Hello Primary 1,
I would love to hear and see what you and your families have been up to via email. I am missing you all and hope you are all continuing to stay safe and well. If you need any more learning activities, just have a question or want a chat please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Thanks, Mrs Hunter 🙂
My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary 1 will be able to start using Teams from Wednesday 20th May.
Primary 1 task ideas and photos will continue to be added on our class page here for the time being and I can still be contacted via email.
Extra Reading Materials
Oxford Owl have lots of free ebooks you can read online including some Biff, Chip and Kipper stories. There are also reading activities you can download as well. You can register for free here:
How Can You Help Your Child at Home?
Read with your child each day using their reading strategies bookmark, knowledge of phonics and tricky words to support. At the start ask them to make a prediction about what they think might happen in the story. At the end get them to summarise some key events from the book. You can also play a game of word finder. You tell them a word from the book and they have to see how fast they can find it!
The children are also able to discuss the ‘3 Sharings’.
Likes and dislikes about the story, puzzles (things or events they don’t understand) and connections to their own experiences or feelings.
Continue to reinforce correct letter (lower and uppercase) and number formation.
Continue to count daily up to 100 and down again. Count in 2’s, 5’s, and 10’s for an extra challenge!
Revise all single and double sounds taught this year. Use your cards to make up 3, 4 and 5 letter words. Jolly Phonics songs can be found on YouTube. Continue to learn your tricky words as well.
Write stories or news. Write recipe books, shopping lists or lists of jobs you can help with around the house or garden. Make cards to give to your family or post to people you can’t see just now. Try your best to sound out the words and get help with the tricky ones.
Revise adding and subtracting up to 10 or 20 if you want an extra challenge. Learn all the different number stories within 10 off by heart. Remember the Spiderman Switch!
Remember children learn a lot of skills through their daily play:
Some useful educational websites / apps to use at home:
www.phonicsplaycomics.co.uk (Free access at the moment – Username: march 20 Password: home
Audible also has some good resources available here:
Online stories to watch then discuss:
Stories to listen to on the radio:
Educational programmes to watch:
Jack Hartman videos – can be found on YouTube and are a wonderful way for children to learn whilst doing some exercise!
Sticky Kids songs
The Big Numbers Song – YouTube
Here are some lovely visual ideas for things to keep kids busy if you are in the house:
Live assembly every Monday with Fischy Music at 11.00 www.youtube.com/fischymusic
You can also find some of the songs at www.fischytunes.com
Just click on the feelings face and there are a number of songs to choose from.
Glasgow science centre are doing online lessons daily at 10AM, here’s the link-