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Home Learning WB: 06.07.2020

We made our own dough for pizza after learning about Italy. We planted beans.

 

Monday 6th July 2020

 

Hello Year 1

How are you all?

We hope you had a lovely weekend. What have you been up to? My weekend was busy but I enjoyed watching a film that was recommended by Miss Tuki and I also went shopping.The children in school last week had a great time and enjoyed their learning. They have chosen to do work on Little Red Riding Hood and so this week we shall be learning that story and writing it. In maths we shall be looking at number bonds to 10.

 

Thank you for doing your work and especially to your parents for their support. We also hope that you liked your new workbooks. If you have not collected them, please come to school between 9.00am to 3.30pm and collect them the school office.

 

Do not forget that there are more links on the main year 1 page where you can access more learning that has been allocated to you on active Learn and Bug club and you also have Numbots which your child can work through the different activities on there.

 

 

Take care and we shall speak to all tomorrow.

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

English - Ask an adult to read the story below. See if you can read along with some of the words. What do we call the words that are in bold and underlined? What do you think the words dawdle and cautioned mean?

 

 

Questions

1. Who are the characters in this story?

2. Where is the setting of this story?

3. Who did Little Red Riding Hood go to visit?

4. Who did she meet in the woods?

5. What did the wolf do to grandma?

6. What happened at the end of the story?

 

Dawdle means to take your time/ waste time or to do something slowly.

Cautioned means to warn.

 

Can you use the words dawdle and cautioned in another sentence of your own?

 Maths - Warm up

sing along to the number bond song on the link below

Number bond 10 song

Watch the video below on how the teacher uses pegs to teach number bonds. We would then like you to try this with your child. If you do not have a coat hanger and pegs, you can use 10 pencils or spoons. Systematically move one object across and talk about how you can write it as a calculation. Repeat the process by moving 2 objects, discuss the calculation, then move 3 objects. Repeat until you have 0 left. 

Number bonds to ten

Addition and Subtraction - Key Stage 1

I have used pens.

 

Phonics -  oe

Lesson 23 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 23. First released Wednesday 27th May. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can con...

What's the Big Idea? - Episode 23 - Beautiful

This video looks at finding out what beautiful means to the character in this video.Watch the video and talk about what beautiful means to your child.

Tuesday 7th July 2020

 

Good morning Year 1

 

We hope you enjoyed the story yesterday. Did you think of a sentence for the word dawdle and cautioned?

Here are my sentences.

 

Miss Tuki would dawdle when going to the doctors for an injection. 

 

Miss Fleet cautioned us that it would rain at the weekend.

 

Could you remember the words to the number bond song? We were very good at singing this in school. keep singing it to help you learn your number bonds.

 

Here is your work for today.

Speak to you all tomorrow.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

 English - Order the pictures from the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Talk about what is happening in each picture.

 

How did you do?

What is your favourite part of this story?

What do you think grandma and Little Red Riding Hood will do after they had their picnic?

 

Maths -Copy the Ten Frames as below in your green books and fill in the missing answers.
Phonics - ay     ai    a-e      a as in apron

Lesson 43 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 43. First released Wednesday 24th June. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can co...

Wednesday 8th July 2020

 

Hi Year 1

How did you get on with your learning yesterday? How did you find sequencing the pictures? By the end of this week you will be able to recall your number bonds to 10 more quickly. If you are still finding this tricky, then keep practising.  Also please remember to read for 5 minutes everyday which is very important. It will soon be our Summer holidays and we hope that you continue to work through the holidays so that we don't forget what we have learnt. We are all very proud of you as you have worked so hard!

 Speak to you all again tomorrow. We miss you all. 

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

EnglishDraw the 6 boxes into your green books and draw a story map of Little Red Riding Hood. What will be the title of your story? Write some keywords on your story map.

Use the word mat to help you spell words. Remember to use your phonics to help you spell other words.

Maths - Today we would like you to use number sticks to work out the number bonds to 10.

Lesson 46 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 1. First released Monday 29th June. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can confid...

My friend had a baby boy so I delivered some cakes to her. The white round dessert is called rassomalai with milk.

Thursday 9th July 2020

 

Good morning Year 1 

 

We hope you are all well. How are you? Tomorrow it is a very exciting day for someone. It is Miss Williams birthday on Friday! We are lucky as she is bringing us some cakes tomorrow. Miss Tuki and I are very lucky that we have Miss Williams helping us everyday. She has been busy making some wonderful drawings for some of our reading areas. We think she should be an illustrator or an artist. Can you remember what an Illustrator is?  An illustrator is someone who creates images for a book which brings the book alive.

I have found a video about what an illustrator does that you can watch on the link below. Would you like to be an ilustrator when you grow up? It looks like lots of fun.

 

Well it's bye for now and we shall speak to you again tomorrow. Take care.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

Miss Williams art work

English - Use your story map and write the beginning of your story. Don't forget to write the title of your story. What words do traditional tales start with? Use  your phonics to help you spell words.

Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Try hard to form your letters correctly and sit your letters on the line. 

Maths - Today we would like you to use the part part whole model to make your number bonds to 10. Can you work out the missing number?
Phonics -  play the games below

Friday 10th July 2020

 

Hello Year 1

 

How are you all? Today it's Miss Williams birthday! We are going to ask the children in school to sing happy birthday to her. Has anyone had a birthday in lockdown?

What are you doing over the weekend? You should also be getting your reports and you will find out who your new teacher is in Year 2. Next week you will have an opportunity to meet your new teachers. How exciting! You will see that school looks a bit different. Classrooms look different and some teachers have been getting their classrooms ready for a new start in September.

Thank you to you all for working so hard and especially to your parents for supporting your learning at home. If you have any questions please ring the office and ask to speak to us. Miss Tuki is teaching, so ask for me, Mrs Hussain.

 

Take care and have a great restful weekend.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Tuki

English - Use your story map and write the middle and ending of your story. Before you start, read over your story yesterday to remind yourself what you have written. Make sure your story carries on from what you wrote yesterday. Use your phonics to help you spell words.

Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Try hard to form your letters correctly and sit your letters on the line. 

Maths - Today we would like you to play some number bond games. How fast can you get the answers?  

 

Phonics - Recap on ch

Lesson 33 - Year 1

Watch Year 1 Lesson 33. First released Wednesday 10th June. A new Year 1 lesson is uploaded every week day at 10:30am and is suitable for children who can co...

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