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Gipping Class / Year 1

Work for Pupils at Home

Useful Resources:

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Callum's PE Timetable

Here is a weekly timetable for keeping active during lockdown. There are three activities each day, one for just after breakfast, after lunch and after home school, choose when or how many you want to do work with your family. These are key times of the day to get active in and around your other learning. It's a fact that exercising before learning improves how well you learn.
In addition, there's also three challenges per week, on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon. If you want to, record yourself doing the challenge and we will be giving out some prizes, so you may win.  Please see on the link how to enter. 

Week 3

Handwriting - please work through the handwriting booklet. 
Click on the video to see how each letter is formed.
Reading
Please make sure you are listening to child read daily to help improve fluency and asking them questions to improve their comprehension skills.
In Guided Reading this week we were going to be looking at the story ???????????? You may like to read this with your child and get them to complete the 1 star comprehension questions.
Please can you make sure all work is completed using a pencil as we do not use pens in Year 1.

Monday 25th January

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To read and write words with the 'oo' digraph.

Flashcards - (Miss Jacksons video)

Watch Phonics Chant┃long · short oo ∥ Double Letter Vowels┃Spotlight on One Phonics - YouTube

oo phonics sound - YouTube

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Moon, spoon, soon, food

 My tooth hurts.

The moon comes out at night.

The cat is on the roof.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'oo' words?

 

Write the words and the sentence below

Cool, groom, tooth, shoot, roof

I lost my tooth.

I eat food with a spoon.

 

Play Picnic on Pluto with the digraph 'oo'.

Racoon on the moon. (Miss Jackson's video)

Spellings

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To create a list of words linked to the pictures on the story map.
  • What keywords would you need to explain the pictures on the story map?
  • How do you spell ………….?
  • What imperative verbs could you include?

    Blue Group  and Orange Group- 3/4 keywords per picture

    Pink Group  -  2 keywords per picture

    Purple Group - 1 keyword per picture.

Maths To find 1 more and 1 less than any given number between 0-50.

What is one more than 27, 34, 22, 48, 19?

What is one less than 31, 42, 25, 17, 36?

What number is one less than 34 and one more than 32?

Complete the worksheet

Then complete the worksheet 1 less and 1 more ( Blue ***, Orange **, Pink and Purple *)

Blue Group - Q1-4

Orange Group - Q1-3

Pink Group  -  Q1-2

Purple Group - Hide-a-Saurus 1more and 1 less worksheet

Art

To make imaginative responses to story stimulus through the use of colour.     

To understand the technique of mixing colours through adding small amounts of dark to light.

Listen to the story of ‘The Princess and the Pea’ (Miss Jacksons video). Then talk about how to add a dark colour to light colour when mixing two colours together. Then ask your child to apply paint in horizontal lines (using stroking techniques from previous sessions) to build up mattresses each of a different mixed colours. Remind them to use water and the artist’s rag (this can be a tissue or a sheet of newspaper) when mixing and applying colour for a new mattress.

Tuesday 26th January

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To read and write words and sentences including the 'ue' digraph.

Flashcards with Miss Jackson

Watch ue | Fun Phonics | How to Read | Made by Kids vs Phonics - YouTube

The UE (YOU) Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

UE and OO | Similar Sounds | Sounds Alike | How to Read | Made by Kids vs Phonics - YouTube

 

Read the words, questions and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Clue, glue, due

What is the clue?

A clue helps you guess something.

It is true.

 

Write the words below

Blue, true, cue

Play Dragons Den with the digraph ‘ue’
Spellings

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To  write a set of instructions to explain how to catch a bird.

What would you put at the end of the question?

What goes at the end of look and go?

What imperative verbs could you use?

How will you start your instructions?

Talk about the instruction you will write using the first picture on your story map and the word bank you created in the previous lesson.

Then begin to write the set of instructions.

This activity will be completed tomorrow.

Maths To compare objects and numbers within 50.

Complete Worksheet 1 and Worksheet 2 

Blue Group - Worksheet 1 Q1a-d and worksheet 2 Q1 - 2

Orange Group - Worksheet 1 Q1a-d and worksheet 2 Q1 

Pink Group  - Worksheet 1 Q1a- c

Purple Group - Complete the Princess and the Pea sequencing activity

Science To describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals).

Animals vary in many ways having different structures e.g. wings, tails, ears etc. They also have different skin coverings e.g. scales, feathers, hair. These key features can be used to identify them. Look at the power point and complete the worksheets.

Activity 1 - Label your own animal  See if you can draw an animal from each of the groups.

Storytime with Miss Jackson - Baby Animals

Wednesday 27th January

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To be able to read and write words and sentences including the 'or' digraph.

