# 8th October 2020

Topic Homework- Our own 'Bees Class Seaside Experience'

To be handed in by Tuesday 13th October 2020

We have loved learning about the seaside and the beach this term so far. Some children have bought in some photographs of them over the summer at the beach or since they have been back at school and I will start to add these to the class page in due course. Remember to send these over to us! It is getting a little colder now for this topic, but it might be you want to take a trip down to the beach, take some photographs and send these in.

Each term, children will undertake a larger piece of homework related to their topic which is hopefully 'fun for all of the family' and so they can all get involved. The week before we finish the topic, we would like to create our 'Bees Beach Scene' on the school playground for all of our Bees parents to see at the end of a school day. To help us to create this for the children (and hopefully a memorable experience) each child has a challenge which is:

Make a 3d object of something you might find at the seaside. You might want to use junk modelling, papermache, salt dough or modelling dough.

Have a look at some of the photographs below which might inspire you in your ideas...

Maths Learning- Ordering Numbers

Click the image above to play some of our 'ordering numbers' games. The children can set these games at their own level of challenge, which should really support their learning as well.

They have been provided with two Maths sheets for this weekend, all about ordering numbers. They are staggered at two levels of difficulty and children need only to complete one of them. We thought it would be useful for you to see the types of questions they need to be answering in Year 1 as well as supporting them in their Maths learning.

To gain more of an insight into what they are learning in class, please click the image below:

Handwriting Practice

We are going to continue the theme this week of handwriting practice. The children have been given two sheets with two different letters to practice. Click the image above to observe how these letters should be formed and practice with them...

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