We hope that you are managing well through these times. I will keep updating the page with work, updating MyMaths and Bug Club so that you always have work for your child. I am always available to chat via email, phone or Zoom- just let me know if you would like me to. Either Mrs Radcliffe or I will try to phone you at some point every week so if you have an unknown number it may be us!
The Year 1 home learning packs can be found by clicking on the stars.
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The question for Spring 2 is... Is anyone out there? We will be looking to encourage children to check their own work for capitals, spaces and full stops. We will also be looking at exclamation marks and question marks!
On Tuesday afternoon, children will have PE and then come home in their PE kits with ther unifroms in their PE kit bag.Children are expected to come into school on Friday wearing their PE kits. They will need to bring their PE kit bag with their unifrom inside so that they can get changed again after their lesson and before lunch. Lunchtime can be messy!
Phonics is of great importance in Year 1. We build on the phase 3 and 4 sounds taught in Year R, learning phase 5 and mastering blending with fluency. The children will be able to read both real words and made up words, adding sound buttons to identify the different sounds in the words.
I can't recommend watching Mr Thorne Does Phonics on YouTube highly enough. It will enable you to ensure your child is correctly saying the sounds as well as reinforcing their learning. For a fun, interactive website that echoes the games played in school to make learning fun I would suggest PhonicsPlay. Teach Your Monster To Read is another great site, as is Phonicsbloom.
Mr Thorne- https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLqh11DN6jmbC-OTx1N8jpEo6uCTeTDszR
Please see examples of sound buttons alongside the different phase sounds mats at the bottom of this page.