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Home Learning

Good Morning,

I hope you are all well. Here is the home learning for today:

 

Phonics – Please use the phonics activity packs to practise your sounds. You should all have phoneme frames and whiteboard pens in your packs so try to use some of the sounds to create some words.

 

Maths – I have attached a sheet for maths. Can you work out if the answers to the questions are correct? If you think they have got the answer wrong can you correct it and explain the mistake they have made?

 

Literacy/Reading – Complete the attached reading comprehension.

 

Thank You

Mrs Stothard

W/C 19.10.20

 

Phonics:

 

This week we are revisiting the phase 5 sound oo (u_e e.g. cube, ew e.g threw, ue e.g.true)

 

Here is a link to the Phonics Play website: www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

 

How many words can you think of with these sounds in them? Can you try and write some of these words into a sentence.

 

 

Literacy: Eliot the Midnight Superhero

 

This week we are continuing with our work on Eliot the midnight superhero

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVKSletqu2k

 

 

We are focusing on retelling the opening of the story – when Eliot is a quiet, ordinary boy.

 

 

 

Activity 1 – Read the attached example of a story opener, can you highlight the following features in the example?

Introducing and describing main characters

Tier 2  vocabulary to hook the reader.

Setting Description

Clues about what might happen next

Question Sentence

 

 

 Activity 2 – Can you plan the opening of the story answering the following questions:

- Who are the characters? Can you describe them?

- What are the characters doing?

- Where is this part of the story set?

- Can you describe the setting?

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Activity 3 – Use your plan to retell the opening of the story. Try to extend your sentences using conjunctions e.g. and, but, because, or, so

 

Maths challenge:

 

In Maths we are adding and subtracting numbers. Complete the activities below adding and subtracting multiplies of 10, 3 x one digit numbers and 2 digit numbers and ones.

 

 

 

Topic:

 

In Science this week we have been looking at healthy eating and food groups. Can you design and label a healthy, balanced meal – remember to include all the food groups: Carbohydrates, fruits& vegetables, meat/fish, dairy, fats & sugars.

 

 

This week in Geography we are thinking about where we live. We are learning about the differences between a village, town and city. This video explains the differences: 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/geography-ks1--ks2-cities-towns-villages/zjn492p

 

Can you draw and label the things you might find in a town and then in a city?

What are the biggest differences between a town and a city?

Phonics:

 

This week we are revisiting the phase 5 sounds – wh, ph, zh (which, phone, treasure)

 

Here is a link to the Phonics Play website: www.phonicsplay.co.uk 

 

How many words can you think of with these sounds in them? Can you try and write some of these words into a sentence.

 

 

Literacy: Eliot the Midnight Superhero

 

This week we are reading Eliot the Midnight Superhero

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVKSletqu2k

 

 

We are focusing on the character of Eliot.

 

Activity 1 –  Can you create a list of nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs linked to the story?

E.g. Noun – Eliot, adjective – brave, verb – saving, Adverb – Courageously.

 

 

Activity 2 – Read the attached example Character description, can you highlight the following features in the example?

  • Expanded noun phrases that describe appearance 
  • Expanded noun phrases that describe personality.
  • Conjunctions (and, but, because, so, or)
  • Interesting word choices.
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Activity 3 – Draw a picture of Eliot the Midnight superhero, can you write words/phrases around your picture to describe Eliot’s personality and appearance.

 

Maths challenge:

 

In Maths we are ordering and comparing numbers. Ask a grown up to write you a list of 5 numbers, can you order them from smallest to biggest? How do you know?

 

Think of pairs of numbers e.g. 23   and 14. Can you use the <, > and = symbols to compare the numbers? (Remember the crocodile always eats the bigger number!)

 

 

 

Topic:

 

In art this week we are looking at self-portraits, using a mirror look closely at the different features of your face and the shape of your eyes, nose, mouth. Use these shapes to help draw a self portrait.

 

 

 

This week in Geography we are thinking about where we live. We are learning about the differences between a village, town and city. This video explains the differences: 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/geography-ks1--ks2-cities-towns-villages/zjn492p

 

We live in Treeton. This is a village. Do we have a church? School? Park? Houses? Could you draw the things that belong in your village? 

 

 


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Rotherham, South Yorkshire, S60 5QS

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