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CLASS 1 Thursday 26th March

RHebblewhite - 25 Mar 2020

Thursday 26th March

Good Morning Class One. I hope that you had a lovely day yesterday. Croccy and I went on a bike ride! He was very good and didn't try to bite me!!  Can you take a picture and tell me about something fun that you do today? Ask your grown-up to upload this onto EvidenceMe and tell them what to write. 

Thank you for all your uploads. I have thoroughly enjoyed seeing the children and their work, and being able give them praise for all their efforts. I have written my response in the 'Notes' section of your observations, (I would be really grateful if those who have uploaded could let the office know, if you have not been able to access my responses).

Please keep sharing! I will try to feedback with a 'next step' question or task for you to set your child, if you wish to. Also, I will be posting a selection of your photos and children's work on the webpage on Monday.  If you are having trouble uploading to EvidenceMe, please let me know, via the school office.

 Here are today's jobs!

(Don't forget P.E with Joe Wicks at 9.00a.m. Live on YouTube Monday - Friday!)

Here's a different fun song and dance that you can teach to Mummy and Daddy today!

https://family.gonoodle.com/activities/meow-moo-moo

Phonics 

  • Join in with our Phonics video and practise your sounds. Can you keep up?
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  • Can you remember our new sound, 'oi'? Which letters make that sound? Make a game of pairs to play with your grown-up, dividing an A4 piece of paper into 6 and showing off your fantastic cutting skills. Help your grown-up to write 3 'oi' words on 3 cards. Do this twice and you have three sets of pairs! Don't forget to draw on your sound bars and buttons and a picture. Every time you find a pair, robot-talk and blend your words. Have fun!

 Maths

  • Use your laminated sheet to practise writing your numbers. There is a space at the bottom to consolidate the tricky ones! Can you tell your grown-up our song about where we start our letters and numbers?
  • Can you remember the names of our five 3D shapes? Can you remember the words we use to describe them? (faces, curved surfaces, corners and edges). 
  • Play 'Corners' to practise your 3D shape names and properties: Spread your five 3D shapes around your room. Ask your grown-up to close their eyes, while you tip-toe to a shape. Ask them to guess which shape you are next to. If you would like a challenge: grown-ups, instead of giving the name of the 3D shape, describe its properties.
Projects

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to gain a better understanding of their own family. Learning may focus on what different makeup of families, what traditions your family has, stories linked to your family etc.
  • Look at a selection of family photographs and discuss the changes over time.
    • Show your child a photograph of them as a baby, a 1 year old, a 2 year old. What could they do at that age? What can they do now that they couldn’t do then?
    • Look at a picture of a family member as a baby (this could be parents, siblings). Discuss how everyone was a baby once.
    • Are there any black and white photographs? Why are these photographs black and white? Do they show older family members when they were younger? Talk about how life was different then
  • Draw a family tree- How does your family link together? Can your child draw out their family members and link them together using lines?
  • Do a picture survey of the people in your house. How many family members have blonde/ brown/ black/ red hair? Can you record this with pictures? How many people have blue/ brown/ green eyes?
  • Have a family picnic. Lay out a blanket in the living room or garden. Can children make sure everyone has a plate, fork, spoon, cup? How many do we need all together? Give your child a selection of food and ask them to share it fairly between everyone? If there is one left over what could we do?
  • Sort out the clean clothes. Who do they belong to? Can they deliver them to the right place in the house? Pair up socks. Can they match the patterns/ colours? Can they count in twos to work out how many there are all together? Peg clothes on the airer (this will support children to develop hand strength which will impact on their writing).
  • Put on a show or performance- Perform a story or song to your family. Plan out costumes, props. Children could make a show program.
  • Lay the table for your family for dinner- How many people are there? How many knives, forks, cups do you need? Write out name cards for everyone in your family to show them where to sit. Write a menu to let them know what is for dinner that night. Roleplay as a waiter/ waitress. What would everyone like in their sandwiches for lunch? What drinks would everyone like to have with their dinner?
  • Make a birthday card for the next family birthday-  How old are they going to be? Can they write the numerals to show the correct age? Write a message inside for your family member and sign it with your name.
  • What jobs do the people in your family do? Talk to your child about your job and what you do. What would they like to be when they grow up? Can they draw a picture of themselves in the job they would like to d
  • Use play dough to make your family members- Use ready made play dough or make your own using this recipe:
    • 2 cups of plain flour, one cup of salt, a tablespoon of oil, a cup of water (add gradually), a couple of drops of food colouring (optional), a teaspoon of cream of tartar (optional, but will make it last longer)
  • Play a family board game- Play a game together. Talk about taking it in turns and playing fairly. Dice games will support your child’s number recognition. You could use a spinner with numerals on to help develop numeral recognition. If you don’t have a spinner you could make one using an old cereal box and a split pin.
  • Find out everyone’s favourite song in your family- Listen to each person’s favourite song and make up a dance to match. Do you like the same music? What is your favourite song?
  • Additional learning resources parents may wish to engage with:
  • Classroom Secrets Learning Packs These packs are split into different year groups and include activities linked to reading, writing, maths and practical ideas you can do around the home.
    Twinkl - to access these resources click on the link and sign up using your own email address and creating your own password. Use the offer code UKTWINKLHELPS.
    Headteacherchat - This is a blog that has links to various learning platforms. Lots of these are free to access.
 
Have a lovely day today. I will be in touch again tomorrow. 

Take care and remember to look after one another,
 
Mrs Hebblewhite x

Make A Circle
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Time For The Register
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Days Of The Week Song
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Start At The Top Song
 
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