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Year 1 w/c 27.4.20

Work for Year 1 Pupils for week commencing 27.4.20

Dear Year 1 Pupils,

Well done for the work you have completed at home so far. This week we will be revisiting some work covered in the spring term and will begin some new learning.  Do not worry if you cannot complete all of the work but please do ensure that you are practising your reading, phonics and maths every day where possible. Please work within your own schedule and at your own pace and ensure you have regular breaks.

Happy learning!

From Ms. Hathi and the Year 1 Team.

For Monday work Click here.                                 For Friday work Click here.
For Tuesday work Click here.
For Wednesday work Click here.                           For other Daily Activities Click here. (Science/Art/Geography)
For Thursday work Click here.                               For other links Click here or Click here

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Here are the details for your learning this week.

All of the worksheets are labelled (see the codes below e.g. 1EN1) and are all in this zip file: Click here so that you can download them all at once.  

Monday 27th April 2020

Subject

Time

Details

English

30 minutes

Phonics: Practise the ‘kn’ sound with worksheet 1EN7 Click here

Reading 

20 minutes

Practise reading at least once a day

Oxford Owl e-books for age 5-6     

Oxford Owl e-books for age 6-7

Maths

30 minutes

Complete the Year 1 Multiplication and Division Booklet 1Ma4 Click here

You can check your answers 1Ma4Answers Click here

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Subject

Time

Details

English

30 minutes

Spelling: Learn and practise spellings with the ‘ew’ and ‘ue’ sounds with worksheet 1EN9. Click here

Reading 

20 minutes

Practise reading at least once a day:

Oxford Owl e-books for age 5-6     

Oxford Owl e-books for age 6-7

Maths

30 minutes

Fractions – This week we are reviewing our learning about halves and halving. Work through the Guided Revision and Practice Sheet 1Ma5. Click here

Wednesday 29th April 2020

Subject

Time

Details

English

30 minutes

Phonics: Practise the ‘wr’ sound with worksheet 1EN8. Click here

Reading 

20 minutes

Practise reading at least once a day

Oxford Owl e-books for age 5-6     

Oxford Owl e-books for age 6-7

Maths

30 minutes

Fractions – This week we are reviewing our learning about halves and halving. Work through the Independent Practice Sheet 1Ma6. Click here

Thursday 30th April 2020

Subject

Time

Details

English

30 - 60 minutes

Reading Skills: Read about Willow’s Dream Rocket and answer the questions using your reading skills on 1EN10. Click here

Reading 

20 minutes

Practise reading at least once a day

Oxford Owl e-books for age 5-6     

Oxford Owl e-books for age 6-7

Maths

30 minutes

Fractions – This week we are reviewing our learning about halves and halving. Work through the Challenge Question Sheet 1Ma7Click here

Friday 1st May 2020

Subject

Time

Details

English

30 - 60 minutes

Creative Writing: Complete the task about your pet dragon in response to the question on 1EN11. Click here

Reading 

20 minutes

Practise reading at least once a day

Oxford Owl e-books for age 5-6     

Oxford Owl e-books for age 6-7

Maths

30 minutes

Fractions – This week we are reviewing our learning about halves and halving. Complete Worksheets 1Ma8 (Is it half?) Click here1Ma9 (One half) Click here, and 1Ma10 (Find a half) Click here.

DAILY ACTIVITIES

To be included in your schedule each day where possible

Subject

Time

Details

Reading 

20 mins

Practise reading at least once a day

Oxford Owl e-books for age 5-6     

Oxford Owl e-books for age 6-7

Phonics Revision

10 – 30 mins

Phonics: See the 1RWI schedule for the Ruth Miskin Training YouTube videos. Highly recommended. Click here

Maths

10 – 30 mins

Use Mathletics to practise Arithmetic fluency.

Subject Learning

 

Choose your learning this week to complete some or all of the tasks below.

Science – Continue learning about and exploring invertebrates using worksheet 1Sci2 and see how many minibeasts you can find in nearby open space, on your daily walk or in your garden. Click here

Art – Continue learning about sculpture and make your own sculpture using ideas and examples from learning sheet 1AR2. This sheet also contains projects to make a pin wheel, a spider Jack in a Box, and recipes for salt dough. Click here

Geography – Learn about Scotland, one of the countries in the United Kingdom using learning sheet 1Geo2. Complete the Mini-projects to create some Tartan Weaving and make your own Loch Ness Monster. Click here

Reading – Story Time with Year 1 Teacher Ms M reading Dragon Stew Story Time - Dragon Stew

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons – 20 minute lessons in a range of subjects to support home learning BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons Year 1

Creativity, mindfulness and keeping fit

 

Choose your learning this week. Do some or all of the activities below. 

Year 1 Weekly Challenge - Design and build a marble run using materials from your recycling box, such as cereal boxes, toilet roll tubes, plastic bottles, etc. Take a photo of your marble run to share with your classmates when we return to school.

Mindfulness – Shut your eyes and listen for two minutes. Make a list of all the things you heard in that two minutes.

Mindfulness – Make a worry monster out of an old tissue/cereal box. Make an opening for the monster’s mouth and write any worries down and let the monster eat them.

Mindfulness – Make a calming area in your house. Add cushions, a den, your favourite books, music and cuddly toys. Go there and relax once a day or if you feel overwhelmed.

Mindfulness and Keeping Fit – Cosmic Yoga Cosmic Kids Yoga

Keeping Fit - Joe Wicks Morning Exercises  The Body Coach Morning Exercises

 

YEAR 1 APPROPRIATE LINKS FOR HOME LEARNING

Our children have more than enough learning to be getting on with. However, should you wish to supplement this further, need a change of focus or ideas for activities, please see the document we have compiled listing additional home learning resources should you wish to explore them. Click here