Whole School Final Topic/Transition: Journeys
- We will be inviting 1 parent for each child to come to our ‘Learning Share’ to be held on the class patios on this Wednesday, 7th July. This will be a chance for you to look through your child’s work with them and then in small groups come into the classroom to take a look around and see where all their amazing learning has been taking place. Full social distancing will need to be observed, including the wearing of masks. If you could bring a pen or pencil, you will have the opportunity to complete the parent view for your child’s report whilst you are sharing their work with them.
Class 5 – 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm (odds)
Class 4 and 6 – 9:10 am – 9:55 am (evens)
- Remember to click the link to plans and resources below if your child is needing to self-isolate but is well. Please email the class email address if you find yourself in this position and are unsure.
- We will continue to aim to get outside as much as possible so they really need a waterproof coat each day.
Year 1 Learning Week 5, Term 6– Link to plans and resources if you are needing to isolate or quarantine.
Daily Well Being Activities
Monday – Connect – Things in common. Pair with someone you don’t usually play with and find 3 things you both like.
Tuesday – Take notice – Looking forward birds
Wednesday – Be active – Can’t stop that feeling dance moves
Thursday – Try something new – Think about everything you have to offer to your new class. Fill in this Transition activity
Friday – Give – What is something you have learned to do this year? Draw or write it in a thankful cloud.
Phonics /Spelling/ Daily Mastery of Phase 5c Phonics (See daily phonics PowerPoints).
Teach Phase 5c – Alternative spellings for Phonemes
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Assess Year 1 Common Exception Words – Reading and Spelling
Look at skills of Blending and Segmenting
Additional Phonics: Phase 3 and 5a/b revision Flash cards, BLENDING and SEGMENTING every day. Precision teaching where required for individuals.
Keywords: (Primarily about spelling now for most children)
Reading and Spelling: saw talk narrator their because went about looked them make came really sure laugh
(Also session ‘How to be a dog’ – week 2 – and link to handwriting)
Vocabulary: word, finger space, sentence, punctuation, lower case, capital, full stop, adjective, noun
Writing – Composition – Text ‘Journey’
Session 1: Look at front cover details and answer questions on sheet. Now share the book together and discuss what the pictures tell you. Note down vocabulary in a word bank. Try to include words you could use to describe the people, places and events in the story.
Session 2 : Complete sheet with think bubbles to show what the characters in the house are thinking. How do we know when the book has no written words?
Session 3:Create a Headline (and article) for a Newspaper
To create a headline and picture for a newspaper report.
Activity: To write a newspaper report about the arrival of the little girl, including a headline and picture.
Imagine that you live in that big castle. How would you feel if a stranger suddenly appeared in your city on a magical, red boat? Write a newspaper article about the girl who arrived in the city in a red boat. Who could she be? Why is she here? Think about the headline, and make it exciting. You will need a picture to go with your article too. Share examples of newspapers.
Reduced Challenge: Write the headline and draw a picture for the front of your newspaper. Think about the writing style you could use to make the headline stand out.
Challenge: Write the headline and the article. You can make it as long or short as you want. Use all the ideas you have already come up with. Include a picture and get some ideas from newspapers, the school newspaper and the other resources we have provided.
Handwriting: Include commonly mis-spelt words in writing books and from completed spelling tests. Link phonics by using other words using the alternative spellings.
Whole Class Reading – Fiction Focus – ‘Back to Earth with a Bump’ – A journey of a different kind!
Individual Reading – Fully decodable books at the level of the children so that they are able to develop fluency.
Guided Reading Groups – Focus on Fiction. Use the 3 levels of reading comprehensions about ‘Journey to Space’.
Please also continue to use Pearson books online for additional material. Books will be changed weekly on specific days for your child.
Halving and Doubling
To relate doubling to adding the same number to itself
To relate halving a number to sharing equally between 2 groups
To begin to understand that halving and doubling are inverse operations
We will be working practically using numicon and other apparatus to find the double of a number and recording it as a number sentence.
We will also be giving children a chance to practise recalling their doubles and halves facts within 10 and within 20. Supporting at home:
Hit the button is a great game that you may remember from home learning. You can support them with the recall of their doubles and halves facts by giving them a chance to play this at home (set it to double and halves!)
Playing dominoes is another nice way of practising doubles.
PE- SHINE Session
Second Session- Final Preparations for Sport’s Day
PSHE: Learning and Growing
LO: I understand that every time I learn something new I change a little bit.
I can enjoy learning new things.
Give each of the children a flower template. In each of the petals the children draw something they have learnt that has helped them to grow this year.
HISTORY: Influential women aviators-Bessie Coleman
LO To be aware of the lives of significant individuals from the past
Look at the PowerPoint and watch the video link below about this amazing woman. Read through the fact files and complete a reading comprehension task or fact file about her life. There is also a DT task and instructions of how to make a plane if you would like to.
Video to link about Bessie Coleman
Using a medium such as paint or pastels create a picture for the frame the children are making in woodwork.
Assemble photo frames using triangle corners group at a time. Complete wood cutting from last week if necessary.
Class 4 Evelyn
Class 5 Florence
Class 6 Rowan and Samuel Stone