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Good Morning Year 1 and Happy Monday!
I do hope you all had a fabulous weekend and are ready to Wow me with more amazing work this week. I was sent some super work last week and can't wait to see more.
It is Ava Rose's birthday today and she's having a super family bubble party. I know you will all wish her a Happy Birthday
Mr Steele has sent more PE if you would like to look instead of Kidz Bop. Maximo or Joe Wicks. Here is the link.
First today I have a photograph for you to see. I'm not going to tell you anything about it until tomorrow. I would love you to send me your ideas about who it is and where they are!
Here it is:
Now I want you to turn to page 24 in your comprehension book and read the sentences carefully and think of the reasons why and find the correct sentence.
Page 25 is about a party. Read he invitation and then answer the questions please. Use capital letters where you should and don't forget full stops. Careful writing please!
After this it's more number questions for Maths.
Check your answers!
Use resources to count if you want to!
You may need to write some of these out in another way!
3 What is 5 less than 18?
5 2 groups of 4 equals ?
7 What is 8 more than 15?
Finally today I want you to look at the following story. It is about a man who met Jesus. I want you to think about him and how he felt and answer the questions please in one of your lined books. Thank you.
Good News for Zacchaeus
Zacchaeus was lonely, but then he never expected to be anything else. After all, he was a chief tax collector and nobody liked tax collectors.
His job was to collect the people’s money for the Romans. Everyone hated him for it, and he paid them back whenever he could by taking too much money and then keeping it for himself.
No wonder he was rich!
But then that didn’t make him any less lonely.
One day, there was a crowd gathered in the streets of Jericho because Jesus was passing through.
Zacchaeus wanted to see Jesus, but he couldn’t because he was a small man. He ran ahead of the crowd and climbed up a sycamore tree. He could see Jesus quite clearly now.
Jesus came near the tree, looked up at Zacchaeus and said, “Hurry down, Zacchaeus. I want to stay at your house today.” Zacchaeus couldn’t get down fast enough! His heart was beating fast, he was so full of joy.
He could hear some of them muttering and complaining. “He has gone to stay at a sinner’s house,” they said.
Zacchaeus looked at Jesus. “Look, sir,” he said, “I’m going to give half my belongings to the poor and if I have cheated anybody, I will pay him back four times the amount.”
Jesus smiled at him and said, “I am glad, Zacchaeus. This is indeed a happy day for you because I have come to your house today specially to help you change, so that you will please my Father.”
(based on Luke 19:1-10)
Here are the questions:
Thank you again Year 1 for completing all the tasks I set for you each day.
Have a lovely Monday
Love Mrs Clough