Year 1 Home Learning Resources

Welcome to Year 1’s home learning page! We hope you are all well and looking after each other at home. Below are some suggested resources that you can select activities from. This is not compulsory and many of the activities we have provided allow children to revisit and revise skills and knowledge previously taught in school. We want our children to be happy and mentally healthy during this period of time so find what suits your child and family, that may be daily bursts or following a structured timetable. Please also visit our 'Wellbeing' page and 'SEN Resources' for some activities which children can complete independently for a learning break or some quiet time.

 

To children - your teachers and everyone at school are really missing you. Here is a special letter we have written for you. We hope to see you soon!

 

Year 1 Home Learning Resources – 13.07.20

Maths

Daily - White Rose maths session.

Daily maths session including a video and follow up questions/activities. All resources will be saved onto our home learning page and accessed below. We do not expect you to complete every task here, however, each ‘step’ builds on from the next so work through them in the right order at your own pace. 

Click here to go to White Rose Year 1 Home Learning

Week commencing 13th July– Please remember to ignore the dates and complete the steps in order as the ‘small steps’ follow a sequence of lessons/concepts. If you have followed the sequence of lessons so far that we have set for home learning, then you should now be onto Summer Term Week 9.

Summer Term Week 9              

Lesson 1 – Counting to 100

Lesson 2 – Partitioning numbers

Lesson 3 – Comparing numbers 1

Lesson 4 – Comparing numbers 2

Please find below the activity sheets for each day. The videos can still be accessed by following the White Rose link above.

White Rose Year 1 - Week 9

 

Phonics

Daily phonics lessons are still available online. They are based on the Letters and Sounds scheme used in schools and can be found Monday to Friday, throughout the Summer Term by clicking here

10 AM – Reception Summer Term – Phase 3 and 4

10:30 AM – Year 1 Summer Term – Phase 5

11 AM – Phase 2 recap

Here are some other phonics activities and ideas:

 

English

This weeks activities are transition based activities for you new class animal.

Here is a list of which class animal you will be next year.

  • Year 1 Hedgehogs ------ Year 2 Parrots
  • Year 1 Bees ------ Year 2 Meerkats
  • Year 1 Turtles ------ Year 2 Frogs

Reading activity

Research your new class animal. Here are a list of questions to help you get started.

  • What is your class animal called?
  • Where does it live?
  • What does it like to eat?
  • What are the babies of your animal called?
  • Which animal group does your animal belong to?
  • Is it a carnivore, omnivore or a herbivore?

 

Writing activity

Using the facts that you have learnt about your new class animal, create your own information book/ poster about your animal. Don’t forget to give your book/poster a title and to decorate it with lost of colourful pictures!

 

Spelling

Practice spelling all of your year 1 common exception words using the list to help you. 

Challenge – Have a go at writing the words in sentences!

Look at the list of the year 2 common exception words to help you.

 

Other transition activities

  • Draw your new class animal. You could you pencils, paint or collage materials to decorate your animal.

 

  • Do you have any questions about Year 2? Use the question prompts to help you think of your own questions that you can ask your new teacher when you are back at school.

 

  • We have had a fantastic time in Year 1. Think of something that you have enjoyed doing this year and create your own memory poster. Here are some examples to help you:
  • Christmas play
  • Pirate day
  • Learning about our ‘Explorers’ topic
  • PE lessons with a sports coach
  • Visiting the library
  • Playing in the quiet corner

 

 

Year 1 Home Learning Resources - 06.07.20

Maths

Daily - White Rose maths session.

Daily maths session including a video and follow up questions/activities. All resources will be saved onto our home learning page and accessed below. We do not expect you to complete every task here, however, each ‘step’ builds on from the next so work through them in the right order at your own pace. 

Click here to go to White Rose Year 1 Home Learning

Week commencing 6th July– Please remember to ignore the dates and complete the steps in order as the ‘small steps’ follow a sequence of lessons/concepts. If you have followed the sequence of lessons so far that we have set for home learning, then you should now be onto Summer Term Week 8. All other resources for previous/ following weeks can be found on our KS1 Mathematics curriculum page

Summer Term Week 8              

Lesson 1 – Arrays

Lesson 2 – Doubles            

Lesson 3 – Sharing

Lesson 4 – Grouping

Please find below the activity sheets for each day. The videos can still be accessed by following the White Rose link above.

