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Year One Activities

 

Tuesday 14th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

 

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Skill – using Y1 suffixes. Look at Mrs Rushforth’s letter. Underline all the words that use a Y1 suffix – look out for ‘s’, ‘es’ for plurals and ‘ing’, ‘ed’, ‘er’ and ‘est’. Can you colour code the different suffixes?

Tuesday 14th July 2020

Maths – Partitioning numbers. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/430317914. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

14.7.20

SPaG – Complete the activity mats (posted yesterday) – there’s enough for 1 each day (there’s 6 altogether!). There are 3 levels of difficulty – choose your challenge.

 

Reading – Use the story sequencing cards to re-tell the story you read yesterday, ‘Carrot Club’.

carrot club sequencing cards

Geography – What is North America like?

What is South America like? Can you compare the two continents?

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-north-america-like

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-south-america-like 

 

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

 

Monday 13th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂 We hope you had a great weekend.

 

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Jim and the Beanstalk – letter writing – Have a look at the letter examples, what do you notice? In your blue book, write a list of all the features you think you need to include when writing a letter.

Letter examples – Monday 13th July

Maths – Counting to 100. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/430314213. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

13.7.20

SPaG – Complete the activity mats – there’s enough for 1 each day (plus an extra one!). There are 3 levels of difficulty – choose your challenge.

Mat 1

Mat 2

Mat 3

Mat 4

Mat 5

Mat 6

Reading – Carrot Club reading comprehension – this is quite a tricky read, so you might need an adult for help. Read the story and then choose your questions to answer (there are 3 levels of difficulty).

Carrot Club Comprehension

PSHE – ‘How to be a good friend’ – watch the video’s and complete the two practice activities – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhmpnrd 

 

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

 

Music Challenge  13.7.2020

Year 1

Hello Year 1

Challenge 1:

Your first challenge for this week is a fun action song/game called ‘Tony Chestnut’.

Go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txdfEye2kHg

 

Challenge 2:

Learn the ‘Wash your Hands’ song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDHJW4r3elE&vl=en

Now have a go at making up your own hand-washing song.

You could use some of the ideas from the ‘Wash your Hands’ song and you could use a well-known tune such as ‘Twinkle twinkle little star’ or ‘Row row  your boat’ and write your own hand-washing words for it.

Teach your song to a friend online or to someone in your family. Perhaps you could even teach it to me when we see each other again or you could even email it to me.

Stay safe and enjoy your learning.

Mrs Russell

Friday 10th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

 

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Using your learning from this week, write a character description about the giant. There’s no template today, so use the pictures below to help you think of ideas and don’t forget to join sensible ideas together using ‘and’. You should now be aiming to write at least 5 fantastic sentences to describe a character (that would mean 10 ideas!).

Friday 10th July 2020

Maths – Order numbers within 50. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/428006347 Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

10.7.20

Reading – Jim and the beanstalk – ‘Emotion it’ task. There are 2 levels of difficulty, so choose your challenge!

jim-and-the-beanstalk-emotion-it (reading task – Week 6)

Handwriting – Finish practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words (see Monday’s link). Today is the last one in the set!

Geography – What is Asia like? Visit the website to find out about the continent, Asia: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-asia-like

 

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Have a fantastic weekend everyone!

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Thursday 9th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

 

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Apply the skill ‘and’ when writing a character description about Jim. Look at Mrs Rushforth’s example to help.

Thursday 9th July 2020

Maths – Compare numbers within 50. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/428006174. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

9.7.20

Reading – Visit https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and log in using the username march and the password home. Choose a game to play!

Handwriting – Continue practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words (see Monday’s link). You should have completed 8 worksheets so far, so there are 2 more to go!

Computing – Bitesize – How do you program a robot? https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z3tbwmn/articles/zqnc4wx

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Wednesday 8th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

 

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Skill – using ‘and’ to join ideas. Mrs Rushforth has written a character description using her adjectives from yesterday. Tick the sentences that link and use the conjunction ‘and’ well and dot the ones that don’t.

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Maths – Compare objects within 50. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/428005936. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

8.7.20

Reading – Compare Jack and the Beanstalk with Jim and the Beanstalk – what’s the same? What’s different – write sentences to explain in your blue book with the subheadings ‘The same’ and ‘Different’.

Handwriting – Continue practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words (see Monday’s link). You should have completed 7 worksheets so far, so there are 3 more to go!

PE – Have a go at the ‘Gymnastics Animals Activities’.

PE – Gymnastics Animals Activities

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Tuesday 7th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Character description – Label the picture of Jim with adjectives to describe him.

