We hope that you’ve had a great couple of weeks of home learning and we’ve enjoyed seeing lots of your work on Twitter! For anyone not following us we are @YearOneWR
With some sunny days and the lighter evenings, we hope you manage to enjoy the Easter break. We’re not setting any extra work for the holidays but it’s important to keep those key skills ticking over.
Most of all make sure you have a rest and lots of fun, ready for the Summer Term!
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- Read books or use Bug club to read online.
Bug Club really is an amazing resource with books allocated specifically at your child’s reading level. There are questions throughout each book so children can work on these independently.
- Finish your Easter booklet.
- Play board games with your family.
- Practise telling the time – o’clock, half past, quarter past on analogue and digital clocks. What is the time 1 hour later?
- Log into MyMaths to practise comparing mass, capacity and length.
- Practise all the phonics sounds we have learnt so far. Can you read them and write them?
- Practise your spellings – Reception and Year 1 spellings.
- Write your Super Sentences as usual – remember to include an adjective and a conjunction.
- Draw a picture for your family to show them how thankful you are for all their help.
- Ask your parents if you can help them with any jobs around the house or garden.
- Read the Spring issue of the William Ransom Orbit – on the News section of the website. You could enter the Orbit Photography competition on page 3 or see below.