Year 1 Learning Opportunities – Monday 23rd March

Due to the school closure, we are providing activities every day on the Year 1 blog page to support your child’s learning. Therefore, please check the page daily. The activities will need adult interaction and guidance so the children benefit from the learning opportunities as much as possible.

During this difficult time, we wish you good health and hope you can enjoy some family time together.

Kind Regards,

The Year 1 Team

ENGLISH: Find pictures of different everyday superheroes and write adjectives to describe what they look like (yellow hat, black boots).

MATHS: Go on a shape hunt- Name the different shapes around the house and then describe its properties e.g. How many sides? How many corners?

Can you then sort your findings into a Venn diagram?

PE: How many star jumps can you do in a minute? How does this effect your body? Hot, heart beating faster. Repeat with different activities (running on the spot, hops, etc).

PHONICS: Useful websites for children to play to support their learning of phonics. Please familiarise yourselves with these. Children need to focus on phase 3, 4 and 5.

This weeks focus: Phase 5 split digraphs (a-e — frame, e-e — these, i-e — kite, o-e — joke, u-e – tune

Phonics Bloom:

Phonics Play (free resources):

READING: Please continue to regularly listen to your child read.

It also benefits children to hear adults read to them and discuss the story.