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Maths – One more one less. Watch today’s video here:  https://vimeo.com/428005842. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

7.7.20

Reading – Visit https://phonicsplaycomics.co.uk/comics.html and choose a comic to read.

Handwriting – Continue practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words (see yesterday’s link). You should have completed 6 worksheets so far, so there are 4 more to go!

Geography – What is Africa like? Visit the website to find out about the continent, Africa: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-africa-like

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Music Challenges  6.7.2020

Year 1

Hello Year 1,

Here are your music challenges for this week.

Challenge 1:

Story: Mole Music

Watch the video below …

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RdBZBYLXaA

It’s about a mole who heard some violin music on the TV and decided he wanted to learn to play too!

Think about…

What instrument would you like to play?

What music helps you go to sleep?

Do you want to listen to bouncy, happy songs at bedtime, or gentle, quiet music?

Challenge 2:

Go to  https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/  and enjoy singing the song called ‘Just Sing’. The song can be found in Week Four or the section called ‘Just for fun’.

Look at the last line of each verse e.g. Humpty Dumpty/kangaroo; mashed potato/vindaloo. There are four syllables in the first phrase (Hump-ty Dump-ty) and three in the second (kan-ga-roo). Also, the second word or phrase always ends with an ‘oo’ rhyme. Have some fun writing some new ‘last lines’ and try them out.

‘Sing… (four syllables),

Sing… (three syllables/oo rhyme),

just sing!’

Have fun and stay safe.

Mrs Russell

Monday 6th July

Good Morning everyone 🙂 We hope you had a great weekend.

 

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Listen to the story: Jim and the Beanstalk – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLOj9vtldcg  

Talk to your grown-ups, use a dictionary or use the internet to find out the meanings of these words/phrases:

•       flaming red hair

•       seizing

•       champing (champing his jaws)

•       gnashing (gnashing his teeth)

•       you’ve done wonders

•       oculist

•       false teeth

Extra challenge: Can you use the words/phrases in your own sentences?

Maths – Arrays. Count in 2s. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/428004469. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

6.7.20

Reading – Complete the Jim and the Beanstalk VIPERS activity.

jim-and-the-beanstalk-vipers (reading task – week 6)

Handwriting – Continue practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words (see link below). You should have completed 5 worksheets so far, so there are 5 more to go!

100 High Frequency Handwriting Sheets

PSHE – Listen to the story, ‘The Switch Watch’ then complete the activities: https://families.jigsawpshe.com/stuck-at-home-2/

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Friday 3rd July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Katie went on another visit to the gallery.

 

Write your own story of what might have happened. You could start by creating your own story map before you start writing. Don’t forget to include past tense words and adjectives.

When you’ve finished writing, re-read your work and correct any marvellous mistakes you may have made. Then read your story to an adult, see if they can clap every time they hear a past tense word!

Maths – Go to https://nrich.maths.org/232 and have a go at the problem using your skills of counting in 2s and 5s. As always on the NRICH site, you will find support using the links on the left hand side.

Reading – Complete ‘The Runaway Iceberg’ reading comprehension. There are 3 levels of difficulty so choose your challenge.

The Runaway Iceberg Comprehension

Handwriting – Practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words posted on Monday. There are 10 worksheets, complete 1 a day for the next 2 weeks.

Geography – What is Australia like? Visit the website to find out about the continent, Australia: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-is-australia-like/

 

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Have a lovely weekend!

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Thursday 2nd July

Good Morning everyone 🙂

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

 

English – Using your story map, write the end of the story. Look at Mrs Rushforth’s example to help. She’s remembered to write in the past tense (using the suffix ‘ed’), adjectives and she’s tried to use new vocabulary she’s learnt.

Maths – Add equal groups. Watch today’s video here https://vimeo.com/425797578. Then click on the link below to have a go at the activities.

2.7.20

Reading – Visit https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/ and log in using the username march and the password home. Choose a game to play!

Handwriting – Practising joins using the first 100 high frequency words posted on Monday. There are 10 worksheets, complete 1 a day for the next 2 weeks.

Computing – Bitesize – What are computer bugs? Visit the website to find out more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z3tbwmn/articles/ztgjq6f

 

Any questions, as always, just email us.

Miss Hewlett and Mrs Rushforth 😊

Wednesday 1st July

Good Morning everyone 🙂 Wow, we’re finally in July! 🌞😎🌻🐇

Here’s the work set for Year 1 children today:

English – Using your story map, write the middle of the story. Look at Mrs Rushforth’s example to help. She’s remembered to write in the past tense (using the suffix ‘ed’), adjectives and she’s tried to use new vocabulary she’s learnt.