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Class work: Below I have attached links, documents and lesson planning for each subject to assist you in the ongoing support of your child's home learning. All of the lessons and links set, reflect the areas of learning that your child would have been covering in school within this current summer term. Each week I will be uploading daily English and Maths lessons and also some foundation subjects. 

 

A message from Miss Needham:

Dear Puffin Class,

I hope you are all doing ok and staying safe! I am very much missing all of your wonderful cuddles and seeing your smiling faces each day. Give the work that I have set for you a go, try your best and I am sure you will come back with even bigger brains that you already had. Hopefully see you all soon. 

Lots of love from,

Miss Needham 

Home-learning (06/07/20):

English: 

06/07/20 - 

Can you story map your innovated (changed story) in the style of 'The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch'. Remember to add lots of detail to help you remember the changed story. 

07/07/20 -

Can you step and speak your changed story. Remember to include lots actions to help you remember the story. Add amazing adjectives to describe the characters and setting etc...

08/07/20 - 

Can you use the success criteria provided to write the beginning of your story.

Remember to include:

  •  Story openers and sentence starters (One sunny morning, Once upon a time, On a bright and sunny morning etc...)
  • Adjectives to describe the characters, setting, lunch etc...
  • Conjunctions to join sentences together (and or because)
  • Verbs (doing words)
  • Adverbs to describe the action (verb)
  • The correct punctuation (full stops, finger spaces, speech marks, question marks, exclamation marks and capital letters)

09/ 07/20 - 

Can you use the success criteria provided to write the middle of your story.

Remember to include:

  •  Story openers and sentence starters (One sunny morning, Once upon a time, On a bright and sunny morning etc...)
  • Adjectives to describe the characters, setting, lunch etc...
  • Conjunctions to join sentences together (and or because)
  • Verbs (doing words)
  • Adverbs to describe the action (verb)
  • The correct punctuation (full stops, finger spaces, speech marks, question marks, exclamation marks and capital letters)

10/07/20 - 

Can you use the success criteria provided to write the end of your story.

Remember to include:

  •  Story openers and sentence starters (One sunny morning, Once upon a time, On a bright and sunny morning etc...)
  • Adjectives to describe the characters, setting, lunch etc...
  • Conjunctions to join sentences together (and or because)
  • Verbs (doing words)
  • Adverbs to describe the action (verb)
  • The correct punctuation (full stops, finger spaces, speech marks, question marks, exclamation marks and capital letters)

Mathematics:

Our new unit we are learning in mathematics is multiplication and division.

06/07/20 - Counting in 2's. 

Can you practise counting in 2's up to 20 and beyond if your child can. Use this link to support you https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z693rj6. Can you complete the worksheets provided

07/07/20 - Counting in 5's. 

Can you practise counting in 5's up to 60 and beyond if your child can. Use this link to support you https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkvhscw. Can you complete the worksheets provided.

08/07/20 - Counting in 10's

Can you practise counting in 10's up to 100 and beyond if your child can. Use this link to support you https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6dr92p. Can you complete the worksheets provided.

09/07/20 - Repeated addition

Use this link to learn how to use repeated addition 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6dr92p. Can you complete the worksheets provided. 

Geography: Introduction to the UK and the countries inside it.

Use this link to learn about our country the United Kingdom. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdq6t39. Can you complete the worksheets and activities provided. 

Reading comprehension:

Please complete the different reading comprehensions by reading the text and answering the questions

Read Write Inc:

Please practise set 2 and 3 sounds (check Ruth Miskin on YouTube if you need help) with an adult. 

Reading:

Please read a book with someone in your home daily. 

Home-learning (29/6/20):

English: 

29/6/20:

Can you colour in the words (adjectives) that best describe the main character Mr Grinling. 

30/6/20:

Can you write a character description for Mr Grinling and a Seagull. Use lots of amazing adjectives to describe each character's look and personality. Remember to write in full sentences and to include capital letters, finger spaces and full stops in your writing. 

