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CLASS 1 Wednesday 5th May

RHebblewhite - 04 May 2020

Wednesday 5th May

Good Morning Class One!
I hope you had a good day yesterday. It was lovely to see all your hard work! 

Look! I have found a fun song for us to join in with.

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 Helpful Hands! 

   Well done for helping your grown-up yesterday.

Look at these helpful hands!

   Your job today is to:
Do some recyling! Use some junk to build a model to play with - a boat
for the bath, a car, castle, doll's house etc..


Look at our Dear Zoo Story! Well done, everyone!  Why not send me your page, to add to our Powerpoint story?

Perhaps you would like to would like to practise your letter formation today? Why don't you see if you can sit your letters on a line today?

Watch this story, "I Can Save The Earth" all about Max The Little Monster. Draw your favourite part of the story and use your phonic knowledge to sound out and write your own sentence about your picture, using the sounds that you can hear.


Look at this amazing counting!

Fantastic weather chart, Daisy!

  Perhaps today you could 
play a junk skittles gameto practise your Number Sentences. See how many you can knock down. Each time, tell your grown-up a number sentence. You could say, "five skittles down add three skittles standing, equals eight skittles altogether".

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Could you Make your own 'Small World' like we have at school, to practise your adding by counting on? Think of some 'number stories' to tell your grown-up. You might say, "There were two dragons looking for some logs to build a house. Two more came along to help and then there were four!

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Here are some projects for this week:

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about the environment. Learning may focus on changes to different environments, the impact of humans on environments, climate change etc .

Recycling/ Exploring Materials
Provide your child with a selection of packaging to sort into groups to recycle. Can they identify plastic, paper, card, metal. 

Create your own rain cloud
Use a plastic container with a lid (e.g. a water bottle) and make small holes on one side. You could stick on cotton wool to decorate. Fill the container with water and watch as the water drips out

Weather sounds (Rainmakers)
Provide your child with either a plastic container, bottle or other junk modelling item. Pour in a spoon or two of rice or lentils and secure with a bottle lid or sellotape. Decorate with stickers, glitter and sequins if you have them available. Have fun exploring making rain sounds. 

Watch the ‘Frozen' song, 'In Summer’. Discuss with your child what they think will happen to Olaf when it gets warm. Support your child to fill up ice cube trays or plastic containers, if ice cube trays are not available, and freeze. Once frozen, take them out and explore how quickly they melt: in your hands, in the fridge, on the windowsill and when blown with the hairdryer. Make some ice-lollies.

Search on Google Maps for the UK. Discuss with your child the colour of the land and sea. Scroll up to look at the Arctic. Discuss why the land looks different in the Arctic, because the land is covered in ice and snow. Discuss the differences in temperature in the UK and the Arctic. Look at a picture of an igloo on google. Fill an ice cube tray with water and when frozen take out and support your child to create their own igloo out of the ice cubes.

Have a lovely day today and remember to look after one another.
From Mrs Hebblewhite, Croccy, Fred and Boris! xxx

 Worksheets and written activities to consolidate last week's tasks

Our Friends


Make A Circle

Saying "hello"

Days Of The Week Song

Start At The Top Song

Go to the page-top

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