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Hello Year One
We were so happy with how many children joined our Zoom video call last week! We loved seeing all of your happy smiling faces and we all noticed how grown up you all look!
We can't wait to see you all again soon!
Miss Walker and Mrs Edwards
Hello Year 1!
We hope you are all staying safe at home. We would like you to have a look at the activites on the purple mash wesbite! We have found some lovely 2dos for you to have a go at. As well as this, have a look at the activities for week sixteen following this link: https://www.purplemash.com/#tab/pm-home/weekly_activities/weekly_activities_age5_7/weekly_ks1_wk16
We are so proud of you all!
Mrs Edwards and Miss Walker
Purple Mash Blog
We have set up a Year 1 Blog, the children can post what they have been doing and they can share any wonderful work they have done whilst staying in touch with their friends and teachers. The posts are moderated by staff and must be approved to be posted.
STEP 1: Click on Sharing, Click on Shared Blog
STEP 2: STEP 2: Click on Year 1 Blog & read/post away! (click on the green '+' to add a blog post!)
New resources have been uploaded!
Keeping Healthy Resources
Here are some fun activities for you to do at home all about keeping healthy, see if you can remember any of the things we learnt from Jigsaw Jack about keeping healthy!!
Daily Activity Journal
Encourage your child to keep a daily journal showing how they have kept themselves active. Have they: gone for a walk; played in the garden; played with the ‘keeping active’ die; danced to their favourite songs; played in the garden? Keep a record of these to encourage your child to stay active and use their writing skills to record them.
The Human Body
Use the Human Body worksheet to talk about parts of the body. Children can cut out the word cards included in the pack and stick them around the human body outlines, with lines to show where each part of the body can be found. Alternatively, they could write the words themselves.
Keeping Active Die
Use the keeping active die to keep your children active. Cut out the net and use glue or sticky tape to make a cube. Your child can then roll the die, and hold the pose shown on the uppermost face for a set amount of time (30 seconds or one minute). This could be completed outside or indoors.
Keeping Healthy Activity Sheet
Use the worksheet to look at this with your child, identifying things in the pictures that they should do to keep themselves healthy (e.g. exercising, brushing their teeth and eating fruits and vegetables). They could sort the pictures to show which are healthy and unhealthy and then use this information to create a poster to share what they have learnt with other people.
There are three scavenger hunts for you to try - including one where all the items can be found indoors. Ask your child to hunt for all the items on the list and tick them off once found.
There is a blank version, so that you can have fun creating your own scavenger hunt!
Twinkl is an amazing website that has lots of worksheets, powerpoints and games for all ages. Whilst schools are closed, Twinkl is offering FREE subscriptions for parents! You need to visit this website https://www.twinkl.co.uk/home-learning-hub and when prompted put this code in to get the website for free: UKTWINKLHELPS
Above this text, there is a document with lots of different links on for virtual tours! Click the different links and you can go on virtual trips from your own home! You can watch fish swimming in Aquarium or you can go to an art gallery and look at different paintings or you can go to see famous landmarks like the Eiffel Tour!