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Home Learning - Week 6

Hello Again - nice to see you all here!

                                

I must say, a massive thank you to everyone that has sent in their activities from last week, we had some spectacular vlogs from Renzo, Paige, Arrabella and Boris - Well Done guys you did an amazing job teaching us new skills.    

                        

Here is a nice song to start the week off with

 

Over in the Meadow

Monday

 

Literacy

All groups - 10 minutes  - Practice spellings - click here to open introduce new words and discuss what they mean. Can they say the word in a sentence. Explore how word is spelt and identify a pattern if there is one and highlight it. 

 

Encourage your child to think of a sentence with one of words in and then for them to write it down.

 

Gruffalos and Incredibles  - should be writing longer sentences including some details and linking words for example 'and', 'because'.  

 

'I would love some applesauce and roast potatoes with my Sunday lunch because they taste lovely.'

 

BillyGoats and Buzz Lightyears - write a simple sentence independently, for example

 

'The wind blew the nest down from the tree.'

'I put my dishes in the sink.'

 

Activity

 

Billy Goats and Buzz Light year - play the game 'Does it make  sense'

 

Children to read a ‘mixed up’ sentence. Then make it correct by clicking and dragging words into the correct order.

 

Learning Objectives

  • To expect reading to make sense and check if it does not
  • To reinforce and apply pupils’ word-level skills through shared and guided reading

Using the Reading Game

  •  start the lesson by loading Wellington’s ‘Does it make sense’ reading game  A
  • Ask Child what small creature they can see. Ask child what they know about turtles.
  •  Read out what they will be doing in this reading game.
  • Start the game and ask a pupil to read the sentence aloud. Does it make sense?
  • Adult to model clicking and dragging words up on to the line, with the child suggesting the correct word order.
  • Answers will be automatically marked. Does the new sentence make sense?
  • Children should be encouraged to read completed correct sentence by themselves. 

PLENARY

  • At the end discuss the word ‘recycling’ and ask why it is important to recycle our rubbish. Ask your child to consider the danger to all sea life from waste products thrown into the sea

Literacy Homework

If you would like to extend the learning  -  Draw an underwater picture full of happy sea creatures with no rubbish to spoil their home.

 

 

Gruffalos and Incredibles - Play the game 'question mark'

 

Children to read the given sentences, identify question and add question mark appropriately.

 

Learning Objectives

  • To read and understand two simple sentences
  • To identify which is the question and add a question mark appropriately

Using the Reading Game

  • Begins the activity by showing your child an enlarged full stop and question mark, and asks them to name each one and explain its purpose.
  • Discuss when to use each one and define the word question.
  • Explain that your child is going to use this knowledge to help a tortoise called Zed to build something in his shed.
  • Show children the start of the question mark reading game. Encourage them to suggest ideas of what Zed might be building.
  • Adult to demonstrate how the game works using the first set of sentences.
  • Child to complete the rest
  • Did anyone guess what Zed was making?
  • Using pen & paper, child to write one sentence and one question 

PLENARY

 Adult to show pre-prepared questions or sentences. Child to read aloud, then ‘thumbs up’ if a question, and ‘thumbs down’ if a sentence.

     

 

Maths

 

 

All groups - 10 mins daily mental warm up, click on images for your group to open

 

Stars &  Hexagons - ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points.  For example, 33,34,35,36,37 /52,54,56,58,60/ 25,30,35,40,45 / 30,40,50,60,70.  Also watch the new clip counting in 10s from any number. 

 

               

 

Diamonds & Hearts

 

         

 

All groups 

Watch the story below ‘The Magic Pot’.  Can you guess what we will be exploring in maths today?

 

      

 

Did you guess correctly?  YES it is DOUBLING! Doubling is when you add together 2 groups of the same amount. Watch the clip below. 

 

  

 

To learn more click on the image to open the PowerPoint below, then click on the 'slideshow' tab, then click 'Play from beginning slide' tab.  

 

Work your way through each slide and solve the problem before the next click!  Make sure you read the questions at the top of the slide. 

 

  

 

PARENTS my favourite way to introduce doubles is using a mirror.  Give your child a mirror and ask her or him to hold up one finger. Seeing the reflection of their finger in the mirror instantly demonstrates how to double one.  Continue using this method of holding up fingers until they could double to five. We would then explore doubles by placing different objects in front of the mirror and counting them. Take a look at how to teach doubles with a mirror and a clip with fun ideas to help children understand what doubling.  Practice both ways of writing a double number sentence:                1 + 1 = 2 / double 1 = 2 

 

            

 

 

 

Topic

Lets explore the names of some fruit and vegetables

Vegetable Song | Songs for kids | The Singing Walrus

Fruit Guessing Game for Kids! | CheeriToons

Do you know your fruit? Try and guess as many fruits as possible before the time runs out! Don't forget to check out our channel for more guessing games! ★★★...

Guess What the Vegetable is? Zaky Game

Click on the picture below and see if you can name all the vegetables and fruits

 

Which one is your favourite?

