As part of our NSPCC challenge we completed a backwards obstacle course.
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Below are the spellings that have been sent home for this half term. The next spelling test will be Week 2. The children are working so hard on these spellings in class and it would be fantastic if they can practise at home too. Thank you for your continued support, Mrs Abraham
|Week 1 beginning 4.3.19||Week 2 beginning 11.3.19||Week 3 beginning 18.3.19|
|Week 4 beginning 25.3.19||Week 5 beginning 1.4.19||No more spelling tests until after half term|
This half term we are learning about the continent ‘Asia’ with a focus on India. Below is the key vocabulary that Year One will be using.
|A large country in Asia.
|Independent means to be free from control or to do something by yourself.
E.g. India became an independent country in 1947. The children did independent work.
|A group of countries. India is in Asia.
|The weather of a country.
If it is near the equator the country will have a hot climate.
India has a hot climate.
|A taxi on a bicycle or a motorbike with a carriage.|
|The place you are travelling to.|
|Going from one place to another; a train, plane, walking.|
|A place to stay; hotel, B&B, hostel.|
We would like to say a huge thank you to all the parents that were able to attend our Stay and Play on Friday 1st March. The children had a wonderful time sharing their Phonics games and activities with everyone and had a lovely time.
We look forward to welcoming everyone to our next Stay and Play in the Summer Term.
This week we have been researching the work of Van Gogh. The children looked at some of his different paintings and wrote down how they made him feel, adjectives to describe his work as well as any thoughts they had.
Over the next few weeks, we are going to be looking at some of his paintings in particular ‘Sunflowers’ and ‘A Starry Night’.