Playdough Recipe!

Playdough-Recipe

Have fun making your own playdough! You could use it to practise making your sounds, making numbers, making objects to count or share… it’s up to you.

There are lots of ideas for playdough and playdough mats on Twinkl which are free to download at the moment. (These are good tucked safely inside a plastic wallet so that the playdough can be used on top without damaging the paper).

Primary 1 Learning 30th March

Good morning everybody, we hope you have all had a safe and enjoyable week at home!

In literacy, the sounds for this week are ou and ow. You could use the word lists in your packs to practise spellings and here are some sentences you can try writing…

Val ran out to the town.

Vick fed our baby cow with some hay.

Here is a short story you could read together. You could draw a picture for each sentence if you like!

Beth had a seed.

She put it into the soil.

One day she saw a shoot.

Remember to keep reading your favourite stories together too! There are also lots of Julia Donaldson stories on BBC iPlayer to support this – you could read the stories and then watch the film!

For numeracy, please carry on working through your workbooks at your own pace.

Below is the new Home Learning Grid…

P1-Home-Learning-Grid

Have a wonderful week Primary 1 and we’ll speak to you soon,

love from Mrs Mackay, Mrs Robinson and Mrs Williams x

Monday 23rd March 2020

Good morning everyone! We hope you are all safe and well.

Here are some ideas for you home learning this week:

– our sounds for this week are oi and oy and our new tricky words are were and there

– you can practise reading and writing these sounds (you could use the spelling word list in your pack if you are stuck for words to read/write!)

– you could practise writing the following sentences (and even draw a picture if you feel like it!)

Kim put the seed in the soil.

Kay hid the new toy in the box.

For numeracy, please continue working through the workbooks in your pack at your own pace.

The weather has been so lovely over the weekend, why don’t you look for signs of Spring in your garden or street? Remember to have fun with your families and read plenty of stories together!

Speak to you soon Primary 1,

The Primary 1 Teachers