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Willow Class (Reception)

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Miss Brown can be reached at: willow@newtown.wilts.sch.uk

 

 

Willow Class Blog

Hi Willow Class

We are very lucky to now have a blog up and running where we can communicate easily. Usernames and passwords will be sent out soon.

To find this blog and access it you need to go to the school website.

  1. Click on children
  2. Click on home learning
  3. Scroll down and click on class blog
  4. Log in using your details
  5. Click on the title of the blog 
  6. Scroll down and add your comment

 

Each week I will put up a different discussion point for you to contribute to. All  posts will have to be approved by me before they are published so it is totally safe and secure for you to use. 

Home Learning - 3rd July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Fri 3rd July

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe is no longer live on this day, however if you still need your daily fix of Joe Wicks you can rewatch previous PE with Joe or take part in his other work outs.

 

Below is the new link.

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound ure

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow writing 3.7.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to Fred Talk your words.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Counting in 5’s

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

Watch the counting by 5’s youtube video.

Click on the file (Willow counting in 5s handprints 02.7.20) children to write the numbers in the right order counting in 5’s.

-Don’t forget to count in 5’s out loud before doing the activity.

-Colour in the sheet afterwards.

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

PE

Thinking back to the different nocturnal animals. Can they move as the different animals: Fly like a bat, hoot like an owl, creep like a fox, spike like a hedgehog etc

-have fun

Home Learning - 2nd July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thurs 2nd July

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe is no longer live on this day, however if you still need your daily fix of Joe Wicks you can rewatch previous PE with Joe or take part in his other work outs.

 

Below is the new link.

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound ow

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow Hamilton Story Spring for the birds and writing 2.7.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Children can have a go at reading some of the words in the story.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Counting in 5’s

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

Watch the counting by 5’s youtube video.

Click on the file (Willow counting in 5s handprints 02.7.20) children to write the numbers in the right order counting in 5’s.

-Don’t forget to count in 5’s out loud before doing the activity.

-Colour in the sheet afterwards.

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Weather science

Watch the youtube video of how they make a cloud in a jar.  If you have the materials around the house have a go at making your own.  Can you find anymore weather experiments to try?

-Be careful to spray the air freshner inside the jar.

Home Learning - 1st July 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Weds 1st July

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound ire.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Watch the tricky word youtube video.

 

Click on the file (Willow Phase 3 tricky word booklet) below. Choose a couple of pages of the booklet to complete. 

 

 

-Have a go at writing the words in your orange book from memory.

 

Maths

Counting in 10’s

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

Watch the counting by 10’s youtube video.

Click on the file (Willow counting in 10s kites 01.7.20) children to write the numbers in the right order counting in 10’s.

-Don’t forget to count in 10’s out loud before doing the activity.

-Colour in the sheet afterwards.

Basic skills

3D shapes

Click on the file (Willow colour by 3D shapes)

Go to page 1 of the house.  Children to have a look at the different 3D shapes on the side, can they name them? Children to find those 3D shapes on the picture and colour them in (if able to print).

-Don’t forget to count the faces, corners and edges of the 3D shapes.

-Can you find those shapes around the house.

Topic work

Weather

Click on the espresso link below.  Discuss the different types of weather.  Click on the file (Willow Weather forecast) and act out saying the weather for the country.  If you’re allowed to take a photo or film your weather forecast send it to my email address.

 

Home Learning - 30th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 30th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe is no longer live on this day, however if you still need your daily fix of Joe Wicks you can rewatch previous PE with Joe or take part in his other work outs.

 

Below is the new link.

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound ew.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow writing 30.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Counting in 10’s

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

Watch the counting by 10’s youtube video.

Click on the file (Willow maths counting in 10s 30.6.20) children to write the numbers in the right order counting in 10’s.

-Don’t forget to count in 10’s out loud before doing the activity.

-Colour in the sheet afterwards.

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Nocturnal animal craft

Discuss the different nocturnal animals they can remember from yesterday’s video. Using a paper plate and cupcake cases have a go at making an owl. Click on the file (Willow Owl craft) to see what it looks like.

 

Home Learning - 29th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 29th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound ai.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow Hamilton Story wakey wakey 29.6.20 and writing 29.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Children can have a go at reading some of the words in the story.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Counting in 10’s

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

Watch the counting by 10’s youtube video.

Click on the file (Willow counting in 10’s cut and stick 29.6.20) to put the 10’s in order.  Once they are stuck in the right order, children to count in 10’s along the line.

-Count in 10’s before cutting to remember the order they need to go in.

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Nocturnal animals

Watch the video link below all about nocturnal animals.  Talk about what nocturnal means and what animals are nocturnal.

-Nocturnal – animals that sleep in the day and are awake at night.

Home Learning - 26th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Fri 26th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe is no longer live on this day, however if you still need your daily fix of Joe Wicks you can rewatch previous PE with Joe or take part in his other work outs.

 

Below is the new link.

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound oi from Set 3 Phonics.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow writing 26.6.20) below. Using the Superhero you have created make a story with your characters and draw a picture to match.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to Fred Talk your words.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition and subtraction

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow teddy sharing 26.6.20), work out the answers to the questions and colour in the right colour.

 

-Don’t forget to use your counters to help you add and subtract.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

PE

Click on the file (Willow Super Hero Game), introduce each move and then play the game.

- Have fun

Home Learning - 25th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thurs 25th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe is no longer live on this day, however if you still need your daily fix of Joe Wicks you can rewatch previous PE with Joe or take part in his other work outs.

 

Below is the new link.

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound aw

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Watch the tricky word youtube video.

 

Click on the file (Willow Phase 3 tricky word booklet) below. Choose a couple of pages of the booklet to complete. 

 

 

-Have a go at writing the words in your orange book from memory.

 

Maths

Subtraction

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow ladybird halving 25.6.20), split the ladybird spots in half and draw spots on the ladybird. For example 2 spots would have 1 spot on each side of the ladybird.

 

-Don’t forget halving they need to have the same amount of spots on each side of the ladybird.

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

People who help us

Discuss how Superheroes look after people and look after our world.  Talk about who helps us in our area. Click on the espresso link below and click on “People in other countries.”  Discuss what different people do in other countries and how it is different to this country.

-

Home Learning - 24th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Weds 24th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound u-e.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow People who help us sentences 24.6.20) below. Children to have a go at reading the sentences.  Can they remember the tricky words? Children to write a sentence that matches the picture at the bottom.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to Fred Talk your words.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the files (Willow I spy People who help us and Willow I spy People who help us checklist) Children to count and find the different People and write the numbers in the spaces.

-Don’t forget to carefully count.

-Children to find which superhero is the most and least.

-Have a go at adding 2 superheroes together.

Basic skills

3D shapes

Click on the file (Willow colour by 3D shapes)

Go to page 1 of the house.  Children to have a look at the different 3D shapes on the side, can they name them? Children to find those 3D shapes on the picture and colour them in (if able to print).

