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Minimum expectations when working

  • All work to be completed in pencil, please do not use a pen.
  • All pieces of work must be dated by the children. The date should be numerical e.g. 4.1.22.
  • Once children have been supported (if required) at the start of a lesson, they should be as independent as possible for completing the work set.
  • Children should be encouraged to write in a pre-cursive style.
  • Children should independently read their sentence to check for capital letters, full stops and missing words. 
  • After they have completed a piece of work, please identify the incorrect spelling of key words (up to a maximum of 3 only) and write these on a piece of paper for the children to copy out correctly 3 times.

Gipping Class / Year 1

Please complete the work below and upload photos on Class Dojo of the work that has been produced.

Monday 17th January

Subject Activity
Phonics

Read the GPC's: igh ie i i-e e y ea wh oe ou

Read the words hairy boulder grew spread breakfast goes

Read the tricky words could would should

Say the new GPC y (igh)

Say the tricky word  who

Practise oral blending spy fly dry reply defy why by my

Spell the words fly, dry and who

Read the sentence below.

The bird is trying to fly.

English Draw a picture of your own animal. Write one or two verbs to describe how it is moving, where it lives or can be found and three adjectives to describe it.
Handwriting

Write the digraph 12 times and each word 6 times using pre cursive handwriting.

ou, sound and found

Maths

Watch the video. Complete activities on Mathletics.

Art 

Listen to the story called King Cuthbert's Birthday and 

apply the colour in a single curved stroke starting with yellow then red and then blue. Try and develop the use of artist’s rag in cleaning and preparing for a new colour.

Tuesday 18th January

Subject Activities
Phonics

Read the GPC's: oa o oe ou y ea wh

Read the words smelly spy reply paper true woe

Read the tricky words could would should who

Say the new GPC ow (oa)

Say the tricky word  whole

Practise oral blending follow snow grow yellow show window

Spell the words grow yellow + whole

Read the sentence below.

The yellow sun shines in my window.

English

Write your own poem using the work from the previous lessons to help you. Write the title 'Come and see the animals'

Then write about picture one and two. Remember to use pre cursive handwriting, finger spaces, capital letters, full stops, verbs with the suffix -ing and adjectives.

Handwriting

Write the digraph 12 times and each word 6 times using pre cursive handwriting. 

oy destroy and enjoy

Maths Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
RE Watch the parable called  The Lost Son Returns I Stories of God I Animated Children´s Bible Stories| Holy Tales Bible Stories - YouTube with no sound. What was it about? Now watch the parable with sound and see if you were right. Where was God in the parable? How could this story be passed on? What does Jesus want his followers to know about God? When did you feel alone, lost or needed help?
Science

What common animals can you name? Are some of them mammals, amphibians, reptiles, fish and birds?  Watch the videos below.

What are mammals? - BBC Bitesize

What are amphibians? - BBC Bitesize

What are birds? - BBC Bitesize

What are fish? - BBC Bitesize

What are reptiles? - BBC Bitesize

Animal Song - YouTube

What animals do you find in the Autumn? Would you find the same animals in the Winter? Why? Draw pictures of the animals you can find in the Autumn. When you are drawing the pictures think about the features of the animals and the different body parts. Write the names of the animals underneath.

Wednesday 19th January

Subject Activities
Phonics

Read the GPC's: j y ea wh ow oe ou

Read the words carry dry snow show shaking amaze

Read the tricky words could would should who whole

Say the new GPC g (j)

Say the tricky word  where

Practise oral blending gem giant magic energy danger huge

Spell the words huge magic + where

Read the sentence below.

The giant has a huge gem on its finger.

English

Watch the videos below on adding the suffix er and plurals.

Nessy Spelling Strategy | Plurals -s -es | Learn to Spell - YouTube

Singular & Plural Nouns by Adding ES | English Grammar For Kids with Elvis | Grade 1 - YouTube

The -er Suffix - YouTube

Write the dictated sentences below.

If I run quicker I get hot.

I am colder than you.

I can jump higher than my friend.

I am faster than Ben.

I am slower than a cheetah.

I like to eat sandwiches.

I like to eat kitkats.

Peter left the garden and he ran back home.

The bird is flying and tweeting.

Handwriting

Write the digraph 12 times and each word 6 times using pre cursive handwriting. 

ea, least and treat

Maths Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
PE Join in with Cosmic Yoga.
History History as living memory. What you did yesterday, this morning, 2 minutes ago, last week and a year ago? What things have happened to you in the past? This is history in  living memory because you can remember things that have happened in the past. Do you think your list would be the same as your friends? Make a list of things that have happened to you and things that have happened to others.

Thursday 20th January

Subject Activities
Phonics

Read the GPC's: f g y ea wh ow oe ou

Read the words yellow follow energy brownie shower danger

Read the tricky words could would should who whole where

Say the new GPC ph (f)

Say the tricky word two

Practise oral blending phone photo dol/phin ele/phant alpha/bet tri/umph

Spell the words phone photo + two

Read the sentence below.

I can take a photo of the dolphin with my phone.

English  Continue to write your own poem. Today focus on animals 3,4,5,6 depending on how many animals you have drawn. Remember to use pre cursive handwriting, finger spaces, capital letters, full stops, verbs with the suffix ing and adjectives.
Handwriting

Write the digraph 12 times and each word 6 times using pre cursive handwriting. 

 

ir, third and first

Maths Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
Science

Talk about the season we are in. Watch  All About Winter Weather | Winter Season for Kids - YouTube

What is the weather like? What happens in this season? What kinds of clothes do we wear? What animals do we see? What happens to the length of the days? Write some sentences to answer the questions above.

