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HAPPY HALF-TERM YEAR ONEheart

It’s half term! WOO HOO! Time to sit back and relax. My goodness, you have earned it. You have worked SO hard this term and we are so super proud of every single one you. laugh

 

We have a small challenge to complete this week , just to keep your writing muscles working. Over the course of the week, we would like you to write a half-term diary! Every day there will be a different focus of things we would like you to tell us about.

Thrilling Thursdays

 

Hello Year One! This is your last diary entry for your half-term diary. Today we would love for you to tell us about who you have spoken to this week. Have you only spoken to the people in your house? Is that your mum, dad, brother, sister, aunt, uncle? It could even be that you've had a few conversations with your pets (I know I talk to my dog all the time!). Or maybe you had a phone call or video call with family and friends? With everyone being isolated right now, it's important to keep in touch with family and friends and give them a ring every now and then. 

Wonderful Wednesdays

 

Happy Wednesday guys! laugh We're now halfway through your half-term week. We hope you're having lots of fun with your family and staying safe. We know that being stuck indoors is very hard and you are missing your friends at school. You've hopefully been keeping active, maybe by doing your Joe Wicks PE lesson every morning. We've been doing that to take care of our bodies and stay active. However, it's also important to look after our minds. That is why we would like you to use today to talk about how you have been feeling. Whether you have been super happy and loving your time in lockdown, or been feeling a bit glum and not having the best time - offload it all and write it all down. You never know, it might make you feel better. Just remember, we will be back together soon enough if you all stay safe and keep positive. heart

 

Make sure you remember all those important writing skills that we talk about. You need to have neat handwriting, that is on the line. You need to make sure you are using capital letters, full stops and finger spaces whilst rehearsing your sentences out loud before you write them. Best of luck and don’t forget to send them into Seesaw when you’re finished!

Terrific Tuesdays

 

Good morning Year One, and happy Tuesday! How was your bank holiday? How lovely was that weather?! I’m so intrigued to find out what you got up to with your family. In fact, I’m so intrigued… I’d like that to be your focus for your half-term diary today. Tell me about all the fun things you got up to yesterday on your bank holiday Monday. Some of you may still be celebrating Eid, and we would love to hear about what you did for that special celebration.

 

Make sure you remember all those important writing skills that we talk about. You need to have neat handwriting, that is on the line. You need to make sure you are using capital letters, full stops and finger spaces whilst rehearsing your sentences out loud before you write them. Best of luck and don’t forget to send them into Seesaw when you’re finished!

Magnificent Monday

As today is Monday and it’s the first day, we can tell you the first diary topic. We would like you to tell us about what you ate today. What did you have for breakfast? As it’s the most important meal of the day. What about lunch? Was it something super light or a big meal? And dinner? I’m so intrigued to find out… perhaps it might give me some inspiration on what I could have! I'd like to think most of you had some delicious food that was also super good for you. Remember the eat well plate, and all the things you should have a lovely balance of in each meal...

 

 

Make sure you remember all those important writing skills that we talk about. You need to have neat handwriting, that is on the line. You need to make sure you are using capital letters, full stops and finger spaces whilst rehearsing your sentences out loud before you write them. Best of luck and don’t forget to send them into Seesaw when you’re finished!

 

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