Flashcards with Miss Jackson

Watch CVC Words with the OR Sound Phonics - YouTube

Phonics: OR Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

Orlando Horse: r-controlled vowel digraph 'or' by phab fonics - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Horns, port, short, born, form, fork, horse, sword, sport

There is a storm in the north.

A goat has a horn on its head.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'or' words?

 

Write the words and sentences below.

Storm, north, torch, former, pork, corn, for, cork

I like roast pork.

The sword is sharp.

 

Play Picnic on Pluto with the digraph 'or'.

Spellings

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English Continue and complete the set of instructions you started yesterday.
Maths

To order numbers to 50. 

Look at the power point and complete the worksheet.

Blue Group & Orange Group - Q 1-3

Pink Group  - Q1-2

Purple Group -Look at the power point and complete the Number ordering worksheet.

Assembly 

1.15pm

Open the Book Join us at 1.15pm for Collective worship. Watch the open the book video with your family.
History To be able to talk about history as living memory.

History is linked to past events so things that have already happened. Look at a piece of work you completed yesterday and talk about it. What did you do? What have you learnt? This is an example of history in living memory.

What you did yesterday, this morning, 2 minutes ago, last week, a year ago, when you were a baby? It is might be tricky trying to remember what you did last year or a week ago but try your best. Will your ideas be the same for everyone? This is another example of history in living memory.

Activity 1 - sequence a set of cards into the order you complete the activities.

Extension activity - Look at the power point and then sort the cards and put them onto the correct posters.

Finish the History lesson by watching BBC Watch Magic Grandad - Florence Nightingale - YouTube

Thursday 28th January

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To read and write words and sentences including the 'aw' digraph.

Flashcards with Miss Jackson

Watch The AW Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

aw phonics sound - YouTube

Geraldine the Giraffe learns /aw/ - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Jaw, claw, flaw, straw, yawn, dawn, draw, saw

The prawn was drawing a picture.

I use a saw to cut wood.

There is straw in the barn.

You must not break the law

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'aw' words?

 

Write the words below.

Law, paw, lawn, hawk, prawn

 

Play Buried Treasure with the 'aw' digraph.

Spellings

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To punctuate a question using a question mark.

Watch the BBC Bitesize video and complete the activity underneath.

  • What is a question mark?
  • Where does a question mark go?
  • What kinds of words are used at the start of questions?
  • Can you think of some questions?

Questions are sentences that ask you something.

They usually end with a question mark.

Complete worksheet 1 and Worksheet 2.

Purple - Making a sentence worksheet

Maths To count in 2s to 50.

Look at power point 1 and 2 and then complete the worksheet.

Blue Group - Q1-5

Orange Group - Q 1-4

Pink Group  - Q1-3

Purple Group - Q1-2 and Missing numbers counting in 2s to 20

Extension - Counting in 2's worksheet

PE Yoga

Three Billy Goats Gruff – Little Yoga Stars - Episode 11 - The Three Billy Goats Gruff | Kids Yoga for Children by Little Yoga Stars - YouTube

Fernando the Silver Fox | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Storytime with Mrs Kemp -

Friday 29th January

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To read and write some Phase 5 tricky words.

HFW with Miss Jackson

Watch Tricky Words and Sight Words Song - YouTube

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when - YouTube

Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To - YouTube

 

Write the tricky words and the sentences below.

Mr, looked

I looked online.

I looked out of the clear window.

Mr Bean is on TV.

Play Tricky Word Trucks using the phase 5a tricky words.

Mental Maths To recognise 2D shapes.

2D shapes with Miss Jackson

English

 Spelling test. 

Then write sentences using your spellings. Remember to use pre cursive handwriting,  include capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

Watch the two videos below about capital letters and full stops.

The Sentence Song - 'Capital Letter' + 'Full Stop' Version | Scratch Garden - YouTube

The Capital Letters and Full Stops Song (A MUST for any KS1 class!) - YouTube

Blue Group - Write at least 8 sentences and try to include the conjunction 'and'.

Orange Group  - Write at least 6 sentences.

Pink Group  -  Write at least 4 sentences.

Purple Group -  Write 2 sentences. (Make sure you write the initial and end sounds in each word in your sentence.)

Maths To count in 5s and 10s to 50.

Look at the power point. Complete the worksheet.

Blue Group - Q1-5

Orange Group - Q 1-4

Pink Group  - Q1-3

Purple Group - Numbers 15,16,17,18

PSHE

To learn that you belong to different groups and communities such as family and school.

To learn to share your opinions on things that matter to you and explain your views thorough discussions.

 Look at the power point.

