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Year 1

In the event of the school being closed, please find below work for your child to do at home.  Please check this page regularly for updates.

PE 

9:00 am Live Stream PE with Joe. Subscribe to his YouTube channel for daily 30 minute PE lesson

Phonics & English

You can complete the work on a plain/lined piece of paper or in the exercise book that was provided in the pack that got sent home. 

Story time

Story time with David Walliams at 11:00 each week day on his website/twitter

Phonics Play Login 

Username: march20               Password: home

Easter Activities

Please find below a selection of activities to help keep your child entertained over the Easter holidays. Happy Easter!

Easter Activities

Easter holiday checklist

Easter Home Learning Challenge

Hot cross bun recipe

Easter garden craft

Flower cross craft

Easter egg mindfulness colouring

Easter word search

Easter themed basket craft

Easter recipe booklet 

Easter colour by calculation worksheets

Woven paper egg

Easter chick

Pom pom animal crafts

Woolen Bunny craft

Handprint chicken with chicks

Felt bunny bag

Paper plate Easter basket

Bunny envelope

Natural materials cross

Easter egg window decoration

Egg box chick

Egg box bunny

Easter Stories

The Easter Journal

Saving Easter

Brenda's Boring Egg

Archive

Monday 30.3.20

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To read and write words with the 'oi' sound.

Watch this video Oi words

 

Write the words below.

Boil, coin, joint, noise, toilet

 

Then sound out the pseudo and real words below.

Coil, foil, moil, yoit, hoim, ploit, point, joint, joik

 

Play Buried Treasure

 

Tell someone in your family a sentence with the words: Boil, coin, joint, noise, toilet and write it down.

English

To write a recount about your weekend.

Write about the weekend including finger spaces, full stops, capital letters, time openers ( First, Then, Next, After that, Later, Finally), conjunctions (and, because) and adjectives. Make sure you are writing in the past tense. Use a variety of sentence starters (On Friday, On Saturday, On Sunday, Yesterday)
Maths

To name left and right positions.

I can explain which side is the left.

I can explain which side is the right.

Put your toys in a line and compare the position of your  toys from the left and right hand side. Make a line of toys and talk about the position of each toy. Draw the line of your toys and write a sentence to describe the toys position.

 

Cat, dog, rat, cow, pig, hen

e.g The dog is second from the left and it is fifth from the right.

The cow is fourth from the left and second from the right.

Left and Right song

Ordinal positions from the left and the right

Topic To make animal handprints using paint and your hands. Make animal handprints by painting your hands.

 Tuesday 31.3.20

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To write words with the ‘oy’ sound.

Watch this video  Blending ‘oy’ sound

Write down the following words and sentences.

Joy, enjoy, Annoy, oyster, Boy, employ

 I enjoy learning things at school.

An oyster is found in a shell and it lives in the sea.

There are 28 children in my class and ten of them are boys.

My siblings are very annoying.

 

Play Obb and Bob

English To write a recount. Write about what you did yesterday including finger spaces, full stops, capital letters, time openers ( First, Then, Next, After that, Later, Finally), conjunctions (and, because) and adjectives. Make sure you are writing in the past tense
Maths To name different positions.

Complete the worksheet 

Describing the position of objects from the left and right

(If you are unable to download and print this worksheet, please work from the computer screen and write answers on a sheet of paper)

Extension: complete worksheets in the pack linked to positions.

Topic

 

Science

Minibeast Adventures with Jess - Crazy Critters

Go outside and go on a mini beast hunt. Take some photos and draw some pictures of the mini beasts you find.

In the morning try making Paddington bear toast for breakfast.

Wednesday 1.4.20

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics

To read words with different phase 5 sounds. 

 

To write sentences using words with phase 5 sounds.

Watch the Phase 5 sounds song 

Phase 5 phonics

 

Read a range of phase 5 words

Lake, hail, played,

Cube, argue, chew, glue

Night, kite, cries, fly

Leaf, meet, complete

 

Write 5 sentences using the words above.

Play games on phonics play
English To be able to write words with the prefix 'un'.

Prefix Un

Prefixes

Using the ‘un’ prefix powerpoint

 

Un is a prefix. A prefix goes at the start of a root word and changes its meaning.

Tied   - untied     Successful – unsuccessful

Kind – unkind      Helpful – unhelpful

 

Write the opposite to the words below. Make sure they start with the prefix un.

Tidy, kind, tie, cover, fold, like, dress, do, pack

 

Extension. Draw a picture of a big flower on a large piece of paper. Write the prefix 'Un-' in the middle of the flower and write a root word for each petal. 

Maths To be able to say 1 more and 1 less than nay number up to 100.

Write down 1 more and 1 less than the numbers below.

