It is important to keep our learning going at home too. Check this page every Friday to find your weekly homework task. When you have done be sure to email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Great news! We now have access to a super fun website that will help us to practice our number facts! You can access numbots at home and have a go at adding, number bonds and so much more! You should have received you log in details but if you need any help accessing numbots please contact Miss Jeffries.
Follow this link to find the Numbots log in page:
Hey everyone! Now that we are doing our learning from home I will be posting some work for you to have a go at here.
Make sure you also check out my videos on the video resources page as they will explain the tasks I would like you to do.
When you have completed your home learning please email it to me at email@example.com
Any problems or questions please get in touch with me via email.
We have had such a busy start to year 1, with so many new things to learn. We have all worked so hard to make our number bonds speedy, become brilliant geographers and do some superb writing! Here are a few of our highlights from Autumn 1.
In our Geography lessons we have been exploring different answers to the question: 'Where do you live?'. We learnt that our planet is called Earth and our town is called Brierley Hill (which is in England!). We were then ale to talk about what our local area is like and had a look at Brierley hill on google maps. We could see lots of roads, trees, houses and even managed to spot our school.
As part of our Literacy lessons we learnt how important reading is to help us with our writing. We thought about the sort of things we like to read and how choosing books that we find interesting can help us to love reading. Here you can see us exploring the books from our class library. Look how focused we all are!
We have learnt so many new things in our maths lessons this half term! We learnt to recognise our number to 100 and how to add together to make 10. We also explored lots of different ways of adding and subtracting within 20 as well as naming 2D and 3D shapes. Here you can see us exploring these new maths skills through the use of fun games, challenges and activities.