FRIDAY or Fri-YAY!
Before we start our learning today, all the Year 1 teachers want to say thank you for all your hard work with the learning. It means so much to us when we see the videos and pictures on Tapestry. THANK YOU!
English: Today we are writing our instructions! Watch Miss Carey-Smith's video and then complete your own instructions.
Emerging: Write 2 simple instructions based on your plan from yesterday. E.g. Get horse.
Expected: Write your 4 instructions. Don't forget to include the numbers and draw pictures! Remember that we are looking for capital letters today.
Exceeding: Complete the activity as expected are but your challenge is to include adjectives in your instructions too, just like Miss Carey-Smith did!
Emerging: Watch Miss Carey-Smith's video on the 'ai' digraph. Then log onto Phonics Play and play buried treasure with words containing 'ai'.
Expected: Watch the video as Mrs White helps you to learn the alternative pronunciations for the 'ch' grapheme. Play the game on phonics play. Can you get 10/10?
Exceeding: Watch Mrs White’s video and then watch Miss Streeton’s video to apply the 'ch' alternative pronunciations.
We have had a note from a knight! Can you read the note and then write him a message back. You have to use your best handwriting! Remember those curly caterpillar, zig zag monster, ladder and one armed robot letters!
Why not have a go at reading one of these books. You might need to read them with and adult however you might also be able to use your new understanding of alternative pronunciations to read them!
Reading for pleasure is so important! So share a book together, get comfy and have a great chat about what you are reading! How about a new story as an end of week treat instead of movie night, or a hot chocolate with your book! Think of ways to make reading a pleasurable experience and get lost in a fantasy world!
Keep practicing this week’s spellings! How are you getting on with them? Watch this weeks video again to help you (from Tuesday).
Emerging: Watch the comparing numbers power point and then have a try at completing the comparing numbers questions
Expected/Exceeding: Today we are going to recap all the learning from this week! Watch the video from White Rose and then answer the questions on the sheet. You have been learning all about these methods so I think you will do a great job!
Challenge: Complete this word problem:
Beth has 12 toy cars and then she gets 18 more. Her friend Toby has 19 toy cars and the he gets 11 more. Which inequality symbol do you need to compare how many cars they have?
This is "Spr1.4.4 - Compare number sentences" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.
Today with Mrs White we are going to continue our work on landscapes. We are learning to use a range of materials to create a picture. Watch the video and have a go yourself!
THURSDAY 28th January 2021
Today we are going to plan our instructions. Watch Miss Carey-Smith's videos to get some ideas of how you might choose to do this today.
Emerging: Draw 2 pictures for 2 steps you want to have in your instructions. Label what you have drawn.
Expected: Plan out 4 steps for your instructions. Draw pictures and label them. Don't forget bossy verbs!
Exceeding: Plan out 4 steps for your instructions. Draw pictures and label them. Include an adjective for each one too.
Emerging: Watch Miss Carey-Smith's video and then have a go at the same activity outside if you can!
Expected: Today you will be reading and learning some High Frequency Words with Mrs White.
Exceeding: Have a go at reading the sentences below. Once you have done that can you write your own sentence using those words?
Many of my friends laughed because I wore two different shoes.
I opened my eyes, laughed once and said please.
Reading: Have a go at reading the text below and answering the questions. You may need some help from an adult with this and then you can answer the questions together! Remember on Bug Club you can read books that are chosen just for you and you can do fun quizzes at the end!
Handwriting: Watch these fun videos for handwriting and then have a go at writing yourself. Make sure you write on lines like the ones below. This will make sure you know where to start and finish your letters. Remember…’Practice makes better!’
Spellings: Go back to Miss Streeton’s video on Tuesday and have another go at learning your spellings in all those fun ways! How many can you complete this week?
For maths today you will need to watch the video to see how to use the inequality symbols to compare number sentences. Today we will be using our knowledge of number to help us.
Emerging: Video and task below
Expected: Video and task below
Exceeding: Watch expected video and then complete the task. There is also a mastery activity to have a try at (you don't need to do them all, just choose one!)
Challenge: Can you help Dexter find the correct symbol?
Music- Check Charanga for today’s music session. We have loved the videos of you enjoying Charanga on Tapestry. It is very simple to follow and lots of fun! Give it a try : )
Wednesday 27th January
Watch Miss Carey-Smith’s video and complete your activity below.
Emerging: Choose a teddy or toy from your house. Choose a bossy verb from Little Miss Bossy’s words below and use it to tell your teddy or toy what to do! Remember the bossy verb is always the first word in your sentence.
Expected: Choose a bossy verb and write it into a sentence. Do at least 3 sentences. How bossy can you be?!
Exceeding: As expected activity but can you also include some adjectives in your sentence? E.g. Get my delicious sandwich.
Emerging: Watch the Twinkl video below to look at comparing numbers. Can you compare the numbers below? Use the method that is shown in the video.
Expected: Watch Miss Streeton's video to see how to use a number line to solve and compare number sentences. This follows on from Miss Carey-Smith's video on Monday when you used tens frames to solve and compare number sentences. If you don't have a number line you can use a ruler like Miss Streeton!
