Year 1 Tasks

We have received some information from the government that has some really lovely ideas in regard to teaching younger children at home.  Please take a look at the link here

 

Welcome to Year 1's tasks of the day

Can you make a rainbow?  You could use the toys in your house, maybe a rainbow out of your cars?  A rainbow in your window?  A rainbow out of paint?  Use your imagination to make your rainbow and send it to me.  Have a look on our rainbow page for more ideas:  http://www.crackleybank.staffs.sch.uk/rainbows-for-the-nhs

 

We would like you to have a look at this page each day and complete the activities given.  Let us know how you are getting on :-)

 

Half Term 

We hope you have a lovely half-term and stay safe at home :)

We have put together a range of activities you could do throughout the week.  Please click HERE to access our half-term page. Let us know what you got up to. Enjoy!

 

Friday 22nd May

1. Phonics

It's Super Speedy Spellings time! Choose a word from the list below and write it as many times as you can in 30 seconds!! Can you do them all?

many

laughed

because

different

 

2. English

We are learning how to make words plural. Copy the worksheets below into you book, and fill in the missing words to go with the pictures - maybe you could draw some of the animals when you have written the words?

Remember you are choosing whether to add -s or -es to the end of the word :) 


 

3. Maths

Click on the link and have a go at the Friday Challenge - good luck!

 

4. Science

In Science we have been learning about animals. Today we are going to look at 3 new words and learn what they mean:

Carnivore - this is an animal that can only eat meat.

 

Herbivore - this is an animal that can only eat plants/vegetables.

 

Omnivore - this is an animal that can eat both meat and plants/vegetables.

 

Now have a think about some different animals and decide whether they are a carnivore, herbivore, or omnivore. Can you draw pictures of them into a venn diagram like this one below?

Here is an extra challenge for you - what section would people be in? Think about the food you and others eat each day.

 

Have a nice weekend and a lovely half term week :) 

 

Thursday 21st May

 

1. Phonics

In Phonics today we are going to look at the different ways we can spell the /r/ sound. Can you read the words below and then write them yourself - then underline the part that makes the /r/ sound in each word.

write                            ring                          hurry

rug                              carry                         wrap

Can you think of any more words with the /r/ sound? How are they spelled?

 

2. English

Last Thursday we started to learn about making words plural. Copy the worksheet below into your book and decide whether the words need -s or -es to make them plural.

3. Maths

 

4. Music

Look at the picture below - what animals do you see? What noises do these animals make - can you make their sound? Think about the pitch of the sounds as you make them (how high or low the sound is). Which animal has the highest pitch? Which has the lowest pitch?

 

 

 

Wednesday 20th May

1.Phonics

Firstly recap your sounds using the flash cards activity on phonics play.

Today we are looking at the /ar/ sound. Look at the sheet below, write a list of the words in your books - they all have the /ar/ sound!

2.English.

3.Maths

4. Music!

Do you remember looking at the weather for Geography? Well we are now going to get musical with the weather. Watch this video below to see how different sounds can remind you of different types of weather.

Now why don't you try making some weather sounds of your own. What sounds could you make for the following weather...

rain

thunder

wind

hail

Perhaps tip tapping your feet? tapping a saucepan gently? Rubbing your hands together? 

You could sequence different sounds together and send us your music creations!!

Extra:

Why don't you make a shaker to show the rain or hail?

 

Tuesday 19th May

1. Phonics

Today we are going to do some spelling practise, have a go at writing these words - how many can you write in 30 seconds?

hurry

write

smile

fuss

 

2. English

 

3. Maths - Click the link and complete the activity in your books, you can just write the answers in your books.

4. Picture News

You can answer the questions in your work books, you don't have to print any of these activities out :)

5. Athletic skills.

Monday 18th May

1. Phonics

Firstly recap your sounds using the flash cards activity on phonics play.

Today's sound is /oi/ and /oy/. Look at the pictures below and fill in their missing sounds. When you have done this look closely and find the ones that have /oi/ or /oy/

2. English

Over the next couple of weeks we shall brushing up on our comprehension skills. Do you remember when we would read a text, maybe a story, poem or report and then we would answer questions about what we had read? 

Don't forget your skim and scan glasses!

3. Maths


 4. PE - 
Athletics

 

Other options for PE:

  

 

 

Friday 15th May

1. Phonics

Earlier on this week we were learning about the different ways to spell the /ar/ sound. Have a look at the sentences below and see if you can spot the different /ar/ spellings. Could you write your own sentences using some /ar/ words?

