Watch and follow this video of Mr Ladlow, who will go through todays PE lesson. Remember to stay active as much as you can!
Take a look at the slides attached and have a go at the suggested tasks. These slides are inspired by our daily Maths tasks, which year one partake in each day at school. They focus on the core skills needed to build the foundations within Year One Maths learning.
Design and Technology
The Three Wise Men followed the brightest star to find the Baby Jesus and give him their gifts. Can you make your own bright star to put in your window?
Once you’ve made it, why don’t you put it up ready for the Kelvedon and Feering Chirstmas Trail which takes place from the 12-13th December!
Make either a stain glass star or a 3D star, depending on the craft resources that you have at home. The instructions for both activities are below.
To make a stain glass star, you will need:
-Coloured paper for the star outline -Greaseproof paper -Tissue paper -Glue -String
Step One-You will need to cut out the outline of a star twice, as you need one for the back and one for the front
Step Two– Cut out a piece of greaseproof paper that is big enough to cover the star outline.
Step Three– Cut the tissue paper into small sqaures and stick them onto the grease proof paper.
Step Four– Stick both the front and back star outline onto either side of the greaseproof paper that you should have now decorated. (Almost like you are sandwiching it)
Step Five– Make a hole in the top of the star outline, thread through some string and tie a knot at the top.
Step Six-Hang it up in your window.
To make a 3D star decoration, you will need:
-Blank paper -Colouring pens, pencils or paint -Scissors -Glue -String -Beads (Optional)
Step One– Using the star template below, cut out three stars that exactly the sames size.
Step Two– Decorate each of these stars with a different pattern using whichever medium you wish to use e.g. pen, pencil, paint etc.
Step Three– Once all the stars have dried, fold them in half with the decorated side on the inside.
Step Four– Glue one half of the star to another half of a different star. Do this until all of the stars are connected. As shown below.
Step Five– Make a hole in the top of the stars, thread through some string and tie a knot at the top. You may add some beads to your string, should you wish to.
Practice your tricky word writing by:
-Scribble spelling/ Taking your pen for a walk
Challenge- Can you come up with a new way to practice your tricky words that we haven’t done already in class?
We would love to here the new ideas that you’ve got!
Keeping smiling and happy learning!
Don’t forget to share your work with us via the year one email.
Year One Team