-Don’t forget to count the faces, corners and edges of the 3D shapes.

-Can you find those shapes around the house.

Topic work

Craft

Click on the file (Willow people who help us craft), children to have a go at cutting out one of the people and sticking the parts of the body on, either using split pins or with glue.

- Remember to be careful whilst using scissors and to keep your thumb on top.

Home Learning - 23rd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 23rd June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound i-e.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow writing 23.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Doubling

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow numicon doubling 23.6.20) children to cut and match the number to double and write how many are altogether.

-Don’t forget to count carefully.

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

People who help us

Discuss how Superheroes look after people and look after our world.  Talk about who helps us in our area. Click on the espresso link below and click on “People near us”.  Look at the different people who help us in our community.  Can you think of other people who help us? What about our Mum’s and Dad’s, our teachers, Police officers, fire fighters, bin collectors etc.

 

Home Learning - 22nd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 22nd June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound a-e.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow writing 22.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Children can have a go at reading some of the words in the story.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow caterpillar missing number),

-Ask the children how they know that number is missing?

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Superhero craft

Choose a superhero craft.

Click on the file (Willow superhero craft ideas) for ideas of how it can look.

-How will you stick the materials onto the potato?

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 22nd June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound a-e.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow writing 22.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Children can have a go at reading some of the words in the story.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow caterpillar missing number),

-Ask the children how they know that number is missing?

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Superhero craft

Choose a superhero craft.

Click on the file (Willow superhero craft ideas) for ideas of how it can look.

-How will you stick the materials onto the potato?

Home Learning - 19th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Fri 19th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound oi from Set 3 Phonics.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow Hamilton story and Willow writing 19.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. (Only part 2)

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to Fred Talk your words.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition and subtraction

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow colour by number 19.6.20), work out the answers to the questions and colour in the right colour.

 

-Don’t forget to use your counters to help you add and subtract.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Music and dance

Use the youtube link for music and songs from superhero theme tunes.  Music starts at 2:37 of the video.  Children to have a go at moving and dancing like a superhero.  What actions would a superhero do? How would a superhero fly?

-Have fun.

Home Learning - 18th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thurs 18th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound ea from Set 3 Phonics.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow Hamilton story and Willow writing 18.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to Fred Talk your words.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

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Maths

Subtraction

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow Superhero subtraction) use pages 1-3 (the questions get trickier and the answer pages are 4-6)

Children can use counters to support their adding.

-Don’t forget to count carefully.

-Use the numberline to support when it’s the digits.

 

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Craft

Click on the file (Willow design a mask) to design your own superhero mask. Using a cardboard tube you can make your own Superhero wrist bands.

 

-What will you use to make it into a mask? How will you stick it together?

Home Learning - 17th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Weds 17th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound oy.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow superhero sentences 17.6.20) below. Children to have a go at reading the sentences.  Can they remember the tricky words? Children to write a sentence that matches the picture at the bottom.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Don’t forget to Fred Talk your words.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the files (Willow I spy superheroes and Willow I spy superheroes checklist) Children to count and find the different superheroes and write the numbers in the spaces.

-Don’t forget to carefully count.

-Children to find which superhero is the most and least.

-Have a go at adding 2 superheroes together.

Basic skills

3D shapes

Click on the file (Willow colour by 3D shapes)

Go to page 1 of the house.  Children to have a look at the different 3D shapes on the side, can they name them? Children to find those 3D shapes on the picture and colour them in (if able to print).

-Don’t forget to count the faces, corners and edges of the 3D shapes.

-Can you find those shapes around the house.

Topic work

Healthy eating

Using the espresso activity link below sort the food into healthy and unhealthy food. Discuss why you think that food is healthy/unhealthy.

-Talk about what makes food unhealthy. Sugar to rot teeth, too much salts and too much fat.

Home Learning - 16th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 16th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound IR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow Hamilton story and Willow writing 15.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Children can have a go at reading some of the words in the story.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow Superhero addition) use pages 1-3 (the questions get trickier and the answer pages are 4-6)

Children can use counters to support their adding.

-Don’t forget to count carefully.

-Have a go at counting on when the number digit is given. “3,4,5 the answer is 5” etc

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Healthy eating

Superheroes need to be healthy to make them strong.

Click on the espresso link below looking at healthy eating.

Use the PDF document Willow Healthy eating plate to make a healthy meal for a superhero.

-Talk about what makes food unhealthy. Sugar to rot teeth, too much salts and too much fat.

Home Learning - 15th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 15th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound IR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write

Click on the file (Willow Hamilton story and Willow writing 15.6.20) below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

 

-Children can have a go at reading some of the words in the story.

-Don’t forget to pinch the sounds and write the sounds you know.

-

Maths

Addition

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions. Put the numbercards away so they are unable to use them for the next activity.

Click on the file (Willow superhero missing number), fill in the missing numbers up to 20.

-Ask the children how they know that number is missing?

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Craft

Watch Miss Brown read Supertato on the Newtown website. Using a potato, can you make your own Supertato?

 

Click on the file (Willow Supertato ideas) for ideas of how it can look.

-How will you stick the materials onto the potato?

Home Learning - 12th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 12th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound AIR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Story writing

Using the PDF document and the Alien that you have created during the week, write a story about your alien going to a planet. Start your story Once upon a time (name of alien) went to … What will your alien do when they are there? Will they see anyone else? Does something go wrong? How is it solved?

-Children can think of anything for their story.

 

Maths

Positional challenges

Using the PDF document choose a couple of positional challenges to solve with your grown up.

-Using the languages for both position and direction

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Music and dance

Using the espresso link, listen to alien worlds music clip. Think about the alien you have created and whilst listening to the piece of music move how your alien would move.  Children can then act out their story they created in their writing.

-Think about how you would move if there wasn’t much gravity or no gravity at all.

-Have fun!

Home Learning - 11th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 11th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound OR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page in the learning pack. Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box. These words are polysyllabic, these words the children can break up, read the first part and then read the second part and put the 2 together.

For example (s – a- n-d sand p-i-t pit sandpit)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

Maths

Directional language

Using the PDF documents children to get the penguins safely to the Islands without getting caught by the whale or shark.  Children to point or draw lines on the paper and then using directional language to explain the route.  “Penguin moves forward 1 square and left 4 squares”

-Recap the directions from yesterdays planning.

-Have a quick game of moving in the directions to recap. For example ask the child to move forward 2 steps, right 3 steps, left 1 step, backwards 4 steps.

Basic skills

Number one more/one less

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

-

Topic work

Learning about space

Watch the espresso video (link below) about what it would be like to go to the moon.  Recap on what it was like to live on the space station. Talk about what is similar and what is different.  Discuss how the moon still has gravity but there is less on the moon and that is why the astronauts don’t float away but still walk in a strange way.

- Use the vocabulary gravity to explain why in the space station they would float when there wasn’t any gravity but on the moon there is a small amount of gravity to stop them from floating away.

