Make some digit cards with numbers 1 to 20. Turn then face down and spread them out and choose two cards. Write an addition number sentence and use objects or jottings to work out the answer. You could make yourself a part part whole model to help you.
Using a pencil, divide a piece of paper into six equal size boxes. Listen to the The Rainbow Fish story using this link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOnuVm4OrCc
Draw pictures of the story in the correct order.
Watch this link link about seasons. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkvv4wx/articles/zcx3gk7
Discuss the weather in Autumn. Discuss possible weather you might experience during Autumn.
Look at weather symbols. See resources below. Can you match the symbols to the weather?
Copy and paste this link into Google. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRPJeqjbGPI
Practise singing the song and think of some actions to help you remember it.
Using the tens frame worksheet below, solve number bonds to 20. You can write the answers on a piece of paper.
Practise your cursive handwriting by writing out the alphabet.
Copy and paste the link below for this week's PE lesson all about coordination.
If you are able to, go outside and collect some autumn leaves of different colours. Arrange the leaves to create a leaf person.
Use the Star Number Bond worksheet below to find the missing number that makes 20.
Using the Year 1 common exception word mat, practise writing some words using cursive handwriting.
Write down the features of a village.
Print out the word search below. If you are unable to, think of some words that are to do with autumn.
Using the White Rose power point below, write your answers on a piece of paper.
Using the Autumn Writing resource below. Write a sentence to match each picture.
Show the power point below and learn about the artist Piet Mondrian. Write the answers to the power point on a piece of paper.
Go to Go Noodle and choose either a guided dance or mindfulness activity.
Using the number bond challenge below, challenge yourself to answer the questions as quickly as possible using a timer.
Read your reading book to a grown up. Write about your favourite part of the story.
Using paints, colouring pencils or felt tips, create a picture in the style of the artist learnt about yesterday.
What does behaviour mean? - what people do and how they act.
Does our behaviour only affect us? Who else does it affect?
Read the story of Harold the giraffe's bad day, pausing at the relevant points to discuss how he has behaved and who this behaviour has affected.
Explain that Harold’s behaviour affected some of the special people in his life. Who are some of the special people in your life?