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CLASS 1 Tuesday 9th June

RHebblewhite - 05 Jun 2020

Here is a OneDrive link to worksheets that complement this week's activities:

Tuesday 9th June

Good Morning Class One, I hope you have had a great start to the week!

Have you tried this week's song?
It's about a dog called BINGO!
Remember, you can you send me your videos of your 'groovy moves'
to share with your friends!

Would you like to practise our letter names?
Join in with this song! Mrs Hebblewhite Had A Farm!
Can you say the letter names in your name? 
(Click on the 'play' icon and then double click on the screen to enlarge).

Can you remember our sound of the week? 'Oi'.
Cup your hands around your mouth,
as if you're a sailor, shouting 'oi'!
Join in with the song.

Join in with this video powerpoint to practise reading your 'oi' words.
Grown-ups, you will need to use the 'pause' button (bottom left).
(Click on the 'play' icon, then double click on the screen to enlarge).

Go to the link at the top of our page, to practise writing your 'oi' words.

You will find two worksheets, beginning 'Tuesday'.

Look! Someone had fun joining in with our Jungle exercise video!

Today I have found 
Farm Animal
 Exercise Video.


We're going to look at our 'doubles' again today.
Can you remember what a 'double' is?
Where do we have doubles on our bodies?
Look carefully at this picture. Count the spots on each side.
Can you tell me a Maths number sentence?
'Double 6 is....'

Our doubling butterflies, children print dots on one side of the ...

Ask your grown-up to show you a small tower (1-5 bricks) or a small group of objects. Can you use your fingers to find the double of that number? Practise the number sentence, 'Double...is...'.

Can you join in with this number doubles song?

If you are have the Powerpoint App, watch this interactive powerpoint,
to practise your doubles.
Join in by clicking on the bricks and the number machine.


You will find lots of fun worksheets at the top of the page,
to practise finding your own doubles. 

Here are some fun ways to practise making doubles,
in case you missed them yesterday!

Hands-on Maths How to Teach DoublingWilly Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Play Dough! - The ...Our doubling butterflies, children print dots on one side of the ...Fractions and Doubles | Fractions, Early childhood math

Our project this week is all about rainforests. Here is a lovely repeating song for you to join in with, called 'Walking Through The Jungle'. 
In the song we need to travel all around the world,
so you might want to stand up to join in!
Can you guess what you might see in: The jungle, ocean, desert, polar region?

There are some nice rainforest colouring pages at the top of the page.


Here is a 'Little Einsteins' Episode to end a busy day!

It's called 'Whale Tale'. (It's 24 minutes long)

This week's project

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about the world’s rainforests. Learning may focus on the plants, animals and insects that inhabit the rainforest, food that originates there and weather patterns. It could look at plants and animals that can be found in the garden too.
Which Animals Live in the Rainforest? 
● Watch this video about animals in the rainforest. Can your child tell you about some of the animals that live in the rainforest? Can they remember any facts? Can they describe the animals?.
● Ask your child to make their own explorers outfit (e.g. binoculars, sunhat, backpack) and head out to the garden or on your daily walk. What creatures can your child find? Are they similar to any you might see in the rainforest? Take photographs.
Draw a Picture of a Rainforest Animal on the Computer.
● Ask your child to draw a picture of a rainforest animal. Can they use computing software to recreate their picture? Try Paint.
Play the Animal Jungle Quiz.
● Listen to the clues. Can you match the clue to the correct animal?
Create your own jungle. 
Drag the animals onto the picture. Where do you think the animals should go? Why? i.e. on the ground, in the trees…
● Use collage to create your own rainforest animal using recycled materials from around the house. Share your finished creation to inspire others on Twitter at #TheLearningProjects.
Make an Animal Home.
● Create an animal home e.g. a bug hotel using things from the garden. Use a plastic tub or cardboard box. Ask your child what the animal will need in the home in order to survive.
STEM Learning Opportunities #sciencefromhome Rainforest Materials
● A rainforest has lots of tall trees and grows in warm countries that have a lot of rain. People use the wood from the trees to make paper and furniture. They also take lots of ingredients like sugar and oil to make food. Here you can find a list of food and ingredients that grow in rainforests.
● What plants can we find in the garden? Can you name the different parts of a plant? Stem, leaves, branches, roots, flower? Try using some of the material found in your garden to make something useful. For example, a nature paint brush. Additional learning resources parents may wish to engage with White Rose Maths online maths lessons. Watch a lesson video and complete the worksheet (can be downloaded and completed digitally).

Have a great week, everyone!
Love from Mrs Hebblewhite, Fred the Ted, Boris and Croccy! xxx

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