Home Learning - 10th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 10th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound AR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Write using your phonic knowledge.

Using the Alien wanted poster PDF file, children to think about the alien they created yesterday to write a Wanted poster about the alien.  The children can think of a name for their alien (You could use alien words that we use in Phonics), where the alien is from (choosing a planet from our solar system), describe what the alien look likes, what job would it have and what it likes and doesn’t like.

-Use your phonic knowledge to write the words

Maths

Directional/

positional language

Adult to hide a toy around the house, thinking about what the positional language could be.  This time adult to direct the children to the toy using the language forward, backward, left and right.  For example: Walk forwards 5 steps, 2 steps right, etc til they get to they toy.  Swap over for the child to hide the toy and to direct the adult to the toy.

(attached is a page with directional language)

 

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Alien masks and role play

Using paper or paper plates design and make your own alien mask, think about where the eye holes should be to be able to see. What will you use to tie the face mask on? (If you have no string you could use strips of paper) Once you have made your mask, pretend you are in your spaceship and flying around, where will you land? What will you see? What will you do on the planet?

(Attached is a PDF document of alien masks as support)

-Think about how big the mask needs to be to cover your face.

-How will you cut out the eyes (adults to support cutting)

-Role play – think about how your alien may talk, does it have a funny voice? How does it move? What will you use for your spaceship?

 

Home Learning - 9th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 9th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Write using your phonic knowledge.

On the Newtown website watch Miss Brown read the story “Alien’s love Underpants”. Using the PDF document design your own alien.  Label the different parts of the alien such as eyes, legs, hands etc.

-Use your phonic knowledge to write the words

Maths

Positional language

Use the PDF documents, children to point to where the alien would need to go on the picture.  If you are able to print the documents children can draw where the alien would go.

-Children to use language to say where the alien is.

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Planet craft

Using the PDF document have a look at the different planet crafts, have a go at one of these.  This could be as simple or as intricate as you would like.  If allowed take a photo and send them to Miss Brown via email or put onto the Blog.

-Think about how you will stick the different parts together and why.

Home Learning - 8th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 8th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write tricky words

Watch the youtube video (link below) to practice the tricky words. Using the PDF document find the different tricky words that are hidden in the picture.  If you are able to print the picture, you can colour it in.

-After practicing the words see if they can write the words from memory in their orange books.

Maths

Positional language

Choose a favourite teddy, hide the teddy for the children to find, when the children have found the teddy, they say where the teddy was using positional language.  “The teddy is under the cushion.” Hide it in lots of different places, get the children to hide it as well and they have to explain to you where they have hidden it for you to find.

-Use language: in front of, behind, next to, in, under, on top of, in between.

Basic skills

Number one more/one less

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

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Topic work

Learning about space

Watch the espresso clip learning about the solar system. Can the children remember any of the different planets that are in the solar system.  Maybe have a go at acting out the earth orbiting the sun, maybe the grown up could be the sun in the middle with a torch and the child orbiting around the sun, whilst turning themselves.  If there is someone else maybe they could be the moon going round the earth.

- Use the vocabulary – planets, sun, star, solar system, moon, orbit

- Explain that our sun is a type of star, and all the planets go round the sun at different speeds in an orbit.

Home Learning - 5th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 5th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound OW.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Story writing

Using the PDF document write the story of “Whatever Next”, challenge the children to write as much as they can remember of the story. (Once upon a time Baby Bear found a rocket and went to the moon.) Children to then draw a picture of Baby Bear on the moon.

-Rewatch Miss Brown reading the story of Whatever Next to remind the children of the story.

-Children to use their phonic knowledge to write words.

Maths

Time problems

Using the PDF document choose a couple of time problems to solve with your grown up. After solving a couple of the problem can the children count how many different ways you can tell the time? Example (seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks etc)

-After solving a problem ask the children how they came up with their answer. (How do we know Anton’s favourite season is…?)

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Music and dance

Using the espresso link, listen to a couple of the pieces of music.  Imagine the children have landed on the moon or are on the Space Station like Tim Peake, how would they move to the music if they were on the moon or on the soace station.  With the movements be different with the different pieces of music? (Don’t use the alien music as that will be next weeks learning)

-Think about how you would move if there wasn’t much gravity or no gravity at all.

-Have fun!

Home Learning - 4th June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 4th June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound IGH.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page in the learning pack. Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box. These words are polysyllabic, these words the children can break up, read the first part and then read the second part and put the 2 together.

For example (s – a- n-d sand p-i-t pit sandpit)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

Maths

Time

Using the link below, children to have a go at making their own clock.  Can the children remember how to make an o’clock time? Use the PDF document, can the children make the different o’clock times on their own clock.

-Remember to write the numbers using the formation we use at school rather than the one in the video.

Basic skills

Number one more/one less

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

-

Topic work

Learning about space

Watch the espresso video (link below) about what it is like to live in a space station.  Remind the children that this video was filmed a couple of years ago and that Tim Peake is now back on earth.  How was Tim Peake able to float around the Space Station? Ask the children if they would like to live in space and why?

- Use the vocabulary gravity to talk about why Tim Peake is floating and how we don’t float on the earth.

Home Learning - 3rd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 3rd June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound EE.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Write using your phonic knowledge.

Using the rocket PDF document, label the different parts of the rocket.

-Use your phonic knowledge to write the words

Maths

O’clock times

Watch the telling the time youtube video on the o’clock times.  Look at Baby Bear’s day PDF document and find the o’clock times to match.

-Remember when the long hand points to the 12 it is an o’clock time.

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Drawing

Use the link below to watch the artist draw a space rocket.  Remember to pause the video whilst your drawing so it doesn’t go too far ahead. If allowed send your finished drawings to my email account or on the Blog.

- Remember to take your time, but to have fun.

Home Learning - 2nd June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 2nd June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to recap the sound AY.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Write using your phonic knowledge.

On the Newtown website watch Miss Brown read the story “Whatever Next”. Talk about what Baby Bear took to the moon for his picnic.  Using the PDF document write a list of what you would take to the moon with you if you were having a picnic on the moon.

-Use your phonic knowledge to write the words

Maths

Finding time around the house

Go on a hunt around the house to find different types of time.  Where did you find them? Did they all look the same? What was similar about them, what was different? Perhaps you could take a photo of the different types of time around your house.

- Look carefully as there might be time shown where you wouldn’t expect it.

-Somethings might show time in a different way, for example a calendar or diary.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Creating a rocket

Using junk modelling materials, have a go at making a rocket.  Think about what the rocket needs for example: wings, rocket launchers etc

The youtube video below gives an idea of how you could make it, but you do not have to use it and you can make your own.

-Think about what you will use to stick

Home Learning - 1st June 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 1st June

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound OY.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read and write tricky words

Using the words “I, the, to, you, they, my, we.”

