Good morning Year One.
We hope your week is going well so far.
Here are your tasks for today.
You might like to start your day with Joe Wicks on YouTube or try the yoga video below to help get your brain warmed up for your learning.
Today we are going to think about question marks (?) and exclamation marks (!). Before you complete the activity, use the links below to watch two short videos about these punctuation marks.
Your activity is to punctuate some sentences about the Great Fire of London using the correct punctuation mark. You need to read the sentences carefully and then decide if the sentence ends with a question mark (?) or an exclamation mark (!).
There are three sheets to select from. Select the one that is best for your child and that they can complete with some degree of independence. The first sheet is a cut and stick activity. If you are not able to print the sheet, you can write the sentences out in your book. The other activities can be written straight into your workbook. Answers are also included below for you to check your work.
Continue to learn your spellings ready for a quiz tomorrow:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Remember- they all end in day and begin with a capital letter.
This week we have been revising all the sounds we have looked at so far this year. If you still have activities to finish from the start of the week, please continue to work on them today. If you have finished all the tasks, you might like to try the 'Planes and Parachutes' phonic game which is played in the same was as the well known game, 'Snake and Ladders'.
This week we have been revising the letter formation of the 'one armed robot' letters: r n m h b k p
If your child is starting these letters in the correct position (the top of the letter, going down, retracing up the line and curving over) then they can begin to start working on the pre-cursive letter formation and start their letters on the line. Use the Power Point below to see the correct formation.
Today have a go at making up patterns with the letters. I.e. bpbpbp, mhnmhn etc.
Please try to read for at least 10 minutes a day.
Here are the websites with lots of online books to select from:
Today's maths looks at comparing number sentences.
Please follow the link below and click on Lesson 4- Compare number sentences and watch the video.
Once your child has watched the video, you could print the activity sheet found below or write the answers straight into your workbooks. The answers to the questions are also found below for you to check your work.
You can also find more linked learning at BBC Bitesize. Please use the link below.