Heacham


You can contact Miss Cook by emailing her on – s.cook@gf.kwestacademy.com

Reception Curriculum Information Booklet

Year 1 and 2 Curriculum Information Booklet New

Please click on the links below to see what we will be learning this half term 

 

Year 1 and 2 Spring 1 Overview

 

 

 

Miss Sarah Cook


Hello!  My name is Miss Cook and I am the teacher of Heacham Class, which is a mixed class of Reception and Year 1.  We have lovely teaching assistants called Miss Jay and Miss Fayers.  We are an active and busy class, with a lot to achieve in the day!  I am also the Computing Lead, helping to ensure that the whole school knows how to be safe online.  As a class we work really closely with Snettisham class, learning from each other and sharing resources and ideas.

Outside of school, I like camping in my VW, reading, knitting and baking.



 

Heacham – we are nearly there!

Posted on Monday, March 1st, 2021

Wow!  What a week!

The live learning has gone really well, and it’s been lovely to see so many of you. If you haven’t made it yet, please make sure you do this week.

You’ll need your teams logins, and if you haven’t found them yet, they may be in your spam or junk folders.

First, we meet at 9am for a Good morning session where we go through the day and look at the phonics sound.  You then get on with the phonics and the children in the class get on with their phonics.

Next we meet at 10am for Literacy, and we are carrying on with Sayeeda the Pirate Princess.  If you have trouble opening the powerpoint online, do let me know via email, and I will send it to you.  I can’t work out why some people can and some people can’t at the moment, but I’m working on it!

After that, we have snack.

Finally we meet at 11am for Power Maths.

What a busy morning!

 

 

 

 

Did you see how I did that, using First, Next, After That, Finally?  What can you write, using that way of writing?

 

We are nearly there my children, nearly at the point where you and I can meet each other properly and get on with the job like we used to.  Things will be a bit different, but we are used to different and we are adaptable and we are amazing.

 

I will see *you* next week!

 

Take care (and wash your hands)

 

Miss Cook

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heacham mornings

Posted on Monday, February 8th, 2021

Good morning!

What a beautiful day. (Unless it’s snowing, in which case I will have just walked to work when you get this and I will be less happy!)

Firstly, I’m sorry that I haven’t been in touch with some people last week, and have been delayed in answering emails – I had a problem with my laptop lead and had to wait for a new one to come.

Let’s have a look at this week and what we’ll be doing.

Timetable

0840-0900 – register and reading

0900-0940 – phonics and spelling

0940-1000 – Literacy

1040-1140 – maths

1200 lunch

Monday

Register and reading

You’ve got two reading books this week – Timmy’s Snowball, and Fun in the Snow.  Can you guess why I put those ones on for you?  This week, I’d like to know which one is your favourite.  Email me and let me know!

phonics and guided reading

Our phonics this week is looking at the soft ‘g’ sound, and the different ways that that is written. What words can you see in Mr Thorne’s video?  Write a sentence for the three you like the best – bonus points if you can get all three in the same sentence!

maths

Power Maths Unit8 lesson 3

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-the-make-ten-strategy-to-subtract-a-1-digit-number-from-a-teen-number-part-1-74v30d

literacy

 

Tuesday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Now, I nearly didn’t put this one in, because Geraldine (who has a soft ‘g’) is very, very naughty in this one.  I think that she needs to learn some manners!  I know that none of you could ever make this many bad choices in one go!

 

maths

Power Maths Unit8 lesson 4

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-the-make-ten-strategy-to-subtract-a-1-digit-number-from-a-teen-number-part-2-cmt38t

literacy

 

Wednesday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

In this video, I’d like you to see which letter follows the ‘g’ most often – is it gi, ge, or gy?  All of those usually make the ‘g’ into a soft sound.

