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Home Learning

Home Learning for W/C 6/7/20

Maths: Daily lessons on the following link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
Choose appropriate year group, each days lesson will be available the evening before.

Monday:
Literacy – L.I. To identify nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs.

Use the fact cards for nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs to remind yourself of each word group.

Now complete the silly sentences activity, writing a silly sentence include a noun, adjective, verb and adverb. What is the silliest sentence you can come up with?

 

Science – L.I. To construct a food chain.
Look at the information about under the sea food chains.

Complete the activity by rearranging the sea creature pictures into the correct food chain. Think carefully about which animal eats the other.


Tuesday:

Literacy – L.I. To generate vocabulary.

Look through the different pictures of the seaside. What can you see? What sounds do you think you would be able to hear?

Children to complete the planning sheet to generate vocabulary to describe the different senses at the seaside.

Try to include examples from each of the word groups from yesterday.


Wednesday:


Literacy – L.I. To plan a postcard

Look through the different postcards; think about the features that need to be included in a postcard.

Use the planning sheet to plan your diary entry, plan 3 different activities you might do on your day at the seaside.  Use the pictures of the seaside to help you pick your activity and choose appropriate senses vocabulary to go with each activity.

 

Comprehension - Read the text ‘The Cave’. Picture attached to following post and answer the given questions.

 

Thursday:
Literacy –  L.I. To write a postcard.

Use the planning sheet and vocabulary sheet to write the beginning of the postcard from your day at the seaside. Write the opening and tell us about your first 2 activities. Remember to talk about your feelings and opinions on each part of the day.

 

Friday:

Literacy –L.I. To write a postcard.

Use the planning sheet and vocabulary sheet to write rest of your postcard from your day at the seaside. Write about your final activity and the end of your postcard.  Remember to talk about your feelings and opinions on each part of the day.

 

Art - What else goes on a postcard as well as the writing (picture on the front)

What sort of picture might we include on a postcard from the seaside?

Sketch your own seaside scene for the front of your postcard and use colours/paints to add details.

 

 

Remember to share your work with us on your dojo portfolios to be awarded dojo points for all of your hard work.

Thank You
Key Stage One

Home Learning for W/C 29/6/20

Maths: Daily lessons on the following link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
Choose appropriate year group, each days lesson will be available the evening before.

Monday:
Literacy –
L.I. To plan a diary entry

Rewatch the Puffin Peter Story on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBmwsfXp7j4

Imagine you are puffin peter. Complete planning sheet for the next diary entry (When Puffin Peter is looking for Paul and keeps finding the wrong birds)

How are you (Peter) feeling?

What are you thinking?

 

Comprehension -  L.I. To retrieve information from a text.

Read the attached text and answer the given questions, try to identify and underline the key information in the text that will help you to answer the questions.



Tuesday:

Literacy – L.I. To write a diary entry, in the 1st person.

Use your planning sheet to write your first diary entry as Puffin Peter. Remember to write in the first person and write about how you are feeling and what you are thinking.


Wednesday:
Literacy – To identify the features of a letter.

Look at the given letter example, can you identify all of the features of formal letters in the text. Underline each of the features in a different colour.

 

Science - To identify how an animal is adapted to its habitat.

Look through the slides at how the different animals have adapted to their environment. Choose one of the animals and draw a picture, label the different features that help the animal to adapt.

 

Thursday:
Literacy - L.I. To plan a letter.

Complete the planning sheet to plan a letter to Whale to thank him for helping you to find Paul.

What would you need to say to him? Try to plan some questions. What might you ask him?


Friday: L.I. To write a letter.

 

Use your planning sheet to write a letter to Puffin Peter. Remember to include a question sentence.  

Science - To identify how an animal is adapted to its habitat.

Using your labelled picture from earlier in the week write some sentences to explain how your chosen animal is suited to its environment.

 

Remember to share your work with us on your dojo portfolios to be awarded dojo points for all of your hard work.

Thank You
Key Stage One

 

Home Learning for W/C 22/6/20

Maths: Daily lessons on the following link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
Choose appropriate year group, each days lesson will be available the evening before.

Monday:
Literacy -
L.I. To know the main elements of Puffin Peter.

