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WED 25/3


Good Morning Year 1 smiley I hope you are all well and are continuing to work hard at home for your grown-ups. The updates I have received from you all will be going live in a super working picture gallery so look out for your pictures there!  Your pictures make me smile as I am missing you all (a lot!) and this shows me you are happy and healthy...please continue to send them to me! I am so glad you had lovely weather again yesterday and the sun was shining so could go outside in your gardens or for walks to get some fresh air. I went outside in the garden yesterday to get some fresh air and started getting ready to plant some new flowers in the garden. I also played tug-of-war with my dog and her new toys.

Wednesday Timetable

Click to listen to Miss Martin tell you the timetable for today

Morning work : In your yellow books, can you draw part whole models for all the number bonds to 10. Remember a number bond is when two numbers add together to make a number. Anumber bond to 10 is two numbrs adding together to make the number 10. See below for an example from Miss Martin. smiley

Phonics:  In your Phonics buster books please complete page 2 (Letters andsounds - part 1) and page 5 (Letters and sounds part 2). There are some great interactive games on the phonics play website for children to play and revise their phonetic skills. Currently, the website is free for parents to sign up to if you log in using the user name: march 20 and the password: home.

Phonics work

In this short clip you can hear Miss Martin explaining and reasing through all of the sounds on the Phonics buster pages she has asked you to complete. I hop you find this useful.

Phonics buster Answers - So you can self mark

In this short video clip Miss Martin is reading through the answers to the phonics buster questions you have just answered so you can self mark the questions.

English:  Looking at your white English packs, can you read through the newspaper article about the enormous turnip and discuss it with your grown up. Turn over the page and follow the instructions at the top of the page and find the key features.

The enormous turnip article read aloud by Miss Martin

The enormous turnip article read aloud by Miss Martin, you can follow along as I read if you wish.

Answers for the newspaper article task

Miss Martin is now going to talk you through a few of the answers that you were searching for using the key criteria.
Maths: We are moving on to look at counting in 5s. Can you find items in your house or outside in your gardens and put them into groupd of 5s. Discuss with your grown-ups why you have made the groups you have. What does the word group mean? How have you sorted your objects in to 5s? What things have you made your groups from?  As always you could take pictures to record your learning and send them to me if you wish.

Computing : Using Purple mash

(Log in : Year1    Password: Year1)   Please notice the capital Y and no gaps.


Click on topics, find animals and scroll down to paint projects. complete the dinosaur picture and label it using the labels provided. We have been learnig about animal classification and groupings and last week in school we talked about how dinosaurs are reptiles and we looked at reptiles in our lesson.

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