  • What is Britain?
  • What is it like to live in Britain?
  • What 3 things you know about Britain?

Look at a map of UK. Look at some photographs linked to Britain.

  • What do the images tell us about living in Britain?
  • What do you like best about living in Britain?

 

Complete the Living in Britain worksheet 

Monday 1st February

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics

To read and write words and sentences 

including the 'wh' digraph.

Watch The WH Sound | Phonics Video | Scratch Garden - YouTube

WH Digraph Sound | WH Song and Practice | ABC Phonics Song with Sounds for Children - YouTube

wh phonics sound - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

When, wheel, whip, whisk, what, wheat, whale

The whisk waited while the whale jumped.

What is the matter?

Whales live in the sea.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'wh' words?

 

Write the words and sentences below.

Why, where, white, while, whisker

A cat has whiskers.

I have four wheels on my car.

 

Play Picnic on Pluto with the digraph ' wh'
Spellings Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.
English To discuss the story and talk about the setting and characters.

Listen to ....................... (Miss Jackson's video)

  • Where was the story set?
  • Who is the main character?
  • Who are the characters?
  • What is the story about?
  • What is the message in the story?
Maths
Art To develop an understanding of and make responses to the work of artist Jasper Johns. To identify what they might change or develop in their future work.

Look at ‘Zero through Nine’ by Jasper Johns. First use a chalk or crayon to draw numbers 0 to 9 in different directions and sizes to fill the paper. Explain to your child that they can rotate the paper and use numbers fitted inside each other to echo the work of Jasper Johns. Encourage them children to experiment with mixing a different colour for each shape.

Tuesday 2nd February

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics

To read and write words and sentences

including the 'ph' digraph.

Watch The PH Sound | Phonics Video | Scratch Garden - YouTube

The PH Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

ph | Fun Phonics | How to Read | Made by Kids vs Phonics - YouTube

ph words - Phonics - phone, sphere, dolphin - YouTube

 

Read the words, questions and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Graph, phase, photograph, alphabet, dolphin, photo, phantom

I have a photo of a dolphin on my phone.

 

Write the words below

Phone, elephant, phonics, orphan, nephew, telephone

Play Dragons Den with the digraph ‘ph’

Spellings Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.
English To act out parts of a story.
  • What actions would you do for page 1 and 2 of the story?
  • How could you show the part where .....................?
Maths
Science To be able to identify common animals and sort them into groups.

What are the 5 different animal groups? (Animal groups  - mammals, fish, reptiles, birds, amphibians) Look at the power point. Where might you place a picture of a cat, snake, sparrow, elephant, shark, duck and dog? Complete the sorting the animals sheet.

Wednesday 3rd February

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics

To read and write words and sentences 

including the 'ue' digraph.

Watch the videos The UE (OO) Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

The UE (YOU) Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

ue | Fun Phonics | How to Read | Made by Kids vs Phonics - YouTube

Sue's Blue Glue: long vowel sound 'u' (ue) by phab fonics - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Blue, true, cue, argue

I use glue to stick things together.

I argue with my sister.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'ue' words?

 

Write the words and sentences below.

Clue, glue, due, fuel

I like blue and red.

I need to put fuel in my car.

Play Picnic on Pluto with the digraph 'ue'.
Spellings Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.
English To sequence a set of pictures linked to the story.

What picture would go first in the sequence?

Why wouldn’t we put the picture that shows .........first?

Talk about how to order pictures from left to right. Then sequence and number the pictures.

Blue Group - Sequence ......... picture.

Orange Group - Sequence ......... pictures.

Pink Group  - Sequence ......... pictures.

Purple Group - Sequence ......... pictures.

Maths
Assembly Join us at 1.15pm for Collective worship. Watch the open the book video with your family.
IT To use drag and drop accurately.  

 

To organise a set of instructions in a logical sequence (algorithm).  

To break down (decompose) the steps needed to solve a problem.  

studio.code.org - Course A  Lesson 2: Learn to Drag and Drop 

Click and drag to finish the puzzles. 

 

studio.code.org - Course A Lesson 3: Happy Maps (unplugged) 

Write instructions to get the Flurb to the fruit. 

Thursday 4th February

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To read and write words and sentences including the 'ew' digraph.

Watch Sound Different | ew(few) ew(flew) | 3 Phonics Readers | Go Phonics 4C Unit 15-17 | EFL - YouTube

ew phonics sound - YouTube

ew phonics sound - YouTube

Phonics Doodles, -ew family, ew words Cambridge International Examinations - YouTube

ew - Phonics - chew, flew, blew - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

New, chew, grew, few, dew, drew

The crew were new.

