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Class 1 Home Learning 2020

Welcome to our Home Learning page. Here you will find a range of activities to  do with your child if they are unable to attend school. I will update this page weekly.

Many families are aiming to do 2 hours a day. These are very unusual times and I know many of you are also trying to work from home. Please don't worry if you are doing less than this and there is no expectation to complete all of the tasks each week. Try to do some phonics/ spelling, reading, writing and maths each day but I appreciate that some days this cannot happen. Remember that board games, craft, cooking and playing in the garden can also incorporate a lot of valuable learning. For those of you who would like some additional activities, there are some handy home learning packs for each year group on twinkl.co.uk. There are also some useful and easy to follow daily maths lessons for each year group on whiterosemaths/homelearning.

Hi Class 1,

I can't believe we have come to the final week of home learning of this term. I hope you have enjoyed the activities and enjoyed spending time with your family. I will add a list of useful websites that you can use over the holidays. Please try to write something each day. A diary is a good way of doing this. If you have made something or been somewhere, you could include a picture and write about that.

Try to read every day. There are many ebooks to choose from on the Oxford Owl website.

Keep your maths skills ticking over by practising number bonds, doubles and (for Y1 and Y2) timestables. 

 I am really looking forward to seeing the children who are coming into school this week. 

Miss Dent

Emily sent me a super video of her tying her shoe laces. Great work Emily!

Below is a picture of Annie with some of her chicks and ducklings. They are gorgeous!


Useful Websites

Lava Lamps

Fantastic Flying Kites

kite flying.MOV

Can you tie your shoelaces? Bluebelle has been practising!


Week commencing 6-7-2020

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