The spa makes me feel calm.

That calf has done rather a lot of calm to the garden.

You must rather start to follow the chart.

 

2. English

Remember we started looking at plurals yesterday? Look at the pictures below and write them in your book as a plural - remember you need to decide whether to add -s or -es.

E.g. cat = cats

church = churches

You could draw the jars like on the slide if you like, and write the words in the correct jars!

 

3. Maths

Click on the button below and have a go at the Friday Challenge - good luck!

 

4. Science

We have been learning about different types of animals and their features.

See if you can draw a 'bizarre beast' following the instructions below:

 

Next can you design your own 'bizarre beast' and label its different features? Ask your grown-up to send us a picture of your work - we would love to see what you come up with!

 

Have a lovely weekend! xxx

 

 

 

Thursday 14th May

1. Phonics

Today we are going to look at the /s/ sound. We can spell this sound in several different ways. Write the words below and then underline the part that makes the /s/sound. 

ice                                   sitting                                    scent                                     nose

acid                                 December                             miss                                     scene

Can you think of any more words with the /s/ sound? How are they spelled?

 

2. English

We are going to be learning about plurals over the next few weeks. To make a word plural we add either -s or -es. Have a go at writing these plural words.

3. Maths

 

4. PHSE

We are all in a few different groups - we belong in our family group, we belong in Crackley Bank, we all belong in Year One, we might belong in a club, we might belong to a religious group.

Have a think about the different groups you belong to and the different people who also belong to that group. Now discuss the following questions with your grown-up:

What do you do in the group you are in?

How does being in that group make you feel?

What helps people feel like they belong?

How would someone know you belong to the group?

Now, in your book can you design a class badge for Year One, to show that we all belong?

 

Wednesday 13th May

1.Phonics

Super speedy spellings!!

See how many times you can write each of the words below in 30 seconds. See you can beat your scores from last week.

many

laughed

because

different

 

2.English.

Yesterday we looked at how to order some instructions for making a jam sandwich. But what is your favourite sandwich?

Write a set of instructions telling us how to make your favourite sandwich!

3.Maths

4. PSHE

For PSHE we want to you think about you!! What makes you, you! Have a go at filling in these thought bubbles. 

Talk about it with someone in your house, maybe they could fill one out too. Compare and see what makes the both of you so special :)

 

Tuesday 12th May

1. Phonics

Today we are looking at the /ar/ sound. In your books rainbow as many different /ar/ you can think of. Here are some to get your started.

chart

sharp

carp

lard

 

2. English

Some people like to eat jam sandwiches at tea parties! Below is a set of instructions on how to make one. Can you talk about them with some one in your house and see if you can put them in order, matching them to their steps? You can even try writing them out in your yellow books.

 

3. Maths - Click the link and complete the activity in your books, you can just write the answers in your books.

4. Picture News

You can answer the questions in your work books, you don't have to print any of these activities out :)

5. Athletic skills.

Monday 11th May

1. Phonics

Today's sound is /ar/ find real /ar/ words and write them in your books.

2. English

Your stories last week were fab! Keep sending them to us, we love reading them. 

On Friday it was the 75th Anniversary of VE day, you might have seen your neighbours in their garden having 'tea and cake' or you might have had some yourself with your household! 

Look at the street tea party picture above. Can you write some sentences to describe what you see. Here is one to get you started...

The red wobbly jelly smelled delicious and was next to the juicy strawberries.

3. Maths


 4. PE - 
Athletics

Practise this skill by low spring shuffling for 1 minute, then around the room for 2 minutes. If you can, try it in your garden for 5 minutes. 

Other options for PE:

  

 

 

Well done to our in class gold, silver and bronze achievers - you have been sent a message on Maths Whizz!

Friday 8th May


Remember it is VE Day today.  You will find more actvities on our VE Day page,  click to find out more. :-)
 

1. Phonics

Let's play Quickwrite - write as these /oi/ words as quick as you can in your book!

boy                        coin                       oyster                     toy

boiling                   spoil                       enjoy                      royal

Now choose a few of these words to make up a silly sentence and write it in your book :)

 

2. Literacy

We are recapping our work on conjunctions. Have a look at the sentences below and decide which conjuntion should go in the gap - but or so.

Can you write a few in your book? Maybe you could make up your own sentences with but or so.

3. Maths

Click on the White Rose button below, and have a go at the Friday Challenge - have fun!!

 

4. Science

In Science we have been learning about Animals. Today we will look at animals and their young! Look at these slides and see if there are any baby animals you recognise. Afterwards, choose an animal from each section and draw it in your book, and then draw its baby next to it - can you use the correct name for the baby?

