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Please note: A full weeks worth of home-learning has been added for this week.

Friday 3rd April

 

Literacy

Continue with your diary entries.

Things to remember: Say the sentence you want to write before you write it. Remember to use the phonics help mat to help you sound out words and your common exception word mat to copy tricky spellings from. Take care with your handwriting and letter formation, remembering your talls and tails and try to include your capital letters and full stops. 

All help mats and videos are available under Monday's information.

Numeracy- Counting in 5s

Topic- Easter

Below are some examples of Easter crafts that you can do at home. Obviously it will depend on the resources you have available, but if you can why not give one of them a go. I would love to see some photos! Just email them to the school email address.

Thursday 2nd April

 

Literacy

Continue with your diary entries.

Things to remember: Say the sentence you want to write before you write it. Remember to use the phonics help mat to help you sound out words and your common exception word mat to copy tricky spellings from. Take care with your handwriting and letter formation, remembering your talls and tails and try to include your capital letters and full stops. 

All help mats and videos are available under Monday's information.

Topic- Easter

Below are some examples of Easter cooking activities that you can do at home. Obviously it will depend on the ingredients you have available, but if you can why not give one of them a go. I would love to see some photos! Just email them to the school email address.

Wednesday 1st April

 

Literacy

Continue with your diary entries.

Things to remember: Say the sentence you want to write before you write it. Remember to use the phonics help mat to help you sound out words and your common exception word mat to copy tricky spellings from. Take care with your handwriting and letter formation, remembering your talls and tails and try to include your capital letters and full stops. 

All help mats and videos are available under Monday's information.

Numeracy

Counting in 5s to 50.

Practise counting in 5s to at least 50. Stamp around the house or garden counting in 5s. Create a counting in 5s number line to support you. Can you spot a pattern with the ones? (0,5)

Topic- Easter Reading Comprehension Activity

Tuesday 31st April

 

Literacy

Continue with your diary entries.

Things to remember: Say the sentence you want to write before you write it. Remember to use the phonics help mat to help you sound out words and your common exception word mat to copy tricky spellings from. Take care with your handwriting and letter formation, remembering your talls and tails and try to include your capital letters and full stops. 

All help mats and videos are available under Monday's information.

 

Numeracy- Counting in 2s.

Topic- Easter Week Timeline

Monday 30th March

 

Literacy

Diary writing.

As we all know, these are unusual times that children in the future will learn about in their history lessons. This week we are going to keep a diary so you can look back on this week in years to come.

Use the attachment below that includes some helpful hints when writing a diary entry. 

Things to remember: Say the sentence you want to write before you write it. Remember to use the phonics help mat to help you sound out words and your common exception word mat to copy tricky spellings from. Take care with your handwriting and letter formation, remembering your talls and tails and try to include your capital letters and full stops. 

The link below will take you to a selection of videos showing correct letter formation in cursive writing. 

Friday 27th March

 

Numeracy

Complete allocated tasks on mathletics. These focus on reading, writing, ordering and sequencing with numbers to 50.

 

Literacy/ Phonics

Play the 5 allocated unit 18 (ew, ue, u-e, u/oul) sounds, reading, letters, spelling and language games on Bugclub. These are the games you normally play for your homework and are available under the my stuff, phonics tab.

 

Topic- Science

Plants.

Have a look through this powerpoint and show your adult what you have been learnt about plants. Can you remember any of our vital vocabulary we have been using to name different parts of a plant. There is an art and craft activity included in this powerpoint. If you do not have the resources you could draw/ paint a picture of a plant or go for a short local walk and collect things that you could make a plant collage from.

 

Thursday 26th March

 

Numeracy- Counting in 2s.

Literacy- Can you spell these words using the correct /oo/ grapheme?

Topic- Religious Education.

Easter

Read through the Easter story with an adult. What are the key points of the story? Continue your discussion about why we celebrate Easter. Can you retell the Easter story in your own words?

Easter story

Wednesday 25th March

 

Literacy/ Phonics

Log in to Bugclub.

Click on the My Stuff tab.

Click on the Phonics tab.

Open Unit 18 language Lesson.

It will open on the reading tab.

Click on show.

Read the sentence, remembering all the alternative 'u / oo' sounds you have been learning.

Click on the blue right arrow and read the next sentence.

Continue until all sentences have been completed. You will know when they have as the arrow will fade and you will not be able to click on it.

Following this, click on the spelling/ writing tab

Click on say. Have a go at writing the sentence. Remember, it will include some of the /u/oo/ sounds you have been learning.

Click on the blue right arrow and read the next sentence.

Continue until all sentences have been completed. You will know when they have as the arrow will fade and you will not be able to click on it.

