Home Learning blog - Day 14
Good Morning Year 1!
I hope you had a lovely weekend!!
I miss you all so much and seeing the work you send in, makes me feel so proud to be your teacher!
Just a quick reminder to those who haven't sent in work recently, use this email to do so:
We are continuing with Phase 5, and today's new sound is 'oy'.
In school we would say the rhyme, "oy, oy, spoil the boy".
What do you notice about the words 'spoil' and 'boy'. What is the same and what is different?
Join in with the lesson below and have fun!!
English: To use the suffixes -er and -est in a description.
On Friday, you joined in with the Wild Rumpus, did you have fun?
Today you are going to think about what it was like and write a description so I can read all about what you did.
Here are the wild rumpus images again to help to jog your memory:
Here are some words that you may want to use within your description.
Can you write some sentences to describe the wild rumpus using some of these words? You can add your own too.
You may want to use some action words too, such as: stomp, stamp, chant, dance, wave, jump, and swing.
Here is an example:
The wild rumpus was the craziest party I have ever been to. There was music playing that was louder than a lion's roar. I was stomping and jumping around! I was the happiest I have felt in a long time because I was dancing with all of my friends.
Can you use more of these words than me, I am sure you can!!
Maths: To subtract by counting back (crossing 10).
Have a go at the maths lesson for today. We are continuing to count backwards, but this time we will be crossing 10. Good luck and have fun!! Remember to use objects around your house if you need to!
Here is the link to the website to find the video:
Today you will be playing a game called jumping dice.
Here are your instructions:
Here's a short video to explain some of the more tricky jumps:
Have lots of fun Year 1!
Remember to send in your work so I get to share in your learning journey from home.
Miss Kennedy x
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