White Rose Year 1 - Week 8

 

 

Phonics

Daily phonics lessons are still available online. They are based on the Letters and Sounds scheme used in schools and can be found Monday to Friday, throughout the Summer Term by clicking here:

10 AM – Reception Summer Term – Phase 3 and 4

10:30 AM – Year 1 Summer Term – Phase 5

11 AM – Phase 2 recap

Here are some other phonics activities and ideas:

 

 

English

Activities have been provided based on the story ‘The Knight and the Dragon’ by Tomie de Paola

 Key vocabulary – fought, rummaged, ancestors, swishing

  • Before reading the book, look at the front cover. Can you make a prediction of what the story is going to be about?
  • Find out the meaning of the words listed as the ‘key vocabulary’ – you could even try writing your own definition!
  • Design your own story map for the story.
  • Create puppets for the characters and re-enact the story.
  • Some of the pages tell the story through pictures instead of words. Pretend you are the author. What would you write for these pages?
  • Create your own book review for the story. Here is a template to help you.
  • Write your own letter from the dragon, inviting the knight to the ‘big battle’.

 

 

Spelling

Ask your grown-up to read these sentences to you. Have a go at writing them down without looking. Think about your writing checklist, when writing your sentences. They all include Year 1 common exception words

  •  I love eating cakes.
  •  Today I am going to see my friends.
  •  The car park is full.
  •  They are going home.
  •  When will your sister get here?

 

Can you put these common exception words into your sentences?

  •  push
  •  put
  •  one
  •  she
  •  they
  •  by

 

Have a go at spelling these words correctly without looking at your words mat.

Word search – Can you make your own word search hiding as many of the Year 1 common exception words as you can?

 

Poetry

An acrostic poem in a poem that uses the letters in the word to begin each line of the poem. The letters are written in capital letters down, rather than across. Have a go at writing your own ‘Dragon acrostic poem.

Dangerous dragons breathe fire

Roars really loud

Always looking for princess’

Giant wings

Over hills they fly

Never been seen

 

 

Foundation subjects

Consolidation week.

This week, we would like you to look back at the archived home learning activities for the foundation subjects and have a chance to 'catch up'. Have a go at any of the activities you would like to do but haven't had chance to complete yet. 

Other fun activities you could have a go at this week: 

  • Take part in our virtual sports day on Thursday 9th July.
  • Have a go at some baking or cooking at home
  • Go for a walk around your local area – can you spot any animals/insects?
  • Watch a new film you haven’t seen before
  • Get in touch with a friend. You could speak to them on the phone, have a video call, write them a letter or go for a walk.

 

 

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Year 1 Home Learning Resources – 29.06.20

Maths

Daily - White Rose maths session.

Daily maths session including a video and follow up questions/activities. All resources will be saved onto our home learning page and accessed below. We do not expect you to complete every task here, however, each ‘step’ builds on from the next so work through them in the right order at your own pace. 

Click here to go to White Rose Year 1 Home Learning

Week commencing 29th June – Please remember to ignore the dates and complete the steps in order as the ‘small steps’ follow a sequence of lessons/concepts. If you have followed the sequence of lessons so far that we have set for home learning, then you should now be onto Summer Term Week 7.  All other resources for previous/ following weeks can be found on our KS1 Mathematics curriculum page

Summer Term Week 7              

Lesson 1 –     Counting in 2’s

Lesson 2 –     Counting in 5’s        

Lesson 3 –     Counting in 10’s

Lesson 4 –     Equal groups 

Please find below the activity sheets for each day. The videos can still be accessed by following the White Rose link above.

White Rose Year 1 - Week 7

 

Phonics

Daily phonics lessons are still available online. They are based on the Letters and Sounds scheme used in schools and can be found Monday to Friday, throughout the Summer Term by clicking here

10 AM – Reception Summer Term – Phase 3 and 4

10:30 AM – Year 1 Summer Term – Phase 5

11 AM – Phase 2 recap

Here are some other phonics activities and ideas:

 

 

English/History –

Activities have been provided based on the non-fiction book ‘The Big Book of Castles’.

Before reading:

This is a non-fiction book, so it will give information and facts.

Look at the title and blurb of the book (slides 1 and 2)

Write 5 questions that you think you might find the answer to in this book. Don’t forget that questions need a question mark.

 

Comprehension:

Read the book. At the bottom of each page there is a box with a question in. Have a go at answering these questions.