Watch the Puffin Peter Story on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBmwsfXp7j4

Answer the following questions.

Who are the main characters?

What is the problem in the story?

When does it happen?

Where does it happen?

Why did it happen?

How do you think the characters are feeling? Is this the same throughout the story?



Tuesday:
Literacy -
L.I. To recognise the features of a diary entry.

Using the example diary entry use the given checklist to highlight and label each of the features in the example diary.

Science: L.I. To sort animals into carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.

Look at the slides about carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.

Cut and sort the animals into the correct group



Wednesday:
Literacy –
L.I. To plan a diary entry

Imagine you are puffin peter. Complete planning sheet for 1st diary entry (When Puffin Peter gets lost)

How is Peter feeling?

What is thinking when he loses Paul?

 

Art/DT – In school we would have been completing our ‘Recycled Art’ enterprise project this half term. Have a look through the pictures attached. Use your imagination, can you find any items around your home that you could create an under the sea creature from?  Use the design sheet to design your recycled art creature. You could use items like toilet roll tubes, cereal boxes, plastic bottles.

 

 

Thursday:
Literacy –
L.I. To write a diary entry, in the 1st person.

Use your planning sheet to write your first diary entry as Puffin Peter. Remember to write in the first person and write about how you are feeling and what you are thinking.


Friday:
Literacy –
L.I. To write a diary entry, in the 1st person.

Continue to write your 1st diary entry, using your planning sheet to write your first diary entry as Puffin Peter. Remember to write in the first person and write about how you are feeling and what you are thinking.

 

PSHE – Look through the water safety slides, can you create your own poster to tell people how to stay safe around water? Remember to make your poster bright and colourful to attract attention.

 

Remember to share your work with us on your dojo portfolios to be awarded dojo points for all of your hard work.

Thank You
Key Stage One

Home Learning for W/C 15/6/20

 

Maths: Daily lessons on the following link:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
Choose appropriate year group, each days lesson will be available the evening before.

 

Monday:

Literacy - LI: To know what an imperative verb is

Identify the imperative verb (bossy words) in each of the given sentences. (Sheet attached in following posts)

E.g. Stir the mixture together

Use these words to create your own word bank of imperative verbs 

EXT: Choose one imperative verb and put it into a full sentence

 

Science/ART: Last week you designed and labelled (some of you even made) your own sandwiches, can you design a package for your sandwich? Think about what would need to go on the packaging to persuade someone to buy your food

 

Tuesday:

Literacy – LI: To identify and generate time conjunctions

Give the chn a range of time conjunctions, etc. first, next, then, after

Identify the time conjunction (e.g. first, next, then) in each of the given sentences. (Sheet attached in following posts)

 

EXT: Choose one time conjunction and put it into a full sentence

 

Wednesday:

Literacy – LI: To re-order a set of instructions, using the time conjunctions

The instructions have all been jumbled up. Can you put the steps back in the correct order? (Sheet attached in following posts)

 

Art -LI: To draw a cliff outline (cliff, beach, water, rock pools) using different shades of pencil

Using the attached pictures, draw and colour a picture of a coastal scene including the following features; Cliff, beach, rock pool, ocean.

 

Thursday:

Literacy - LI: To plan our own set of instructions to make a sandwich

Completed the attached sheet to plan a set of instructions for how to make the sandwich you designed, draw a simple diagram for each step and choose which imperative verb and time conjunction you will use.

 

Friday:

Literacy - LI: To write our own set of instructions to make a sandwich

Using the word bank you created on Mon/Tues write your own set of instructions for how to make the sandwich you designed.

Remember to include; imperative verbs, time conjunctions and clear steps.

 

Geography - LI: To identify the different features of the seaside

Label the different features of your coastal picture, (cliff, beach, ocean, rock pools). Write a short sentence to describe each one and the creatures that might live there.

 

We would love to see some of the work you are doing throughout the week so remember to upload some pictures to your portfolios so we can take a look. We are awarding dojo points for the work we receive.

 

Thank You

Key Stage One

Home learning for W/C 8/6/20

 

Maths: Daily lessons on the following link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

Choose appropriate year group, each days lesson will be available the evening before.