 

     

 

       

Tuesday

Literacy

All groups - 10 minutes  - Practice spellings - click here to open 

 

Miss Campbell's group watch the video for the sound 'ur' - Nurse with the purse  - phonics flashcard

Activity

 

All groups - listen to the story of 'Olivers Vegetables"

Open the powerpoint below and follow the slides to find out all about adjectives

 

                 

 

What am I game (for 2 or more players )

 

  • Get a pillowcase/ bag and some different fruits and vegetables.
  • Explore the vegetables using your senses, seeing how they look and feel.
  • Talk about how they feel and think of some adjectives to describe them
  • Now, put them in the bag/ pillowcase. 
  • First person put your hand into the bag, choose one vegetable and feel it (don't get it out) describe it using as many adjectives as you can to see if the other person can guess what it is.

 

"What am I - I am small and round one oval shaped, I am a bit squishy, my colour is green."

"That's right, I'm a grape"

 

  • Now test your skills and have a go at completing our challenge below - click the picture to open

 

           

 

 

Maths

 

 

All groups 10 mins daily mental warm upclick on images for your group to open

 

Stars & Hexagons - ask an older sibling or parent if free to ask you to count on from different starting points.  For example, 33,34,35,36,37 /52,54,56,58,60/ 25,30,35,40,45 / 30,40,50,60,70.  Also watch the new clip counting in 10s from any number.

 

             

 

Diamonds & Hearts

 

       

 

All groups - 

Watch the Doubling alien power point as it did not work yesterday! Click on the image to open the PowerPoint below, then click on the 'slideshow' tab, then click 'Play from beginning slide' tab.  Work your way through each slide and solve the problem before the next click!  Make sure you read the questions at the top of the slide. 

     

 

Stars & Hexagons - work through the power point and watch the clips below.  

       

Now open the activity below and complete your choice of picture doubles sheet to help you solve and record answers in a number sentence in your book.

     

    

Diamonds & Hearts - work through the power point and watch the clips below.

      

Now open the activity below and complete your choice of picture doubles sheet to help you solve and record answers in a number sentence in your book or print off the page of your choice.

  

Topic

Have some fun exploring different fruits and vegetables, have a go at the activity below.

Send us your artwork so we can add it to our gallery.

Painting with Fruits and Veggies

Turn apples into lunchtime art, celery into floral masterpieces, and potatoes into just about anything at all. Slice, dip, stamp, and play.

       Here's one I made earlier

 

       

Wednesday

Literacy

All groups - 10 minutes  - Practice spellings - click here to open 

 

Miss Campbell's group watch the video for the sound 'ow' - How now brown cow  - phonics flashcard

There is a worksheet below to reinforce the sound if you would like to have a go at it

 

       

Activity

Se what else Oliver is up to in the video below

Make a shopping list for the things you would like to buy to make your fruit salad. 

 

Use the template or just write it in you home learning books or on paper  

 

Now, give your shopping list to an adult from your family so they can buy the ingredients you need to make your very own fruit salad 

What will you put in yours?

 

Sound out the words carefully to hear all the sounds as you write it down.

Make sure you do your best writing so that the adult can read it

 

           

Maths

 

All groups - 10 mins daily mental warm up, click on the clips for your group.

Stars & Hexagons

             

 

Diamonds & Hearts

        

 

All groups - Look at the doubles songs below, choose a favourite and use that to help you mentally recall doubles.

          

 

Today you are going to make a pairs doubling memory game to play with a brother, sister, mum or dad. Open the number cards below for your group and either print them out or make your own number cards.  

 

Next lay all the cards out of order face down so you cannot see the number.  Take it in turns to turn over just 2 cards on your go to find matching numbers, if you find a matching number you must say what the double number is to win the cards.  Try to use mental recall to solve, but if you are not able to do this, use any counting strategies or doubling objects strategies to solve. HAVE FUN!

 

                   

                            Diamonds & Hearts         Stars & Hexagons         Stars - challenge, larger numbers

 

Topic

Watch the video all about a famous artist who used fruit and vegetables to make his art

Then why not have a go at making your own fruit face on the interactive webpage below

If you feel really inspired, you could have a go at making a face using real vegetables and fruit.

Make sure you take some pictures and sent them to us.

Mrs Colley and Miss Campbell will have a go too and show you what we made

Have fun

 

 

            

To finish lets watch a funny song about vegetables

Thursday

Thursday

 

 

Literacy 

All groups - 10 minutes  - Practice spellings - click here to open 

 

Miss Campbell's group complete the word search.      

 

Activity

 

  • Watch the videos below
  • Create a recipe for Fruit Salad
  • Write out instructions so someone else can follow them.
  • Use the template below if you want or just write it in your home learning books
  • Decorate your recipe with colourful fruits                                                                                             

 

     

Writing Instructions- Year 1

This week in Literacy the children will be writing instructions. The video explains what an instruction is and gives some examples.

How to Make Perfect Fresh Fruit Salad

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Maths

 

All groups - 10 mins daily mental warm up - click on links for your group.