 

maths

Power Maths Unit8 lesson 5

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-mathematical-models-and-strategies-for-subtraction-64tk4d

literacy

 

Thursday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Today we have a different phoneme and grapheme, but one that is often muddled with soft ‘g’ when you are writing.  Today we are looking at ‘dge’.

maths

Power Maths Unit8 lesson 6

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/using-number-bonds-when-subtracting-c9h3jd

literacy

 

Friday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

For your phonics this Friday, I’d like you to look for the sounds that we have looked at in your reading books.  Can you find them?  If not, where else could you look?

maths

Power Maths Unit8 end of unit check

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-that-the-symbol-represents-equivalence-6tgk4c

 

Heacham Afternoons 8/2/21

Posted on Monday, February 8th, 2021

Welcome to another week of afternoon work! It’s nearly half term, you’ve nearly made it!

Yoga

This week we are choosing our favourite Yoga activities from Cosmic Yoga on YouTube.  We’ll also be using some Zen Den videos!

Music

Little Red Riding Hood. 5: Wolfie went a-walking – BBC Teach

This week we are focusing on the wolf.  Where is he going? What is he doing?

The music to listen to is Spring from the Four Seasons by Vivaldi.  Do you think this sounds  like spring?

Art

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/cbeebies-pablo-live-lesson/zn7ty9q

 

As a complete change from collage, we are going to be looking at our emotions as it is Children’s Mental Health Week.  Follow along with Pablo’s live lesson, and see how he gets on.  I’d love some magic crayons!

 

Science

We know a lot about shadows and light and dark now, but how do we see light?  Have a look at the BBC page here to see how the eye works.

How does the eye detect light? – BBC Bitesize

How could you explain this to your adult?

R.E.

This week, we are looking at the Chinese New Year story as those celebrations start on Friday.

Have a look at these children explaining how they celebrate Chinese New Year.

Chinese and Lunar New Year – CBeebies – BBC

Safer Internet Day

On  Tuesday, it is Safer Internet Day, which we celebrate at Greyfriars every year, working hard to help our children use the internet safely and kindly.  We are all responsible for making a nicer internet.

This year, the theme is “An internet we trust – exploring reliability in the online world.”

Safer Internet Day 2021 | Safer Internet Centre

Heacham children in school will be working on activities from here : For work with 3-7s | Safer Internet Centre

We will also be taking part in the 1100 online live lesson from the BBC

Safer Internet Day – Live Lesson – BBC Teach

We are going to be using Detective Digiduck! – Childnet to help us learn about the story, and I have parent links available if you would like them.

 

If you have any questions or you’d like more resources for this, please let me know.

 

Take care,

 

Miss Cook

 

 

 

Heacham afternoon work

Posted on Monday, February 1st, 2021

Good afternoon!  This is a touch late going up as I’ve had computer problems, but it’s ok, it’s all sorted now, so let’s get on!

We’re finishing off the YogaQuest this week as we head to Party Town with Jamie.  The first one is Calypso the flamingo – she’s having a birthday party!

Music

This week the story has Little Red Riding Hood heading into the woods. However, she must remember to stay on the path!

Little Red Riding Hood. 4: Stay on the path – BBC Teach

Art

How did you get on with your Fire of London collage last week?  What else could you make a collage of? Have a try and send me a picture!

 

Science

Terrific Scientific – Light – BBC Teach

This page has a really good video, as well as an investigation that you could try if you have time.

t-t-2546797-animal-hand-shadow-display-posters

Can you try making hand shadows with the posters to help you? Can you make the shadow larger? Or smaller?

When do we see shadows around us?

 

R.E.

This week we are starting our creation stories.  Have a look at the pictures on this one, and ask an adult to help you with the words.

10-Must-Know-Creation

This is the Christian creation story, and we will be looking at other creation beliefs over the next few weeks.

 

I hope you enjoy all these exciting things to do in the afternoons!

 

Take care,

 

Miss Cook

Heacham morning work

Posted on Monday, February 1st, 2021

 

Let’s have a look at this week and what we’ll be doing.

Timetable

0840-0900 – register and reading

0900-0940 – phonics and spelling

0940-1000 – Literacy

1040-1140 – maths

1200 lunch

Monday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

This week our guided reading book is “Senses” to match our poem.  Have a look and let me know what you think.

