Wk Beg 4.5.20
Please continue to look on the main page of the Year 1 activities as we would like you to continue with:
5 x a week and writing in your child's green reading record book.
Spelling Frame (er words), Oxford Owl, Phonics Play and Numbots
All of the usernames and passwords can be found on the main Year 1 page or in your child's bookbag.
Phonics and High Frequency Words
Please watch the youtube clips and short videos on the main Year 1 page.
For Maths, we would like you to try the daily Maths Home Learning Lessons and Activities on the White Rose Learning Hub.
Please start at ‘Week 2’ (NOT Summer Week 2), complete one lesson and activity per day, and record your learning in your yellow books. The lessons for this week are:
Lesson 1: Compare capacity
Lesson 2: Count in 10s
Lesson 3: Make equal groups
Lesson 4: Add equal groups
Lesson 5: Make arrays
Please click on the link below to access Week 2.
Monday - Literacy
Can you draw a story map of the story 'Snail and the Whale' and try to add some of the story language under each of the pictures. We have written an 'S' for start and an 'F' for finish. Once you have drawn your map can you tell the story to a member of your family by just using your story map. Please take a photo and upload it onto Class Dojo.
Tuesday - Literacy
Can you create a new character for The Snail and The Whale story? You need to draw a picture of them, write their name, what animal they are, what they like and what they don't like. Take a photo of your work and upload it onto Class Dojo.
Miss Thompson has created an example below. You can use the template she has used to help you.
Wednesday - Science
A habitat is the natural home or environment of an animal or plant.
Miss Peckett found out that a hedgehog's habitat is usually in woodlands or forests. This is because that is where they can find bugs for them to eat!
Can you find out the habitats of a tiger, a dolphin and a penguin? Why do they live in those types of habitats? Upload a video of yourself naming the animals and their habitats onto Class Dojo.
Thursday - Geography
An endangered species is any type of plant or animal that is in danger of disappearing forever. If a species, or type, of plant or animal dies out completely, it becomes extinct.
Can you create a fact file of an endangered animal? Your fact file needs to include a drawing of the animal, what their habitat is (where they live), what they eat and why they have become an endangered animal.
Examples of endangered animals are: elephants, whales, tigers, pandas, sharks and polar bears. You can use one of these animals for your fact file or another endangered animal, if you can think of one. Upload a photo of your fact file onto Class Dojo.
Friday - Science
There are 6 main animal groups, these are called amphibians, birds, fish, invertebrates, mammals and reptiles.
Can you tell us some information about each group. Please name (identify) and draw an animal from each group?
Please upload a photo of your work onto Class Dojo.