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Tuesday, 30th June

Good Morning Year 1,

Here are your activities for today …

Phonics

Daily recap of ‘phonics flashcards speed trial’ and ‘tricky word trucks’ on the Phonics Play website.

Write the alphabet (lowercase & uppercase). Highlight all of the vowels.

 

Today you will be adding -ing and -ed to verbs that end in a y.

Adding -ing to verbs that end in y (cry) – change nothing and just add -ing (crying).

There are 2 rules for adding -ed to words that end in y:

If a verb ends in a consonant followed by a y – change the y to an i and add -ed. 

cry (r=consonant, followed by y) > cried.

If a verb ends in a vowel followed by a y – change nothing and just add -ed.

spray (a=vowel, followed by y) > sprayed.

 

Please complete the attached worksheet to practice these rules.

 

English

Today you will be doing some more work on conjunctions.

Start off by going through the conjunction warm up PowerPoint. You need to select the most appropriate conjunction to complete the sentence.

Now lets think about the conjunction when.

Practice writing when correctly. The conjunction when helps add more detail to your sentences.

E.g. I am going to walk my dog. > I am going to walk my dog when it stops raining.

Please complete the attached worksheet.

 

Maths

Warm-up =

Recall doubles and halves.

Look at the attached sheet of sums and answers. Mark the answers with a P or a x. If any of the answers are wrong, remember to tell me what the correct answer would be. 

Main Activity

I hope you got on well with your division activity yesterday. If you are finding it tricky and feel like you need more practice on practical sharing, please continue to work on that today instead of completing the following activity.

For those of you who are feeling confident with division as equal sharing please complete the attached worksheets. These worksheets are intended to help you practice the equal sharing skills that you have covered over the past few days.

Miss C, Mrs P and Mrs C.

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