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! I hope you are all well and looking after yourselves ?

I hope that you have all had a wonderful half term, spent in the sunshine and doing lots of fun things at home. Our new Topic for Summer 2 is Robots and our focus subjects will be art, science and music. 
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– 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.

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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 ?

 

Summer 2 Week 7
Monday 13th July 2020

CLASS ZOOM!
Please join us at 10am today for the Year 1 moving into Year 2 Zoom with Mrs Lambert! Check your emails for the link! 

Maths – Time to the Hour. 
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 Time to the Hour. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
13th July 2020

English – My News!
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What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).

 

PSHE – Harold’s Daily Diary

Click Here to check out what Harold has been up to! Complete the mindfulness Monday task. 

 

 

Tuesday 14th July  2020
Maths – Time to the half hour.  
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 2 Time to the half hour. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
14th July 2020 Time to the Half hour. 

 

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for ey. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the ey phoneme, ee and ai. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

 

English – Recount!
Think about some of your best memories from Year 1. What do you think your favourite moment has been?
Write a recount of this moment in your book. Think about including all of these writing features in your story:

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

    Could you share your recount with a member of your family?

 

Transition Booklet 
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Download and complete the Spreading My Wings booklet. This booklet helps you think about moving from Year 1 to Year 2! It is exciting!
Spreading My Wings Year 1 to 2

 

Wednesday 15th July  2020
Maths – Writing Time
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 3 Writing Time. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
15th July 2020

 

Phonics – Alternative Spellings, ch. 
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Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Sal’s phonics. Select the ch phoneme. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

 

English – All about me, moving on. 
Download and complete the piece of bunting ALL about you. Think about some of your favourite things!
All About Me Bunting Year 1 

 

Transition Booklet – Continue!
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Continue completing the Spreading My Wings booklet. This booklet helps you think about moving from Year 1 to Year 2! It is exciting!
Spreading My Wings Year 1 to 2

 

 

Thursday 16th July  2020
Maths – Comparing Time
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 4 Comparing Time. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
16th July 2020

 

 

Phonics – Alternative Spellings, g. 
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Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Sal’s phonics. Select the g phoneme. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – My favourite Memories
Complete the My Favourite Memories worksheet. If you cannot download this then just write about the sections in your purple book!
My favourite memories sheet

 

Transition Booklet – Continue!
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Continue completing the Spreading My Wings booklet. This booklet helps you think about moving from Year 1 to Year 2! It is exciting!
Spreading My Wings Year 1 to 2

 

Friday 17th July 2020
Maths – Colour by number!
As this is the final maths task for you to complete, I have attached a colour by number addition sheet underneath!
You must work out the answer to the problem and then colour in the shape with the correct colour! Have fun!
Colour by number Rhino!

Phonics – Alternative Spellings, m. 
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Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Sal’s phonics. Select the m phoneme. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

 

English – My Summer plans!
What are you planning on getting up to over the summer holidays? Tell me all about it! (It’s like my news in reverse!)

In the summer holidays I am going to be planting lots of beautiful flowers in my garden. I will make sure I look after them and give them lots of sunlight and water everyday. 

Remember to include lots of important writing features:

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


My Emotions
How are you feeling about your last day in Year 1? You might be feeling lots of different emotions and moods. 
Log into Purple Mash and go to your 2Do List. Select Emotions and complete the paint activity. 

 

Summer 2, Week 6
Monday 6th July  2020
Maths – Find a half. 
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 Find a half. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!

6th July 2020 – Find a Half Worksheet

 

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for c. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the c phoneme, s Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

 

 

English – My News!
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What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).

 

PSHE – Harold’s Daily Diary

Click Here to check out what Harold has been up to! Complete the mindfulness Monday task. 

 

 

Tuesday 7th July  2020
Maths – Find a half (2). 
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Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 2 Find a half. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
7th July 2020, Find a Half (2)

 

Phonics – Hard and Soft C. 
Hard and Soft C Sound Sorting Game (teacher made)

Using your knowledge from Scully’s phonics yesterday on the different pronunciations of ‘C’, complete the hard and soft c sorting activity. You do not need to sort all of the cards as there is lots and lots. Do try using your robot arms to help you segment and blend difficult words. 
Hard and Soft C Sorting Activity

 

English – Robots!
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Watch CBeebies: Build your own Robot. Discuss how the robot was made by pausing the clip after every section and talking about each stage using the words first, next then, finally, etc. along with bossy verbs such as: put, stick, draw, glue, etc.

With an adult, create your own robot either following the instructions from the clip or using your own junk materials. This could be drawn or painted if you prefer.

As you are completing this task, talk together about what you are doing at each stage, using some of the time words and bossy verbs from earlier. Imagine that you might need to provide instructions for someone later, about how to make your robot,

First you need to paint a big box.
Then stick on two tubes for legs.
Next glue on a smaller box for a head, etc.

Challenge Activity
Can you now write down your instructions for someone else to follow?
Remember to include a ‘What you need’ section at the start. Use numbers or bullet points for each instruction, so that they can be followed easily in the correct order. Check for capital letters and full stops. Use your phonics to help you spell and ensure you have written each instruction on a new line. Give your instructions to someone to follow and try them out!

 

Music – Fast and Animated. 
Listen to ‘Short Ride in a Fast Machine’ by John Adams for musical inspiration. Identify changes in the music. Use a woodblock (or any other suitable wooden sounding item like a table top) to play alongside the music. Is this easy or difficult? Why? Discuss how musicians need to keep in time and the role of the conductor of the orchestra involves helping to keep a steady beat. Watch the conductor on the video and as a class conduct alongside the music to help keep a steady beat. 

Create a piece of artwork to match this piece of music. Consider shapes and lines to represent musical notation. 

 

Wednesday 8th July  2020
Maths – Find a quarter (1). 
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 2 Find a half. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
8th July 2020 – Find a Quarter (1)

 

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for g. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the g phoneme, j Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

 

English – Forming opinions. 
Watch and enjoy CGI Animated Shorts: ‘Playmate’ – by Sen Liu & KunZhan Tao from 0:13 mins up to 2:44 mins. 
Predict what the little boy does at the end of the film. Why do you think he does this? Now watch to the end of the film. Was your prediction correct?

Watch again, this time stopping to consider what is happening at certain parts. Adults can use the prompts ‘What do you know?’ and ‘Tell me more’ as you pause for discussion. (Pause at 0:44 mins, 1:10 mins, 2:07 mins and 3:00 mins). Consider what you can see happening and what might be being said at each point.

Make connections with other films which also have a toy cast aside to make way for a new one, e.g. in Toy Story, when Woody gets put aside for Buzz Lightyear.

Can you explain what the little boy is doing at each of the paused sections and why? Using the prompt, ‘I think that … because …’ might help your child to structure their response, e.g. I think that the robot is his favourite toy because he plays with him a lot.
Write down a timeline (four sentences) of what you think is happening for these four paused parts. These could be written on a story string or a line which represents the thread of the story.

Check for capital letters and full stops. Use your phonics to help you spell difficult words. 

 

Handwriting
Try Page 1 of the Year 1 Common Exception Words booklet. Use the guides as a basis of how to form your letters. 
Common Exception Words Handwriting Booklet

 

 

 

Thursday 9th July  2020
Maths – Find a quarter (2). 
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 4 Find a quarter (2). Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
9th July 2020

 

Phonics – Hard and Soft G. 
Sound Sorting Hard and Soft G Games (teacher made)

Using your knowledge from Scully’s phonics yesterday on the different pronunciations of ‘G’, complete the hard and soft g sorting activity. You do not need to sort all of the cards as there is lots and lots. Do try using your robot arms to help you segment and blend difficult words. 
Hard and Soft G Sorting Acivity 

 

English

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Consider watching again the film CGI Animated Shorts: ‘Playmate’ – by Sen Liu & KunZhan Tao from 0:13 mins. 
Over the next two days you are going to write the story of the film.
Using the chunked sections below to help you, begin to write the story using sentences.

 

A boy loved playing with his robot toy.

A year later the robot still wanted to play but the boy was getting annoyed with it.

The boy’s friend came to play and the robot spoiled the game.

The boy threw the robot in the cupboard.

His friend (the little girl) was cross with the boy and stormed home.

