For this week, if you wish to join in with the afternoon topic learning on Tuesday and Wednesday you will need one small balloon, newspaper or thin paper and some PVA glue to make a paste. We will be making paper mache hot air balloons.
If you would like to complete this activity but do not have these things at home, please let Miss Martin know and she can arrange for you to collect a balloon and some paper from the school office ready for Tuesday's lesson.
► MONDAY'S TIMETABLE
Good Morning Year 1
I hope you all had a fabulous weekend and have recharged your brains ready for another busy week of home learning. This the last (yay!) week of our home learning 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 have been super and I am loving the updates you are adding to your SEESAW accounts. Remember to look at the class blog on SEESAW so you can see what your friends have been up to.
Let's smash this last week! The end is in sight!
Zoom Tuesday 2nd March 11-11.45
Unfortunately there will not be a zoom meeting for Year 1 tomorrow morning as I am having to attend a training course and I can not be in two places at once. However, I am available via email and SEESAW all day for you to send me lots of questions, pictures, videos and updates of your fabulous work!
► MORNING WORK
In the video Miss Martin and George will introduce you to a new phase 5 sound each day and re-cap the phase 3 and 4 flashcards. For the lesson you will need either a whiteboard and pen or a piece of paper an a pen or pencil. Enjoy!
In English this week, we are going to be looking at hot air balloons and find out lots of interestng facts all about them. Today we will watch a presentation all about hot air balloons and then answer some short comprehension questions. Please watch the presentation below and then read the passage of text on the attached document to answer the questions.
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 q, this comes from the curly caterpillar letter family.
Please complete the worksheets below and if you would like to practice the letter q and it's formation please access the letter join website by following these instructions:
click on the following link to access the website: https://www.letterjoin.co.uk/log-in.html
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 q is formed and then have a go on screen using your mouse.
►TOPIC - THE HISTORY OF FLIGHT
In our topic learning today we are going to be learning about the history of flight. Miss Martin has recorded the presentation for you to watch below and has included it below as a document should you wish to look back through it. There is a worksheet for you to complete all about the history of flight too.