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Maths in Robins - https://padlet.com/karenwilcox/Year1Maths
Term 3 - Street Detectives
Look at the learning on our Padlet - https://padlet.com/senco5/StreetDetectives
This way or that way? Where should we go? Up to the local shops or down to the playing fields? Let's learn about our local community, looking at houses old and new and finding out how our streets have changed since our Mums and Dads were young. Perhaps your Granny or Grandpa went to your School or maybe they worked in the Baker's shop?
Make maps and plans of the streets around us, planning our routes. What can you see? What can we find? Whereabouts do you live? Do you know your address?
Find out how to write instructions, directions, adverts and learn rhymes all about our community from different times.
When the Lord Mayor writes and asks us to help make our street a better place, it's time to get your thinking caps on and paint brushes at the ready!
Ready to roll, Street Detectives? Get your clipboards and cameras...it's time to start investigating!
Previous Topic Information
Term 2 - Muck, Mess and Mixtures
Let's get messy! Muck and mess is good! In fact, it's mega-marvellous!
Dive in and get your hands and feet all sticky and covered in paint! Play with liquids, squish some dough and check out the slushiest and mushiest foods.
Pour, mix, stir, splat! How does it feel to get your hands covered in goo? Make a wobbly jelly and draw with wibbly clay.
Write recipes, instructions, riddles and poems - there are loads of scrummy words to describe messy mixtures!
Work with paint and other squelchy stuff to create a new gallery space. What will you make? How will you arrange it? How will the gallery make you and your visitors feel?
Don't worry about the mess...it'll always wash!
Robin Class Essential Information
Robin Class P.E. Days
Our P.E. days are MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
Please ensure that P.E. kit is in School on a Monday and Tuesday, any earrings are removed if possible and long hair is tied back. Thank you!
Robin Class Library Day
Our Library day is on TUESDAY.
Your child is able to choose a library book on a Tuesday and keep it for a week.
*Permission slips must be signed and returned before your child is able to take a book*
Robin Class Reading Books
Reading books in Robin Class will be changed on a MONDAY and FRIDAY if they have been read at home. Please indicate by signing your child's blue home-school reading record.
Robin Class Spelling Test
Children in Robin Class will be given a new list of spellings in their Spelling Book on a FRIDAY.
A Spelling test to check their spellings will take place the following FRIDAY giving the children 1 week to learn their spellings. Please help your child to practise these spellings and encourage them to apply them in any writing done at home. If your child knows the spellings confidently, practise writing them in a sentence and also remember to revisit spellings from previous weeks as sometimes they are not always retained.
Robin Class Maths Homework
Maths homework will be set on THURSDAY. Your child will be able to Log In to their Abacus Account and complete the set homework based on the week's maths lessons. Children completing homework each week will receive a certificate at the end of term.
Robin Class Family Challenges
Each child has their own Family Challenge Book. There is a list of ideas you can complete together at home to supplement the theme in Class. We would like each child to complete at least 1 challenge, but there is no limit! Each challenge completed and brought to School can earn 10 team points and an acknowledgement in our Celebration Assembly!