The boy had a bad dream. In his dream, the robot tried to save him.

The boy woke up and started playing with the robot again. They were reunited!

You could give your characters names in the story too!
Try to use the words ‘and’ and ‘but’ to join ideas in your sentences. Can some of your sentences include an exclamation mark? Don’t forget capital letters at the start of sentences and for the characters’ names too!
Remember to think your sentence, say your sentence, write your sentence and check your sentence.

Here is a story starter to get you started or you might choose to write your own!

When Sam was eight, he loved to play with his little robot Blip. It was his favourite toy! They liked to play hide and seek.
A year went by and Sam got fed up of Blip. This made Blip miserable …

Remember this task is for over the next two days, so you might only write half of your story today.

 

Class Zoom Call 1.30pm today!
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Please join us on our Class Zoom! We would love to see all your faces! 

 

Maths – Fraction challenges!
Half and Quarter

Let’s summarise our learning of halves and quarters. Here are 2 activities for you to try. Can you colour in the correct fraction and then try the sorting worksheet too?
Let me know how you get on!
Activity 1 – Read and colour fractions.
Activity 2 – Sorting halves and quarters.

 

Phonics – Tricky Words. 
Click Here for the Phase 4 Tricky Words song. Sing along and enjoy!
Click Here to go to Phonics Play, select Tricky Word Trucks and try Phase 4 all HFW and Tricky Words and then do the same for Phase 5. 
Additionally head over to Espresso, Scully’s Phonics and select Tricky Words to test yourself even further. 

 

English – Robot Story!
Read over your story so far. Check for full sentences (using capital letters and full stops), the use of the words ‘and’ and ‘but,’ and maybe the use of an exclamation mark too. Also, check you have used capital letters for character names.

Continue your story including all the above skills, remembering to think and say your sentences out loud before you write them down. You can continue to use the chunked plan from yesterday to help you.

When you have finished, check again and then read your story to another family member or friend (you could even show your robot that you made on day one!). Then show them the film to enjoy the visual story!

Art – Robot Art
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Make a piece of robotic artwork. This could be a collage, a picture or even printing. Think about colours or materials that you think are suitable to include. 

 

 

Summer 2, Week 5
Monday 29th June 2020
Maths – Ordering Numbers.
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 Ordering Numbers. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
29th June 2020

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for ou. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the ou phoneme, long oo, oa. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – My News!
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What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).


PSHE – Harold’s Daily Diary


Click Here to check out what Harold has been up to! Complete the mindfulness Monday task.  

 

Tuesday 30th June 2020
Maths – Recognising coins.  
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Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 2 Recognising Coins. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
30th June 2020 Recognising Coins Worksheet

Phonics
Go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password. Complete Phase 5 Flashcards: Speed Trial. Take a note of your score and then repeat. Did you beat your score?
Next, Select Tricky Word Trucks, Phase 5 all HFW and Tricky Words and again take a note of your score. 
Practice any HFW or Tricky words that you particularly struggle with. 

English – Meerkat madness!
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Watch the Official Compare the Meerkat Jingle Advert.
Ask your child if they have seen this creature before. What is it called? 
Discuss – what is a real meerkat? Have you seen one before? What do they look like? Can you describe one? How do they behave?

Watch How meerkats interact in the wild. Repeat watching the
clip, and this time stopping and pausing to discuss what you see. 

How do they move?
What do they look like?
Do you think they like to be alone?

Consider and talk about what you would like to know about meerkats with an adult and write a few questions down in your exercise books, Remember you need a question mark!

 

Art
Complete making your robot out of recycled materials. Send me photographs of the finished result! When you have finished your robot make sure you decorate it the way that you want it. I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

 

 

Wednesday 1st July 2020
Maths – Recognising Notes.
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 3 Recognising Notes. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
1st July 2020 – Recognising Notes Worksheet


Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for y. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the y phoneme. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 


English – Meerkat Facts!

Watch Meerkat Animals for Kids and Kid Reporter Dominique – Meerkats. Can you find the answer to any of your questions? Talk to an adult about what you now know about meerkats.

Write a list of facts about what you have learnt about meerkats from the videos. Check writing is in full sentences with capital letters and full stops. Use phonics to help you spell words independently. 

Science – Sense of touch. 
Look around the room that you are in. Select 5 different items in the room. Feel each of those items and think of a word that describes how they feel to you. 
-Hard?
-Soft?
-Smooth?
-Rough?
Draw the item and write the word next to it in your exercise book. 

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020
Maths – Counting in Coins.
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Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 4 Counting in Coins. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
2nd July 2020 – Counting in Coins Worksheet.

 

Phonics – Acorn Adventures. 
Go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password. Complete Phase 5 Flashcards: Speed Trial. Take a note of your score and then repeat. Did you beat your score?
Next, Select Tricky Word Trucks, Phase 5 all HFW and Tricky Words and again take a note of your score. 

Go to Resources, Phase 5, Acorn Adventures and select y phoneme. Give the acorn to the correct tree and squirrel. Use your learning from yesterday to help you. 

 

English – Meerkat Quiz!
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Consider the information you have discovered about meerkats in the previous session. Imagine that your family and friends don’t know very much about meerkats. Using the information you’ve found, write a simple report or quiz for a sibling or family member. They could either read your report or you could present it to them, just like Dominique does in the Kid Reporter Dominique – Meerkats.

Check that sentences make sense by reading them aloud. Check for
capital letters and full stops. Remember to use phonics to help you spell words independently.

Virtual Sports Day!
Try some of the virtual sports day events linked at the top of our class page!

Friday 3rd July 2020
Maths – How much money is in my jar?
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Test all of your money knowledge from this week! You and your grown up can decide on the worksheets that you feel that you can do. You might want to really challenge yourself! Download the worksheet below. 
3rd July 2020 – How much money is in my jar?

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for ch.
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Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the ch phoneme, k, sh. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – Meerkat Mail!
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Listen to Miss Lee presents Meerkat Mail.
Whilst listening to the story, stop and play the ‘tell me’ game. This
involves pausing the story to talk about what your child has heard.
Prompts can be open ended to help start discussion.
Tell me what you know about Sunny so far.

Talk about how Sunny might be feeling but also how his family must be feeling without him.
What do you think they would say to him? Do you think Sunny regrets leaving as the book goes on? How do you know?

Make a feeling bubble and write all of the emotions of the characters in the story inside of it. A feeling bubble is a heart-shaped bubble. Make your own or print off the template below. 
My Feeling Bubble

 

PE – Virtual Sports Day!
Try some of the virtual sports day events linked at the top of our class page!

 

Summer 2, Week 4
Monday 22nd June 2020
Maths – Counting to 100.  
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 Counting to 100. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
Monday 22nd June 2020 Worksheet

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for ie. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the ie phoneme, ee. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – My News!
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What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).

 

PSHE – Harold’s Daily Diary

Click Here to check out what Harold has been up to on Friday! Harold is taking a break from writing his diary today, so can you write your own diary entry all about your Monday. Tell me your thoughts and feelings today. Why do you think you feel like that? 

 

Tuesday 23rd June 2020
Maths – Partitioning numbers. 
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 2 and select Partitioning Numbers. Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
23rd June – Partitioning Numbers Worksheet


Phonics – Dragons Den, ie Phoneme. 
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Click Here to go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password. Go to resources and select Dragons Den, Phase 5, ie phoneme. Use your robot arms to help you segment and blend the word and sort it into real or silly categories. 
Next go back to resources and select Acorn Adventures and ie phoneme again. Using your knowledge from yesterday you must select the correct pronunciation of the word. 


English – The Bare Necessities!
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Listen to the song The Bare Necessities from The Jungle Book. Repeat and join in where you can!
Discuss some of the words and phrases in the song and their meanings, such as bare necessities, roam, strife, rest at ease, etc. You could use Word Hippo to find out what these words mean.

Draw a picture of Baloo the Bear. Watch the clip again, this time pausing to talk about what he looks like, what he likes to eat and things he likes to do.
Write some sentences about Baloo, around or underneath his picture. Use ideas from listening to the song and watching the film clip to help you.

Baloo is a huge grey bear. He likes to eat ants which tickle his tongue. He enjoys his back being rubbed on the trees to scratch it. He loves to relax in the water and float along …

Check for capital letters and full stops. Can you include some sentences with the word ‘and’ in to join ideas?

