1H have been watching and listening to the song Farmer Pete. Farmer Pete has 10 sheep but they are always misbehaving…leaving the pen and going into the tractor shed. Listen to our videos showing the numbers bonds of 10! IMG_6073IMG_6075IMG_6077IMG_6079IMG_6081IMG_6083 IMG_6085 IMG_6087 IMG_6089 IMG_6091 IMG_6095
‘Vashti says she cant draw. Her teacher thinks she can. She knew that there’s a creative spirit in everyone, and where there’s a dot, there’s a way…’ The children in 1H have created some lovely artwork based on the book ‘The dot’. They have used their colouring, cutting, sticking and painting skills to produce dots. … Read moreInspired by ‘The Dot’ written by Peter Reynolds
Enjoy reading your reading book and practise this week’s spellings. Can you tell someone in your family the number bonds of 10 and their switchers? Happy home learning 1H!
This week we have been extremely busy finding different ways to make 10. We have used ‘tens frames’, the ‘part-whole model’ and ‘Cuisenaire rods’ to make the numbers bonds and their switchers. Today we did Maths as a whole class; all sitting down and doing our learning together.
Congratulations Amber! Amber has been chosen to represent 1H on the school council. We know that Amber will do a fantastic job as she is a good listener, is considerate and enjoys sharing her views. Miss Walker is very happy to have Amber on the School Council.
Congratulations to Alyssia and Poppie on receiving a Growth Mindset Award in the KS1 Achievement Assembly this afternoon. Well deserved girls!
Your home learning this week is to enjoy reading your reading book and learn this week’s spellings. Click on the link below for this week’s spellings. Spellings Test 1_28.09.17 Have a lovely weekend!
This morning we all sat down and did our Maths learning together as a whole class! We worked with our talking partners to partition numbers; finding different ways to make a given number. Mrs Thornley couldn’t believe what was happening in her classroom ~ wonderful 1H!
1H are blowing my socks off this week with their cursive handwriting. All the children are showing outstanding effort! Some children are now using the letters they have learned when writing their names and writing in class. Keep it up 1H!
This week the children developed their football skills further by learning how to dribble a ball. As part of the lesson the children had to dribble the ball between cones.