The wind blew fast.

I got a new jumper for a Christmas.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'ew' words?

 

Write the words and sentences below.

Blew, screw, threw, flew, crew, yew

I chew my food.

I drew a picture of a screw.

 

Play Buried Treasure with the 'ew' digraph
Spellings Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.
English To create a story map.
Maths
PE

Friday 5th February

Subject What we are learning Activities
Phonics To read and write Phase 5 tricky words.

Watch Tricky Words and Sight Words Song - YouTube

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when - YouTube

Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To - YouTube

 

Write the tricky words and the sentences below.

Asked, could

 

I asked for a pair of earrings for Christmas.

I asked for a new phone for my birthday.

Could you please come here?

I could eat all the sweets.

 

Play Tricky Word Trucks using the phase 5a tricky words.

English

Spelling test. 

Then write sentences using your spellings. Remember to use pre cursive handwriting,  include capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

Blue Group - Write at least 8 sentences and try to include the conjunction 'and'.

Orange Group  - Write at least 6 sentences.

Pink Group  -  Write at least 4 sentences.

Purple Group -  Write 2 sentences. (Make sure you write the initial and end sounds in each word in your sentence.)

Maths
PSHE

To learn to identify and respect the difference and similarities between people.

To learn that people and other living things have rights and that everyone has responsibilities to protect those rights.

To discuss ways in which we are the same as all other people, what we have in common with everyone else.

In what ways can British people be different from one another? 

How are British people similar to one another? 

Discuss terms similar and different. Identify things they have in common with each other and things that are different. Look at images of people from a range of backgrounds. Explain that although they look different, they share the similarity of all being British. Highlight that differences are to be celebrated.

 

Complete the worksheet.

 

Finally listen to the story called We Are All Different (Miss Jackson's video)

Archived work

Monday 18th January

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

Flashcards with Miss Jackson

Watch Phonics: OI Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

Top Phonics 6 Review All Sounds - Unit 8 Words to Read A - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Coin, soil, tinfoil, point, boil, joint, oil and oink

I wrap my sandwiches in tinfoil.

Oink is the sound a pig makes.

I am pointing to the coin.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentences including the 'oi' words?

 

Write the words and the sentence below

 Join, coil, foil, spoil, toilet

The soil was brown.

I need the toilet.

 

Play Picnic on Pluto with the 'oi' digraph.

Then listen to the story called The Coin in the Soil. (Miss Jackson's video)

Spellings

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English

Listen to the story 'Shh!! We have a plan'. (Miss Jackson's video)

Discuss the questions below with an adult..

  • What is the story about?
  • Where is the story set?
  • What language is used in the story?
  • What kinds of punctuation is used?
Maths To count objects up to 50.

Watch the Count to 50 video 

Complete the worksheet

Blue & Orange Group - Questions 1 - 3.

Pink Group  -  Question 1-2 

Purple Group - Ten frame number representation

Extension - Bobby Bears Journey

Pm

Art

To develop painting techniques using different brush strokes. To use visual elements of line, shape and colour in their developing work.

Listen to the story Spots on the Tummy.(Miss Jackson's video)

Explore paint application using stroking techniques. Encourage your child to apply brush to paper moving/stroking in a single direction – not to scrub with the brush. Form spots by making a curved stroke in one direction and another in the other direction to join up. Have a go at making both regular and irregular spots.

Storytime - Listen to the story called Spotty Dottie. 

Tuesday 19th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words and sentences with the 'oy' digraph.

Flashcards - (Miss Jacksons video)

Watch the 3 'oy' videos.

The OY Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

Phonics: OY Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

Phonics oy Sound Song "Boy Joy Toy" - A fun phonics song for kids! - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Boy, toy, coy, enjoy, annoy employ, cowboy, destroy

The toy was on a coil.

The cowboy called Roy found a coin in the oil.

I enjoy being a cowboy.

I do not like oysters.

 

Write the words

Joy, oyster, royal, loyal, destroy

Play Dragons Den with the digraph 'oy'.

Spellings  

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To talk about the structure of instructions.

Watch the video about instructions.

Look at these instructions and talk about the structure.

  • What are instructions for?
  • Are all instructions numbered?
  • Where are the imperative verbs?
  • Were time openers used? 
  • Where do you find time openers in instructions?

Then choose two colours and highlight the imperative verbs and capital letters in the set of instructions.

Maths To count forwards and backwards within 50.

Watch the Count to 50 video and look at the power point

Complete the worksheet

Blue & Orange Group - Questions 1-4 

Pink Group  -  Questions 1-2 and Complete the number line

Purple Group - Missing numbers to 20 

Extension -  Backwards Bananas

Pm To be able to describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals (fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, including pets).