 

Science – The Sense of Sight – Grown up’s needed!
Can you remember the 5 senses?
Today I want you to experiment with your sense of sight! Take a blindfold or some kind of scarf to tie around your head so that your eyes are covered and you cannot see. Next, try writing or drawing something on a piece of paper. Take your blindfold off and look at what you have done. What do you think of it?

Next, write or draw the same thing again but this time remove your blindfold so that you can see. Is the outcome different? What made it different?
Our eyes are fascinating indeed, in the way that they work.  We rely on our eyes very much, and also from the very moment we wake up!  They do a lot a lot of great things for us and help us see many wonders of life and the world – make sure to take good care of them. 
In your purple book draw what you can see right now and write a few sentences underneath your drawing explaining why you think the sense of sight is important. 


Wednesday 24th June 2020

Maths – Comapring Numbers (1). 
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 3 and select Comparing Numbers (1). Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
24th June – Comparing Numbers Worksheet

 

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for ea. 
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Click Here
to go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password available. Go to resources and select Flash Cards, Speed Trial. Test how many Phase 3 and Phase 5 phonemes you know and write down any that you got wrong. Take note of these as these are ones that you need to spend a little extra time practicing!

Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the ea phoneme, e. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – Bear crazy!
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Discuss what famous bears from story books or films you know, e.g. Rupert, Paddington, Winnie the Pooh, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Pudsey Bear, Yogi Bear, etc. Ask an adult who their favourite bear is. Can they tell you about them? Watch some opening clips below on bears you might not know, to find out a little more about them.

Rupert the Bear

Winnie the Pooh

Yogi Bear

Which one do you like? Why? Draw your favourite bear and write a short fact file about them. This could include name, friends, likes to eat, enjoys, dislikes…

Talk about your favourite teddy bear, if you have one, or your favourite soft toy. Tell an adult all about them. Draw a picture of your teddy/soft toy and write a short fact file in the same way about them too. Remember to check for capital letters for their name and use your phonics to help you spell words in your writing.

Music – Happy! By Pharrell Williams. 
BeatSaver - Happy - Pharrell Williams

Click Here to listen to Happy by Pharrell Williams. It is a piece of pop music and you might even recognise it!  Speak to your grown up about these questions below:

How does the music make you feel?

What can you hear?
How would you describe this piece of music?

Create a piece of artwork to match this piece of music. It could be made up of lines, swirls, arrows going in different directions. Think about making your drawing go up and down like the music does. 

 

 

Thursday 25th June 2020
Maths – Comapring Numbers (2).  
Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 4 and select Comparing Numbers (2). Select the video and watch.
Next, try the worksheet below!
25th June – Comparing Numbers (2) Worksheet

 

Phonics – Alternative sounds for ea. 
PhonicsPlay - Phase 5 Resources

Click Here to go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password available. Go to resources and select Flash Cards, Speed Trial. Test how many Phase 3 and Phase 5 phonemes you know and write down any that you got wrong. Take note of these as these are ones that you need to spend a little extra time practicing!

Next, go to Phase 5 select Cheeky Chimps and the ea phoneme. Can you sort the words into the correct sounding phoneme?

 

English – The Teddy Bears Picnic!
Listen to the Teddy Bears’ Picnic song. Join in with the words if you can: Teddy Bears’ Picnic – Karaoke Track (Some American spellings).

Next, read with an adult Real Bears Picnic and the Did You Know sections from this web page about the History of the Teddy Bears’ Picnic.

Teddy Bear Picnic picture by Vastateparksstaff

Consider holding your own teddy bears’ picnic. Write a list of the things you will need to get ready, e.g. Picnic rug, Sandwiches, Crisps, Juice.
Think about inviting your own teddy bears/soft toys or your family and friends with their teddy bears. Write an invitation to your Teddy Bears’ Picnic.

To:
For:
Time:
Date:
Place:
From:

Check your writing for capital letters for names and places. Use phonics for spelling too. Send or post your invitations and host your own teddy bears picnic with your guests!

Science – Sense of Hearing
Click Here to listen to Maddie’s song about sound! She explains that sounds are made up of vibrations that we can hear. 
Maddie's Do You Know? - CBeebies - BBCSit for 1 minute with your eyes closed. When you open your eyes, write down everything that you could HEAR in that minute. 
Close your eyes again and repeat. Write anything else you hear down.
What to Know About Sudden Hearing Loss - Consumer Reports
Click Here to play the Sound Game. There are 20 sounds that you need to listen to and try and guess what they are.  Maybe you could test someone in your house?

 


Friday 26th June 2020

Maths – Ordering Numbers Friday Challenge!
Click Here to go to Espresso.Log into your student account and select Key Stage 1, Maths, Number and Place Value and then Ordering and Comparing. Select activities and try the ordering numbers to 50 challenge. You must put the number cards in the correct order. 
If you make this challenge easier by selecting ordering numbers to 20 or 10, or you could make it even harder by ordering numbers to 100!

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for er. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the er phoneme, ir. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – A very cute mammal!
VIDEO: Man fined for wrestling with bear at Polish zoo without ...

What do you know about real bears? Talk to an adult about what you already know about bears and then think about what you would like to know. Write a few questions that you would like to ask about bears, 

How many types of bear are there? Where do they live? What do they eat?

Check your questions have a capital letter at the start and a question mark at the end!

Watch The Bear, A Very Cute Mammal to see if you can find out some of the answers to your questions. Discuss anything else you found out too.
Write an information poster using some of the information you have found out. This could include:
Title.
Introductory sentence/s.
What types of bear are there?
Where do bears live?
What do bears look like?
What do bears eat?
Did you know? (Interesting fact box).

Bears of the World Poster (with Text)
You could add illustrations or pictures to your poster. Check capital letters, full stops, question marks and remember to use phonics for spelling too!

 

Art and Design – Robot!
You have already designed your robot out of recycled materials. Today, you should start to piece your robot together. Think about the recycled materials you have in your house and what part they would be suitable for. You do not need to complete the whole robot today so take your time and send me photographs of your process! 
Cereal Box Robot | Make:

 

 

 

Summer 2, Week 3
Monday 15th June 2020
Maths – One More and One Less. 
Click here for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘One more and one less’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below. 
15th June One More and One Less Worksheet

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for o. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the o phoneme, oa. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

 

 

English – My News!

Transparent News Reporter Clipart , Free Transparent Clipart ...What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).

 

 

 

 

 

PSHE  – Harold’s Daily Diary

Click Here
to check out what Harold has been up to today! Think about some of the questions Harold asks with your grown up. 
Can you help him come up with some useful ideas for his socially distanced get together?

 

Tuesday 16th June 2020
Maths – Compare Objects within 50.  
Click here
for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘compare objects within 50’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below. 
16th June 2020 Worksheet

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for u. 
Click Here to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the u, (y) oo, short oo phoneme. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 


English – To Infinity and Beyond!

Say together the phrase: to infinity and beyond! Do you know who says this? Do you already know anything about the character Buzz Lightyear? – Click Here to watch a clip.

Buzz Lightyear | Disney Wiki | Fandom

Talk about what Buzz Lightyear looks like and who his friends are. Is
he a good character or a bad character? With an adult, read some fun facts about Buzz Lightyear here.
Buzz Lightyear Facts for Kids.
10 Things You May Not Know About Buzz Lightyear. 

Write a Buzz Lightyear fact file for someone to read. It could include
answers to these prompts:
What does he look like?
Where did he get his name from?
How does he act?
Who are his friends?
Challenge: Can you include a special Did you know …? fact box using a question mark. 

 

Science – Parts of The Body. 
Click Here to go to BBC BItesize. Select Key Stage 1, Science, The Human Body and the activity What are the Parts of the Human Body?
Watch the videos available to learn lots of new things all about our bodies and the role of the different parts it has. When you have finished, take the quiz to test your knowledge!

Wednesday 17th June 2020

Maths – Compare numbers within 50.  
Click here
for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘compare numbers within 50’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below. 
17th June 2020 Worksheet

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for u. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the ow phoneme, oa. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – Lightning questions!
Today’s task will require help from a grown up!

