Primary 1

Good morning, today is Mardi!

Hope everyone is well and that you had a great day yesterday. We are still missing you all very much. Here are some suggested activities that you can do:

For reading today you could look at the common words: ‘old’, ‘do’ and ‘going’. Why might these words be a bit more tricky? Do they sound out? With an adult, you could play corners. Put a word in each corner of a room and when the adult shouts out a word you should run to the corner that has that word in it.

For maths, have a look at halves and discuss what equal means. We haven’t covered any fractions yet so this might take some time to understand. You can split objects into equal parts between two plates. For example, can you split 8 lego pieces equally between two plates?

For topic, you can design and build your own beanstalk, like the one from the fairytale ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. Try be creative as you can! You could use lego or recycled materials.

Remember you can keep us updated with your learning through your online learning journals. We have seen that some of you posted on it yesterday, the work you are doing is fantastic!

Hope you all have a great day!

Thank you for your continued support.
Primary 1 teachers.

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  1. Thank you to all of the parents that have posted on the Learning Journals today. It’s lovely to see all of the fun learning activities going on at home! We hope that you are all keeping safe and healthy and that the learning packs have been useful.
    There are lots of videos online that you can explore to continue learning at home in a fun and engaging way. Check out Jack Hartmann’s Youtube channel:
    You can also listen to a selection of stories online on the StoryLine website which is excellent for developing listening skills:
    We will continue to update the blog every morning to give you more ideas of relevant learning activities you can do at home.
    We hope that you are all having a great day!
    Primary 1 teachers

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