I think it is most definitely a 'thumbs up Friday' this week, Year One! We have almost made it to the end of our first week of blended learning this spring term. What a crazy, whirlwind of a week it has been. You should be so proud of yourselves for adapting and coping with this new way of learning - you have blown me away with your resilience and positive attitude!
9:15am - Live Register and Maths
*If you are unable to make the live session or cannot view the screen share, please see the PowerPoint below.
Optional: Dive deeper- Problem solving question
10:00 - Independent learning, snack and Play
11:00- Phonics - www.youtube.com/c/RuthMiskinTrainingEdu/playlists
Don't forget to keep practising your sounds with your own flash cards too!
11:30 - Independent learning
12:00 - lunch and play
13:15 - Computing - algorithms - Live on TEAMS
If you are unable to make the live please watch this short video instead.
Daily Routine cards - Print off or copy out the words/pictures. Muddle them up and then think about putting them in the exact order things happen. Would you go to school and then get dressed once you're there? Would you have your lunch and then get out of bed? (Please ignore the pre-school card!)
Remember an algorithm is like an instruction. Very small and specific steps. Can you write your own algorithm?
14:00- *Golden Time* - After a very busy week, full of lots of hard work, I think you deserve some down time! Enjoy!
Independent learning challenge - Handwriting - See video (you may need to open in a different format to view the video)
Writing - Look at this picture and answer the following questions. Have a think about your answers carefully and why you think that.
How long has the castle been in the woods?
Who lives there?
Why is the castle so much smaller than the forest?
Why would the inhabitants choose to live here?
Is it better to be the biggest or the smallest?
I hope you have a wonderful, restful weekend and manage to enjoy some family time.
If you need anything at all, please don't hesitate to get in touch.