Adult write the tricky words on paper twice and cut them into separate words, lay them on the table or floor mix them up and turn them over so they are face down (make sure you can’t see the words through the paper).  Children to turn the words over 2 at a time to find a matching pair.  Read the words as you turn them over.  Once the children have found all the matching pairs children to write the words in their orange book.  Remember to write the last time from memory.

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

Times of the day

Using the PDF documents, look at the day and night backgrounds. Ask the children what time of the day is this? Look at the picture cards with the questions, you can either print them out, cut them up and put them on the right background (Day or Night) or if you are unable to print discuss the question and children to point to the background.

-Ask them how they know it is night time or day time.

- Discuss if they know any animals that are awake at nighttime when we are sleeping. (nocturnal animals)

Basic skills

Number one more/one less

Order numbercards 0-20. Ask one more/one less questions.

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Topic work

Learning about space

Watch the espresso video about space.  Ask the children what they already know about space.

- Use the vocabulary – planets, sun, star, solar system, moon, orbit

- Explain that our sun is a type of star, and all the planets go round the sun at different speeds in an orbit.

Home Learning - 22nd May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 22nd May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound OU.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Using their phonic knowledge to write about something they know.

Using the Goldilocks page in the Learning pack children to write as much as the story as they can. Once upon a time has already been written, children to carry on writing from this (don’t need to rewrite Once upon a time) and then complete the sentence.  Challenge the children to write as much about the story as they can.

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to solve word problems using skills they have learnt

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more and one less questions. What is one more than 14? What is one less than 17? Etc Using Word Problem Friday page, children to answer the different questions about addition and subtraction.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Remind the children to read the problem carefully to solve the answer.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Watch a couple of GoNoodle songs, use the channel Koo Koo Kanga Roo

 

Home Learning - 21st May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 21st May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound IR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page in the learning pack. Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box.

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

Maths

Number bonds to 10

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Use 10 counters from your bag, and 2 bowls.  Separate the counters in different ways to find all the different ways you can make 10. Use the number bond rainbow page in the learning pack, colour the rainbow and write all the ways of making 10.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Read the number sentences after completing them.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Drawing link of how to draw a bear

 

Home Learning - 20th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 19th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound OR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Writing using their phonic knowledge

Recap on the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears from the TTS booklet to the children. Using the Goldilocks page in the learning pack, put the pictures in the correct sequence of when they happen in the story and write a short sentence about the picture.

-Remember to use the sounds you know.

Maths

Counting back to take away

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Children to choose a number from their numberline between 0-10, get some counters that is lower than the amount on the number card. Count how many counters they have collected.  Starting at the number on the card children to count the counters backward to come up with their answer, say the number on the card before counting backwards.  (9 – number on card, 8, 7, 6. 9 – 3 = 6)

Complete the subtraction page in your learning pack.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Use the number line to support subtraction

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Home Learning - 19th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 19th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound AR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Writing using their phonic knowledge

Grown up, read the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears from the TTS booklet to the children. Using the Goldilocks page in the learning pack, children to fill in the boxes.

-Remember to use the sounds you know.

Maths

Counting on to add

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Children to choose a number from their numberline between 0-10, once they have done this children to grab a handful of counters (not knowing how many they have), count how many counters they have picked up.  Add the number from the numberline and the amount of counters together to find the answer.  Start from the number found in the numberline and carry on counting the counters to find the answer, write the number sentence in the book. (5, 6, 7, 8. 5 + 3 = 8)

Complete the addition page in your learning pack.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Use the number line to support adding

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Watch the BBC Bitesize clip of Where do plants grow best? From the link below.  Have a look at how well your cress has grown.

 

Home Learning - 18th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 18th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to spell tricky words

Watch the tricky word youtube video.

Using the words “I, the, he, she, we, me, be, you, was, they, are.”

Adult write the tricky words on paper and hide round the house, children to hunt for the tricky words. Once they have found the word children to write it in their books. Once all the words are found practice writing them twice in their books

Complete tricky word page in learning pack.

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

Counting objects to 20. One more/one less questions

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more/one less questions. Complete counting sheet in learning pack, once counted all the objects ask questions such as what is one more/one less than…, what would the Mummy Bear’s and Daddy Bear’s be when added together?

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Use the number line to support adding one more/one less.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Home Learning - 15th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 15th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Using their phonic knowledge to write about something they know.

Using the Gingerbread man page in the Learning pack children to write as much as the story as they can. Once upon a time has already been written, children to carry on writing from this (don’t need to rewrite Once upon a time) and then complete the sentence.  Challenge the children to write as much about the story as they can.

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to solve word problems using skills they have learnt

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more and one less questions. What is one more than 14? What is one less than 17? Etc Using Word Problem Friday page from the learning pack, children to answer the different questions about addition and subtraction.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Remind the children to read the problem carefully to solve the answer.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Watch a couple of GoNoodle songs, use the channel Koo Koo Kanga Roo

 

Home Learning - 14th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 14th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound OW.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page in the learning pack. Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box.

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

Maths

Number bonds to 10

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Use 10 counters from your bag, and 2 bowls.  Separate the counters in different ways to find all the different ways you can make 10. Use the number bond rainbow page in the learning pack, colour the rainbow and write all the ways of making 10.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Read the number sentences after completing them.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Drawing link of how to draw a gingerbread man/woman

 

Home Learning - 13th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 13th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound IGH.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Writing using their phonic knowledge

Recap on the story of the Gingerbread Man from the Learning pack to the children. Using the Gingerbread man page in the learning pack, write a short sentence about what is happening in each picture.

-Remember to use the sounds you know.

Maths

Counting back to take away

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Children to choose a number from their numberline between 0-10, get some counters that is lower than the amount on the number card. Count how many counters they have collected.  Starting at the number on the card children to count the counters backward to come up with their answer, say the number on the card before counting backwards.  (9 – number on card, 8, 7, 6. 9 – 3 = 6)

Complete the subtraction page in your learning pack.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Use the number line to support subtraction

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Home Learning - 12th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 12th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound EE.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Writing using their phonic knowledge

Grown up, read the story of the Gingerbread Man from the Learning pack to the children. Using the Gingerbread man page, design your own gingerbread man/girl and label the different parts of it’s body.  Have a go at adding other labels such as eyes, mouth etc.

-Remember to use the sounds you know.

Maths

Counting on to add

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Children to choose a number from their numberline between 0-10, once they have done this children to grab a handful of counters (not knowing how many they have), count how many counters they have picked up.  Add the number from the numberline and the amount of counters together to find the answer.  Start from the number found in the numberline and carry on counting the counters to find the answer, write the number sentence in the book. (5, 6, 7, 8. 5 + 3 = 8)

Complete the addition page in your learning pack.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Use the number line to support adding

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

 

Choose a challenge from the inspiration page at the back of the learning pack.

 

Home Learning - 11th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 11th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner in the learning pack to recap on the sound AY.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to spell tricky words

Watch the tricky word youtube video.

Using the words “I, the, he, she, we, me, be, you, was, they, are.”