Can you answer any of the questions that you wrote?

 

Key vocabulary

Use the glossary to find the meaning of new words. Draw a picture of each word to go with the meaning.

 

Writing task:

Choose one title from the contents page and make your own information page to go with that title. Include some pictures and facts.

Don’t forget to use our writing checklist to help you with your writing.

 

Spelling

Ask your grown-up to read these sentences to you. Have a go at writing them down without looking. Think about your writing checklist, when writing your sentences. They all include Year 1 common exception words.

  • Ask your friend to help you.
  • Put your coat away.
  • Where are you going?
  • There was a fly in my hair.
  • Where has the dragon gone?

Can you put these common exception words into your sentences?

  • Love
  • Said
  • Says
  • His
  • There

 

Have a go at spelling these words correctly without looking at your words mat.

Word search – Can you make your own word search hiding as many of the Year 1 common exception words as you can?

 

Poetry

An acrostic poem in a poem that uses the letters in the word to begin each line of the poem. The letters are written in capital letters down, rather than across. Have a go at writing your own ‘Summer’ acrostic poem.

Scorching hot sun

Under the water keeps you cool

Melting ice lollies

Making memories

Eating ice cream

Ready to play all day

 

 

Foundation subjects

Science/ Geography

 

Weather

Last week you completed your own weather diary. Have a go at completing another one this week too. Can you compare the weather from this week and last. Here is the weather diary activity sheet to help you.

 

Seasons

Summer! Think about the season ‘Summer’. Have a go at answering these questions. You could write your ideas down or talk about them with a family member.

  • What is the weather like in Summer?
  • What activities do you like doing on a hot, sunny day?
  • What food do you like to eat in Summer?
  • When you are outside, what do you notice about the plants and trees in Summer?

 

 

DT

Design and make your own catapult.

Here are some examples:

 

Art –

In Medieval times, all books were hand written and decorated by hand. They were very precious works of art. Have a look through the the PowerPoint to learn about illuminated letters and then have a go at drawing your own.

 

PE –

The School Games Challenges have officially begun and we would like as many of you as possible to represent TEAM BOLDMERE!

The School Games Challenges are a collection of ongoing challenges linked to the School Games developed by the Birmingham School Games Organisers and Sport Birmingham.

The School Games is a National Initiative open to any young person. It forms part of the legacy work after the London 2012 Olympics and is an opportunity for young people to play, compete and represent their school in a wide range of sports and activities

Anyone can have a go at a challenge but you must be between 4-16 years old to submit results and attend a Birmingham Educational Institution. This is a great way of keeping fit and active, whilst having lots of fun!

 

 

RE–

We will be continuing to learn about a different faith each week and creating another page in the booklets you are making. This week we would like you to research what Jewish people believe.

 

 

 

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Year 1 Home Learning Resources – 22.06.20

Maths

Daily - White Rose maths session.

Daily maths session including a video and follow up questions/activities. All resources will be saved onto our home learning page and accessed below. We do not expect you to complete every task here, however, each ‘step’ builds on from the next so work through them in the right order at your own pace. 

Click here to go to White Rose Year 1 Home Learning

Week commencing 22nd June – Please remember to ignore the dates and complete the steps in order as the ‘small steps’ follow a sequence of lessons/concepts. If you have followed the sequence of lessons so far that we have set for home learning, then you should now be onto Summer Term Week 6. All other resources for previous/ following weeks can be found on our KS1 Mathematics curriculum page

Summer Term Week 6              

Lesson 1 –     Measure mass

Lesson 2 –     Compare mass

Lesson 3 –     Introduce capacity and volume

Lesson 4 –     Measuring capacity and volume      

Please find below the activity sheets for each day. The videos can still be accessed by following the White Rose link above.

