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Tasks for Wednesday 20th May

English:

 

Quick Task 1: This week our focus is on the er/ir/ur sounds
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 3. Select the 'Dragons Den' Game. Please go to Phase 3 and play with the 'ur' sound as in 'nurse for a purse'.
If you would like to practice the 'ur' sound more play 'Buried Treasure' 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:

Today we are going to invent our own superheroes. Before we create our own we need to come up with some ideas. 

1. Reread the story Superheroes (below)

2. Go tohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDSeC-mOYaE and Listen to the Superhero ABC, written by Bob Macleod. Think about which is your favourite and why did you like them?  

3. Then using the headings in the 'Create Your Own Superhero Sheet' invent your own superhero in your home learning book. Make sure you include all the information required from the 'Create Your Own Superhero Sheet'.

 

Maths:

We are continuing with our revision of addition and subtraction.

 
Today we would like you to:

  • Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
  • Select 'Summer Term - Week 3- Lesson 3 'Add together and find a part' 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.

 

Art

 

Today we are continuing to learn about Andy Goldsworthy, a British artist.

Search: ‘Andy Goldsworthy leaves art’ in a search engine and look at all the different images.

He uses lots of different leaves and petals in all different colours to make amazing pieces of art.

Do you think you could now try to make some leaf art?

It may be hard to find lots of different colours in your garden or out on a walk. Could you change the colour with paint or pens? Experiment a little and see if you can re-create some of the pictures you saw in the search engine.

 

If you would like more support we have attached a step-by-step guide for you to use to make your leaf art

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