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Year 1

Please note: all file sharing will now take place on Microsoft Teams. Resources can be accessed on your child's Remote Learning Team, under 'Files'. Daily resources are stored in folders, clearly labelled with the month, date and day. Remote Learning overview grids will continue to be shared on the school website; please note that these grids contain clickable links which will take you directly to each supporting resource. It is advised that you log into all relevant platforms in advance of clicking the links, for example Microsoft Teams and CS Kids.

Friday 26th February 2021

Interactive Session: Today’s interactive session will be a quick review of the week, and some maths. Please have a pencil and paper handy. Here are this week’s spellings to learn at home over the week.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

Today’s Morning Greeting!

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Counting in 5s

 

Starter:

I’ve shared this one before: one of the catchiest songs I know is great for helping us to learn to count in 5s!

 

Input

Watch Katie explain in today’s video how to count in 5s.  You may want to make some paint hand prints to help you!

 

Interactive Activity

To consolidate your counting in 5s skills, have a go at today’s interactive activity.

 

Bonus Challenge

Use this interactive 100 square to count in 5s all the way to 100! Change the colour of the numbers squares you count as you go (5,10,15 etc). Can you see the pattern?

Then, can you write a rule that tells us which numbers we will say when we count in 5s from zero?

 

1 hour

 

I’ll be able to see your completed work on CSK.

 

English

 

Brian Bear’s Picnic: Capital Letters

 

Handwriting:  b h

Two more letters from the ‘one-armed robot’ handwriting family to try. As you’ll see the formation is very similar.  Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

 

Starter – matching game

Wow – you are definitely experts in when to use capital letters! But, can you match the lowercase with the capital (uppercase) letters? Warm up by playing this game, and paint that rainbow!

 

Input

Open the PowerPoint for the introduction to today’s work, and watch the video to see how to use Padlet. We will be using adjectives to make sentences. Remember you can borrow each other’s’ ideas to come up with something fantastic!

 

The link to this Padlet is:

https://padlet.com/joshlynn/mqir6ael0i1prefc

 

45 mins - 1 hour

 

 

I can’t wait to see your ideas on Padlet!

Reading

 

Reading Challenge: Sequencing and Retelling

 

This week you sequenced the events in Brian Bear’s Picnic and retold some of it in your own words. Follow today’s link from BBC Bitesize. Watch the videos and work through the activities to see if you can do these things for Funnybones by Janet and Alan Ahlberg. You may need to ask a grown-up to help you to read the extracts.

 

 

30-45 minutes

 

 

Show you know both when we are back in school.

 

Topic

 

Music

 

The Leeds Music Education Partnership are putting out another ‘live’ lesson at 1:30pm. It is a traditional South American song

 

The videos are available from 1.30pm:

 

Classical music from Instrumental soloist Eric Clark -  https://youtu.be/UMvFC2AnajA

Q and A session with Eric - https://youtu.be/kCKxwRHo1BQ

 

Baté baté – Learn the South American song and rhythms - https://youtu.be/PV9CczfZdGI

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

It’d be nice to hear if you enjoyed the activity.

Reading Time

For a nice, gentle end to the week, listen to Owl Babies by Martin Waddell.

February Family Fun

 

Create place cards for each of your family members and help to set the table for your dinner.

 

 

Collective Worship

Achievement Assembly

Today, I’ve put together a little showcase of some of the super remote learning work you’ve sent me this week. Well done everybody!

 

Thursday 25th February 2021

Interactive Session: Today’s interactive session will be English. Can you try to complete your English work, and be ready to tell us about what you’ve done.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

Today’s Morning Greeting!

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Counting in 2s

 

Starter:

Join in with this song to help you to learn to count in 2s. This one goes above 20! 0,2,6,8….can you see how the pattern of the ones digit continues even with greater numbers?

 

Questions

After completing yesterday’s practical activity, have a go at today’s worksheet.

 

Bonus Challenge

This is a really challenging one. Go a little deeper with today’s Maths Challenge if you wish to . It will really help if you can represent the pairs from the problem using objects at home.

 

 

1 hour

 

Please send a picture of your work.

 

English

 

Brian Bear’s Picnic: Capital Letters

 

Watch the video on this BBC Bitesize page to remind you when to use capital letters.

 

Then watch the video to help the poor bears out with their capital letters. Your task has two parts:

 

1) Helping the bears with their postcard. Either print and correct the postcard, or pause and find their mistakes when you watch the video.

2) ‘Do it your way’ – pick a way to show your understanding of when to use capital letters than suits you.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send your ‘Do it your way’ work in to me, in whichever way you did it!

Reading

 

Phonics: o alternative pronunciation

 

Watch today’s video to explore different ways that ‘o’ can be pronounced. Watch part 1 of the video for an introduction, then play Acorn Adventures on Phonicsplay to see if you’ve mastered it.

 

Your task: home hunt

Watch part 2 of the video to see Mr Lynn try to hunt in Miss Wood’s classroom for ‘o’. Then, hunt around your house for any writing you can find. Look high and low: cereal packets, calendars, toothpaste, anywhere where there’s writing! Can you find any examples of each way to pronounce ‘o’?

 

 

 

15- 30 minutes

 

 

Show you know both when we are back in school.

 

Topic

 

Art: Summer by Guiseppe Arcimboldo

 

Follow the PowerPoint to look at this very unusual piece of art by Arcimboldo. Compare his different works, and consider how they make you feel, and whether you like his style of paintings.

 

Your task: to make an Arcimboldo style face.

You could:

  • Use fruit and vegetables you have at home to make a face.
  • Use the attached resource pack of fruit and vegetable images to make your face.
  • Draw or paint a face using made of fruit and vegetables.

You can follow this link to try the crafts in today’s Messy Church!

 

 

45 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

Please send a photo of your Arcimboldo face.

 

Reading Time

 

Let’s listen to the rest of Dinosaur World Records, which we looked at in yesterday’s Guided Reading session. I do find some of those dinosaur names a little challenging!

February Family Fun

 

Start a scrapbook. Include things that you are grateful for or things that make you happy.

 

Collective Worship

 

Today’s Collective Worship on Jesus’ Baptism – Sharing with Humanity will be led by Mr Roycroft.  

It goes live at 2.45pm. Parents have been emailed the secure link. 

 

 

Wednesday 24th February 2021

 

Interactive Session: Today’s interactive session will be Guided Reading. You do not need to bring anything except your listening ears!

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

Today’s Morning Greeting!

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Counting in 2s

 

Starter: Range Arranger

Let’s enjoy another fun number ordering game. Set the smallest number as 0 and largest as 50. Or, you can go higher if you wish! We really enjoy this game on the whiteboard at school.

 

Input: Practical

Watch today’s video with Mr Lynn. Join in with making your own numberline using pairs of something you have at home: it might be socks, clothes pegs, lego or something else. Can you label them in pairs to make your own number line, as shown in the video? Then complete the missing number activities as shown.

 

Bonus Challenge

Can you spot a pattern when we count in 2s? Look carefully at the ones digit. Using this, see how high can you count in 2s? Can you count all the way back to zero as well?

 

 

45 mins - 1 hour

 

Please send a picture of your magnificent number lines!

 

English

 

Brian Bear’s Picnic: Story Sequencing

 

Handwriting Starter: n m

Today’s I’ve gone for two letters, if you mastered the ‘r’ yesterday, as you see from the PowerPoints, just continue with the same action for each letter.

 It looks a bit strange on its own, so watch the pencil closely on the PowerPoint before you try.  Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

 

Story Sequencing

Use the story map sheet to sequence Curtis, Bertha and Gertie’s trip to the picnic. Have a go at retelling the main events in the story out loud. Choose one of the boxes in the story map and write what happens in that part of the story in your own words. If you can’t print, you could draw your own map using the pictures.

 

Write the blurb

Fold a different sheet of paper in half. Draw a front cover for the Brian Bear’s Picnic story. Then write a blurb to go on the back cover. Remember, a blurb gives a short description of the story. Can you summarise what happens in a couple of sentences?

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send a picture of your work.

Reading

 

Phonics: i alternative pronunciation

 

Today we are moving on to a different area of phonics, as I explain in the video. If you are not secure with any sounds we’ve already learned, please do keep practising them, such as through playing blending games on Phonicsplay.

 

Your task

Play ‘Cheeky Chimps’ on Phonicsplay. Choose ‘i’ and feed the correct bananas to the monkeys!

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

Just show you are reading super stars when we are back in class!

 

Topic

 

PE

 

Use today’s video from Oak National Academy to learn the five basic balances: star, tuck, pike, straddle and straight.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send photos of your own ways of demonstrating the balances.

 

Reading Time

 

Today’s story is the end of Dogger by Shirley Hughes. I do hope Dave gets Dogger back.

February Family Fun

 

Make your own quiz so you can hold your own Family Quiz Night.

 

Collective Worship

 

Today’s Collective Worship is On The Sofa with Mrs Nicholson.

 

 

Tuesday 23rd February 2021

Interactive Session: Today’s interactive session will look at ordering numbers. Having a pencil and paper is always handy!

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

Today’s Morning Greeting!

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Order numbers within 50.

 

Starter: Caterpillar Ordering

To warm-up for ordering numbers to 50, chose ‘ordering’ and ‘1 to 20’ on today’s game.

 

Input

Watch today’s video tutorial with Katie. Pay close attention to how she looks at the tens first, and then the ones. When she just uses numbers, you may want to use something at home to represent the tens and ones, like before.

 

Questions – Interactive Activity

Today, please complete the interactive activity on Classroom Secrets Kids to practise your ordering skills. We will look at further examples in our Interactive Session today.

 

Bonus Challenge

Today’s Maths Challenge again has more than one answer that could be correct. Make sure you work out what the values in the top statement are first, then you can check each potential answer to see if they could be right.

 

 

1 hour

 

I’ll be able to see your work on CSK, and we will discuss ordering numbers in our afternoon session.

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

Brian Bear’s Picnic: Quiz Time!

 

Handwriting Starter: r

Today’s letter to practise is r. It looks a bit strange on its own, so watch the pencil closely on the PowerPoint before you try.  Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

 

Input

Follow the videos on the PowerPoint to hear how the story ended, and some of your great ideas, then an introduction to today’s activity. Use your retrieval skills to ‘lasso’ the answers to today’s quiz! Here is a link to a text copy of the story.

Bonus Challenge

Could you write your own question about the story?

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send a picture of your work.

Reading

 

Phonics: Split Digraphs

 

Watch today’s video. Today we look at all of the split digraphs at once.

 

Reading Game

You can then play a game where you use a magic wand to add the ‘magic e’ to different words, to change what they say.

 

Writing

Play I spy… can you spot image for each of the split digraphs? You could push yourself to find many more I’m sure!

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You could send a picture of you playing the magic wand game, and your I spy work.

 

Topic

 

Spanish – Our Faces

 

This week Mrs Gillard will be introducing you to Snr. Patata, to help you to learn about the names of parts of your face! Click here for the PDF.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send over a picture of your work.

Reading Time

 

Today’s story is the first half of a modern classic: Dogger by Shirley Hughes.

February Family Fun

 

Create an obstacle course and take it in turns to complete it. Time yourselves to see who can complete the course the fastest!

 

Collective Worship

 

Today’s Collective Worship on the Rhythm of Life Journey will be led by Mrs Sanderson. It goes live at 2.45pm. Parents have been emailed the secure link.

 

Monday 22nd February 2021

 

Check-in: Today’s check in will be phonics based. We’ll also see how you found this morning’s work. Sessions now have a longer slot, and some groups have changed. Please check on Teams what time your check-in is.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

Today’s Morning Greeting!

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Compare numbers within 50.