Our phonics is the alternate graphemes for the soft ‘c’ sound. Today, I’d like you to think about the words that have the ‘ce’ grapheme.  Make a list from what Mr Thorne says.  What other words do you know? When do you use that sound?

maths

This week we are finishing our work on addition to 20 and starting subtraction later in the week.

If you are using Oak Academy, you’ve got a slightly different lesson to start with, and don’t forget, if you want your power maths book, drop me an email and I’ll leave it in the office for you.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/representing-information-as-a-bar-model-part-1-6cw6ar

literacy

We have moved from Little Red Riding Hood to poetry this week!  I do like poetry.  It’s called “Sniff, Sniff, Sniff”.  What do you think it will be about? Have a chat to your adult, and then see if you were right.

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Tuesday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Today, we are looking at the ‘ci’ and the ‘cy’ grapheme.  Are there more or less words for this grapheme than for the ‘ce’ grapheme from yesterday?

 

maths

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/representing-information-as-a-bar-model-part-2-6ct62d

literacy

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Wednesday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Today’s grapheme is a tricky one – it’s ‘stl’, as in ‘castle’, ‘pestle’, and ‘bustle’.  Can you find any others?

maths

If you are using Power Maths, today is the day to assess your work at the end of the unit.  There’s a page for that.  If you are using Oak Academy, then you are doing this lesson.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/representing-information-as-a-bar-model-part-2-6ct62d

literacy

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Thursday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Today, it’s the ‘se’ grapheme.  Can you write sentences for some of these words?

maths

Today we are moving onto Unit 8, which is about subtraction within 20.  Have a look at the starter page on the webpage, and talk about it with your adult.  Then move on to lesson 1.

If you are following Oak Academy, you are on this lesson.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-subtract-by-counting-back-using-a-number-line-cgr36d

literacy

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Friday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Today, I’d like you to take a reading book and see what examples you can find of the graphemes that we have done this week.  Which do you think you will find more of? Does it depend on the book?

maths

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-subtract-a-1-digit-number-from-a-teens-number-using-a-known-fact-c4u3gc

Literacy

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Don’t forget, you have EducationCity and BugClub work to log into as well.

Any problems, let me know s.cook@gf.kwestacademy.com

Take care (and wash your hands!)

 

Miss Cook

Snettisham and Heacham afternoons

Posted on Monday, January 25th, 2021

Hello my lovelies!

This week is going to be cold and frosty according to the weather people, so your first instruction is to wrap up warm – but if snow falls, go and play in it!  There’s lots of time to work later, but we don’t often get proper snow.

Yoga

I’ve found the complete playlist for the YogaQuest, so you can see where you are up to.  In school, we are in the Rumbly Jungle.  Follow the link and have a look on the right hand side of the page.

Cosmic Kids YOGA QUEST | How to Take Part! 👋 – YouTube

Music

This week we are making a cake for Grandma! We are so kind!

Little Red Riding Hood. 3: Let’s make a cake for Grandma! – BBC Teach

Art

Last week you got together all the things you would need to make your collage.  This week is the making week!  How will you stick your things down?  Send me a picture of your finished piece and I’ll make a gallery for them.

 

Science

Last week we looked at what a light source was.  Which light sources can you remember?  Here’s a clip to help you.

BBC Two – KS1 Science Clips, Light and Dark, Introduction to light sources (clip compilation)

 

This week, I’m asking you a question – is the moon a light source?  Let me know what you think.

The Moon – KS2 Science – BBC Bitesize might help you.

Topic

PSHE KS1 / KS2: Proud to be an Inventor – BBC Teach

What do we learn about inventors from this clip?

What is your favourite invention from history?

What inventors do you know from history or books? My favourite is this one…

You Two – Chitty, Chitty, Bang Bang – YouTube

I’d love a breakfast machine!

 

R.E.

Last week we looked at the pictures and thought about which was our favourite.

This week, I want you to look at the pictures and think about how those things were made.  Was it science? Or were they made on purpose by a creator?  What kind of questions would you have for a being who made the world? Is there anything you think they shouldn’t have made?