Remind your child of the man the Buzz Lightyear character is
named after: Buzz Aldrin. Do they know who he is? Watch the
clip of Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong walking on the moon here. With an adult, discover all about Buzz Aldrin by reading some facts contained in the webpages below.
Consider the vocabulary you may need to discuss such as: mission, lunar, military etc.

Buzz Aldrin Facts for Kids

DK Buzz Aldrin Facts

Now, with the knowledge you have, write a quiz for your family to answer all about Buzz Aldrin! Use The question hand to help you start your question with the appropriate word. Remember, you need question marks at the end of a question. Check for capital letters and use your phonics to help with your spellings. 


Music – Short and spikey!
Grammys 2020: John Williams wins his 25th Grammy, for 'Star Wars ...

Click Here to listen to The Imperial March by John Williams. It is a piece of music made by playing lots of different instruments at once. You might even recognise it!   Speak to your grown up about these questions below:

How does the music make you feel?

What can you hear?
How would you describe this piece of music?

Create a piece of artwork to match this piece of music. It could be made up of lines, swirls, arrows going in different directions. Think about making your drawing go up and down like the music does. 

 

Thursday 18th June 2020
Maths – Order Numbers within 50. 
Numbers 1-50 Counting and Tracing by Sycamore Lane Learning | TpT
Click here for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘Order numbers within 50’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below. 
18th June 2020 Worksheet

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for u. 
Click Here to go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password available. Go to resources and select Flash Cards, Speed Trial. Test how many Phase 3 and Phase 5 phonemes you know and write down any that you got wrong. Take note of these as these are ones that you need to spend a little extra time practicing!

Next, go back to resources and select Cheeky Chimps, alternative sounds for u. This will use your knowledge from Scully’s Phonics from yesterday!

English – Whatever Next!
Today you will need a grown up to help you!
Click Here to read and enjoy Whatever Next by Jill Murphy. 
Repeat, this time trying to join in with the retelling as the book is
read aloud. Finally read again, this time with the sound muted so that you and your child can retell the story in your own words. Encourage your child to include the words first, next, then,
after a while, finally etc. to help them in their retelling.

Whatever Next!: Amazon.co.uk: Murphy, Jill: Books

After orally retelling the story, with an adult you are now going to make a zigzag book of the story for your family to read. Follow the simple instructions together here on how to make a zigzag book. This is where you will really need your grown up to help!
Printable Zig-Zag Mini Book for Father's Day | Make and Takes
Remember to use capital letters, full stops and phonics for spelling.
Aim to include ‘and’ and ‘but’ in some of your sentences,
e.g. He packed his teddy and some food for the journey. He landed on the moon but nobody was there.
Keep re-reading your
sentences to check that they make sense and
that you haven’t missed any words out!

Art – Recycled Robot!
THE TOP 5 THINGS MADE FROM RECYCLED MATERIALS. - Orwak Easi UK Ltd

Think about some of the rubbish in your house that gets recycled. What kinds of materials do we throw away? Things like bottles, cereal boxes, tissue boxes andpaper. Thinking about materials that will be accessible for you to use, design a robot! 
Write a list of materials and equipment that you will need to gather for when you make your robot. You will be making the robot next week so it might be a good idea to start rescuing some rubbish from the recycling bin soon!

 

Friday 19th June 2020
Maths – Greater than or Less than. 
2 Tricks for Remembering Greater Than and Less Than Signs
Download the greater than and less than crocodile Powerpoint and talk through it with your grown up. 
Greater than and less than PowerPoint
Next have a go and applying what you have just learnt on the worksheet!
Greater than and less than to 20 Worksheet

 

Phonics – Phase 3 Tricky and HFW practice. 
Click Here to go to Phonics Play and log in using the free username and password available. Go to resources and select Flash Cards, Speed Trial. Test how many Phase 3 and Phase 5 phonemes you know and write down any that you got wrong. Compare these to your scores from yesterday. How have you done?
Next, go to Tricky Word Trucks and practice your Phase 3 Tricky and High Frequency Words. Make sure you spend a little time practicing any that you have struggled with. 

English – Dear Diary!
Story corner activities for Whatever Next! – Early Years teaching ...

Click Here to remind yourself of Whatever Next by Jill Murphy. 
Imagine that you are Baby Bear and you want to tell someone about your day. Go through your zigzag book of the story and think about how Baby Bear would be feeling and what he might be thinking at each part of the journey.

Example: He would be feeling disappointed that his mum wouldn’t let him go to the moon, or he would be excited as he took off up the chimney.

Orally say what his thoughts and feelings would be as you go through your zigzag story book. Write a diary entry now as if you are Baby Bear and you have just come back from your day on the moon. Remember to include the thoughts and feelings throughout and use the word ‘I’ as if you are writing as Baby Bear.

Example: Last night my mum asked me to have a bath but I wanted to go to the moon. I was disappointed that she wouldn’t let me go. I made a rocket from a box under the stairs, put on my space helmet and books and flew up the chimney. I felt so excited to start my trip …

Check for capital letters for the start of sentences and for the word ‘I.’ Try to use phonics for the spelling of new words and re- read your sentences each time to check they make sense. Can you include the word ‘and’ and ‘but’, and maybe an exclamation mark to show some excitement or surprise!

 

Science – The 5 Senses. 
Click Here to learn all about our five senses. Can you name them all?
Watch the video and have a go at the quiz to see what you have learnt. 
The Five Senses and “The First Day of School” – Lead…Learn…Lift
Next, if you can go outside do so but if not then take a walk around your house and think about everything you can sense while walking. Record your findings in the field walk sheet. You can write about what you can see and draw pictures. 
The Five Senses Field Walk Recording Sheet

 

Summer 2, Week 2
Monday 8th June 2020

Maths – Sort 2D Shapes. 
Click here for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘Sort 2D Shapes’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below. Summer 2 Week 2 Lesson 1

Phonics – Tricky Words
Click Here to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Ash’s Phonics. Select the Tricky Words icon. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – My News!
Transparent News Reporter Clipart , Free Transparent Clipart ...

What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? It has been a little bit rainy! I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).

PSHE  – Harold’s Daily Diary

Click Here to check out what Harold has been up to today! Think about some of the questions Harold asks with your grown up. 
Complete the make a bedtime star task that Harold explains. 


Tuesday 9th June 2020

Maths – Recognise and name 3D Shapes.  
Click here
for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘Recognise and Name 3D Shapes’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below.
Tuesday 9th June – Recognise and name 3D Shapes Worksheet. 


Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for a. 

Click Here to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the a phoneme, ai, a, o . Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 


English – The jolly postman!

A postman or postwoman is someone who helps us. Speak to your grown up about some of these questions…

Do you know what job they do?
Can you spot them coming down the street?
What do they wear?
What happens when they come to your door?
What do they bring?
How do they travel?

Click Here to watch Postman Rhymes on Profession!

Draw a picture of a postman/lady and write down some of the things they bring/do/ wear.
eg. My postman wears a red uniform. He carries a big bag full of letters and bills. They have to read the address to check the mail gets to the right person.

Check for capital letters and full stops! Can you include and or but in a sentence too?

Science – What makes me, me?
Ask a grown up  to take a full length photograph of you, print it out and stick it in your exercise book. If this is not possible then draw a picture of yourself from your head all the way to your feet. 
Label your body parts and any other distinguishing features that you  see eg. hair colour. 
Next, take a photograph of or draw a member of your family. Label their body parts and features too. What is the same? How are you different?

Wednesday 10th June 2020
Maths – Sort 3D Shapes.  
Click here
for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
Select the lesson ‘Sort 3D Shapes’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below.
10th June 2020 – Sort 3D Shapes

Phonics – Alternative pronunciations for e. Phonics: The 'ee' sound [FREE RESOURCE] - YouTube
Click Here to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the e phoneme, ee . Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 


English – Lovely letters!

Click Here to watch The Jolly Postman story read aloud. 

Did you recognise any characters already?
What is different about a letter to a normal piece of writing?

Write a letter to someone that you love telling them all about your experiences during lockdown. It could be a friend or family member that you do not live with. Try and include some really interesting wow words in your writing!

Art – Colourful Robots
Following from last weeks Larry Wong’s Mechanoids, you are going to create 3 different robots. How can you make each one different to the last? What will you change?
Show the difference in personalities in the robots through the use of colour. You could colour with crayons or pencils or use paint if you have some! Email me your creative robots so I can see what you come up with!

