Welcome back Class Armstrong. I hope you've had a good break from home learning and are ready for work this week?
Thank you to all of you that send me your home learning at the end of last week. I have attached some of the wonderful work to this blog. For those of you that have not had a chance yet please do watch video message that we have put together for all of the children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ob8QXgsdhPs&feature=share&fbclid=IwAR0z4pjptBbsvjYNVZN_XHHflzpL-xCS-bGzY3eizVgPdg4bfKBy6jzAxx8
This weeks learning;
PSHE - Handwashing & Hygiene
Complete activity (make a prompt)
If you have time watch the Operation Ouch episode
Get them to present a video demonstrating how to wash hands. Ideally get them to do the action whilst they explain to the camera what they are doing. Please send the prompts and videos in as evidence by emaiI firstname.lastname@example.org
I can't wait to see the budding TV presenters!
History - Space Travel
Last term we spent a few lessons looking back at Neil Armstrong. In this session we will be recapping the facts and learning about a new space mission that is in
the news at the moment.
1. Start by asking the following questions; Who was Neil Armstrong? Where did he land? When did he take this journey? What was his shuttle or space module called? They do not need to write any of this part down.
2. Complete the Oak Foundation lesson on Neil Armstrong https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/who-was-neil-armstrong-year-1-wk6-1#slide-3
3. Relate this learning to the first commercial space mission that took off
just a few days ago see https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52526849
I look forward to seeing your Neil Armstrong timelines. Good Luck!
Science - The Weather
Can they remember the weather symbols that we learning last term? Can they draw and label them for; sunny, sunny intervals, snowy, rainy, thunder and lightning, cloudy.
Watch the BBC bitesize videos https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z849q6f/articles/z7dkhbk and also https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z9g87ty
Can they remember the names of the weather instruments?
Can they watch or read a weather report on the tv or in a newspaper.
Ask questions about where is it hottest/coolest? What is the temperature where we live? What is the weather like in London?
There is also a lesson associated with this session on Oak Academy if you have time https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/how-can-we-record-wind-direction-year-1-wk6-3
They must record the weather in Malton over the course of the week with words and symbols.
In class we have spent a little time listening to the music of different artists and learning about the different genres of music. Today's lesson is a recap of the first artist we looked at. Hopefully you will remember or know a little about Ed already. Please use the internet or your parents knowledge to help you research answer the following;
Date of birth:
Where does he live?
What instruments does he play?
Do you like his music?
Which is your favourite song of his?
Explain why you like this song (volume, tempo, instruments, genre ie pop, rock…)
Drawing or photograph of him
I also found out that he...
Log onto Oak Academy and complete each of the daily activities leading towards composing a poem on session 5
1. If you wish to complete some additional activities try these;
2. If you have any Julia Donaldson or other rhyming authors on your bookshelves, read them for or with your child. Can they spot the rhyming words?
Numeracy - White Rose Week 6 - Mass & Capacity
Unfortunately the system is not letting me attach hyperlibks as the files are too large. Please email me if you would liek the worksheets. I am happy to send them this way. We are working towards using SeeSaw (online learning platform) which will help us with this.
Please let me know if there is anything additional I can provide you with. This might be if your child is finding the work that is being set too easy/hard or there are areas qhich concern you that you would like support with, please do get in contact on s.miller@maltonprimaryorg.
Many thanks for your continued support
Keep the pictures coming!