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Hello from Mrs McAlister and Primary 1

Maths and Numeracy          

  • Counting – in 1s, 2s and 10s.
  • Ordering numbers
  • Using vocabulary to describe position and movement

At home you could
  • Count together.  Make and use number cards.  Spot numbers around the house or when out on a walk.
  • Use toys and household objects to solve + and – sums.  Ask an adult to test how fast you can answer double sums E.g. 2+2, 5+5, 3+3
  • Take turns of giving instructions such as, put the teddy under the table, move the teddy to the right of the box etc.


  • Reading books you have at home, from the oxford owls’ website etc.
  • Answering questions about the text, such as who are the characters, where does it happen etc.
  • Enjoying writing simple sentences.

At home you could
  • Look at books and ask/answer questions.
  • Draw and write about what you have read.
  • Keep a simple diary.  You should try to write 2 or 3 sentences each time.  Remember to use your letter sounds to try to write words by yourself.  Use a capital letter to start your sentence and end with a full stop.

Health and Wellbeing        

  • Understanding the importance of looking after our mental wellbeing.
  • Identify and participate in activities to help stay positive, to keep active and to relax.

At home you could
  • Play indoors and outdoors remembering to tidy up when you are finished).
  • Keep a diary of things you are enjoying, activities you have tried, and things you are grateful for   
Religious Education  
  • Learn about Mary as Mother of God and Mother of us all.  Discuss May devotions.
  • Identify what makes us unique and develop awareness of gifts and talents given by God.

At home you could
  • Pray the ‘Hail Mary’ together.
  • Talk about your child’s uniqueness and what makes them special.
  • Learn a new skill.                                                                                                                                                                                       
Across The Curriculum
  • Finding information about different jobs, particularly key workers.

At home you could
  • Talk about jobs that keyworkers do.  Think about the uniforms they wear, equipment/knowledge they need, and how the service they provide help us in our daily lives.
  • Talk about a job you would like to have.  Would you need a uniform, special equipment/training?  Who would you be able to help?
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