 

Thursday 11th June 2020
Maths – Patterns with 2D and 3D Shapes. 
Click here
for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
Select the lesson ‘Patterns with 2D and 3D Shapes’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below.
11th June 2020 Worksheet

Phonics – alternative pronunciation for i. 
Click Here to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Scully’s phonics. Select the i phoneme, igh . Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 

English – Book Review
Remind yourself of the Jolly Postman from yesterday. Think about what happens on the story. Can you orally retell what happens in the story?
Write a book review on The Jolly Postman, thinking about characters, setting and order of events in the story. 
The Jolly Postman Book Review

Music
Click Here to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Key Stage 1. Select Music, then the activity Music Maker. Have fun creating new sounds using the different objects. 
Create a piece of artwork that represents the music that you have created today, think about lines and swirls to represent notation and different colours that you think match the music!

 

Friday 12th June 2020
Maths – Properties of shape assessment. 
Use your learning from this week to help you answer these questions on shape! The answers are included at the bottom of the page so you can check them too. 
12.06.20 Shape Assessment

Phonics – Acorn Adventures
Click Here to go to Phonics Play. Log in using the free username and password march20 and home
Select resources and scroll down to Acorn Adventures. Test yourself on alternative pronunciations for a, e and i. 

English – Character Description
Pick a character from The Jolly Postman. Complete a character profile of this person. Think about their appearance, what they do and what their part in the story is. Use the character profile template to help you!
Character Profile Template

Robot Crazy!
Click Here to go to PurpleMash and log in to your student account. Check your 2Do List and complete the My Robot task. You must create your own robot and write about them. You may need to ask your grown up to help you with some of the longer words in the fact file. I can’t wait to see what interesting robots you come up with!

Summer 2, Week 1 
Wednesday 3rd June 2020
Maths – Measure Mass.
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 6  (w/c 1st June) Lesson 1. Watch the video and have a go at the activity below!
Lesson-1 Week 6

Phonics – ow, ie, ou. 
Click here to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the ow, ie, ou challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?
Next, can you come up with any words with these phonemes in? Write them down in your purple book. 

English – My News!
Transparent News Reporter Clipart , Free Transparent Clipart ...

What exciting things have you been up to over half term? I want you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.
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).

Science – My Body. 
Simon Says – Kindly ask a grown up in your house if they will play a game with you! Simon says using parts of your body. 

“Simon says touch your knees” – You would touch your knees.
“Touch your elbow” – Simon didn’t say this so if you touched your elbow you would be out!

My Body: For kids are learn about their body eBook: messy, miss su ...

Click here
to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do list and select My Body. Can you draw yourself, including your whole body using the paint tool. Next, label some body parts that you already know. 

 

Thursday 4th June 2020
Maths – Compare Mass.
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 6  (w/c 1st June) Lesson 2. Watch the video and have a go at the activity below!
Lesson-2-Week 6

 

Phonics – g, y, ey. 
Click here to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the g, y, ey challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?
Next, Click Here to go to Phonics Play. Select Phase 3, Tricky Word Trucks and see how many you can get correct. Try both Tricky Words and HFW to challenge yourself. 

English – Curious connectives!
We have spoken about connectives lots in class but don’t worry if you have forgotten! A connective is a word that links up 2 parts of a sentence. It might include extra information or something different to the first part of the sentence. 
Have a go at writing your own sentences including these connectives in: 

and
but
so
or
because

I can’t wait to see what interesting sentences you come up with!


Art – Robots!

Click Here to watch an episode of The Little Robots on YouTube. Think about what you think the robots are made from. Why do you think that?

Larry Wong creates miniature robotic sculptures from recycled ...
This is a robot  made my an artist called Larry Wong. It is called a Mechanoid. Larry makes lots of different robots out of house hold items!
In your purple book, sketch your own robot using items from your house. Think about things that could be really useful for the robot. Use a pencil to do your sketching!

Friday 5th June 2020
Maths – Recognise and name 2D Shapes. 

Click here for White Rose Maths alternative plans. 
If that link is unavailable – Click here to go to the White Rose Maths website. Go to Lesson 1 but select the alternative lesson plan icon to the right of the video. 
Select the lesson ‘Recognise and Name 2D Shapes’ and watch the video available on vimeo. Next have a go at the worksheet below. 
Recognise and Name 2D Shapes Worksheet

 

Phonics – ir. 
Click Here
to go to Espresso. Log into your student account and select Foundation, Phonics, Ash’s Phonics. Select the ‘ir’ phoneme. Complete some of the reading, writing and spelling activities available. 
Can you now write 3 words that have ‘ir’ in them? Do this in your purple exercise book. 

 

English – Robot crazy!
Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom: The Toy Robot Storybook (Ben ...
Click Here
to watch Ben and Holly meet a robot! What kind of a robot do you think this is? How are Ben and Holly feeling throughout the episode?
Write a character description about the robot. Remember to include capital letters, full stops, connectives, finger spaces and always write in your best writing. 


Music – Ma Vlast, Musical Notations. 
Find Your Next Paint Night (With images) | Music painting canvas ...
Click Here
to listen to Ma Vlast – Moldau by Bedrich Smetana. It is a classical piece of music made by playing lots of different instruments at once. You do not need to listen to the whole thing as it is very long.  Speak to your grown up about these questions below:

How does the music make you feel?

What can you hear?
How would you describe this piece of music?

Create a piece of artwork to match this piece of music. It could be made up of lines, swirls, arrows going in different directions. Think about making your drawing go up and down like the music does. 

 

Week 7

Monday 18th May 2020
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 ?

 

Maths – Compare Lengths and height. 
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 5 (w/c 18th May) Lesson 1. Watch the video and have a go at the activity below!
Week 5 Lesson 1
Practical idea: Can you correctly order the people in your house from shortest to tallest?

Phonics – oe, au, ey
Click here
to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the oe, au, ey challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

 

English – My News!

Transparent News Reporter Clipart , Free Transparent Clipart ...

What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I was you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.

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, Computing – Online Safety

Click Here to go to Espresso. Log in and go to Key Stage 1. Select Computing, Online Safety and click on Activities. Select Computers Everywhere! You need to decide what object has/uses a computer and what does not, think carefully!
Free Cartoon Computer Images, Download Free Clip Art, Free Clip ...

 

Tuesday 19th May 2020
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 ?


Maths – Measure Length (1)

Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 5 (w/c 18th May) Lesson 2. Watch the video and have a go at the activity below!
Week 5 Lesson 2


Phonics – wh, ph

Click here
to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the wh, ph challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?
Learn to Read | Phonics for Kids | Letter Vowels - WH and PH - YouTube

Next, test how well you know these Phase 3 Trick Words below. Can you read them all?

FREE! - Tricky Words Phase 3 - Primary Resource

English – Rumble in the Jungle.
Click here to read along with Rumble in the Jungle!
Rumble in the Jungle: Amazon.co.uk: Andreae, Giles, Wojtowycz ...

Choose your favourite animal and try and reread that verse either
independently or along with the voice over. Try and make up some actions for certain words to help you remember the words!
Why did you choose that animal as your favourite? 
Write some sentences to descibe the animal. Use words from the text to help you and include connectives such as ‘and’. 

I like the gorilla the best because he is big, black and hairy. He is ferocious and scary. He makes me laugh when he wallops his chest.

Make sure you check your work for capital letters, full stops, finger-spaces and spellings!

Topic, Science – Describing materials. 
Properties of a material are different things that the material has, for example, the way it feels, if its hot or cold or it’s size. Today you are going to choose 3 materials and describe the properties. These materials can be natural or man-made. Go to Purple Mash and check your 2Do List. Select Materials and complete the online activity. Have fun! ?

Wednesday 20th May 2020
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 ?

Maths – Measure Length (2)
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 5 (w/c 18th May) Lesson 3. Watch the video and have a go at the activity below!
Week 5 Lesson 3

Phonics – Espresso – wh, ph.
Click Here to go to Espresso. Log in using your student username and password and select Foundation. Go to Phonics, Ash’s Phonics and then select the ph and wh phonemes. Complete activities in this section. You can choose a few that you would really like to do!