 

Right, so I think that’s all of it, so let’s crack on with the week

Snettisham and Heacham mornings 25/1/21

Posted on Sunday, January 24th, 2021

Good morning! I’ve got a fresh mug of tea, so let’s look a the week ahead.

Timetable

0840-0900 – register and reading

Reception – your book is ‘Chick Gets Lost’, and Year 1, your guided reading book is “Spot the Shape”.

0900-0940 – phonics and spelling

0940-1000 – Literacy

1040-1140 – maths

1200 lunch

Monday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Reception, you are moving onto long vowel phonemes today.  The first one is /ai/.

Year 1, we are looking at alternative spellings for the hard /k/ phoneme.

Today it’s /c/.

 

 

 

maths

Hurrah! The Power Maths books have arrived in school!  If you have a home pack, yours has been collected with the home pack.  If you don’t have a home pack because you have access to the internet, but you would like your Power Maths book, let me know at the usual address, and I’ll leave it in the office for you to collect.  They will need to come back to school at the end of this crazy time, so make sure you keep them safe!

Reception,  you only have to write in your powermaths books on a Friday, because Reception maths should be a practical thing.

Year 1, you get to write in yours every day! Aren’t you the luckiest? Please do send pictures of the completed pages, or, hopefully, we’ll be able to talk about them soon on Teams, which will be exciting for all of us.

 

So.

 

Reception – you are on comparing quantities.  Which is more? Which is fewer?  We can do this with anything and we di it all the time. In my house it’s usually people wanting to know who has the most roast potatoes! This is a really practical week, so today, just have a try with using something around you, and I’ll try and post a video to show you what I mean.

 

Year 1

You are adding by counting on.   This means you start from the largest number, and count on the smallest number.  Here’s an Oak Academy lesson to show you what I mean.

Lesson: Combining sets (count on) | Teacher Hub | Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

PowerMaths Unit 7 lesson 1, and then pages 6,7, 8 in your practice book.

literacy

This week I’ve put reception and year 1 work into the powerpoints.  This is a hot task week so when we get to Wednesday I do need to see your work!  This is also our last week on Little Red Riding Hood (although it’ll still be your music for a while)

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Tuesday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Reception, the next long vowel phoneme is /ee/.

Year 1, you are on /k/ as a way of writing /k/

maths

Reception, look out of your window.  Count what goes past.  Are there more people, or more cars? More red cars, or more silver cars, or more of a different colour? Are there more birds, or more aeroplanes?  Can you see more trees, or more houses?  Can you ask your own questions to your adult?

Year 1 – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-add-by-counting-on-using-a-number-line-ccukct

PowerMaths Unit 7 lesson 2, and then pages 9, 10,11 in your practice book.

literacy

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Wednesday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Reception, the next long vowel phoneme is /igh/. This is a trigraph – three letters that come together to make one sound.

Year 1, today you’re on /ck/ as a way to write the /k/ sound.

 

maths

Reception – what happens when things we want to investigate are all jumbled up?  What can we do?  If you have counters, buttons, or blocks, put a pile on the table.  Can you see how you could sort them? Can you see which is more?  What could you do to make it easier?

Year 1 – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-add-a-1-digit-number-to-a-teens-number-using-a-known-fact-69gkat

PowerMaths Unit 7 lesson 2, and then pages 12,13,14 in your practice book.

 

literacy

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Thursday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Reception, the next long vowel phoneme is /oa/.

Year 1, today is the /ch/ grapheme for the /k/ phoneme.

maths

Reception – get your pile of blocks or buttons or counters or whatever you were using.  How can you sort them? Can you line them up to see which line has more?

Year 1 – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-the-make-ten-strategy-to-add-two-1-digit-numbers-part-1-70r62e

PowerMaths Unit 7 lesson 4, and then pages 15,16,17 in your practice book.

literacy

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Friday

Register and reading

phonics and guided reading

Reception, the next long vowel phoneme is /oo/.  This has a long and short sound.  Today, we are learning the long sound.  Have a look at the example words.

Year 1, have a look at the words from this week – how many more can you find?

maths

Reception – play a game with your adults.  Can they draw something? Can you  draw more of them?  Or can you go first?

