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Blaise Primary School And Nursery

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KS1 Handwriting Competition

 

Welcome to the KS1 Handwriting Competition page. Each week we will be adding a different challenge for you to complete, take a photo of and email to us. We will choose a winner and they will receive a prize in the post! More information can be found in the poster below. If you would like any ideas for fun ways to practise letter formation click here

Week 4 (29.6.20 - 3.7.20) 

To two winner this week are Jacob from 1R, who wrote a one armed letter so big it was as long as everyone in his bubble and Arthur from 1R. Well done Jacob and Arthur! 

 

This week we want you to practise your zig zag monsters. .

 

Your challenge is 'What is the most interesting thing/material you can make your zig zag monsters out of?' When you have completed your challenge take a picture and email it to us at school@blaiseprimaryandnursery.co.uk and put KS1 Handwriting Competition in the subject area. Make sure you do this by Friday 26th June.

The winners who have made the biggest and second biggest one armed robot letter will be announced on Monday 3rd July. The winners will receive a prize in the post. 

Week 3 (22.6.20 - 26.6.20) 

After solving some technical issues with our email on Friday afternoon, we are pleased to announce that Theo from 1R is the winner of last week’s competition. Well done Theo!

As promised there will still be two winners this week, so get your entries in as there is even more chance to win! 

 

This week we want you to practise your one armed robots.

 

Your challenge is 'Who can write the biggest one armed robot letter?' When you have completed your challenge take a picture and email it to us at school@blaiseprimaryandnursery.co.uk and put KS1 Handwriting Competition in the subject area. Make sure you do this by Friday 26th June.

The winners who have made the biggest and second biggest one armed robot letter will be announced on Monday 29th June. The winners will receive a prize in the post. 

Visit our One Armed Robot page to watch videos of how to form your letters correctly 

 

You might want to practise writing your one armed robots by writing out the following words:

pin, mop, barn, mum, hob, pom pom

Week 2 (8.6.20 - 12.6.20) 

We were so impressed with all of the entries we received for last weeks competition. It was so hard to choose a winner and we want to say a massive well done to everybody who took part. The winner of last week's competition is Elliot from 2T. Well done Elliot! 

 

 

 

This week we want you to practise your long ladder letters.

Your challenge is 'Where is the most original place or what is the most original thing you can write your long ladder letters in?'. When you have completed your challenge take a picture and email it to us at school@blaiseprimaryandnursery.co.uk and put KS1 Handwriting Competition in the subject area. Make sure you do this by Friday 19th June.

Your photos will be added to a gallery and a winner will be announced on Monday 22nd June. The winner will receive a prize in the post. 

Here is some inspiration from the teachers as they practise their long ladder letters...

Visit our Long Ladder page to watch videos of how to form your letters correctly 

You might want to practise writing your curly caterpillar letters by writing out the following words:

 Jill, jilt, lily, till, tutu, tilt, jut, ill, tut, it, utility

Week 1 (8.6.20 - 12.6.20) 

This week we want you to practise your curly caterpillar letters.

Your challenge is 'Where is the strangest/most original place you can write your curly caterpillar letters?'. When you have completed your challenge take a picture and email it to us at school@blaiseprimaryandnursery.co.uk and put KS1 Handwriting Competition in the subject area. Make sure you do this by Friday 12th June.

Your photos will be added to a gallery and a winner will be announced on Monday 15th June. The winner will receive a prize in the post. 

Here is some inspiration of the teachers practising their curly caterpillar letters...

Visit our Curly Caterpillar page to watch videos of how to form your letters correctly 

You might want to practise writing your curly caterpillar letters by writing out the following words:

can, cub, at, as, dot, dad, go, get, quick, quack, egg, eel, sat, sit, fed, fit, odd, on