English – Jungle Animals!
Rumble in the Jungle: Amazon.co.uk: Andreae, Giles, Wojtowycz ...

Remind yourself about Rumble in the Jungle from yesterday! Listen to the story again and see if you can join in with it!
Click here to read along with Rumble in the Jungle!
Write a list of animals that you know live in the jungle from reading the story. Can you spell some of these animals names all by yourself?

Next, click here to watch the opening scene of the Lion King. Can you see anymore animals that you could add to your list? Use your phonics to help you spell these words. Add as many animals to your list as you can! Illustrate your fabulous list when you are finished. 


Topic – PSHE, Harolds Diary

Click here to go to the LIFE Education website to read Harold’s daily diary update. What has he been up to? Have a chat with a grown up at home about what you have read and think about the questions that Harold asks you. 

 

Thursday 21st May 2020
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 ?


Maths – Introducing Weight and Mass

Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 5 (w/c 18th May) Lesson 4. Watch the video and have a go at the activity below!
Week 5 Lesson 4


Phonics – a, u, o

Click here
to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the a, u, o challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

How many of the Phase 4 Tricky Words do you know below?
Try writing some out in your exercise book. 
FREE! - Tricky Words Phase 4 Word Mat - KS1 Resource


English – All about animals!
The jaguar′s struggle for survival | All media content | DW ...
Watch and enjoy the clip on the Ten Jungle Animals for Kids. (This is an American clip so some pronunciations may differ!). 
Which animal did you find the most interesting and why?
I liked…..because…..

Repeat watching the section of the clip
where your favourite animal appears, pausing as you do, to retell the facts that they have heard. Now you are an EXPERT on this animal. Can you go and tell someone in your house all about it?

Make a fact file all about this animal, using facts that you have heard. Example: 
Jaguars are very big cats and are about six feet long. They sleep up in the trees. They eat lots of other animals like deer, monkeys, snakes or fish.

Illustrate your Fact File when you have finished!

Topic – Geography, what materials would you use to build a house?
Collage template for the three little pig,s houses. | Teaching ...
Click Here to head over to the Purple Mash website. Login and check your 2Do List. Select ‘Materials’ (this has an icon of a little house next to it). You need to select materials that you think would be suitable for building a house. 

 

Friday 22nd May 2020
Topic, PE – Joe Wicks
Why not start the day at 9.00am with Joe Wicks 30 minute PE session? Remember its fancy dress Friday!
Click here for the link to stream or do at a time that is convenient for you ?


Maths – Colour by size!
Longer and Shorter & Longest and Shortest | Comparison for Kids ...

Think about the words longest and shortest. What do they mean? Print the colour by size worksheet and sort the animals in the correct order of size. If you can’t print then draw and colour the animals yourself!
Colour by size


Phonics – e, i, a

Click here
to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the e, i, a challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

English – The Ugly Five
The Ugly Five: 1: Amazon.co.uk: Julia Donaldson, Axel Scheffler: Books

Read and enjoy The Ugly Five by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Remind your child that these animals are described by the author as to why they think they are ugly. Can they spot words or phraseswhich describe each of the five to suggest why they might be thought of as ’ugly’?

The spotted hyena has a spiky mane and spotty skin. He looks grotty
and has a voice with a mixture of giggles and groans…

Ask your child to imagine they are on a safari tour, viewing ‘The Ugly Five’ animals in the wild. Explain to your child that their challenge is to write a recount of what they have seen for their friends and family back home, including some description of the five animals.

 

Topic – DT, Evaluating the Product
By now you should have made your slide from recycled products. You need to look at your slide and think about the process that you have been on to create it. Think about what you might do differently if you were to make it again. It is important that we evaluate products that we make in order to improve in the future. Fill out the evaluation sheet to help you!
Final evaluation

 

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Week 6
Monday 11th May 2020
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 ?

 

Maths – Add by making 10.
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 4 (w/c 11th May) Lesson 1. Watch the video and have a go at the activity!
Lesson 1 Add by making 10 
Practical Idea: How many different ways can you make 10? Use ‘stuff’ from your house to help you!

Phonics – ie, ea, oy
Click here to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete to ie, ea, oy challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

English – My News!
What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I was you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.

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 – Geography, Our Homes. 
Head over to PurpleMash and check your 2Do List! There is an activity called House waiting for you to complete. I am challenging you to re-create your home using the paint tool. Before you do this activity, it might be a good idea to go outside with your grown up and take a look at the front of your house. What do you see? How many windows are there? Is there more than 1 or 2 floors? What is it made out of? Try to include as much detail as you can in your work. 

Cartoon House Images, Stock Photos & Vectors | Shutterstock

 

Tuesday 12th May 2020
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 ?

Maths – Subtraction, crossing 10. 
Lesson 2 Subtraction – crossing 10

Phonics – ir and ue.
Click here to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the ir/ue challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

English – Little bunnies!
Listen to the Hop Little Bunnies song here.
Next, repeat, joining in with the words and actions using the karaoke version, click here.
What other actions could the bunnies do? E.g. walk, jog, stomp, dance, floss etc.
Can you write a couple more verses to include the new action?

Stomp little bunnies, Stomp, stomp, stomp Stomp, stomp, stomp!
Floss little bunnies, Floss, floss, floss etc.

Perform your new song to somebody!

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Topic – Science – Compare and group objects!
Collect 5 objects from the Great Outdoors. Can you order them from hard to soft?
Which one is the hardest? What is it made out of?
Which one is the softest? What is it made out of me?
Find another 5 objects and order them from rough to smooth. 
Lastly, find a final 5 and order them from bendy to rigid. 
Are there any other ways you could group these objects?

Cartoon Explorer — Stock Vector © kenbenner #11364013

 

Wednesday 13th May 2020
Maths – Subtraction, crossing 10. 
Click here to watch Lesson 3 on White Rose Maths. Use the video to help you learn some subtraction techniques. Next try the worksheet below!
Lesson 3 Subtraction – crossing 10 Worksheet

Learn Subtraction For Children | Maths For Kids, Kindergarten ...

Phonics – aw, ew
Click here
to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete the aw, ew challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

Challenge: How many of the words below can you read? Test yourself!

Word Sort: aw/ ew/ ow | Aw words, Phonics words

English – That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Browne. 
Listen to the story That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Browne by Cressida Cowell.

Discuss: What did Emily call her bunny?  Write down the name of her bunny and talk about how names need a capital letter. 
What are your toys called?
Can you have a go at writing your toy’s names down and labelling your toys with them?

eg. Sam the snake, Jerry the mouse, Simba the lion.

Re-watch the video at 0:40-1:03 and listen to and write down a description of the bear. Try to include the words and or but in your writing!
That Rabbit Belongs To Emily Brown: Amazon.co.uk: Cressida Cowell ...

 

Topic – Geography, All about maps!
Click here to go to Espresso and log in to your pupil account. Go to Key Stage 1 and select Geography from the side bar. Go to Maps and Mapping and click on activities on the left side of the page.  Select Where is Sal? Then, Where is Sal? Sentence Builder. Then Where is Sal? Scene builder. 

Challenge: Can you describe where some items in your house are?

For example: The clock is on top of the shelf. 

Cartoon Maps of Britain for child | Custom-Designed Illustrations ...

Thursday 14th May 2020
Maths – Compare Number Sentences.  
Click here to watch Lesson 4 on White Rose Maths. Use the video to help you complete the worksheet below. 
Lesson 4 Compare number sentences worksheet.
Number Sentence Clipart

Phonics – ue, ew
Click here to go to Espresso, then click Foundation, scroll down to Phonics and select Phase 5, Ash’s Phonics. Select ue, ew phonemes and have a go at the activities!


English – Your favorite toy!
Remind yourself of the story that you read yesterdayThat Rabbit Belongs to Emily Browne by Cressida Cowell.
Talk about your favorite toy, what is it? Why is it your favorite? What are it’s features?
Write a description of your favorite toy.

Simba has a golden mane and a fluffy tail.
He is old but still has sparkly eyes.

Make sure that you check capital letters and full stops as you are writing. 
Buy Lion King Roaring Simba Soft Toy | Teddy bears and soft toys ...