Before half-term, you compared representations of numbers within 50: using base-10, beadstrings, tens frames etc. Today you are using precisely the same skill, but looking at numbers instead.

 

Starter: Counting Down from 100!

We need to keep practising counting as well. Today let’s start the half-term with a big one: counting down from 100! The hardest bits are going across tens boundaries, such as 80 to 79. Can you get them all right?

 

Input

Work through today’s lesson slides: focus on the language we use to describe more and less. ‘Fewer’ and ‘fewest’ can sometimes catch us out!

 

Questions

I’ve recorded a  video explaining a couple of the style of questions you’ll encounter. Then, please try today’s worksheet. There’s also an optional game included: as you can see, playing Top Trumps helps you with maths!

 

Bonus Challenge

To stretch yourself a bit further, you can try the Maths Challenge. Part of today’s video also introduces this challenge.

 

 

1 hour

 

Please send your answers over on Teams today.

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

Brian Bear’s Picnic: Sharing an opinion

 

Hear most of our new text in today’s videos, then follow the instructions on there.

Use the template for your decision wheel, or work straight onto paper. It’ll be really interesting to read what you think!

 

Bonus Challenge

Could you draw and label the food that the bears gave away. Can you use ambitious adjectives to describe the food.

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send a picture of your work to me today.

Reading

 

Phonics: u_e huge brute

 

Starter:

We’ve now learned all the split digraph sounds. This catchy video is a useful recap of how each sound is changed when the ‘magic e’ appears. A great challenge for it is to shout out the new word with the split digraph before it’s said in the song: you’d need to be very fast!

 

Focus sound: u_e

Mr Lynn introduced this sound before half-term. Can you remember both ways you might say the sound? Watch Mr Thorne to see if you remembered correctly, then use our reading routine to read the words in the video.

 

Reading

Last time you spelled words by jumping between letters at home! This time use Picnic on Pluto, which is a bit less energetic!

 

Writing

Choose one of these images to write a sentence about. See how many words containing the u_e sound you can fit into it.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

Please send me a picture of your sentence work.

 

Topic

 

RE: Can I identify what a parable is?

 

Read through today’s PowerPoint, and listen to Mrs Nicholson read the parable of The Lost Son.

 

Your Task

Your task is to make a hidden meaning box, as explained in the PowerPoint. You can use this cube  template, or re-use any spare box you have at home, such as a shoe box. This is a task is for this week, and next week’s RE lesson.

 

 

 

30-45 mins

 

 

 

 

 

Please send over pictures of  your hidden meaning boxes when you’ve finished.

Reading Time

 

Today’s story is There’s a Chicken in my Bookbag! It imagines a school with no teachers. Can you think what that might be like?

February Family Fun

 

Mindfulness colouring - Complete a ‘Drawing with Rob’ on YouTube or create your own drawing to colour in. 

 

Collective Worship

 

Today is with Mrs Sanderson at 2.45pm. A link has been emailed to parents.

 

 

Wednesday 10th February 2021

Check-in: Today’s check in will be a showcase of your writing work. We’ll look at some of the writing work you’ve all done during Remote Learning. If you’ve got a piece you are really proud of, you can bring it as well.

 

Zoom Barwick School Collective Worship 10th Feb, 9.30am

Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82682608346?pwd=WlAzYlUzMzhFQXkwNDRCTDRQMVNqUT09

Meeting ID: 826 8260 8346    Passcode: 030983

Whether at home or in school all are welcome to our Zoom Collective Worship and Bob’s last service. We are going on an adventure to rescue Lady Unicorn from the forbidden castle. Choose your character and use your special gifts to fulfil the quest. You may meet some interesting characters along the way who can help you. A pen and paper might be useful to have.

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Compare objects within 50.

Once again, this area should be familiar to you, but we are now working with greater numbers. It’s time for the greedy alligators again!

We revisit the same areas after a short period of time to help you to really get secure and confident in your learning.

Starter:

Let’s give our number bond brains a workout. Let’s play Number Lines Addition again. Set your ‘target number’ as 10 or 20 depending on which number bonds you are working on. If you even find 20 easy, try choosing different numbers within 20: that’s quite a challenge!

Input

Watch today’s video tutorial with Katie. It will help to make or use some practical resources to represent 10s and 1s, like you have previously.

Reasoning Activity

To practise this skill, have a go at this reasoning activity. Aim to ‘be the teacher’ and explain out loud why you think you are right. If can help to use the words ‘I think____ because____’ to help you to explain what you mean. For each question, it’s useful to count what each representation is worth as a first step. ‘Count them’ as we all chant in class!

Game – for two players

Use the attached sheet. If you can, please print them, cut them out and place them face down. Each player picks a card. Decide who has got the greater number, and say this out loud. for example: ‘The straws are worth 36, which is greater than the base 10, which is worth 24. The person with the greater number wins. Record each comparison sentence on the score sheet.

 

If you are unable to print, you could each pick one on your screen, and say your comparison sentence out loud.  Good luck!

 

 

1 hour

I’ll be able to see your answers on CSK.

 

 

 

 

 

English

Fact File about you

 

Watch the video to find out about how to complete your Fact File. I look forward to seeing them.

I’ve been really impressed with the hard work you’ve all been putting into your writing this half-term. For today’s work, it is up to you how you present your work, and how much you put into your Fact File. It could be written in the same way as your previous one, using a template. Or, it could be a colourful poster, or maybe a sub-heading with a drawing and caption underneath.

 

I’ve attached a copy of the toolkit to remind you what to focus on.

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send over a photo of your Fact Files on Teams.

Reading

Reading: Book Scavenger Hunt

 

Because we enjoyed our number scavenger hunt so much, today, as part of National Storytelling Week, it’s time for a Book Scavenger Hunt.

 

How many of these can you find in books or other reading materials you have at home? It’s always great to look through the books you already have. Sometimes you remember old favourites you’d forgotten about. Maybe you’ll rediscover one to read in your reading den?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You could send a photo of one you were really pleased to find!

 

Topic

 

Science: Carnivores, Omnivores and Herbivores

Work through the PowerPoint to find out about how we group animals by their diet, and meet some animals from Mr Lynn’s family farm.

 

Your task

Use the sheet, or make your own, to sort the animals from your animal hunt into carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

Please send over your completed work.

Reading Time

 

Today’s book is a special one to me: The Chimpanzees of Happytown by Giles Andreae. I hope you enjoy it.

February Family Fun

 

At Tea Time, play ‘Pass the Story’. Take it in turns to say a word or sentence to create your silly story!  

 

Tuesday 8th February 2021

Check-in: it’s bring your pet to Virtual School day! You can send a photo in to photos@barwick-in-elmet.leeds.sch.uk, or show them off in check-in. You could bring a favourite teddy if you don’t have a pet to show!

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

One more one less (within 50)

We’ve found one more/ one less twice already this year, so hopefully you’ll find it ok applying the same understanding to larger numbers.

 

Starter:

Play Place Value Basketball!

 

Input 

Follow today’s CSK Lesson Slides about this area. The hardest part can be finding one less than 20,30,40,50. Listen carefully to the explanations on those slides.

 

Questions

Complete today’s questions in the resources folder. Remember, one more is the ‘number after’, one less is the ‘number before’. Use your skills of counting forwards and backwards to help you if you ever get stuck.

 

Extra Challenge

Try today’s maths challenge. Once again, it’s a ‘finding all the possibilities’ question. Use the hundred square to rehearse finding one less, and one less again with some of the potential answers. Can you work out a rule as to which ones it could be? Think about the ‘ones’ digit.

 

 

1 hour

 

Please send a picture of your work on chat in Teams.

 

 

 

 

 

English

Fact Files

 

I’ve been so impressed by all the hard work that has gone into your Emperor Penguin fact-files: I’ve received some really super work. I know what effort goes into making your work your very best, so well done!

 

Over the past week you’ve learned a blue whale fact-file, and then innovated (changed) it to make one about Emperor Penguins. Your task over the next two days will by to create your own. Watch today’s video to find out what you’ll be making a fact-file about!

 

After watching, you can download a planning sheet, or plan straight onto paper at home.

 

 

45 mins

 

 

Please send over a photo of your planning work

Reading

 

u_e ‘huge brute’

 

This is the final split digraph! I’m sure you know the pattern already. Watch the presentation to learn about today’s sound. The presentation is in three parts on the PowerPoint.

 

Your task

Print the jumping game a4 sheets, or write your own using the same letters. Then, spread them on the floor in front of you. If weather allows, you could instead write the letters in chalk outside.  Jump safely between the letters to spell these words. Ask an adult to read them to you out loud:

cute, fume, flute, tube, cube.

Can you spell any more using the letters?

 

Additional resources -  you could also:

Complete a u_e wordsearch

Hunt the u_e sound in this postcard. How many can you find?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You’ll show you are a split digraph expert when we are back in school.

 

Topic

On The Sofa

Here is a link for Mrs Nicholson’s Collective Worship ‘On The Sofa’ for you to enjoy: https://tinyurl.com/2cauykmn

 

RE:  How do Muslims show they belong by what they do when they pray?

 

Read through the PowerPoint, discuss the questions and watch the video.

 

Your task is to choose one of the pictures in the attached activity document, and using what you’ve found out, write about what you can see is happening in the picture.

 

 

15 mins

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please send a photo of your completed work.

Reading Time

 

Today’s story is the wonderful How To Catch A Star by Oliver Jeffers.

February Family Fun

 

Build a Reading Den together either inside or outside.  

Find some time today to share a story together inside your Den.  

 

 

Monday 8th February 2021

Check-in: As part of story-telling week, please today be ready to share who your favourite story character is and why. Don’t worry if this is from a book you’ve already shown.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Represent numbers to 50

 

Starter:

Rehearse the counting in 10s song again as you blast into space.

 

Input

Follow today’s CSK Lesson Slides about this area. Remember to click to hear the explanations on each slide. This step is really for consolidating your learning from the previous step: seeing how numbers can be represented in different ways, and knowing how many 10s and 1s are in a two-digit number.

 

Interactive Activity

Play this game to practise what you found out in the lesson slides.

 

Maths Challenge

I really like today’s challenge: it gets you thinking!

It would be using some objects at home like you did before to represent tens and ones, to explore the possible answers.

 

 

1 hour

 

Please send a picture of your work on chat in Teams.

 

 

 

 

 

English

Fact-files: Emperor Penguins

 

Today’s English time is for you to take the time to complete and send me your emperor penguin fact-files. Remember to read through your work out loud to check it.

 

Extension (Should you finish your work early, and have spare time).

Now you are penguin experts, imagine you are one! You might be the male, the female, or the baby from The Emperor’s Egg book. You could listen to it again by clicking here.

Amazingly, a penguin genie visits you! What three wishes would you make? Can you show off what you know about emperor penguins through your wishes, and use the conjunction ‘because’?

 

 

1 hour

 

 

When you’ve finished your fact-files, send a photo over Teams.

 

Reading

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

 

o_e phone home

 

Recap:

Play ‘Flashcards Speed Trial’  on Phonicsplay. Choose ‘Phase 3 and 5a’. That’s a lot of sounds, how quickly can you read all of these correctly?

 

Focus sound: o_e

You’ve heard Mr Lynn introduce this sound on Friday with Maxwell, who was not feeling too helpful! To remind us, let’s watch Mr Thorne tell us about it today.

 

Reading and writing

Play the o_e sounds PowerPoint, and use our reading routine to read the words.  The last slide has a video from Mr Lynn, where you can unscramble some sentences, and try a super challenge of writing a really long sentence!

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

Please send your unscrambled sentences on Teams.