 Animals vary in many ways having different structures e.g. wings, tails, ears etc. They also have different skin coverings e.g. scales, feathers, hair. These key features can be used to identify them. Look at the power point and complete the worksheets.

Worksheet 1 - Label the parts of the elephant

Worksheet 2 - Animal body parts

 Story time with Mrs Kemp - Once Upon a Unicorn's Horn

Wednesday 20th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the  'ur' digraph.

Flashcards with Miss Jackson

Watch the two 'ur' videos.

ur phonics sound - YouTube

Mr Phonics and the ur sound - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Fur, burn, curl, burnt, surf, purse, nurse, turtle, hurt

The nurse had a paper skirt.

Turtles live in the sea.

My purse is bursting.

 

Can you think of a sentence for each of the 'ur' words?

 

Write the words below

Burst, turn, curl, turf, church

Play Picnic on Pluto with the digraph ur.

Spellings  

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To be able to write a list of ways to catch the bird.

Discuss the questions below with an adult.

  • How did they try and catch the bird in the story?
  • What did they use to catch the bird?
  • What is the bird like?
  • What is an adjective?
  • What describing words could you use to describe the bird? 

 

Write three ways they tried to catch the bird in a list. (Remember a list is one idea below another)

Then write a description of the bird including adjectives.

Blue Group - include 3 adjectives

e.g. The small pink pretty bird is flying high in the light blue sky.

Orange Group - include 2 adjectives

e.g. The small pink bird is flying in the blue sky.

Pink Group - include 1 adjective

e.g. The pink bird is flying.

Purple Group - include 1 adjective

e.g. The bird is pink.

Maths To understand tens and ones.

 Look at the power point and complete the worksheet.

Blue Group - Question 1-5.

Orange Group - Questions 1-4.

Pink Group  -  Question 1 - 3.

Purple Group - Number presentations to 20.

Assembly

1.15pm

Open the book

Join us at 1.15pm for Collective worship. Watch the video with your family.

RE

To engage with the concept of a parable.

Follow the work on the word document.

Look at the parable of The Lost Sheep (Miss Jackson's video)

Thursday 21st January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the 'ir' digraph.

Flashcards with Miss Jackson

Watch Phonics Chant┃er · ir · ur ∥ Double Letter Vowels┃Spotlight on One Phonics - YouTube

Nessy Spelling Strategy | er ir ur Words | Learn to Read - YouTube

Phonics: IR Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

Geraldine the Giraffe's Phonics Flash Cards - Episode IR - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Fir, dirt, skirt, swirl, chirp

A fir tree is an evergreen tree.

The girl is wearing a shirt and a skirt.

 

Can you think of a sentence with the 'ir' words?

 

Write the words below

stir, bird, girl, shirt, third, first

Play Buried Treasure with the 'ir' sound.

Spellings  

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To be able to draw pictures for each part of the plan.

Watch the story again, then think of a range of pictures you could draw to show how you plan to catch the bird.

  • What picture could you draw to describe how they first plan to catch the bird?
  • What other pictures will you draw?

Create a story map linked to the story. Then number your pictures. (Make sure you have several pictures to show the plan, as you will be using these pictures to help you write a set of instructions)

Maths To understand tens and ones.

Blue Group - Place value & At the zoo.

Orange Group - Number representations to 40 & Tens and ones - pg 1- 2.

Pink Group  -  Number representations to 40.

Purple Group - Place value matching.

PE

Cosmic Yoga - Lulu the Baby Lioness | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Parsnip the Cat | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! - YouTube

Storytime with Miss Jackson - Baby Bear

Friday 22nd January

Subject  What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write some Phase 5 Tricky words.

HFW with Miss Jackson

Watch  Tricky Words and Sight Words Song - YouTube

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when - YouTube

Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To - YouTube

 

Write the tricky words and the sentences below.

Their, called

My teacher is called Miss Jackson.

 

Play Tricky Word Trucks using the phase 5a tricky words.

English

Spelling test. 

Then write sentences using your spellings. Remember to use pre cursive handwriting,  include capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

Blue Group - Write at least 8 sentences and try to include the conjunction 'and'.

Orange Group  - Write at least 6 sentences.

Pink Group  -  Write at least 4 sentences.

Purple Group -  Write 2 sentences. (Make sure you write the initial and end sounds in each word in your sentence.)

Maths To represent numbers to 50.

Complete the worksheet

Blue Group - Q1-4

Orange Group - Q1-3

Pink Group  -  Q1-3

Purple Group - Ten-frame counting (circle the number that matches the pictorial representation)

 

PSHE

To learn that people and other living things have rights and that everyone has responsibilities to protect those rights.