1/7/20:

Can you write a setting description for the Lighthouse. Use lost of amazing adjective to describe each characters look and personality. Remember to write in full sentences and to include capital letters, finger spaces and full stops in your writing. 

2/7/20:

Can you read the text and fill in the missing words. 

3/7/20:Can you write a book review about our class story 'The Lighthouse Keepers Lunch'.

Mathematics:

Our unit we are learning in mathematics is addition and subtraction

29/6/20: Add and subtract by 10

Follow this URL link to BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb8gcqt to learn how to bridge to ten. Please complete all of the activities on the webpage.

30/6/20: Subtract within 20.

Follow this URL link to BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjh7mfr to learn how to subtract within 20. Please complete all of the activities on the webpage.

1/720: Addition and subtraction word problems

Follow this URL link to BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7nm6v4 to learn how to correctly work out addition and subtraction word problems. Please complete all of the activities on the webpage.

2/720: Comparing number sentences

Follow this URL link to BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmf6hbk to learn how to compare a range of number sentences. Please complete all of the activities on the webpage.

3/7/20:

Complete the arithmetic test paper. Try your best and remember to use your jottings to help you!

Reading comprehension:

Please complete the different reading comprehensions by reading the text and answering the questions

Art:

This term in Art the children are learning about 'printing'.

Activity 1: Can your children use their hands, feet and paint to create printed animal pictures. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/576320083547333402/

Activity 2: Can you create a picture using different items around the house to  create different textures to make prints. For example; sponges, screws or potatoes. https://www.thecrafttrain.com/butterfly-printing/ 

 https://www.iheartartsncrafts.com/rainbow-potato-printing/  

https://picklebums.com/printing-with-nuts-and-bolts/

Read Write Inc:

Please practise set 2 and 3 sounds (check Ruth Miskin on YouTube if you need help) with an adult. 

Reading:

Please read a book with someone in your home daily. 

Home-learning (22/6/20):

English: 

22/6/20:

Watch the YouTube clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46wCRq50Wwg&t=145s. Discuss the story. What happened in the story? Who were the main characters? Where was the story set? Was it fiction or non-fiction? How do you know? Can you note down any words you are unsure of and discuss with an adult what those words mean. Can you now use any of those words you have learned in a sentence? 

23/6/20:

Re-watch the YouTube clip. Can you story map the story using the work sheet plot matrix. Make sure you include the main events of the story.  

24/6/20:

Using your story map from yesterday can you now practise stepping and speaking your story, Remember to add actions to help you remember all of the events in the story. Repeat until you feel like you can re-tell the story confidently. Perform to someone in your home. 

25/6/20:

Using the slow write success criteria can you start writing the story. 

26/6/20:

Today we are going to making changes to the story. We will be changing the characters, what food goes into the basket and what animals try to steal the food and how your characters will put off the animals from stealing the food. Who are your characters going to be? What food will you have in your basket? What animal is going to try and steal your food? What will you do to stop the animals stealing the food? Can you now story map your new story and include all of the changes you have made. 

Mathematics:

Our new unit we are learning in mathematics is addition and subtraction. This week we are focusing on addition. 

22/6/20:

Please can you complete lesson 1 (adding by counting on). 

23/6/20:

Please can complete lesson 2 (finding and making number bonds). 

24/6/20:

Complete the different number bonds to 20. Once your child has completed the worksheets can you ask them addition number bond sentences. For example: 5 + what = 10? or 14 + what = 20? Can they recall the number bonds up to 20 speedily. 

25/6/20:

Please can you complete the addition number sentences. Once you have finished can you create your own addition number sentences? 

Reading comprehension:

Please complete the different reading comprehensions by reading the text and answering the questions

Geography:

 We are focusing on hot and cold countries. Can you first of all using the map provided label the seven continents and five oceans of the world. Now look through the PowerPoint informing you about the hot and cold countries in the world and the worlds different climates. Can you colour in the different climates on a world map and then cut and stick the animals onto their climate they live in. 

Read Write Inc:

Please practise set 2 and 3 sounds (check Ruth Miskin on YouTube if you need help) with an adult. 