 

Topic – PSHE, Harold’s Daily Diary
Click here to go to the LIFE Education website to read Harold’s daily diary update. What has he been up to? Have a chat with a grown up at home about what you have read and think about the questions that Harold asks you. 

 

 

Friday 15th May 2020
Topic, PE – Joe Wicks
Why not start the day at 9.00am with Joe Wicks 30 minute PE session? Remember its fancy dress Friday!
Click here for the link to stream or do at a time that is convenient for you ?


Maths – Totals to 10 and 20. 
Click here to go to Espresso and log in with your pupil username and password. Click Key Stage 1 and then select the subject Maths. Select the top pick Addition and Subtraction and then go to activities. Select Darts – totals to 10. You must find 2 numbers that pair up to make 10.
If you are feeling super confident then try Darts – totals to 20!


Phonics – Fun Friday!
Click here to go to Phonics Play. Have a go at Buried Treasure, you can decide the phoneme that you want to do out of ir, ue, ow, ew, aw or ue. How many can you sort correctly? Take a note of your score!
Phase 2 phonics games and teaching ideasNext, try the Phase 5 picture activity – Label the objects in the picture correctly, using the phoneme that has been given. Check your answers using the mark scheme provided. 
Phonics Phase 5 Picture Activity

English – Continued. 
Watch one last time the story that we read yesterday – That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Browne by Cressida Cowell.
Can you remember what the Queen offered Emily in return for Stanley? Talk through the list using TIME words..

“First she offered a brand new teddy bear. Then she offered ten talking dolls that said ‘Mama mama.’ Next she offered fifty rocking horses that would rock for ever. Finally she offered all the toys that she could ever desire.”

What would you offer someone if you really wanted their toy? Write a list of what you would give. Use time words!

“First I would offer a shiny, new scooter. Then I would offer a giant TV that plays the best films.” 

Read through your writing, check it and make sure that you have included capital letters and full stops in the correct places. Use phonics to help you with your spellings. 

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Topic – D&T, Constructing your design. 

By now, you have designed your slide for a jelly baby and thought about ways to improve it. You have also researched existing slides and what makes them strong. Now it’s time to have a go at constructing your slide. Remember, it is for a jelly baby so think carefully about sizing! Use recycled materials so that we are considering the environment around us. 
How to make a paper playground slide (origami) - YouTube

STEM for Kids Building a Water Slide - Green Kid Crafts

 

 

Week 5 

Monday 4th May 2020
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 ?

Maths – Part whole relationships number bonds. 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 3 (w/c 4th May) Lesson 1. Watch the video and demonstrate your learning in your book!


Phonics – o_e phoneme!
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.
Go to Phonics Play and select buried treasure, o_e split digraph phoneme. 

English – My News!
What exciting things have you been up to over the weekend? I was you to tell me all about them in your Purple Book.

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 – Geography, create a map. 
You have used Google Maps to look around the area that you live in. Now, can you make your own map of a room in your house. This could be your bedroom, the living room or any other room you would like to do! Make a Key to help you easily recognise important parts of that room. I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

 

Tuesday 5th May 2020
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 ?

 

 

 

Maths – Fact Families, linking addition and subtraction. 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 3 (w/c 4th May) Lesson 2. Watch the video and have a go at the activity.
Following this go to PurpleMash, Maths and select 2Count. Have a go at counting the pictograms. Can you make your own addition and subtraction number sentences from what you can see? This activity is also available in your 2Do List

 

Phonics – o_e phoneme
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 o_e, split digraph . 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.

English
Do you remember the animal that you made your poster about on Friday? It might have been a cat, a gorilla or something else. Imagine that the animal from your poster was your very own pet for the day! Where would you take it? What kind of things would you get up to?
Go to PurpleMash and select English, Create a Story and write and illustrate your day with your new pet. This task has been set for you in your 2Do list.  

 

Topic – Natural and Man Made Objects
In your Purple book, take a double page and on one page write ‘Natural’ and on the other page write ‘Man-Made’. Fill each page with drawings of objects that fit into the correct category. How many of each can you find/come up with? Label your drawings clearly, use phonics to help with your writing. 

 

Wednesday 6th May 2020
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 ?

 

Maths – Add together and find a part!
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 3 (w/c 4th April) Lesson . Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.

 

Phonics
Click here to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete to o_e/u_e challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

English  – The Highway Rat by Julia Donaldson. 
Meet the greedy Highway Rat but beware! He is determined to steal from anyone who dares to cross his path on the highway! 
what do you already know about rats? Have you ever seen a rat or read a story about one? Write down some questions that you want to find out the answer to about rats. 
Click here to watch an interesting video all about rats.
Next, create a fact file all about rats. This can include drawing and fact boxes. Complete this in your purple book!

Topic, DT, Product Research
We have been designing slides and thinking of ways we can make them stronger. Can you research some existing slides? Maybe you have one in your garden or you can have a look at some images online. Draw your findings and label any interesting features of them. 

 

Thursday 7th May 2020
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 ?

Maths – Add more and count on!
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 3 (w/c 4th April) Lesson 4 . Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.

Phonics – ay and ou. 
Click here to head over to Purple Mash. Check your 2Do List and complete to ay and ou challenge! Can you place the correct phoneme in the word so that it makes a real word?

English – Character Profile!
Click here to watch and enjoy The Highway Rat being read aloud. 
Re-watch the first page being read out loud. Talk about what the Highway Rat looks like and how he behaves towards others. Draw a picture of him and write a short character profile, e.g.

He is a baddie and a beast.
He wears a cape.
He has a black hat and he carries a sharp silver sword.
His manners are rough and rude.
His teeth are sharp and yellow.

Try to include capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and the word
‘and’.

Topic – PSHE, Harolds Diary – Thinking of Others Thursday. 
What has Harold been up to? Click here to read Harold’s daily diary update for today!

 

Week 4

Monday 27th April 2020
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 ?

Maths – Find a half (2). 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 2 (w/c 207th April) Lesson 1. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.

Phonics – Home challenge!
Download the Phase 5 Home learning challenges and continue to work your way through the fun activities on the page. Complete 1 more challenge today. 
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 – Pet adventures!
This week is all about pets! Watch the trailer of the film Secret Life of Pets to talk about what pets do when their owners are at work. Copy and paste this link into the search bar – https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=i- 80SGWfEjM

Read and enjoy A Dog’s Day.
Copy and paste this link into the search bar –https://www.oxfordowl. co.uk/for-home/library-page/?query=A+Dog%2 7s+Day

(Note: This will require registration with Oxford Owl for Home). 

Do you have a pet? What do you think your pet gets up to when nobody is around? Write about what you think in your purple exercise book. If you don’t have a pet, don’t worry, you can retell the adventures of Pip. I can’t wait to see what you come up with! ?

 

Topic – Geography, Fieldwork
Go to GoogleMaps and search ‘Penwortham Primary School’. Can you find the school on the map? Click Satellite view to see an actual image of the school and the surroundings. 

What parts of the school can you see? Have a look at any other parts of your area that you might recognise such as the park or your house. 

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Maths – Find a quarter
Head to the White Rose Maths website and try week 2, lesson 4, find a quarter (1). Watch the information video and then have a go at the activity. 

Phonics – Home challenge!
Download the Phase 5 Home learning challenges and continue to work your way through the fun activities on the page. Complete 1 more challenge today. 
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 – Amazing animals
Watch and join in with the song ‘I Have a Pet’. 

https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=pWepfJ- 8XU0
Repeat the song, this time pausing and saying what noise each pet makes. Draw pictures of the pets and then write about each one. Write sentences in your purple book about the pets and the noise they make e.g.

I have a bird and it goes tweet.

I have a mouse and it goes squeak.

Make sure you use your phonics knowledge to help with your spelling!

Topic – Design Technology, super strong!
Last week you designed your slide for jelly baby. This week I want you to think about what different things you could use to hold your structure together and keep it strong. Make a list of these in your purple book! For example, glue. 

 

 

Wednesday 29th April 2020
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 ?

 

Maths – Find a quarter.
Go to the White Rose website and select Week 2, Lesson 3, Find a quarter (2). Watch the video and have a go at the activity. 
Practical idea: Can you find any bits and bobs around your house and have a go at sharing them into quarters? This could be done with sweets or fruit for example. 

