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CLASS 1 Wednesday 3rd June

RHebblewhite - 01 Jun 2020

Here is a link to OneDrive, where you can find activities that complement our activities.
I will be adding activities daily. Mrs H x

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Wednesday 3rd June

Good Morning Class One, I hope you are having a lovely week so far!

Here's our Days of the Week song.
I wonder if you would like to do your own actions when you hear the clapping!

What day is it today? Can you write the number in today's date?
Do you know which month and season we are in?



 
You might like to do a bit of exercise to start the day!
Join in with this week's song and dance, 'Milkshake'. 
Why don't you give it a go?
You could even send me a video clip to show your friends, in this week's Wonderful Work gallery! (class1@gfschools.co.uk)
 

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Phonics
Would you like to practise your letter formation, using a fun appIf you have an ipad, you can use your finger to trace on top of the letters and if you have a laptop you can follow the shape with your finger on the screen. If you're at school, you could watch the IWB and copy using your whiteboard and pen.
 

Can you remember the sound we looked at yesterday? The 'ur' sound!
Can you remember the action, like a food mixer! 
Can you remember any words with an 'ur' sound? 

Here are some alien friends of Obb and Bob! 
Can you read their names?


Gurn       Murf            Bur
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Can you read my silly sentences that I have written about them?
 

 
 There are some worksheets to practise writing our 'ur' words
at the top of our class page.

Or perhaps you could write a 'silly 'ur' sentence' about our alien friends for your friends to read on our class page tomorrow.
You could use some of our 'er' words too.
Talk about what you want to write with your grown-up,
then try to sound out and write your sentence on your own.
Try to write on a line and don't forget to draw a picture too! 
Choose from these words. You might want to start your sentece,
Murf is a... or Bur can.. or Gurn has a....

turn, fern, burn, 

 surf, turf, nerf(!)

purr, fur, her

              

Do you need a rest after all that hard work?
I have just the thing! A Tiny T-Rex Cosmic Yoga! 
(This is about 20 minutes, Mrs Peel!)




Maths

Would you like to Play 'Hide the Teddy' to learn to count to 30 today? Hide your toy from your grown-up and help them to find it, by counting.
Make your voice louder as they get closer to its hiding place!


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Today we are going to have a look at our repeting patterns again. Let's start with some movement patterns. Watch this video clip and join in.
 Can you make up some repeating movement AB and ABC patterns for your grown-up or your friends to copy?



If you would like to try a worksheet to practise your repeating patterns,
can find them at the top of today's page.


Or why not use or make an instrument to practise your repeating patterns and take turns to copy your grown-up? Perhaps you could go outside and do some jumping, hopping and running patterns? Send me your video clips!
 
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Look! I have found a lovely video story for you to watch!
Talk to your grown-up about the types of jobs we do on farms.
Would you like to be a farmer?

Perhaps you would like to do some farmyard cutting and sticking?
You can find it at the top of our class page.






 

 Here is a story that you might like to watch to finish your day! Kitchen Disco!
Can you join in? Can you find the rhyming words?

You might like to do some Teddy Bears Picnic colouring, which
you can find at the top of our class page.





This week's project

 
 The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about sports and games. Learning may focus on the history of sport, sporting-heroes, physical challenges and performance.
Ball Games
● Play a game of catch with a ball - when you drop the ball, you lose a point. You could record points using a tally chart and count up who has the most points at the end. CHALLENGE: See if you can catch the ball standing further apart, catch with one hand or use a smaller ball.
Play Skittles
● If you have a set of skittles, you’re ready to go, if not you can make your own skittles using plastic bottles. Take a plastic bottle and partly fill with soil/ stones or sand to weigh it down. If you don’t have plastic bottles available you could use tin cans for an alternative version. Ask your child to count how many skittles there are to begin with. Roll the ball at the skittles and ask your child to count how many they have knocked over. Can they work out how many are left? CHALLENGE: You could write this out as a subtraction number sentence e.g. if you start with 5 skittles and knock over 2 your child would write 5 - 2. Ask them to count how many are left to find the answer 5 - 2 = 3

Competition Time
● Have a time challenge. Give your child an action to do e.g. hop, skip, jump, clap or star jump. how many can they do in one minute. Keep a record of the scores. Ask everyone in the house to have a go! 
Parts of the Human Body 
● Ask your child which parts of their body they use to run? To do a handstand? Draw the parts of the body and for a challenge ask them to label them using their phonics knowledge. 
Create your own Junk Modelled Football Pitch 
● Using a lid of a shoe box or similar container, help your child to cut out two holes on each end as the goals. If you have green card or paper, stick this in the base, if not you can colour in plain paper using a crayon. Draw out the marking on the pitch using crayons or felt tips. When finished, stand your football pitch on a box on the table. Using something ball-like (e.g. a sweet), take turns aiming at your partner’s goal whilst the other tries to save the goal. If you score you get to eat the sweet! CHALLENGE: Write instructions to play your game e.g. 1. Put the ball in. 2. Flick at the goal. 3. Eat the sweet! 

Have fun Class One and remember to look after yourselves and each other!
Love from Mrs Hebblewhite, Fred the Ted, Boris and Croccy! xxx

 
 
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