Adult write the tricky words on paper twice and cut them into separate words, lay them on the table or floor mix them up and turn them over so they are face down (make sure you can’t see the words through the paper).  Children to turn the words over 2 at a time to find a matching pair.  Read the words as you turn them over.  Complete tricky word page in learning pack.

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

Counting objects to 20. One more/one less questions

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more/one less questions. Complete counting sheet in learning pack, once counted all the objects ask questions such as what is one more/one less than…, what would the pigs and dogs be when added together?

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Use the number line to support adding one more/one less.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

 

Look at Miss Brown’s latest Blog on the website. Talk about what has happened and who it could be.

 

Home Learning - 8th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 8th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to learn the sound air

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Using their phonic knowledge to write about something they know.

Using the PDF file children to write a sentence about the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, Once upon a time has already been written, children to copy this into their orange book and then complete the sentence.  Challenge the children to write as much about the story as they can.

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to solve word problems using skills they have learnt

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more and one less questions. What is one more than 14? What is one less than 17? Etc Using Word Problem Friday PDF document, children to answer the different questions about height and length.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Remind the children to read the problem carefully to solve the answer.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

VE Day

 

 

VE Day learning: Have a look at the VE day PDF document.  Talk about how it is important to say Thank you to people who look after us.  Discuss the soldiers and talk about how there are many keyworkers looking after us at this very difficult time.

 

Using the link below have a go at drawing a union jack flag.  You could make a number of these and make them into bunting to hang in your house somewhere.

 

I would love to see your VE day celebrations, send photos either via email or through the Blog.

-Have fun…

 

 

PE Joe Link: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Flag link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWEspSdCuew

 

Home Learning - 7th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 7th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below to recap the sound AR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page (word document down below). Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box (if you can print). (Children to point to the pictures that match the word if unable to print)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

-If they are finding the first couple of words easier encourage them to read Fred in their Head.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to double and half numbers up to 10.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Measuring your cress.  After planting the cress yesterday on the cotton wool, over the next couple of days the cress will start getting taller. Find a place to put the cress where it is getting enough light but where you can stick a piece of paper next to it to mark how tall it has grown.  Each day draw a line of how tall it has grown, using lego bricks build a tower to the line it has grown to and count how many bricks tall it is next to the line you’ve drawn.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to count counters to find their answer

-Children to make sure for both doubling and halving the same amount of counters are on both sides of the ladybird.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

Junk modelling

Using tubes (can be inner toilet roll tubes) have a go at making a junk model flower.  How will you make the leaves and the petals? Take a picture of your flower and either send it to Miss Brown’s email or on the class Blogs.

-Think about how you will connect the different parts of the flower to the tube.

Home Learning - 6th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 5th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below to learn the sound AR.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to write using phonic sounds.

Re-read the story of Jack and the Beanstalk from the PDF document below.  Talk about whether you think Jack was a good character or a bad character? Do you think it was kind of Jack to go into the Giant’s castle and steal his things? Using the Jack page on the PDF document write a sentence about whether you think Jack is a good character or bad. (For example: Jack is good because they needed the money. Or Jack is bad because he stole the golden harp)

-Remember the chi will write using the sounds they can hear. 

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

Ordering by height and measuring using blocks.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20. Find 3 different toys and put them in order. Using lego blocks or construction blocks measure how tall each of the toys are.  Can you make a house that is big enough for all 3 toys to fit in?

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Talk about which toy is the tallest and shortest.

-What do they notice about the amount of blocks that they used for the tallest toy to the shortest toy.

 

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Planting cress seeds

Watch the youtube video of how to grow cress seeds.  Using cotton wool, a container (doesn’t have to be an egg cup) and the cress seeds.  Keep on watching the cress seeds everyday to watch them grow. Can they see the roots as they grow, the stems and the cress leaves at the top.

 

PE Joe Link: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Topic link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wc_X6dOEtO0

Home Learning - 5th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 5th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Learning about Fairytales

Read the story of Jack and the Beanstalk from the PDF document. Talk about the characters in the story, who are the good characters and who is the bad character.  Write labels to match the pictures on the PDF writing document.

-Whilst reading the story, stop to ask what they think is going to happen next.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Look at the beanstalks on the PDF document, can the children talk about each beanstalk.  Which one beanstalk is the tallest? Which one is the shortest? (If you are able to print out) Can they put them in order, (if you can’t print out) children to point to the beanstalks in order starting with the shortest and getting taller.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Growing

Watch the video on the espresso page (follow the link) don’t forget to use the login link on the front of your pack and this will then take you to the link after logging in.

Talk about how the plants grow and the different parts of a plant (roots, stem, leaves and petals), can the children remember what Jack planted in the story.  Go into the garden or on your daily walk see what plants you can see.

-Talk about how plants need both sun and rain to grow and the roots drink the water to help it to grow.

Home Learning - 4th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 4th May

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to spell tricky words

Using the words “I, the, he, she, we, me, be, you, was, they, are.”

Adult write the tricky words on paper and hide round the house, children to hunt for the tricky words. Once they have found the word children to write it in their books. Once all the words are found practice writing them twice in their books. Rewrite the words once more from memory.

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to measure using string

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Measuring using a piece of string.  Stretch out your arms and cut a piece of string that is the same size.  Go around your house and find things that are longer than your string, and things that are shorter.  Make a grid in your book with the titles at the top “Longer” and “Shorter” write or draw the different things you found that were longer and shorter.  Remember to say the sentence e.g The sofa is longer than the string.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Long is horizontal, tall is vertical

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

Learning about friendship

I know as the weeks are going by children are missing their friends. Look at the BBC Bitesize videos on the link below.  Children to discuss who their friends are and why.  Children to draw a picture and write a message to their friends.  Either send them to Miss Brown via email and I can put them on the website or post them onto the Blog for your friends to see.

-talk about what makes a good friend.

-talk about how they can be a good friend to others.

Home Learning - 1st May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 01.5.20

As part of your weekly shop, please buy a packet of cress seeds for next weeks learning.

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sounds they have learnt

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Using their phonic knowledge to write about something they know.

Using the PDF file children to write a sentence about the story of The Three Little Pigs, Once upon a time has already been written, children to copy this into their orange book and then complete the sentence.  Challenge the children to write as much about the story as they can.

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to solve word problems using skills they have learnt

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more and one less questions. What is one more than 14? What is one less than 17? Etc Using Word Problem Friday PDF document, children to answer the questions.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Remind the children to read the problem carefully to solve the answer.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

PE

Using a ball go into the garden or find a big enough space in the house and pass the ball to each other.  Throw, roll and kick the ball to each other. Put some obstacles in the way of the ball in a row, like 4 cushions etc can the children weave the ball in and out of the cones (whatever your obstacle is).

-Have fun…

-Remind chi to look at the ball as it comes towards them.

Home Learning - 30th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 30.4.20

As part of your weekly shop, please buy a packet of cress seeds for next weeks learning.