 

Monday:

Literacy – Use the adjectives generated last week to write a paragraph describing Mr Grinling’s appearance.

Science – To sort animals based on their habitat.

Use the PowerPoint to find out about the different habitats – oceans, rock pools, land, cold climates.

Sort the given pictures into the correct habitats

 

Tuesday:

Literacy - Use the adjectives generated last week to write a paragraph describing Mr Grinling’s personality.

 

Wednesday:

Literacy - Use the attached story mountain to plan your own Light house keeper story. You could write a whole new adventure for Mr and Mrs Grinling or change one element of the original story.

Watch the following videos to see the different adventures of Mr& Mrs Grinling to give you ideas for own story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3fbpt8Ehho

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8KKf_JWOOCw

 

PSHE- To identify healthy foods that could be used in a healthy sandwich.

What would you put in a healthy sandwich? Design and label your own healthy sandwich.  If you have all the ingredients you could even make your design and try it for your lunch.

 

Thursday:

Literacy - Use your planning sheet to write the beginning of your own Lighthouse keeper story.

 

Friday:

Literacy - Use your planning sheet to continue writing your own Light House Keeper story.

Art – Create a cover for your Lighthouse Keeper story, you could include the lighthouse or Mr and Mrs Grinling in your picture.

Home Learning -  Friday 22.5

 

Y1 Maths: BBC Bitesize Maths Challenge

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhvf382

 

Y2 Maths: BBC Bitesize Maths Challenge

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7txhbk

 

Literacy Learning Outcome: To write an information text in the past tense.

Write the next paragraph of your information page about what happened to Grace after the storm.

15 mins daily reading

 

Art Challenge:

Draw/paint a picture of the stormy scene that Grace Darling would have seen on that night. Use these images to help you.

Home Learning -  Thursday 21.5

 

Y1 Maths: BBC Bitesize length & height Week 5 lesson 4

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z428wty

 

Y2 Maths: BBC bitesize Multiplication Week 5 lesson 4

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhn6pg8

 

Literacy Learning Outcome: To write an information text in the past tense.

Write the next paragraph of your information page about the night of the storm. What happened on the night of the storm? Try to include key historical facts e.g. the date of the event.

15 mins daily reading

Home Learning -  Wednesday 20.5.

 

Y1 Maths: BBC Bitesize length & height Week 5 lesson 3

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrq98xs

 

Y2 Maths: BBC bitesize Multiplication Week 5 lesson 3

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7hdqp3

 

Literacy Learning Outcome: To write the opening of an information text.

Read the example biography. Use your research to write the opening of an information text about Grace Darling. What was her life like before the night of the storm?

15 mins daily reading

 

Science: L.I. To know that animals, including humans have offspring that grows into adults.  

Put the pictures of the stages in order, label them and write sentences to explain how humans change as they grow.

 

Home Learning -  Tuesday 19.5

 

Y1 Maths: BBC Bitesize length & height Week 5 lesson 2

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbwc92p

 

Y2 Maths: BBC bitesize Multiplication Week 5 lesson 2

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrf8jhv

 

Literacy Learning Outcome: To plan an information text.

Using your research from yesterday complete the attached planning sheet to plan out an information text about Grace Darling.

15 mins daily reading

Home Learning - Monday 18.5.20

Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To compare length and height.Follow the link and answer the questions comparing length andheight.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zf4vbdm

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To multiply using repeated addition.Follow the link and answer the questions using repeated additionto multiply.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhchscw
BBC bitesize home learning

Literacy Learning Outcome: To use the past tense correctly.
Complete the attached activity using the past tense correctly.
15 mins daily reading

History: L.I. To research a significant person from the past.
Research and make notes about Grace Darling you could use your own research, the facts attached and the video on this link to help you.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/true-stories-grace-darling/z4y7pg8

Friday 15th May Home Learning Challenges:

Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To try the Numeracy challenge.
Today's Numeracy home learning is a maths challenge! Use the following link for today's learning and have a go at questions 1 and 2 (age appropriate for years 1 and 2).
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6q6pg8

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To try the Numeracy challenge.
Today's Numeracy home learning is a maths challenge! Use the following link for today's learning and have a go at questions 1 and 2 (age appropriate for years 1 and 2).
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6q6pg8

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To write a book review.
This week we have broken up the book review into its sections and answered each one using the book review template. Now, can you write each section from your book review into a final draft. This will create a final piece of writing for your book review. Remember to take your time and use your best handwriting. Try and do this without using the book review template. It is up to you how you want to set this out, however one example would be to have the information about the book at the top (title, author, illustrator characters, setting) and then to write each section/box you have answered in a paragraph underneath. This would create a final draft for your book review.

