Hello, and a very warm welcome back to Learning from Home in P1! We hope that you have all had a restful time over the Easter holidays and have managed to stay safe and well.
Please find below the link to our P1 learning from home grid for this week. As before, there is a selection of activities for your child to complete, all of which are linked to the Early Years outcomes that we would be covering in school under normal circumstances. Your child does not have to complete every activity, but hopefully there is more than enough here to keep your eager Trinity Learner busy until the weekend!
You will notice that some boxes on the grid are coloured in red. This is to indicate that there is an accompanying worksheet or file to go with this task. The links to these files are listed below for you to access when needed.
Please continue to the numeracy walls in your child’s Learning from Home jotters on a daily basis, ticking off each activity as and when you feel these are being completed with confidence. If you feel that your child is ready for a little more challenge, you may wish to access the walls below, which contain activities that will provide some progression in numeracy if required at this point. *Please note that there is no expectation for your child to move on to either of these walls at this point if they are still working through the activities on the numeracy wall in their jotter. Completion of the CH6 wall is the benchmark by the end of P1.*
The file below contains some suggestions for this week’s PE activities.
HOUSE PENNIES ARE BACK!
We are excited to inform you that we are now able to award our P1 learners house pennies again for effort, fabulous work, creativity, perseverance and any other fantastic achievements that we see via your messages and photographs. These will be counted at the end of each week, as they would be in school, and the winning House will be announced each Friday on our Website. Please let your child know that our house pennies system is back in place and I’m sure this will motivate them each day as they complete their activities.
Finally, this Wednesday is Earth Day, so look out for a further post from us here, which will provide a little suggested activity to link in with that.
Thank you for persevering with this rather lengthy message! As always, if you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact your child’s P1 home teacher via email. Huge thanks, too, for all that you are continuing to do to assist with your child’s learning from home during this period. It is much appreciated by us all. We look forward to hearing from you and seeing more lovely photos of the children and the activities that they are engaging with at home.
Bye for now,
The P1 Team.