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Here are a variety of links and activities to support Year 1 pupils and parents when learning at home. They will be added to regularly as our suggested weekly timetable changes and in response to your feedback. If you have any queries/ ideas, just want to show us what you’ve been up to, or keep in touch, please contact Miss Shacklady at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr Wignall at email@example.com (weekdays between 8.30am-3pm).
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Summer 1 timetables
Summer 2 timetables
- Have a tickle fight!
- Ride your bike
- Roll the dice let’s get moving
- Track your move it minutes
- ‘the mile’ is 9 laps of the KS2 playground. In school, the children can choose to walk, jog or run it or a mixture of the above! Jogging for 3 laps (about 8 minutes) without stopping is an aim for our Y1s.
- Bean Bag Throw Challenge Around the World Challenge Obstacle Challenge Figure of 8 Challenge Fast Feet
- Search for the ‘Kidz Bop’ versions of these songs on YouTube and get your boogie on!
Monday Lesson 1 – Find a half (1)
Tuesday Lesson 2 – Find a half (2)
Wednesday Lesson 3 – Find a quarter (1)
Thursday Lesson 4 – Find a quarter (2)
Whiterose are only providing 4 sets of videos and worksheets each week. As a result, we have decided to use the session on Fridays to introduce our Year Ones to a unit of work that we have not yet covered this year, but they will come across in Year Two: position and direction.
Each week, take a look at the PowerPoint provided, there is no video or worksheets, but work through the tasks together. Try to work in as practical a way as possible. Enjoy!
NEW Karate Cats games! https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw
Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s using a 100 square (either printed out or on a device) is a great way to spot the patterns that are produced.
Mental Maths w/c 6th July
Represent numbers to 100 Activities
Can you find different ways to make numbers up to 100?
Grab a dice and roll it twice!
The first roll is your tens. The second roll is your ones.
So if Mr Wignall rolls a 3 and then rolls a 5. What number does he have?
THAT’S RIGHT! 35!
Once you have your number discuss it with your child. Grab some spaghetti and macaroni as your tens and ones. Or maybe use straws and pennies. It’s up to you but you need to try and recreate the number 35 in as many ways as possible!
Maybe you can try and make 35 pence too with different coins.
Pick a different number everyday and make it in different way.
Try these worksheets to help you out and have fun!
Don’t ever let anyone tell you maths isn’t fun! Mr Wignall is currently surrounded by pasta and money!
Have fun and send us pics!
Try to read every day. There are lots of e-books in all different genres on this website https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ Find your colour band from the drop down list under ‘levels’
Play ‘word bingo’ using this website https://www.bookwidgets.com/embed/3DP28
Watch Mrs Marriott and Mrs Milner playing below – who do you think will win?
This is the House that Jack Built (look for the Simms Taback version on YouTube) reading tasks
NEW Read this setting description together. What do you like about it? What features can you spot? What might you ‘magpie’ for your own writing? Ocean setting description
Storytime and book talk discussion- When sharing a story with your child(ren) whether they are reading or you, it is beneficial to talk about the illustrations, characters, plot (or facts for non-fiction). Ask questions like:
- Which was your favourite part? Why?
- Can you remember the number of…? colour of…? location of…?
- How did that happen? Why did that happen?
- When did she feel upset?
- Can you think of an incident/person/ time in your life that was similar? etc.
Return of the Rose stone Powerpoint oa and o_e I Spy
Phonics help booklet for parents. Parents phonics booklets
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ Choose a Phase 5 activity to do.
https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/poopDeck/index.html We’re on Phase 5.
29.06.20 and 06.07.20
We are sharing a setting description and then practising some of the features we find- tasks 29.96.20
Then we will write our own- planning template for setting descriptions
This writing is based around this extract The Great Explorer
Check out all of this week’s tasks in this document- There are bonus grammar task here and some reading tasks too!
Monday- jellyfish writing
Tuesday and Wednesday- use the spider-diagram document to write adjectives and other ideas about a new spider for Mrs Brown’s shed. What is special about your spider? Then decide on a new location that this spider could hide in. Add in detail and adjectives to support your writing on Friday.