 

Topic

 

Spanish

 

Click here for a Valentine’s Day themed Spanish session, featuring Mrs Gillard. I think you’re really going to like this one!

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

If you make a ‘corazon’, I would love to see a picture of it.

Reading Time

 

Today you can listen to a favourite of many in our class: Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort.

February Family Fun

 

Spend time this week creating a story stone.  

This could be your favourite story or a character from your favourite book. 

 

 

Friday 5th February 2021

 

Check-in: It’s Number Day! Can you come dressed in something with a number on? Let’s see how you got on with the scavenger hunt!

Spellings: I’ve attached this week’s spellings to learn at home over next week as normal. I won’t do a spelling check next week, but please do take time across the week to learn them

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Number Day!

We have been learning about two-digit numbers in our lessons, so your task is to go on a Number Scavenger Hunt, outside if possible!

Can you find these numbers?

  • Your age as a number.
  • The age of a grown-up you live with.
  • A two-digit number where both number are the same.
  • The number of children in our class (30).
  • A number written as a word.
  • The largest number you can (if may be greater than a two-digit number).
  • A number on a vehicle. Make sure you stay safe.
  • Your favourite number.

 

There’s a checklist attached, or even better, you could take photos of the numbers you find!

 

1 hour

 

If you could, you could send pictures of your number scavenger hunt!

 

 

 

 

 

English

Fact-files: Emperor Penguins

 

Your Task

Rehearse

Today, use your brilliant text maps to rehearse saying your emperor penguin fact-file out loud. Use your actions to help you. When you are confident, you can start to write it.

 

Writing

Today’s task involves a bit more writing than normal, and I’d like you to really take care with it, so I’m going to give you the time for today’s lesson and Monday’s to do a great job. If writing the whole fact-file is too much for you, just do as much as you can.  I can’t wait to read what you came up with!

 

For each sentence, use your text map to say each sentence out loud before you write it. Have a go at sounding out each work carefully, and try hard to remember punctuation.

 

I’ve attached a template with a few different versions, or you can write yours straight onto paper. On the templates, there’s space for you to draw an emperor penguin, which will finish off your fact files nicely.

 

 

1 hour

 

 

When you’ve finished your fact-files on Monday, please send a photo over Teams.

Reading

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o_e phone home

Watch today’s video about our latest split digraph. Today magic e is a bit of a lazy e, and super speedy sounds are rather active!

 

Your Task:

As shown in the video, have a go at Phonics Boggle! How many words with the o_e sound can you find?

 

Further activities - optional

If you wish to, you could:

Find and write the o_e words you can see in the picture.

Play o_e roll and read with somebody at home.

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

Can you send me your boggle score?

 

Topic

Music this afternoon

 

Hi everybody,

 

I’ve just had an email through that there’s been a change to the music for this afternoon. Please use the below links instead. They will work from 1.30pm today:

 

The Little Big band - https://youtu.be/RFWvnpZ0hRo 

 

Chair drumming 1- https://youtu.be/dKDVwc-iTBg

Chair drumming 2- https://youtu.be/yNJx556SV7w  

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

It’d be nice to hear if you enjoyed the activity.

Reading Time

Today we will hear the final book about the Large family: Mr Large in Charge. I hope you’ve enjoyed this set of stories.

February Family Fun

Make an animal snack together.  Use Google Images for inspiration!

My absolute favourite is the ‘Banana Dolphin’!

 

Thursday 4th February 2021

Check-in: Today we will be celebrating the life of Captain Sir Tom Moore. He raised millions of pounds for the NHS. What an achievement! Can you share your biggest achievements during our check-in? You may have medals, certificates or photos that you may wish to show your friends

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Tens and Ones: Part Whole model

 

Starter: counting in 10s

Enjoy this counting in 10s song to help you to learn how to count in 10s.

 

Input

Play yesterday’s Shark Numbers game again as  a warm up for today’s learning. Watch the video tutorial on CSK, to see how to ‘partition’ (split) a two-digit number, using a part whole model.

 

Questions

Complete today’s questions in the resources folder. There’s a ‘pick a pair’ game to play for the discussion problem today’s as well.

 

 

1 hour

 

Please share your answers with me using Teams.

 

 

 

 

 

English

Fact-files: Emperor Penguins!

 

Handwriting Starter: s

Today’s letter to practise is s. This one is tricky, but you can do it!  Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

 

Input

Thank you for your excellent sentences. I was really impressed with how well you learned the text map, and could use it to write. Today we are going to ‘innovate’ – we will keep the same basic text map structure, but change the subject. It’ll not be about whales any longer, but instead it’ll be about emperor penguins.

 

 

Your task

Use the attached text map – fill in the blanks with new information to make an emperor penguins text map!

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send a photo of your text maps using Teams.

Reading

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i_e Nice smile

 

Recap:

Play ‘Flashcards Time Challenge’ on Phonicsplay. Chose ‘Phase 3 and 5a’. How many of these sounds can you read in a minute. As usual, make a note of any you do not know, and play a blending game on Phonicsplay to practise one of them.

New sound: i_e

You’ve heard Mr Lynn introduce this sound yesterday.

Let’s see Geraldine finding out about it, to consolidate our learning.

Before watching the next clip, please write down as many different ways to write the i_e sound as you can think of. See if you got them all by watching this alphablocks clip!

Reading

Play ‘Dragons Den’ > Phase 5 > i_e to practise blending words with the i_e sound in. Can you use our reading routine?

Writing

Can you write down what these images are of?

Can you make up any sentences using those words?

Further activities - optional

If you wish to, you could:

Print and play i_e dominoes

Complete i_e real/ nonsense colouring

 

 

30 minutes

 

You could send your written work over Teams.

 

Topic

Collective Worship

Here is a link for Mrs Nicholson’s Collective Worship ‘On The Sofa’ for you to enjoy: https://tinyurl.com/10q9bsgq

 

RE:  How do some Muslims show that they belong by what they wear?

Read through the PowerPoint, discussing the images, and the questions about the video.

 

 

15 mins

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

We will find out more about this religion in RE next week.

Reading Time

 

Today’s book will help with your work in English. It’s another favourite of mine,  The Emperor’s Egg by Martin Jenkins

February Family Fun

 

Set yourself a challenge of doing something 100 times to raise awareness of something you care about. This could be through an exercise like Captain Sir Tom, drawing, completing an activity for 100 minutes. Can you take photos, write about your challenge and send it to us.

 

Wednesday 3rd February 2021

Check-in: Today we’ll have a Maths check-in, to see how you found today’s work.

smileyClick here for today's Messy Church link!smiley

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Tens and Ones

Today we will think a little more about the value of each digit in a two-digit numbers.

 

Input

Watch a video input from Mr Lynn about the value of two-digit numbers.

 

Practical work:

Then, can you represent 10s and ones to make a two-digit number, as shown in the video? You could use some of these sheets, or make your own. You’ll need to count in tens, and then in ones to check your answers. You could use anything at home to represent your tens and ones, such as pencils and rubbers, or play-doh ‘worms and blobs’.

 

Questions

Complete today’s questions in the resources folder.

 

Game: Shark Numbers

Let’s end with a ‘chompingly’ good game. Show your understanding of place value, to stop the shark eating your boat!

 

 

 

1 hour

 

Please share your answers with me using Teams.

 

 We can talk about how you found today’s maths in our check-in.

 

 

 

 

English

Fact-files: Learning the model text part 2

 

Handwriting Starter: e

Today’s letter to practise is e. If you are practising pre-cursive letters, remember to start on the line.  Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

 

Text Map – Rehearsal

Today, we are going to rehearse, and then write a small part of our blue whale fact-file. I’ve clipped yesterday’s video, so you can practise rehearsing the text map with Mr Lynn first. Remember to use your actions to help you. Some of you sent in some amazing performances yesterday! Rehearsing orally is really useful, and will support you in all your writing.

 

Writing

We will not be writing down all of this fact-file, but I’d like you to practise using a text map to support your writing. Choose one section to write:

  • Use your actions, say your sentence out loud lots of times so you are really familiar with it, then have a go at writing. Use pencil if possible to help you to keep it neat.
  • Use the attached word mat to help you, but please try to sound out and remember the sentence yourself: don’t ask your grown-ups how to spell every word!

 

Tomorrow, we will learn about a different Antarctic animal, and see how to adapt a text map, whilst keeping the same structure.

 

45 minutes – 1 hour

 

 

Please send a photo of your work using Teams.

Reading

i_e nice smile

 

Watch and join in with today’s learning video from Mr Lynn, to learn today’s split digraph: i_e. Again, the ‘magic e’ helps the letter to say its name.

 

Your task

After the video, it’s time for another book hunt. How many i_e words can you find, and which is the most unusual? Please make a list and send it over!

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

Can you send your list using Teams, and the most unusual i_e word?

 

Topic

PE: Pirate Fitness Adventure (Lesson 2)

 

It’s time for another adventure! Follow these videos to warm up, do a fitness activity, then cool down.

  1. Warm Up
  2. Fitness Adventure
  3. Cool Down

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

Enjoy the workout!

Reading Time

 

After yesterday’s weather, it’s time for a snowy story: The Gruffalo’s Child by Julia Donaldson.

February Family Fun

 

Join in with Messy Church. Link to follow on the Year One Remote Learning page!

 

Tuesday 2nd February 2021

Story Time: Listen to a page from I Wonder Why Whales Sing?

Family Fun Time: Each day, we'll suggest a family activity you may like to do. Today, you could all enjoy doing a 'Just Dance' together. There are lots on YouTube to choose from.

Check-in: We’ll be flying in to look around a small part of Antarctica.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

 

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Numbers to 50

We are moving onto a new unit of work, but will keep practising our really important addition and subtraction skills in starters. When you count larger amounts, can you count in 10s, then in 1s?

 

Starter – Robot Addition

Play this addition game to practise your addition to 10, 15 or 20. Or spend your time playing numbots instead.

 

Input – Video Tutorial

Watch today’s video tutorial on CSK with Katie. Play close attention to what happens to the digits when we cross the tens (e.g. from 29 to 31). Often we find it easier to say numbers, but it takes us a little longer to learn how to write them as a numeral.

 

Questions

Complete today’s questions in the resources folder.

 

Extra Challenge

Have a go at posting some letters in today’s Maths Challenge.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

Please share your answers with me!

 

 

 

 

English

Fact-files: Learning the model text

 

Please complete today’s reading work before the English work.

Handwriting Starter: q

Today’s letter to practise is q. Use the right link for you and have a go. ‘q’ is another descender, so please make sure yours go under the line.  Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

Text Map

Today we are starting some new work. Just like when we learned stories such as The Billy Goat’s Gruff, we are going to learn a text through a text map. This time we are going to learn a short non-fiction fact-file about blue whales.

 

Follow the today’s video to hear our new model text, and see our new text map.

 

Your task

  1. Use the text map to rehearse saying the fact-file out loud. Can you come up with your own actions to help you? I’ve also attached the model text to help you.

 

 

45 minutes – 1 hour

 

 

 

We will briefly rehearse the fact-file in our meeting.

Reading

Reading Challenge. To fit with our new English work, we will do a reading challenge today, and a phonics session on Friday instead.

 

Fiction/ non-fiction.

Please watch today’s video. Listen to the information about fiction and non-fiction books. Can you sort some of the books you have at home into fiction and non-fiction?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You could send a photo of your completed sorting activity.

 

Topic

Spanish – Size and Shapes

 

Today, become a shape expert… in Spanish. Follow the links in the Spanish sheet to learn some new words and enjoy the song!

 

30 mins

 

 

 

Please send me a photo of your work.

 

Monday 1st February 2021

 

Please choose activities from the Screen Break Learning Day grid.

