Hello lovely Year One. We hope you have had a nice weekend and relaxed. Monday is here already! Here are some learning activities for today.
Activity 1- PE Join in with the Joe Wicks work out at 9.00 on the internet. (May be you and your family could create your own exercise. You could add your favourite music to help you if you wish)
Activity 2- Phonics– Look out for the videos.
Activity 3- Maths Can you think about the number sequence to 100. Can you practise writing the numbers you know you need to practise?
If you know how to write numbers to 30, try writing to 50 and beyond…
If you know how to write numbers to 50, try writing to 100 and beyond…
If you know how to write numbers to 100, try writing to 200 and beyond…
Can you put these numbers in order from smallest to largest?
Choose the colour/ colours that you feel you can do and choose one to challenge you too.
Do not worry if you do not get on to red as the amber are tricky too today.
7, 3, 1, 12, 9, 14, 21
4, 16, 14, 18, 20, 12
18, 13, 21, 12, 31, 81
17, 23, 15, 32, 51, 71, 61,
67, 24, 98, 76, 101, 89, 42,
101, 100, 121, 111, 112, 10
Can you explain why you put them in that order? Talk about ones, tens, and hundreds.
For example, How many tens and ones does 13 have? Answer – One ten and 3 ones.
Literacy/ Science Activity
This week we would like you to work on a science project but use your literacy skills to do this. We would like you to make a leaflet or a booklet about a sea creature. It could be one that lives in the sea like a star fish or one near to the sea like a type of sea bird. We would like you to find out about it, write some notes about it and then organise them into a information leaflet/ booklet to do over the week. You may want to think about organising the information into sections like what they eat and how they get it, how they behave, how they breed, how and grow and other interesting facts. You should try to include draw some diagrams and label them.
Do a little each day and hopefully by the end of the week you will be an expert on that sea creature! You may want to fold a piece of paper into 3 to make a leaflet and write on both sides, or make a booklet about it and fold it paper in half. You may have a better idea so be as creative as you like and enjoy finding out new information. Animals and birds are fascinating so have fun exploring in books, the internet or on BBC Bitesize science clips.
I wonder if the Sea Life Centre has a website ? See what you can find!
If you would like, you could blog an interesting fact about the creature over the week as we would enjoy reading about it.
Best wishes from the Year One Team.
Don’t forget the end of the day story! This time it’s from Mrs Rands.