Phonics – Home challenge!
Download the Phase 5 Home learning challenges and continue to work your way through the fun activities on the page. Complete 1 more challenge today. 
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 – The Perfect Pet!

Watch the story The Perfect Pet being read aloud:

https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=WDk7rdE9 -LY

Pause at 2:05 mins and talk about what they have just heard.

What does Henry want? Why? What does he like about dogs?

Watch for a second time up to the same point and then draw a dog. Label the dog using your phonics to help with spelling.

Describe what traits it needs and what it might look like.

Continue to watch the story being read aloud up to the end of Chapter One (2:56 mins) and make a prediction about what you think might happen next. Write your prediction in your purple book. Start your prediction with I think… Continue to watch the story The Perfect Pet being read aloud from (2:56 mins – 5:00 mins) Chapter two. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDk7rdE9-LY&t=125s.

Ask your child: “How is the duck feeling when he has no friends? What is he thinking of doing? What do you think will happen?’

Continue to watch Chapter three and enjoy the rest of the story!

 

Topic – Science, Everyday materials. 
Have a look around your house and garden and make a list of all the different types of material that you can find.This could include wood, plastic, glass, metal, water, rock, fabric, paper and cardboard.

List your findings in your purple book!

 

Thursday 30th April 2020
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 ?

 

Maths – Problem Solving.
Go to the White Rose website and select Week 2, Lesson 4, Problem solving. Watch the video and have a go at the activity. 

Phonics – Home challenge!
Download the Phase 5 Home learning challenges and continue to work your way through the fun activities on the page. Complete the final challenge today!
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 – Pretty posters!
Watch videos on these different animals:
cats: https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=jPf0X0Qcl XE

Penguins:
https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=zIo1giiTXC s

Gorillas:
https://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=ieS2DsrDh 18

Choose one of these animals and make a fun and interesting poster all about them! Make sure all your capital letters and full stops are still included in your writing. You might want to include a ‘Did you know?’ box with an interesting fact in too!

 

Friday 1st May 2020
Topic, PE – Joe Wicks
Why not start the day at 9.00am with Joe Wicks 30 minute PE session? Remember its fancy dress Friday!
Click here for the link to stream or do at a time that is convenient for you ?


Maths – Friday Maths Challenge
Click here to go to the White Rose website, Week 2 and look at the Friday Maths challenge, questions 1 and 2. How do you find them?

 

English – How do you look after your pet?
Watch How to Take Care of a Pet –  Click here.
Write a set of instructions explaining how to look after a pet. You should number each instruction and should include a list of things that you will need. You can make them even better by adding drawings and colour to your instructions

 

Topic – Handwriting
Show me your beautiful handwriting. Decide what your favorite nursery rhyme is and write it out in your purple book. Remember how all the letters should sit on the lines. Email me what you have done to show me how you are getting on. 

Click here for some ideas for nursery rhymes!

Week 3

Monday  
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 ?

 

Maths – Make doubles. 
Click here to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 1 (w/c 20th April) Lesson 1. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.

Click here to have a go at some more doubling! Can you put the correct amount of dots on the ladybirds back?


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.

Next, go to Phase 5a and select the Cheeky Chimps activity. Select the ‘a’ sound and see if you can sort the words into the correct pronunciation.

English – My News
What have you been up to over Easter? I am so excited to hear all about what you have been getting up to. Tell me all about it in your purple exercise book. Illustrate your work once you have finished. Remember I am looking for all of our important writing features:

 

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

Topic – Scavenger Hunt
Our new topic for this half term is The Great Outdoors. I am challenging you to go into the outdoors near you, this could be your garden or the local park. Can you tick off any of the items on this list as you go along? See if you can find all of the items! Let me know if you find any extra, exciting ones!

Click here to open the Scavenger Hunt

 

Tuesday
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 ?

Maths – Make equal groups (grouping).  
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 1 (w/c 20th April) Lesson 2. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.
Check your work using the mark scheme provided. 


Phonics – Alternative ‘ai’ spellings. 

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.

alternative ai spellings’ – click here to open up a worksheet on alternative ai spellings. Can you fill in all the missing words?


English – We’re going on a bear hunt!

Click here and watch an animation of the story We’re Going On a Bear Hunt by Micheal Rosen and Helen Oxenbury.
Now, pretend that you are going on a Bear Hunt. In your purple exercise book make a list of things that you would pack in a rucksack that you think you might need. 

For example, I would pack:
– Wellington boots for the mud. 
– Jam sandwich to give me energy. 
– A scarf to keep me warm. 

What would you take?

 

Topic – Design Technology, Design a slide!

In your purple exercise books, can you design a slide from recycled material? This slide is for Mr Jelly Baby so remember he is quite small! Think about how big it should be and what materials would be good to use to make it. 
Don’t worry if you feel like your design needs more work – this is just a first draft! I can’t wait to see what you come up with ?

 

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 ?

 

Maths – Make equal groups (sharing).  
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 1 (w/c 20th April) Lesson 3. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.
Check your work using the mark scheme provided. 

 

English – A big bear?
Now you have read We’re Going On a Bear Hunt and made a list of items that you need to take with you on your own hunt, I want you to describe the bear that you are looking for. Can you write some sentences that tell the reader what they would see.

The big bear has thick brown fur all over it’s body.

When you have finished, illustrate your writing!

 

Geography – Where is that?
An address is something that you need to make sure you write out carefully on an envelope before sending a letter. It makes sure that the letter gets to the correct place!
Can you find out the address of the school and write it out in your purple exercise book?
After that, can you find out 2 more addresses and write those out?They could be your own address, a friends or a family members. 

 

Thursday
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 ?

 

Maths – Find a half.  
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 1 (w/c 20th April) Lesson 4. Watch the video and then have a go at the activity questions.
Check your work using the mark scheme provided. 

Practical idea: Why not have a go at sharing items around your home in half? These could be sweets, raisins or even counters! Send me any photographs of what you get up to.


Phonics – Home challenge!
Download the Phase 5 Home learning challenges and begin to work your way through the fun activities on the page. Start with just the first challenge today, as this will be continued over the coming week!
 Have fun!

English – Story Mapping!
Download the Bear hunt story mapworkheet. Can you fill in the order that the events happen in the story correctly? Illustrate each part of the story or alternatively print, cut out and stick in the pictures that are provided for you!
If you need reminding of what happens in the story, click here to watch the animation of it on YouTube. 

 Science – Natural items. 
Go into your garden or a local outdoor area. Can you find 4 items? Think about what they look like, how they feel and what they are made out of. Next, decide if the item is a natural item or if it has been put there by somebody. How can you tell?
Draw the items in your purple exercise book and include some of your thoughts. I wonder what you will find?

 

Friday
Topic, PE – Joe Wicks
Why not start the day at 9.00am with Joe Wicks 30 minute PE session? Remember today is Fancy Dress Friday!!
Click here for the link to stream or do at a time that is convenient for you ?

 

Maths – Friday Maths Challenge!
Click here
to go to the White Rose website and look at Summer Term, Week 1 (w/c 20th April) and complete the Friday Mats Challenge! Let’s see how you do!

Practical idea: Why not have a go at sharing items around your home in half? These could be sweets, raisins or even counters! Send me any photographs of what you get up to.

 

Phonics – Home challenge!
Download the Phase 5 Home learning challenges and continue to work your way through the fun activities on the page. Complete 1 more challenge today, as this will be continued over the coming week!
Have fun!

It has been brought to my attention that the link to download the Bear Hunt Story Map was not working yesterday, I apologise for this and have made sure it is up and running for today! I have therefore re-set yesterdays English task for today. 

English – Story Mapping!
Download the We’re Going On a Bear Hunt Story Map Workheet. Can you fill in the order that the events happen in the story correctly? Illustrate each part of the story or alternatively print, cut out and stick in the pictures that are provided for you!
If you need reminding of what happens in the story, click here to watch the animation of it on YouTube. 

Topic – Geography
Head over to PurpleMash and complete the Bear Hunt map task set for you in your 2Do List. Alternatively type ‘bear hunt’ into the search bar and select the first activity that comes up. 
When you have finished, you can play on the Bear Hunt Paint Project (I have set this in your 2Do List). I hope you have fun being creative!

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 ?

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. ?
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 ?

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. ?

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 ?

 

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.