Because it is a screen break day, our next afternoon check-in will be on Tuesday 2nd February.

I've also attached this week's spellings to practise at home.

Friday 29th January 2021

 

Story Time: Listen to Dinosaur Roar by Paul and Henrietta Strickland.

Check-in: We will go through the answers to today’s riddles, and you can share any of your work you are particularly proud of.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Inside Triangles Puzzle

 

Today I’m setting you a Maths Puzzle from Nrich.  You can read the original problem here, where you can also try it out on an interactive pegboard. Don’t click on the solution yet!

 

Using grids of 4 x 4 dots, how many different triangles can you draw, that have one dot in the middle?

 

You can download and print a page of these dots to try it out on. here.

 

 

45 mins - 1 hour

 

Please share your answers with me!

 

 

 

 

English

Finishing your Poem

 

Please use some of your English time to finish off your ‘If I Had Wings’ poems. I look forward to reading them!

 

Puzzle Time

For the rest of your time, I’ve attached a mixed puzzles document for you to try. I hope you enjoy them. My favourite is crack the code. Can you use the code to read this message? TLLW OFXP

 

You could also use your time to complete any board games or puzzles, such as jigsaws, that you have at home.

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send me a photo of final poem.

 

Reading

Riddles!

 

Watch this video to find out what a riddle is, and hear some examples.

Then, I’ve set you some riddles to read with a grown-up at home. I wonder if you can work out my answers to all of them before check-in? Good luck!

 

30 minutes

 

We will share the answers to the riddles in today’s daily check-in!

 

Topic

Art: National Draw a Dinosaur Day

Well, it’s National Draw a Dinosaur Day. Absolutely perfect for our dino-loving class! Here is a fine effort from one of our class’s talented artists!

Please draw your favourite dinosaur, and email a photo of it to photos@barwick-in-elmet.leeds.sch.uk You can use any art materials you’d like: pencils, crayons, chalks, pens, paint, collage… whatever you have at home and like being creative with!

 

Music

This week I’m sharing Maia from Leeds Music Education Partnership to listen, enjoy, and join in with:

https://tinyurl.com/yyd2qjsb

 

30  mins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15 mins

 

Send in your dinosaur masterpieces to photos@barwick-in-elmet.leeds.sch.uk

 

Thursday 28th January 2021

Story Time: Listen to Five Minutes’ Peace  by Jill Murphy.

Today’s check in is a Guided Reading session.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Compare Number Sentences

Can you remember comparing amounts, and using those greedy alligators? < > = Our whole class is fabulous using them. Today we are using them, but to compare number sentences rather than amounts… you can do this!

 

Starter – Hit The Button – Doubles

Use our favourite game to practise your doubles to 10. (Use Doubles > Doubles to 10).

 

Input – Video Tutorial

Watch today’s video tutorial on CSK. Remember, work out the value of each side first, and then use the comparison symbol (<>=).

 

Interactive Activity

Complete the interactive activity from CSK, to show you can compare statements when they are shown in different ways.

 

Extra Challenge

If you want to try something harder, can you complete today’s Maths Challenge? Just work them out one step at a time. Think… what do I need to do first?

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I will be able to see your work on CSK.

 

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Senses Poem

 

Handwriting Starter: g

Well, I’ve seen some amazing formation in the past two days, you are really getting to grips with the new style of formation. Today it’s g. Use the right link for you and have a go. ‘g’ is a descender, so make sure yours go under the line. We’ve spoken about monkey tails hanging under the tree branch at school!

Links:  pre-cursive and non-cursive PowerPoint

 

Poem

Watch today’s learning video, then have a go at writing your very own If I Had Wings poem. I look forward to seeing them!

I’ve attached a worksheet from which you can complete the sentences to write your own poem.

 

Tomorrow is puzzle day, so English will be a bit different. Please use some time tomorrow if you need it to complete this, so you don’t rush it, but instead keep it really neat!

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send me a photo of poem. You could also film yourself performing if you want to be really impressive!

 

Reading

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e_e: Pete and Steve Complete

 

Watch today’s phonics video to practise the e_e sound some more.

 

Your challenge is to write another of your brilliant silly sentences using some words containing the e_e sound. You could draw a picture to go with it as well.

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

You could send a picture of your silly sentence.

 

 

Topic

PE: Pirate Fitness Adventure

You’ve been working out with your brains all week, it’s time to give your bodies a work out too! Follow these videos to warm up, do a fitness activity, then cool down.

  1. Warm Up
  2. Fitness Adventure
  3. Cool Down

 

Weekly Challenge

There is also a weekly challenge to try. This week’s is called

Around The Sock, and looks a lot of fun!

 

 

30 - 45 mins

 

No need to share anything – just enjoy it!

 

Wednesday 27th January 2021

Story Time: Listen to A Quiet Night In by Jill Murphy.

Today’s check in with be a quiz for your group based on some of our learning so far!

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Related Facts (part 2)

 

Starter – Counting with Jack

Welcome to the zoo! Let’s practise counting all the way to 120 again!

 

Input – Interactive Lesson Slides

Following Mr Lynn’s introduction to fact families yesterday, today please follow the CSK Lesson Slides about this area. One extra thing shown is that the equals can come at the start of a number sentence, so 4+2=6, can also be written as 6=4+2.

 

Questions

Complete today’s questions in the resources folder. It will help if if you can use objects at home to represent the amounts in each question. There is also a Discussion Problem if you’d like a big challenge!

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I will be able to see your work on CSK.

 

Please send a photo of your sheet.

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Senses Poem Planning

 

Handwriting Starter: d (curly caterpillar)

Please use either the  pre-cursive and non-cursive letter formation PowerPoint to practise the letter ‘d’. This is an ascender (tall letter), so make sure yours reach higher.

 

Poem

Watch today’s learning video to hear a new poem that Pippety really likes: If I Had Wings by Pie Corbett. Here is a planning sheet you can use.

 

Additional resources:

Click here to watch the drone video mentioned.

Here is a copy of the poem as well.

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send me a photo of your planning sheet.

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e_e: Pete and Steve Complete

 

Recap

Play Flash Cards Speed Trial on PhonicsPlay. Choose ‘Phase 3 and 5a’. You’ve nearly learned all the sounds, see how many you can remember? As before, please stick up any sounds you are unsure of, so you can keep practising them at home.

 

New Sound:

This is another split digraph. The ‘magic e’ gives its power to the first ‘e’ to make it say its name.

Watch Mr Thorne introduce the ‘e_e’ sound.

 

Blending

Play ‘Picnic on Pluto’ to practise blending some ‘e_e’ words. Phonicsplay > Resources > Phase 5 > Picnic on Pluto, and select ‘e_e’. I hope Bob behaves today!

 

Then, complete the e_e Read and Draw sheet. Read the words, and draw a picture to go with them. Your grown-ups may need to help to explain what a couple of the words mean.

 

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You could send a picture of your ‘Read and Draw’ work.

 

 

Topic

Today is Holocaust Memorial Day.  In Early Years and Key Stage One we are marking it by exploring how we should treat all people with kindness and respect.

 

To do this, I’ve attached a handprint where you can write or draw different ways you can show kindness to others.

 

 

Collective Worship

Here is a link for Mrs Nicholson’s Collective Worship ‘On The Sofa’ for you to enjoy.

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

Tuesday 26th January 2021

Story Time: Listen to All in One Piece by Jill Murphy.

Today’s check in with have a phonics focus. Please try to complete the phonics activity before the check-in.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Related Facts

 

Input

Your starter is on the teaching video.

Today’s step is all about how addition and subtraction facts ‘relate’ to each other. For example, with the numbers 2, 4 and 6.

2 + 4 = 6, and 4 +2 = 6.

Also 6 – 2 = 4, and 6 – 4 =.

Please watch my teaching video where this is explained. You could make your own coat hanger abacus to explore this. We used one earlier in the year to explore number bonds to 10.

 

Then, please complete the questions on the sheet.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

Please send a photo of your sheet. Good luck!

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Final Recipe

 

Handwriting Starter: c o a

Pre-cursive: a b c d e f etc

Non-cursive: a b c d e f etc

I’ve uploaded a pre-cursive and non-cursive letter formation PowerPoint. We will work on a few letters at a time as we move forward. In class we have practised all non-cursive letters, and had just started pre-cursive letters on the Monday before lockdown. If your child is secure with their non-cursive formation, please practise pre-cursive letters. If they are not, please continue to practise non-cursive. Please message me if you need some advice on this.

 

Today, using the pre-cursive or non-cursive PowerPoint, please practise one line each of:

c, o and a. Try to make all your letters the same size as each other. Remember that these are all formed using the same initial movement.

 

Disgusting Goo Recipe

It’s time to write your final recipe. Watch the video presentation about what to include. There’s a template you can use for your recipe if you wish. If you’d like to, it’d be great if you sent a video of you role-playing making your recipe!

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send in your final recipe, and your video of making it, if you wish to.

Reading

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a_e: Make a Cake

 

Recap

This video shows how  the magic e/ split digraph works, and previews a couple of sounds we have still to learn!

Youtube – magic ‘e’ video.

Play ‘big and little’ Write the BIGGEST a_e sound you can. Then write it as many times as you can around it.

 

Blending

Play ‘Buried Treasure’ to practise blending some more ‘a_e’ words. Phonicsplay > Resources > Phase 5 > Buried Treasure, and select ‘a_e’.

 

Writing

Can you write what each of these are? They all contain the a_e sound.

Further activities

If you wish to, there’s:

* a_e spelling game

* a_e wordsearch

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know the sound when you come back, and when we do phonics activities in our daily check-ins.

Topic

Science: Observing Animals – Animal Hunt


Read through the PowerPoint as a warm up. Can you remember the different groups of animals? Today, you can either use the Observing Animals sheet, or make your own. Explore your local environment – can you find any animals, and work out which group they belong to?

 

Thank you for all the posters I’ve received so far. Please send me a picture of your fabulous efforts as soon as you can, if you can! I’ll begin to put the folder of your posters on Teams tomorrow.

 

30 - 45 mins

 

Please send a picture of your completed sheet.

 

Monday 25th January 2021

 

Story Time: Mr Lynn reads Michael Recycle by Ellie Bethel

In today’s daily check-in we will be playing a game of bingo! You don’t need to prepare anything.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Subtraction (crossing 10 -  2)

 

Starter: Quick fire Subtraction!

Play Minus Mission to practise your subtraction speed. Make the game speed slow, and start with numbers from 1-5. You can then make it harder if you need to. Good luck!

 

Input: Interactive Lesson Slide

Go through today’s lesson slides to learn more about subtraction.

 

Interactive Activities

Complete today’s Interactive Activity: Year 1 Subtraction – Crossing 10 2 Game on CSK.

 

Complete today’s work, attached in Teams. I’ve including an optional discussion problem as well: again, try to find more than one answer.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I can see when you’ve completed the CSK work.

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Instructions

 

Watch today’s learning video. Your task today is to use your disgusting ingredients to write instructions for making goo.

 

Tomorrow, we’ll bring together the different parts to write the recipe. I’ve attached a simple sheet to help you structure your sentences, if you need it.

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send a picture of your excellent instructions.

Reading

 a_e: Make a Cake

 

Today we will learn about a new type of sound, called a ‘split digraph’ The letters that make this sound do not sit together in a word, so it can be harder to spot. It is sometimes called a ‘magic e’. The makes the vowel says its name, but stays silent itself.

 

Watch Mr Lynn’s video introducing the sound, with some special guests!

 

They can you read the words in the a_e PowerPoint?

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know the sound when you come back, and when we do phonics activities in our daily check-ins.

Topic

Spanish: Birthdays!

