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CLASS 1 Thursday 21st May

RHebblewhite - 19 May 2020

Thursday 21st May

Good Morning Class One!
I hope you are having a lovely week so far!
I really enjoyed seeing your snail homes and your 
underwater creations yesterday!

 

 Our Class Baby Shark Song is almost finished!
We ust need one or two more baby sharks!!
Would you like to join in and send me your groovy moves?!

Look! Jack has made a cool underwater den! 
Why don't you look in your information books to find out what you 
would find in the ocean and make your own!



 

 
Helpful Hands! 

   Look at these helpful hands!

Tommy fed his cows, Isaac made a fitness course for Alan
and Ezra looked after his plants yesterday! 

 




Well done for helping your grown-up yesterday.
Your job today is to Sort our your books.  

Can you put all the information books together and all the story books together?
Can you sort the dinosaur books from the animal books?
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Talk about the features of books and special pages
that we see in information books.
Don't forget to read a book when you stop for a break!


Phonics 

Ezra has written a superbe silly sentence all on his own!
Can you read it?
 
 

 
Look! Jack has been working hard to practise his letter formation!
(If you look at Tuesday's page, you can have a go too!)


 
   Look! Charlie has been working hard to practise his tricky words! 
He will have to work hard to gets those treats too! 

 
Shall we practise our letter names?




Maybe you could play 'I spy' to practise our letter names!

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Would you like to make and write in a really cool card today?
George made a virtual hug card
to send to his grandma! What a great idea!


 


Maths


 Can you help Croccy and I to make our very own 'Number Words' powerpoint? 

Choose your favourite number between 1 and 10. Go and find 'that many' toys.
Write your number word and its digit.
Send me your picture! Can you read my number word?
 

 

   Projects 

Here are some activities for our project this week:

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about life in and around the sea. Learning may focus on the strange and wonderful creatures and plants that occupy our oceans, their habitats and how human beings affect this environment.

Listen to the story, ‘The Snail and the Whale’
● Take your child on a snail hunt around the garden. Can they think about the places a snail might want to live?
● Show your child a picture of a sea snail. Ask, how is it different from the snails they found in the garden?
● Have a Snail Race- Use chalk to draw out lines on the ground (or sticks to mark out the lines) to create a race track. Place your snails at the starting line and watch them go! You could give your child a timer to measure how long it takes for the snails to make their way across. Share a picture of the winning snail on Twitter at #TheLearningProjects Make your own ‘Under the Sea’ Scene
Watch this video of the coral reef
https://safeyoutube.net/w/PwS5
Talk about the animals you can see. What are the animals called?
● Use junk modelling or craft items you have around your house to create the scene. You could even add in natural objects e.g. grass as seaweed. Counting Undersea Creatures
Make your own Fishing Game
● Make a fishing rod using a stick or similar (a wooden spoon would work well!). Tie some string on to one end and tie a magnet onto the end of the string (you could use a fridge magnet).
● Using the rod, your child could explore which items are attracted to the magnet around the house Explore Floating and Sinking
● Fill up a bowl, sink or basin and provide your child with a range of objects to explore. Which ones float and which sink? Ask them why they think they float/ sink? CHALLENGE: Keep a record of the objects that float and sink? This could be using pictures or written. 
 
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



 

Make A Circle






Saying "hello"





    
Days Of The Week Song






Start At The Top Song
 



 

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