Exceeding: Watch today's video and then have a go at the expected and exceeding number problems.
Emerging: Watch Miss Carey-Smith’s video on the ‘ng’ sound. Now can you go on your own hunt around your house for things containing ‘ng’. Have a go at writing them down!
Expected: Watch Mrs White’s video to explore the alternative pronunciations for the ‘y’ grapheme and then log onto phonics play to play Acorn Adventures or Cheeky Chimps for the ‘y’ grapheme.
Exceeding: After completing the Expected challenge, watch Miss Streeton’s video to apply your new knowledge of the ‘y’ grapheme.
Rainbow roll and write! You will need pens or pencils, one for each colour of the rainbow and a dice. Choose a name you would like to write e.g. your own name, a pets name, friends name, mum or dad and roll the dice to see which colour you should write each letter! Remember to practise on lines and to start and finish in the correct places. Linked below is where you can find the videos to support with letter formation.
Theme – R.E
Watch the introduction video from Mrs White and access the Cbeebies link:
Learn about the Buddhist festival of Wesak and create your own animal mask using whatever materials you have at home!
Challenge activity: Use the writing template to write about the festival of Wesak. Think about these questions:
Who celebrates the festival of Wesak? Why do they celebrate the festival of Wesak? How is Wesak celebrated? What are the animal masks used for?
Log onto the Collins website and listen and follow along with the non-fiction text ‘Dance to the beat’.
26th January 2021
Emerging: Watch Miss Carey-Smith's video and access the activity.
Expected: Watch Mrs White's video and then play acorn adventures on https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5 for the alternative pronunciations for 'a'.
Exceeding: Watch both Mrs White's and Miss Streeton's videos and access the activities.
Watch the two introduction videos to learn about our weeks learning!
Next, watch the Activity video from Miss Carey-Smith as she shows you what your activity is. You will need to login to Purple Mash to complete it!
Emerging: Type your knight name.
Expected: Type your knight name and what your job is.
Exceeding: Type your knight name, what your job is and tell us something interesting about you as a knight.
Remember to use your sound mats which you all have at home! Don't forget full stops and capital letters!
Maths- Join Miss Streeton to learn how to write the numbers 0-20 as words.
Emerging- Watch the first video and write numbers 0-5
Expected- Watch the first video and write numbers 0-10
Exceeding- Watch both videos and write numbers 0-20
Challenge- Can you answer this word problem?
Sam has twelve chickens at the farm. He goes to the market and sells seven chickens. How many chickens does Sam have left?
Today we will begin our transformation into year 1 Knights of the Woodland Castle!!
Watch Mrs White's video all about making a shield! Knight's need shields to help defend them against enemies.....especially dragons! Share your finished shields with us on Tapestry.
Have a go at reading the book from today's English session.
Go to Collins Connect and click on the Teacher portal and enter:
The book is a GOLD book band colour.
Good morning Year 1!
Monday 25th January
Maths: Today we are starting off with Maths and comparing number sentences. Watch both of Miss Carey-Smith’s videos and then have a go at your activity.
Emerging: Compare the number sentences using the completed tens frames (pdf file).
Expected: Compare these number sentences using the method shown in the video.
(22+9 27+3) (15+8 18+2) (12+8 8+12) (25+4 23 + 8)
Exceeding: Complete the expected activity first, then have a go at the below problem. Look carefully as there are subtraction number sentences there too!!
English: Watch Mrs White’s video to learn about the craftsmen in the castle and then watch her second one to see what your activity is today.
Emerging: Draw your chosen craftsmen and label which one you have chosen. Don’t forget to sound out your word first and write down all of the sounds you could hear, using your phonics knowledge. Write 2 key words linked to your chosen craftsmen.
Expected: Write about your chosen craftsmen. We are looking for at least 3 full sentences with beautiful handwriting and all of your finger spaces!
Exceeding: Complete expected activity. At the end, consider which craftsmen job you would prefer to be if you worked in a castle and why. Write a sentence telling us! Don’t forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops!!
Emerging: Watch your learning with Mrs White today
Expected: Watch your learning with Miss Streeton today (you will need a pen and paper)
Exceeding: Watch Miss Streeton's video first. After practise applying what you have learnt with Miss Carey-Smith today
Reading: Choose a book on Bug Club to read today. Once you have finished, tell someone you live with what the story was about. Can you re-tell it?!
Handwriting: Today you can watch the handwriting videos on the website and have a go at your Caterpillar, Monster, Robot or Ladder letters. If you want to instead you can practice your number and letter formation in rice, take a look below for a fun idea!
Science: Log onto Developing Experts and watch todays power point. Then watch Miss Streeton’s video to see how to complete today’s activity. Have fun!
Story time: Join your class teacher for their story time live at 2pm today on Google Classroom! Watch the 'How to' videos if you're not sure how to access the live lessons.
Lion code: lionclass
Leopard code: leopard123
Tiger code: tigerstory
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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