Hello Year 1!
How are you all getting on?
I really do love seeing all the work you send to me at:
Being able to see all your had work makes me so proud of you all! You have continued to show great commitment to your learning at home and I could not be happier. Keep it up!
Here are your activities to complete today:
You are going to look at the sound 'u'. You may think we have seen this sound before in Phase 2, however, this letter can make two sounds. Today you will see that 'u' can make the sound in 'umbrella' but also in 'unicorn'. We say 'u, u, musical unicorns'.
Join in with the lesson here:
English: To generate ideas for my own story.
Continuing from yesterday, think about these questions to help you generate ideas for your own story.
What made him want to go home? How did he get back? What made Max want to go home, is this similar to some feelings at the start of the story? How will you decide to go home in your story?
How did the story end? How will you end your story? Try to link this back to the start of the story too.
Once you have thought about these points, I would like you to design a costume you will wear in your story. You are going to be 'Max' in your very own story. Use this template or draw your own.
Maths: Numbers to 50.
Make sure you watch the lesson found here:
Answer each question when you are instructed to.
RE: To understand that Jesus is the most special person in the Parish family.
When the parish family gathers to celebrate Mass, we have an important part to play by listening to God’s Word. The priest (or deacon if there is one) reads the Gospel, the stories of the life of Jesus, who is the most special person for the parish family. We stand to listen to the Gospel.
One of the stories we hear at this time of year is about Mary and Joseph taking Jesus, as a baby, to be presented in the Temple. Mary and Joseph made many journeys to the Temple. We remember this story on 2nd February, the Feast of the Presentation of Jesus. Candles are blessed and carried on this day to remind us that Jesus would bring light and joy to the world.
Read a simple version of the story here, this is from God’s Story 2 page 62 based on Luke 2: 23 - 40, A visit to the Temple.
Have a brilliant day Year 1!
Miss Kennedy x