Home Learning blog - Day 33
Happy Friday Year 1!
We have reached the end of another week of learning from home and my goodness me, I am so impressed with your dedication and progress! Keep it up, seeing your AMAZING work every day puts the biggest smile on my face!
Here are your learning activities for today:
Today things are getting rather exciting in Phonics. You are going to look at all the letter combinations that make an 'igh' sound. Before starting the lesson can you list the ones you can think of, there is a little clue below. Then see if you have missed any when you watch the video lesson below.
Enjoy Year 1!!
English: To answer questions about a book
Before we begin with today's task, discuss what the word comprehension means. We are going to listen to the story again and then answer questions based on the book. We are recalling information!
You could also watch an animated version of the story found here:
There are different types of questions to answer, some are multiple choice, some require you to write a sentence to answer, others are true or false and some ask you to sequence sentences.
Maths: To count in 2s, 5s and 10s.
Today, you have another task to complete on PurpleMash to round up the week and area of learning within Maths.
This week you have been focusing on 2s and 5s, but I know you can count in 10s too as we have previously looked at how many tens are in a number.
Answer the questions, make sure you read each one carefully and do not rush!! But most importantly Year 1, have fun with your learning. If you need objects out to help you, or your previous work from the week out to use as well feel free to!
Catch up afternoon:
Use this afternoon to complete any work you may not have finished from the week.
Please ensure you send over all the work you have done this week at home!
Enjoy your story time too, I do love listening to a story read aloud by the author!
Have a relaxing weekend everyone, I look forward to seeing all of your work from today!!
Miss Kennedy x
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