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Netherthong

Primary School

Class 1

Remote learning gallery 1

admin on: Class 1

Good afternoon everyone!

Here is a gallery of photos you have sent across!

I think I have included most of them, but my apologies if any have slipped through the net!

A MASSIVE well done to everyone, grown-ups and children alike, your hard work is inspiring and I urge you to stay safe and keep up the great work you are doing at home!

Ava has been busy building castles and using new tools! She has also been working extra hard on her beanstalk story! Super illustrations there!

Ava making her castle!

Ava's story!



Clay has been hard at work! Here is some of his phonics, handwriting and shield making! He has been earning stars and wants to give everyone a BIG thumbs up!











Here's Emma testing out a shield wall and bringing the Battle of Hastings to the home!





Here's Kobe doing a bit of handwriting and making a Captain America shield!





Here's Leo ready to protect his castle! Well done Duke Leo!



Here's Olivia, looking out for signs of Spring!



Here's Orla's castle, notice the 89 jewels hidden away inside! And watch out for her millipede she found!





Robert has sent in a few photos, looks like he's been enjoying the activities!













Here's Thomas working extra hard! Super job!







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Friday 27th March 2020

admin on: Class 1

Hi all,

First things first, well done for all the hard work you have put in this week!

Later today there will be a gallery of photographs that have been sent to me showing lots of hard work and fun going on!

Here is today’s list of suggested activities:

- GoNoodle -

- Phonics -

Use spelling shed to practice the ‘le’ and ‘ure’ sounds and also a red challenge. Remember your logins are found in your reading record books and your password should be class1

- Maths -

Follow this link here to have a look at this file. Here you will find some warm-up questions to try and some at the end to work out in your remote learning books.

- Break -

- PE -

We are working on cricket at the moment, so, find a safe place to practice some ball skills.

Try throwing and catching to one another, looking for an accurate underarm throw and a 'cup' used when catching.

Put a tea towel down on the floor and see if your child can bounce the ball on the towel from a set distance away. Too hard, move closer, too easy, move further away.

Set up some makeshift wickets using whatever you have lying around, throw the ball overarm to try and hit the wickets.

Obviously, in cricket you would use a bat, but, if there isn’t one just lying around, you can use any type of racquet or bat type equipment. Try to hit a ball thrown to you. Try to aim for different areas and hit the ball into that place. Remember to watch the ball all the way to you and try to stay balanced.

- Lunch -

- RE -

We have been talking about being caring in RE and listened to stories such as the Good Samaritan and Be my Guest in school. In your remote learning books, could you draw a large heart shape? Inside it could you draw or write three ways in which the world could be a more caring place.

- Break -

- Golden Time -

Here is something from Miss Hemingway ...



After a week of hard work, time to relax and have some fun!

Well done everyone, children and grown-ups alike!

Thank you for your support and have a good weekend!

Stay safe!

Cheers,

Mr. H.

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Thursday 26th March 2020

admin on: Class 1

Morning all!

Thank you for all the feedback through the comments section and by email. It really is great to see the hard work you are putting in!

Here is today's list of suggested activities:

- GoNoodle

- Phonics -

Continue work on the 'ure' sound. Can your children sound out and write down these words?

mixture
future
manure
injure
fracture

Can they also fix this silly sentence?

ben went to the park he playd on the swigs

There are 2 capital letters missing, 2 fulls stops missing and 2 spelling that are incorrect.

- Maths -

Warm up: Sticks and bricks.

Can you make numbers using sticks and bricks? A stick equals ten and a brick equals one.



Main: Subtraction using a number line or 100 square.
Answer the questions below, remember that if the number sentence contains a minus/subtract/takeaway sign we count back on our number line or square. 



- Break -

- English -

Using your picture from yesterday, could you write a setting paragraph about your imaginary place at the top of the beanstalk? 

Remember to include:

A title - this can be the name of the place you have made up.

Good punctuation such as capitals, finger spaces, full stops, exclamation marks and question marks.

Exciting adjectives to describe what it is like.

Conjunctions to make your sentences joined up. Try because, but, and!

Write about what you can see, hear, smell, touch and feel!

Go for it young authors!

- Lunch -

- DT

We have been studying structures in class one and now are ready to start building our own.

Could you use your toys at home to build a castle?

Please try to make it strong and tough. Remember to include some of the features we looked at in school. Things like turrets, drawbridges, towers, parapets, dungeons, etc. 

- Break -

- Golden Time! -

At this time on a Thursday, the children get a bit of free choice to play with what they like. 

Thank you for your super support, there will be some photos being uploaded later today.

Cheers

Mr. H. 

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Wednesday 25th March 2020

admin on: Class 1

Morning all!

Thank you for all the amazing comments and emails you have sent my way!