 

Please use the attached sheet. Learn numbers in Spanish, and a fun birthday song!

 

 

30 mins

 

Please send a picture of your completed sheet.

 

Friday 22nd January 2021

Story Time: Mr Lynn reads Jack Frost by Kazuno Kohara.

For today’s daily check-in, please be ready to share your highlight of the week. It could be some work you are really proud of, or something from home.

Spellings: I’ve attached this week’s spellings to practise at home over next week as normal. I won’t do a spelling check next Friday, but please do take time across the week to learn them.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Subtraction (crossing 10 -  1)

 

Starter: Number Bond to 10/20

Play Maths Lines Addition again. Set the target number as ‘20’ if you are working on number bonds to 20, or 10 if you are focussing on number bonds to 10.

 

Input: Video Tutorial

Katie is back: watch the Subtraction Crossing Ten Video Tutorial.

She shows how to subtract in several different ways; using objects, using a bar model/ drawing images, and partitioning with a numberline. Please don’t worry if you find some of it confusing, particularly with the numberline. Often in Maths there are a range of ways to get to the right answer, so it’s finding the best way that makes sense to you!

 

Questions

Complete today’s work, attached in Teams.

 

I’ve including an optional discussion problem as well: if you take it on, try to find all the possible answers.

 

Extra Challenge

Try the Subtraction Crossing Ten Maths Challenge for an extra challenge.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I can see when you’ve completed the CSK work.

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Goo ingredients using adjectives

 

Before starting, you can watch a video about real toads:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd8UbTV0ynk

 

Watch today’s video introducing your task. You’ll need to write three ingredients for you, most disgusting goo ever! Please note the video is in two parts. The second part is on the second slide.

 

Making Goo

If your grown-ups are happy to, you could have a go at making real goo/slime at home, by following a recipe online, such as this one from BBC Good Food! This might help you to think of some really powerful adjectives!

 

 

1 hour

 

 

You could send a picture of your ingredients. I wonder who can use really powerful adjectives, and really horrid ingredients?

Reading

Today, we will focus on Reading Comprehension: your understanding of the stories, poems and non-fiction texts you read.

Use the BBC Bitesize site for today’s lesson:  ‘Reading Lesson – Cyril and Pat by Emily Gravett’.

 

The lesson works through a series of video extracts of the story being read to you, and then asks you some questions to answer. You can discuss these with a grown up, or write your answers down. Please complete Activities 1 and 2. You’ll get to use lots of expression in Activity 2! Activity 3 is an extra challenge if you wish to go onto it.

 

 

30 minutes

 

You could send a photo of you completed work, or your expressive body language for Activity 2!

Topic

Music

 

The Leeds Music Education Partnership are putting out ‘live’ lessons from 1:30 every Friday afternoon. Check it out after our check-in:

El_Pescador – learn the song https://youtu.be/n52S7j3mKuo

El Pescador – learn the rhythms to go with the song. https://youtu.be/8AjF-csn6jk

 

You could use any spare time to work on your Science posters that you started yesterday.

 

 

 

30 mins

 

 

 

 

Thursday 21st January 2021

Story Time: Mr Lynn will be sharing a book in our daily check-in, as a ‘Guided Reading’ session. We’ll talk about the story, and make predictions of what might happen next!

 

 

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How long should it take me?

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Maths

Subtraction (not crossing ten)

Can you show a grown-up at home our action for subtraction? ‘Take it away!’ Remember that when we subtract, we always start with our whole.

 

Starter: Number Bond to 10/20

Play this exciting Maths Lines Addition number bonds game. Set the target number as ‘20’ if you are working on number bonds to 20, or 10 if you are focussing on number bonds to 10.

 

Input: Interactive Lesson Slides

Remember our subtraction stories in class, such as ‘First there were 8 unicorns, next 3 unicorns were eaten by dinosaurs, now there are 5 unicorns left’. You’ll be doing the same, except using larger numbers today. Remember when we draw images, we using crossing out to show subtraction, as you’ll see in the slides.

Log-into CSK and go through the Subtraction -  not crossing 10 Year 1 lesson slides.

 

Questions

Complete today’s work, attached in Teams. I’ve including an optional discussion problem as well.

 

Extra Challenge

Try the Subtraction – not crossing 10 Maths Challenge for an extra challenge.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I can see when you’ve completed the CSK work.

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Word Study

 

Warm Up:

A very simple song about adjectives. Remember, adjectives describe the noun. https://tinyurl.com/k8vjwwa

 

Watch today’s video, introducing your adjectives word study.

 

When you have finished the video, use this word study sheet, or draw your own. Can you think of any really interesting adjectives?

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Please send me a picture of your word study.

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

ey ‘Monkey and a donkey’

 

Watch today’s phonics video from Mr Lynn.

 

Can you use (or make) the Phase 5 flashcards to make your own game of Splat? (We’ve now learned all the sounds you’ll find, except the split digraphs, such as a_e)

 

Then, can you make a really silly sentence using words containing the ey sound? I’m sure you’ll be able to do a better drawing than me as well!

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

Please send me a photo of your really silly picture and sentence!

Topic

Science: Animals

 

Today we will start learning about different types of animals.

Use the Observing Animals PowerPoint.

 

Your task is to choose a group of animals to make a poster about. Please take your time to do a really good job, and send a picture of it to Mr Lynn by next Wednesday 27th January. I’d like to make a folder on Teams to share some of your work to show the rest of the class, if you’re happy to.

 

 

1 hour

 

Please send me a picture of amazing poster when it is finished.

 

 

Wednesday 20th January 2021

Story Time: One Day on our Blue Planet….. in the Antarctic, by Ella Bailey. Watch out for the Leopard Seal!

This is one of my favourite books at the moment. I just love the illustrations! Could you bring one of your favourites to check-in, and explain why you like it so much?

 

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How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Add By Making 10

Today’s step uses knowledge of number bonds to 10, to teach a way of adding ‘across’ 10. It can be a tricky one to pick up, so have a go, and don’t worry if you are not confident by the end.

Starter: Number Bond to 10/20

Play Hit the Button to polish up your number bonds to 20. If you are still working on number bonds to 10, practise those instead. Remember, if you know your number bonds to 10, then you know them to 20!

Input: Video Tutorial

Watch today’s Add By Making 10 Video Tutorial with Katie on Classroom Secrets Kids.

Interactive Activities

Complete the Year 1 Add By Making 10 Game, to support your understanding of today’s step.  Please use objects at home to support with this step. I’ve attached a template for two tens frames (or you could draw your own).

Extra Challenge

Try the Year 1 Add By Making 10 Maths Challenge 

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I can see when you’ve completed the CSK work.

 

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Quiz (Reading Comprehension)

 

With a grown-up, read through the Pippety Skycap Text to remind you of the story. Can you spot any repetition in the story?

Let’s see how well you know the story. Talk through the questions in the Pippety Quiz with a grown-up.

 

Then, have a go at writing an answer to the last question as a full sentence. This question tests your inference skill: how well can you ‘read between the lines’?

Do you think Pippety will be a good pixie from now on? How do you know?

 

 

45 mins - 1 hour

 

 

Please send me a picture of your work.

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

ey ‘Monkey and a donkey’

 

Recap:

Play ‘Grab a Giggling Grapheme’ to recap your Phase 3 sounds.

Ask a grown-up to read out these rhymes. Can you remember and write down the sound they link to?

Start the car (ar), Potatoes and tomatoes (oe), Launch the astronaut (aw), Chew the stew (ew)

 

New sound: ey ‘Monkey and a donkey’

Can you remember the two other graphemes that make this sound, (ee ea) that we’ve already learned?

Mr Thorne shows you how to pronounce the sound:

https://tinyurl.com/yxgw2azm

 

Reading

Use the Quick read ey PowerPoint to practise reading words containing the ‘ey’ sound. Can you remember our reading routine to help you?

 

Further activities

If you wish to, you could complete the ey colour by phoneme sheet, and also play ey roll and read with somebody else at home.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

Topic

Collective Worship

Here is a link for Mrs Nicholson’s Collective Worship ‘On The Sofa’ for you to enjoy: https://tinyurl.com/y223f392

 

RE:  What do Christians do at church to show they belong?

 

Follow the 20 01 21 RE PowerPoint to find out more about what happens inside a church, and watch the video of the church tour.

 

Then, draw or print a jigsaw piece to show how you belong to Yew class.

 

 

30   minutes

 

Please send me a picture of your jigsaw piece. I’ll be really interested to see what you think.

 

Tuesday 19th January 2021

 

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Maths

Find and make number bonds (to 20)

 

Starter: Number Bond to 10

To succeed with this step, you need to know your number bonds to 10. If you are not yet really confident with these, can you practise them each day for a few minutes. There’s a Jack Hartman song to help you to learn them!

Input: Interactive Lesson Slides

Watch Mr Lynn’s introduction to finding number bonds to 20.

Then, log into CSK and read/ listen through the Find and Make Number Bonds Year 1 Lesson Slides. It’s all about using what you know about number bonds to 10, to find Number Bonds to 10.

Interactive Activities

Complete the Year 1 Find and Make Number Bonds game to build your understanding of the relationship between number bonds to 10 and number bonds to 20.

 

Then, have a go at the Year 1 Find and Make Number Bonds Reasoning Game. This game is designed to make you think about why an answer is correct. Good luck!

 

 

1 hour

 

I can see when you’ve completed the CSK work.

 

Let’s play some number bonds to 10 tennis in our daily check-in!

 

 

English

Pippety Skycap – Introducing The Story

 

Listen to Mr Lynn reading today’s story in the 19 01 21 English PowerPoint. With an adult, discuss the story, and answer these three questions by writing full sentences.

What parts of the story did you like the most?

Did anything about the story surprise you?

Do you have any questions?

 

 

45 mins - 1 hour

 

 

Please send me a picture of your work.

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

au ‘launch the astronaut’

Watch today’s phonics video from Mr Lynn on Teams , and join in with the activities.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

Topic

Spanish

 

Use the Spanish Remote Learning document to keep building your knowledge of colours and parts of the body in Spanish.

 

30 – 45  minutes

 

Please send a picture of your work.

Monday 18th January 2021

Today’s Reading Time: Use Now We Are Six PowerPoint in the files folder. Download a copy if you can, then play the slideshow. It should play through the slides automatically with Mr Lynn reading the poem.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Adding by Counting On

We are moving onto a new block of learning now: addition and subtraction (within 20). Key today is learning to ‘count on’, not ‘count all’. Counting on is great: when you grasp it, it makes adding so much easier!

Starter: Doubles Rap https://tinyurl.com/ncay3bx

Brush up on your doubles and your rapping skills. Can you represent the doubles up to 5+5 using your fingers?

Input: Video Tutorial

Today, please watch the video tutorial on CSK: Add by Counting On Video Tutorial. When we’ve talked about counting on in class, you may remember me saying: ‘We already have 5, so we don’t need to count them. Instead let’s count on from 5…’ We always count on from the greater number, whether it comes first or second in the number sentence.

After watching the video, have a go yourself. Create some number sentences below 20. Remember:

* Always count on from the greater number.

* You only need to draw images for/ represent the smaller number to help you to count on.

Questions

Complete today’s work, attached in Teams. You’ll need to make/ draw the number sentences to help you to work out the answers. I’ve including an optional discussion problem as well to push on your thinking!

 

 

1 hour

 

You could send a picture of your answers

 

I can see when you’ve completed the CSK work.

 

 

 

 

English

Winnie the Pooh Day

 

Today’ is Winnie the Pooh day. It is the birthday of A.A. Milne, the author of the Winnie the Pooh stories.

 

Please read through the A A Milne PowerPoint to find out more about where his stories come from, and how Winnie the Pooh got his name.

