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Thursday 23rd April

Good morning Year 1! I hope you're well smiley


Happy Thursday! I hope you enjoy your activities for today and remember to have some outdoor time in the sunshine!

I would love to see what you are all getting up to, so if you could send any pictures to the school twitter page I would be delighted to see yes



Daily PE

30 Minute PE session with Joe- Link on our home learning page 



Daily phonics- your child to practice their sounds and blend words

Complete sheet in pack

Ruth Miskin- Daily Phonics (Spelling, Reading and Sounds) – Choose a game!



Follow ‘White Rose Maths’. Try Lesson 3 ‘Make equal groups (Sharing)’ Watch the video and then click on the button that says 'Get the Activity' and complete the activity on the worksheet or in your exercise book.



Purple Mash- Log in and find the tab that says ‘Serial Mash’. Click on ‘Diamonds’ and choose the book ’A Village Full of Vegetables’. Read chapter 4 and answer the questions in our quiz. Can you get 3/3?



National Academy: Please click the link attached to continue with our English lesson for today. The focus of this week is to write a set of instructions! Can you make a disgusting sandwich?



Try BBC Bitesize music lesson! Learn how to warm up your vocal chords with Gareth Malone and then move onto the practical activities which involve picking your favourite nursery rhyme and choosing a song from the ‘Play it’ game to sing along to!  


Mindfulness/Creative time

As our story this week has been “A Village Full of Vegetables’ can you make or use a fruit or vegetable in your artwork today?

  • You might create a vegetable using cardboard (junk modelling), tissue paper, paint or even just drawing.
  • Use a vegetable to create a painting like attached!
  • Make a recipe using vegetables
  • Do you have any vegetables growing in your garden? How do they grow?
  • Try some fruit or vegetables and think about the taste. Is it sweet or sour? Is the texture hard or soft?



Miss Edwardson x