 

Have a lovely weekend! :)

 

 

 

Thursday 7th May

1. Phonics

We are going to look at the /r/ sound today. Have a look at the words below and write them in your book, and then underline the part that makes the /r/ sound in the word. How many different ways can we write that sound?

rabbit                               wrap                          rat

carry                                carrot                        wreck

Can you think of any more words with the /r/ sound? What spelling do they use? 

 

2. Literacy

Remember when we were learning about conjuctions in class? Watch the video below to recap what we learned about using and, but and or and then write your own sentences using each of these conjunctions!

 

3. Maths

Click on the link and have a go at Lesson 4 - adding and counting on within 20.


 

4. Geography

We have been looking at the weather for our new Geography topic. Have look at these weather symbols below and see if you can work out what they mean. Could you draw them in your book and label them? Ask your grown-up to email a picture of your work to us - we would love to see!

Can you spot any of the symbols on this weather forecast map? 

 

Wednesday 6th May

1.Phonics

Super speedy spellings!!

See how many times you can write each of the words below in 30 seconds. 

many

laughed

because

different

 

2.English.

Now that you have made you new character can you write your own story.

"We are going on a _______________ hunt"

3.Maths

4. Geography

Can you remember the four countries of the UK? See if you can remember them before checking the map below.

For Geography we have started looking at different types of weather.How is your weather diary comign along?

To find out about the weather we can watch and listen to a weather forecast. Watch the clip below of a weather forecast and listen out for these words;

Souththunderstormcloudscooling, temperaturefloodingsun

For your Geography task today, see if you can role play your own weather forecast perhaps someone could film it for you and you could send it to us - we would love to see it! 

 

Tuesday 5th May

1. Phonics

Today we are looking at /oi/ and /oy/ Sort the /oi//oy/ words below and write sentences to match.

2. English

Now that you have thought about your new character let's describe them. Remember that describing words are called adjectives. Here are some below that might help you with your sentences.

My sentence: The lion was hairy but he was kind.

 

3. Maths - Click the link and complete the activity in your books, you can just write the answers in your books.

4. Picture News

You can answer the questions in your work books, you don't have to print any of these activities out :)

5. Athletic skills.

Keep practising your jogging!

Monday 4th May

1. Phonics

Today's sound is /oi/ find all the /oi/ words you can see in the phoneme spotter below.

2. English

Well done for writing the story last week, if you want to hear it again then click below.

 

Now then, let's talk about changing this story and brining in our own new character. Some of you were already thinking of this last week. We had ideas such as snakes, sharks and many more! If you can't think of any ideas you can pick one of the animals below.

Once you have chosen an animal then write a fact file about your chosen animal. Use the eemplate to show how to write it in your books.

3. Maths


 4. PE - 
Athletics

Look at the skills poster for jogging. Practise this skill by jogging on the spot for 1 minute, then jog around the room for 2 minutes. If you can, jog around your garden for 5 minutes. Keep checking the skills poster above!

Other options for PE:

  

 

Friday 1st May

1. Phonics

Click on the Obb and Bob game below and decide if the words are real or nonsense!

2. Literacy

Copy the sentences below into your book, and decide what punctuation they need at the end! Do they need a full stop, a question mark or an exclamation mark? After you have done this, maybe you could come up with your own sentences and give them the correct punctuation!

-   I can't believe it

-   What time is it

-   I am in Year One

-   That is amazing

-   Do you like cats

-   I am at home

 

3. Maths

Click on the White Rose button and have a go at the Friday Challenge!

4. Science

Our Science topic is Animals Including Humans. Today we are going to look at different animals bodies, and explore how they are different from or similar to one another.

Look through the slides below, and complete the activities written on them. Maybe you could ask your grown-up to email your work to us - we would love to see!


Have a lovely weekend! xxx

 

 

 

Thursday 30th April

1. Phonics

Read the story below and see how many different ways the /oo/ sound is spelled. Can you write the words you find in your book?

Remember it might be spelled - oo, ew, u-e, ue :)

Literacy

Re-watch the story of 'We're Going on a Lion Hunt' if you like, then have a look at the picture you drew for the end of the story. Can you write the ending for your story?

You will now have written a whole story! Check through your beginning, middle and end and make sure it makes sense. Then show it to your grown up to read. 

You could ask your grown up to take a photo of your story and send to us - we would love to see!!

3. Maths

Click on the picture to watch the video and complete Lesson 4 - Problem Solving.

