Friday 22nd January 2021
To start your day join in P.E. with Joe!
Today we look at another person that we may have found within a castle. Arguably one of the most important people to live within a castle........Knights!
Emerging: Watch video 1 and complete the note taking activity. Use your sound mats to help you.
Expected: As emerging, then watch video 2 and complete the letter to the National Knights Organisation.
Exceeding: As expected, then once you have finished go back through your writing and edit it. Have you included finger spaces? Capital letters? Full stops? Adjectives?
Using this weeks spellings, practice writing them (with the correct letter formation) onto rolled out playdough. Use a pencil or the end of a thin paintbrush.
Emerging: Watch Mrs White's video and join in.
Expected: Watch Miss Streeton's video and complete the activity. We can't wait to see your towers!
Exceeding: Watch Miss Carey-Smith's video and have a go at the dice activity.
As the weather forecast looks sunny today we would like you to take a book outside. You could take it in the garden, just on your door step or on your daily walk. Whilst outside read your chosen book. Make sure your adult gets a snap of you doing this and sends it into Tapestry. The year 1 teachers will be joining in also and uploading their photo onto Tapestry for you to see!
Watch Miss Carey-Smith explain Fact Families to you. Join in with plates of objects.
(Yesterday's Maths got a little muddled - Year 1 teachers are sorry for this!) If you have not tried the activities for yesterday have a go at them. If you did complete them have a go at the new activities set:
Emerging: Follow the link to BBC Bitesize. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkd98xs Go through the quiz with an adult to help you and watch the videos. Now have a go at writing the four facts for this family of numbers:
1 10 9
Expected: Follow the link to BBC Bitesize. Go through the quiz, videos and then play the game to test your understanding of Fact Families. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkd98xs
Exceeding: Complete the Expected activities and then use your problem solving and reasoning skills to complete the activity from Nrich: https://nrich.maths.org/175/note Make sure that you are discussing your answers and giving reasons for your choices!
Login to Yumu and complete session 2 of In the groove!
You can head over to the 'Online Learning Websites' page where there is a document and now a video too for how to log on and get started using Yumu.
Thursday 21st January 2021
Today we will continue to look at people who lived in a castle. Watch Mrs Whites videos to learn about jesters and create a job advert for a jester for Lady Woodlands Castle.
Emerging- draw a colourful picture of a jester and label it with words to describe him. E. G. Funny.
Expected-complete the job advert for the jester. Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Exceeding-complete the job advert for the jester but use a thesaurus to find better words to use. E. G. Hilarious rather than funny. Make your work better!
Emerging: Have fun joining in with Mrs White’s video and activities today. If you want a challenge have a go at the expected video too!
Expected : Join Miss Streeton to read some high frequency words today. Mr Monster even comes to help!
Exceeding: Join Miss Carey-Smith for some more phonics fun. Join in with the video and activities.
Go back to Mrs White's video for your spellings and have another go at spelling the words. You can do this each day and then have a spelling quiz on Friday!
Today we are going to be learning about fact families. Watch Miss Carey-Smith’s video to find out more!
Emerging: can you write the addition and subtraction facts for the numbers 3 7 and 10? You can use groups of objects to arrange, just like Miss Carey-Smith or make number cards too.
Expected: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/number-facts/number-fact-families follow the link to explore different fact families of numbers up to 20, or 50 if you’re feeling like you would like a challenge! Select addition and subtraction and then select up to 20.
Exceeding: complete the mastery challenge below.
Art- Today you will be drawing a landscape. This means you will need to go for a walk and take some pictures to bring home and draw (or you can get out in the garden). Watch Miss Streeton’s videos and then have a go at drawing and painting your own pictures. If you don’t have paint you can use colouring pencils, charcoal or chalks instead. Remember art is about the process, not the finished picture. Have fun!
Today you will need to read either the Emerging (Phase 2), Expected (Phase 4) or Exceeding (Phase 5) quick read and answer the questions. If you complete one, why not try another!
Today for handwriting have a go at choosing a Lady or Lord name and writing it in your best handwriting. What could your Lord or Lady name be? Lord Dave of Candy Land, Lady Elsa of Arundel for example. You could even make a scroll!
Wednesday 20th January
Today we are beginning to look at the type of people you would have found living in a castle. We start today with the Lord and Lady of the castle! Watch Mrs White’s video about the Lord and Lady of the castle and to see how to do today’s writing activity. There is a sheet below to use if you would like to.
Emerging: Draw a picture of a Lord or Lady and label them.
Expected: Draw a picture of a Lord or Lady and write 3 sentences about them.
Exceeding: Complete expected activity first. Then draw a speech bubble for your Lord or Lady and write something they might say!
Today we are continuing on with subtraction. Watch Miss Carey-Smith’s video to see how you can do this and then have a go at the activity below.
