Menu
Home Page

Monday

Monday

RWI

You will need the ‘oo’ and ‘ew’ writing sheet.

Our sounds for today are ‘oo’ and ‘ew’. Before you complete the activity, say the sounds first, look at the pictures in each box and then write the words that match each picture by sounding them out each time. Once you have completed the first part of the activity, you will then need to choose 4 of the objects and put the words into an interesting sentence.

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

 

READING

Share a book of your choosing with an adult. Spend 20 minutes reading and discussing what you have read.

ENGLISH

Handwriting

Today in our handwriting we are going to look at writing some of our key Year 1 words. We would like you to pay particular attention to which letters are taller than the others and make sure these letters touch the line above.

Find the example sheet that we have written out for you and copy the words underneath where we have done them.

Words we are practising: the, like, said, could, where

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

MATHS

You will need the + and – calculation sheet from the website and a pencil today. Don’t worry if you can’t print the sheet, you can copy one calculation at a time and answer it just as you would from the white board at school.

The sheet is split into 3 sections this week. Answer all the calculations in Section 1. If you manage to complete all of these then move on to section 2 and 3 as well. Remember to think carefully about the different strategies we have been using in school. Counting on/back from the largest number.

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using you class email address.

 

TOPIC

You will need the ‘Science fun’ explanation sheet. You will also need an egg, four glasses of water, some sugar, salt and flour.

The sheet gives you instructions on how to carry out a fun investigation trying to get an egg to float in a glass. Gather the equipment you are going to need and have fun experimenting!

Let us know if you manage to get the egg to float at all and what you needed in order to achieve this!

Why not also have a look in our additional activities folder this week and have a go at the ‘Rubbery Egg’ experiment as well?

Top