Primary 1 Activities 8th June 2020

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Good morning Primary 1,

I hope you have all had a wonderful weekend!

Please see below for different activities you can try at home this week in addition to the Home Learning Packs and the Learning Grid provided. Please comment or post a picture when you have completed an activity so I can see all of your wonderful work. Have a great week!

Miss McGinty


Talking and Listening

‘Bingo’– The leader will say different things about appearance, likes, dislikes and experiences. If it is true for you, you stay standing. If it is untrue for you, sit down. The last person standing wins.
E.g.  “Stay standing if you have glasses.” “Stay standing if you like pizza.”

‘Alphabet Fun’ – Use the first letter of your name to list as many items as you can under each of the following categories: Food, Animals, Countries and Book Characters. You can also make up your own categories (Superheroes, Cartoons etc)
E.g. Miss McGinty (M)
Food – Macaroni, Mints, Milk
Animals – Magpie, Monkey
Countries – Malaysia, Malta
Book Characters – Mickey Mouse

‘True or False’ – The leader will say different facts about a character, a person, an animal, an object and everybody will write down if it is true or false. The person with the most correct answers wins.
E.g. Cars – Cars have wheels (true) Cars can fly (false) Cars have doors (true) Cars have wings (false)


Go to the website below to access a range of stories you can listen to in English and various other languages.

Practise reading the sounds you know. Put them together to make a word. Can you write the word without looking?

Continue to read, say and write the common words. Can you use them in a sentence?
First 100 Common Words

Complete the different reading activities below.

Sound Hunt – can you find something in your house, in your garden or on your daily walk for each letter of the alphabet?


CVC Words Cut and Stick
CVC Words Cut and Stick 2
CVC Words Cut and Stick 3

Build a Sentence
Build a Sentence 2
Build a Book



Watch the video below. It tells the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Use the worksheet to draw and write about what you see at the beginning, the middle and the end of the story.

Goldilocks Writing Template



Use the Hundred Square below to help you with counting.
Can you count in 2s, 5s, 10s?
How high can you count without looking?
Can you count backwards?
Can you say what comes before and after different numbers?
100 square

Use the website below to try a different challenge every day. Can you beat your score every time you play?

Click on the links below for different Numeracy and Mathematics activities.

Telling the Time
Halving and Sharing

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