Year 1

Welcome to the class page for Year 1.  I will update this page with work I would like you to complete at home!

Phonics Play are currently offering a free login to all their games and resources. Simply log in with the username: march20 and the password: home and play away!

I hope you are all well and looking after yourselves ๐Ÿ’—

– Miss Hastewell

To contact me during this period of school closure please e-mail Year1@penwortham-pri.lancs.sch.uk and I will get back to you.

Week 2

Monday 
Maths – Comparing capacity. 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at week 2, lesson 1. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.
Practical idea: If you have any old plastic bottles or containers, see how many cups of water they will hold. Which one holds the least? Which one holds the most?

Phonics
Click here to go to the Phonics Play website and log in using the free username and password at the top of the webpage. Go to Phase 5 and play Flashcards: Speed Trial. Keep a note of your score! Try Phase 3 and Phase 5a.

English/Writing – My News
What have you all been up to? In your exercise book write about your weekend. Illustrate your work when you have finished. Remember to include your writing features!

  • Capital letters
  • Full stops
  • Finger spaces
  • Beautiful handwriting
  • Wow words
  • Connectives (and, so, or, but, because).

Topic – Science. 
Investigate! Can you go outdoors and find 4 different types of leaves? If going outdoors is not possible today then ask a grown up if you can use google! Draw these in your exercise book. Look at the shape and colour of them. Think about the differences and similarities between them all.
Challenge: Can you investigate what type of tree each leaf is from?

 

Tuesday
Maths – Counting in 10’s. 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at week 2, lesson 2. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.
Challenge: Can you write your numbers correctly, starting at 10 and counting in 10’s all the way to 100?
Red Hot Challenge: Can you count backwards too?

Phonics – Traditional Tales Phase 5 words. 
Have a go at matching these traditional tale phase 5 words to the pictures. Click the link below for the worksheet. If you cannot print then you can just draw the pictures yourself and write them in your exercise book. 
Click here: Phase 5 Word Match

English- Dear Diary.
Pretend that you are Oliver from Oliver’s vegetables. Write a diary entry in your exercise book about how your first day at Grandad’s house was. Did you get your chips?
If you have forgotten what happens in the story, don’t worry! Click here to watch Oliver’s Vegetables read aloud. 
Illustrate your diary entry when you have finished writing. 

Topic, Science – Classifying fruit and vegetables. 
If you can, print out the fruits and vegetables sorting activity and sort the foods into the correct groups. If printing is not possible this activity can be drawn. Do you remember what the difference is between a fruit and a vegetable?
Click here – Classifying Fruits and Vegetables Activity.

 

Wednesday
Topic, PE – Joe Wicks
Why not start the day at 9.00am with Joe Wicks 30 minute PE session?
Click here for the link to stream or do at a time that is convenient for you ๐Ÿ™‚

Maths – Make equal groups. 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at week 2, lesson 3. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions! 
Practical idea: can you find something in your house that you could share into equal groups with members of your family?

Phonics
Click here to go to the Phonics Play website and log in using the free username and password at the top of the webpage. Go to Phase 5 and play Flashcards: Speed Trial. Can you beat your score from last time? Let me know what you get!

English
Continuing with the theme of Olivers Vegetables, think about just how much Oliver loves chips. Is there anything in your life that you have really wanted before? It could be a special dessert to eat, a new place you wanted to go or even a toy you were desperate to have. Did you get it? Did you have to do anything before you were allowed it? Tell me all about it in your exercise book!
Challenge: Can you include the word because in your writing?

 

Thursday
Maths – Adding equal groups. 
Click here to head over to the White Rose website and complete week 2, lesson 4, adding equal groups. Watch the video and then have a go at the related activity! Check your answers with the mark scheme provided. 

Phonics
Head over to Phonics Play using the free username and password provided at the top of the webpage. Do Flashcards, Speed trial and make a note of your score. Can you beat your previous scores?
Next, try Acorn Adventures (found in the Phase 5a section). Select the letter /i/. Can you sort the correct phoneme sound into the correct tree? Good luck!

English/Writing

Can you write a story about  a vegetable?
We have read both Oliver’s Vegetables and Carrot Club in class. Can you now create your own vegetable story on PurpleMash?
I have set this as a task on your 2do list once you have logged in. If you cant find it there then simply go to English and then select 2CreateAStory. 
Click here for the Purple Mash website!
Click here to listen to Carrot Club again!

