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Eggbuckland Vale Primary School & Nursery

Thinkers and Learners

Year 1

Year 1 are now trialling Google Classroom as the means to communicate home learning.

 

Could you please check your emails if you haven't yet signed up.

 

Staff emails are listed on our page if any family has trouble accessing this.

If any parents need to contact the Year 1 teachers their email addresses are as follows:

 

Mrs Owen: rowen@eggbucklandvale.com

Miss Ahearne:vahearne@eggbucklandvale.com

Mrs Field: jfield@eggbucklandvale.com

Below is a Year 1 home learning pack with lots of Maths and English activities.

Here are some links as starter activities for Year 1 children:

 

Phonics play - Here are some phonics games, the site is usually a subscription service but is free for the next month at
least, there are instructions about the free login on the first page of the site.
 
Phonics Bloom - Some more phonics games
 
Cbeebies iPlayer - Alphablocks

 

ICT Games - for a wide range of Number and Literacy games

 

Can you complete sea creature fact files using the document below or on paper of your own.

We have downloaded ocean page borders (below) for the children to complete some ocean inspired writing - what have they found at the beach?

Can they describe a day out at the seaside?

We would love the children to complete a creative project based upon an ocean creature. this could be a painting, model or collage and it would be great if they could bring it in to show the class once school re-opens.
Can the children complete the "ordering numbers" worksheet/s below, using the task to talk about how they know which order they go in, stating how many tens and ones each number has.
There are daily maths practise sheets below that will be useful to complete each day, using a different number. This is a great way of covering a range of basic skills.
Below are the common exception words for Year 1 that they need to be able to read by sight and spell by the end of the year. 
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