When you have written all of the sentences, click on the blue cross in the top right corner to exit.

Topic- Religious Education

Easter

Read through the powerpoint of The Meaning of Easter with your adult. Why do Christian's celebrate Easter? What do you think about the Easter story? How does it make you feel? What do you enjoy most about Easter? 

Numeracy- Counting in 2s to 50.

Practise counting in 2s to at least 50. Try saying one number out loud and then 1 number in your head. Stamp around the house or garden counting in 2s. Create a counting in 2s number line to support you. Can you spot a pattern with the ones? (0,2,4,6,8)

Tuesday 24th March.

Numeracy- Place Value to 50.

Literacy/ Phonics

Log in to Bugclub.

Click on the My Stuff tab.

Click on the Phonics tab.

Open Unit 18 /oo/ short as 'u', 'oul'  Lesson.

Once open, watch the video on the sounds tab if there is one appears. Please note, not all sounds have a video.

Click on the spelling tab.

Click on the say button.

Have a go at writing down the word that was given. Remember, it will include the /ur/ grapheme.

Check with your adult if you have spelt it correctly.

Write a sentence containing that word.

Click on the blue right arrow.

Continue until all words have been completed. You will know when they have as the arrow will fade and you will not be able to click on it.

Following this, click on the picture tab.

Look at the picture. Write down the word it represents. Remember, it will include the /ur/ grapheme.

When you have spelt all of the words and written sentences containing these words, click on the blue cross in the top right corner to exit.

 

Topic- Science.

Recently we have been looking at trees that are evergreen; trees that do not lose their leaves during Autumn and are green all year round, and deciduous trees; trees that do lose their leaves during Autumn. Have a look at the trees in your surrounding area. Can you spot any evergreen trees. Can you spot any deciduous trees. Use the pdf below to help you identify the types of trees you can see.

23rd March 2020

Numeracy

Complete assigned task on Mathletics.

 

Literacy/ Phonics

Log in to Bugclub.

Click on the My Stuff tab.

Click on the Phonics tab.

Open Unit 18 /oo/ short as 'u', 'oul' Revision.

Once open, click on the reading tab.

Click on the show button and read the word.

Click on the right arrow.

Click on show and read the next word.

Repeat this until you have read all the words.

When you have read all of the words, click on the blue cross in the top right corner to exit.

 

Open Unit 18 /oo/ short as 'u', 'oul' Lesson.

Once open, click on the reading tab.

Sound out the word given and blend to say the word..

Click on blend to check you were right.

Click on the blue right arrow.

Sound out the next word given and blend to say the word.

Repeat this until you have read all the words.

When you have read all of the words, click on the blue cross in the top right corner to exit.

 

Topic- Geography

Recently we have been looking at human and physical features in Geography. Go for a short, local walk with your family. What human features can you see? What physical features can you see. Use the attached help mat for support. When you return home, draw and label the different features you saw in your home learning book? Do you think that the human features are important? Do they spoil the landscape or do they improve it? Research old photos of your hometown on the internet. Do you like it as it is now or would you prefer it to still be like the old photos. Can you explain your reasoning?

 

20th March 2020

Numeracy

Play a game of bingo with numbers to 50. If you don't have an actual game, write down 6 numbers between 1-50 on a piece of paper. Get your adult to call out numbers to 50. If you have the number they say, cross it off. Then swap roles. Your adult has to pick 6 numbers to 50 and you be the caller. Why not try to trick your parents by saying the number as tens and ones. e.g 43 as 4 tens and 3 ones. Can your parents work out which number you have said. 

 

Literacy

  • Shhhh!!! For children's eyes only!

Make a Mothers' Day card for your mum. Decorate it with any art resources you have in your house. This could be crayons, colouring pencils, paints, chalks etc...

Write a lovely message for your mum inside. Tell your mum why you love her. Use the phonics and common exception word mats to support you. (See attached PDF)

 

Topic- PE

Supermovers counting fun!

19th March 2020

Numeracy

Teach your parents about dienes rods and how we use them to make numbers. Show your parents how we draw dienes rods to show the tens and ones in numbers. Get your parents to challenge you by giving you a number between 1-50. Can you draw that number using tens and ones? Now you choose a number between 1-50. Can your parents draw it correctly? Mark their work for them. Repeat this for 10 numbers each.

 

Phonics

Log in to Bugclub and complete all UNIT 17 phonic games. These focus on alternative 'oa' graphemes. Remember, a grapheme is the letters that you use to write specific sounds. A phoneme is the sound those letters make when you say them.

 

Topic

After looking after our beans for the last few weeks, we found that some beans grew and some beans didn't. Can you explain to your parents why some did and some didn't grow?  Draw a picture of a bean and label the things a bean would need to grow. 

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