Reading:

Please read a book with someone in your home daily. 

Reading comprehension

Home-learning (15/6/20):

English: 

15/6/20:

You have now found out information about a country or continent of your choice. Please can you use the template given to write the beginning of the your non-chronological report *see first and second page template*. Remember to include a title, sub-headings, facts, pictures and captions. 

16/6/20:

Please can you continue writing your non-chronological report. Today we are focusing on writing about the middle of your nonchronological report. *see first and second page template*. Remember to include a title, sub-headings, facts, pictures and captions. 

17/6/20:

Please can you continue writing your non-chronological report. Today we are focusing on writing the end of your non-chronological report. *see first and second page template*. Remember to include a title, sub-headings, facts, pictures and captions. 

18/6/20:

Today can you check through your non-chronological report and edit it. Have you included full stops at the end of each sentence? Have you used a capital letter for the start of each new sentence or for a noun? Have you included finger spaces? Have you spelt the Year 1 common exception words correctly? Have you used adjectives in your writing? etc... 

19/6/20:

Next week the children will be learning the story 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch'. Please can they watch the YouTube clip and familiarise themselves with the story. Please complete the activities on the worksheet provided *see lighthouse keeper homework tasks

Mathematics:

Our unit in mathematics is position and direction.

15/6/20:

Please can you complete lesson 1 and 2

16/6/20:

Please can you introduce positional language such as; forwards, backwards, left and right. Can you use objects/items at home to create a route to direct someone around using the positional language as above. Repeat until you feel confident and secure. 

17/6/20:

Re-cap positional language and direct someone around a route. If confident move on to lesson 3. 

18/6/20:

Please complete lesson 3 if you have not done so.

Reading comprehension:

Please complete the different reading comprehensions by reading the text and answering the questions

Science:

We have been learning about plants. Please complete the science experiment *see plants playdough* by looking at each part of a flower and understanding the job role of each part.   

Read Write Inc:

Please practise set 2 and 3 sounds (check Ruth Miskin on YouTube if you need help) with an adult. 

Reading:

Please read a book with someone in your home daily. 

Reading comprehension

Thursday 04/06/20 home-learning:

English: 

We are beginning to look at non-chronological reports (fact files) for this unit of storytelling. Please look at the class text - fact file *see plants and the solar system*.

Can you discuss is the class text fiction or non-fiction? How do you know? What features does a non-chronological report have? For example title, facts or subheadings etc... Can your children story map the class text (see above) drawing in order what happens in the text on the story map template. 

Maths:

Our new unit in mathematics is position and direction.

Can you discuss quarter turn, half turn and full turn with your child. What does a full turn look like? What does a half turn look like? What does a quarter turn look like.

Play a game where you give your child orders using turns. For example; Turn one quarter turn. Move half turn in the same direction. Move another quarter turn etc... 

Complete the worksheets *describing turns and describing turns reasoning* provided and have a go at the reasoning word problems if you want to challenge yourselves.  The worksheets have the answers attached for you to mark your children's work. 

Design and Technology:

This term in DT the children are learning how to paper weave. 

Please follow the link which will show instructions in how to do so. 

https://www.firstpalette.com/craft/paper-weaving.html

You will need: scissors, coloured paper and glue.

 

Friday 05/06/20 home-learning:

English: 

The children next week will be writing their own non-chronological report about a continent of their choice. Can your child write down lots of facts about their chosen continent. They could research:

  • The countries in your continent
  • The food and drink they may eat in your continent. 
  • Animals that are native to your continent.
  • Languages spoken on your continent. 
  • The best places to visit on your continent. 

Maths:

Starter: Can you practise counting in 2's, 5's and 10's. Todays lesson we will be continuing on with turns in mathematics. Please complete the worksheet *see whole, half and quarter turns*

Art:

We are going to create a painting (circles) in the style of the painter Wasilly Kadinsky. Please can you look at PowerPoint discussing Kadinsky's life. Who is he? What does he do? Why is he famous? What paint did he use? 