Geography – The world continents!
Can you remember the 7 continents of the world? We learnt them in class and each one had a different action. ๐Ÿ™‚
Click here to head over to PurpleMash and complete a fun activity on the computer. How many of them can you correctly label first time?
Do your best!
You can find this activity in your 2Do list or alternatively go to Topics, Geography, Maps and then select World Continents. 

 

Friday
Topic, PE – Joe Wicks
Why not start the day at 9.00am with Joe Wicks 30 minute PE session?
Click here for the link to stream or do at a time that is convenient for you ๐Ÿ™‚

Maths – Making Arrays. 
Click here to head over to the White Rose website and complete week 2, lesson 5, making arrays. Watch the video and then have a go at the related activity! Check your answers with the mark scheme provided. 

Phonics – Split digraph i_e
Sound out each word using your robot arms. Next decide if the word is real or a made up silly word and colour it in with the corresponding colour. 
click here – i e split diagraph activity

 

Topic – Geography/Art/Computing
Click here to head over to PurpleMash and go to your 2Do list. Select the ‘Spring’ Paint Project and create your very own piece of online artwork all about spring. Think about all the wonderful things that happen in Spring, can you include some of these in your piece?
Don’t forget to save your work! I can’t wait to see what you come up with. ๐Ÿ™‚

Thank you so much for all your wonderful emails containing photos of your fantastic work. I love to see what you have been up to ๐Ÿ™‚

Week 1

Tuesday

Phonics: Log in to Espresso. The log in should be in the front of your exercise book, If you don’t have one, please email Year one email.
From home page, select Key Stage 1, then select English from subject menu down the left hand side. Next, scroll down to phonics. Select ‘Ash’s phonics’. Watch videos for ay and a-e. There are activities using these digraphs down the right of this page to try. Please make 2 lists of words in your exercise books for these digraphs. Think of at least 3 words for each list. Don’t forget to put the date at the top.

Maths: White Rose Maths. Click here. Do lesson 1.

Theme: Log in to Espresso again! Key Stage 1, Science, Plants, Menu on the left choose activities.
Try sorting the trees and labeling a tree.
Draw a tree and label it in your book. Use the one on Espresso to help you.

Wednesday

Phonics: Log in to Espresso.
From home page, select Key Stage 1, then select English from subject menu down the left hand side. Next, scroll down to phonics. Select ‘Ash’s phonics’. Watch videos for ea, ey and e-e. There are activities using these digraphs down the right of this page to try. Please make 3 lists of words in your exercise books for these digraphs. Think of at least 3 words for each list. Don’t forget to put the date at the top.

Maths: White Rose Maths. Click here. Do lesson 2.

Theme: Log in to Espresso again! Key Stage 1, Science, Plants, Videos then choose the ‘Tree’ video.
Separate a page in your exercise book into 4 sections. Draw a tree in each section, a tree in Spring, a tree in Summer, a tree in Autumn and a tree in Winter. Write the season under each tree. Add the weather into your picture if you like.

Thursday

Phonics: Find Phonics Play website. Click here for link.
If you login using Username: march20, Password:home, you can access more games! Try Tricky words trucks. Try the phase 2 words first then move onto phase 5 tricky words. make a note of the ones you find difficult and practise them. You could also have a go at spelling some of these words!

Maths: White Rose Maths. Click here. Do lesson 3.

IT/Theme: Log in to Purple Mash. Practise your typing skills by writing about Spring. From the Purple Mash home page choose ‘Spring’, bottom right. Choose describing Spring on the top line. Watch the video and then add photos and writing about Spring. Print it out and stick it in your book or take a photo of your work and email it into school.

Friday

Phonics: Log in to Espresso.
From home page, select Key Stage 1, then select English from subject menu down the left hand side. Next, scroll down to phonics. Select ‘Ash’s phonics’. Choose the pink ‘Activities’ button on the bottom right. there are some games here to practise the phonics you have done this week ie. ay, a-e, ea, ey, e-e.

Writing: On a fresh page in your exercise book write about what you have done this week. Have you played a game with a grown up, made something with Lego, played a really good game on your tech! Maybe you went for a walk or joined in with Joe Wicks and his energetic exercises! Write a few sentences with capital letters, fullstops and neat writing.

Maths: White Rose Maths. Click here. Do lesson 4.

Music/Art: Listen to ‘Spring’
Close you eyes and listen to the music. How does it make you feel? Happy? Sad? Excited? What do you think? Do you know what instruments are being played? Is it fast music or slow? What does it make you think about? What pictures and colours can you see in your head? Draw a picture of what the music sounds like and how it makes you feel. For ideas you could watch this You tube clip.

Oxford reading Owl – There are some lovely free e-books on here to read. You do have to register but it’s not too big of a job.