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Week 3 - Week Commencing 18th January 2021

Monday   

Join zoom live dance lesson at 11.30  (Link has been text out)
 

PhonicsCopy out these words. If you want an extra challenge, try writing them in a sentence.

              Year 1: if, in, it, is, into

              Year 2: hiking, hiked, hiker, nicer, his, has, I, you, your, friend

ReadingRead for 15 minutes. If you need a book, look at the MyOn website or on Active Learn.

Literacy:

Watch this video carefully. You will re-telling part of the story. Look at page where they’re all in the garden. Start the story by describing what is happening your home learning book or on the writing sheet. Write in sentences with a capital letter to start, finger spaces and full stops. Sound out words you don’t know. Use adjectives (describing words) to make it more interesting. You'll be using the same worksheet all week, but you can write on any paper if you run out of space.

Maths:

Watch this video and complete the activities. You are going to be finding number bonds to 10. Once you have finished, watch this number bond song.

Challenge! Can you complete the number bonds to 10, 20 and 100?

Science:  Use this video to find out about materials. Pause the video to complete the work.

Maths challenge! Number bonds to 10,20 and 100

Tuesday

Phonics: 

Play Buried Treasure on the Phonics Play website to recap some of the sounds you have learned in school. The login details are Username: jan21            Password: home

Year 1:  Choose 'Phase 3' and 'ur'                Year 2: Choose 'Phase 5' and 'ou'

Reading:

Read for 15 minutes. If you need a book, look at the MyOn website or on Active Learn.

Literacy:

Watch Monday’s story video again. The second part of your story re-tell is to write about them getting ready to get on the bus and go. Remember to write in sentences and sound out words you don’t know. Use adjectives (describing words) to make it more interesting.

Maths:

Watch this video. You are going to be finding number bonds to 10 using the part-whole model. You can work in your books, on a sheet of paper or you can use the worksheet below if you prefer (Maths - Part whole model)

Challenge! Can you solve more number bonds to 20 and 100?

Art:   

Watch this video of an artist drawing London Bridge.  Have a go at drawing it yourself on the worksheet or on paper.. You can draw any London Landmark.

 

Wednesday

Phonics: 

Play Picnic on Pluto on the Phonics Play website to recap some of the sounds you have learned in school. The login details are Username: jan21            Password: home

Year 1:  Choose 'Phase 3' and 'ur'                Year 2: Choose 'Phase 5' and 'ou'

Reading: 

Read for 15 minutes. If you need a book, look at the MyOn website or on Active Learn.

Literacy:

The next part of your story re-tell is to write about some of the things they did on their day out. Remember to write in sentences and sound out words you don’t know. Use adjectives (describing words). Can you use some of these words to join two sentences together:  and, but so, because?

If you want to watch the video again to remind you what they did, click here.

Maths:

Join in with this number bond song. Now watch this video on how to find the missing number in number sentences using number bonds to 10 and complete the activity. You can use the tens frame worksheet to help you. You can work in your books, on a piece of paper or print off the worksheet below if you wish.

Challenge! Can you continue to solve number bonds to 10, 20 and 100? Have you spotted a pattern?

Religious Education:

 This half term we are going to be listening to stories from different religions and thinking about their meanings. Today we are thinking about a Christian story from the Bible called 'The Lost Sheep'.

Watch this video of the story. There is some useful information at the beginning of the video and then there are 2 stories, the story of The Lost Sheep starts 3 minutes 8 seconds in if you want to skip the story before it.

After you have watched it, answer the questions on the sheet. 

 

Thursday

Phonics: Recap the words from Monday. Read the word, cover it up and then write it. Check to see if you got it right.

              Year 1: if, in, it, is, into

              Year 2: hiking, hiked, hiker, nicer, his, has, I, you, your, friend

Reading: Read for 15 minutes. If you need a book, look at the MyOn website or on Active Learn.

Literacy:

What happened when they got back from their day out?  Remember to write in sentences and sound out words you don’t know. Try to use interesting adjectives (describing words). Can you use some of these words to join two sentences together:  and, but so, because?

The video is here if you need it.

Maths:

Watch this video on how to find number bonds to 20. You can write the number bonds down on a piece of paper, in your book or on the worksheet below. 

Challenge! How quickly can you solve the number bonds today?

PSHE:

Look at this video to learn about Random acts of kindness. 

Look at this video to learn about Looking after each other. There is a worksheet for each.

Friday

Phonics: Play a pairs game to practise the sounds we have covered. Go to this website and it will ask you for a pin code. Year 1 use FD0MZX913    Year 2 use LM3246

Reading: Read for 15 minutes. If you need a book, look at the MyOn website or on Active Learn.

Literacy: 

 The final part of your story re-tell writing is to say how George’s mum found the dinosaur. The video is here if you need a reminder. Write the best sentences you can.  At the end write a sentence saying ‘The best part of the day for George was…………because…….’ . You can choose any part of the day. Well done, you have finished writing your fabulous story!

Maths:

Watch this video on finding number bonds to 20 and complete the activity. You can print off the worksheet below if you prefer.

Challenge!! Can you complete the number bonds to 100? 

History: 

Watch this video about The Great Fire of London and after you have found out about what caused the fire to spread so quickly, write or draw to show how London could be made safer so that it didn't happen again.

PE

 

We know active, healthy children achieve more, that is why PE and School Sport is such a focus at Sparken Hill Academy. To support home learning we have subscribed to Real PE at home.

 

Each pupil in school will have access to this fantastic resource. Who will be the most active year group during lockdown? Please see the attachment for the joining instructions. It also includes a link to a video explaining how to use the platform.

 

We recommend you access this daily (30 minutes) and give yourself an active break from the screen. You should also try and complete another 30 minutes of physical activity. This could be a walk, run, bike ride and playing a game with a member of your family. 

Real PE at Home Log in information

Guidance for Families

Music with Mr Thornton

This week the challenge is to do two different things at the same time.

No way.... Yes way!

KS1 Play and Say 01

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