 

4. Geography

 

Look at the slides below and follow the activities given - have a think about how the weather affects the things we do, what we wear, how we feel. You could make a list of these things for each of the types of weather on the slides!

 

 

Wednesday 29th April 

1.Phonics

Super speedy spellings!!

See how many times you can write each of the words below in 30 seconds. 

house

mouse

trousers

blouse 

 

2.English.

 

Recap the Lion Hunt story. Yesterday we wrote the beginning of the story. Today let's look a the next picture - the middle of the story.

What is happening here? Write the middle part of the story - be careful not to write all the way to end just yet! Check your capital letters and full stops again too!

3.Maths

4. Geography

In your books write us a list of all the different types of weather you know. Look at the pictures above to help you but can you think any more?

Over the next week we would like you to keep a Weather record, look out the window - what do you see? What can you hear? When you for a walk or in the garden - what is it like outside? What does it feel like?

You do not need to print this table out, you can just write each day in your work books and write what the weather was like each day :) 

 

 

Tuesday 28th April

1. Phonics

This week we are looking at the all the /oo/ /ue/ /u_e/ /ew/ sounds.

Fill in the missing words on the grid.

2. English

Listen to story again for 'We are going on a Lion Hunt' by Margery Curler.

Now look back at your pictures and look at what you have drawn for the beginning of the story. Where do they plan to go? What do they take with them? What do they see first? What sounds to they hear? What do they feel? Here are a couple of tasks for English today.

1) Write what happens in the beginning of the story. 

2) Once you have written it, read it back and circle your capital letters and full stops. 

3) Show it to someone in your family - can they read what you have written? 

3. Maths - Click the link and complete the activity in your books, you can just write the answers in your books.

4. Picture News

 

You can answer the questions in your work books, you don't have to print any of these activities out :)

5. Athletic skills.

Can you jog on the spot for 10 seconds, then 30 seconds then 1 minute? Ask a grown up to time you!

 

Monday 27th April

1. Phonics

This week let's look at all the /oo/ sounds such as /ue/ /ew/

How many words can you think of this the different /oo/ sounds? Why don't you use a different colour for each word you write to create a rainbow write in your books? Here is some to get you started.

glue

shoe

few

moon

2. English

We are starting a new story this week, do you remember 'We are going on a Bear hunt' ? Well let's listen to 'We are going on a Lion Hunt' by Margery Cuyler. Send me a message and let us know what you think of the story :)

 

Once you have listened to the story your English task today is to draw three pictures to show what happens in the beginning, middle and end of the story.

Beginning

 

 

 

Middle   

 

 

 

Ending     

 

  

 

3. Maths - click the link below and complete the activity in your yellow books.

 4. PE 

This term we are starting Athletics. We will be covering some of these skills below. Why not try some of these skills and let me know which ones you can do already, you could even send us a video!

Join in with Joe Wicks at 9am for a live PE session, never mind if you miss it you can watch his videos and others by clicking the link. See if he covers any of the skills from our Athletic skills grid.

Last week as a class we were 4th place in the school for Maths Whizz - keep getting those progression!!

Well done to our in class gold, silver and bronze achievers - you have been sent a message on Maths Whizz!

Friday 24th April

1.Phonics

We have been looking at different ways to spell the /oa/ sound this week. Click the button below to play Obb and Bob with different /oa/ spellings. Are the words real or nonsense?

2. Literacy

Yesterday you had an activity about 'Daisy and the Trouble with Life'. Click on the video below to watch the story again if you like!

Then can you do the activity about predicting what might happen next?

3. Maths

Click on the picture below and have a go at the Friday Challenge! You could practise any of the other skills you've been doing this week too if you like :)

4. Science

Look at the slides below to learn about grouping animals in different ways.

Have a lovely weekend! xxx

 

Thursday 23rd April

1. Phonics

Read these words out loud and work out if they are real words or nonsense words. Can you make up some of your own nonsense words with the /oa/ sound?

coat                     soap                  thoak               shofe

bone                    coe                     low                  toe

2. Literacy

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrtjqp3

Click on the link to listen to 'Daisy and the Trouble with Life'. Then, can you sequence what happens in the story? Try and remember the things that happen in the story and put them in order in your books.

3. Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Click on the link to go to Lesson 4 - Finding Half. Then can you draw some shapes and colour in half?

4. Science

Our new Science topic is 'Animals Including Humans', and we will be learning all about different types of animals and how they are similar and how they are different. 

