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Tadley Community Primary School

Tadley Community Primary School

Year 1

Autumn 1

 

 

 

Week 9 - 8th November

Maths Homework

Please use concrete resources,  e.g cars, teddies etc. to help you to work out and answer the number sentences on the separate sheet. 

Week 7 - 18th October 2019

Spellings

 

We have sent a list of the key words home with your child. Please practise about 10 of the words your child does not know. Use a method that works for your child e.g. rainbow writing, pyramid writing, make them out of play dough or look, say, cover, write, check.

Week 5 - 3rd October

Topic Homework

For your homework for the next two weeks we would like you to make a model of a dragon.  This can be made out of anything e.g. Junk model, Lego, cake, papier-mâché etc. This will be due in on Thursday 17th October

Week 4 - 27th September 

English homework year 1 and 2

 

Describe the picture of the dragon.

Year 1: Write simple sentences using adjectives.

E.g. The dragon has red wings.

Year 2: Write simple and compound sentences with expanded noun phrases.

E.g. The friendly, purple dragon has red wings.  

 

Describe the dragon

Week 3 - 20th September 

Topic Homework

Draw your own dragon and label it’s features. If you would like to decorate it feel free to use what ever medium your like e.g. pencils, paints etc.

Week 2 - 13th September

Maths Homework

Make number bonds to 10 using practical resources at home. For example, 1 + 9 = 10, 2 + 8 = 10 etc. You could use toy cars, pasta, clothes pegs or any other items you can find around the house. You could draw pictures of what you do or take photographs and stick these in or record down the number sentence.. Year 2: Your challenge is to make number bonds to 20, Year 1 if you would like to try this challenge as well please do.

Week 1 - 6th September 2019

For your child’s homework this week please could you ask your child some questions about the new school year.

This can be a speaking and listening task or they can write the answers in their new pink homework books.

The following questions we would like them to answer are:

- Who did you sit next to in your new classroom?

- What does your new playground look like?

- What is your favourite part of your new classroom?

- Can you tell me something about your new teacher?

- What activities have you done in your new class?

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