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below to recap the sound igh.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page (word document down below). Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box (if you can print). (Children to point to the pictures that match the word if unable to print)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

-If they are finding the first couple of words easier encourage them to read Fred in their Head.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to double and half numbers up to 10.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Using the ladybird and counters.  Children to get 2 counters from their pack and put them on one side of their ladybird, ask the children to double the number.  Children need to put the same amount of counters on the other side.  What is double 2? “Double 2 is 4” Repeat with numbers up to 5.

Explain that they are now going to halve the numbers, children to put a line of 8 counters underneath the ladybird, halve the counters onto each side of the ladybird. What is half of 8? “Half of 8 is 4” Repeat with numbers 10, 6,4,2

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to count counters to find their answer

-Children to make sure for both doubling and halving the same amount of counters are on both sides of the ladybird.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

Exploring materials

Look back at the list of materials you used for floating and sinking.  Thinking back at how the Three Little Pigs built 3 different houses using different materials, 2 that got blown down and 1 that survived.  Think about what materials you would use to make a boat.  2 materials that won’t work for a boat and 1 material that would work as a boat.  Using that 1 material that would work have a go at creating a boat that would float in a bowl of water.  If you would like to create a boat with the 2 materials that wouldn’t work as well.

 

Home Learning - 29th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 29.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below to recap the sound AY.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to write using phonic sounds.

Re-read the story of The Three Little Pigs from the PDF document below.  Using the Wanted poster PDF document, children to write descriptions for the Big Bad Wolf to make a Wanted poster.  (The wolf has big ears.  The wolf has a fluffy tail. Etc)

-Remember the chi will write using the sounds they can hear. 

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to count backwards to find the answer.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Using 10 counters from your pack, choose a number from the numberline.  Get that many counters and put them in a group, then choose a small number from the pack and count backwards as you move those counters away from the group. (For example chosen number 8, 8 counters in the group, then a small number like 3, as they move the counters away from the group… “7,6,5” the answer is 5.) Write the number sentence on the squared paper, repeat a couple more times. To make it more challenging use counters up to 15.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to count counters to find their answer

-Write 1 number per square on their squared paper.

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the TTS booklet page 44 and 45, children to write letters in their orange book following the letter formation.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Exploring materials

Use the topic link below to look at the different materials that float and sink.  Fill a big bowl of water and find objects around the house (ones that you don’t mind getting wet) and experiment with what objects float and which ones sink.  In the Orange book write a list of the objects you have used and make a grid that was in the video to say which objects float or sink.

 

Home Learning - 28th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 28.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Learning about Fairytales

Read the story of The Three Little Pigs from the PDF document. Talk about the characters in the story, who are the good characters and who is the bad character.  How do we know the wolf is the bad character? What did the pigs make their houses out of? Which house was the best and why? In the orange books children to write a list of the materials the pigs used to build their houses using their phonic knowledge.

-Whilst reading the story, stop to ask what they think is going to happen next.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Using 10 counters from your pack, put a small amount of counters into a cup, tell the children how many you put in the cup and explain you’re going to carry on counting whilst putting more counters in 1 at a time.  (For example- put 3 counters in a cup, add 4 more “4,5,6,7”) Write the number sentence on your squared paper, (3 + 4 = 7) To make it more challenging use counters up to 15.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Construction

Using building bricks to make a house for the 3 little pigs, or you can make the house bigger using boxes. Children to think about how can they make their house strong enough so the wolf won’t blow it down.

 

Home Learning - 27th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 27th April

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound OO.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to spell tricky words

Copy Set 3 tricky words: you, they, all, are, my, her. Into your book and practice writing these words 2 more times.  Write a sentence using the word “My” at the start. (eg My eyes are blue) Then another sentence using the word “They” at the start. (eg They went to the …)

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more/one less questions.

Shuffle the numbercards up and turn them facedown on the table, using the counters and a cup. Choose a numbercard from the table, children to carefully count that amount into the cup. When they have reached the number, ask what would 1 more or 1 less than that number would be.  Repeat with different numbers.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

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Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

Learning about materials

Using the TTS booklet page 15 “Feely bag”, find objects from around the house and conceal them in a bag.  Children to put their hand in the bag and without taking the object out, talk about what they can feel, using words to describe the object. (soft, hard, squishy, big, small, cold, warm etc) Can the children then guess what their object is before taking it out of the bag.

-What other words could they use for big, small etc

-Put all the objects that have similar attributes together to sort out the objects.

 

Home Learning - 24th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 24.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the AY sound they have learnt

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Using their phonic knowledge to write about something they know.

Using the PDF file children to write a sentence about the story of Cinderella, Once upon a time has already been written, children to copy this into their orange book and then complete the sentence.  Challenge the children to write as much about the story as they can. (Once upon a time there was a girl called Cinderella. Etc)

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to solve word problems using skills they have learnt

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more and one less questions. What is one more than 14? What is one less than 17? Etc Using Word Problem Friday PDF document, children to answer the questions, if able children can use objects and water to help solve the answers.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Remind the children to read the problem carefully to solve the answer.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

PE/music

Recap on the story that was read this week, talk about how at a Ball Cinderella and the Prince would have danced to music.  Put on your favourite piece of music and create your own dance for the Ball.

-Children to think about different moves for their dance.

Home Learning - 23rd April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 23.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sound OW.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page (word document down below). Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box (if you can print). (Children to point to the pictures that match the word if unable to print)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

-If they are finding the first couple of words easier encourage them to read Fred in their Head.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

Learning about capacity and using the correct language.

Sizes of containers.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20. Use a large bowl or bucket and fill with water, either do this in the garden or put a waterproof material under the bucket to protect what it is on. Use different objects like cups and bottles, children to explore filling the different containers with water. Recap the different language used (full, empty and half full). Use 3 different sized containers, a small cup, larger mug, plastic bottle etc, using a much smaller cup (could be an egg cup) the children will count the egg cups of water into each container until it is full. In the orange book write a list with the containers and how many egg cups it took for it to be full. (eg Small cup 2, Mug 5, Plastic bottle 10) Discuss what they notice about the numbers as the containers get larger the amount of cups get were more.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Try to make sure each egg cup has the same amount of water in it when pouring into the container.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

What do we use Technology for?

Remind children about the story for the week of Cinderella.  Talk about the different types of technology that you looked at yesterday. How could the Prince contact Cinderella today, what types of technology would he use?

 

Home Learning - 22nd April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 22.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound OW.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Learning about different characters in the story.

Re-read the story of Cinderella from the PDF document below.  Talk about the different characters in the story, talk about which characters are good and which characters are bad.  In the orange book draw a line down the middle, write Good at the top of one side and Bad the top of the otherside.  Children to use their phonic knowledge to write the different characters into the right column.

-Remember the chi will write using the sounds they can hear.  (Cinderella could be written like – Sindrelu, at this age this will be fine)

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

Learning about capacity and using the correct language.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.