 

Red Group: 5, 12, 17, 9, 19, 14, 7, 3

Yellow Group:18,25,28,33,46,34,47,22,55, 

Green Group:16,21,32,36,41,49,53,64,78,85,91,97

 (The children should know which colour group they start with. Once they have completed their colour group they can move onto the others)

e.g.    1 less                      1 more

            12              13            14

 

Then play the one more one less card game in the pack.

Topic To make a mini beast hotel using different resources.

Read the letter from Bertie Beetle.

Go outside and make a mini beast hotel in your garden. 

Can spot the imperative verbs on the instruction sheet?

 Thursday 2.4.20

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To write words with the ‘ph’ sound.

Flashcards Time Challenge

 

Read the following words and sentence.

photo, phonics, graph, nephew, sphere, orphan

There is a photograph of a sphere and a graph sat school.

 

Write the words below.

Alphabet               Elephant

Phonics                Photograph

Dolphin                 Autograph

Phone                   Telephone

Play Dragons Den  - ph
English To form letters correctly.

Spelling test

 

Handwriting – write the words on the lines 3/4 times. Make sure you form the letters correctly.

Old, out, could, called, children, couldn’t

 

Play Tricky Word Trucks - Phase 5a words

Maths

Make Paddington bear cupcakes.

Use scales, talk about how many bun cases you will need ( 4 rows of 3), the unit of measure and how long they take to cook.

 

Mathletics

Topic

PE

Watch a Cosmic yoga video on YouTube.

 Friday 3.3.20

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To read a range of tricky words.

Watch the videos below

Tricky words and sight words

Phase 3 Tricky words song

Phase 4 Tricky words song

Phase 5 tricky words song

Sight word rap 5

 

Read the sentences below.

We need the car soon because we want to get to the shops before they shut.

The other men got there before lunch.

Their scout hut was made from wood.

Four sheep went to the right but only  two went to the left.

He goes for a run in the morning.

English To write sentences with words with the prefix 'un'.

Write sentences with the following words.

untidy, unkind, untie, unlike, undo, unpack, unhappy, unwell, unlock, unlucky

 

Complete the un sheet in your pack.

 

Extension: Print off one of the dice nets. Write down various root words that could take the prefix 'Un-'. Roll the dice, get your child to give you the word with the prefix 'Un-' and explain the meaning.

Maths

Mathletics 

Please do assigned activities linked to positions.

 

Complete the addition and subtraction to 20 spring mosaic and I spy and count to 20 in the Spring Maths Activity Booklet which was sent home in the pack.

Topic

 

Art

To make a picture of a bear using different resources and techniques.

Make a bear using a fork

Make an Origami Paddington bear

Monday 23.3.2020

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To write words with different ‘a’ sounds.

Write the 10 words below.

Hail, snail, rain

Thursday, bay, stay

Cake, stake, make, made

 

Then sound out the pseudo and real words below.

Haim, thrake, ayn, aif, snail, bake, lake, away aim, came, claim, hain, cane

 

Alternative spellings for ai

English

To be able to write a recount.

Write about the weekend including finger spaces, full stops, capital letters, time openers ( First, Then, Next, After that, Later, Finally), conjunctions (and, because) and adjectives. Make sure you are writing in the past tense. Use a variety of sentence starters (On Friday, On Saturday, On Sunday, Yesterday)
Maths To be able to write the number bonds to 10.

Write down the number bonds to 10. Try and write down two addition and two subtraction equations for each number bond.

e.g

1+9 = 10

9+1 = 10

10-1 = 9

10-9 = 1

Use different resources to help with counting.

Number bonds to 10

 

Jungle Maths Number Bonds to 10

Topic

 

Science

To be able to name and identify common flowering plants. Look at pictures of different flowers and go for a walk to see if you can find any flowers.  Then draw a picture of a garden and name and label some flowers and flowering plants.

 Tuesday 24.3.2020

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To be able to write words with the 'ay' sound.

Write the Days of the week and the following words:

Day, bay, played, stayed, lay

 

Then write the following sentences:

I go to school five days a week.

I played a game.

I lay down when I go to bed.

On Thursday I have a spellings test.

The acorn was in a paper box.

The snail ate the cake and walked the wrong way.

 

Differentiated ay sheets

English To be able to write a recount.

Write about what you did yesterday including finger spaces, full stops, capital letters, time openers ( First, Then, Next, After that, Later, Finally), conjunctions (and, because) and adjectives. Make sure you are writing in the past tense. 

 

Imperative verbs are bossy words that are used when we are giving instructions.

Think of some imperative verbs (draw, tidy, play, go, wash, brush, put, stir, cut, slice, peel, mix, take, move) and include them in an instruction. Then tell someone your instruction and what imperative verb you have used.

