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W/C 23.03.20

Hello and welcome to this week's home learning! 

 

Below is our overview for our learning and each day a new task for each subject will be uploaded for you all to complete. A reminder that any key worker child coming into school please bring your home learning book with you. 

 

If you cannot print any documents added to the website do not worry. Please copy them into your home learning books with the date at the top. 

 

Thanks, 

 

The EYFS/Year One Team 

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Home Learning Overview

 

Weekly Tasks:

 

Please complete the grids. There is one for EYFS children and Year One children. These grids are a mix of project learning (History, geography, science, art and PE). These grids are designed to be used as and when you have time and will last you a few weeks. We would love to see pictures of you doing these.

Could you send them to us via our email address or EYFS children on Tapestry?

 

Daily Tasks-

EYFS Children

 

 

Monday

Phonics - Recap igh , oo, ar, oa – have sounds around room. Ask your child to go to a given sound when said. 

Ask your child to write sounds: igh, ai, ee,oa, oo, ar. Can you think of a word with each sound to write ? (suggestions if needed: night, rain, meet, boat, moon, cook, car).

 

Maths -  Introduce language of weight. Heavy, light, lightest, heaviest, heavier, lighter and balanced. Ask children what items in their house might be heavy or light.

 

Tuesday

Phonics -  Recap sounds from yesterday. Write these sentences for your child to read; The coat is in the rain. The book is at the park.

Read the sentence to your child a word at a time - can they write the sentence?

 

Maths - Go on a hunt around your house – what items are heavy What items are light? Are all heavy items large items? Does size affect weight?

 

Wednesday

Phonics -  Write these sight words for your child to read: They, have, like, were, there, said, her, you.

Can they create a sentence with 2 of these words? 

 

Maths -  Count forwards to 20. Count back from 20 to 0. What number comes after 7? Before 10? What number do I need to say next 11, 12, 13 ? 

 

Thursday

Phonics -  Outside with chalk or colouring pencils inside on paper ask your child to write : oa, igh, oo, ar .

Can they then write these words: loaf, high, book, spoon, yard. As an extra challenge, can they chose one to write into a sentence?

 

Maths -  Choose a range of heavy and light items form your house. Can your child sort them into a heavy group and a light group? 

Friday

 

Phonics - Recap all sounds flashcards (you can find a copy on the main home learning page under phonic resources). Can they write the following sentences using these sounds: It is fun to go to the zoo. The foal has a pain in his hoof. 

 

Maths - 

Have a bag of potatoes, a bag of sweets and a bag of crisps.

(You can use 3 different items from your house if you don’t have the 3 items above)

Which is heaviest? How could we find out? Model with your child how to use their hands to hold and compare items.

 

Daily Tasks-

Year One Children

 

Monday

Phonics-recap all of our phase 3 and phase 5 sounds (See phonic resources on main home learning page). Search tricky words song on youtube and sing along, spell the words if you can. (link here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY)  Then play Phonics play buried treasure -phase 5 sounds, revise all. phonicsplay.co.uk username: march20 password: home

 

Writing-This week we will be researching the four nations (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales). Can you find them on a map? We are going to start with England. Where is London? (our capital city) Where is Uphill in England? Can you research and find facts out about England. What does the Queen do in England? What countries border England)? Can you write 5 facts you’ve found out about England? Remember a sentence needs to include a who (noun-person/object), a what (a verb-a doing, being or feeling) and a where (setting).Below is a website KS1 friendly to help with the research. It has more information on the capital too. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/z4v3jhv

 

Maths-Choose two different objects from your house, which is heavier/lighter? How do you know? How can we prove this? Are larger objects always heavier than smaller objects?

 

 

Tuesday

Phonics-recap all sight words (found in phonics resources on main home learning page) Play Phonics bloom-odd and bob-revise all sounds. ( found at: phonicsbloom.com). Spell split digraph words -game, even, those, shine, rule (as an extra challenge can you write them into sentences).

 

Writing-This week we will be researching the four nations (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales). Can you find them on a map? The next country is Wales.

Where is Cardiff? (their capital city) Can you research and find facts out about Wales? What does the Queen do in Wales? What country borders Wales)? Can you write 5 facts you’ve found out about Wales? Remember a sentence needs to include a who (noun-person/object), a what (a verb-a doing, being or feeling) and a where (setting). Below is a website KS1 friendly to help with the research. It has more information on the capital too. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/z4v3jhv

 

Maths-Look at scales of any kind at home. What are these? How are they used? Weight 4 food items. Draw a picture of the 4 food items in order form lightest to heaviest.  

 

 

Wednesday

Phonics-What is a noun? It is a word used to identify people, objects and places. Sometimes when you add word ending er onto a verb it creates a noun such as teach, becomes teacher.  Show these nouns to your children: driver, plasterer, toaster blender. What is the same about all these words? they end in er. What would the route word of these nouns have been? driver, route word, drive. plasterer, route word plaster. Write these sentences into your books: I sell food.  The seller sells food to me. Discuss the differences between the two sentences.

 

Writing- This week we will be researching the four nations (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales). Can you find them on a map? The next country is Scotland. Where is Edinburgh? (their capital city) Can you research and find facts out about Scotland? What does the Queen do in Scotland? What country borders Scotland)? Can you write 5 facts you’ve found out about Scotland? Remember a sentence needs to include a who (noun-person/object), a what (a verb-a doing, being or feeling) and a where (setting). Below is a website KS1 friendly to help with the research. It has more information on the capital too.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/z4v3jhv

Maths-Discuss the maths problem below: 1 apple=4 pencils. 1 banana= 5 pencils. Can you complete the stem sentences?

The ________ is heavier than the _______.

The _________ is lighter than the __________.

 

Thursday

Quick write:  white, photo, few, toe.

Phonics-Read these sentences: I sing a song. The singer sings songs. I mark the exam. The marker marks the exam. Use the words-Teach – teacher, and Read - reader to create four sentences of your own.

 

Writing-This week we will be researching the four nations (England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales). Can you find them on a map? The next country is Northern Ireland. Where is Belfast? (their capital city) Can you research and find facts out about Northern Ireland? Why isn’t the whole of Ireland in Great Britain? What country borders Northern Ireland?) Can you write 5 facts you’ve found out about Northern Ireland? Remember a sentence needs to include a who (noun-person/object), a what (a verb-a doing, being or feeling) and a where (setting). Below is a website  KS1 friendly to help with the research. It has more information on the capital too. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/z4v3jhv

Maths-

13, 16,  21, 42 

Look at the numbers above. Q. Which is biggest number? Q. Which is smallest? Can you use the language : ‘more than’ ‘less than’ ‘the same as’ ‘equal to’ when comparing the  numbers.  Can you draw ten blocks and ones for each number: e.g. for number 16: ( a long rod for the ten and individual blocks for the ones).

 

Friday

Phonics-flashcards of all sight words for reading. Write these ones quickly as you can. Parents you can let them have a sneak peak at yours if they are not sure.  water, where, who, again, thought, work, mouse, many, any. Put two of the sight words into sentences.

 

Writing-      Can you cook something from the four nations? Shortbread, scones, Welsh Cakes or colcannon? Once you’ve made one-could you write about what they tasted like or could you write the recipe?

 

Maths- Use numbers 15 and 17 Q. Which number is most? Which is least? Q. Who can tell me a number that could go in between? Repeat for numbers 13 and 17. Q. What numbers lie between these numbers?

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