I hope everyone is safe and well. The start of a new month-March. I am REALLY looking forward to seeing all the boys and girls back in Primary 1 next Monday 8th March. Can I just take this opportunity to thank everyone for their hard work at home over the past two months. Everyone has worked incredibly hard. I am so proud of all the children. I know, as a parent myself home schooling has not always been easy but you have all done fantastically well. Below you can find the interactive links for this week's activities. Don't forget WORLD BOOK DAY is this Thursday 4th March. Special activities for World Book Day are outlined in your child's work pack. Please return completed packs next Monday 8th March, along with reading books at your child's bubble time. Please send any World Book Day pictures to my email. Don't hesitate to contact me throughout this week if you have any difficulties with anything.
We have been having lots of fun in school this week!
World Book Day Dressing Up
Lovely 'w' craft creations from Olivia and Kaley!
Olivia working hard with the positional language activity today. Fantastic Olivia!
P1 Bake-off and Outdoor Learning!
Willow and her big brother Oscar working hard at home. Well done you two.
Resources to accompany work pack-Week beginning Monday 1st March
Please keep an empty kitchen/toilet roll for Wednesday's craft activity!
Monday 1st March
Counting in 2s to 10/20 depending on confidence
Encourage your child to practise counting in 2s throughout this week. (Within 10/20) depending on your child's confidence.)
Tuesday 2nd March
Geraldine the Giraffe learns the /w/ sound
Jolly Phonics w song
Wednesday 3rd March
How To Make An Amazing Kitchen Roll Windmill
Resources to complete this craft activity are included in your pack.
Whale paper plate craft activity-w sound
Resources included in pack (The children can choose between the Windmill craft and the whale craft activities.)
Prepositions of place for children-Where things are?
Educational video for kids to learn how to express where things and people are: in, in front of, next to, under, on, between (with the help of Chester the cat.)
'Robin Hood and his socially distanced men'We have a little treat for you all. To celebrate World Book Day, we have special access to this pantomine production. Follow this link and enter the unique password that can be found in the school app under 'notifications.'
Friday 5th March
The Shepherd and the Sheep
PE jumping activities
Good morning Primary 1 and welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely half-term break last week and enjoyed lots of fun family time at home. This week will be a little bit different as we are having a 'Mindfulness Week' as a whole-school. I have explained a little bit about 'Mindfulness' on the overview sheet for this week. Each day you will have some activities based around 'Mindfulness.' You will have Reading and words, as well as Mental Maths and one new sound as normal. Parents/carers please send any photos of the children completing any of their activities to my email.
The 'Mindfulness' PowerPoint below provides visuals for the children to practise some 'mindfulness' breathing activities at home throughout this week.
Once, you press enter when you open the page, please type in the letters g, o, u, l, f and b and their formation will be modelled.
Friday 5th February
Daniel and the Lions - Beginners Bible
Beginners Bible -Embark on the thrilling journey with Daniel.
Fantastic work again from all of P1! I am just so impressed, especially with all of the lovely writing!
A lovely 'f' fish mobile from Emilija.
Emilija working hard with her formation of number 10 this week.
Olivia working hard to make a fantastic polar bear out of play dough.
Georgia and her 'bird' Suzie. What a great example of our new 'b' sound.
Georgia enjoying using her play dough to make number 10.
Kaley has been working so hard at home throughout this week!Well done, Kaley!
Olivia has been working so hard making sets of 10. A big well done!
28 January 2021-Mrs Moore introduces new sound 'b'
Good morning boys/girls, parents and carers,
I hope that you are all safe and well. Thank you again for all the hard work over the past week. It was lovely to see lots of pictures of the children happily engaging in lots of the tasks at home. Well done everyone! I am looking forward to marking all of the work later in the week. Below you will find all of the interactive links for this week, as outlined in the overview sheet. I have also included a glue stick in everyone's pack. Please stick worksheets into your child's blue book. Keep the glue stick at home and do this on a weekly basis. Don't hesitate to contact me on my email address if you are having any difficulties with anything. Please keep the photos coming! I love seeing how the children are getting on. I hope that all the boys and girls enjoy completing all the tasks for this week.
Resources and interactive links to accompany work pack-Week beginning Monday 25th January
Monday 25th January
Meet number 10 with the Numberblocks
Mrs Moore introduces 'f' sound/letter 'f'
Tuesday 26th January
Geraldine the Giraffe learns the 'f' sound. Watch carefully to see what Geraldine finds around the house.
I hope that you are all keeping safe and well and that all the P1 boys and girls having enjoyed completing the activities sent home in last week's pack. I will be posting videos and links to try and support their learning at home throughout the home-schooling period so please keep an eye on this page each week. I really miss all of their little faces and completing our work together in the classroom. I would love to see some photos of your child engaging in activities at home during this lockdown, whether it be completing activities in their home learning pack, baking, playing in the garden, painting or simply enjoying family time together. Please send any photos to my email address, which can be found in the overview page in your child's weekly pack.
Your child's work pack should be collected each Monday morning at their normal bubble arrival time and the previous week's work pack should be returned at the same time, so that it can be marked. Please don't hesitate to contact me through my email address at any stage if you are having difficulties with anything.
Home School Learning - Week Beginning 11th January - Resources to accompany work pack.
World Around Us-Week beginning Monday 11th January
Over the next few weeks, we will be learning about the signs of Winter. Show PowerPoint 'All About Winter' to learn some new things about Winter. Encourage your child to make a snowman with their playdough. First roll out one big ball of dough for the snowman’s body, secondly, roll out a smaller ball of dough for the snowman’s head. Can they make eyes, a nose, mouth, arms, a hat and buttons for their snowman. I would love to see some pictures of all the finished snowmen.
Some additional interactive activities to explore below.
Cosmic Kids Interactive Yoga ActivitiesStories and role play are used to make yoga and mindfulness fun for kids. The children are encouraged to move and stretch their bodies, as well as squeezing in breathing and relaxation techniques along the way.
We have been busy making Christmas decorations in Primary 1.
Welcome to Primary 1
The teachers in Primary 1 are Mrs Moore (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) and Mrs Bunting (Thursday). Mrs Clarke is the Primary 1 classroom assistant.
In our class, we have 30 pupils in all, 16 girls and 14 boys.
In Primary 1 we will explore the following topics:
September/October: Minibeasts and The Gruffalo
March/April: The Three Little Pigs
May/June: The Seaside
We hope that you enjoy looking at all of the exciting things that we do in Primary 1, including Structured play-time, both indoors and outdoors, as well as practical Literacy, Numeracy and World Around Us activities.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me - email@example.com
AlphablocksPlay along with the Alphablocks and have fun with the letters of the alphabet.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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