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Class 1R

Welcome to Year 1R Class!

 

 

Welcome to our Home Learning Page 

 

Hi 1R!

Please visit our page regularly to find new and exciting learning opportunities. I will be adding lots of new things so keep visiting our page. Have fun learning with your Families!

From Mrs Luckie

 

  ??  Our Big Question  ??

We will have a 'big question' each week to get us thinking! Explain what you think the answer may be to your family and carers. Why do you think this? Can you use the conjunctions we have been learning in class to explain why you think this e.g. 'because', 'but'.Can you think of examples to support your answers?

'Can one person change the world?' 

 

Riddle Detectives!

Can you work out this riddle? What could you be? why do you think this?

'What is full of holes but can still hold water? '

 

English Task of the Week

 

I wonder…

Have a look at the link: www.pobble365.com

Use this picture to answer the questions provided. Every day, the challenges will change, and different images will appear. Try to make up your own stories and draw pictures about what you think might happen next. 

I would love to see what you have written and any pictures you may have drawn. Email me your creations: abowley@hogarth.essex.sch.uk

 

Photo/Video of the week 

 

We will have a different video or photo each week to inspire our writing using descriptive vocabulary .Use your senses to describe what you would be able to see, hear, feel ,taste, smell and see. Write a description of this. 

 

We can also use the photos/videos to develop our prediction skills: What happens in the video? What do you think will happen next? 

Using adjectives, can you describe the whale? 

 

During the break, have a look at the story of Easter and try and complete the Easter activities.

Here are some activities you can do with your families:

  • Egg and Spoon Race.
  • Place pictures of Easter eggs in your window so that children can look for Easter eggs on their daily walk.
  • Read Easter and Spring Children's Books.
  • Learn and retell the Easter Story.
  • Plant Flowers.
  • Decorate an Easter Egg Tree.
  • Make Chocolate Fondue.
  • Create Easter Crafts.
  • Make pop up Easter cards.

 

Maths Challenge

Find 4 different objects that you have a lot of- this could be lego, pasta, cheerios or anything else that you have in your home.

Using the 4 different objects, create a repeating pattern. 

Now, decide on a dance move that you could use to represent each of your objects and try it out. You have created your own repeating pattern, dance routine! 

Do you like your routine? If you want to change your dance routine, change your pattern so that they still match. 

When you are happy with your repeating pattern and dance routine, teach it to a member of your family. 

 

 

Times Tables 

I have added some tests that you can use to help you to remember your times tables. Please look at the link below. If you do not have a printer at home, you could write down your calculations on paper. 

 

 

If you have any maths related queries that I can help you with, please email me at: vslade@hogarth.essex.sch.uk and I will do my best to email you back as quickly as I can. Thank you, Mrs Peacock. 

 

 

Suggested Year 1 Timetable 

Daily reading

Phonics/Year 1 common exception words 

English/Writing activity  

Maths

Lunch

Alternate: Science/ Topic/Physical activity

Kids yoga and mindfulness to STAY STRONG 💪🌈

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Music

Hello to my Hogarth music lovers!

If you go to the 'enrichment' icon on the home webpage there is an assembly song tab with lots of songs for you to sing along to at home!

Choir and music makers you know where to find all your own resources under the 'parent' icon

Keep Singing!

Mrs Herbert.    

We are Confident Readers 

In reading, we are learning to: 

  • apply phonic knowledge  and skills to decode words.
  • Respond speedily to the correct sound of all 40 phonemes (see  picture  below)
  • Read common exception words.
  • Read books aloud, using phonic knowledge.
  • Reread books to build fluency and confidence in reading.
  • Listen to and discuss a wide range of poems,stories and non-fiction at a level above what they can read.
  • Checking the text makes sense to them,self correcting when it doesn't
  • Make inferences on what is being said or done.
  • Predict what might happen next.

Please continue to read and share books each day.

There are  comprehensions questions below to use at home.

I have included websites to help support develop phonic skills 

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Welcome to the Spring Term!

 

We have a great start to new term. Our Topic for this term is' Brentwood and Beyond'.  This is a geography based topic, exploring similarities and differences between Brentwood and an African town.  Please look at our curriculum map and newsletter for more information.

 

In Science, we will be learning all about 'plants'. This will be linked to our forest school lessons, which will continue to take place each Tuesday.

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