White Rose Year 1 - Week 6

 

Phonics

Daily phonics lessons are still available online. They are based on the Letters and Sounds scheme used in schools and can be found Monday to Friday, throughout the Summer Term by clicking here

10 AM – Reception Summer Term – Phase 3 and 4

10:30 AM – Year 1 Summer Term – Phase 5

11 AM – Phase 2 recap

Here are some other phonics activities and ideas:

  • Play fastest finger using your sound mat

 

  • Read a word and draw a picture to match

 

 

 

English –

There is no dragon in this story

Activities have been provided based on ‘There is no dragon in this story' by ‘Lou Carter’

Watch the story by clicking here

 

Key vocabulary – captured, fought, rescued

  • Before reading the story, look at the front cover Do you recognise any of these characters? Predict what you think will happen in the story?
  • Find out the meaning of the words listed as the ‘key vocabulary’ – you could even try writing your own definition!
  • Read the story ‘There is no dragon in this story’ here
  • Complete the punctuation activity for the story ‘There is no dragon in this story,’ Rewrite the sentences onto a piece of paper, adding in the correct punctuation.
  • Design your own story map for the story.
  • Create puppets for the characters and re-enact the story.
  • Have a go at writing some questions that you would like to ask the dragon.
  • What happens next? Write your own story for what happens next to the dragon.

Don’t forget to use our writing checklist to help you with your writing.

Spelling

Ask your grown-up to read these sentences to you. Have a go at writing them down without looking. Think about your writing checklist, when writing your sentences. They all include Year 1 common exception words.

  • My friend is coming to my house to play.
  • Come and see what I have made!
  • Push open the door.
  • I love going to school.
  • Are we there yet?

Can you put these common exception words into your sentences?

  • Some
  • School
  • Full
  • Once
  • Today
  • Your
  • They

Have a go at spelling these words correctly without looking at your words mat.

Word search – Can you make your own word search hiding as many of the Year 1 common exception words as you can?

 

Foundation subjects

Science – Materials

Which materials might you find in and around an old castle? Use the castle photograph pack to help you.

 

 

History and Computing

Step back in time to 900 years ago and research Tamworth Castle. Ask a grown – up to help you look at the pictures and video tours. Using the photos, think of questions that you might like to ask to find out more about Tamworth castle.

Create your own information book about all of the facts that you have learnt about Tamworth Castle.

 

 

DT

Use different materials from around your home or construction such as lego, to create your own drawbridge for a castle. You need to make sure that you drawbridge opens and closes! Take a look at some of these examples to give you some ideas. 

 

 

Geography –

Visit the BBC Weather website for Sutton Coldfield. Create your own weather diary for the next 5 days, using symbols to show what the weather is on that day. Use the weather report sheet to help you.

 

 

Art –

Paul Klee is a famous artist. The ‘Castle and Sun’ is a piece of work that he painted.

Look at the painting and think of these questions.

  • Can you tell what the painting is?
  • What shapes can you see in the painting?
  • How might Klee create art like this?

Activity - Create your own ‘Castle and Sun’ picture using 2D shapes. Start off by using a pencil and then use either; pencils, felts, crayons or paint to colour in the shapes.

 

PE -

Continue to listen to BBC Dance KS1 – Let’s Move – Knights, Castles and dragons.

 Click here to explore the medieval topic through dance with Justin. Enjoy listening to the medieval music whilst dancing!

 

RE–

We will be continuing to learn about a different faith each week and creating another page in the booklets you are making. This week we would like you to research what Sikhs believe.

 

 

 

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Year 1 Home Learning Resources – 15.06.20

Maths

Daily - White Rose maths session.

Daily maths session including a video and follow up questions/activities. All resources will be saved onto our home learning page and accessed below. We do not expect you to complete every task here, however, each ‘step’ builds on from the next so work through them in the right order at your own pace. 

Click here to go to White Rose Year 1 Home Learning

Week commencing 15th June – Please remember to ignore the dates and complete the steps in order as the ‘small steps’ follow a sequence of lessons/concepts. If you have followed the sequence of lessons so far that we have set for home learning, then you should now be onto Summer Term Week 5. All other resources for previous/ following weeks can be found on our KS1 Mathematics curriculum page

Summer Term Week 5              

Lesson 1 –     Compare length and height

Lesson 2 –     Measure length 1     

Lesson 3 –     Measure length 2

Lesson 4 –     Introduce weight and mass            

Please find below the activity sheets for each day. The videos can still be accessed by following the White Rose link above.

White Rose Year 1 - Week 5

Here are some activity cards for comparing length and height, which you could also have a go at.

 

 

Phonics

Daily phonics lessons are still available online by clicking here. They are based on the Letters and Sounds scheme used in schools and can be found Monday to Friday, throughout the Summer Term here:

10 AM – Reception Summer Term – Phase 3 and 4

10:30 AM – Year 1 Summer Term – Phase 5

11 AM – Phase 2 recap

Here are some other phonics activities and ideas:

  • Play fastest finger using your sound mats
  • Read a word and draw a picture to match
  • Watch Mr Thorne does phonics videos
  • Here are some Castle topic words for you to practice sounding out.