Here is today's list of suggested activities:

- GoNoodle

- Phonics -

Today, we are moving onto the tricky 'ure' sound. This sounds more like 'yure'. It is found in words like treasure and picture.

Ask your children to write down these words after you read them and get them to sound them out using 'Fred fingers'.

picture
temperature
figure
vulture
furniture 

Sentence time: 
Tell the sentence below to your child one word at a time.

They should repeat the word back to you.

Continue through the sentence, saying and repeating in a my turn your turn approach.

See if your child can tell you the sentence back from memory.

Write it down for them as they do to show them how to correctly spell each word.

Cover up your correct sentence and ask them to attempt to write the sentence now from memory.

Jack climbed onto the table and hid behind a candle. 

- Maths -

Warm-up: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Hit number bonds, then addition within 20. 

Main: Addition using a numberline.



Using the number line you made earlier in the week, can you solve these addition number sentences by counting on?
Set this work out in your remote learning book beneath the title 'Addition'. Don't feel like you need to do all the questions below!




Challenge: Adding using a number square.

Using the 100 square you made earlier in the week, can you solve these number sentences using your number square?



- Break -

- English -

Jim and the Beanstalk! by Raymond Briggs Play the video using the link below, but be sure to pause it at 45 seconds!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsKYZjPrHXM

If you were to climb a beanstalk, what would you want to find at the top?
Would it be a castle? Or a little cottage?
Would it be like the real world only in the clouds?
Or would it be a magical place with pink grass and orange juice rivers? 

In your remote learning books, under the title Jim and the Beanstalk, could you draw what you would find at the top of your beanstalk? Your picture can be a big as the whole page!

After you have finished your picture, you can watch the rest of the story to the end! Enjoy!

- Lunch -

- ICT -

Log onto PurpleMash and enter the 2dos menu. Here you will find 2 new tasks for you to try. 

Free code scenes we have used in class, try your hand at the four challenges. After, try a game of bond bubbles to practice your maths!

- Break -

- Handwriting

In your remote learning books, could you try to write the sentence below?

Remember to have all your letters the correct way around and make your letters the right size including any ascenders and descenders.

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
 

Thank you for taking the time to read and work through these activities. Feel free to comment below on how you found them and don't forget to email me any pictures of the top of your beanstalks or your handwriting from today!

Cheers and stay safe!

Mr. H. 

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Tuesday 24th March 2020

admin on: Class 1

Morning all!

Thank you for the lovely comments on yesterday's post.

I hope you are all well, here is today's list of suggested activities:

GoNoodle -

- Phonics
-
Continue with the 'le' sound from twinkle twinkle. Today, however, can your children write down these words after you have read them out? 
Ask them to use their 'Fred fingers' to sound out.
E.g: candle sounded out would be c - a - n - d - le! 

So five sounds in total.

Try these words: 
grumble
uncle
tentacle 
wobble
nibble
crackle

* You can explain that in words such as wobble and nibble there is a double consonant 'b' sound, known to the children as two b's!

- English
Following on from the Jack and the Beanstalk story you listened to yesterday, today I would like you to draw and describe the two most important characters to me.
Please could this work go into your remote learning book?
Step one: Date and title
Step two: Illustrate Jack and the Giant
Step three: Write a descriptive paragraph for each character using the BIG 3 (capitals, finger spaces, punctuation) and adjectives and conjunctions.


- Break - This is when children would have a play outside, have a drink and something to eat. We would then settle back into class with a little watch of something from BBC iPlayer, I recommend a little bit of number blocks!

- PE
We are working on cricket at the moment, so, find a safe place to practice some ball skills.
Try throwing and catching to one another, looking for an accurate underarm throw and a 'cup' used when catching.
Put a tea towel down on the floor and see if your child can bounce the ball on the towel from a set distance away. Too hard, move closer, too easy, move further away.
Set up some makeshift wickets using whatever you have lying around, throw the ball overarm to try and hit the wickets.

- Lunch -

- History
In history, we have been learning about the Battle of Hastings. Can you make a shield out of cardboard and decorate it? Shields were the key to Harold Godwinson's army and almost stopped the attacks of William, Duke of Normandy's cavalry, archers and soldiers by creating a strong shield wall atop Senlac Hill. Legend has it that William's forces pretended to run away, known as a feigned retreat, making Harold's forces chase them, thus breaking the shield wall. 

- Break

- PHSE -

Use the questions below to start a conversation. The aim of this session is to understand that people's bodies and feelings can be hurt.

Can someone's feelings be hurt as well as their body?
When might this happen?
How might someone behave if their feelings get hurt?
Who can people ask for help if their feelings are hurt?
Who can people ask for help if they are physically hurt?
How can they make someone feel better if they are hurt?

Thanks for reading, comment below and share your experiences. 

Cheers and stay safe!

Mr. H.

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