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Week of 20th April 2020

Hello everyone, I hope you all had a restful and enjoyable Easter Break. I look forward to hearing all your news and I am hoping you will send me your lovely Easter recounts at some point this week. I had a lovely break, I particularly enjoyed the delicious chocolately goodness of the Easter eggs!  I’m really enjoying these bright blue mornings and on my cycles I have spotted beautiful blossoming trees as you must also have.

I have turned into quite the little book worm and I hope you have continued your reading. I would like to remind you to have a look at Hartsbourne Reads as lots of staff were busy over the Easter uploading stories for your enjoyment.

Looking forward to hearing from you this term. See your weekly work set out below (Spelling groups are still the same as before) .

Warmest regards,

Ms Burbage

 

 

Weekly spellings Week of 20th April 2020
Mrs Hopkins-Cole

join

coil

soil

fear

near

hear

chair

hair

lair

they

 

Mrs Bradley

remind

child

behind

stick

gold

shock

clock

little

when

what

Ms Burbage

potion

explosion

steer

sphere

sneer

fear

bare

clear

said

friend

 

Overview Year 1 Home School Learning Week 3
Monday, 20th April ‘20

English- reading and writing :

Writing recounts.

Revise recount words from previous week ‘First, next, then, finally’

Write a recount about your Easter Break. (You can write in the copybook I gave you or any piece of paper)

List two things you saw, heard, ate and did. Write a sentence using ‘because’. Give a reason why you had a nice Easter Break.

Use the sentence starters;

I saw … and …

I heard … and ..

I ate … and …

I went to .. and I …

I had a lovely Easter Break because…

Illustrate your sentences by drawing and labelling a picture of your Easter Break.

 

Spellings-  Weekly

Read and write out spellings. Identify patterns, use sound buttons.

 

Maths- Starting multiplication – stems from repeated addition.

Recap skip counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.

Complete page 1 and page 2 worksheets ‘skip counting in 2’s , 5’s and 10’s.

Tuesday, 21st April ‘20

English- reading and writing :

Writing recounts. Investigating story elements.

Choose one of the writing prompts in the literacy worksheet. Consider what is happening in the picture. Verbally discuss using ‘First, next, then, finally’. Complete the written recount on the worksheet or write sentences into your copybooks.

 

Spellings-  Weekly

Put your spellings into sentences.

Think of other words that have the same spelling pattern.

 

Maths- Starting multiplication – stems from repeated addition.

Recap skip counting in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.

Complete page 3 of worksheets ‘skip counting in 2’s , 5’s and 10’s.

Wednesday, 22nd April ‘20

English- reading and writing :

Writing recounts. Investigating story elements.

Choose another of the writing prompts in the literacy worksheet. Consider what is happening in the picture. Verbally discuss using ‘First, next, then, finally’. Complete the written recount on the worksheet or write sentences into your copybooks.

 

Spellings-  Weekly

Illustrate meaning of your spellings. Practice writing out.

 

Maths- Multiplication as repeated addition

Complete page 1 and page 2 of worksheet from ‘multiplication as repeated addition’

 

Thursday, 23rd April 2020

English- reading and writing :

Writing recounts. Investigating story elements.

Choose another of the writing prompts in the literacy worksheet. Consider what is happening in the picture. Verbally discuss using ‘First, next, then, finally’. Complete the written recount on the worksheet or write sentences into your copybooks.

 

Spellings-  Weekly

Write or verbally tell a short story using your spellings. Practice writing them out

 

Maths- Multiplication as repeated addition

Complete page 3 of worksheet from ‘multiplication as repeated addition’

Write your own multiplication sums in copybook such as

1 X 2= ?

2 X 2 = ?

3 X 2 = ?

Friday, 24th April 2020

English- reading and writing :

Writing recounts. Investigating story elements.

Choose another of the writing prompts ( or perhaps you’d like to make up your story setting) in the literacy worksheet. Consider what is happening in the picture. Verbally discuss using ‘First, next, then, finally’. Complete the written recount on the worksheet or write sentences into your copybooks.

 

Spellings-  Weekly

Complete spelling test

Maths- Multiplication

Illustrate multiplication as repeated addition example. Explain to your child these are called arrays. Complete same using example using 2’s and 10’s.

 

1 X 5 =  5 because 1 group of 5  is

*****

 

2 X 5 = 10 because 2 groups of 5 is

*****

*****

 

3 X 5 = 15 because 3 groups of 5  is

*****

*****

*****

.

 

 

Week of 20th April 2020
History

Oral – Discuss transport old and new.

List- Transport by sea

Oral- Research different types of transport by sea

Main- Discuss and sort any sea transport pictures. ( You can draw or research from books at home or research your own if an adult can help you download them from the internet) Compare differences and similarities between two types.

 

PSHE

List- Some rules you have home and in school

Oral- Discuss why do you think we need rules.

Main- Compare rules you have at home and you have in school.  Write some reasons why they help to keep you safe.

 

Computing

List- Different ways we get information

Oral- How we can conduct research online

Main- With an adult, learn how to use Google search engine. Type in your country and see where it is on the world map.

 

PE

Oral- Why do we do P.E?

Warm up- How can we warm up? Demonstrate exercises.

Practise- Do Joe Wicks workout on Youtube

Science- Identify common flowers. List and illustrate all the types of flowers you know. Go on a nature walk and spot flowers and plants. Ask which ones you don’t recognize.

 

Art /DT

Art – Study and discuss famous portraits. Research and find out 2 famous artists. Draw your portrait using their technique.

DT – Make a simple 4 wheel vehicle using recyclable material such a small tea bag box or a small juice carton. Make an axel using a skewer stick and 4 plastic lids from a milk carton. See sample picture below :

Music

Find some everyday objects around the house and experiment with making  a simple beat pattern. Consider the sound it makes , whether it’s a fast or slow beat. How is it repetitive?

RE

Discuss how your family celebrated the Passover or Easter celebrations.

 

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