Use a large bowl or bucket and fill with water, either do this in the garden or put a waterproof material under the bucket to protect what it is on. Use different objects like cups and bottles, children to explore filling the different containers with water. Discuss when the container has water up to the top, ask the children what do they call it, if they have forgotten remind them it is full, and when there is nothing in it the container is empty.  Ask the children to make the container half full.  Talk about the sizes of the different containers, which container would have the most water in it and why?

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Support the children with the different mathematical language: full, empty and half full.

 

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the handwriting activity zigzag monster letters v, x, w, z.  Children to trace over the letters in the box first before practice writing them on the line.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

What do we use Technology for? Being safe on the computer.

Using the PDF topic document, look at the different types of technology, discuss what you would use the different technology for.  Remind the children about the internet and how we can find out information from the internet using Google, but reminding them about being safe on the computer and if they see something they know shouldn’t be there to tell a grown up straight away.  Google a couple of questions on the internet to find out the answers, (for example: How tall is a diplodocus? How fast can a cheetah run?)

-Remember to talk about being safe on the internet.

 

Home Learning - 21st April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 21.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sound IGH.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Learning about Fairytales

Read the story of Cinderella to your child, talk about the story of Cinderella being a Fairytale and that it was written a long, long time ago and it was read to you when you were a child and when Grandparents were young. Explain that a Fairytale always has “Once upon a time” at the beginning and “They lived happily ever after.” At the end. Recap the story and ask them what happened to Cinderella at the beginning, ask them why wasn’t Cinderella allowed to go to the Ball? What happened at the end of the story?

-Whilst reading the story, stop to ask what they think is going to happen next.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask 1 more and 1 less questions.

Set up the weighing scales again and recap on how when the scale goes down the object is heavier than the object that has gone up. Discuss if the pots are both at the same height it means the objects are balancing and so are the same weight. Find objects around the house that will be balanced, sometimes you might need to put 2 smaller objects to make it balanced with a larger object.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

 

Basic skills

Number formation

Use the TTS booklet page 46 and 47 to look at number formation.  In your orange booklets or on squared paper (if you have some left) practice writing numbers up to 20.

-Make sure the children write the correct way round.  Particular numbers 5, 7, 9 tend to get reversed.

Topic work

Artwork

Recap on the story of Cinderella from earlier, if Cinderella marries the Prince Cinderella then becomes a Princess herself.  Using paper and pens and craft items create Cinderella or the Prince’s crown. If allowed take a photo with the crown on and send it via email.

-Cut the paper in half lengthways and stick together for it to fit round your head.

Home Learning - 20th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Monday 20th April

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound IGH.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to spell tricky words

Using the words “I, the, he, she, we, me, was.”

Adult write the tricky words on paper twice and cut them into separate words, lay them on the table or floor mix them up and turn them over so they are face down (make sure you can’t see the words through the paper).  Children to turn the words over 2 at a time to find a matching pair.  Read the words as you turn them over.  Once the children have found all the matching pairs children to write the words in their orange book.  Remember to write the last time from memory.

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to weigh different objects.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask one more/one less questions.

Using a coat hanger, string and pots to make your own weighing scale.  Tie a piece of string to either side of the coat hanger and at the bottom of the string tie a pot. Hang the coat hanger on a door handle or somewhere where the pots can go up and down. Find objects around the house to put into the pot and notice what happens to the pots.  Discuss when the pot goes down it is heavy and when the pot goes up it is light. Try out different objects and talk about which object would be the heaviest and which would be the lightest.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

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Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

Learning about magnets

Watch the youtube link underneath all about magnets, discuss what magnets will stick to, if you have a magnet on your fridge with the children experiment using the magnet with different objects around the house. Try out putting a piece of paper between the magnet and object and see if you can move the object through the paper, if you have some cardboard see if the object will still move with a piece of cardboard inbetween.

- Use the words magnetic force.

- Remind the chi that not all metals will stick to a magnet.

Home Learning Day 18 - 17th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Friday 17.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sound EE.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

Using their phonic knowledge to write about something they know.

Using the picture of Tiddler, can the children remember the stories Tiddler told when he was late to school. Children to write a sentence about why he was late. (for example, “I was late because I was trapped in a treasure chest by a shark.”)

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to solve problems using doubling.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Set up the shop with the prices, use prices that are under 10 for today’s shop. Have items that are the same prices, 2 objects of each price up to 6p and then 2 with 10p.  Children to buy 2 objects that has the same price.  Do they know how much they need to give without having to add the numbers together.  (Do they remember their doubling numbers up to 6) If the children struggle to remember the doubles, use the ladybird and counters as support for the children.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

-Can children remember what they need to do when they are doubling (adding the same number)

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the handwriting activity one armed robot letters b, k, p.  Children to write the kicking kangaroo without the curl round.Children to trace over the letters in the box first before practice writing them on the line.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

PE/music

Use the espresso link below… don’t forget to use the login link on the front of your pack and this will then take you to the link after logging in. 

This will take you to dinosaur style music, use the top 3 pieces of music (you can use more) children to move round like a dinosaur to the music.  Choose different dinosaurs to move around like: T Rex, Diplodocus (stretching high), pterodactyl (flying wings), velociraptor.

Do the different pieces of music make the children move in a different way?

-Children to think about how the different dinosaurs move.

-Children to think how the music might be different.

Home Learning Day 17 - 16th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 16.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound EE.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” page (word document down below). Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box (if you can print). (Children to point to the pictures that match the word if unable to print)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

-If they are finding the first couple of words easier encourage them to read Fred in their Head.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to use money to buy objects.

Using the numberline to count back to find the answer.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Set up the shop with the prices, use prices that are under 10 for today’s shop. Children will use the counters as pennies again.  Use a bit of paper to make a 10p coin or if you have a real one to use.  The children will use the 10p coin to pay for their items even if the price is less, (ask children) if the price is less what will they need back after paying for the object, they will need change. Children to choose one object and pay with their 10p, using the numberline to help them work out how much change they need, if they have bought an object that is 6p, they start at the number 10 and jump back on the numberline 6 jumps to get to 4.  So they will need 4 counters as change.  Children to write the subtraction number sentence to match. 10 – 6 = 4

Repeat activity.

 

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to use the numberline to find the answers, remembering to count backwards to get to the answer.

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Basic skills

How to have good pencil control

Use pencil control sheet 6 to carefully draw over the lines.

-Children to take their time to draw over the lines.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

History learning about Dinosaurs

Use the espresso link below… don’t forget to use the login link on the front of your pack and this will then take you to the link after logging in.  Listen to how the dinosaurs possibly became extinct and how people find dinosaur bones today.

Using the dinosaur paper in the topic plan booklet children to have a go at drawing a dinosaur. There is a youtube link with a step by step guide to draw a simple dinosaur or the children can do it free hand.

-Remind the children that dinosaurs are extinct and do not live on the planet anymore.

Home Learning Day 16 - 15th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 15.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the word document below, follow the plan to recap the sound AY.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to spell tricky words

Using the words “I, the, to, no, go, he, she, we, me, be.”