Story time:

Listen to ‘Winnie the Pooh and The Royal Birthday’, and enjoy the story: https://tinyurl.com/yy32pkhx  If you have any Winnie the Pooh stories, or films, have a look through them to learn more about the characters.

Secret Character!

Choose your favourite character from today’s story. Fold a piece of paper in half. Write a sentence about what they are like on one half. You could describe what they look like, or their personality, just like we did with the Big Bad Wolf. Don’t write who they are! Then draw them and write their name on the other half of the paper, and fold it over, so nobody can see who you’ve written about!

 

In today’s check-in, you can read your description to your friends, and they can guess which character you’ve written about.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

Have your ‘Secret Character’ work ready for check-in!

 

 

 

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

au ‘launch the astronaut’

 

Review

On Phonicsplay: Resources > Phase 3> Flash Card Time Challenge. How quickly can you read all the Phase 3 sounds in one minute? Can you beat your score from last time? Again, if there’s any you don’t know, make sure you have them stuck up somewhere for you to practise.

New sound:

Today’s sound: ‘au’ (launch the astronaut).

Can you remember any other ways to spell this sound? (aw, or). Watch Geraldine learn about the ‘au’ sound.

Blending

Play ‘Dragon’s Den’ to practise blending some more ‘oi’ words. Phonicsplay > Resources > Phase 5 > Dragon’s Den, and select ‘au’ I do hope those dragons aren’t feeling grumpy!

Spot the Sound. I’ve attached a picture with lots of teeny tiny ‘au’ words in it. How many can you spot and read? I spotted ten, but Maxwell tells me there’s even more!

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

Topic

Pooh PE

 

Use the Winnie The Pooh workout to keep yourself active and warm on this chilly day.

Then, can you make up your own exercise routine like Pooh Bear does? See if you can teach it to somebody else!

30 minutes

You could send a photo/ video of your routine.

Friday 15th January 2021

Spellings: Just like last week, I’ve attached six spellings to practise at home over next week as normal. I won’t do a spelling check next Friday, but please do take time across the week to learn them.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

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Maths

Order Numbers

Let’s apply the same skill to ordering numbers today.

Starter: Numbots

Log into your Numbots account, (your log-in details are on the ‘My Websites’ page of your Pupil Planner), and play for ten minutes.

Input: Learning Video

Today, please watch the learning video from Whiterose Maths:  https://tinyurl.com/y3zvk7vm

Then, click on the ‘Order Numbers’ video.

Interactive Activities

Today, there is an interactive activity you can complete on CSK:

  1. ‘Year One Order Numbers Game’.

Extra Challenge

On CSK, you can then try a: Year One Order Numbers Maths Challenge for a bigger challenge!

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

I will be able to see your Maths Challenge answers on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs: Party List

 

Thank you for sending your excellent letters over. I’m sure the pigs would love to come to your parties!

Today, I want you to:

  1. Make a list of things the Big Bad Wolf would need for his party. You list will be made of nouns, can you use an adjective to describe each noun?  For example:

My party list

    • Red cups
    • Purple plates
    • Tasty Ice cream
    • Massive TV
  1. Finally, all you need to do, is draw the party room, and have some fun acting out the party! I’ve attached some stick puppet templates (or you can make your own) for the host and the guests.

Will there by music? Will there be food? (No sausages like some have suggested!) Have some fun!

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

I’d love to see some pictures of the party, and see your lists.

 

 

 

Reading

Reading Challenge

One type of punctuation we’ve looked at is exclamation marks.

 

We’ve learned that they are used to represent a strong feeling such as surprise, excitement, anger or fear. They can also show a character is raising their voice.

 

Look through some of the story books you have at home. Can you spot where the author has used exclamation marks? Read the sentence and try to work out which strong feeling the exclamation mark is showing. Then, try reading the sentence with lots of expression. For example:

“Get out of my room!”

 

This should be read in a really angry voice.

 

 

30 minutes

 

You could send a picture of you reading the sentence, with an expressive face!

Topic

 

Geography: What’s it like to live in Antarctica?

(Second day)

 

Today’s topic time is for you to complete your Information Poster about Living in the Antarctic:

For each sub-heading, draw and label, (or write a sentence) one piece of information you found out. Add more if you want to!

- Food

- Clothes

- Vehicles

- Snotsicles

 

These are the videos you were asked to watch yesterday, to help you to make your poster.

Part 1:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSokPG-FLJA&feature=emb_logo

Part 2:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAwRAQkYSgY

 

 

30 minutes

(Thursday)

 

30 minutes (Friday)

 

When your posters are complete, please send a picture of them.

 

Can you be ready to share one interesting thing you have learned about Antarctica in the daily check-in?

Thursday 14th January 2021

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Order Groups of Objects

 

Starter: Counting to 120(!)

https://tinyurl.com/y9ersm43

Some active counting with Jack to get us going this snowy morning! Can you remember to do the ‘teen queen’ action for teen numbers, and ‘cup of tea’ action for ‘ty’ numbers (twenty, thirty etc)?

 

Input: Learning Video

Today, please watch the learning video from Whiterose Maths:  https://tinyurl.com/y3zvk7vm

Then, click on the ‘Order Groups of Objects’ video. Keep explaining your thinking out loud: it’s so important for getting your brain going!

 

Questions

I’ve attached a sheet with questions for this lesson.

Please choose the level of challenge that suits you as normal (D, E or GD). Try to complete two varied fluency questions on page one, and two reasoning/ problem solving questions two.

One page 3, I’ve added a discussion problem, if you’d like to take your learning further.

 

Extra Challenge

Log into CSK, and click on ‘Year One Order Groups of Objects Maths Challenge. To solve the problem, consider what you need to do first? You can only work out what some of the pirates have, after you know what others have. Good luck!

 

 

 

1 hour

 

You could send a picture of your answers to the questions.

 

I will be able to see your Maths Challenge answers on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs: Writing a letter

 

Please watch today’s learning video I’ve uploaded to

Year 1 Remote Learning Group.

Your task is to write a letter to the three little pigs to invite them to a party!

 

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

Please send me pictures of your wonderful letters. You could share them when we have our daily check-in today.

 

 

 

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

oe: ‘potatoes and tomatoes’

Following yesterday’s video, today we’ll use Phonicsplay to make sure we really know this sound.

Review

On Phonicsplay: Resources > Phase 3> Flash Card Time Challenge. How quickly can you read all the Phase 3 sounds in one minute? Write down your score to see if you can beat it next time?

Focus Sound

Today’s sound: ‘oe’ potatoes and tomatoes

Blending

Play ‘Buried Treasure’ to practise blending some more ‘oi’ words. Phonicsplay > Resources > Phase 5 > Buried Treasure, and select ‘oe’ Can you remember the special dance we do at school when we get one right?

Writing

Can you write the words that are shown on the attached oe phonics sheet? You do not need to print out the sheet. I’ve also attached an optional wordsearch.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic

Geography: What’s it like to live in Antarctica?

(Over two days)

This lesson runs over today and tomorrow. Use tomorrow’s time to work on your information poster.

Starter

Can you remember the the seven continents?

Watch: https://tinyurl.com/jnygsqa

Play https://online.seterra.com/en/vgp/3004

 

Input

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/zjg46v4

Start by reading through page, and watching the videos, for a great overview of Antarctica.

Antarctica is an amazing place. While nobody lives their all the time, research scientists from different countries work on bases there. Some of them are checking for signs of climate change. For our country, there is the British Antarctic Survey. Use this video filmed at the BAS, to find out more about what it’s like to go to Antarctica, and what equipment you need to have to survive:

Part 1:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSokPG-FLJA&feature=emb_logo

Part 2:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAwRAQkYSgY

 

Your task

Use the video to make an information poster about Living in the Antarctic. For each sub-heading, draw and label, (or write a sentence) one piece of information you found out. Add more if you want to!

- Food

- Clothes

- Vehicles

- Snotsicles

There’s a template in the resources folder, or you cane make your own.

 

30 minutes

(Thursday)

 

30 minutes (Friday)

 

When your posters are completed on Friday, please send a picture of them.

Wednesday 13th January 2021

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Compare Numbers

Today we move from comparing groups of objects to comparing numbers.

 

Starter: Hit The Button

https://tinyurl.com/yylupqyh

Practise finding your number bonds to 10: how many can you get in a minute?

 

Input: Learning Video

Today, please watch the learning video from Whiterose Maths:  https://tinyurl.com/y3zvk7vm

Then, click on the ‘Compare Numbers video.

 

Practical

Can you explain to a grown-up what these mean? What does that greedy alligator always do?

Can you use objects in your house to make three number sentences? Please make one for each of the above symbols: Try to use quantities greater than ten, but less than 20.

 

Extra Challenge

Log into CSK, and click on ‘Year One Compare Numbers Maths Challenge’.

I’ve also set an Interactive Activity for this step if you wish to complete it.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

You could send a photo of your practical work.

 

I will be able to see your Maths Challenge answers on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs: Grammar: ed suffixes

 

Please watch today’s learning video I’ve uploaded to

Year 1 Remote Learning Group. Thankfully I managed to take over from the Big Bad Wolf today!

 

In the clip, it mentions watching the following video on YouTube to learn more about ‘ed’ endings:

https://tinyurl.com/y6rqw94h

As explained on the video, please send these verbs ‘into the past’, and put them into sentences:

want, jump, cook, wait, want

 

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

Please bring your sentences to share at our daily check-in this afternoon.

 

 

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

Oe: ‘potatoes and tomatoes

Watch today’s Phonics video, available in our Year 1 Remote Learning Group, and join in with Mr Lynn.

 

Challenge

How many other words that use ‘oe’ can you actually find? Can you draw a picture of as many ‘oe’ words as possible?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

Topic

Collective Worship

Here is a link for Mrs Nicholson’s Collective Worship ‘On The Sofa’ for you to enjoy:

https://tinyurl.com/y634w3g4

 

15 minutes

 

 

 

 

Please send a picture of your completed work.

 

RE ‘What makes a place special?’

 

Please follow the PowerPoint 13 01 21 RE. l’ve added in some questions to discuss as you go through.

 

The task is to draw your special place, and to write a sentence explaining why it is special to you.

 

30 minutes

Tuesday 12th January

 

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

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Maths

Compare Groups of Objects

Again, today you are applying a skill you’ve used before to larger numbers. This step is all about understanding the language:

more, most, less, fewer, least, equal to, greater than, less than. Look out for these terms in the learning video. Check you understand what they mean, and can use them.

 

Starter: Chopper Squad

Let’s play a one more/ one less game: choose ‘1 to 20’, or a larger range if you are confident to:

https://tinyurl.com/y8ja8bkv

 

Input: Learning Video

Today, please watch the learning video from Whiterose Maths: https://tinyurl.com/y3zvk7vm

Then, click on the ‘Compare Groups of Objects’ video. (As before, watch past the requests to answer from the worksheet – but do pause for the ‘Have a Think’ questions. Try to explain your thinking out loud).

 

Questions

I’ve attached a sheet with questions for this lesson.

Please choose the level of challenge that suits you as normal (D, E or GD). Try to complete two varied fluency questions on page one, and two reasoning/ problem solving questions two.

 

Extra Challenge

Log into CSK, and click on ‘Year One Compare Groups of Objects Maths Challenge’. To solve the problem, consider what you need to do first? Don’t just guess!

 

 

 

1 hour

 

You could send a photo of your completed questions.

 

I will be able to see your Maths Challenge answers on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs: Drama

 

Use the 12 1 21 English PowerPoint I’ve uploaded to Microsoft Teams on the Year 1 Remote Learning Group to hear from your new teacher Mr Wolf! (Today only I hope!)