Look at all of his famous paintings. What is the same? What is different? What do you see that you like? What do you see that you don't like?

Can you watch the YouTube clip to help your child paint coloured circles in the style of Wasilly Kadinsky. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OkjliGgpzE

PSHE - Friday 05/06/20

Thursday 11/06/20 home-learning:

English: 

Can you look at the PowerPoint *see features of a non-chronological report* can you discuss with your child the different features found in a non-chronological report. Can they then finish the colouring/identifying activity on the final slide using their class text *see planets and the solar system* . 

 

Maths:

Can your child show you a whole turn, quarter turn, half turn or a three quarter turn. Now discuss clockwise and anti-clockwise. What is different? Can they practise turning both ways using the different turns they have learned. Complete the worksheet *turning clockwise and anti-clockwise*.

Music:

Can you make your own musical instrument a harmonica. Follow the URL for instructions and what you will need. Once your instrument has been made, practise humming along to songs such as mary had a little lamb or jingle bells. 

https://www.mottchildren.org/posts/camp-little-victors/popsicle-harmonica#:~:text=Take%20one%20piece%20of%20straw,end%20of%20the%20popsicle%20sticks 

Friday 12/06/20 home-learning:

English: 

The children next week will be writing their own non-chronological report about a continent of their choice. Can your child write down lots of facts about their chosen continent. They could research:

  • The countries in your continent
  • The food and drink they may eat in your continent. 
  • Animals that are native to your continent.
  • Languages spoken on your continent. 
  • The best places to visit on your continent. 

Maths:

Starter: Can you practise counting in 2's, 5's and 10's. Todays lesson we will be continuing on with turns in mathematics. Please complete the worksheet *see whole, half and quarter turns*

Art:

We are going to create a painting (circles) in the style of the painter Wasilly Kadinsky. Please can you look at PowerPoint discussing Kadinsky's life. Who is he? What does he do? Why is he famous? What paint did he use? 

Look at all of his famous paintings. What is the same? What is different? What do you see that you like? What do you see that you don't like?

Can you watch the YouTube clip to help your child paint coloured circles in the style of Wasilly Kadinsky. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OkjliGgpzE

Welcome to Puffins class

(Year 1/2)

 

Teacher: Miss Needham

Teaching assistants:

Mrs Fox

Miss Barlow

Miss Whiteway

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RWInc: Ruth Miskin on her YouTube channel will be teaching daily RWInc lessons for set 1, 2 and 3 sounds. Set 1 sounds are at 09:30am and 12:30pm. Set 2 are at 10:00am and 1:00pm. Set 3 sounds are at 10:30am and 1:30pm. Most children in Puffins will need to practice set 2 and 3 sounds only. Click the link for your daily RWI sessions. Remember to have a go at writing the sounds after. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=ruth+miskin+phonics

 

P.E: Keep fit with Joe Wicks. Click the link below to have a go at his daily P.E sessions that start at 09:00am. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=PE+with+Joe

 

Reading: Please listen to your child read daily, Share stories together at bedtime or whenever is possible! You can continue taking AR tests on line (see the first page of your child's monkey book for your child's log in.)  Using the link you will find lots of different stories to listen to by yourself or with a family member also. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories

 

Spellings: This term the children are learning the Year One high frequency words and common exception words - encourage your child to be able to sight read them first and then spell them using the method look, cover and write

 

English:

Thursday 23rd April

Listen the story "The snowflake mistake" by Lou Treleaven and Maddie Frost.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4CNK-TpR74

Can you write a setting description for an ice palace just like the one in our story. You must include capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and write your letters on the line! Remember to use lots of amazing adjectives! For example: The Ice Palace is quiet and cold 

 

See *Setting description*

Friday 24th April 

Can you write a character description for Princess Ellie. Remember to write in full sentences. You must include capital letters, finger spaces, full stops and write the letters on the line! Can you think of some incredible adjectives to describe how Princess Ellie looks like and also what her personality is like. For example: Princess Ellie has short grey and blue hair. Princess Ellie is bossy

See *Character description*

Monday 04th May 

Can you re-watch/listen to the story "The Snowflake Mistake" ( YouTube link above).

