Welcome to Year 1 Class 4
Welcome to Year 1- Class 4 (some important information for the year).
The team in class 4 is:
Class teacher- Miss Mykytiuk
Class teaching assistants- Mr Berry, Mrs Hartley, Miss Hartley and Miss Mair
In Year 1 our topic for after Easter is Moon Zoom.
CRASH! What’s that at school? Let’s go and take a look. Stand back everyone- it looks like a UFO has crash-landed! Find out who might have landed by exploring the craft and investigating scattered scientific specimens. Create a ‘Welcome to Earth’ box for an alien explorer. What can you put in it to help explain what life is like on our planet?
Would you like to be an astronaut? You’ll need a pretty sturdy spacecraft if you do. Start off by making an air-propelled rocket…..WHOOSH! how far can you make it travel?
Find out the names of the planets. There’s Mercury, Neptune, Mars and …. Do you know the others? I’ve forgotten the rest!
Then, an alien is found… can you help him get home? It’s got the experts in a right kerfuffle. Professor Pong doesn’t know what to do! Are you ready for the take-off Year 1? Hold tight…5-4-3-2-1…LIFT OFF!
- Setting descriptions-planets.
- Non-Chronological Reports.
- News paper reports.
- Science fiction story writing- Q Pootle 5.
- Number and place value.
- Addition and subtraction.
- Using and applying- addition and subtraction problems.
- Measures- mass, weight and money.
Art: Paper Planets.
- Use tools creatively to make products.
Geography: Views of Earth from Space.
- Use basic geographical vocabulary to refer to key physical factors.
PE: Ball skills.
- Throwing and catching skills.
- Kicking and rolling.
Science: Everyday Materials.
- Describe the simple physical properties of a variety of everyday materials.
- Identify and name everyday materials.
- Use observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions.
- Compare and group together a variety of everyday materials on the basis of their simple physical properties.
- Gather and record data to help in answering questions.
- Ask simple questions and recognise that they can be answered in different ways.
- Perform simple tests.
History: Space travel.
- Learn about the lives of significant individuals in the past who have contributed to national and international achievements.
- Learn about changes within living memory.
- Logging in/Logging off (Word processing).
- Animated Story Books (purple mash).
- Stories about Jesus.
- Dinosaur School
- Homework is simply to be practice our weekly spellings which will be sent out on a Friday. The children will be tested in school and link to the phonics learning we are doing within school. Also reading at home is essential to help your child become more comfortable with reading.
Here are some stories, read by Miss Childs in Class 3 that your children may enjoy:
Here are some step by step drawings that Miss Mykytiuk has created that you also may enjoy: