Week 4 Home learning!

Please click here to find all of the printables you may need for this week’s learning here if you prefer to see them in one place.

You can print out a copy of the blog here.

There are also links to specific powerpoints, videos and resources as you go through the blog. 

Hello once again Year 1!

Again it was so good to see you all, in school or in your homes. This time together is so important for us all. Please find below all the tasks we would like you to complete at home. It is really important that you do your best to complete the tasks. Most tasks in English and maths are sequential but the wider curriculum tasks can be done at different times.

You will continue to receive an email with a link to a YouTube message from your child’s class teacher outlining the learning for each week on a Monday morning. Don’t forget to watch one of your teachers reading some  stories too!

This week again, we are asking for you to submit some of the core learning tasks via Google Classroom. You can see which tasks these are on the suggested timetable (below) and you can find more details about these further on in the blog. If you have any issues or questions please contact your child’s teacher using the class email address. Please note, we will reply to you as soon as we can but we are also teaching in school therefore there will be some delays.  
Class 4 – class4@henleaze-inf.bristol.sch.uk
Class 5 – class5@henleaze-inf.bristol.sch.uk
Class 6 – class6@henleaze-inf.bristol.sch.uk

Remember, the timetable is to give you a suggested structure, however you are obviously free to adapt it to suit you. Please note though if your child is attending school on a part time basis, it is important that you stick to the correct days for tasks so that they are not repeating tasks in school (and vice versa).

Please continue to make reading with and to your child a big focus. Reading for 10 – 15 minutes a day continues to be so  important.

If you have a place in school but now are isolating or have changed to some home learning and this is your first time using our blog, here is an introduction letter that we wrote in week 2 to explain the format.

SubjectWork to be submitted via Google Classroom
EnglishThursday Session 1 Writing –  Story Retell
MathsThursday Session 2 Maths – Ordering numbers
TopicTuesday Session 3 Science/D&T Experiment  

Home learning

Monday

Daily Well-being  
Colouring Sheets – The Three Little Pigs

Assembly
Link to Mrs Fricker’s Monday Assembly

Daily Phonics and Spelling
For extra Phonics activities and games:
Log onto: phonicsplay.co.uk 
Username: jan21  
Password: home
Recap sound: ff (huff, puff)
Watch Video and work through using a whiteboard or paper for recording when asked.

Session 1 English: – Reading Comprehension
Learning Objectives:
-To explain clearly their understanding of what is read by and to them. 
Activity: During this week we will be thinking about the story of The Three Little Pigs. It will link to our writing and science for the week.
Choose one of the 3 differentiated reading comprehensions, ‘The Three Little Pigs’
Reduced Challenge Folder: Choose one task from the folder

Session 2 Maths: Fluency Session
Powerpoint – work through the powerpoint (or pdf version) recapping some of our core maths skills including 3D shape and number bonds 1-20. The powerpoint also contains a link to the following resource:
Daily 10 – quick maths questions, please note the idea is that you write the answers down with a pen and paper and paper and then all of the answers are revealed at the end  (there are details in the powerpoint of settings)

Session 3: Please choose something from the wider curriculum section at the end of the blog

Daily Reading –  Choose books for reading, mixed up with games and other activities aimed at the level of your child from the Pearson site. As we have said all along, books you have at home or other sites you may also have been using are still fine too. Don’t forget to let your teachers know via your class email if you are running out of books or are having difficulty in accessing the site.

Tuesday

Daily Well-being
Take notice: Gratitude walk. Use your senses when you go out for your daily exercise. What can you see, hear, feel, taste and smell?

Daily Phonics and Spelling
Recap sound: or
(cork, fort)
Watch Video and work through using a whiteboard or paper for recording when asked.

Session 1- English: Writing- Lesson 1-Word Level-Adjectives
Learning Objectives: 
-To discuss the actions and motives of main characters in fairytales.
-To describe characters in a story using adjectives.
Choose if you would like to read or listen to the story of The Three Little Pigs. Choose a link below.
Powerpoint of Story to read.
Video of Story being read.
E-book of story to read (please note you will need to download this one if you wish to view, rather than being able to use online)

Activity: Character Description
Once you have read through or shared the story then think about the main characters, the pigs and the wolf. Look at the example written about the giant from a different fairytale. Example of work You can stick the pictures of the characters in your book or draw them yourself and then write some adjectives underneath, using your lines. If you prefer you can use the sheet as a worksheet. Both are found in the link below.
Character Picture Worksheets

Session 2 Main Maths Session
Learning Objectives:
-To read and write numerals to 50
-To compare numbers within 50, using the symbols <, >, =
Input:
Video for the lesson (alternatively you can work through the original powerpoint at your own speed or pdf)
Practise Task:
Sheets – Complete the sheet by adding the correct symbol of greater than (>), less than (<) or equal to (=). Please use the line and dot method or any physical apparatus used last week when doing tens and ones to support your child with the concept if they need it. There are 3 sheet options (all from this link):
Main: Concentrating on numbers to 50.
Reduced Challenge: Concentrating on numbers up to 20
Extra Challenge: There is one final sheet where you can choose your own numbers to fit the symbols <, > and =

Session 3: Please choose something from the wider curriculum section at the end of the blog

Daily Reading 

Wednesday

Daily Well-being
Exercise:  Jack Hartman Let’s Move (music workout)

Daily Phonics and Spelling
New sound: aw
(paw)
Watch Video and work through using a whiteboard or paper for recording when asked.

Session 1 English: Writing – Lesson 2 – Create a Story Map or Story Sequence
Learning Objectives: 
-To follow a simple story and be able to retell the main events.
– To understand a story has a sequence of events.
-To know that a story has a beginning, middle and end.
Activity: Follow the voiced over powerpoint video or choose the powerpoint  without,  following the instructions for the second writing session of the week.
Choose a way, either by drawing your own or make a choice from the folder of producing a story map or sequencing the story. Add keywords to your pictures, The word mat might help you.

Session 2 Main Maths Session
Learning Objectives:

-To order 3-5 non-consecutive 2-digit numbers within 50 from least to greatest, by comparing tens and ones digits
Input:
Video for the lesson (alternatively you can work through the original powerpoint at your own speed or pdf)- This explains and models how to order numbers up to 50.
Practise Task: 
Sheets – Children to cut out the caterpillar parts and order the numbers from least to greatest. As yesterday please use the line and dot method or physical apparatus to help your child compare the numbers if needed. Three sheet options:
Main: Concentrates on ordering numbers within 50
Reduced Challenge: is the same but to order numbers up to 20 from least to greatest
Extra Challenge: No sheet, but your child could draw their own caterpillars with a random selection of numbers up to 50, and then order them from least to greatest OR go up to 100!

Session 3: Please choose something from the wider curriculum section at the end of the blog

Daily Reading 

Thursday

Daily Well-being
Keep learning: Iam, I have, I can Think about the positives and draw or write something in each shape.

Daily Phonics and Spelling
New sound: ou
(house)
Watch Video and work through using a whiteboard or paper for recording when asked.

Session 1 English: Writing – Lesson 3 – Story Retell

Please submit this piece to Google Classroom 📸

Learning Objectives: 
I can identify the beginning, middle and end of a story.
-I can write simple sentences to create a retelling of a story I know.
Ext.: -I can think of a different  ending to a story I know.
Activity: Work through the  video of powerpoint or  the powerpoint without audio if you prefer. You will be guided through how to produce a retell of the story of The Three Little Pigs. It can be as simple as 5 simple sentences or you can make it as detailed as you wish. Use your map from yesterday to help you.

Session 2 Main Maths Session

Please submit this piece to Google Classroom 📸

Learning Objectives:
-To order five non-consecutive 2-digit numbers within 50, from least to greatest
-(EXT) To order non-consecutive numbers including a mix of 2-digit and single digit numbers and numbers that look similar
Input:
Video for the lesson (alternatively you can work through the original powerpoint at your own speed or pdf)- This explains and models how to order numbers up to 50.
Practise Task: 
Sheets – Complete the sheet by writing in the numbers in the correct order from least to greatest. There are again different sheet options:
Main: Ordering numbers within 50
Reduced challenge – similar but for numbers up to 20
Extra Challenge: There is a challenge sheet that can be completed to order the numbers up to 50 but with trickier number combinations, including a mix of 2-digit and single digit numbers, numbers with 0’s and numbers that look similar.

Session 3: Please choose something from the wider curriculum section at the end of the blog

Daily Reading 

Friday

Daily Well-being
Give: Have a clear out and give unwanted toys or clothes to charity.

Daily Phonics and Spelling
Recap video of the sounds from the week
Watch Video and work through using a whiteboard or paper for recording when asked.

Session 1: Handwriting
Warm Up
Activity: Follow the video to see the modelled handwriting session. You can pause after each example whilst you have a go in your books. As we always say to the children, remember to take your time and think about your presentation. If you would also like some extra fine motor control sheets use these on our theme.
Ext. You can follow up the session by completing the handwriting sheet of the next set of Year 1 high frequency words, following on from previous weeks. Start by reading through the words first and then think about where each letter starts.

Session 2: Maths Fluency Session
Powerpoint – Work through the powerpoint (or pdf version) recapping our key math skills on odds and even numbers, including an odd and even game to play! The powerpoint also contains links to the following resources:
Daily 10 – Please change the settings to suit your child’s ability
Maths game all about odds and evens (the link is also in the powerpoint)

Session 3: Please use this time for finishing off or completing an extension of a task. You can also use this time for ELLI time. Remember that this is where we think about the ELLI animals that help us think about the different ways in which we learn. We can use this to help us make choices for play and learning.
Unicorn-Being creative.
Bee-Working as part of a team.
Spider-Making connections with their learning.
Owl – making plans
Cat- Being curious. Asking questions.
Tortoise-Slowly and carefully working or making.
Chameleon-Changing plans or ideas.
If you want more information or a story about our ELLI animals follow the link to our website here.

Daily Reading 

Wider curriculum activities

PSHE- Stretchy Learning

Learning Objectives:
To tackle a new challenge and understand this might stretch my learning.
-To identify how I feel when I am faced with a new challenge.
Activity: Follow the powerpoint. On here, it will tell you all you will need to follow the steps to make stretchy flowers. You will need: paper, scissors, glue and colours (pens or pencil crayons).

Science/D&T

Please submit this piece to Google Classroom 📸

Learning Objectives:  
– I can identify and describe properties of everyday materials.
– I can use materials to create a model.
– I can begin to recognise the suitability of different materials for different purposes.

– I can perform simple tests and observe the results closely.
Input:
If you haven’t already you could watch Miss Ross reading The Three Little Pigs before you begin this activity.
Watch the video (or work through the powerpoint at your own pace or pdf here) – this talks about some of the properties of different materials that would make them good for house building. It also introduces the activity below
Activity:
Build a house for the three little pigs! Think carefully about and plan the design of your house using the sheet below. Your house should have walls, a roof, a door and windows, plus any other features you like. Then test your house to see if it passes the following tests, but before you do complete your predictions on the sheet below (adults can scribe for children if you wish)
1. Is it strong enough? – Test it by blowing it with your mouth, a hairdryer or a fan to see how strong it is. Try varying the settings on a hairdryer to see if it still stays up.
2. Is it waterproof? Put a person inside and try pouring a small amount of water on the roof to see if they get wet. Try varying the amount of water you pour on to see if it makes a difference.
Now evaluate how you would improve your house if you were to make it again (final section on the sheet).
Extended challenge
:
You may make 2 houses to compare and see which one worked best
Sheet for designing three little pigs house

Art – Look at the work of an artist – Kandinsky

Learning Objectives: 
-To learn about the work and inspiration of a famous artist from the past.
-To use visual stimuli and knowledge gained to create your own piece of art.
Activity: Follow the powerpoint. You will find lots of information and some links to watch short clips. We will remind ourselves of previous maths learning about 2d shapes, learn some information about a famous artist and their inspirations and then use this to create our own masterpieces!

PE

Learning Objectives:
-Explore different ways of jumping
Activity:

Please use these new Real PE log ins to access a PE lesson for all the family. The hope is that these will be able to be used across each year group (so if you have 2 children in different year groups you can all do the same themed PE together)
Please watch the video below aimed at introducing parents how to access and use the site and how to access this weeks Space themed PE lesson.
Real PE – Welcome to Jasmine Video

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