 

The weather is .....

In Winter you wear .....

The days get ....... and the nights are .....

In Winter the trees are ....

In Winter animals .....

Friday 21st January

Subject Activities
Phonics

Read the GPC's: ph g y ea wh ow oe ou

Read the words follow snow yellow crown crowd howl elephant giant fly snow phone window dry why energy huge gem show yellow photo triumph

Read the tricky words could would should who whole where two

Spell the words why and show

Write the sentence below.

A feather from the bird fell to the ground.

English

Spelling Test

Edit your work from yesterday. Read through your poem and make sure you have included capital letters, full stops, adjectives, verbs ending with the suffix ing, the place where the animal can be found, pre cursive handwriting and have spelt tricky words like 'was' correctly. 

 

Handwriting

Write the digraph 12 times and each word 6 times using pre cursive handwriting. 

 

ie cried and fried

Maths Watch the video and complete the worksheet.
PSHE Listen to the story Dinosaurs and all that rubbish’. Highlight that we have a responsibility to meet the needs of others and living things in our neighbourhood. Make a list of things that harm our neighbourhood. Then create a poster with a  neighbourhood pledge.

Monday 10th January

Subject Activity
Phonics

Read the GPC's: ee ea e u-e u ue ay a a-e ie i i-e 

Read the words beach these even heap between least want  water

Say the new GPC y (ee)

Practise oral blending happy silly funny hairy carry smelly

Spell the words happy funny + water

Read the sentence below.

Look at the happy children being silly on the beach.

English Read the poem called 'Please don't feed the animals'.  Talk about the structure of the poem. What words rhyme? How do you know they rhyme? What do rhyming words have? Where are the capital letters and full stops? Why do some words have es and s on the end? When does a word need es?
Maths

Watch the add by counting on video.

Complete some assigned tasks on Mathletics.

Pm - Art Mixing colours. If you have paint at home, have a go at mixing red, blue and yellow together to make new colours.

Tuesday 11th January

Subject Activity
Phonics

Read the GPC's: e y ir aw ue u ew ow

Read the words smelly growl bench silly fever third

Say the new GPC ea (e)

Say the tricky word  any

Practise oral blending feather head bread ready break/fast spread

Spell the words head bread + any

Read the sentence below.

Is there any bread for breakfast?

English Act out the poem. What actions could you do for the animals? How might they move?
Maths

Complete some assigned tasks on Mathletics.

Watch a White Rose Maths video and complete the worksheet.

RE

 

Enquire into what Jesus wants to say about God in his parables

Watch The Lost Sheep’ video.

In a Parable Box Tom and Tessa have a sheep. Draw 2 other things to put in the Parable Box to help tell this story. Then write at least two questions about the story.

Imagine you have to pass the story on to the children in Reception or nursery or to the headteacher? How would you do it? Draw your own picture to help you pass on the story. 

Then draw a picture of a shepherd and write a list of words to describe him.

Wednesday 12th January

Subject Activity
Phonics

Read the GPC's: w e y ir aw ue u ew

Read the words head bread hairy happy winking checking

Say the new GPC wh (w)

Say the tricky word  many

Practise oral blending when whisper wheel white whale whimper

Spell the words wheel white + many

Read the sentence below.

I feel happy when the whale is near me in the water.

English

Read the poem again and then write a list of animals. Don't copy the names of the animals, sound them and write them phonetically. Remember a list is one idea below another. Don't forget to use pre cursive handwriting.

Maths

Complete some assigned tasks on Mathletics.

Watch the add ones using number bonds video and complete the worksheet.

PSHE

 Identify people and places in your local community. Explore term ‘neighbour’. Think of ways to be a good neighbour to people in the local community. Draw a range of pictures to show how you can be a good friend.

PE

Join in with a Joe Wicks workout on YouTube.

Thursday 13th January

Subject Activity
Phonics

Read the GPC's: oa o o-e e y ea wh ir aw ue u ew

Read the words floating stone woke explode most open

Say the new GPC  (oe, ou)

Say the tricky word again

Practise oral blending toe woe goes shoulder boulder

Spell the words toe, shoulder again

Read the sentence below.

I was sitting on a boulder with my toes in the water.

English

 Draw pictures of 5 animals from the story. Then write 3 adjectives to describe the animals.

Write a sentence for each animal using the adjectives and the conjunction and.

Maths

Complete some assigned tasks on Mathletics.

Watch the             and complete the

Pm

Science

Go outside and identify things that have changed since before Christmas. Then investigate what the leaves are like now? Do all plants have leaves? Do the trees have as many leaves as before? What do we call trees with no leaves or trees that lose their leaves? What do we call trees that keep their green leaves? Can you see an evergreen tree?

 

Make a list of all the things you know about Winter.

Friday 14th January

Subject Activity
Spellings Spelling test
Phonics

Read the GPC's: e y ea wh oa o ir aw ue u ew

Read the words feather spread ready eating least treat whale wheel shoulder breakfast toe head smelly hairy silly whisper white whimper goes boulder bread

Say the tricky words want water any many again

Spell the words carry whisper

Write the sentence below.

A joke can be funny or silly.

English

 Write a verb to go with each animal to describe how it moves. Try and include the suffix -ing. Then write a sentence for each animal using the verbs.

Maths

Complete some assigned tasks on Mathletics.

Write the number bonds to ten and twenty.

Watch the             and complete the

Pm

Create a poster about the importance of trees.

Finish watching the Lorax for Tree Day.