Friday- write the story of Sidney Spider again and add in your new elements to the story retell the story lined paper
We are going to partake in lots of speaking, listening, reading and writing activities around the story ‘Sidney Spider’. We will do some of the activities from this booklet each day. We will read the spider fact file and then write our own fact file about jellyfish (from our World Oceans Day learning on Monday).
Here are some stand alone writing activities for you to try if you prefer:
- Fitness instructions
- Form a sentence pig snake hen
- a-z dino
- Creative Writing Prompt Question Writing Frames
- Create your own Mr Men/ Little Miss. mr men little miss Make a Book
- Diary template
- Story booklet How to draw tutorials
New spellings will be set each week. Get someone to test you on your spellings on Thursdays.
Why not try a SPaG or Spelling Assessment? Use the mark scheme to support you.
Are you ready to start practising whole sentences in cursive?!
I can tell others about things that happened when I was little.
Talk to a grown up about something that has happened to you in the past! Try and go as far back as you can remember! What happened? Was it special? Talk to your grown up about the past, present and future! Can you write down any words or phrases you use when talking about the past? For example,
“A long time ago, Mr Wignall had lots of long fluffy hair!”
I know that some objects belong to people of the past.
Have a look at the powerpoint with your grown up. Can you believe some of the things your mums and dads used when they were young? Maybe your grandparents might recognise more instead? Hee hee.
We have so many new modern things now around our house but they do the same jobs we have always needed doing. How has having a wash changed? How has listening to music changed? It is amazing how different things are. What about in another 100 years’ time? Maybe you can think of an invention that people can use in the future?
Match the modern and past items on the worksheet and label them.
I can sequence toys from different periods of time.
Share with the children the British pathe video of a toy factory where they can see women putting the toys together by hand and then watch inside Lego’s robot factory and compare how the toys are made entirely from machines.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whv-krWnq0g Lego Factory… So cool!
Use the power point and to help sort the pictures of old and new toys into past or present.
Have a look around your house for old toys! Have your grown ups or grandparents kept any? I know Mr Wignall still has his old dolly tucked under the bed… (but shhh don’t tell anyone)
Have fun with these activities and be amazed at how things have changed over the years!
We are going to be learning all about a very interesting Italian artist- Arcimboldo. Search on google images with an adult for examples of his work. What makes it usual?
Take a close look at Arcimboldo’s seasons artwork using this website, you can even zoom in on each image. Can you tell which season each painting represents?
We are going to be recreating Arcimboldo’s artwork! Outline of faces in profile You could try drawing/ colouring/ painting, or using what nature has to offer to create some transient art!
NEW extra resource http://www.middlestreet.org/archim/archimboldo.htm
NEW We are going to be partaking in some art appreciation this week. Choose one of the pieces of art done by one of your classmates in school and give it ‘2 stars and a wish’ (2 positives and an improvement point). Art Evaluation
Continue to explore the music from home programme from Charanga. We have now added the ‘pop music’ unit called ‘Your Imagination’ to your package. We shall be working on this unit in school, so you can follow at home with us or just continue with where you are with the at home programme if you prefer.
If you haven’t received your unique user information for this, then please email your class teacher. Any problems with the programme, please email our Music lead in school Mrs Firkins at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a look at this PowerPoint with your child that explains the basics of the Jewish faith. Introduction-to-Judaism
Use the PowerPoint to help you complete this worksheet. Can you work out which items are connected to Judaism and which items are not? Introduction-to-Judaism-activity
Let’s have a look at 3 special items that are important to Jewish people.
Torah – The Jewish sacred text is called the Torah. It is the laws of God given to the Jews by the prophet Moses who received them from God on Mount Sinai.
Tallit – Devout Jews will put on a shawl called a tallit to pray. The fringes are a reminder of the commandments of the Torah.
Kippah – When in the synagogue, men cover their heads. The Kippah reminds Jews of their faith.
Can you research the above items and draw / paint a picture of one of them? Can you teach someone else what you have learned using your picture?
Check out the videos on this webpage, if you want to learn more about Judaism.
