Thursday 18th June
Today is Thursday so it is Guided Reading Day. I hope you got on okay with the links to the Big Cat website last week because we are going to be using the website again today for our reading activities.
Follow the link below to the Big Cat home page and follow the instructions to log onto Collins Connect to access their e-book library.
Click on the Collins Big Cat e-books section. The books are sorted by colour band.
Easier - Pink A. Read "Cars" and then click on resources to download the activity associated with this text.
Harder - Red A. Read "How to make a sock puppet" and then click on resources to download the activity associated with this text.
Additional activity - have a go at the seaside comprehension activity attached below.
Easier - Yellow. Read "Around the world" and then click on resources to download the activity associated with this text.
Harder - Green. Read "Crunch and munch" and then click on resources to download the activity associated with this text.
Additional activity - have a go at the word-search attached below to practise some of your high frequency year 1 words.
Let's recap our number bonds to 6 using the video below.
Today we are going to be looking at number bonds to 7.
Do you think there will be more or less number bonds to 7 than number bonds to 6?
Using your counters see if you can complete the number bonds to 7 jigsaw sheet attached below. For an extra challenge try writing down all your number sentences.
Today we are going to move on from looking at number bonds to looking at fact families.
We already know that we can put our number bonds in pairs because it doesn't matter which way we add our numbers.
For example 7 + 3 = 10 and 3 + 7 = 10
These two addition number sentences form the first part of our fact family.
Now we need to write 2 subtraction number sentences using the same numbers. Remember in a subtraction the biggest number always come first.
So we have 10 - 3 = 7 and 10 - 7 = 3
These are the opposite of the addition number sentences. We call these inverse number sentences.
Together these 4 number sentences make up the fact family.
7 + 3 = 10
3 + 7 = 10
10 - 3 = 7
10 - 7 = 3
Now it's your turn. See if you can write the fact family for the number sentence
6 + 4 = 10
Now work through the video below on fact families.
Have a go at completing the activity sheet attached below.
These is also a challenge sheet which gives you the chance to input your own fact families for more practise.
Parents - there are 3 of the challenge worksheets. Please do not feel you have to complete all 3.
On Sunday it is Father's Day. This is a day when we celebrate the special male (boys and men) people in our lives who care for us. It might be a Daddy or a Grandad or an Uncle or a special friend. Today we are going to make a card to send them on Sunday to tell them how much we love them.
Have a go at creating this great monkey card. The instructions are included below.
Mrs Lightfoot (and Purvis and Mickey Thompson)