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Monday (11.05.20)

Good Morning! Are you still joining in with Joe Wicks workouts in the mornings or are you trying something else physical? Whatever you are taking part in, use this to wake yourself up and get ready for learning today! 

Don't forget your daily Phonics lesson. The Year 1 Letters and Sounds lessons are uploaded daily at 10.30 am. Use the following link to join in with these.

For your Literacy work today I would like you start off by looking at the Minibeast pictures below. Do you know what the different types of minibeasts are called? 

Once you have looked through this, I would like you to choose one of the minibeasts that you have seen on here. What do you already know about this minibeast? What do the other people in your family know about this minibeast? What else can you find out about it? (You could use books or the internet to find out more information.)

Once you have found out lots of information about it, I want you to see if you can write a 'fact file' page for it. You will need to include a picture and then write some information such as what it eats, where it lives, how it moves etc. Some examples are shown below - use these as a guide but please feel free to include your own ideas.

In Maths today, we are learning how to add by making 10. Use the video and worksheets below to help you to learn how to do this.

There are also lots of additional activities on BBC Bitesize, daily Maths lessons that support this teaching. Please have a go at them if you have time.

Year 1 - Week 4 - Lesson 1 - Add by making 10

This is "Year 1 - Week 4 - Lesson 1 - Add by making 10" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

If you have time, I would like you to go on a minibeast hunt around your garden or in another safe local outside space with your parent.  Think carefully about where you will look. Where might the minibeasts be? Remember to treat the minibeasts with respect when you are hunting for them. Be very gentle with them and always leave them (or put them back) where you found them. Don't forget that this is their home. The sheet below shows you some of the minibeasts that you might find. Remember to give your hands a really good wash after this activity. Have fun and happy hunting!