Good afternoon P1B!
This week, we continued with digraph and consonant blends revision. For our reading this week, we read a non-fiction book. We talked about how a non-fiction book is filled with real and true information/facts. We had a mixture of books that were about things such as calendars, animals and exercise.
Maths and numeracy
This week during our Maths time, we revised o’clock and half past times, and did a SEAL summary to see how we are doing with our SEAL learning so far. After a break to do our time topic, we will be back to SEAL groups next week. On our new class iPads, we played an addition game and used numicon to help work out the tricker sums.
We have had a super busy and fun week this week for Health Week! We all did so well at Sports Day, trying our hardest and supporting our friends. All of us took part in some fruit tasting with Mrs Shaw too! On Thursday, we had a dance class with Simon Says Dance which we all loved and left with huge smiles on our faces. Today, we had Multisports AND the P1 Scootathon – phewf! In class, we talked about the importance of eating fruit and vegetables and exercising. We also talked about My Body as part of the national RSHP programme. We learned names for some of our body parts and drew them on Bob and Babs! “My body belongs to ME!” was our main learning focus.
To do at home
Numeracy: recognising the numbers 1-30, counting backwards from 20 or 30, writing the ‘teen’ numbers with the 1 first and remember it’s ‘teen’ not ‘ty’, counting on with our fingers, number bonds to 10
Maths: naming 3D objects,adding 1-10p coins together, left and right, telling the time on an analogue clock (o’clock and half past)
Literacy: being able to write our tricky words, recognising and writing the digraphs sh, ch, th and wh.
General: being able to take off jumpers, open snacks and zip up coats.
Keep all the junk coming in – it’s amazing how quickly we run out!
Loose parts on Wednesday next week.
Thank you for your support and enjoy the sunshine tomorrow!