Can your child now plot (draw) the story onto a story map *See plot matrix*. I have included questions to help them remember what might need to go into each box. Once they have plotted their story. Can they step and speak it to someone in your home. They will need their story map to help them re-tell the story. Repeat as many times as you please.

Tuesday 05th May 

Can your child write the beginning of the story "The Snowflake Mistake" using the slow write criteria. I have included examples for you to see what their work should look like. *See slow write*.

Wednesday 06th May 

Can your children innovate the story using an innovated plot matrix. Innovate is a posh word for change. Using the document *Innovated plot matrix* can your child highlight the changes they would like to make to their story. I have included an example to help you. Once they have highlighted the changes they are going to make in their story can they now plot (draw) their new story onto a blank story map *See blank plot matrix* Just like you did on Monday. 

Thursday 07th May 

Can your child practice stepping and speaking their new story map. They will need to re-tell their story with all of the changes to someone in your home. They may like to add actions to help them remember their story better. Repeat until your child knows the story without needing his/her story map. 

Friday 08th May 

Can your child start writing their story using the success criteria provided. See *Story writing success criteria*

Monday 11th May 

Our new unit of work is persuasion writing

Can you discuss with an adult what do you think the word persuade means? How do you persuade people? What could you persuade people to do? Please look at the *writing for persuasion PowerPoint*. With an adult can you look at the PowerPoint and discuss what features persuasion writing has. Can you think of any ideas that you would like to persuade someone and how you would persuade them?

Tuesday 12th May

Can you look at our class text *School Summer Fair leaflet*. Can you look at the identify the persuasive features in the text. Who is it persuading? What are they persuading people to do? etc....

Wednesday 13th May

Can you story map the class text School summer fair leaflet by drawing pictures to re-tell the leaflet, see *blank story map - school summer fair* I have put examples in 

Thursday 4th May

Can you now step and speak our class text using your story map from yesterday. Can you use actions to help you remember all of the text? Can you perform it to someone in your home?

Plot matrix - "The Snowflake Mistake" 04.05.20

Innovated Plot Matrix "The Snowflake Mistake" and Blank Plot Matrix

Maths:20.04.20 - The focus of this week will be shape.

Monday 20th April

Can you play guess my shape. Take it in turns to describe a 2D shape without saying the name of the shape. For example; my shape has 3 sides, 3 vertices (corners). What is it? (The shape was a triangle). In Year 1 the children need to know circle, semi-circle, triangle, rectangle. pentagon, hexagon and octagon. 

Online version-

http://vtcpsa.hwb.wales.gov.uk/maerdy_2d/frames.asp

Activities:

Can you have a complete the PDF document *Recognising and naming 2D shapes*.

Extension: Go on a 2D shape hunt around your home or on your daily walk. What shapes did you discover. How many shapes did you find?

 Tuesday 21st April

Repeat the game you played yesterday.

Activity:

Can you use shapes to make pictures– mosaic pieces, sticky paper shapes, ‘fuzzy felts’. Can they make an animal with a circular head, a triangular body etc… Ask the children to make ‘ruler’ pictures –use a ruler to draw a series of intersecting lines and to colour in each enclosed shape, talking about the properties of these shapes and naming them as they do so.

Wednesday 22nd April 

Can you discuss 3D shapes. What does your child already know about them? Do they know any 3D shapes? *Show PowerPoint Build a Shape*. Talk about each shape using the vocabulary vertices (corners), edges, sides and faces.

In Year 1 the children need to know; cube, cuboid, sphere, cylinder, pyramid and cone. 

Activity:

Can you have complete the PDF worksheet *Recognise and name 3D shapes*

Extension: Can you make 3D shapes using playdough/plasticine or using construction materials (e.g. blocks, duplo, multi-link etc).

Thursday 23rd April 

Can you discuss the 3D shapes that you have looked at already. Can you describe the properties of the shape(s)?

