P1 Learning from Home – WK6 (11th-15th May)

We hope that everyone has had a restful ‘VE Day 75’ long weekend.

We have arrived at Week 6 of Learning from Home, and below is this week’s grid, which includes a variety of activities for our ever-eager P1 Trinity Learners to complete! As a reminder, the activity boxes in red have links to either slides or worksheets that can be accessed and downloaded from this page on the TPS website.

week 6 learning from home grid


We are excited to begin our new, whole-school topic this week about times in the past. While there is usually no specific order in which to complete activities each week, this week it would be beneficial to begin with the ‘Time Travellers Intro’ Powerpoint below, which introduces the P1 focus and provides a common link for the other topic-related activities on the grid. The WOW work this week will be selected from the dinosaur landscapes made by the children, which is one of the activities on the grid.

Time Travellers Intro PPT

Living, nonliving and extinct powerpoint


This week we are beginning our focus on non-fiction books, which will continue for the next few weeks, and we are also introducing the ‘ee’ sound. There are a few worksheets below to support this, of which you are encouraged to choose one (or more if you wish!) that you feel provides appropriate challenge for your child.

Fact or Fiction Final 1

Dinosaurs ebook pdf

‘ee’ sound – break and make words

‘ee’ sound – read and write

‘ee’ sound – wordsearch


Our money focus continues this week. See the grid for details of the various activities, with relevant links below.

Making amounts of money – piggy banks

Crack the code addition to 10

Dot to dot by 1s dinosaurs

Dot to dot by 2s dinosaur


Suggested PE activities for the week have kindly been provided by our PE specialist teacher, Ms Griffin.

PE Learning from Home Week 6

Look out for another of our fun and fabulous P1 challenges during the coming week. This week’s challenge will be linked to National Numeracy Day, which is next Wednesday, 13th May.

Thank you, as always, for all that you are doing to support your child’s learning at home during this period. We are all ever so grateful for all of the emails, photos and video links that you send to us. It is lovely to see all of the creativity and endeavour that is happening in each household each week while our school is closed.

Bye for now,