► TUESDAY'S TIMETABLE
Good Morning Year 1
I hope you all had a fabulous day yesterday and managed to complete some super work with your grown-ups. I just wanted to mention, I am loving the beautiful pictures of your writing and PSHE from yesterday, some of you are trying so hard and I am very proud of you all! Look out for your amazing work in the gallery below!
► MORNING WORK
Revision of the 'ee' 'e_e 'ea' and 'e' 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.
Today in our PSHE lesson we are going to be looking at how to cross the road safely and what we should do when we are going to cross the road. This is especially important on the way to and from school or even when you are crossing the road to go to the park and other places.
Today Miss Martin would like you to look through the powerpoint presentation with your grown-ups and then complete the cut and stick activity. There is also a song from an advert (from when MIss Martin was your age!) it is about helping people to understand the dangers of crossing the road safely, and includes the slogan "Stop.Look.Listen.Live". Miss Martin has also recorded a video talking you through the worksheet should you need to have some help and guidance.
► QUIET READING
On a Tuesday afternoon, we usually take some time to allow the children some quiet reading time where they can choose to read any book they wish from the classroom or their own school reading books. Whilst this is happening the staff will change their reading books. Please allow your child some time this afternoon to sit quietly and enjoy a book they wish to read independenly.
If you have read all your reading books from school, you can read some phonetically decodable comics online.These can be found at Decodable comics (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk) or you could access the Oxford Owl website which is an ebook library where you can choose from the ages 4 - 7 or 7 - 9 for reading. You can log in by :
Click here to take you to the website : Oxford Owl for School and Home