Activities: 

Can you explore making and 'unmaking' 3D shapes using nets/cereal packets etc... Have a go at making 3D shapes with the nets provided on the PDF document *Nets to make*.

Extension: complete the PDF document *3D worksheet*

Science:

Lesson 1 - Plant and Flower hunt.

Can you go on a plant and flower hunt. Use the PDF document *Plant and flower hunt* to identify which plants or flowers you discover. Were there any plants or flowers you discovered that were not on the document?

Lesson 2 - Label parts of a flower.

Can you correctly label the parts of a flower? See *Label parts of a flower*. The children need to only complete the simple parts of a flower , please ignore the other one. 

Lesson 3 - What do plants need to stay alive?

Please complete the PDF document *Plants need* and explain what a plant needs in order to stay alive.

Lesson 4 - Terrific Trees.

Look at the PDF document *Terrific Trees*. Discuss what do you think makes a tree an evergreen? Do you know what time of year deciduous trees start to lose their leaves? Describe the annual cycle of a deciduous tree. 

On your daily walk can you use the PDF document *tree hunt* to correctly identify what tress you have discovered in your local area. Can you then with an adult use the PDF document *evergreen and deciduous sorting cards* to sort which trees are evergreen and which trees are deciduous. 

Lesson 5 - Experiment over time (Veg Tops)

You will need: 

  • a couple of different vegetables such as; carrot, potato, parsnip or turnip.
  • a small plate or dish to hold the vegetable tops.
  • a suitable knife (with adult provision) to cut the vegetable tops off
  • water to be placed onto the small plate or dish with the vegetable tops. 

Instructions:

  1. With an adult, use a suitable knife to remove 1cm of your different vegetables top. 
  2. Get a small plate and place a tiny amount of of water on it and the vegetable tops. The water should not cover the vegetables top as it will rot. 
  3. Leave the vegetable tops in a warm and light place, Top up the water as it evaporates.

Over time, now can you observe, handle, draw, take a photo of the changes you see in each different vegetable top. 

Key questions: 

How long was it before you saw any changes?

Did it change in the way that you expected?

What did you notice when you compared the different types of vegetable after one week, two weeks and so on?

Did each type of vegetable change in the same way?  

Geography (Coasts and Seas). 

Key vocab :

Physical features - A natural feature on the surface, such as water, mountains, and deserts 

Human features Features include anything from a house to a city, and all the related infrastructure such as roads, rail, canals etc.

Lesson 1 - Re-cap with an adult what seas/oceans do you already know and can tell them. Can you draw what you think a beach looks like? What physical and human features does it have, are all beaches the same, what can be different? 

Lesson 2 - See the word document below called "Geography - Lesson 2" Can the children label the physical and human features of a beach/coast. 

Lesson 3 - See the word document below called "Geography - Lesson 3" Can you look at the pictures of different coastal cities from all around the world and answer the questions with an adult. 

Computing (ICT):

Lesson 1: To identify plants using a search engine (google/Bing/yahoo)

Can you go outside in your gardens or on your daily walk and try and find 3 different plants or trees (you may want to take a photograph of them). Can you use a search engine such as google, bing or yahoo to search for the plants you discovered online and find out their scientific names? 

Lesson 2: I can use paint to create a picture.

Can you open paint (or a similar app) to draw a picture of your choice using the different tools on the paint.  (Challenge: can you save your work onto your computer? – You will need to explain to an adult why we it is important to save your work).

Lesson 3:  I can take digital photos of plants.

Can you take a photograph of plants or trees you may discover on your daily walk, outside in your garden, in your home, through your window? 

Can you open paint (or a similar app) and create a picture of your favourite and least favourite plant or tree that you have discovered. Challenge activity: LO: I can use a text box. Can you open a text box and label your plant or tree that you created on paint?

Extension: If chn want to they can create an eBook using https://bookcreator.com/ this is also an app available on Ipads/phones etc (this book could show the digital images and paint drawn images of the plants they have found around them)

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