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Welcome 1D 

 

“Hello, hello, it’s nice to see you! Hello, hello, it’s nice to see you!

I must say you’ve made my day, hello, hello, hello”

 

Welcome to our brand new home learning 1D challenge page.  

 

Everyday I will be adding special challenges for you to do at home to continue our wonderful year 1 learning adventure!

 

Please remember these learning challenges are for just ideas for you to do at home and just like our home learning newsletter these activities are completely voluntary.  

Please have fun and stay safe 🌈

 

Please stay in touch, using the email year1@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk I love hearing from you all and seeing your wonderful home learning photographs! 

Mrs Dickinson x 

Tuesday 7th April

Good morning 1D it looks like it’s going to be a beautiful day β˜€οΈ

Tonight before you go to bed, let’s all go outside and look into the night sky together....  If you do you will see the biggest supermoon of the year the ‘Super Pink Moon’.  The moon won’t actually be pink, it gets its name because the April full moon often corresponds to the blooming of spring flowers.  The moon will look both bigger and brighter in the night sky because this is when the full moon closest to the earth πŸŒ‘ Have fun my space scientists! 

Monday 6th April 

 

Good morning 1D 😊

 

It’s the start of our Easter holidays let’s have some fun! Here are some learning challenges and activities you may like to try 🌟

 

🐣 Make an Easter acrostic poem.  First think about all your favourite things at Easter time and write down lots of words to help you (bunny, family, egg, chocolate, hunt, etc).  Now let’s write an acrostic poem! Write down the word in CAPITAL LETTERS vertically down the page.

 

E

A

S

T

E

R

 

Finally, use your list of words to help you write a sentence for each line beginning with the letter in our word Easter.  Don’t worry if you can’t think of them in order, it’s fine to go back and add any missing lines afterwards.  

 

🐣 Decorate a hard boil egg, what can you create? Think about making a perfect pattern or can you make it into an animal or story character? 🎨 

 

🐣Create and make Easter cards for your family and friends.  You can do this using paper and materials around the house or on the computer.  Can you post your card or email your card to wish your family and friends a very Happy Easter 🐰 

 

🐣Have an egg rolling race with your families.  Use your time words to describe the race (quicker, slower, earlier, later) and your ordinal numbers to give everyone their race positions (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc).

 

🐣I have loved seeing your baking adventures 1D! Keep baking! πŸ‘©‍🍳 🌟

 

🐣Create an ‘Active Easter Egg Hunt’.  Draw and cut out Easter eggs that you write active challenges on, for example:

Touch your toes 4 times.

Hop on the spot.

Run on the spot.

Hide these around the house and outside for you and your family to find, each time you find one, read the active challenge and take part πŸ’ͺ

 

 

Have fun 1D and please email me at year1@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk I love hearing about your wonderful adventures 🌈 x

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday 3rd April

Good Morning 1D 🀩

 

Get your fancy dress costumes ready for Mr Huntington’s challenge live at 9.45am.  There is a special prize for any child who can beat Mr Huntington, go team Torrisholme 1D! πŸ’ͺ🀩

 

Just copy and paste the link:

 

https://www.facebook.com/265332757245804/posts/923105268135213/?d=n

 

Have fun! I will post a super science challenge later today...

 

 

Good Afternoon 1D 🀩

This afternoon can you ‘Grow A Rainbow?’🌈 Have a look at Torrisholme TV to see my rainbow.  Have fun my super scientists!

 

Have a lovely weekend 1D 🀩

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Thursday 2nd April

Good morning 1D!🌈

 

Our challenge today is to write our numbers to 100 🀩You can do this outdoors in chalk or on a piece of paper.

 

Begin with the number 1 and start a brand new line when you reach number 10 so you can create your very own own 100 square...

1     2     3      4     5        6       7     8    9    10

11   12   13   14    15    16    17    18    19  20 

 

Once your get to 100 your 100 number square is complete! 🌟

 

Can you jump on a number? Close your eyes and touch a number? 

Say the number you landed on aloud? Say one more? One less? If you would like a bigger challenge find Ten more? Ten less? 

 

Have a a fantastic day my marvellous mathematicians πŸ€©

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday 1st April

  πŸŒˆ Happy Birthday Nellie! πŸŽ‚ We hope you have a magical day xxx

 

Good Morning 1D 😊

Today I would like to challenge you to have fun with phonics!