To learn what improves and harms their local environments and develop strategies and skills needed to care for these.

Look at the power point.

Discuss term ‘neighbourhood’. Sort examples of environment into ‘natural’ and ‘built’.

Read ‘Dinosaurs and all that rubbish’. Highlight that we have a responsibility to meet the needs of others and living things in our neighbourhood.

 

Worksheet 1 - Looking after the neighbourhood

Worksheet 2 - My Local Environment Activity Sheet

Monday 11th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics

To read and write words with the  trigraph 'igh'.

 

 

 

 

Watch  Phonics: IGH Sound/Words (Trigraph) - YouTube

Phonics: The 'igh' sound [FREE RESOURCE] - YouTube

Phonics igh Sound Song "Bright Light Night Fright" - Phonics song for kids! - YouTube

 

Read the words below using flicking phonemes.

Light, might, fight, night, high

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'igh' words?

 

Write the words and the sentence below

Sight, right, bright, slight, fright

At night the light is bright.

Play Picnic on Pluto with the trigraph 'igh'.

Spellings

 

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To describe an animal of your own choice to include in the poem.
  • What are your favourite animals?
  • What animal do you want to write about?
  • How might the animal move?
  • What colour is the animal?
  • How might it feel if you were to touch it?
  • What sound does it make?

 

Blue & Orange Group - Draw a picture of two animals you like, write 2 adjectives to describe each animal and a verb to describe how the animal is moving. 

Then compose two sentences using your ideas.

Pink Group - Draw a picture of an animal you like. Write one adjective to describe your chosen animal and a verb to describe how the animal is moving. 

Then compose a sentence using your ideas.

Purple Group -  Draw a picture of an animal you like. Write the one adjective to describe your chosen animal. Make sure you write the initial and end sounds in words and try to write the other sounds you can hear.

Then compose a simple sentence writing words with the initial and end sounds. The .... is ......

Maths To subtract by not crossing 10.

Spr1.3.3 - Subtraction not crossing 10 on Vimeo

Complete the worksheet

Blue & Orange Group - Question 1, 2 and 3

Pink Group -  Question 1 and 2

Purple Group -  complete this worksheet

Art

To respond to  a story as a starting point for developing painting techniques.

Watch the story of Superworm. Then create a picture of worms using the three primary colours. First apply the colour yellow in a single curved stroke to create a worm. Then apply the colour red in a single curved stroke to create a worm and do the same for the colour blue. You can repeat this activity several times to fill the page. If you don't have paint, you can try using pens, crayons, colouring pencils or chalk.

Tuesday 12th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the vowel digraph 'ie'.

Watch 'ie' Words | Phonics Phase 3 - YouTube

The IE Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

Lie, pie, cried, lied, tried, fried, replied

I cried when I lost my tie. I tried my best.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'ie' words?

 

Write the words

Tie, die, fries, tries

Play Dragons Den with the digraph ie.

Spellings  

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English

To write a poem about the animals.

 

This lesson will be continued tomorrow.

Write the title 'Come and see the animals'.

Then use your ideas from the previous lessons to compose a sentence about each animal.

Make sure you include capital letters, finger spaces, full stops, adjectives and verbs with the suffix ing. 

 e.g. The brown bustards circling high in the blue sky.

The big fluffy ostriches running through the green grass.

The white soft polar bears stomping in the cold snow.

 

Blue Group - Write a sentence about 5/6 different animals (4 from the poem and one or two of your own), including at least 2 adjectives and a verb with the suffix ing. As a challenge you could try and include the conjunction 'and'.

Orange Group - Write a sentence about 5 different animals (3 from the poem and 2 of your own), including at least 1 adjective and verbs with the suffix ing.

Pink Group -  Write a sentence about 3 different animals (2 from the poem and one of your own), including at least 1 adjective and a verb with the suffix ing.

Purple Group -  Write a sentence about 2 different animals, including at least 1 adjective and a verb with the suffix ing. E.g The white polar bear is running. Make sure you write the initial and end sounds in words.

Maths To subtract by crossing ten.

Complete worksheet 1 and worksheet 2.

Blue Group - Complete worksheet 1 and 2.

Orange Group - Complete worksheet 1 and question 1&2 on worksheet 2.

Pink Group  -  Complete worksheet 1.

Purple Group -  Question 1 on worksheet 1 and the zoo subtraction worksheet.

Science To observe changes across the four seasons (winter, summer, spring, autumn). 

What are the four seasons? Watch the video on BBC Bitesize. Then talk about the changes between the four seasons and what months are linked to each season.

