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The Lyppard Grange Primary School Empowering children to be secure, engaged and equipped for life.

Week Seven

Hello Year One,

 

We hope you are keeping well.

Did you enjoy thinking up a story about another world at the top of the beanstalk? We hope you liked the video of Ms James showing you how to draw a face. Ms James has been drawing lots of faces at home and her son has had a go too. Mrs Grindrod (who is terrible at drawing) and her daughter followed the video and had a try at drawing a face too. This week Miss Tinley has used her DT skills to make a bird box for her garden!

 

If you'd like to share your artwork we would love to see them on our twitter page @lyppardyear1 or @lyppardschool. 

 

Love,

Year 1 Team x

 

By Ms James son Jude who is also in Year 1
By Mrs Grindrod's daughter - Elsie aged 3
By Mrs Grindrod
Miss Tinley cutting the wood for her bird box
Finished bird box
Looking good!

Writing

Here is Mrs Merrylegs to tell you all about this week's writing task based on the book Oi Frog.

 

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We would like you to have a go at some rhyming challenges this week just like the rhymes in "Oi Frog". You have to make an animal rhyme with something it sits on! Choose your favourite animal. Can you make it sit on something that rhymes, like cats sit on hats. How many silly rhymes can you make?

Here is Mrs Merrylegs to explain.

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Drawing

In the video below, Jim Field the illustrator of the story Oi Frog, shows you how to draw Oi Frog. Follow the video, have a go and tweet us your artwork! Why don't you try drawing the animal that you've written some rhyming words for!

Phonics

Please recap the sounds below.

Maths

 

In the spring term children learnt to subtract numbers, within 20, crossing the 10. Children learnt how to represent this using concrete manipulatives and pictorially. Ten frames and number lines are particularly useful to model the structure of this strategy. They also learnt the different structures of subtraction (taking away, partitioning, and difference). One of the most difficult concepts for children is finding the difference where they subtract to calculate how many more.

Subtraction strategies children have used in class

Useful videos for your child to watch

Learning through play ideas to help your child practise subtraction

Daily Maths

Reading

We have allocated your child two books. Please remind them to click on the bugs and answer the questions.

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