Creative Art task:
Can you create an underwater sea scene? Try and include different animals in the water and you might want to include some sand at the bottom of the sea. You can create this by drawing, painting, making a model or sticking different materials onto a piece of paper. I have attached 2 examples for you to have a look at.

Take care and stay safe.

The KS1 team
Thursday 14th May Home Learning Challenges:

Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To compare number sentences.
Use the following link for today's Numeracy challenge work. Watch the videos to learn and then have a go at activities 1,2 and 3.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmf6hbk

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To recognise number bonds to 100 (tens and ones).
Use the following link for today's Numeracy challenge work. Watch the videos to learn and then have a go at activities 1,2 and 3.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/znmpf4j

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To discuss how a story could be improved.
Can you write a paragraph explaining how you think the story could be improved? This is the next box/section on our book review template. Try and use conjunctions such as ‘because’, ‘but’, ‘and’ to extend your sentences and to give reasons for your answers. Once you have done this, can you write a short paragraph to explain whether you would recommend this book to somebody? Again, try and use conjunctions to extend your sentences and to give reasons for your opinions.
Again, if you have already completed these sections you could try and improve your current writing by using conjunctions or giving some more information, or alternatively you could choose a different book to write about.

Take care and stay safe.

The KS1 team
Wednesday 13th May Home Learning Challenges:

Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To add and subtract worded problems.
Use the following link for today's Numeracy challenge work. Watch the video to learn and then have a go at activities 1 and 2.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7nm6v4

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To subtract 2-digit numbers.
Use the following link for today's Numeracy challenge work. Watch the video to learn and then have a go at activities 1, 2 and 3.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrnfvk7

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To discuss what I like about a story.
Can you write a paragraph explaining what you like about the story? Try and use conjunctions such as ‘because’ and ‘and’ to extend your sentences and to give reasons for your opinions. This is the next section/box in our book review template. I have attached the book review template from yesterday so you can use this to guide you. If you have already had a go at this section you could try and improve this by giving more information. Or, you could choose one of your own stories from home to write about.

Creative Geography task:
Can you label the seven continents of the world? Use the information provided in the PowerPoint to help you learn about the seven continents first and then have a go at completing the task.

Take care and stay safe.

The KS1 team

Tuesday 12th May Home Learning Challenges:


Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To subtract within 20.
Use the following link for today's home learning. Watch the learn video first and then have a go at activities 1-3.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjh7mfr

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To add 2-digit numbers.
Use the following link for today's home learning. Watch the learn video first and then have a go at activities 1-3.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvxxt39

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To discuss the events within a story.
This week you are going to write a book review for the Story 'The Rainbow Fish'. Each day you are going to write a different section of the book review. Today's job is to write the introduction section. Can you write down the book title, the author, who the characters are, the setting and a short paragraph about what happens in the story? I have attached a book review learning template so you can see how this will look. You do not have to use the template exactly but it will give you an idea of how to set out your writing.

Take care and stay safe.

The KS1 team

Monday 11th May Home Learning Challenges:


Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To add and subtract by making 10.

Use the following link to help the children practise and scroll down for activities 1 and 2. If you click on activity 1 it is printable resource.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb8gcqt

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To add and subtract 2-digit numbers and tens.

Use the following link to help the children practise and then scroll down for activities 1, 2 and 3. If you click on activity 1 and 2 they are printable resources.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbypscw

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To form opinions about a story.
Watch the online story of ‘Rainbow fish’ to remind you of the story.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9mryuEKkKc
Discuss what you like about the story and how the story could be better. Then, create a table with the categories: what I like about the story and how the story could be better and fill in the table.

