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Tasks for Monday 11th May

English:
 
Quick Task 1:
Go to https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/
Log in to the subscription area.

  • Username: march20
  • Password: home

Go to Teachers, then select interactive resources and select Phase 5. Select the 'Buried Treasure' Game. Please go to Phase 5 and play with the 'ie' sound as in 'Terrible Tie'.
If you would like to practice the 'ie' sound more play 'Dragons Den' and 'Picnic on Pluto'.
 
Quick Task 2: You need to stay on phonics play 
Go back to Teachers, then select interactive resources and select Phase 5. Then please select 'Tricky Word Trucks' and please practice Phase 5a Tricky words.
 
Task 3: 
Please continue working through the tasks for the two week project on 'Jane Pippety'.

Maths:


For the next few days we will start looking at our Fractions Unit
 
Today we would like you to:

  • Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
  • Select 'Summer Term - Week 1 - Lesson 4 'Find a half' and watch the short video.
  • Then complete the worksheet below. You do not need to print this. You can just write your answers in your home learning book. eg. where it tells you to tick the answer you would just write the object that you would have ticked.
  • Have a go at the reasoning and problem solving questions.

 
Challenge:

Today's challenge is called 'Happy Halving' and is an nrich challenge. Take a look at the Happy Halving challenge sheet below. Can you  split each of the shapes below in half so that the two parts are exactly the same? 

Science:

 

This week we are carrying on learning about animals in science. Last week we grouped animals in different ways and today we are going to learn about another way to group animals – by what they eat.

There are 3 different groups for this: carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.

 

Task:

Work through the PowerPoint below, doing the activities as you go through.

Then sort the animals on the activity sheet into what they eat using a Venn diagram.

You can either copy your own Venn Diagram into your home learning book or use the Venn diagram on the activity sheet and put this in your home learning book.

 

Good luck!

 

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