Monday 13th July
Hello, Year 1!
Well, this is our last week together in Year 1! What a year we have had. We started the year with our own water feature in the classroom when the builders created new leaks in the ceiling and spending a lot of the time in the hall to now, lockdown, social distancing and working in small bubbles!
For your last week as Year 1 there will still be work for you to complete on Google Classroom and the weekly overview is on the ‘Homework’ page on this website. Check out the weekly overview for ongoing daily activities, this week’s Maths and Literacy work and our current topic overview, all resources can be found in the ‘Year 1’ and the ‘Year 1 and 2 Topic’ Google Classrooms.
Remember post scans, pictures or videos of your work either privately in the assignment folder or on the stream for everyone to see. You could also use Twitter to show us your pictures.
Below you can find links to a variety of websites that you can access at any time, you might like to access them during the summer holidays. They include BBC Bitesize, Joe Wicks, High Frequency Words, Karate Kids, Oxford Owls and many more. I have also put some Maths and Literacy activities on the homework page that you can access through the holiday.
Here are some links to more activities for the summer holidays, they are:
I have enjoyed every minute of our time together.
Have a super summer break.
Stay safe and keep smiling Year 1,
Croeso i Blwyddn 1, Welcome to Year 1
Numberblocks on BBC iPlayer for developing an understanding of basic mathematical concepts. You could watch a programme then ‘play’ it, building Numberblocks with Duplo or Lego and consolidate understanding by recreating what they have been doing.
Karate Cats Maths Have a go at the activities in Karate Cats. They include: Addition and Subtraction; Multiplication and Division; Number and Place Value; Measurement; Shapes; Position and Direction; Statistics (Data Handling); and, Challenge.
BBC Super Movers Fun curriculum linked resources to get you moving while they learn.
ICT games Free educational Maths and English games.
Hit the Button An interactive maths game with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples and division facts. The games, which are against the clock, challenge and develop a child’s mental maths skills.
Oxford Owls Free resources to support reading at home.
Primary Resources Resources to support reading comprehension.
Top Marks A variety of online activities for all curriculum subjects.
Scholastic Free Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler Home Learning Packs
Orchard Toys Fun and educational activity sheets which cover a range of learning goals including language, literacy to number and counting skills and can be used to support independent learning.
CBBC website to watch video clips of some young sporting stars talking about their chosen sport.
Techniquest a collection of science demonstrations, some you can try at home.
Science Sparks Science experiments for kids.
Tate Modern. Create and show your own artwork.
Joe Wicks daily work out for kids.