Hello! How are you all?
We have been wondering if you have lost any teeth? Or if you have grown a little bit? Or if you have learnt some new skills? You could always email us through Purple Mash to tell us all about it.
Here are some ideas for you this week. Remember you can upload photos of your work straight to Purple Mash and these will then be marked and rewarded that way too – please give it a go.
We are still highly recommending the White Rose Materials to support your child in Maths at home. We are using these to support learners in class too.
To support extending their problem solving skills through games and challenges please take a look at 'I see Maths' Ks1 games too.
Also encourage your child to use their Numbots login regularly for short bursts to practise their recall of number bonds and help to build their robots too. It is absolutely reasonable to type the answers in for them if they are fluently solving the questions but are not able to type them in quickly enough.
To stretch and extend further we will attach a set of sheets linked to White Rose Maths from Third Space each week. These are at the bottom of the page. We hope these will provide you more content for Maths at home.
Phonics for Y1. There are some excellent videos for teaching phonics here. Set 2 will be revisiting the learning of sounds and spellings we already know. Set 3 is new learning and spelling with this sound and is shown at 9.30 a.m. There are also videos for reading longer words, red words and ‘Read and hold a sentence’, ( reading and writing practice for children reading and writing words with Set 2 sounds confidently and learning Set 3 sounds) available daily.
Year 1 will use the Oak National Academy materials Week 7 English, and the focus is on writing a recount. There are phonics, spellings and activities linked to the text each day. You’ll only need paper and pencil to take part for the lessons tooThese lessons are best followed in sequence, starting with Lesson 1.
There is a spelling quiz and a phonics activity for you on Purple Mash.
Write a diary for your favourite days in the week. There is a diary set up in your Purple Mash 2Dos. You can draw a picture or add a photo and write at least five sentences about what you did. If you tap on the green tick at the top right hand corner, there is a writing checklist and on the left, some prompts to help you along.
Online reading books are available here. Try to do a little bit of reading every day.
Practise handwriting everyday, using cursive joins please.
There are some reading comprehensions for you here.
If your child would like to try a different variety for English please take a look at the BBC Bitesize lessons per day for English here.
By the end of this lesson the children should be able to say:
I can say the names for animal body parts.
I can say the body parts that I see in pictures of animals.
I can say things that are the same about two animals.
I can say things that are different about two animals.
Recap the names of human body parts – particularly shoulder, elbow, ankle, wrist, hips, thigh, shin.
Then look at the presentation (at the bottom of the page) which shows the body parts that are common to familiar animals.
Look at different animal body parts in turn.
Odd One Out
In pairs, children guess the odd one out by comparing animal bodies, giving reasons for their choices. The children may be able to find more than one valid answer to these questions!
Remind children of the vocabulary to be used when describing animals.
Choose an animal without letting the other person know what it is. Describe the body parts of an animal to your partner who has their eyes closed. Can they guess what it is?
Complete the activity in your Purple Mash 2Dos
Can you draw the 'Bizarre Beast' on the worksheet below, or design your own with a range of body parts? Label your picture and upload onto Purple Mash.
I know what a Synagogue is
I can say how it is different to /the same as / as a church
I know that it is important to show respect to the beliefs of others
Recap the features of the church and explain that this week we are going to look at the features of a place of worship for Jewish people.
Watch the synagogue presentation below or watch a video about synagogues, watch here.
List how the synagogue and its artefacts are different to the church.
Key Questions: What makes a Synagogue special for Jewish people? How are a church and a Synagogue similar? How are they different?
Take part in the ' Virtual Sports Day'. Click here for details.
Picture News Activity ideas linked to an issue current in the news
Take a look at the Eco Activities page and let us know how you get on with one of the activities this week.
There is a project called 30 Days Wild from the Wildlife Trust- which runs every day throughout the month of June. Can you do something 'wild' that links to nature every day during June? We'd love to hear about any that you manage to do- why not post a blog about what you have done? Scroll down to see the ideas here for each day.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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