Creative science task:
Can you draw and label the body parts of underwater sea animals? Draw and label the different parts of a fish (eyes, gills, fins, scales, tail, mouth). For an extra challenge choose different underwater sea animals and see if you can draw and label those as well. Some animals you might want to choose are an: octopus, a shark, a whale or a dolphin. The following link provides information about what a fish is and some of their features.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6882hv/articles/zxgq2hv

Take care and stay safe.

The KS1 team

Thursday 7th May Home Learning Challenges

Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To add by counting on
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y1-Lesson-4-Add-by-counting-on-2019.pdf

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To add and subtract by 1
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y2-Lesson-4-Add-and-subtract-1s.pdf

 

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To write your own version of Rainbow Fish
Now you know the story of Rainbow Fish, could you write your own version of the story?
Rainbow Fish could meet a new character in the story or he could go on an adventure with his new friends at the end of the story. The choice is yours.

 

With it being it a bank holiday tomorrow to celebrate VE day, there will be no learning challenges put up. Have a lovely weekend and well done for all your hard work this week!

 

Take care and stay safe.

 

The KS1 team

Wednesday 6th May Home Learning Challenges

Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To add two numbers together and find a part
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y1-Lesson-3-Find-a-part-2019.pdf
Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To find related addition and subtraction facts
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y2-Lesson-3-Related-facts-2019.pdf

 

Literacy challenge:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To write a diary entry as Rainbow Fish
Can you write a diary entry about the Rainbow Fish’s day? Write the diary as if you are Rainbow Fish. Remember to include detail about the events, emotions and you could challenge yourself to include some speech.

 

Creative art/history task:
Can you create a poster to showcase VE day? Use the information you found in Monday’s challenge to make your poster. 

Good luck and have fun!

Tuesday 5th May Home Learning Challenges:

 

Maths challenge:
Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To identify fact families using known number facts
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y1-Lesson-2-Related-facts-2019.pdf
Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To compare number sentences
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y2-Lesson-2-Compare-number-sentences-2019.pdf

Literacy challenge:
Learning Outcome: To re-tell the story of Rainbow Fish

Listen to the story of Rainbow Fish on the link provided. Can you re-tell the story of Rainbow Fish? You could draw a picture for each event in the story and write a short caption underneath each part to re-tell the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9mryuEKkKc

Good luck and have fun!
The KS1 team

Monday 4th May Home Learning Challenges

 

Good morning! I hope you have all had a restful and fun weekend. Today's home learning challenges is as follows:

Y1 Maths Learning Outcome: To find and make the number bonds to 10
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y1-Lesson-1-Find-and-make-number-bonds-2019.pdf

Y2 Maths Learning Outcome: To recall and use the number bonds to 20.
https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Y2-Lesson-1-Fact-families-addition-and-subtraction-bonds-to-20-2019.pdf

Literacy:
Literacy Learning Outcome: To recognise and use appropriate adjectives. (Photo of the tropical island attached). Can you write a setting description for this beautiful tropical island?

Creative history task (this can spread over a few days):
With it being the VE day celebration on Friday, you will have some daily challenges linked to VE day to complete. Can you carry out some research to find out what VE day is about? We will use this information later in the week so record the facts you find.

Good luck and have fun!
The KS1 team

 

Friday 1st May Home Learning

 

Maths – Can you solve the following arithmetic problems? Try to use the most efficient method.  

 

Literacy  - Use your research and planning sheet to write your own riddle. Here is an example to help you

 

What am I?

I usually live under water,

but can sometimes be found on land.

My skeleton is a hard shell.

My favourite foods are worms and bacteria.

Sometimes I get into a fight over my cave,

however, my claws always help me win.

With my 5 pairs of legs I'm the envy of all my friends.

My sideways walk makes people stop and stare.

What am I?

 

Remember to write the harder clues first and then get easier so you don’t give away your riddle straight away!

 

Why not send your riddles to us and see if we can guess them?

 

 

Art – Can you create a piece of artwork of your chosen sea creature? This could be a drawing, painting or model.

 

Well done for another week of hard work, enjoy your weekend!

