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Mon 11/1


Good Morning Year 1 laugh


I hope you all had a fabulous weekend and have recharged your brains ready for another busy week of home learning. This week is week 2 of our home learning (it's going so fast!) and I want you all to continue to work hard at home (or in school) for your grown-ups. The updates I have received from you all will go in a super picture gallery at the beginning of each new day so look out for your pictures there! I have just set up a new gallery below for all your fabulous learning from Friday.


Keep up the amazing work, I am proud to be your teacher and now your grown-ups can see why as you are showing them how hard you work and how beautiful your work is!laugh

Friday's fabulous learning gallery!


The morning work for today is a picture comprehension. You need to click on the link below to access the google form. Here you can see the picture and use that to answer the questions. Please do not forget to type your name in question 6 so Miss Martin knows who has completed the work.

Revision of the 'oo' 'u_e' 'ue' and 'u' sounds.


Can you write a list of 5 words for each sound?  Can you draw a picture to match each of the words?

Remember to save them so you can show Miss Martin later.

In English this week we are going to be looking at the tradtional tale of Little Red Riding Hood. Today Miss Martin would like you to watch and listen to the story of Red Riding Hood. Then, using the story map and pictures below Miss Martin would like you to create a stroy map for the story and talk about the story with your grown-ups.

Red Riding Hood story map explanation

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In this Video you will hear and see Miss Martin talking you through and explaining the worksheet for today to you. You can do it along with Miss Martin and pause the video when you need to and press play again when you want to carry on.

Today in our Handwriting lesson we are going to be looking at letter families. These are groups of letters that are formed in the same way. The first letter we are going to be looking at is the letter i, this comes from the long ladder letter family.


Please complete the worksheets below and if you would like to practice the letter i and it's formation please access the letter join website by followign these instructions: 


click on the following link to access the website: 

The log in is as follows, username : tfps_2     password: thythorn2

(Please note there are no capitals in the password or the log in)


Once on the letter join website, please click on easy letters and you will see in the scrolling menu at the bottom letters, please watch how  the letter l is formed and then have a go on screen using your mouse.

Handwriting explained and modelled by Miss Martin

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In this video Miss Martin talks through the worksheet and shows you how to complete it. You can pause and play the video whenever you need to.

Today in our PSHE lesson we are going to be looking at the topic of stranger danger and thinking about who are un-safe strangers and who are safe strangers. Miss Martin has chosen this because of the link it could have to the story of Red Riding Hood and how her mother tells her to go straight to her Granny's house and not to talk to anyone along the way.


Please look through the powerpoint presentation with your grown-up about safe and unsafe strangers and complete the worksheet to go with it. Miss Martin has also made a video to explain the worksheet step by step for you. You can play and pause the video as you need to. 

Stangers and safer strangers worksheets explained and modelled by Miss Martin

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Today's story is a little like Jack and the beanstalk, I wonder if you can spot what is the same and what is different about this and the traditional story for Jack and the beanstalk.

A bean, a stalk and a boy named Jack read by Miss Martin

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