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Hello everyone, here are some activities that you can do each day to help with your learning.



Physical Education


Join Joe Wicks - The Body Coach every morning at 9:00 am on 


Friday 1st  May 2020


BBC Bitesize have daily lessons at 

All these lessons are suitable for year 1.





Storytelling with Puppets

Watch the story of Katie Morag and the Two Grandmothers by Mairi Hedderwick on YouTube again at  .                            

I would now like you to draw a picture of Katie Morag, Grannie Island, and Grandma Mainland.  When you have finished your pictures cut them out and use them as finger puppets to tell the story of Katie and the Two Grandmothers to your family.




Can you work out these word problems?



15 people are on the bus. 4 more get on at the next stop. How many people are on the bus now?


At a party, I eat 12 cakes and my friend eats 3. How many cakes did we eat altogether?


A teddy bear costs £5 and a ball costs £2. How much more does the bear cost?


Peter’s sunflower is 8cm tall. It grows another 7cm. How tall is it now?  




Mum baked 17 biscuits. I ate 2. How many were left?


A teddy bear costs £5 and a ball costs £2. How much more does the bear cost?


Tom had 13 cakes. Then he ate two. How many did he have left?


In the classroom there are 17, 5 children leave the room how many are left?


Show your working out to your adults.



History and Geography

Today is the first day of a new month, the month of May.  May Day is a public holiday usually celebrated on the 1st May.   It is an ancient festival of Spring and a current traditional spring bank holiday in many European countries who celebrate on the first Monday of May. (This year however, the bank holiday is going to be celebrated on the on the 8th of May because of VE Day.).   Dancing, singing and a variety of cakes are usually part of the festivities.  You can find more information about May Day at this website.   Have a look and discuss what you find with your family.