 

English –

Activities have been provided based on ‘The Paper Bag Princess’ by Robert Munsch.

 

Key vocabulary – fiercest, fiery, tangled, whispered, smartest, banged, magnificent.

 

 

  • Answer the comprehension questions about the story:
  • Why does Elizabeth chase the dragon?
  • Why did Elizabeth wear a paper bag?
  • What does the dragon eat?
  • How long does it take the dragon to fly around the world?
  • Why do you think the book is called ‘The Paper Bag Princess?’ Can you think of another title?

 

  • Design a story map to go with the story.
  • Create puppets for the characters and re-enact the story.

 

Here are some more activities that you could try that are based on our ‘Castle’ Topic

  • Practice learning new topic words by completing the Castle Word search.
  • Use the castle PowerPoint to learn about Castles and write an information page/book including different facts that you have learnt about castles. 
  • Read other castle stories. Have a go at creating your own story board or sequencing pictures.
  • Choose your favourite castle from a story and describe it using your WOW words.

Don’t forget to use our writing checklist to help you with your writing.

 

 

Foundation subjects

 

Science – Float or sink?

Can you investigate how objects float or sink?

Have a go at your own investigation! Find some objects around your home and test whether they float or sink. You could then write up your investigation, explaining what you did and what you found out.

 

 

History –

Castles were built a long time ago and they have developed greatly! A Motte and Bailey castle was the first type of castle that was built. Look at the Motte and Bailey castle PowerPoint to find out more information about Motte and Bailey Castles.

Here are some activities based on Motte and Bailey Castles

 

 

Geography –

There are lots of castles in the United Kingdom. Locate castles near to you and mark them on a map of the UK. Can you remember the 4 countries in the UK and their capital cities? Label these on your maps too!

 

 

DT –

Even the bravest of knights need a shield to protect them! Discuss and look at a range of shields using the ‘Shield PowerPoint’. Think about the different patterns that are used and the shapes that you choose.

 

 

Art –

A coat of arms is a unique design painted on a shield. They are often designs that have been passed on through families.  Design a coat of arms for a castle. Here are some examples for you to have a look at.

 

 

Computing –

Using a paint programme on your computer or tablet, draw and colour your own castle. You could create a bird’s eye view map of a castle. What features lay within the castle walls?

 

 

PE -

Continue to listen to BBC Dance KS1 – Let’s Move – Knights, Castles and dragons. Lesson 2  Justin explorers the medieval topic through dance - Enjoy listening to the medieval music whilst dancing!

 

The School Games Challenges have officially begun and we would like as many of you as possible to represent TEAM BOLDMERE!

 

The School Games Challenges are a collection of ongoing challenges linked to the School Games developed by the Birmingham School Games Organisers (SGO) and Sport Birmingham.

 

The School Games is a National Initiative open to any young person. It forms part of the legacy work after the London 2012 Olympics and is an opportunity for young people to play, compete and represent their school in a wide range of sports and activities.

 

Anyone can have a go at a challenge but you must be between 4-16 years old to submit results and attend a Birmingham Educational Institution. This is a great way of keeping fit and active, whilst also having lots of fun!

 

You can sign up for the School Games at: www.sgochallenge.com

Our school code to enter is: WILSON

 

RE–

We will be continuing to learn about a different faith each week and creating another page in the booklets you are making. This week we would like you to research what Hindus believe. Here are some websites where you could start your researching

Diwali and new beginnings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Updated Year 1 Home Learning Resources – 08.06.20

Year 1 Home Learning Resources

Maths

Daily - White Rose maths session.

Daily maths session including a video and follow up questions/activities. All resources will be saved onto our home learning page and accessed below. We do not expect you to complete every task here, however, each ‘step’ builds on from the next so work through them in the right order at your own pace. 

Click here to go to White Rose Year 1 Home Learning

Week commencing 8th June – Please remember to ignore the dates and complete the steps in order as the ‘small steps’ follow a sequence of lessons/concepts. If you have followed the sequence of lessons so far that we have set for home learning, then you should now be onto Summer Term Week 4.