 

Use your questions from yesterday. Take turns with a grown-up to pretend to be the wolf, and answer your own questions with lots of expression. Think about what kind of wolf you are: mean, gentle, frightened, friendly, or something else? If you’d like to, you could send a video of you answering the questions to Mr Lynn.

 

I’ve attached a role play mask for the Big Bad Wolf, which you could use if you’d like.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

You could send a video in of you answering questions as the Big Bad Wolf.

 

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

 

Watch today’s Phonics video, available in our Year 1 Remote Learning Group, and join in with Mr Lynn.

 

Challenge

Can you write any sentences using words that contain the ‘ew’ sound?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

Topic

PE: ‘Balance Time’

 

This week we can continue to work on our balance. Remember that the key to balancing is to be able to keep still.

 

Please see this learning video from the Youth Sport Trust. https://tinyurl.com/y3bexpvg

 

There is also an information sheet I’ve attached to go along with lesson. Can you try to create a sequence of balances?

 

30 minutes

 

You could send a picture of your favourite balance!

Monday 11th January 2021

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Count One More/ One Less

You’ve shown you can find one more/ one less to ten at school. Today you’ll apply that skill to numbers up to 20.

 

Starter

Refresh your knowledge of 3d shapes with the 3d shape song: https://tinyurl.com/mq6xr54

 

Input: Interactive Video

Today, please watch the learning video from Whiterose Maths: https://tinyurl.com/y4cn5axe

Then, click on the ‘Count One More/ One Less’ video.

(Watch past the requests to answer from the worksheet – your follow up work is detailed below, but do pause for the ‘Have a Think’ questions. Try to explain your thinking out loud).

 

Questions

I’ve attached a sheet with questions for this lesson.

Please choose the level of challenge that suits you as normal (D, E or GD). Try to complete two varied fluency questions on page one, and two reasoning/ problem solving questions two.

 

Extra Challenge

Log into CSK, and click on ‘One More and One Less Maths Challenge’. Listen carefully to what Afrah says, and use the number square to help you. Try to explain your reasoning out loud to an adult when you complete this.

E.g. It can’t be ____ because….

It could be ____ because….

 

 

 

1 hour

 

You could send a photo of your completed questions.

 

I will be able to see your Maths Challenge answers on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs: Questions

 

Use the 21 1 21 English PowerPoint I’ve uploaded to Microsoft Teams on the Year 1 Remote Learning Group to find out what happened to the wolf over the weekend. Caution: we may hear from the Big Bad Wolf!

 

Please send your questions for the wolf in, so we can put some of them to the wolf tomorrow.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

Please send your questions to me.

 

We’ll ask the wolf to answer some tomorrow!

 

Reading

We can now log-in and again use Phonicsplay

for free. Username: jan21 Password: home

 

Please log in at: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

 

Spelling

Spend five minutes practising this week’s spellings.

 

Review

On Phonicsplay: Resources > Phase 3> Flash Card Speed Trial. How quickly can you read all the Phase 3 sounds? These are all sounds we have already covered in class.

If you find any sounds difficult, please make a list and stick to your fridge, so you can keep practising them!

 

New Sound

Today’s sound: ew ‘chew the stew’

‘ew’ can make an ‘oo’ or a ‘yoo’ sound.

https://tinyurl.com/owgbu7d

 

Speed Challenge!

In one minute, how many times can you write down today’s sound? Challenge a grown-up to see who can write the most. Ready, steady… go!

 

Blending

Play ‘Picnic on Pluto’ to practise blending some more ‘oi’ words. Phonicsplay > Resources > Phase 3 > Picnic on Pluto. Watch out for that burping alien!

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

You’ll show you know this sound when you are back at school.

Topic

Spanish

Brrr… it’s getting chilly!

Please see the sheet in the Resources folder.

When you find the Spanish words on www.spanishdict.com  you can here what they sound like, and practise saying them yourself.

 

You could fill in the worksheet if you have a printer, or you could draw your own winter items with the Spanish words, and snowman.

30 minutes

You could send me a picture of your Spanish work.

 

 

Friday 8th January 2021

Spellings: I’ve attached six spellings to practise at home over next week as normal. I won’t do a spelling check next Friday, but please do take time across the week to learn them.

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Tens and Ones

 

Starter – Ten Frame Fun Flash 20!

Let’s see how fast you are!

In this video, you won’t have time to count all the counters, so think about the skill you’ve been using to identify an amount without counting them all. Don’t worry if you can’t get some quickly enough: some of these are very tricky! https://tinyurl.com/y7h7pacz

 

Input

Log in to CSK, and follow ‘Tens and Ones Lesson Slides’. Please press the play button in the corner of the slides to hear their explanation.

 

Interactive Activity

Instead of completing a question sheet today, please complete the ‘Year 1 Tens and Ones Game’.

 

Maths Challenge

For this lesson, there’s also an extra Maths Challenge you can try on CSK. Can you find three different possibilities?

 

 

 

45 minutes

 

 

I will be able to see on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs: Wanted Poster

 

Thank you for some excellent planning work: I saw some super use of adjectives, and some rather frightening wolves!

 

Today we’ll create a poster, by turning those adjectives into sentences.  I’ve attached a template for a Wanted Poster, or you could make your own.

 

Choose your favourite adjectives to turn into sentences. Remember to say your sentence out loud and count the words on your fingers before you write.

 

Try to start your sentences in different ways, such as:

His teeth are….

He is….

The wolf is….

Beware of…..

Remember to use finger spaces, neat handwriting and punctuation.

 

Extra Challenge: Similes

Similes compare one thing to another to create a powerful description. For example:  It was as stinky as cheese left on a radiator. This unicorn’s horn was as sharp as a needle.

Could you include any similes in your Wanted Poster?

He is as _______ as a __________.

His teeth are as _________ as a _________.

 

You could stick yours up in your window to see if anybody spots him over the weekend: let’s catch this wolf!

 

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please send me a picture of your Wanted Posters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

 

Design a front cover for a book you really like. Remember to include the title, author and a drawing that tells you something about the book. It might include the main characters, the setting, or your favourite moment from the story.

 

 

Extra Challenge

As an extra challenge you could write the ‘blurb’ that goes on the back of the book, to tempt somebody to read it. How can you make the book sound really interesting to read?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You could send me a picture of your book cover.

 

Topic

Geography: The Seven Continents and Five Oceans

If you have a globe or atlas at home, they’ll be great to use for this lesson.

 

Input

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zw7gsk7

Watch the first video to learn about the different ways we map the world.

You can use Google Earth https://earth.google.com/web/ for fantastic satellite images of the globe, as explained in the video. Can you zoom in and find your home? Can you zoom out and see all of Barwick, all of Leeds and all of the UK?

 

Then return to the BBC Bitesize page, and watch the second video, which introduces the names of the seven continents. Can you identify them on Google Earth (zoom out even further), a globe or an atlas you may have at home?

 

A story…

Watch this reading of ‘Lost and Found’ by Oliver Jeffers, or read the book if you have it at home.

https://tinyurl.com/y6s4lypf

Where do you think the boy and his Penguin went? Where might you find penguins? They went to Antarctica, the continent we are going to be learning more about in Geography this half-term.

Back to Google Earth: if they left from the UK, can you see how far they would have had to travel? Can you name any of the oceans they would have had to travel through?

 

Activity

Look at the shape of the continents. For at least one continent, can you draw the shape using chalk outside, or make its shape using any craft materials you might have at home. You could make your own world map, or just stick to one continent, it’s up to you! Given today’s weather, this might be an indoor task unless you wish to make Antarctica using snow!

 

Extra Challenge

Use the attached sheet to plot a route for the boy and the penguin to Antarctica. Write down the names of the oceans they would have to travel through.

1 hour

You could send a picture of your continents, or the route you plotted for the penguin, with the names of the oceans he’d have to cross.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 7th January 2021

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Numbers from 11 to 20

Starter

Let’s start with a counting down video we use at school: https://tinyurl.com/pwl5uoj

Input

Log in to CSK, and follow ‘Numbers from 11 to 20 Lesson Slides’. Please press the play button in the corner of the slides to hear their explanation.

Some key learning comes from slide 12, that we don’t always need to count from 1 to work out what a representation is worth. If we know the first part is worth ten, we can count from there: much easier!

Questions

I’ve attached a sheet with questions for this lesson.

Please choose the level of challenge: they start at D(red), then E(blue), then GD(gold). Pick the one that suits you best today with a grown-up.

Try to complete two varied fluency questions on page one, and two reasoning/ problem solving questions two.

 

You do not have to print the sheet, but can write your answers on paper separately.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

I will be able to see on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

You could also send me a picture of your answers.

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs

Re-read the model text together. Can you begin to use expression when the characters are talking? Think about how the pigs and the wolf are feeling when then talk.

Bad News!

I have some bad news: the little pig that came yesterday has disappeared! Instead I found a new letter from the Big Bad Wolf. It's attached for you to read....

Planning a Poster

We need to catch this wolf! To do this, we will be making ‘Wanted Posters’ tomorrow, so people know we are looking for him. Today are going to plan our posters.

Watch this rocking wolf song to help you to get some ideas of how to describe the wolf. It suggests lots of adjectives to describe the wolf, which you might use.

https://tinyurl.com/y4uz78v2

Role on the wall

I’ve attached a wolf outline (or you can draw your own). On the outside of the wolf, please write words to describe his appearance. For example, long nose or two pointy ears. On the inside of the wolf, write words to describe his personality, for example greedy or nasty.

 

Tomorrow we will use this work to create sentences about the wolf on our posters.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of wolf work.

 

Remember to keep it neat and use your best handwriting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

 

Phonics: wh and ph

Recap

Recap the Phase 3 sounds we’ve already learned:

https://tinyurl.com/y3o9c4qn

 

Can you remember yesterday’s sound? Here’s Geraldine learning all about it.

https://tinyurl.com/y6hqvb63

Writing

Can you write what these images show? They have either the ‘wh’ or the ‘ph’ sound.

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You’ll show through being a fantastic reader when you come back!

 

You could send a picture of your spellings.

Topic

RE: What does it mean to belong?

 

Follow the attached PowerPoint. I’ve added questions to discuss with an adult as you go through the slides.

The task at the end of the PowerPoint is to design a symbol to represent belonging to our class. It’d be great to see your ideas.

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of the symbol you design to represent our class.

Wednesday 6th January 2021

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Counting and Writing Numbers to 20

 

We are starting a new block of learning today about number and place value up to 20.

 

Log in to CSK, and follow ‘Count and Write Numbers to 20 Year 1 Video Tutorial’.

 

Questions

I’ve attached a sheet with questions for this lesson.

Please choose the level of challenge: they start at D(red), then E(blue), then GD(gold). Pick the one that suits you best today with a grown-up.

Try to complete two varied fluency questions on page one, and two reasoning/ problem solving questions two.

 

You do not have to print the sheet, but can write your answers on paper separately.

 

 

 

1 hour

 

I will be able to see on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

You could also send me a picture of your answers.

 

 

English

The Three Little Pigs

 

Read the Model Text for the Three Little Pigs with an adult. This is a very old type of story called a Traditional Tale, which has many versions. Can you join in with any of the parts that repeat?

 

Amazingly, there was a tiny little pig in the classroom this morning, who had brought in a letter! Here he is, sitting safely on Mr Lynn’s laptop.

 

I’ve attached a copy of the letter in the resources folder, it’ll tell you what to do next!