Emerging: Draw out a tens frame and use objects to help you solve these subtraction number sentences… 10 – 3 = 8 – 4 = 5 – 2 = 7 – 5 = 12 – 2 =
Expected: Draw out 5 tens frames ready to use to solve these number sentences. Try to use drawings today!... 25 – 6 = 21 – 3 = 34 – 7 = 32 – 4 = 46 – 8 = 40 – 5 =
Exceeding: Complete the expected number sentences first. Then have a go at solving this word problem… Amir has 16 apples. Ron has none. Amir gives Ron 9 apples. Who has the most apples now? Explain how you know. How do you know? Prove it!
Theme/ PSHE – I can set a goal and know how to achieve it. Watch Miss Streeton’s video and create your own rainbow goal to stick up in your house! There is a template for a rainbow if you would like to use that or you can draw your own just like Miss Streeton has!
Login into Bug Club and choose one of your allocated books to read. Don’t forget to complete the quiz once you have finished!
Leopards and Lions please attend your Google Classroom meet with your class teacher for story time today. Check your PING as you will have a message from your class teacher with the code to enter the meeting today.
Tiger class head over to the story time library and choose a story time to watch today.
Tuesday 19th January 2021
This week we are going to carry on our learning all about Castles! Today we will be looking at some places/rooms inside the castle. In the first video you will find out some information about these places/rooms. Watch video 1 and then watch video 2 to see what your task is!
Emerging: Draw a picture of one of the rooms inside a castle and label it.
Expected: Write a fact sheet about one place/room inside the castle. You are expected to write THREE sentences.
Exceeding: Write a fact sheet about two places/rooms inside the castle. You are expected to write THREE sentences for each one. Use adjectives to make your writing more interesting!
Emerging: Watch Mrs White’s video 1 to re-cap phase 2 and 3 sounds. Watch video 2 for your activity.
Expected: Watch Miss Streeton’s video and complete the activity.
Exceeding: Watch Miss Streeton’s video and complete the activity, then watch Miss Carey-Smith’s video!
Watch the video for a fun game to play to help you learn your spellings.
Your spellings can be found here:
Year 1 - Term 2A - Week 3
Use your spellings as your handwriting practice. Can you spell each word using the correct letter formation?
Emerging/Expected: Today in maths we will be exploring subtraction. We have used the language first, then and now to support subtraction in the past and will using that today. Watch the video from Miss Streeton and then have a go at he activities on BBC Bitesize. You could also create your own word problem and solve it.
Exceeding: Please complete activities above and then have a try at the challenge below.
Theme- Design and Technology
Today you will continue to make your very own castle!! Watch Miss Carey-Smith’s videos and then set off to finish your castle. Upload pictures of the finished product onto Tapestry!
Login to Oxford Owl and read the book:
Monday 18th January 2021
Last day of our booklets today! We are writing about our favourite part of the castle. Choose your favourite part and the watch Miss Streeton’s video.
Emerging: Complete the Purple Mash activity set for today – Use your sound mats to help!
Expected: Write the last part of your booklet. Make sure you use because in your sentence.
Exceeding: Write the last part of your booklet INDEPENDENTLY. That means no help today. Make sure you use because in your sentence. You also need to sound out each word carefully and think about using the spellings you have learn so far this half term (ar and igh). We need a grown up to be able to read your sentence today once you have written it.
Today we will be using our number bonds to solve addition number sentences. This will also develop the skill of counting on to add which you have been practising.
Emerging: Watch the video below and then complete the activity for today
Expected: Watch the video and then complete the activity on the sheet. You can copy the questions and answer them.
Today we will be using Developing Experts and learning about how ‘Animals need to be cared for differently’. There are some fun activities today so watch the videos to find out what they are. Watch the videos on Developing Experts and then you can complete your activities.
Emerging: Draw a picture of your pet or a pet you would like and label the picture with some things it will need, such as ‘dog, ball, bed’.
Expected/Exceeding: Watch Miss Carey-Smith’s video about how to make your poster. Use your phonics and spellings! Write 2 sentences to explain how to care for your pet.
Challenge: Can you make some dog biscuits? Watch Miss Streeton’s video and see what Rossi and Alfie thought of the biscuits!
Emerging: Join Miss Streeton to practise sounding out words with the ‘sh’ sound in them. You will need a couple of things to join in so watch the first part, pause the video to get what you need and then carry on watching.
Expected: - Join in with Miss Carey-Smith in an activity exploring alternative pronunciations of the 'u' grapheme.
Exceeding: Watch the expected video for today. Then you need to write some sentences using the words in the video. Make a list of words as you watch the video so that you have a word bank to help you write your sentences.
Today you can try to write the zig zag monster letters. Follow the link below.
They can be found here: https://www.st-georgesinfantandnursery.co.uk/handwriting/
Please read the text 'Taking care of a dog' - an adult can help you if needed. Look at the questions and discuss the answers together.
(put in emerg, exp and exc versions)
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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