A huge well done and thank you to those children who have already brought in amazing projects that they have made at home. We have been so impressed! We wanted to share these incredible photos.
Remember you can just use things you can find in your home like plastic bottles and tin foil to make something from Space.
You still have until the 5th of February to bring in your space projects, we look forward to seeing them!
This week Year One have been learning all about the planets in the solar system. We have been wowed by their knowledge and used this to make our own solar system!
We have enjoyed listening to the solar system song and learnt lots of interesting facts from it. To listen at home use the link below:
Happy holidays everyone! After Christmas our topic will be SPACE!
What do you already know about space?
How many planets are in our solar system?
What planet do we live on?
Well done to all of year one, you are all working so hard on the nativity and have made all your teachers VERY proud. We can’t wait for your grown ups to see it on THURSDAY!
A quick reminder:
The nativity is on Thursday 14th at:
New Cross Street it starts at 9:15am
Usher Street it starts at 2:15pm in the SPORTS hall.
Also don’t forget to wear your Pyjamas tomorrow and party clothes and party food on Thursday.
To help you practice reading your real and ‘alien’ words, play ‘Picnic on Pluto’
Use the link below:
Your homework task this week is to retell a traditional fairy tale.
Choose your favourite TRADITIONAL story to retell.
You could create a comic strip, draw pictures and label them, write the story in full or dress up and take photographs to show how you can act out the story.
We can’t wait to see what you produce!
Next half term our new topic is ‘Once Upon A Time,’ we will be looking at lots of traditional tales; making predictions are re-telling our favourites.
Over half term don’t forget to practice your numbers bonds to 10. Use the link below to play the game ‘Save the Whale’
This week in Maths we will be learning our numbers bonds to 10.
To practice at home have a go on the game ‘hit the button’
use the link below:
We have recently discovered a fantastic website which you can now use at home too! It’s called Oxford Owl (see the link below). It provides a great opportunity to read, or listen to, books online. There are also lots of fun activities linked to the different stories. We really hope you enjoy using the website as much as we have.
The Year Team