  

Stars & Hexagons

              

 

Diamonds & Hearts

        

 

 

Stars, Hexagons & Diamonds

 

Sing along to the doubles songs below or choose your favourites! You can also look at any of the doubling learning clips that have been up this week to prepare your brains! Play the warm-up Archery doubles game level 1 below. 

 

                       

 

Today you are going to play timed doubles games to improve and test your mental recall of doubles. You will need to become a doubling expert in any game of your choice from the games below, as we are inviting you to play the timed game of your choice at your chosen level in ‘Beat the Teacher Doubles Challenge’ on Friday morning!

  

       

                                                   Hit the button - click on doubles then choose doubles to 10 from the number range

 

     Look out for entry rules Friday morning!!!  Good Luck! 

 

STARS - if you want to have an extra challenge with larger numbers click on links below

 

      

                                                   Hit the button - click on doubles then choose any number range of your choice

  

Hearts

 

To recap on your learning click on the images to open the Power Points below, then click on the 'slideshow' tab, then click 'Play from beginning slide' tab. Remember to work your way through each slide and solve the problem before the next click!  Make sure you read the questions at the top of the slide.

     

 

 

Watch the clips below to help you practice songs to recall doubles mentally. 

 

              

 

Next play doubling objects using a mirror and doubling pairs game you made yesterday.  Then use the picture doubles sheet to help you solve and record answers in a number sentence in your book or print the page.

 

                        Mirror doubles                                    Pairs doubles memory game        Doubles sheet

  

 

                                                     

Topic

 

You will need an adult to help you

 

  • Make a fruit salad using the ingredients you bought.
  • Follow the recipe you wrote in literacy
  • Take some photos of you making it and send them to us
  • BE CAREFUL WHEN CUTTING UP FRUIT
  • Bon Appetite  - Enjoy

 

Kid Eats: Kitchen Knife Skills for Kids

Friday

 

     Just wanted to say we are loving the fruit & vegetable ART work                                                                  THANK YOU 

 

Literacy & Topic

 

Spelling Test - Ask your Parent to read out the spelling words (out of order) for you to write down, get them to mark them and give you a score out of 10.

 

Activity - Today you are going to be learning how to design, make and evaluate a Milkshake 

 

  • First, watch the Video of the story Oliver's Milkshake
  • Next watch the clip about how to make a milkshake and read what you need to do
  • Then, think about what 'you' would put in a milkshake and design your own one - will you put pineapple and mango in or watermelon and orange?  See design sheet below
  • After that, ask an adult to help you and make your very own milkshake
  • Finally, read the evaluation sheet and answer the questions in you books or on the sheet
  • Now it really is the end - Take some photos of you making and enjoying the milkshakes so we can see which design is the tastiest.  

 

Oliver's Milkshake

   

                                Milkshake Design Sheet                                        Milkshake Evaluation    

                                                             

Maths

 

All groups to complete Big Maths Addition Sheet & Big Maths CLIC sheet.  Click on images below to open. 

 

              

 

Stars - The idea of the Big Maths Addition sheet is to develop mental calculations.  Once you have been successful in completing these weekly sheets correctly, begin to try and complete all calculations in a set time.  Start initially with 3 or 2 minutes and as your mental calculation skills improve reduce the time each week.  The Final goal is to be able to complete these sheets within 30 seconds. The sums are written in different orders each week!  

 

Hexagons - As stars except perhaps start off with completing in 5 or 4 minutes and slowly reduce the time over the next few weeks.  

 

Diamonds & Hearts - use objects or number line to help solve additions with no time limit. 

 

Please email us with how you are doing on the Big Maths Addition Sheet – see questions below for you to think about. 

1. How are you solving the addition facts each week - with objects, number line or mental recall?  

2. Are you timing yourself? 

3. How long does it take to complete all sums? 

4. How many are you getting correct in a specific time? 

5. Do you feel you are getting better in your addition skills? 

 

      IT’S BEAT THE TEACHER DOUBLES CHALLENGE – ARE YOU READY? 

 

Play any of the songs, Power Points, video clips and games you have used this week to warm up your mental recall doubling skills.  The rules for entry are below. 

1. Choose which doubles game and which level you want to enter yourself in.

2. When you decide you are ready to do your official time, you must make sure that you have another person 

    with you to witness that is your official entry. 

3. Email us with the name of your witness, the doubles game you played, the numbers you were doubling up 

    to (level) and how many you got correct in 1 minute. 

4. Entry closes on Sunday 17th May.  Once we have received your entries Mrs Colley & Miss Campbell will both

    do an official entry for each game and we will find out if anyone has ‘Beat the Teacher’.   

5. The 8 highest scorers will be announced on the web page on Tuesday. 

 

                                               Mrs Colley - ColleyS2@hwbmail.net 

                                           Miss Campbell  - Campbelh7@hwbmail.net 

 

                        

 

 

                       Good luck everyone! Can’t wait to hear how you get on! 

Just incase you needed to hear some more vegetable songs!

 

                    

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