Watch and listen to Mrs Wallace reading Winnie at the Seaside by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul, published by Oxford University Press.
Please watch the subtraction videos that will help you with your maths this week.
The Gruffalo, written by Julia Donaldson, illustrated by Axel Scheffler, published by Pan Macmillan 1999.
The Y1 teachers talk about Reading at Great Crosby and give more details about the information in the video below.
This is the PowerPoint that would have been shown if we had been able to host our Year 1 Reading meeting this year. Feel free to pause at any time.
Sing along and learn all about numbers with the Numberblocks! Watch episodes on the CBeebies website and BBC iPlayer.
These short videos are intended to provide primary school pupils with interactive lessons while they are at home. It is important that, within each batch, they are watched in the suggested order. Most lessons are 15 to 20 minutes long, each ending with suggested follow-up tasks. All lessons use the Teaching for Mastery approach to maths that we use in school. Five lessons are added every week. Start with Week 1 Lesson 1.
Click on the image to access the lessons.
Watch as the letters of the alphabet tell stories and make words using phonics. Play the learning game, watch clips and print colouring pages on the CBeebies website. Earlier episodes are available on YouTube.
Children in school learn to read and spell some words through the use of phonics.
Phonics lessons often include a new phoneme (sound) pattern for the children to learn. This game groups words by their phoneme. Select a pattern, listen to the word and select the correct egg. Each correct answer gets a scratch on the tree. Each round has ten words. Incorrect answers will be displayed at the end.
APOLOGIES: This particular game does not currently work on iOS devices.
Answer silly questions following phonic patterns taught in Y1.
Children change one sound each time to make a new word.
Recognising which words are real
Choose sets of words to make a word search. Click on the first and last letters.