Summer Term Week 4              

Lesson 1 –     Add by making 10

Lesson 2 –     Subtract within 20   

Lesson 3 –     Add and subtract worded problems 

Lesson 4 –     Compare number sentences            

Please find below the activity sheets for each day. The videos can still be accessed by following the White Rose link above.

White Rose Year 1 - Week 4

 

Phonics

Daily phonics lessons are still available online. They are based on the Letters and Sounds scheme used in schools and can be found Monday to Friday, throughout the Summer Term by clicking here

10 AM – Reception Summer Term – Phase 3 and 4

10:30 AM – Year 1 Summer Term – Phase 5

11 AM – Phase 2 recap

Here are some other phonics activities and ideas:

  • Play fastest finger using your sound mats
  • Read a word and draw a picture to match
  • Watch Mr Thorne does Phonics videos

 

English –

Activities have been provided based on Good Knight Sleep Tight by David Melling.

 

Key vocabulary – echoed, splendid, slurped, quest, slinky, clambered, brim, wailed

  1. Before reading the story, look at the front cover on the Good Knight Sleep Tight PowerPoint. Predict what the story might be about.
  2. Find out the meaning of the words listed as the ‘key vocabulary’ – you could even try writing your own definition!
  3. Read the story using the PowerPoint.
  4. Complete the punctuation activity Good Knight Sleep Tight Punctuation Sentences. Rewrite the sentences onto a piece of paper, adding in the correct punctuation.
  5. Answer the questions about the story on Good Knight Sleep Tight Comprehension Questions.
  6. Design a story map to go with the story.
  7. Create puppets for the characters and re-enact the story.

Don’t forget to use all of these in your writing.

 

 

Foundation subjects

Science – Materials hunt – What materials can you find?

Have a look around your home to find as many different materials as you can. Look at the different objects you have, what are they made from? How many different types of materials can you find? Draw pictures of the objects you find and label them with the material that they are made from.

Here are some examples of different types of materials that you might find:

  • Plastic
  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Glass
  • Fabric
  • Leather
  • Paper

 

 

History –

Lords and Ladies used to live in castles but for castles but many other people also lived in them. For the castle to run properly they need lots of different people to work in them. This week we are going to find out a little bit more about the different jobs people did in the castle.

Have a look at the Castle Job Adverts Posters. Read the ‘Duties’ and ‘Must be’ sections. Which jobs do you think the adverts are describing?

Here is a PowerPoint telling you more information about jobs in a castle.

Have a go at writing your own advert for one of the jobs that might be advertised in a castle.

 

 

Geography -

Have a look at the challenge below! Can you describe the route you would take using North, East, South and West.

 

DT -

Lords and Ladies were very important people, who lived in the castle. To show that they are important people, they wore a crown.

Have a go at designing and making your own crown for a Lord or Lady of the castle. Have a go at designing your crown first thinking of the materials you could use. There is a sheet here to help you if you need it.

Art –

Practise your sketching skills.

A knight is has an important role in a castle. Their job is to protect the Lord and Lady.  Have a go a drawing your own sketch of a knight. Think carefully about the armour that they would wear. Here are some pictures to help you.

Take a look at Rob Biddulph - Draw with Rob on YouTube for some great tutorials on how to draw lots of fun pictures such as racing cars, superhero bears and animals. 

 

 

Computing -

Take a look here  to have a go at the BBC Bitesize computing activities. There are lots of fun videos and activities to help you learn about algorithms. You can have a go at creating your own algorithms and solve puzzles. 

 

 

PE -

Have a listen to BBC Dance KS1 – Let’s Move – Knights, Castles and dragons. Justin explores the medieval topic through dance. Enjoy listening to the medieval music whilst dancing!

Have a go at some of the great Go Noodle videos created by child development experts. They are a great way to practise movement and mindfulness! There are lots of fun videos and channels to choose from.

 

 

RE–

We are continuing with our Beliefs topic this week. We will be continuing to learn about a different faith each week and creating another page in the booklets you are making. This week we would like you to research Islam. Here are some websites where you could start your researching. 

Islam class clips

Eid-al-Fitr

 

 

Please see below links for:

  • home learning grid
  • suggested Twinkl activities - links to resources to go with the suggested activities on the grids.
  • website links – free resources and activities available
  • year group word list
  • phonic sound mats

We hope the activities provide lots of opportunities for fun and enjoyment at home! We will celebrate any work completed at home with the children once school re-opens.

Best wishes,

Year 1 team

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