Year 1 Home Learning - Week 5 (4th May - 8th May 2020)
VE Day - Friday 8th May 2020
On Friday 8th May it is VE Day which is celebrating the 75th anniversary for the end of World War II in Europe. Here are some suggested activities you can do at home to learn more about this significant event.
Computing home learning:
Hi Year 1! We have talked about being safe online and not sharing our personal information with anyone who we don't know in real life. This week, I would like you to think about what personal information is. Can you name 3 things that are personal information? You could make a poster or a list.
Enjoy! Mrs Fraser
Religious Education (R.E.) home learning:
Each religion has a special book. It is a holy book or sacred book. Do you know the names of any?
Who is your favourite character in a book that you love? Can you draw a picture and maybe write a sentence telling me about them?
Have fun! Mrs Westall
Music home learning:
Experiment in the Google Rhythm Lab and have a go at creating your own drum patters! Make sure to try all of the different drum kits by scrolling along to the right. Can you see how many beats are in each bar? Mr Owen
Topic Grid Activities
Here are a few ideas of some fun things you can enjoy doing at home.
Practise your collaging skills. Use coloured paper or cut up newspapers and magazines to collage a picture. You can draw one of your own or print one from the internet. There is a NHS rainbow template on the website as a suggestion.
On Friday 1st May the book trust celebrated Pyjamrama day to encourage families to read together. We have downloaded some activities we think you would like onto the school website.
Having a growth mind set is very important. It helps you to not give up! It will come in useful and keep you positive when completing your home learning. Create a growth mind set poster to remind you to stay positive and keep trying!
There are some growth mind set statements for inspiration in a document below.
Sing and dance along with this supermovers video.
Help your adult in the kitchen! Can you learn a new skill?
Complete the worksheet on labelling the parts of a plant (found in the printable resources section below).
Can you grow something yourself?