Quick Task 1: Go on Phonics Play (The link is in the 'Useful web-based resources' section on the Year 1 Home learning page).
Select the 'Dragons Den' Game. Please go to Phase 5 and play with the 'u_e' sound as in 'huge brute'.
If you would like to practice the 'a_e' sound more play 'Buried Treasure' and 'Picnic on Pluto'.
Quick Task 2: You need to stay on phonics play but log in to the subscription area.
Go to Teachers, then select interactive resources and select Phase 5. Then please select 'Tricky Word Trucks' and please practice Phase 5a Tricky words.
Please find attached our next two week project for English. Our unit is called 'Jane Pippety'.
You will find lots of things to work through that will help you with your writing skills and build on the work you do at school. Work through this at your own pace over the next few weeks.
We love to see what you've been doing at home so please use your new class email address to send in photographs of your work!
Today we would like you to do Lesson 5 of our unit 'Multiplication and Division'.
- Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
- Select 'Summer Term - Week 1 - Lesson 1 'Make Doubles' and watch the 3 minute video.
- Then complete the worksheet below. You do not need to print this. You can just write your answers in your home learning book e.g. where it tells you to tick the answer you would just write the object that you would have ticked.
- Then have a go at the reasoning and problem solving questions
Fancy a challenge...take a look at the challenge sheet.
Today we will be learning about the different groups of animals: fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds, insects and mammals.
1. Please go through the PowerPoint to learn more about each group and their differences. There is a quiz and sorting activities to help understanding.
2. This video (although annoying) is also useful - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHYi4fqeEdw.
Your task today is to choose 6 different animals from the ‘animal picture resource sheet’.
Can you draw the animal in your home learning book and write about which group the animal is from? How do you know? Write down some facts.
Make a ‘what animal am I? quiz’ for your family. *See examples of these in the PowerPoint attached (slides 19-21).