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Year 1 - Home Learning 29th June 2020

Phonics

This week we are going to learn four new sounds. Please play the video link to your child first. Allow them to then think of some words that include that sound or find something around the house that includes this sound. Then move onto the activity sheet. If you do not have a printer to print these sheets do not worry, just adapt using a piece of paper.

Phonics Resources

Phonics week 5 - all activities

Click on the pictures to open the worksheet.

Recap worksheet

Practical ideas

Letters and Sounds

Phonicsplay

Username: march20 (all lower case)

Password: home (all lower case)

Teach your Monster to Read

Oxford Owl

 English Activities - Week 5

This week, we are going to use a story stimulus and set different activities that link with the key story ‘Katie in London’.  These are not expected activities and are only to support you if you want further ideas. Please do not put yourself or your child under any pressure to complete. We would advise you not to try and emulate a school day and just work through any activities you are able to. If you do not have a printer to print these sheets do not worry, just adapt using a piece of paper or click here for some practical activity ideas.

Click on the pictures to open the worksheet.

Maths Activities - Week 5

At school we use White Rose Maths to support our maths learning. White Rose is offering free online learning videos which cover these lessons below. Please click the link below and allow your child to watch the video first before completing the independent worksheet. Along with the lesson worksheet for each lesson we have also attached the answer sheet for you to mark your child’s work after and discuss any corrections.  

Please remember, you do not have to complete the worksheets, watch the White Rose teaching video first for the lesson then complete the activity practically using objects from around your home. Please see the suggestions and watch the extra YouTube video links to help with practical ideas of how to do these activities at home.

              

Lesson 1: making arrays

Practical idea: arrays have rows and columns, Can you spot anything at home that are in arrays. A lot of foods are arranged in arrays, can you find any? Can you get objects from around the home and line them up like in the video and say how many rows and columns you have?

Lesson 2: making equal groups and sharing 

practical idea: can you arrange objects in your home into rows and columns and group them to share equally? You can do this with many different groups and objects. Try arranging and sharing 12 pieces of pasta into 4 groups to see what you find.

Equal groups problems Sharing groups

Lesson 3: counting in 2s

practical idea: use pairs of socks to count – maybe help to do the washing and pair up all the socks and see how many pairs you have? Get groups of two using pasta or sweets then see how many you have altogether by counting in multiples of 2.

Lesson 1 worksheet - making arrays

Lesson 1 answers

Helpful videos:

Using arrays to multiply

Making arrays

Lesson 2 Worksheet - making equal groups and sharing 

Lesson 2 Answers

Helpful videos:

Grouping equally

Unequal and equal groups

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 3 Worksheet: counting in 2s

Lesson 3 Answers

Helpful videos:

Counting in 2s to 100

Dancing 2s 

Counting in multiples of 2 

Lesson 4:  counting in 5s

Practical idea: have an active maths sessions and do some exercise whilst counting in 5s – follow this video if you need help or you could get groups of objects in your home and group them into 5s then count them and see how many you have!

Lesson 4 Worksheet:  counting in 5s

Lesson 4 Answers

Helpful videos:

Counting in 5s song

Dance and exercise by 5s – 

Lesson 5: White Rose maths family challenges

The most suitable questions for year one are challenges 1 and 2. But if you would like a challenge, why not try them with the whole family?

Lesson 5 - Family Challenges

Lesson 5 - Family Challenges Answers

Connected Curriculum

Our connected curriculum topic this half term is ‘Best of Britain’. You will have received our parent sheet with details of our new topic and all the areas of learning. Over this half term we are going to be learning about Britain with a focus on our capital city London.

For our home learning activities, we are going to provide a mix of connected curriculum, our science topic of plants and flowers, our Religion topic of Places of Worship and other subject specific activities.

These are not expected activities and are only to support you if you want further ideas. Please do not put yourself or your child under any pressure to complete. We would advise you not to try and emulate a school day and just work through any activities you are able to. Do not worry if you do not have a printer or any of the resources at home for these activities as you can adapt them however you like to suit you and your child.

If you complete any of these activities and you want us to see, feel free to email us pictures or send them to cgallimore@picknalls.co.uk where it will be put onto our Picknalls socials for us to see.

Thank you, Mrs Cornes and Miss Adams

Activity 1: In English this week you have heard the story of Katie in London.

In the story, Katie and her little brother go on an adventure with the Trafalgar square lion landmark in London.

Click on the links below for resources

Activity 1 worksheet

3D Lion template

Activity 2: You have already found out that as Great Britain we all share the Union Jack flag. But each individual country has its own flag. Can you find out what they look like and then colour these flags in the correct colours? You could check your flags using the UK flag poster.

Click on the links below for resources

Activity 2 worksheet

UK Flag poster

Activity 3:  Can you research 5 seaside towns in the UK and try to locate them on a map?

Click on the links below for resources

Activity 3 worksheet

Seaside Towns in UK

pdf

powerpoint

Barnaby Bear at the seaside

Activity 4: In RE we would like you to learn about different places of worship. The Islam place of worship is a mosque.

Click on the links below for resources

Activity 4 worksheet

A Mosque

pdf

powerpoint

BBC Bitesize clips

Activity 5: Can you play the garden game, ball reactions?

Click on the links below for resources

Activity 5 worksheet

See below for video