Home Learning Tasks
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Friday 27th March
Use the high frequency/tricky word sheet that you have at home (or refer to the reading diary) and with your family create a game of bingo. Choose 6 words of your choice and write them down on a piece of paper. Circle the words on your sheet as they are called out! You can play for a line first and then a full board.
Access: www.phonicsplay.co.uk to play 'Picnic on Pluto'. The children will be familiar with this game. Selected any sounds from Phase 3, 4 or 5.
Use your number cards to make 10 of your own subtraction calculations and write them down on some paper. Subtract a single digit number from a 2 digit number e.g. 27 - 5 = Make sure the biggest number is always first when subtracting!
Using some paper and pens/pencils/stickers/paint you can find in your house, design an easter card and write a kind message inside for your family.
Thursday 26th March
Access phonicsbloom.com, click onto Phase 3 Games, then Alien Escape. Look at the picture and make the word by dragging and dropping the correct letters to spell the word correctly. Think carefully about phonics sounds.
Extension: Try Phase 4 Games- Alien Escape.
Using your number cards, mix them into a random order and choose four cards at a time, putting the numbers in order from largest to smallest, saying the numbers out loud as you place them in order.
Count in steps of 10, from 0-100.
Access this website to perform a mini beast dance https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03g6hf4
Wednesday 25th March
Write a set of instructions for something you have done today... this could be making a sandwich, brushing your teeth, getting dressed, baking a cake etc.
Remember to use capital letters for the beginning of sentences and full stops at the end. Use sequential language (first, next, then, after that) and verbs (get, put, go) to start each instruction.
Use your number cards to make 10 of your own addition calculations and write them down on some paper. Add together a 2 digit number and a single digit number e.g. 27 + 5 = Put the biggest number in your head and the single digit on your fingers, then count on.
(Extension: Make 4 of your own column addition calculations. Remember to add up the ones first.)
+ 2 4 -> 20 + 4
1 3 -> 10 + 3
3 7 30 + 7 = 37
Log onto the VLE and complete one of the Year 1 (Spring 2) Science activities in your garden.
Tuesday 24th March
How did you get on yesterday, re-telling the beginning of the story? Please check that your work makes sense and read aloud using the punctuation to take a breath. Have you used enough full stops?
Write sentences using tricky words (use the sheet provided: I, to, no, go, into, the, we, be, me ). Ensure every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop, Use finger spaces between words and try to use some words to extend your sentences, conjunctions (and, but, because).
Using your number flash cards, sequence the numbers from smallest to largest. Counting out loud as you do this job will help!
Then mix all of the flash cards in a random order and choose four cards at a time, putting the numbers in order from smallest to largest, saying the numbers out loud as you place them in order.
Have a laugh today, performing shake your sillies out on Youtube!
Monday 23rd March
Re-read the traditional tale of your choice.
Have a go at re-telling the beginning of the story using capital letters for the beginning of sentences, names and places, finger spaces and full stops.
Using some paper you can find in your house, make some number flash cards up to 30 (or 50 if you would like a challenge) and cut these out with some scissors. You will need these flash cards for some of the online jobs!
Have a go at sequencing the numbers from largest to smallest. Counting out loud as you do this job will help!
Complete the body coach workout on Youtube today!
Friday 20th March
Read a traditional tale of your choice and spot the adjectives. Can you write a list of adjectives to describe one of the characters?
How did you get on yesterday? Did you find all of the 2D shapes- circle, triangle, square and rectangle?
Today use the 2D shapes to draw a shape picture. You could draw a robot, a rocket, an animal etc.
Draw and colour a rainbow to display in your window.
Thursday 19th March
Verbally re-tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk using vocabulary from the book.
Have a go at writing the beginning of the story using capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and if possible conjunctions (and, but, because) and adjectives (describing words).
Can you find a variety of 2D shapes in your home or garden?
List their properties using the correct vocabulary (sides and corners).
Find a song you love and dance along to it!