Welcome to Class 1!
Welcome to our Home Learning!
We, you and your grown ups all need to work together to make sure that the learning doesn't stop, so let's all do our best to help each other!
Please send us an email if there is anything you need help with or if you'd like to share some of your learning - firstname.lastname@example.org.
We miss you and look forward to seeing you all again!
Love from Ms Griffiths, Mrs East and Mrs Lavington
NEW! email me for your username and password so you can access a brand new website!
WHAT'S NEW on our class page?
1/4 - Handwriting - letter formation video link, letter formation reference chart, letter families practice sheets, upper- and lowercase letter formation practice sheets; Maths - capacity activities from Miss East
31/3 - Reading - 21 reading comprehension activities; Class 1 Home Learning Photo Gallery
30/3 - Reading - letter to parents re Oxford Owl e-books
26/3 - Phonics - split digraph activities u_e and e_e, Maths - activity mats and spring activity booklet
First of all, we know you are desperate to find out
The Great Fire of London!
Here are some links to follow and activities to do.
By the end you should be able to answer to these:
- Can I describe some of the ways in which London has changed?
- Can I describe some of the ways in which how we live now is different and similar to how people lived in 1666?
- Can I find out about how the Great Fire started and spread across London?
- Can I explain how we know about the Great Fire of London?
- Can I describe how London was rebuilt after the Great Fire?
- Can I show what I have learned about the Great Fire of London?
Let's continue our learning of split digraphs.
Use the free access username: march20 and password: home
Welcome to Story Writing Bingo!
Read the questions below and have a think about your answers.
How many different ideas can you come up with?
Choose your favourite idea and write a story.
- Capital letters
- Finger spaces
- Full stops
- Use your phonics for spelling
- Challenge yourself to join two sentences with 'and' (only TWO sentences at a time or else we'll end up with an and...and...and...and...and...and story!)
- Challenge yourself to use adjectives (describing words) OR, even better, adjective STRINGS (more than one adjective in a row)
Have fun writing! I can't wait to read some of your stories!
We have been practising our handwriting by focusing on one letter family at a time:
curly caterpillars (c,a,d,g,q,e,s,f,o) - all start with a curve
ladder letters (l,i,t,u,j,y) - all begin with a downward stroke
one-armed robots (r,b,n,h,m,k,p) - all begin with a downward stroke and up again without lifting the pencil
zigzag monsters (v,w,x,z) - have diagonal strokes
Here are some demonstration videos:
Keep moving! If you can't go outside, here are some fun videos to keep you active.
Remember to take breaks between your learning!
PE with Joe (The Body Coach)
Jack Hartman (grown ups, you're going to LOVE this guy)
Cosmic Kids Yoga
Follow this link to the Tate website where you can do your very own artwork and send it to the virtual gallery!
Explore the website for other fun ideas!