SEN & IEPS
Hello Year 1!
On this page you will find some extra resources under specific headings to help you with your learning.
Stay safe and happy!
The Year 1
Start with CH sheet 1. Can you read these words and do the actions? E.g. Can you pretend to be a cheerleader? Can you pretend to chop some carrots? (You could film yourself doing this and upload the video to seasaw. We’d love to see you doing your actions). Move on to CH sheet 2. Can you complete four sentences using CH? Make each one different E.g. The chick is chasing the cheese. Then, open CH sheet 3. I wonder if you can write a small story using CH as much as you can. Can you follow the same story line as the one in this document but try to make it your own? E.g. Charlie the chick chose some chips to eat. The same activities are there for SH and for TH. You can work through this learning at your own pace.
There is now a measuring activity on this page for you to complete.
Work your way through these addition sheets at your own pace. Use the number lines to help you. Have you got anything you could use as counters? E.g. 20 small pegs?
Work your way though this new maths challenge resource. This resource has been added to the other documents below.
Work your way though this maths challenge resource. Choose 5 of your favourite toys.
Put them in order from the shortest to the tallest.
Are any of your toys taller that the length of your hand?
Now put them in order from the lightest to the heaviest.
Are they in the same order as before?
Which toys are in a different place?
Find 5 things in the food cupboard.
Estimate (a sensible guess) which will be the lightest and heaviest.
Now feel them in your hands – were you right?
What is the lightest piece of food you can find?
Take a photo or a video of you doing your measuring and send it to your teacher on seesaw.
On this page you will find lots of fun activities that will help develop your speech . The activities will help you tell the difference between different sounds and work out where the sounds are in words. By practicing this skill you will help your speech become clearer over time .
Below is the link to the Speech and language link web page.
Here are two speech activities to use at home that encourage your child to hear single sounds and identify the different speech sounds in words.
Speech Games 2
This game is to help your child hear the difference between sounds at the beginning of words.
Welcome back Year 1
I hope you all had a lovely half term and enjoyed the sunshine.
Here is a new speech game for you to play at home with your family.
This game will help you practice your listening skills and help you hear sounds at the beginning of words. Keep practicing your sounds and enjoy the shooting stars game.
Top tips for talking with your child
Talking to your child is the most important thing you can do to help them get ready for school and life. Learning language should be fun and interactive but it should come naturally.
Learning language is complex and for many, many children they find it hard.
The way we talk to our children has a big impact so here is a Top Tips for talking to your child poster . The poster shows you simple fun strategies you can use at home to help aid your children's speech.
Speech Games 3
A game to help you hear the difference between sounds at the beginning of words.
Speech Games 4
This game will help you to hear sounds in different words.
Speech Games 5
This game will help you practice your listening skills. Listen carefully for the sounds in the begining of the words .