Mrs Stothard

Home Learning for Thursday 30th April

Maths – Can you use what you have learned previously tocomplete the problem solving questions?
Complete lesson 4 Problem solving questions from the following link: 
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Literacy – Use your research from yesterday to complete theplanning sheet to plan your sea creature riddle. Try to include asmany interesting facts as you can. If your research from yesterdaydoesn’t match the titles on the planning sheet you can chooseyour own.



Mrs Stothard

Wednesday 29th April

 

Maths – Using your understanding of measurement can you answer the given +. – x and ÷ questions in the context of measurement?

Complete lesson 3 – Four operations questions on the following link:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

Literacy – As our topic this half term is by the sea can you research a sea creature? You could use the internet to research your chosen creature or use the attached fact cards. Later in the week you will use the facts you record to write your own riddle!

 

Geography – Countries of the United Kingdom .               Can you label the counties of the UK on the map?

Challenge – Can you label the capital cities of each country?

Tuesday 28th April Home Learning

 

Maths – Order the given lengths, which is the longest? Which is the shortest? If you have any measuring equipment at home try Q 3 – measuring and ordering your own objects.

Complete lesson 2 ordering lengths questions on the following link:

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

Literacy – Read through the riddles, can you guess what each riddle is describing?

 

Thank You

Mrs Stothard

 

Monday 27th April Good Morning, I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and are all keeping safe, here is today’s home learning. Maths – Can you compare the given lengths using the correct language (shorter, longer) and using the greater than, less than and equals symbols (>, < =). Remember the crocodile always eats the biggest amount! Literacy – Identify the adjectives in the sentences and try to write you own sentences including adjectives. Science – Look at the PowerPoint describing different groups of animals, can you sort the given animals into the correct group? Are they mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, fish or insects? Don’t forget to send us some pictures of the great work you are doing. Thank You Mrs Stothard

Friday 24th April

Literacy Daily Challenge:
Can you design your own superhero? Today's daily challenge is to design your own superhero and give them a superpower. The children should give their superhero a name and draw a picture of them. Once they have done this they should write a character description to tell the reader more information about their superhero. Remember to talk about the superhero's appearance and personality and what their superpower is!

Have fun creating your superhero!
Thursday 23rd April

Numeracy Daily Challenge:
Can you move around your house and find and measure the height and length of different objects? The children should always remember we are measuring in centimetres (CM) and the difference between what height and what length is. Record your results into two tables, one table to show the height and one table to show the length. You do not have to use the same objects in both tables, you might choose to measure the height of six objects and then the length of six different objects. I have attached two example results tables, however feel free to use different objects from your house.

Have fun measuring!
Wednesday 22nd April

Science Daily Challenge:
Can you design an information poster/booklet to show the different types of animals? The children should identify the different types of animals (mammals, amphibians, birds, fish, reptiles, minibeasts) and create an information poster/booklet about them. The children should write down the different types of animals with a picture to match and some facts about that particular type of animal, for example all birds lay eggs. The information could be shown in different ways, one way is to use one piece of A4 paper for each type of animal and then put them together to create an information booklet.

The following link provides information videos about each type of animal with a short game underneath the video.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6882hv

Have fun learning about the different types of animals!

Tuesday 21st April

Numeracy Daily Challenge:
Can you count objects in groups of 5 and 10. The following worksheet asks the children to use their knowledge and understanding of how to count up in 5's and 10's.

If you do not have access to a printer this activity can be done in alternate ways. One practical way we have used in school is by having a large group of objects, e.g. building blocks, raisins, lego pieces etc. We then practised grouping the objects into either groups of 5 or 10. Once the children had grouped the objects they counted upwards in either 5's or 10's to find out how many items they had altogether.

 

Please feel free to send your teacher pictures of your work or add your work to your portfolio! We love to see the exciting things you are doing whilst learning at home.

Good luck!

Good morning everyone, we hope you have all had a lovely Easter holiday! From today we will be posting our daily challenges again.