Draw a picture for each season and write names of the months linked to each season.

Wednesday 13th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the  digraph.

Watch Phonics: EE Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

Phonics: The 'ee' sound [FREE RESOURCE] - YouTube

 

Read the words below using flicking phonemes.

Weep, bee, sheep, deep, sheet, knee, beep, tree, teeth, creep, queen, street and beech

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'ee' words?

 

Write the words below

feet, seed, sweet, sweep, tree, creep

Play Picnic on Pluto with the digraph 'ee'.

Spellings   Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.
English To write a poem about the animals.

Look back at yesterdays lesson and continue writing the poem.

Maths To find and make number bonds.

Spring1.2.5 - Find and make number bonds on Vimeo

Complete the worksheet.

Blue Group - Questions 1-4.

Orange Group - Questions 1-3.

Pink Group -  Question 1-2.

Purple Group -  Complete the number bonds to 10 worksheet.

Pm

To be able to talk about history as living memory.

 

Think back to the lesson last week. Share memories about your life with your child. Talk about the toys you used to play with and how they have changed over time. If you can, talk to your grandparents about what life was like for them and what they used to play with. Look back at pictures of when you were a baby and when your parents were little. Talk about things you can do now that you couldn't do when you were baby and things you will be able to do in the future when you are an adult.

 

Look at the power point and complete the worksheet by putting the pictures into the correct order to show a human growth timeline.  (If you are unable to print the worksheet, you could draw your own timeline)

Thursday 14th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the 'ea' digraph.

Watch The EA Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

Phonics Chant┃ee · ea ∥ Double Letter Vowels┃Spotlight on One Phonics - YouTube

 

Read the words below using flicking phonemes.

Eat, sea, peas, heap, seat, treat, meal, beach

 

Write the words below

Leaf, bead, clean, speak, cream, least

Play Buried Treasure with the 'ea' digraph.

Spellings

Look at your spellings and write out each spelling twice.

English To write a poem about the animals. Finish writing your poem and edit your work. Read back through your work and check for any mistakes. Encourage your child to look for spelling mistakes, capital letters and full stops. 
Maths To write related facts.

Complete worksheet.

Blue & Orange Group - Question 1 and 2.

Pink Group -  Question 1 and number bonds to 10 stories.

Purple Group -  Complete the part part whole number bonds to 10 and number bonds to 10 on a ten frame.

PE Cosmic Yoga - Pet Obsessed Kids Yoga 🐶 Yoga Club (Week 17) | Cosmic Kids - YouTube

Friday 15th January

Subject  What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write some Phase 5 Tricky words.

Flashcards - Miss Jacksons video

Watch  Tricky Words and Sight Words Song - YouTube

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when - YouTube

Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To - YouTube

 

Write the tricky words and the sentences below.

Mrs, people, oh 

Mrs Smith has a dog.

Oh no!

There are lots of people in the crowd.

English

Spelling test. 

Write sentences using your spellings. Remember to use pre cursive handwriting,  include capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

Blue Group - Write at least 8 sentences and try to include the conjunction 'and'.

Orange Group  - Write at least 6 sentences.

Pink Group  -  Write at least 4 sentences.

Purple Group -  Write 2 sentences. (Make sure you write the initial and end sounds in each word in your sentence.)

Maths To compare number sentences.

Complete the worksheet.

Blue & Orange Group - Question 1 and 2.

Pink Group  -  Question 1.

Purple Group - Number 11, 12, 13, 14

PSHE

To learn that they belong to different groups and communities such as family and school.

To recognise that choices can have positive and negative consequences.

Look at the power point. Discuss term ‘local community’. Identify people and places in our local community. Explore term ‘neighbour’. Think of ways to be a good neighbour to people in the local community. 

 

Complete the worksheet and draw a picture to show different ways to be a good neighbour. 

Tuesday 5th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the vowel digraph 'ai'

Watch and join in with the videos

Phonics: The 'ai' sound [FREE RESOURCE] - YouTube

Phonics Ai Sound CVC Words Reading Machine - YouTube

Phonics: AI Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes

Rain, stain, pain, grain, aim, wait

I had to wait for the rain to stop.

I paid for my train ticket.

 

Can you think of your own question or sentence with one of the 'ai' words?

 

Write the words

Rail, train, pail, main, paid

Play Dragons Den using the 'ai' digraph.

English To talk about the structure of a poem.

Look at the poem Please don't feed the animals

Talk about the questions below.

  • What words rhyme?
  • How do you know they rhyme?
  • What do rhyming words have?
  • Why do some words have -es and -s on the end? When does a word need es?
  • Where are the capital letters and full stops in the poem?
  • What does plural mean?
Maths To add by counting on.