Year 1 –  https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-the-make-ten-strategy-to-add-two-1-digit-numbers-part-2-60rk4t

PowerMaths Unit 7 lesson 5, and then pages 18,19,20 in your practice book.

Literacy

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Don’t forget, you have EducationCity and BugClub work to log into as well.

Any problems, let me know s.cook@gf.kwestacademy.com

I’m off to make another mug of tea and get on with making sure that afternoon work is ready to go.

Take care (and wash your hands!)

 

Miss Cook

Snettisham and Heacham Hurrahs

Posted on Friday, January 22nd, 2021

This week is full of good work and good news!

It’s the kind of week that makes me glad to be teaching (but still a bit sad that I don’t get to see you all properly)

So….

 

 

Good work from :

FreddieH, who has worked hard on his writing this week.  Well done Freddie.

 

Heitor has worked hard on writing his numbers and is getting a lot better.  Well done Heitor!

 

Shaya has sent lots of work this week, and apparently would be scared of a wolf but would also be brave.  I think if I was the wolf, I’d be a bit scared of Shaya with her brave attitude!

 

Eddie has made the most of the sunshine and got outside.  It’s really important to play hard as well as work hard, because it’s really good for your brains and what we call ‘mental health’.  Gorgeous pictures Eddie!  He came back in and worked hard after that.

Elouise has sent in a lot of work this week, really focusing on her handwriting and phonics.  Well done Elouise.  I can see you are trying really hard.

 

In all of these cases, and the people I’ve spoken to on the phone, it’s a big well done to parents and big sisters and brothers as well as to the children.  I think we need some kind of #team name because we are absolutely all working together.  Email me with your ideas, and I’ll have a think as well.

 

 

Now.

Usually we would have the EducationCity news here.  However, Y1, I’m really sorry, but apparently I missed a step in the set up, and didn’t actually assign any students to the work!  I could blame it on lots of things, but really, it’s just a mistake.  I’ve put it on now for you, I’ll leave this one up for this week as well, so you’ll have two folders, so if you want to have a look at both lots, that’s fine, if you only have time to do the new lot, that’s also fine.

Reception – These children did brilliantly at EdCity (because they had work to actually do!)  Rounds of applause to Shaya, Callum-James, and EdwardP, with honourable mentions to Maxim, Cassius, Jessica, Freddie, Levi-Boy and Melis.

In our BugClub learning, there has been some amazing reading going on.  Well done to EdwardP, FreddieH, Corrine, Ava, Ewa, Belle, Iris, Harriet,and Heitor from Heacham, and Olliver, FreddieB, Maxim, Cassius and Shaya from Snettisham.  Brilliant work my lovelies.

 

 

This week we’ve had some birthdays as well!

Happy Birthday Ava!  She was 6 on Tuesday, and her sister says that they worked extra hard the rest of the week so that they didn’t have to do any work on her birthday.  Good planning Ava and Shannon.

 

Someone else was celebrating on Tuesday too, in my house!

Dexter-puppy was 1 year old.  I should probably stop calling him a puppy now.

And finally,  some lovely, lovely news.

Freddie has become a big brother again, to a beautiful little sister.  Lots of love, hugs and good wishes from us to the whole family. Doesn’t he look happy to meet her?

 

And on that fabulous note, I’m off to make tea. (Send me more good news as well as your work! I LOVE good news!)

 

Take care (and wash your hands)

 

Miss Cook

Snettisham and Heacham mornings

Posted on Monday, January 18th, 2021

Hello my  lovelies!

How was your weekend?

Let’s have a look at this week and what we’ll be doing.

Timetable

0840-0900 – register and reading

0900-0940 – phonics and spelling

0940-1000 – Literacy

1040-1140 – maths

1200 lunch

Monday

Register and reading

Reception – your guided reading book this week is “Hop, Skip and Run”.  How else can you move?

Year 1 – your guided reading book this week is “Shadows in the Sun” which matches our science about light sources.  We were going to do some measuring of shadows this week, but there’s not going to be enough sun!

phonics

Reception – your sound is ‘ch’

What do we know that has a ‘ch’ sound?

