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8/11/2021

Home Learning week beginning 8/11/2021

 

Monday

Maths

Today we will be looking at addition fact families within 20.

Children to use the link below to practise addition using the part part whole method.

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/partPartWhole/index.html 

 

English

Today we will be collecting words to add to a word bank ready to write a poem about fireworks. We will be using our senses to describe what we see, hear, smell, taste, touch and feel.

Use the following links to help you create a word bank.

https://metro.co.uk/2020/01/01/uk-sees-2020-best-fireworks-london-ever-seen-11984368/ 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBmJz-vtqXg 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NMrKf1Cc8w 

 

Science

This week we will be looking at the seasons. Watch the power point that can be found below. Discuss the changes that happen during each season. Choose your favourite season and draw a picture of it. For example. Making a snowman in the garden for winter. On a beach for summer. Kicking autumn leaves in a park. New flowers and animal babies for spring.

 

Reading

Read your reading book to a grown up and discuss the main characters of the story. What was your favourite part of the story? Can you retell the story in our own words?

 

Tuesday

Maths

Draw a part part whole model and add your numbers ensuring that the whole number is what the two parts added together equal. Use these numbers to write addition sentences. You can also using objects such as buttons and pasta to help you. Make sure your answers equal no more than 10. For example: 

4 + 5 = 9     5 + 4 = 9

3 + 4 = 7     4 + 3 = 9

Write at least five different addition sentences.

 

English

Today you will be using the word bank of words about fireworks to write your poem. Remember to use your senses. For example

Tasty marshmallows

Hot fire

Whizzing rockets

Bright blue sparks

Feeling excited.

 

Handwriting

Using cursive handwriting, practise writing the common exception words which can be found below.

 

Dance

 Can you make up your own dance to the song Firework by Katy Perry?

 

Wednesday

Maths

We would like you to continue creating fact families using part part whole models but with numbers to 20. See Tuesdays Maths. 

 

English

Complete the Bonfire Night writing activity which can be found below.

 

Forest School

 Go out in your garden and collect autumn leaves in different colours. Can you use these leaves to create a collage? You could try to make an animal such as a fox or hedgehog.

 

PE

complete one of Joe Wicks' workouts. Remember to add your activity to your 401 challenge passport.

 

Thursday

Maths

Today we will be doing our number bonds to 10.  Using numbers from 0 to 10, how many different ways can you make 10? For example. 4 + 6 = 10. 5 + 5 = 10.

 

English

Today we will reading the story of The Rainbow fish. Use this link to listen to the story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOnuVm4OrCc

Once you have watched and listened to the story, write some words down that describe what the Rainbow Fish looked like at the start of the story and then at the end of the story.

 

History

Today we will be looking at the role of a monarch. Use the power point below to find out more. Once you have seen the power point, discuss with an adult what the main roles of a monarch are.

 

Handwriting

Using cursive writing, practise writing your first and last name.

 

Friday

Maths

Today we will be doing our number bonds to 20.  Using numbers from 0 to 20, how many different ways can you make 10? For example. 14 + 6 = 20. 15 + 5 = 20.

 

English

Using the words that you collected yesterday to describe what the Rainbow Fish looked like at the start of the story and at the end, write two sentences. 

For example: At the start of the story, the Rainbow fish was.....................................................

At the end of the story, the Rainbow Fish was ............................................because.......................

 

Art

Draw a picture of the Rainbow Fish at the start of the story and then at the end. You can use pencil crayons, felt tips, paints, glitter etc.

 

SCARF

This week we will be looking at what makes us the same and what makes us different. Fold a piece of paper in half and flattened out again. Tell the children to draw two people, one on each side of the piece of paper. They must show in their drawing things that make the two people the same or similar to each other e.g. two eyes, two ears, they may have the same colour trousers on etc. and also things that make them different to each other e.g. one may be tall and the other short, one may be a boy and the other a girl, they may be wearing different clothes, one may wear glasses etc.

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