPhone then you could download the BeeBot app which is currently free at: https://apps.apple.com/go/app/bee-boy/id500131639

Remind yourself of the buttons and how they work using this picture. Then go to the in the garden section and help Bee-Bot pollinate the flowers.

If you aren’t able to download the app, please don’t worry. You could try to create a path in your house or garden using objects or chalk to mark it out and then try to think about using words left right forward or back to follow a path. You could use another toy to represent the BeeBot. For example:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music: This activity requires you to be able to play an MP3 sound clip – please don’t worry if you are not able to do this on your computer. As we are learning about transport this term, use the audio clip provided to practise our song ‘We all go travelling by’. Click Here:

Here are the lyrics:

Video Resources

Use the password that was sent out to watch this video.

Ask an adult if you are not sure what the password is!