The imperative verbs song.

Imperative verb posters

Maths To be able to write the number bonds to 20.

Write down the number bonds to 20. Try and write down two addition and two subtraction equations for each number bond.

e.g

1+19 = 20

19+1 = 20

20-1 = 19

20-19 = 1

Use different resources to help with counting.

Number bonds to 20 Worksheet

 

Number bonds to 20 game.

Jungle Maths Number Bonds to 20

Topic

 

RE

To be able to write an alternative word for ‘great’. Write an alternative word to 'great' and decorate it using lots of bright colours, patterns, paint, glitter, sequins etc.

 Wednesday 25.3.2020

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To be able to write words with different ‘I’ sounds.

Write the following words:

 Find, pie, tie, tried, cries, fried, flies, Flight, sight, might, night,

 

Then write the sentence below.

I could not find the bike.  

I had a fried egg with my pie for lunch.

 

Read the words on the videos.

ie words video

igh words

 

Obb and Bob

English To be able to draw pictures and write an instruction for what you do on a school day.

Talk about what you do on a normal day before you go to school. Then draw a picture for each step, number the pictures and write an instruction. (pictures for the school day)

e.g Get out of bed.

Brush my teeth.

Put on my clothes.

Eat my breakfast.

Put on my shoes.

Walk to school.
Maths To be able to name positions.

Ordinal Number from 1st to 10th.

Make a line of toys and talk about the position of each toy. Then draw the line of toys and write a sentence to describe the position of each toy.

 

Cat, dog, rat, cow, pig, hen

e.g The dog is second

The cow is fourth.

 

Ordinal Numbers 1-10

Topic

 

Science

To be able to identify common animals.

Talk about different common animals and the animals you saw at the zoo. Draw a picture of a common animal and write a sentence about which group it belongs to. Is it a reptile, mammal, amphibians, birds or fish, carnivore, omnivore or herbivore?

 

Animal Classification

BBC Teach Identify animals

 Thursday 26.3.2020

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics

Read the following words and sentence

Happy, candy, sunny, funny, family

Dry, July, try , fly

I was happy when I wasn’t crying.

 

Then write the words below.

By, cry, spy, shy, sky, my, fly

Baby, bunny, cheeky, sleepy, hungry, lucky , sticky

 

Y as a I sound - video

English To be able to draw pictures for instructions.

Spelling Test


Make a jam/marmalade sandwich and draw a picture for each stage.You will need to draw 6 pictures.  Use the pictures for a jam sandwich to help you.

 

How to make a marmalade sandwich powerpoint.

Maths To be able to name positions in a queue.

Ordinal numbers power point

Complete two ordinal number worksheets from their pack.

 

Ordinal numbers sheet 1

Topic

PE

Watch a Cosmic yoga video on YouTube.

 Friday 27.3.2020

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To be able to write a selection of tricky words.

Write the words below.

After, were, over, looked, asked, friends, please, really, because, once

 

Then read the sentences below.

Please can I go to my friends?

After that I went to the park.

I looked at the menu.

Mark and Jeff were tired.

Mr Gruber is kind because he bought Paddington’s paintings.

 

Have a go at writing your own sentence with after, were, over, looked, asked, friends, please, really, because or once.

English To be able to write instructions for how to make a marmalade sandwich. Write an instruction for each picture you drew yesterday. Try and include the imperative verb at the start. Then underline the imperative verb.
Maths

Mathletics

Complete two pages of the Spring Maths booklet.

Topic To draw a picture of Paddington. Draw a picture of Paddington and sketch a picture of Paddington. 

Friday 20.3.2020

Subject What we are learning Activity
Phonics To be able to write a selection of tricky words.

Write the following words:

Horse, couldn’t, we’re, pulled, coming, giant

 

Then read the sentences below.

The horse ran down the steep hill.

I couldn’t go on the trip because I was ill.

I am coming to your party.

The giant was at the top of the beanstalk.

 

Then write some sentences with the ‘ear’ sound.

The man had a beard.

The tear rolled down her cheek.

I can see a loud sound.

English To be able to write a recount. Keep a diary and write a recount about yesterday including finger spaces, full stops, capital letters, time openers, conjunctions and adjectives. Make sure you write in the past tense. Can you give some examples of words in the past tense?
Maths To be able to count in 2's and 5's to 100.

Count in 2's and 5's. Draw around your hand to help you with counting in 5's and use different resources. Try and write down 2's and 5's to 100. Look at the pattern.

 

Then answer 3 multiplication problems and draw a pictorial representation.

3 lots of 5

4 lots of 2

5 lots of 5
Topic To be able to talk about a time when you felt proud.

What does proud mean? When have you felt proud?

Draw a picture of a time when you have felt proud and write a sentence to go with it.