We have been thinking about rhyming words and writing our own versions of ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’.
Can you make the longest rhyme string?
Here’s one to start you off: cat, fat, bat, rat, sat, that, hat.
Can you make a longer one?
Or you might like to make you own version of another rhyme. Have fun!
We have been planted sunflower seeds and thinning out our crops! Thanks for the great photos Paige!
This week we have been learning about subtraction.
Try making up your own subtraction word problem from real life.
Avin said that she had 100 cats and she lost 80. How many does she have now?
This week, we experimented with pastels. We blended two colours together and thought of a name for the colour we made. It was great, messy fun!
Our Author Focus this term is Quentin Blake.
How many Quentin Blake books can you read? Don’t forget about the library.
Maybe you could write a book review to share with the class. Remember to include a picture too!
In maths, we have been looking at arrays and thinking about how they help us to count more quickly. We used the words groups of and lots of to describe them.
Can you describe these arrays? Maybe you can find some more arrays at home?
We have been working hard on our new versions of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. Today we read them to Purple Class and Albert the cat. Thank you for listening so well RW and Albert!
Thank you Anna-Clara for the lovely bed you made and brought in for Albert!
Albert might have job in the office now…
We have read, learnt and written the story Jack and the Beanstalk. Next week, we will be writing our own versions!
At home, practise retelling your new version of the story. You can use/make a story map to help you!
What have you changed? What have you kept the same?
Post some of your ideas on the blog, or bring them in next week!
Look at the fruit and vegetables you eat this week. Where do you think they grow? Underground, on the ground or in a bush or tree?
You can write your answers on this blog or draw a picture and bring it into school. You could explain to your class how your favourite fruit or vegetable grows and bring it into school if you like!
To read the Summer Term Topic Overview click here: Y1 parent letter SUMMER