'Be Ready, Be Safe, Be Respectful'    

                             The Good Dinosaur Family GIF by Disney - Find & Share on GIPHY                                       DINOSAURS EH  

  

  Welcome to the Dinosaurs EH class page!

Here you will find all of the fun learning that the Year One children are completing.

 

This page is intended to help you feel involved and informed of everything that we do.

Please take the time to explore our page where you will find lots of important information about the children's learning.

 

                                                          Come and meet our ROAR-some team! 

 

                                  

                                                           Mrs Harrison                     Mrs Robertson                   Mrs Keeling  

                                                          Class Teacher              Teaching Support Staff      Teaching Support Staff   

 

In our class, we aim to be: 

Ready

We are always ready to learn.

We are patient and we pay attention so that we can be super learners!

Respectful 

We look after each other and the school property.

We take care in all that we do.

Safe

We listen carefully so that we are safe at all times.

We use our kind hands and we follow the instructions all of the time.

 

The children are beginning the Summer term by reading the story

'Lost and Found' by Oliver Jeffers.  

                                                                                     Lost and Found: Amazon.co.uk: Jeffers, Oliver, Jeffers, Oliver: Books

 

Click the photograph of the book to listen at home. You can also find a link to this through out virtual library on the Hamilton Academy website! 

                                                                    

 

 

We are also reading the story Poles Apart by Jeanne Willis in our story time. You can watch this by clicking here.

 

In Maths, the children are beginning their learning around multiplication. Can you practise counting in 2s, 5s and 10s? Listen to the video links below to help you! 

 

Counting in twos

Counting in fives

Counting in tens

 

Can you continue to practise writing the words for the numbers 0-20?

                                                                                           ausbts17 Numbers in Words (NSW Foundation Handwriting) | Writing numbers,  Writing words, Words

 

 

Below, you will find the poem that we are learning in school. 

The children practise this poem to develop their speaking skills.

In class, the children are learning the new vocabulary that they are unsure of in this poem.

We discussed the words; stout, waddle and dive.  Does your child know what these words mean?         

Penguin Poem | Preschool songs, School songs, Winter preschool 

                                                                            

 

 

Revisited Frog Pictures For Kids Free Images Download - Green Frog Throw  Pillow Clipart - Full Size Clipart (#1200788) - PinClipart

 Also, don't forget to find supportive Read, Write Inc resources and videos by clicking on Fred the frog above!

 

Phonics screen information

Let's take a look at some WOW moments so far for our DINO-mite Dinosaurs! 

 

 

                                                                               

                                                                 

                                                                             

                                                                                  

                                                                                             

 

 

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Thank you for taking the time to read our class page.

                          If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to speak to the Year 1 team.