Watch the video Spring1.2.2 - Add by counting on on Vimeo and complete the worksheet.

Pm 

Science

To be able to identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals

What animal is this? Talk about the animals being mammals, reptiles, fish etc. Talk about how the baby animal isn’t always called the same as the adult animal.

Children need to be able to name and identify a range of animals in each group e.g. name specific birds and fish. Look at pictures of different animals.

Compare two animals from the same or different groups.

 

Listen to the animal song and animal groups story.

 Wednesday 6th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the digraph 'ay'.

Watch the videos 

Phonics Chant┃ai · ay ∥ Double Letter Vowels┃Spotlight on One Phonics - YouTube

Phonics: The 'ay' spelling [FREE RESOURCE] - YouTube

Phonics: AY Sound/Words (Digraph) - YouTube

Ay Sound Phonics Song 'Stay Pay Hay Play' - A fun phonics song for children! - YouTube

 

Read the words below using flicking phonemes. 

day, stay, play, stray, Sunday Hay, Saturday, crayon

Can you put the 'ay' words into sentences?

 

Write the words 

say, May, clay, tray, spray

Play Picnic on Pluto with the 'ay' sound.

English To write a list of animals from the poem

Look at the poem Please don't feed the animals

Write a list of the animals in the poem. Remember a list is one idea below another.

  • What sound does the word start with?
  • What sound does the word end with?
  • What sounds can you hear in the word ....?

 

It doesn't matter if the animals are spelt incorrectly, encourage your child to sound them out and write the sounds they can hear.

Maths To add by counting on.

Watch the video Spr1.3.2 - Add by making 10 on Vimeo

 and complete the worksheet

Pm

History

To talk about history as living memory.

What you did yesterday, this morning, 2 minutes ago, last week, a year ago and when you were a baby?

With an adult discuss things that have happened in the past.

Watch Magic Grandad in the Kitchen

Magic Grandad - Bathtime

Magic Grandad (Cars and no cars)

Talk about changes from the videos.

Thursday 7th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the digraph 'ow'

Watch  Ow Sound Phonics - YouTube

The OW Sound | Phase 3 | Phonics - YouTube

 

Read the words and sentences below using flicking phonemes.

brown, how, down, owl, town

I went down the town with the owl and the cow.

The owl was brown.

I saw a crown in a shop in town

 

Write the words

Cow, crown, now, gown, clown

 

Can you think of some sentences including the 'ow' words above?

Play Buried Treasure using the digraph 'ow'.

English To describe the animals from the poem.

Draw pictures of at least 4 animals in your list. Think about how you can describe the animal you have drawn using adjectives. What is an adjective? Think about using your sense of touch and your sense of sound. Write 2 adjectives for each picture. 

Extension: Write a sentence including adjectives to describe the animals.

Maths To add by adding one.

Spring1.2.3 - Add ones using number bonds on Vimeo

Spring1.2.4 - Add ones using number bonds on Vimeo

Complete the worksheet

Pm

PE

Cosmic Yoga - Safari Adventure 🦁 Yoga Club (Week 21) | Cosmic Kids - YouTube

 Friday 8th January

Subject What we are learning Task
Phonics To read and write words with the vowel digraph 'ou'.

Watch   'ou' Words | Phonics Phase 3 - YouTube

Phonics Chant┃ou · ow ∥ Double Letter Vowels┃Spotlight on One Phonics - YouTube

The OU Sound | Phase 5 | Phonics - YouTube

 

Read the words below using flicking phonemes.

Cloud, round, pound, out count, mouse, house mouth

 

Write the words 

Loud, proud, shout, sound, found, ground

Play Picnic on Pluto using the 'ou' sound.

English To describe how the animals move.

Look at the pictures of the animals and write one word to explain how they move.  An action word/doing word is called a verb. 

Here are some example:

Polar bear – stomping, creeping

Ostrich – running, leeping

Piranha – swimming, soaring

Bustard, gliding, flying, circling

Orangutans – swinging, jumping, leeping

Extension: Write a sentence including how the animal moves. 

E.g. The white polar bear was stomping in the snow.

 

Spelling Test

Maths To subtract by counting back.

Spr1.3.4 - Subtraction counting back on Vimeo

Complete worksheet1 and worksheet 2

Pm

PSHE

To learn that they belong to different groups and communities such as family and school.

To learn how they can contribute to the life the classroom and school.

Discuss meaning of term ‘community’.

What groups do you belong to?

Complete sentence, ‘I belong to …’ Discuss people that make up your school community.

Create a drawing that shows one way they can help the school community.