Primary 1 – Home Learning 01.05.20

Bonjour Primary 1! Happy Vendredi!

It’s almost the weekend and we hope you have had another lovely week of learning at home. Please feel free to finish off any activities left on the home learning grids this morning as we will be posting new grids on Wednesday. If you fancy getting active this morning and while having some ‘Fun Family Friday’ time then you could invent your own assault course in your garden! You could use hoops, balls, skipping ropes, toys or any other resources you have to hand! You could even draw some activities outside with chalk. Alternatively you could create your own fitness circuit for example: star jumps, bunny hops, push ups, running and high knees. Get creative! Check out this fun assault course that the organiser of Glack Attack created in their garden:

https://www.eveningexpress.co.uk/fp/news/local/video-glack-attack-organiser-creates-kids-assault-course-in-his-aberdeen-garden/

There are lots of other great resources to keep fit indoors if you are unable to get outside! You could try building your body and mind with Jack Hartmann: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzbTmBIpGdQ

Some other fun activities to help you stay fit indoors:

  • Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) streams live P.E. sessions on his YouTube channel at 9am daily: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1
  • You can sign up for a GoNoodle account for for free which has lots of physical activities: gonoodle.com
  • Sing and dance along to some Tumble Tots, The Learning Station or Sticky Kids videos on YouTube
  • Try some cosmic yoga: cosmickidsyoga.com

We hope you enjoy your long weekend at home with your family. We are missing you all very much and hope we will get to see you all soon!

Primary 1 teachers

2 thoughts on “Primary 1 – Home Learning 01.05.20”

  1. Hi Afreen,
    Thanks for getting in touch! I hope you are enjoying the lovely sunshine today. Yes this work is intended for Ibrahim too! The three weekly home learning grids (literacy, maths and interdisciplinary) are posted at the start of each week. The Primary 1 teachers take turns to post the work on the blog so don’t worry if you see work from Miss Cunningham or Miss Christy! I hope this helps.
    If you have any more questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
    Thanks,
    Miss Daun.

  2. Hello Miss Daun,
    Can you please let me know from where shall I get the tasks for Ibrahim? I found some posts in MIss Cunningham blog, shall I follow the same for Ibrahim?

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