 

First you need to cut little squares of paper and carefully write each of our phase 3 & 5 graphemes (a grapheme is a letter or a number of letters that represent a sound).  Please remember to draw a writing line and form each letter with care, using your best handwriting πŸ–Š.  These are going to be your home learning phonic flash cards, just like the cards we use in class 🌟

 

Phase 3: qu, ch, sh, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi, ear, air, ure, er

Phase 5: ay, ou, ie, ea, or, ir, use, wh, ph, ew, oe, au, (our split digraphs also contains two letters but they are split between a consonant, for example; make, bike and pure) a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e, u-e 

  

Say each sound as you place your phonic flash card into a hat.  Play ‘pass the hat’, play your favourite song and when the music stops the family member holding the hat must stop and pull out a flash card and say the sound!  Have fun 1D and keep your flash cards very safe we will use these for lots of fun activities in the next few days 🌟Have a wonderful day 🌈😊

 

If you would like to hear the pronunciation of each sound, please copy and paste this link

https://youtu.be/IwJx1NSineE πŸ˜Š

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Tuesday 31st March

Good Morning 1D! A beautiful sunny morning...  let’s be marvellous mathematicians outdoors!

 

Today’s challenge is to represent 2 digit numbers, can you find and use objects outdoors (sticks, stones and leaves) to represent Tens and Ones? For example 23 (2 sticks to represent the 2 tens and 3 stones to represent the 3 ones).  Can you represent the numbers..

 

34    28       58       16      48 ?

 

Have fun creating and representing your own 2 digit numbers!  Please email me photographs of your marvellous mathematic to year1@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk, have a lovely day 1D! 😊

 

Maths talk

How many tens are there?
How many ones are there?
I have ___ tens and ___ ones. What number does that make?

How do we record this number in words?

 

 

 

 

 

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Monday 30th March

Good morning 1D 😊 Today let’s do our super spellings making rainbow words! 🌈

 

Our phase 5 tricky words are

         oh     their     people     Mr     Mrs     looked    called    asked   could

 

You can make your rainbow word indoors (using paper and pencils, crayons) or outdoors (using chalk).

First write your spelling in a pencil or white chalk.

Next trace over the word 5 times, using a different colour each time to make a beautiful rainbow word! πŸŒˆ 

Can you spell the world aloud using your letter names? Please share your rainbow words with me by emailing your photographs to year1@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk 🌈 Have fun! 🌟

 

 

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Friday 27th March

Good Morning 1D! Let’s make the most of another sunny day and take our learning outdoors!

 

Today we are going to be Marvellous Mathematicians! Using our skills we learnt in PE I would like you to roll and/or underarm throw a ball with a family member counting in your multiples of 2s, 5s and 10s.  If someone drops the ball you have to start back at the beginning.  How far can you count in your 2s, 5s, 10s?  If you don’t have a ball can you find another object in the house or outdoors you can use? (like a balloon, orange, etc) Please share your photographs and videos with me at year1@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk, happy Friday!

 

At the weekend I would like everyone to remember our class positive affirmation ‘We are Kind’ this weekend can you help you grown ups with some jobs? Cleaning, hoovering, dusting, planting, tidy your bedroom and put your toys and book away? Can you write an email, text message or a letter to a family member you have not seen this week? Can you write a letter for a neighbour? How many RAKs (Random Acts of Kindness) can you do this weekend? 🌈 

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Thursday 26th March

what a beautiful day!

Can you make an outdoor obstacle course?

Please share your pictures by emailing them to year1@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk and Mrs Price deputyhead@torrisholme.lancs.sch.uk

 

Wednesday 25th March

What a beautiful day!

Let’s make a den...

 

Tuesday 24th March 2020

Nature Hunt! Can you go on minibeast hunt in your garden? How many minibeasts can you name in 30 seconds? Where do you think minibeast live? What do they eat? Draw a picture of your favourite minibeast and research some fantastic facts to share with your friends.

 

Monday 23rd March 2020 

Amazing Artists! Can you Create your own masterpiece? Can you create your own rainbow art? 

Ellie and I enjoyed painting rainbows to put in our windows to help spread a message of hope.

 

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