Year 1 – your sound for today is ‘ear’

maths

Reception – you are charging through the counting numbers! You’re on 9 and 10!  Your Power Maths lessons have been allocated in Bug Club, there are EducationCity activities to match, and there are Oak Academy lessons for each day as well!

Here’s 9 on numberblocks though, because he’s one of my favourites!

BBC iPlayer – Numberblocks – Series 2: Nine

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/counting-up-to-9-objects-reliably-74v38d

Year 1 – this week we are beginning with comparing numbers of objects.  Again, your Power Maths lessons are in BugClub and you have EducationCity activities to match.  Here is your Oak Academy lesson for today.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/comparing-sets-using-more-or-fewer-64w3gd

literacy

This week we are looking at Little Red Riding Hood’s diary and how we can think about the diaries that other characters might have written.  I’ve done all of this week’s lessons as powerpoints so that I can send them home for children who need them printing out.  If you need me to email it to you, just say!  I’ve included the diary and the checklist as individual sheets as well so that they are bigger.

Monday

Diary Writing Checklist

Diary of Little Red Riding Hood

Reception – your job today is to listen to a grownup read you the diary, and see if it matches the story that you know.  Do you like it written like this or do you like a story better? Can you retell the story to your adult?

Tuesday

Register and reading

phonics 

Reception, you’re on ‘sh’

What words do you know that are ‘sh’ words?

 

Year 1 – today we have an alternative grapheme for ‘ear’ and we are writing ‘ere’

Mr Thorne hasn’t done a video for this, so I’m going to have a try on Monday afternoon!

 

maths

Reception – we’re on 10! Double digits!

BBC iPlayer – Numberblocks – Series 2: Ten

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/counting-up-to-10-objects-reliably-ccw32e

Year 1 – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/comparing-two-sets-by-finding-the-difference-6gtp4r

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Reception – your job is to look at the diary with a grown up and find the time words – how do we know what order the things happened in?

Wednesday

Register and reading

phonics

Year 1 – today we have an alternative grapheme for ‘ear’ and we are writing ‘eer’

Mr Thorne hasn’t done a video for this, so I’m going to have a try on Monday afternoon!

maths

Reception – Now you know all your numbers to 10, let’s have a look at more and less within 10.

Lesson: Exploring one more within 10 | Teacher Hub | Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

Year 1 – Lesson: Exploring numbers with a difference of one or two on a number line | Teacher Hub | Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

literacy

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Reception – you can do the same as the year 1 today on the powerpoint – can you act out being the woodcutter saving Red Riding Hood?

Thursday

Register and reading

phonics

Year 1 – we are moving onto the alternative graphemes for air – today it’s are

 

 

 

maths

Reception – yesterday we did one more, today we’ll do one less.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/exploring-one-less-within-10-cgtk0c

Year 1 – https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/comparing-numbers-65hk4c

literacy

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Reception – today, can you write a sentence (with your grownup!) about how you felt when you saw the wolf? Remember you are being the Woodcutter, so you need to use “I”.

Here’s mine!

“When I saw the wolf, I thought he was very big and I was a bit scared.”

Your Woodcutter might have felt differently to mine though.  Let me know!

Friday

Register and reading

phonics

Let’s go over the sounds we know, using the jolly phonics songs.

 

maths

Reception – let’s make sure we can put the numbers in order between 1 and 10.  Can you find a way of sending me a picture of your numbers in order so I can put it on the blog?

Lesson: Placing numbers within 10 in order | Teacher Hub | Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

Year 1 – Lesson: Applying ‘make ten’ to differences (Part 1) | Teacher Hub | Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

 

Literacy

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Reception – your work today is to look at your sentence from yesterday.  Can you add another sentence to it to say what you did?

Here’s mine!

“When I saw the wolf, I thought he was very big and I was a bit scared.  I knew I had to save Red Riding Hood though, so I shouted really loudly and ran towards him to see if he would run away!”

 

Don’t forget, you have EducationCity and BugClub work to log into as well.

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Miss Cook

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