Year 1 Home learning links week 1 –
Good morning everyone!
It’s strange not seeing you all today but we hope that you are keeping safe.
We gave you all a letter with your work pack which gave some activities that you can work on.
An nice idea would be to write a couple of sentences – like a diary, each day to say what you are doing. We can share these when we see you.
Take some time to bake a cake, do some gardening or play a board game. Don’t forget to send me a photo on purple mash!
Alongside this all other tasks will be updated on here – I have added morning maths for this week.
In My Maths, I have set activities based around number and capacity this week
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Children have their own individual log ins – activities are set
Children should continue to work on Spelling Shed – we are focussing on split vowel digraphs and Common Exceptional Words
Children have their own individual log ins
A range of games and activities are available on Phonics Play – please focus on phases 3-5
This is currently free with the username/password provided on the site when using a laptop.
There are 3 activities set up this week on Spag.com
Children have a password for this site
Everyone has a Teach your monster to read log in – the link for the website is https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/
The children also have a log in for www.purplemash.com – I would just like them to explore the site this week and try some of the games on there.
All children have been given a handwriting book and letter formation sheet to practise correct formation of individual letters.
The children sometimes enjoy some yoga as a way to relax – here’s a link to try this week https://youtu.be/Rzw-Oir8UPw
Joe Wicks PE Workout each day – https://youtu.be/Rz0go1pTda8
If your child is having any problems with this please ask them to e mail me through www.purplemash.com computing/2 email as we have been through this in class. A guide is available on this page (for parents) of how to do this if your child cannot remember.
Stay safe everyone and we hope to see you all soon.
Mrs Lloyd and Mrs Forshaw