Year 1: 1J
Your Teaching Team are Miss James and Mr Wright.
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It is important that you email email@example.com the home learning you have been doing so I am able to keep a record. Please also keep the work, so we can stick it into books once children are back in school.
Today at 1:30 - please log onto your teams and we will have a meeting so we can all see each other again! I am going to read a story to the class.
I look forward to seeing you all soon!
This term our topic is: Splendid Skies
Imagine floating high above land and sea on a bed of clouds, silently sweeping by on a billowing breeze. Back down to earth, let’s take a walk outdoors. But what should we wear? Wellington boots? A sun hat? Maybe a warm coat? How do we know what the weather will be like today? Read and write poems and postcards, and, if you don’t like today’s weather report, why not write your own? Make a weather station to find out more about the weather in your area. What weather do you prefer? Sunshine, snow, storms or showers? Get your wellies on and let’s go.
Soft fur, sharp claws and twitching whiskers. What’s your favourite animal? One that meows? One that barks? Or maybe one that scurries or slithers? From pets at home to animals in the zoo, let’s find out what animals like to eat and where they like to sleep. Do you know how to look after a rabbit? A cat? Or even a snake? Find out how the elephant got his trunk and how the rhinoceros got his leathery skin. Perhaps you know how the dog got his waggy tail? Can you make a food chain to show who eats who? Who is a herbivore and who is a carnivore? When a gaggle of mysterious pets arrive at the local pet shop, it’s up to you to take care of them. Feed them, clean them and discover their daily needs. After all that work, curl up and take a cat nap.
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Please can I remind you the importance of e-safety. Please watch the video and have a conversation with your child about the importance of being safe online. Some children might like to create a poster that we could display in the classroom.