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CLASS 1 Thursday 4th June

RHebblewhite - 02 Jun 2020

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

Thursday 4th June

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

Would you like to join in with our Days of the Week song?
I wonder if you can sing it on your own now?


Let's wake ourseleves up with this week's song and dance, 'Milkshake'. 
I wonder if you can remember the words yet?

Image result for milkshake cartoon images

Let's practise our tricky words today. 
Watch it twice. Turn the sound down when you watch if for the second time.
See which tricky words you can read! Afterwards, see how many you can write.

Daisy has sent us her 'silly ur sentence' about Murf the alien.
Would you like to read it?


Watch this story, 
Little Princess, I Want to Win!
How do you think Little Princess felt when she didn't win?
Can you think of a time when you felt like that?

Draw a picture of yourself playing your favourite game. Write a sentence to talk about your picture. Start with I like.... or I play....

Look! I have found a Moana Cosmic Yoga! 



Let's Play 'Bunny Ears' to practise our number bonds to 10.
Grown-ups - With both hands on top of your head, use the fingers on each hand to make a number bond to 5 e.g. show 2 fingers on one hand and 3 on another. Ask your child to tell you the number, copy your fingers
and tell you their 'Number Sentence' (including 'add' and 'equals').
Ask them to try to find another way of making 5. Play again up to 6,7 and 8. 

                    Image result for rabbit ears cartoon image

We are going to have a look more repeating patterns.
Can you remember what an AB pattern might look like?
Make up an AB movement repeating patterns
for your grown-up to copy.

Look! Max has made a repeating pattern for us!
Can you see which colour would come next?

And some of our friends have been practising their repeating patterns!
(double click on the moving image to enlarge)

Today, we are going to make ABC and AABB picture patterns.
Watch these videos. Afterwards make your own ABB and AAB patterns.

Go back to the top to find more repeating pattern worksheets.

Here are some fun ways to make your patterns.
Send me a picture of your pattern for our class page. 
Let's see if our friends can carry on the pattern!

Fruit and Veggie Prints (With images) | Diy stamp, Diy painting ...  Denver Primary School - Repeating Patterns
 Lego Art: Colorful Lego Printing {Artistic Lego Activity}Pretty repeating patterns jewellery craft for kids - NurtureStore

Look! I have found an Octonauts video for you to watch!
Go back to the top to download a colour and count sea creatures page.

 Look! I have found a lovely story! I think that you might know this one!

Perhaps you would like to make a lollystick puppet and join in with the story?

Our favourite free resources from Twinkl | World book day ...

Spot the rhyming words. What sound does gruffalo, mouse and fox start with?
Look around your house for other words that start with the same sound.
Can you 'robot-talk' fox? Now try 'hen, pig, dog, rat'.

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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