Take care and have fun Year 1! xx
Maths Reasoning - counting to 100/one more and one less to 100
Alternatively, there are packs of work available at school for collection at the office. Again, if there are any issues please let me know so I can support you.
I miss you all and look forward to hearing from you or seeing your photos for the Home Learning Gallery.
Stay Safe xx
Please have a look at this week's tasks. Remember that you can send photos of your work on Dojo and we can upload them onto our Home Learning Gallery :)
We miss you all and look forward to hearing from you.
Miss Turner and Mrs Osiac xx
- grammar answers.docx
- t-t-10000130-parts-of-a-plant-powerpoint_ver_3 (1).ppt
- Label parts of a plant and parts of a tree (worksheet).ppt
RWI are streaming three, short Speed Sounds lessons for children to watch at home every weekday on our YouTube channel. Please subscribe!
Each lesson is ten minutes long and available for 24 hours.
Repeats of lessons streamed up until Friday 3rd April will be shown during the Easter holidays (excluding Bank Holidays).
- Set 1 Speed Sounds 9.30 am (BST) - for children in Nursery and Reception and children who are new to English
- Set 2 Speed Sounds 10.00 am - for children in Reception that can read Set 1 Speed Sounds and for children in Year 1 and 2
- Set 3 Speed Sounds 10.30 am - for children in Year 1 and 2 that can read Set 2 Speed Sounds
After the Easter holidays, we will:
- Continue Sets 1, 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons
- Add lessons to help children read words with Set 1 Speed Sounds and spell words with Set 1, 2 and 3 sounds
Once each set has been shown, we will replay one a day from each set.
Look out for Story Time three times a week too!
Art and craft
CBeebies Easter information video for kids
Lego Easter story
Easter songs to learn
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcEoZGcuJNU (jelly beanprayer)
- Monday Holy Week prayer.docx
- Tuesday Holy Week prayer.docx
- Wednesday Holy Week prayer.docx
- Thursday Holy Week Prayer.docx
- Friday Holy Week Prayer.docx
- Saturday Holy Week prayer.docx
Useful websites to support learning at home
Here are some websites to assist you with your child's learning.
Website full of educational resources. A month’s free access will be given if school’s are closed, A code will be sent out if this happens.
Setting up is really easy to do – go to www.twinkl.co.uk/ offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
Fisher Price has a lot of interesting play and learn ideas here – simply select your child’s age from the ranges provided. With step-by-step instructions, Fisher Price highlights the learning skills your child will be developing while having fun with you!
Boomerang is a highly engaging, fun and fast website, featuring kids favourites like Scooby-Doo and Tom and Jerry. The ‘lets create’ section has a great selection of crafts and recipes for children to try, as well as some great colouring in pages.
Learning Games for Kids has lots of learning games for kids - divided into school year groups - so you can find the right level of games for your child. It covers everything from vocabulary to geography, literature and maths.
CBeebies has some great learning games, quizzes and a huge selection of topics to explore. Some of the topics include food and simple recipes for children to follow, and arts and crafts ideas to recreate. Highly engaging and beautifully designed.
Top Marks is aimed at children aged three to 18 years old and is an independent educational website for kids, parents and teachers. It’s free to use and links through to useful online resources for subjects including maths, science and languages.
Excellent site aimed at children aged from three to 12 years old. It has interactive games to teach children about maths, reading, science and languages. There's also a community where your kids can safely interact with the gang of colourful characters.
You can access a free 21 day trial but you need to subscribe after this period to access the content – various subscription packages available.
It’s free to use and includes animations, revision flashcards and interactive sections to help your kids learn.
Free online education resources and games
Numeracy and Literacy games
Shaun’s Game Academy is aimed at primary school children and above. Based on Aardman Animations Shaun the Sheep character, it lets children design their own game, learn how to code and even win prizes.
Learn computer science
Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
101 free and fun science experiments to try at home
If your little one loves space, then they'll love Nasa Kids' Club. There, they'll be able to find out how much they'd weigh in space, test their roving skills on Mars and complete other space-related activities.
One for the parents to explore. Funology offers parents a great selection of kids’ recipes, science experiments, magic tricks to try, games to play, as well as clever jokes and trivia.
a YouTube channel of art activities for kids
Let kids brush up on their global history knowledge with this easy-to-navigate website. History For Kids is a collection of short, funny poems for children, based on stories from days gone by – the Great Fire of London, Ancient Greece, Vikings, and lots more!
From famous battles to ancient wars, kids can learn all about the history of Britain, as well as other countries on this fun website. BBC History for kids also teaches kids about historical figures, such as Shakespeare, Napoleon Bonaparte and Martin Luther King. They'll be mini historians in no time.
National Geographic Kids is great for children aged six to 13 years old. It has some stunning images and interactive games and colouring books. A lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them.
In Year 1 they have to be able to: name, locate and identify characteristics of the 4 countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom and its surrounding seas
In response to the ongoing situation, PhonicsPlay is free to use during this period.
Children can use the site at home without their parents needing to subscribe. To access the resources all you need to do is log on using the following details.
Register for a free trial and get 30 days free access to reading resources.
a fun game to help children with phonics and the art of reading
cbeebies stories and rhymes.
Oxford Owl is aimed at children aged three to 11 years old and is free to use. It helps children learn reading and maths, and there are also top tips for parents to help your child with their learning. There are also over 250 free ebooks.
This American website (hence the name Math, not Maths) is a great way to help improve your child's sums and ability with numbers. Cool Math 4 Kids has tons of puzzles, brain teasers and fun ways to do maths. Choose from Alien Addition, Dirt Bike Fractions, Demolition Division and lots more!
Free activities and online resources
Teach maths fluency
- reading phase 2.pdf