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Primary One Home Learning Thursday 18 January 2018

Reading

Please follow the activity as directed in your child’s reading jotter. If your child has been given a word wall please continue to practise any highlighted words.

Phonics

We have been learning the sounds ee and ea this week.  Ask someone at home to cut out the flashcards and use these to help you recognise the sounds.  See if you can teach them the actions we have learnt.  Remember to keep practising the sounds previously taught.

As an extra challenge, see how many words you can make with these sounds as well as the sounds we have previously learnt.

You might find the following link useful:

Jolly Phonics Songs

Writing

We have been practising forming the letters for the sounds we have been learning.  Some of us have been focussing on forming the letters in our name correctly too.  Keep practising forming letters correctly using the sheet sent home at the curriculum afternoon. We have also been practising writing a sentence using finger spaces and fullstops.

Numeracy and Mathematics

P1 have been working on a variety of number activities including; dice patterns, number sequences, adding 2 collections of numbers and recognising numerals. You can have a go at activities 3 and 6 on the Numeracy Home Learning Wall B to help practice.

 

Christmas Jumper Day 15th December

Tomorrow, Friday 15th, Buckstone Primary School are helping raise money for Save the Children.

This is a reminder for as many children and staff as possible to wear a Christmas Jumper to help raise awareness for those less fortunate across the world.  If participating you should bring in a £1 donation. 

Thank you.

Primary One Home Learning

Reading

Please complete the reading activities  as directed in your reading jotter and learn the words on your ‘word wall’ if you have been given one.

Phonics

Keep practising blending and building words with the sounds taught so far.

Tricky Words

Continue to learn all the tricky words taught.  Aim to be able to read and write these words.

Numeracy

How many Christmas trees can you count on your way to school?  How many will there be if someone else puts one up later.  What if 2 , 3 or 4 etc more people put a tree up whilst you were at school?  How many would there be on your way home?

Expressive Arts / RME

We are looking forward to performing our Nativity next week.  If you have a speaking part, please keep on practising with someone at home.  Make sure you know who speaks before you so you are ready to come in with your line.

Please also practise singing Away in a Manger and Little Donkey.

 

 

“All About Me”

Thank you to all the parents/carers who have completed the “All About Me” sheet with their child.  Celebrating Wider Achievement is a much looked forward to part of the school day/week and seeing all of the activities/clubs pupils at Buckstone attend is fantastic! The range is amazing! The information gathered from these forms will only be used at school level to now identify any opportunities the school can offer the children.

Additional copies will be sent home over the next week if you have not managed to fill it out yet.

Thank you.

P1 Home Learning

Our main focus in the weeks leading up to Christmas is our Nativity. Well done to all those children who have been working really hard to learn their lines. Keep on practising this at home, remember to use your loudest voice.

There will be no new sounds covered until January, please keep revising the ones already covered. Continue to use the flash cards to sound out and build new words.

If your child has a Stage 1+ word wall please help them to practise the highlighted words.

Your child will have brought home the words for Away in a Manger, please practise this at home.

Primary One Home Learning Wednesday 15th Nov 2017

Reading

Complete the reading activities  as directed in your reading jotter.

Phonics

We have been learning the sounds sh, ch, th and wh this week. We have been discussing how two sounds together can make a new sound and that we call these digraphs.  Ask someone at home to cut out the flashcards and use these to help you recognise the sounds.  Keep practising the single sounds previously taught and combine these with the new sounds to read and build words.

Tricky Words

Our new tricky words this week are go, be, she and are.  Keep on practising all of the tricky words taught so far.

 

Numeracy

We have been continuing to develop our skills in counting forwards and backwards, recognising numerals and counting carefully.

Complete activity number 18 on your Home Learning Wall; “Roll 2 dice. Work out the total score (do this through a game e.g. snakes and ladders).”

 

 

Primary One Home Learning Thursday 9th Nov 2017

Reading

Complete the reading activities  as directed in your reading jotter.

Phonics

We have been learning the sounds qu, x and y and z this week.  Ask someone at home to cut out the flashcards and use these to help you recognise the sounds.  See if you can teach them the actions we have learnt.  Remember to keep practising the sounds previously taught.

Ask someone at home to make some words for you to read with the sounds we have learnt.  How many words can you build?

You might find the following link useful:

Jolly Phonics Songs

Tricky Words

Our new tricky words this week are saw, want and no.  Keep on practising all of the tricky words taught so far.

Writing

We have been practising forming the letters for the sounds we have been learning.  Some of us have been focussing on forming the letters in our name correctly too.  Keep practising forming letters correctly using the sheet sent home at the curriculum afternoon.

Numeracy

We have been practising counting forwards and backwards, recognising numerals and counting carefully.

Complete activity number 15 on your Home Learning Wall; “Give the number before in the range 1-10 e.g. “What is the number before 4?””  As a further challenge, you could try this activity using a bigger range.

 

 

Primary One Home Learning Thursday 2nd Nov 2017

Phonics

We have been learning the sounds j, v and w this week.  Ask someone at home to cut out the flashcards and use these to help you recognise the sounds.  See if you can teach them the actions we have learnt.  Remember to keep practising the sounds previously taught.

See how many words you can make with all the sounds we have learnt so far.

You might find the following link useful:

Jolly Phonics Songs

Tricky Words

Our new tricky words this week are his, put and was.  Keep on practising all of the tricky words taught so far.

Writing

We have been practising forming the letters for the sounds we have been learning.  Some of us have been focussing on forming the letters in our name correctly too.  Keep practising forming letters correctly using the sheet sent home at the curriculum afternoon.

Numeracy

We have continued to learn about pattern this week and have also been working on saying sequences of numbers and careful counting.

Follow the link to practise working with patterns further:

Patterns

Alternatively, you could create some patterns of your own.  You could draw these or create patterns using objects you find outside such as leaves, twigs, conkers etc.

 

 

Primary One Home Learning Wednesday 25 October

Phonics

This week, we have been revising all of the sounds taught so far.  Keep on practising recognising all the sounds and try to blend sounds to make three-letter words.

We have also been revising our tricky words.  Ask someone at home to help you recognise these words using the flashcards previously sent home.

Maths

We have been learning all about patterns this week and have been creating some of our own using different colours.

Look out for different patterns at home or when you are “out and about”.  You might find these on furniture, clothing, pictures, books, wallpaper or in many other places.  Discuss the patterns with someone at home.  Can you describe the rule? (E.g. 1 blue stripe, 1 red stripe)