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Year 1

Mr Branskey's Email Address: 

1B.Homework@pussbank.cheshire.sch.uk

 

Mrs Plummer's Email Address:

1P.Homework@pussbank.cheshire.sch.uk

Spring Term

 We would like to thank you for all your support while children have been working from home.  It has been great seeing all the activities your children have managed to complete.  We are so proud of all of the children in Year 1.  As we move back to  classroom teaching we will continue to put the activities here on the class page in case your child needs to be working from home.

Many thanks,

Mr Branskey and Mrs Plummer

 

 As always if you have any questions please e-mail us using the class email addresses.

 

This is only for children who need to be isolating at home for the week of the 29th March 2021.

 

Maths 

Look at the sheets below to find out about this weeks maths work.  

English

This week we are continuing our look at traditional tales with a focus on the three little pigs.  Have a look at the story on the PowerPoint.  Use the resources from last week for children to rewrite the story in their own words.  We will split it over 3 days beginning, middle and end.

Phonics 

We have been looking at sound families. 

 

nose           phone         rope        hole        pole      rope

 

bike           hike          kite           ride        slide        slime   

 

cake       bake        name         blame          shame         plane    

 

food        zoom          root           boot        hoot

 

toy          royal         loyal            boy        annoy      

 

 

Also have a go at reading and spelling tricky words.

 

people        come      friend      called      Mr       by     their         

Geography.

This week we are looking at the continent of Africa.  We are going to focus on Kenya and Macclesfield.  Can you make comparisons by finding out about Kenya what is the weather like? What money do they use?  What language is spoken?  What animals live there? What are the most famous landmarks? What is the capital city? Then compare these features with our local area.

Science
Can you sort the animals below?

Reading

Please try and read regularly with your child using books you have, the ones provided by school or on-line resources e.g. Oxford Owl.

 

 

Don't Forget Hand Washing 

Below are a few helpful ideas to support washing hands properly.

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