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Class One all dressed up in our pyjamas and onesies for Red Nose Day!
Monday 8th March
We have been learning about healthy eating so we designed, made and ate our own fruit kebabs.
Tuesday 9th March.
Today we did a whole school science investigation. We used lots of different types of citrus fruits and added food colouring, bicarbonate of soda and washing up liquid to them. They bubbled up and made fruity volcanoes!
Bug Club Reading
Please use bug club to continue reading at home. Let us know if you need any help accessing your child’s allocated books by emailing us 🙂
Dont forget that you have access to letter join on both PC and tablets to practice handwriting and phonics. Follow the link https://www.letterjoin.co.uk/log-in.html
The log in details for a PC are:
username; eg9278 password; home
and on a tablet:
username; eg9278 and swipe code;
A lovely selection of rhymes with videos to sing along to.
Phonics games for all phases of phonics.
Lots of comic stories to read.
Phonics games to play
More interactive phonics
There is a home learning pack with lots of activities you could try at home.
Activities to practise numbers to 10
Lots of activities to practice all areas of maths
Lots of fun to be had practising all areas of early years maths
A very long address but 10 good ways to help your child with maths
Oxford Owls have a free library of e-books which can be accessed at home: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/
Boats for the Gingerbread Man
Here are some photos of the fantastic boats you made at home and at school last week. Brilliant effort Class 1, we think the Gingerbread Man would have been very pleased with these!
Thank you for your support. The structure of home learning may change a little from time to time at we review how things are going. Please check the homepage daily and keep in touch 🙂 Mrs Machin and Mrs Prior.
Below is the link for Class 1’s Christmas Nativity Poem. Enjoy, and have a wonderful Christmas!
No firework display to go to this year? No problem!
Class 1 have performed a fantastic firework dance for you to enjoy instead! First we made firework streamers using sticks collected outside and crepe paper, then we went into the hall to practise our routine. See if you can spot catherine wheels, blasting rockets and swooshing sparklers. We danced to ‘Music for the Royal Fireworks’ by Handel. Best enjoyed with a sticky toffee apple 🙂
If you scroll down you can practise all the sounds and tricky words with Mrs Machin and Mrs Dibbins.
Phonic Sounds and Tricky Word Videos
Watch Mrs Machin and Mrs Dibbins go through the flash cards used in Class 1. You can join in too!