Today we are going to recap a few different topics we have looked at before.
First up is more than and less than, or greater than and less than.
Watch the video to refresh your memory.
Open the document below and see if you can answer the questions using the correct signs.
The other topic is ordering numbers! Watch the video and then complete the activities on the document.
Finally, see if you can write numbers to 20 in words and numerals.
Today we are going to think about what changes have happened to us since we were babies. We will think about animal changes and then how we have changed. What can we do now that we couldn’t do when we were born?
Listen to the 2 songs and then click on the document to find out your activity for today. Have fun!
Good morning Year 1!
L.O. To use adjectives and the plural endings ‘s’ and ‘es’.
Here are your tasks for today:
- Watch the videos on adjectives and adding ‘s’ and ‘es’.
- Complete the activities shown in the pictures below.
There are two written challenges for today’s task. Start with the first one and then continue onto the second if you would like a further challenge! There is also an optional extension task at the bottom.
Make the beginning of this story better by adding some interesting adjectives. Use the words in the box to help you.
Add ‘s’ or ‘es’ to the doing words (verbs) in the brackets to make each sentence correct.
Write some sentences using adjectives and plurals ending in ‘s’ and ‘es’.
Hello Year 1!
Welcome to your weekly P.E. task. Once again, we’ve enlisted the help of Joe Wicks to get those bodies moving around at home. Why not get your whole family involved in the fun?
Make sure you are wearing something comfy and that you have plenty of space around you to avoid any injuries!
Good morning Year 1!
L.O. To find information about an animal and present it as a fact file.
Today your English task is to create an information poster or fact file about an animal. You can choose any animal you like, but if you are stuck for ideas you can use the information on foxes from Monday’s lesson.
Don’t forget to include a picture of your animal!
Below are two examples of animal fact files.
Good morning Year 1!
L.O. To understand how different animals move.
Communication – Cooperation – Enquiry – Respect Thoughtfulness
Today we are looking at how different animals move.
Your tasks today are:
- Watch the video on how animals move.
- Think about the questions and talk to an adult about them.
- Look at the PowerPoint on how animals move and act them out!
- Complete the activity.
Animals move in different ways. Watch the video on how birds, mammals and insects move. Think about how many different types of movement there are. Can you make a list of them?
Let’s look at some examples.
A frog has strong, muscular legs that are perfectly designed for jumping.
A rabbit also has strong back legs that are perfectly designed for hopping.
Now think about how plants move. How do they compare to how animals move?
- What is different about how plants move?
- When we see branches swaying in the wind is the plant moving by itself?
- But what keeps plants in one place?
- How is it possible then for plants to spread and grow in other areas?
Here is a PowerPoint showing how different animals move. Read the slides and act out the animal’s movement – you could get your whole family involved!
Your task: Draw some animals/insects and label how they move. Which parts of their bodies help them to move?
If you have access to outdoor space or can get to a local park, see if you can find some plants, insects or animals and observe how they move. How is the way plants and animals move different? Make a list or draw some pictures of your findings!
Today we will be learning about time. We will recap o’clock and look a little more at half past. Remember the long hand is the minute hand and the short one is the hour hand.
Click on the link to watch the video to help you understand how to tell the time.
Now see if you can answer these questions about o’clock times.
Look at the PowerPoint to find out some more information about telling the time to half past the hour. The minute (long) hand must be on the 6 and the hour (short) hand will be half way between two numbers.
Click on the document below to find out your activity for today. Use this picture to help you remember where the hands should be for o’clock and half past the hour.