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Year 1

Class Teacher: Miss Elliott

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In Literacy this week, year one have been writing a non chronological report about an animal they researched.

In Maths this week, year one have been making 3D shapes.

 

 

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In Maths this week, year 1 have been naming, identifying and making lots of 2D shapes.

In Literacy this week, year one have been working on their comprehension skills when reading text.

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In Science this week year 1 have been identifying trees around the school by examining their leaves.

In Maths this week, year one have been practising multiples of twos, fives and tens and representing them as; pictures, repeated number sentences and multiplications number sentences.

In Literacy this week, year one have written the story of three little pigs with a start, middle and end. They ended the week with performing  a puppet show about the tale.

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In literacy this week, year one have been sequencing and re-telling the tale of ‘The Three Little Pigs’ with an emphasis of the ‘start, middle and end’ of the tale.

 

In maths this week, year one have been finding the difference between two numbers by using a number line.

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In Maths this week, year one have been learning all about place value and the difference between a digit and a number.

In Literacy this week, year one have been writing the tale of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ with a focus on writing more descriptive and compound sentences.

Below is a snapshot into what we have been doing in science this week;

 

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In Maths this week, year one have really impressed Miss Elliott by identifying polygon and quadrilateral shapes, as well as naming 2D shapes such as; rhombuses, kites, oblongs, hexagons, pentagons and octagons!

In Literacy this week, year one have started a new topic based on traditional tales. Below is a snapshot into year 1’s role playing the tale of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’. 

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In order to raise some money for red nose day, year one were set balancing challenges each day this week to have a go at. Here are a few examples of the balances they achieved during p.e this week;

 

To sponsor your child completing the challenges, please follow the link below;

https://my.rednoseday.com/sponsor/hartsbourneprimaryschool

In Maths this week, year 1 have been learning how to add multiples of ten to two digit numbers using bead strings, hundred squares and mentally!

In Literacy this week, year 1 have been writing the start, middle and end of the story ‘Dogger’.

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In Maths this week year one have been learning how to use bead strings in order to add.

In Literacy this week year 1 have been reading the book, ‘Dogger’ as part of the ‘Stories reflecting children’s own experiences’ topic.

Here is a picture of year 1 sequencing the story by putting picture prompts in the correct order;

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This week in Maths year one have been exploring how many different ways they can represent a number. 

In Literacy this week, year one have been adapting the instructions on ‘How to Catch a Dragon’ to a wild animal/insect of their choice.

 

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This week year 1 celebrated World Book Week by choosing their favourite character from a book to dress up as on Thursday. During assembly, each class took it in turns to parade around the hall to show off their costumes. Two winners from each class were selected as the best dressed. Well done to Belle and the duo Mackenzie and Brodie for winning this year! 

In Maths this week, year one have been exploring place value and practising the 2 and 3 times tables.

In Literacy this week, year one have been writing instructions on how to trap a dragon.

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In Maths this week, year 1 have been using peg boards to show repeated addition and solve multiplication problems.

In English this week, year 1 have been looking at monologue poems and have had a go and making up their own. They especially liked Michael Rosen’s poem about chocolate cake!

 

 

 

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Year One’s exciting trip to Tesco as part of their ‘Farm to Fork’ programme.