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


Physical Education

Today, Joe Wickes is not doing his usual Thursday daily PE activities so I thought you like to try these activities on Cosmic Kids Yoga Compilation.




BBC Bitesize have daily lessons at 

All these lessons are suitable for year 1.



Thursday 25th June 2020


Can you remember the story from that you looked at on Monday and Tuesday this week? The story was called The Butterfly by Anna Milbourne and Cathy Shimmen.




Today I would like you to write 10 sentences about these pages from the story of The Butterfly by Anna Milbourne and Cathy Shimmen. Look at the pictures and think about what is happening. What nouns and adjectives could you use?


Remember sentences have a capital letter and end in a full stop.  Some sentences end in question marks and also have commas.


I have written an example for you.


In the plant leaves there are many different caterpillars.




Daily Practise: Choose a number of the day e.g. 10.  Practise counting to and from 10.  Count out groups of objects (10 dolls, 10 bricks or 10 pens). See how many places you can spot the number 10. Change the number each day and use larger numbers.


Dice Game

You need a 1–6 dice, paper and pencil.

Take turns.

Choose a number between 1 and 10 and write it down.

Throw the dice and say the dice number.

Work out the difference between the chosen number and the dice number, e.g. if you wrote down a 2 and the dice shows 5, the difference is 3. 


You could also draw a number line to help your child to see the difference between the two numbers. 





As we have been looking at toys over the past two weeks I would like you to do some research on about a toy that everyone enjoys playing with, even some adults.  The toy I would like you to research is Lego.  Here are some questions you could think about when you do your research.


Research is finding facts about different subjects.


When and where was Lego, first made?

Who invented it and why?

How many pieces of Lego are made each year?

What is Lego made of and why was it made of that material?