# Category Archives: 1B

## Year 1 Home Learning

This week in Maths, we are learning about fractions of shapes and amounts. We made (or will be making) 3 pizzas using paper plates. We kept one as a whole pizza. We cut one pizza into two equal parts and found that … Continue reading

## 1B: Visit to the Horniman Museum and Gardens

In Art, we will be making birds out of clay! To help us get ready for this, we visited the Horniman Museum to sketch different types of birds! Take a look at our pictures from the day… We had a FANTASTIC … Continue reading

## Year One Home Learning

We have been planning our own versions of the story, ‘The Little Red Hen’. Which characters are in your own story? Where is it set? Is your main character trying to make bread or something else? Tell someone at home your story. … Continue reading

## Home Learning Year 1

We have been celebrating World Book Day. Tell someone about your favourite book. Try designing a new cover or inventing a new character for your book.

## 1B: Bug Man AND World Book Day!

Today, we had a visit from the Bug Man! We saw (and some of us held) LOTS of different insects and reptiles! Can you remember some the interesting facts we learnt? Today was also World Book Day! We shared stories with … Continue reading

## Year 1 Home learning 28/02/2019

This week we have been baking bread for the Little Red Hen. How many different types of bread can you name? You can find bread in bakeries and the supermarket. Don’t forget, some breads are sweet. You could try making … Continue reading

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## The Little Red Hen: Making Bread!

This week, we received a letter from the mother of our chicks, Mother Hen. In the letter, she told us how upset she was that nobody would help her make bread for her chicks! As a class we decided that … Continue reading

## 1B’s Chicks – Day 12

Today, we said goodbye to our chicks and wrote in our chick diaries for the last time! ‘I miss them already!’ – Katy ‘Their feet tickle your hands when you hold them!’ – Jaquon ‘They’re so cute, I don’t want them … Continue reading