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Year 1 Home learning Week Commencing 27th April 2020
Four times a week
|More books can be found at: Oxford Owl e-books library
Login and join for free.
On the library page click on…levels, book band and choose your child’s sticker colour.
You can also read books from home. Remember to read a range of texts: fiction and non fiction books, poems, recipes, instructions, magazines etc.
|Phonics Play – play games for your phonics stage – https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/freeIndex.htm
BBC Bitesize English – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zgkw2hv
ICT Games. – Here is a lovely website with lots of activities related to phonics, English and other useful topic activities. https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/literacy.html
Twinkl– Type in your phonic phase or particular sound into the search bar at the top
Youtube– these videos are great!
Geraldine the Giraffe
Use a sound mat to help you find the sounds you need.
|Begin a Lockdown Diary
Write an entry for each day and draw a picture of what you have done. It can include the home learning you have done or games you have played.
|Done any home baking?
Write the recipe and instructions for your creation.
Don’t forget those verbs at the beginning of each instruction.
Remember verbs are ‘doing’ words and begin each time with a capital letter.
|Time to get silly….
Make up some silly sentences. Be as silly as you like but don’t forget those capital letters and full stops. Maybe find a way to use an exclamation mark!
The cat watched so much TV that she fell asleep and fell off the sofa!
|Maths||White rose maths home learning
Summer term 1 Week 2
Don’t forget you also have your NumBots login whcih you can use at any time
|Topic||Do you have any plants in your garden or house?
Can you find out what they are called and draw them? Perhaps you can label their different parts.
Log onto Twinkl if you need some help, its free for everyone to use at the moment and is a fantastic resource. Nothing needs to be printed from the site.
Get a bowl of water and using things that you can find around the house or garden, see which ones sink.
Make a chart to show your findings. Maybe you will find an object that surprises you?
|Visit the new bbc iplayer bitesize daily lessons.
Choose what interests you and record your learning in any way that you like.