Good morning Year 1. I hope you enjoyed the maths session that was on yesterday. I am sure it has helped you to practice counting in 10s and knowing how many groups of 10 there are. In today's session you will be looking at how base 10/dienes can be used to support your learning. I know you will not have these at home but you could maybe make a tower of 10 out of lego, or draw and cut out towers of ten to represent your dienes. You will then be using the terms tens (T) and Ones (O) to understand the place value of a two digit number. There is a quiz before and after the lesson if you would like to complete them. Have a good session.
Today you will be having a go at writing your own counting poem. We have written poems before but they can sometimes be a little tricky. The videos in the session will help you to understand what a counting poem is and how you might be able to write one. You will need to remember what a good sentences is made up from too! I know you won't have forgotten as we have had plenty of practice writing sentences.
In this lesson, you will be looking at what scientists are and look like. This will help you to begin your lesson and understand how the weather changes across seasons. You will be reminding yourselves of the different types of weather and comparing this to the seasons. Lastly, you will be beginning your first scientific experiment! You will need a pencil, piece of paper and your weather drawing from last session. Have fun!
Brain break Yoga
Sometimes it is nice to have a break in between doing your work. I have added a Cosmic yoga brain break for you to have a go at if you need to have a good stretch and a break from your school work. Its a fun one!
At the end of last week you had lots of fun counting to 100. In today's lesson we are going to be recognising, reading and writing numbers to 100. Did you practise counting in tens by completing the Count Together by 10s Workout? If you didn't, it would be a good idea to do it now, as it will help you with your Maths lesson. Apart from 100, which is a three digit number, the numbers we will be looking at will be 2 digit numbers. They will have a ones digit and a tens digit. Watch the Place Value video below to make sure you understand what I mean. Once you have watched this you will be ready to click on the lesson video link and start the lesson. Throughout the lesson, you will be asked to stop the video from time to time to complete tasks. Near the beginning of the lesson you will be asked to stop the video to complete a quiz, I have added the link to the quiz below.
You will start today's lesson by practising your high frequency words. To do this, click on the link below and then onto Small Town Superheroes. Go to the "Ena" section and play the "Sight Words" mini game.
After that, you are going to learn to identify and write questions correctly. First watch the video and then work through the three activities in the lesson, completing as much of the work as you can.
In Science today you are going to be learning about the weather and the seasons, you will also be learning about weather forecasts. Before you start the lesson, click on Activity 1 below to complete the quiz. This will help you think about what you already know about the weather. Once you have finished the quiz, click on the lesson (Activity 2). You will have a few activities to complete during the lesson, but you can do these with a pencil and paper.
Welcome back everybody. Did you have a good weekend? I hope you did. Let's start our day by completing the Count Together by 10's Workout. This will not only wake us up and give us energy, it will also prepare us for our Maths lesson today.
Good morning everyone! Well done for yesterday’s hard work. You’re all getting very good at counting and writing numbers 1 - 100. For today’s lesson you’re going to working with numbers to 100. You’ve got a video to watch and three activities to try.
Today’s lesson involves two videos and three activities based on the book ‘Ella Bella Ballerina and a Midsummer night’s dream.’ You’ve got some questions to answer and then you’ve got to use your imagination. Your challenge is to think about what you would see, hear and feel if you were flying over the world. I’m looking forward to reading your imaginative responses!
Following on from your last literacy challenge, I would like you to use your imagination to create some wonderful art work. I’d like you to think about flying over the world and think about all the things you would see. Think about where you’re flying to? Are you flying to a special place? Do things look different from above? I’d like you to draw or paint what you can see. Have fun!
For today’s literacy challenge, you’re going to start with practising letter formation. You’re going to be working on ‘one armed robot letters.’ These are letters that start by going straight down, up and over. Maybe you could practise writing these letters in the air first? You’ve got a video to watch and three activities to try.
As we are due lots of hot, sunny weather I thought it would be a good idea to find out what you know about staying safe in the sun. I’d like you to create a poster or leaflet with lots of useful information and tips on how to stay safe and cool in the heat. I’ve attached a PowerPoint to help. I’m looking forward to seeing your work!