Adult write the tricky words on paper and hide round the house, children to hunt for the tricky words. Once they have found the word children to write it in their books. Once all the words are found practice writing them twice in their books. Rewrite the words once more from memory.

-After practicing writing the words once, cover the words to see if they can write the words from memory.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

 

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.

Set up the shop with the prices, use prices that are under 10 for today’s shop. Children will use the counters as pennies again.  Children to buy 2 objects from the shop each time, next to the objects they have bought put the amount of counters that they need to pay for that object. Once they have put the right amount of counters by the objects, children to count all of them together to find out how much both items cost together.  Write the addition number sentence on their squared paper, if you have run out of squared paper use the orange book.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to count counters to find their answer

-Write 1 number per square on their squared paper.

Basic skills

Letter formation

Use the handwriting activity one armed robot letters r, m, n, h.  Children to trace over the letters in the box first before practice writing them on the line.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

History learning about Dinosaurs

Use the espresso link below… don’t forget to use the login link on the front of your pack and this will then take you to the link after logging in.  Look at the different pictures of dinosaurs, can the children remember the name of the dinosaur and remember if they are a carnivore or a herbivore? (meat eater/non meat eater)

 

-Remind the children that dinosaurs are extinct and do not live on the planet anymore.

Home Learning Day 15 - 14th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Tuesday 14.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner that is on the PDF document below, follow the plan and website video to learn the sound AY.

 

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to make the sentence make sense

Using the word document down below, look at the What I did for Easter, page.  Children to write about what they did for Easter, they can talk about if they went for an Easter egg hunt in the garden, how many Easter eggs they had or what was their favourite Easter egg.  Either print out the page or write in Orange book and draw a picture of what they did.

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to carefully count counters up to 20.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Ask 1 more and 1 less questions.

Using your TTS booklet, turn to page 38.  Using objects around the house make your own shop, children can choose what type of shop they can have, whether it’s a food shop, toy shop, clothes shop etc.  Children to write prices for the different objects, keep the prices under 20p.  Use the counters as 1p coins, when the children buy an object they need to accurately count that many counters to give to the shop keeper. (keep prices and objects for the whole week)

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Remind children a price needs the p on the end of the number.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

History learning about Dinosaurs

Watch the video on the espresso page don’t forget to use the login link on the front of your pack and this will then take you to the link after logging in.

Watch the video discussing the different dinosaurs, can the children remember what a meat eater is called (carnivore) and a non meat eater (herbivore).  After watching the video can the children remember some of the names of Dinosaurs that were named in the video?

-Remind the children that dinosaurs are extinct and do not live on the planet anymore.

Home Learning Day 14 - 9th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Thursday 09.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner to recap the sound for the day.

NG sound

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to read simple words

Using the “I can Read” Week 3 page. Children to read the words and find the picture that matches.  Children to cut and stick the pictures into the right box. (If you don’t have scissors available draw a line from the picture to the word)

-Remind children to Fred Talk the words.

-If they are finding the first couple of words easier encourage them to read Fred in their Head.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to double and half numbers up to 10.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Using the ladybird and counters.  Children to get 2 counters from their pack and put them on one side of their ladybird, ask the children to double the number.  Children need to put the same amount of counters on the other side.  What is double 2? “Double 2 is 4” Repeat with numbers up to 5.

Explain that they are now going to halve the numbers, children to put a line of 8 counters underneath the ladybird, halve the counters onto each side of the ladybird. What is half of 8? “Half of 8 is 4” Repeat with numbers 10, 6,4,2

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to count counters to find their answer

-Children to make sure for both doubling and halving the same amount of counters are on both sides of the ladybird.

Basic skills

Recognising 3D shapes

Go round the house finding 3D objects: Can you find a… cube, cuboid, cone, cylinder, sphere, pyramid

-Can the children remember the names?

-Children to count how many corners, sides and faces are on the different shapes.

Topic work

Artwork/Easter fun

Using the eggs that were boiled yesterday, using felt pens or paint.  Each person to decorate their eggs with Easter designs, this could be as simple as Easter spots or stripes, to an Easter bunny or chick.  Use a piece of paper to design your egg first before decorating the egg. Once the egg is decorated put back in the box to use tomorrow.

 

Next part can either be done when the eggs have finished drying or during your Easter Weekend activities:

 

Using the eggs you have decorated you’re going to have an egg rolling competition.  This can be done outside or inside (but if done inside put something on the floor as the eggs might crack…) Using a tray or something hard and flat your going to make a ramp, you could use a box but it must be high enough to have a good angle for the eggs to roll down. Take it in turns to roll the egg down the ramp, put something where the egg has finished rolling to remember where it was.  Talk about whose egg went the furthest, maybe have some prizes for the best roll, the best decorated egg, the egg that has cracked the most and the egg that hasn’t cracked at all.  If Mum and Dad allow, take a picture of the competition and send an email of your pictures to me.  J

-Remember to take your time with your drawing and colouring.

-Have fun!

Home Learning Day 13 - 8th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Willow Class

Day: Wednesday 08.4.20

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

How to keep active

PE With Joe

 

Enjoy some PE time with Joe, adults can join in too if not busy.

 

-Exercise helps our bodies and our minds stay healthy.

-Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  

-Ask the an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

-Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.

-Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.

Reading

How to read and write using your phonic sounds.

Use the daily phonics planner to recap the sound for the day.

QU sound

-Can the children remember the phrase to go with the sound.

-Children to hold the pencil with a tripod grip (perfect pencil pinch) to write their letters.

-Children to Fred talk the words and have a go at Fred in your Head words.

Writing

How to complete a sentence

Using the “What can you see in the jungle?” page from the writing plans. Children to look at what they can see and write a simple sentence, thinking about your fred fingers to go with your words.

-Children to use the sounds they know to complete the sentence, they don’t need to spell the word correctly unless it’s a tricky word from the sets they have in the pack.

Maths

How to order numbers to 20.

How to count backwards to find the answer.

Use the numbercards 0-20 in your pack.  Order numbers to 20.  Using 10 counters from your pack, choose a number from the numberline.  Get that many counters and put them in a group, then choose a small number from the pack and count backwards as you move those counters away from the group. (For example chosen number 8, 8 counters in the group, then a small number like 3, as they move the counters away from the group… “7,6,5” the answer is 5.) Write the number sentence on the squared paper, repeat a couple more times.

-To support ordering numbers to 20, children to start at 1 and count up to the number they have reached.

- Children to count counters to find their answer

-Write 1 number per square on their squared paper.

Basic skills

How to have good pencil control

Use pencil control sheet 5 to carefully draw over the lines.

-Children to take their time to draw over the lines.

-Remember to use perfect pencil pinch.

Topic work

Learning about how things can change.

Discuss the eggs that you have got, explain about the video on Monday.  Ask the children if they think there is a chick in these eggs? Do they know why not? Explain that when the hen incubated the eggs there wasn’t a cockrel on the farm. Crack open on