Explore part of this webpage together https://reonline.org.uk/specials/jwol/ Follow this pathway to find the area where you can explore inside the Jewish place of worship- a synagogue.
- Click on ‘what we do’
- Then, ‘space’
- Then, ‘synagogue’
- Finally, click on ‘explore a synagogue’
w/c 6th July
This week, we’re continuing our learning about Judaism with a lesson about Jewish weddings. Watch this video and make notes on what makes a Jewish wedding special. Have you been to a wedding? How is a Jewish wedding different other weddings?
We have started our new Science topic- seasons.
Week 1 Read this story together Seren’s Seasons. Discuss the four seasons and defining factors of each. Sequence the story by matching the seasons to what Seren does in each of them. Seren’s Seasons Sequencing Seren’s Seasons Differentiated Reading
Week 2 We are going to talk about how the types of clothes we wear change for the difference seasons. Dress Seren for the weather PowerPoint Can you think of any items of clothing that are useful for all of the seasons? Task- what to wear each season
Week 3 This week we are going to focus on weather. We all now know that it warms up in the spring and summer and cools down in the autumn and winter. We are going to keep a weather diary this week and take a look into some jobs in weather -such as weather reporters. Have you ever wondered how they work out what the weather will be like tomorrow?
Listen for weather sounds https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/b03g6w13
Make a list of some of the important people in the world of weather https://www.metlink.org/primary/key-stage-1/weather-people/
Can you role play as a weather reporter? weather forecast examples
I know that evergreen trees keep their leaves throughout the year and that deciduous trees lose their leaves in Autumn.
Watch the video and powerpoint about evergreen and deciduous trees.
Activity: Go on a tree hunt! See what trees you can find and see if you think they are deciduous or evergreen? Can you label the trees as deciduous or evergreen? Discuss it with your grown up and if they don’t know… how can we find out?
I know that oak trees are deciduous and fir trees are evergreen.
Watch the video and song about why deciduous and evergreen trees are different.
Activity: Complete the worksheet sorting Evergreen and Deciduous trees.
Can you complete the challenge questions too?
Make sure you try and spot these trees when you are out and about!
Play this extra tree sorting game
Use these learner guides and class clips to learn all about plants.
Then use your knowledge to help you grow some mustard or cress seeds, or try some Scarlet Runner Beans. They grow really fast and tall!
Lets learn about the different parts of a plant! Parts of plants
Why not pick a dandelion and see if you can see the different parts!
Can we spot and identify different plants in our gardens and out and about?
Have a look at this PowerPoint to learn about some of the different plants you might see in our local area. Plant-identification
Complete the worksheet to see if you can name some of the local common plants! Science common plants
Ask mum and dad to google some of the ones you don’t know and write a fact file on it.
Complete a research project for Mr Wignall! He has no idea what a Shepherd’s Purse is! See if you can find one and take some pictures. Why is it called a Shepherd’s Purse?! Why would a Shepherd need a purse?! Please help!
‘Healthy Mind, Happy Me’ (PSHE)
NEW Calm your mind and sleep colouring
LO: I can plan a route around school (or home).
- How to get from your current classroom space to the KS1 building/ your old classroom.
- How to get from your old classroom to the dinner hall at KS2.
LO: I know where I live and I can tell someone my address.
We will talk about times when we might need to tell someone our address e.g. inviting someone around; asking someone to write us a letter/ send a gift; or if we got lost. We will talk about being careful with who we tell our address to.
P4C (Philosophy for Children)
Listen to Miss Shacklady read this book and use it as the stimulus to explore the question below together.
Charts and certificates
Do you remember when we had the visit from the Teddy Bears’ Hospital? This colouring will remind you of that happy and exciting time!
NEW Enjoy this story about the Queen losing her hat!
Who would like to learn how to say hello in lots of different languages?
Can you learn the months of the year? How about spelling them?
“We miss you very much and hope that you are happy. We will see you all soon. Keep smiling!”
Take a look at what we’ve been up to at home!
Don’t forget to sing like Winnie as you do his exercises! ‘Tra la la, tra la la’