 

 

 

 

1 hour

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your wonderful house designs. Please label the amazing features you put in to make it safe! Remember to keep it neat and use your best handwriting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

Phonics: ph sound

This short Alphablocks clip introduces the ‘ph’ sound. Do you notice it makes the same sound as an ‘f’? https://tinyurl.com/y98q3voo

Reading

Then, use the PowerPoint to practise reading words with the ‘ph’ sound. There’s some long ones to really challenge you!

 

Writing

Ask an adult to read out the following words. Can you try to write the words down?

graph, orphan, phonics

 

Could you then use one of those in a sentence?

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You’ll show through being a fantastic reader when you come back!

Topic

Art: ‘The Big Picture’

 

As part of our learning in art, we are introduced to famous pieces of art from the past. Today, we are looking at ‘Skaters in a Village’ by Hendrick Avercamp (1610).

 

Follow the PowerPoint attached to have a closer look at the painting.

 

Your task then is to draw or paint yourself as a skater, wearing the clothes you would wear today to keep you warm on such a cold day.

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send me a picture of your drawing or painting.

Tuesday 5th January 2021

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Patterns with 2d and 3d shapes

Log in to Classroom Secrets Kids, and follow the lesson slides for ‘Patterns with 2d and 3d Shapes Year 1 Lesson Slides’ to consolidate your learning from yesterday.

Remember that we learned that saying the sequence out loud helps us to learn the pattern. We looked at how the pattern might be created from using different shapes, sizes of shapes or colours.

 

Game

Then try the Year 1 Patterns with 2d and 3d shapes game.

 

Making Your Own Patterns

Either use the attached worksheet, or draw your own repeating patterns using 2d or 3d shape images.

 

 

 

40 minutes

 

I will be able to see on Classroom Secrets Kids. You could also send me a picture of your patterns.

 

 

English

Using ‘and’

On Monday the we were introduced to using ‘and’ to extend a sentence. They we used it to write thank you letters to Santa about our two favourite presents.

 

Today, use this link and watch the video about using ‘and’.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmqtnrd

 

Activity: It Takes Two

Now, write sentences using and about:

  1. Your two favourite things to do.

(e.g. I love playing football and I love painting dragons.)

2) Two places you like to visit.

3) The two smells you dislike the most.

4) You two favourite things to learn about at school.

 

 

 

 40 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send me a picture of the sentences you have written.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

 

Phonics: wh ‘whistling whales whirl’

We learned this sound on Monday in class.  Watch this video to remind you how to say it: https://tinyurl.com/y3hm6n6r

 

Book Hunt

Look through some of your favourite books at home. Can you spot the ‘wh’ sound in any of the words in them? Sound them out carefully to see if you can read them, and make a list of any words you find: good luck!

 

Roll and Read

Play roll and read with the ‘wh’ sound using the attached document. Remember to draw sound buttons to help you!

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

You could send me the list of words you found in your book hunt.

Topic

PE

In PE we have begun to explore balance. We thought about how we can control our bodies to hold a position, and also turn our bodies into letters of the alphabet!

 

Warm Up

Travelling with control around a space. Ask an adult to shout our high, middle or low, and move at that level. For example, high might be stretching on tip toes, middle might be skipping, or hopping, and low might be crawling, commando crawling or bear walking.

 

Alphabet Work

Think of how you could make your body represent a capital letter. Try some such as X, V and A to begin with. Can you hold the position you make for five seconds?

Then, choose your own letters to have a go at, can you think what makes some easier than others?

 

Game

Secretly write down a three letter word. Can you demonstrate each letter in turn to another person? Can they guess your word?

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your letters for me to see: how clear can you make them?

 

Wednesday 11th November 2020

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Can I add together using images.

Today is an introduction to adding using images. See the example at the top of the worksheet, and use two coloured pencils to answer the number sentences.

As an extension, roll a dice at home and try the ‘dice addition sheet’.

 

 

 

25 minutes

 

You could send a picture of your worksheets.

 

 

English

Innovating the story map

 

After completing our own story maps yesterday, the class are ‘innovating’ the class story map of Monkey See – Monkey Do (resources 03.11.20).

To do this, use a printed copy of the story map, and replace the monkeys and the hat seller with new characters. Also change the setting from the forest. You could stick a post-it note over the images to change them to your new ones, or just draw your own ones next to them.

 

See if you can then begin to tell your ‘innovated’ story.

 

 

 

 

 30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your story map, or a video of you retelling the story yourself!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

Phonics: er

 

Watch Geraldine learning today’s sound.

https://tinyurl.com/y45ppezt

Can you remember the other way of spelling the ‘er’ sound, that you’ve already learned?

 

Play ‘Picnic on Pluto’ on www.phonicsplay.co.uk (Phase 3 – er) to practise reading the ‘er’ sound within words.

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

By showing you know the ‘er’ sound when you are back at school.

Topic

RE: Why is Christmas special to Christians?

 

With help, read the excerpt from the Gospel of Luke.

Look back at your picture of a bedroom for a new baby. How different is it to the place where the Gospel says Jesus was born?

Can you write 3 questions that the shepherds might have asked Mary when they got to the stable?

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could your questions in.

Tuesday 10th November 2020

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Can I add together two amounts?

 

To consolidate your adding together learning from yesterday, complete the Add Together worksheet in the resources folder. Again, there is a more challenging Discussion Problem on page 2.

 

 

 

25 minutes

 

You could send a picture of your completing worksheet.

 

 

English

Make your own Story Map

 

Today the class are creating their own story maps for the Monkey See – Monkey Do! story. Have a go yourself. Try to show the main parts of the story on each line, and then use it to see how much of the story you can recall and say out loud from your map?

 

Handwriting: Quick challenge

Look at the PowerPoint, and have a go at forming r, n and m. These are called ‘one armed robot’ letters, because they all start with a ‘down the robot’s body, then up his arm’ movement.

 

 

 

 

 30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your story map, or a video of you retelling the story yourself!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading

 

Phonics: ear

 

To refresh your memory of ‘ear’ from yesterday, you can watch: https://tinyurl.com/grah7xw

 

Then read the comic on Phonicsplaycomics to practise the ear and air sounds together:

https://tinyurl.com/yxmg26xa

 

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

By showing you know the ‘ear’ sound when you are back at school.

Topic

Geography

 

Download the weather chart and begin to record the weather every day. If you have a thermometer at home, you could also record the temperature.

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your chart.

Monday 9th November 2020

 

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Can I add together two amounts?

Log-into Classroom Secrets Kids and work through the ‘Adding Together’ lesson slides and questions.

 

Complete page 1 of the Adding Together worksheet. Page 2 is an extra challenge if you wish to complete it!

 

 

25 minutes

 

I will be able to see you have completed the task on Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

 

English

Character Description Using Adjectives

 

Think of the monkeys from our class story, and watch this clip to see lots of different types of monkeys. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p011l9pf

 

How might you describe these monkeys? Which adjectives might you use?

Create a ‘Wanted Poster’ to catch the monkeys. Use adjectives to describe what they look like, and their cheeky personalities!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your Wanted Poster.

Reading

Phonics: ear

This video introduces today’s sound:

https://tinyurl.com/yyv48mac

Then, can you complete the ‘ear’ read and spell sheet.

 

 

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

You could send a picture of your complete worksheet.

Topic

PE

Practise throwing and catching a ball. How many times can you catch it in a row?

Can you bounce it against the floor and catch it?

Can you bounce it against a wall and then catch it?

 

20 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of you doing this activity.

Friday 6th November 2020

 

Well done for all your hard work this week. Today, you have a Wellbeing Takeaway Day.

 

Thursday 5th November 2020

 

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Can I find number bonds to 10? (day 2)

 

Using your coat hanger or breakfast cereal abacus, can you find and write down all the number bonds to 10? E.g. 10+0=10, 9+1=10 etc.

Play ‘Hit The Button’ to see how quickly you can remember them: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

 

25 minutes

 

 

 

English

Grammar Warm-Up: Nouns:

Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZcka8Zg-uc

Can you spot any nouns in the Monkey See Monkey Do text?

 

Talk For Writing: Monkey See Monkey Do

Try to complete your learning of the story today.

 

10 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could send a picture of your list of nouns.

Reading

Watch this catchy song every day to help you to learn some of your spellings for this week:

https://tinyurl.com/y8wa4jdd

Phonics: Spelling

This week’s spellings were: he, she, we, be, he and chair. Can you put each one in a sentence to help you to learn to spell them?

 

3 minutes

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could email me a picture of your sentences

Topic

Science: The Four Seasons

 

Watch the following video, and try to identify when Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter begin. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkvv4wx/articles/zcx3gk7

Either download from resources, or make your own table of the four seasons, and draw examples of what occurs in each of the seasons, e.g. celebrations, snow, leaves falling off trees.

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could email a photograph of your work.

Wednesday 4th November 2020

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Can I find number bonds to 10?

Log into Classroom Secrets Kids.

Watch the Number Bonds to 10 Video Tutorial. Make your own coat hanger with pegs abacus, or use string and cereal hoops, and practise learning all your number bonds to 10.

 

 

 

25 minutes

 

 

You could email me a picture of what you made to help you practise, and the number sentences you found.

English

Grammar Game: ‘a verb is a doing word’. Watch the video. https://tinyurl.com/mk9rpw3

Then can you act out as many different verbs as you can think of. Can another person in your household guess which verb you are acting out?

 

Talk For Writing: Monkey See Monkey Do

Continue to learn the story using the story map, and by creating your own actions: have a go, don’t worry if you need help with some parts!

 

10 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

20 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

Send some pictures of you acting out verbs to me, and I’ll try to guess what they are!

 

Reading

Watch this catchy song every day to help you to learn some of your spellings for this week:

https://tinyurl.com/y8wa4jdd

 

Phonics: ‘ow’ sound

Watch Mr. Thorne explaining the ‘ow’ sound.

https://tinyurl.com/yxzqp9m4

Can you draw and label any words that have the ‘ow’ sound in them?

3 minutes

 

 

 

10 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You could email me a picture of your drawings.

Topic

RE – Why is Christmas special to Christians?

Look through the PowerPoint. Can you draw a bedroom for and what you would put in it for a very special baby?

Can you write labels for what you’ve put in?

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You can email me a picture of your amazing drawing!

Tuesday 3rd November 2020

 

What is my Remote Learning task?

How long should it take me?

How will my teacher know what I have done?

Maths

Can I find number bonds within 10?

 

Log into Classroom Secrets Kids.

 

View the lesson slides for ‘Number Bonds within 10’, then complete the worksheet in the resources folder.

 

 

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

You could email me a picture of your completed worksheet.

English

Talk For Writing: Monkey See Monkey Do

 

Read through our new story ‘model text’ with a grown up.

 

Then use the ‘story map’ to begin to learn the story: make up your own actions for the pictures on the map.

 

Practise up to the end of the sentence beginning ‘First….’

 

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You will do work you can send to Mr Lynn to do with this story in the next few days.

 

Reading

Watch this catchy song every day to help you to learn some of your spellings for this week:

https://tinyurl.com/y8wa4jdd

 

Phonics: ur sound

 

Watch Geraldine the Giraffe learn the ‘ur’ sound. https://tinyurl.com/z8rjnh5

 

Complete the worksheet to ‘sound button’ different words using the ‘ur’ sound.

 

 

3 minutes

 

 

 

15 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You can email me a picture of your sound button sheet.

Topic

History – Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plot

 

Look at the BBC Bitesize page about Guy Fawkes, and watch the video:  https://tinyurl.com/y5w9tdhv

 

Now imagine you are Guy Fawkes, in the cellar under the houses of parliament, with the gunpowder.

 

Draw a picture of Guy Fawkes in the cellar, and write a speech bubble to show how he might be feeling.

 

30 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

You can email me a picture of your amazing drawing!

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