Tuesday 19th January 2021
A Message From Your Teachers...
Good Morning Year One. I hope you are all alright and that all of you have a fantastic day of learning today! Thank you to all the children who are logging on every day and submitting their work via the blog- I so enjoy seeing it and responding to your work every day. Today you will be continuing with your English story questions, identifying numbers to 20 and then finding out about how different animals survive Winter in Science. There are also some fantastic challenges today for keeping active and having fun so make sure you check them out. Don't forget to register before you begin your work and keep uploading all your amazing work to the blog or j2files.
Remember, if at any time you have any queries about the home learning or if you need any support, please send me an email to the address below - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great Tuesday everyone"
Miss Murphy and Mrs Lynch
Basic Skills- Maths 4 A Day
Maths 4 A Day PPT- 19.1.2021
Please click on the picture below to go to the Collective Worship we are doing in class this week.
Click on the image below to find your daily Phonics lesson.
Then play a Phonics Games off the Phonics Games Website below. Click on the link to access the games and HAVE FUN!
Maths- Identifying Numbers to 20 Worksheet
We are now focusing on the second half of the book 'Not Now Bernard' which you can see below.
If you do not have the book at home to read please watch the video by clicking on the following link:
Answer the following vocabulary questions today on the second half of our story:
1. Explain what 'indoors' means.
2. What do you do if you 'bite' someone?
3. Can you explain what a 'comic' is?
4. What does it mean if you 'break' something?
5. Can you explain what dinner is and when do you have it? What time of day?
Weekly Spellings to Practise Daily
You can also access your weekly spellings online using J2 blast which is on the BGFL App Launchpad. You can practise your spellings online here and play lots of fun games to help you learn them throughout the week! I have outlined some simple instructions below for how to find J2Blast and get practising your spellings!
Big Maths- Beat That and CLIC Tests
Please click on the PDF below and find the Beat That Test and CLIC Test with your name on. ( There should be 2 tests each.) Please print, practise and complete at home each day Monday- Thursday. You can then do your final online test on Friday morning.
Please do NOT do your online test until FRIDAY MORNING so I can then see the final test results for everyone after you have practised. Your online Big Maths test should be your final test score and should be done at the end of the week. (anyone who gets a full score for 2 weeks running will be moving up to the next level!)
Big Maths CLIC and Learn It Tests
Big Maths- Class PPT
Science- Winter Weather ( Animals in Winter)
Science Lesson PPT- 19.1.2021
Hibernation Sorting Cards
Differentiated Animals in Winter Scaffold Activity Sheet
Daily Mile- Get Moving!
This is your daily reminder to have a break from your work and to keep healthy and active! You need your exercise so make sure you now run around your garden for 15 minutes or go on a 30 minute walk.
It is time for you to practise your online Maths and Reading Phonic Skills. You can either try and move up a level on Numbots or read some books or sound lessons on Active Learn, complete your Big Maths Tests online or try out some spelling games on j2blast.
Numbots helps children with their sums and with counting and recognising numbers. This is very Year One friendly and helps children to improve their Maths fluency and recall in addition and subtraction facts.
Active Learn has access to thousands of online reading books to help the children practice their Phonic sounds and become fluent readers. The more books they read the quicker they will progress in their reading so you need to be using and accessing this website regularly.
Big Maths helps them to recall number facts quickly in their learn its test and practise their skills for their CLIC test on Friday.
You can now access your weekly spellings online using J2 blast which is on the BGFL App Launchpad. Don't forget that you will have to sign into BGFL first and then access the j2blast through the app launchpad. You can practise your spellings online here and play lots of fun games to help you learn them throughout the week!
The links to all pages are below.
Blue Peter Channel
Blue Peter have launched Blue Peter on YouTube at CBBC for entertainment for children outside of home-schooling hours now we’re in lockdown.
Blue Peter is the longest running kids TV show in the world and they are uploading videos to it regularly that are suitable for 5-11 year olds. They have world record breaking challenges, arts and crafts, environmental videos, cooking and baking how tos, inspirational films, gaming, celebrity appearances, dance routines and music performances. They also explain and feature ways of getting a Blue Peter badge, behind the scenes footage and extra content about our incredible presenters Adam, Lindsey, Mwaksy, Richie and Henry the Blue Peter dog.
You can subscribe to the channel using the following link https://www.youtube.com/bluepeter - (it’s y completely free to subscribe!) and there is also a live programme on CBBC at 5.00pm every week, or on BBC iPlayer. ( don't forget to watch!)
PE AT HOME- DANCE
Birmingham Commonwealth Challenge
We all know you understand how important children's health is during the school's closure period- The Chief Medical Officer suggests that children participate in 60 minutes of moderate/ vigorous physical activity each day in order to maintain health. This challenge is a a great way for families to stay active at home and you can even win prizes for yourselves and our school too . To help families stay on track during the Covid-19 UK lockdown, the website has created a free resource that links to the PE curriculum and enables families to earn sports equipment for their primary school and Love2Shop vouchers for their family, by being active at home.
Here's how it works in 4 simple steps:
1) Download the free resources from the website; both interactive (online) and printable versions.
2) Do 15 minutes of Physical Activity with your child at home. Anything that elevates your child's heart rate through movement counts. We have included some great ideas of the types of activity you can do, on the leaflet.
3) Mark the relevant day on the Commonwealth Map.
4) Once completed, submit to email@example.com to be in with a chance of winning sports equipment for your school and a Love2Shop voucher for you and your family.
Please click on the green link below to go to the Birmingham Commonwealth Challenge Official Website and find out more information.