Monday 20th April Daily Challenge

Writing Daily challenge:

Can you write a postcard to a friend? You can write a postcard from a real holiday you have been on or you can use your imagination and create a made up holiday. Remember to include information about your holiday such as, any restaurants you have visited, any places you have visited or any activities you have done. Also, you should try and include some questions for the person you are writing to, such as asking them how they are or what activities they have been doing.

A postcard is easy to set up. You could use an A4 piece of paper with the writing and information on one side and once completed, you can flip the piece of paper and draw a picture for your postcard on the other side.

Good luck!
Monday 6th April

Easter family activities!

Thank you for all of your hard work so far. Over the next two weeks there will be no daily challenges to give the children an Easter break. Together we have come up with some fun family activities that you can try together at home over the Easter holidays. These activities are optional and are fun things that you can do together with the children.

Things that you can try at home are:

An Easter egg hunt
Drawing an Easter picture
Making an Easter bonnet
Retelling the Easter story
Decorating eggs
Making some Easter jokes
Creating an Easter painting
Reading an Easter book
Making some Easter biscuits
Writing an Easter story

Although the activities are optional, we still welcome any pictures of the children having a go at the activities.

Have a lovely Easter everybody!
The KS1 Team

Thursday 2nd April

 

Science Daily challenge:  Can you carry out a floating and sinking investigation? Find a mixture of objects and investigate whether they float or sink when placed in a bowl of water. Record your findings in a table.

 

Have fun experimenting with Science!

Wednesday 1st April
Maths Daily challenge: Can you find out how much money we need to be able to buy some toys from the shop?

 

Toy car = 25p    Colouring book = 36p
Football = 30p    Teddy bear = 17p
Toy doll = 22p    Bike = 27p

 

Can you make a shopping list of different toys you would like to buy e.g. a toy car and a football? Add the prices together to find out how much money you will need to buy the toys you want?

 

Have fun with the toy shop and enjoy working out how much money you may need!

Tuesday 31st March Daily Challenge

 

Writing Daily challenge: Can you write a book review for your favourite story? Remember to give a brief summary of the story, including a description of the characters. Also include your opinion on the story and personal recommendation for the text. You could end your book review with a picture of your favourite character or scene from the story.

Good morning! We hope you all had a good weekend and that you are staying safe and happy!
 

Daily learning challenge for Monday 30th March
Maths daily challenge:
Can you carry out a shape hunt in your garden or around your house?

Can you look around your house or your garden and see what objects you can see that are different shapes? Record the name of the object and the shape of the object, e.g. football = a sphere

Please feel free to send your teacher pictures of your work or add your work to your portfolio on dojo! We love to see the exciting things you are doing whilst learning at home.

Good luck! The KS1 staff team

Wednesday 25th March

In Literacy over the last few weeks we have been looking at the story ‘How the Turtle got his Shell’ – the children are very familiar with the story and I am sure they will be able to tell you all about it.

Watch some of the similar Just so stories by Rudyard Kipling (there are some links below)

Choose your favourite character from one of the stories and describe them in as much detail as you can. Remember to describe their appearance and personality. You could draw/paint/create a model of your favourite character first to help you.

 

Remember to practise your times tables (2s, 5s and 10s) Try writing them out to see if you notice any patterns that could help you remember them.

Home Learning for Tuesday 24th March

 

Complete the attached number bonds to 10 activity. Try to use your knowledge of number bonds to 10 to help you e.g. If 7+3=10 then 17+3=20 and 13+7=20

 

Who is your favourite book character? What have you always wanted to ask them?  Write them a letter, tell them all about yourself and ask them lots of questions. Remember to use questions marks for all of your questions.

 

Thank You

Mrs Stothard, Mrs Williams & Mr Gambles

Monday 23rd March

 

Writing: We know that Mother’s Day may have been a little different this year so can you write is a diary entry to tell us all about your day. Don’t forget to include your thoughts and feelings and remember your punctuation. You can use the sound mats that we sent home on Friday to help you.

Numeracy: Complete the attached sheet of Number bonds to 10. If you don’t have a printer you can write them down yourselves.  Try and write the addition and subtract number sentences matched to each number bond e.g.   2+8=10   8+2 = 10     10-8=2       10-2=8

Good Luck!
Mrs Stothard, Mrs Williams & Mr Gambles


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