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Tuesday 12th May 2020

Good morning Year One.

We hope you had a good day yesterday and home learning went well for you all.  We hope you enjoyed some of the afternoon tasks and managed to give your parents a bit of a break!




You might like to start your day with the live Joe Wicks workout on You Tube.

Or, if you prefer, you could try something more relaxing, like this cosmic kids yoga session:

Enzo The Bee | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!


Today you are going to read the sentences on the sheets below. It is a diary entry from the Great fire of London. Your task is to check the sentences for capital letters and full stops. Add them in and copy some of the sentences correctly into your home learning book.


Again, there are three slightly different sheets to select from. Have a look and complete the one you feel is most appropriate for your child. The first is the shortest passage and needs to have capital letters at the start of sentences and full stops at the end. The second also has capital letters in the wrong places and requires capital letters for names.  In addition to all of the above, the third page requires some spelling mistakes to be corrected.

You do not need to complete all three pages!

Read and edit sentences- capital letters and full stops


Continue to learn your spellings this week. They are the days of the week:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.



Continue to complete the revision phonics sheet from yesterday.

If you completed it, can you think of another word and picture to draw for each of the sounds? You could draw these in your book.

Here is a phonics game to play.

Sort the real words into the treasure chest and the alien words into the bin!

Start with phase three sounds and then move on to the others.

Read Write Inc – Phonics lesson of the day


You might also like to watch the new, daily Ruth Miskin phonics lesson- they focus on a different sound each day.




Today, we will be continuing to revise 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.

In this power point you can select the letter you would like to learn, watch how to form it and then have a go in your handwriting books.

Today you might like to focus on: h b p

Select the letter and watch how to form it - pre-cursive



Please try to read for at least 10 minutes at some point today- it is great to hear that lots of you are continuing to enjoy the online books from the following websites.


If you follow the link below, you will find the usual video lesson on the White Rose Maths website.

Go to the week 4 set of lessons and watch lesson 2- Subtract within 20

There are worksheets linked to the lesson below but you do not have to do these this week as it is 'Give your parents a break' week, but they are here, if you would like to use them.  More linked learning can be found at BBC Bitesize. 

Today there are three worksheets that focus on subtractions, as shown in the video. You do not have to do these but you might like to. These worksheets get increasingly more complex. Start with sheet one and only move on to sheet two if your child managed to complete the first sheet on their own. The third page is a challenge that some children might want to tackle.


Your child could copy the questions into their home learning book if you prefer not to print.

Use objects to count or draw pictures to help, if you are answering calculations in books.


Worksheets- Subtraction within 20

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