Today Haughmond had a fantastic morning! Simon Airey, the Animal Man, came to visit us to teach us more about our Science topic. We had a brilliant time seeing and handling lots animals from different animal groups and learning facts about them.
Good morning Haughmond and Happy New Year!
Last night I e-mailed each of you your usernames and passwords for Microsoft Teams. If you haven’t done already you can either download this as an App or just access it online.
Each day this is where I will be putting your learning, and also where we will be able to have some meetings as a class. All of the adults who work in Haughmond will be using our class Team too, so we will all be there to help you with what you are doing.
See you on Teams!
Year One – lie, tie, pie, cried, tried, dried, chief, field, thief, shield
Year Two – find, mind, behind, old, cold, gold, hold, told, every, everybody
Year One – sea, dream, meat, each, scream, read, head, bread, meant, instead
Year Two – flies, tries, replies, copies, babies, carries, cries, dries, marries, families
This week there is homework related to our learning in Maths on Education City.
Also, after our learning about Wilfred Owen, can you find out whether there is anyone in your family who fought in World War One? If there is, choose a way to share information about them so that you can share it with our class. You have the rest of term to create your work.
Year One – me, she, we, be, he, see, tree, green, week, meet
Year Two – cry, dry, fly, try, reply, sly, shy, terrify, sky, multiply
This week we have been learning about money in maths. We have been using an activity online to help us sort, count and order money. Your homework this week is to spend time using this to really become secure in your understanding of the different coins and how to use them. There are lots of different activities you can try by clicking on the link below.
Year One – goal, coach, own, snow, grow, toe, goes, go, no, so
Year Two – pencil, fossil, nostril, pupil, metal, pedal, capital, hospital, animal, oval
This week please could you spend some time on Times Tables Rockstars and Reading Eggs. Try and spend a bit of time on each one a few times over the week.
Also, please could you read with your grown up at home. It’s important to be remembering to do this as often as you can and writing in your reading record. If you don’t know where your reading record is then let me know on Monday and I will get you a new one.
Year One – play, way, stay, today, says, boy, toy, enjoy, annoy, royal
Year Two – camel, tunnel, squirrel, travel, towel, tinsel, bagel, hazel, vowel, jewel