Make a list in your book of as many animals as you can think of, and then think about how any of them are the same. Do they have a beak? Do they have fur? Scales? See if you can group them in different ways.

 

Have a lovely day!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 22nd April 

Today is Earth Day! Don't forget to send your posters in.

1.Phonics

Super speedy spellings!!

See how many times you can write each of the words below in 30 seconds. 

should

would

come

most

 

2.Literacy

Read your reading book today and see if you can write your own questions for someone in your family to try and answer.

Dont't forget that questions need a question mark!! 

?

Here are some ideas for but your questions will need to match the story you have read.

- What did the character find next?

- How many characters are in the story?

- Where did the character go?

- How did the character feel when this happened?

3.Maths

4. History

Do you remember the other week we completed an activity sorting old and new toys? Well here is a picture of one of those toys below. Talk about how it looks with someone in your family. Does it look like one of your toys? Answer the questions about the toy in your work books.

 

Tuesday 21st April

1. Phonics

This week we are looking at the /ow/ sound and how it can also make an /oa/ sound. Look at this advert below, can you spot any of the /ow/ words? Write a list of the words you find in yellow books.

2. Literacy

Read the poem below and complete the questions in your yellow books.

  

 

3. Maths - Click the link and complete the activity in your books, you can just write the answers in your books.

 

 

4. Picture News

You can answer the questions in your work books, you don't have to print any of these activities out :)

 

 

 

Monday 20th April

1. Phonics

This week let's look at the /ow/ sound and how sometimes it can make the /oa/ sound.

Play the cheeky chimps game below to practise this sound.

In your yellow books you could write a list of the words that come up in the game.

2. Reading comprehension.

In class we have talked about Fiction and Non Fiction texts. Remember that Non Fiction is giving us information and is not a story! Have a go at reading this text below, is is fiction or non fiction?

In your yellow books answer the questions below about the text you have just read.

3. Maths - click the link below and complete the activity in your yellow books.

 4. PE 

Join in with Joe Wicks at 9am for a live PE session, never mind if you miss it you can watch his videos and others by clicking the link.

5. This week is Science Week.

I have found you a fun science experiment to found out about melting chocolate! 

How long does it take to melt when left on a plate? 

Does it take longer to melt or go softer in different rooms of your house? 

Click on the words Science Week at the top to take you to the experiment. Maybe you could email us to tell us what you have discovered?

 

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Happy Easter Year 1 from Miss Norton and Miss Jackson

We hope you had a really lovely Easter weekend and the sun has made you smile! It was great to speak to you all on the phone this week and again you have been very busy with your phonics, learning new card games, helping out around the house and garden and writing your own stories! Fab job!

 

Guess what? As a class we got the Maths Whizz Bronze Award again!! Go us!!

Keep logging on and working through your progressions and hopefully we can achieve silver or gold next time!

Well done to our in class gold, silver and bronze achievers - you have been sent a message on Maths Whizz!

This week is all about Easter, 13th April - 17th April 

Throughout the week have a go at some of these activities below and enjoy being together as a family :)

Click the picture link about and read the Easter story! Now that you have read the story can you write a sentence to match the pictures below?

Other writing activities you could do this week;

Write an advert for a new Chocolate Easter Egg.

Write the Easter story as your own book.

Create a recipe for a new Chocolate Easter Egg.

Write a story about the Easter bunny going on an adventure..

Write a thank you letter to the Easter bunny for your treats!

Take a look at the wordsearch below and see if you can find the answers!

Click the picture below for a counting eggs game.

After this game you could make your own Easter egg counting game using numbers up to 20 or even 30! You could use this egg shapes below to help you design the eggs for your game.

Other activities you could do this week

Design a new Easter Egg

Colour an egg

Hide your eggs or teddies and write clues to find them.

Draw pictures of the Easter bunny, Easter eggs or the Easter story.

6th April - 10th April

It was lovely to speak to you and your parents last week hearing all about what you are up to at home - building hospitals out of lego, making rockets for teddy bears, we had some lovely photos of wonderful writing and we can see you are trying hard to achieve those maths whizz awards! 

Did you all recieve your maths whizz stickers? Log on to find out!

This week Year 1 got the Maths Whizz Bronze award!! Let's do this, can we get to silver next week?

Here are this week's activities for Easter week one.

Monday 6th April

1. Phonics

This week let's look at the /oi/ /oy/ sounds. Remember that this /oi/ never comes at the end of a word.

Can you write as many /oi//oy/ words as you can? Here are some pictures to get you started.

2. Literacy

Read your reading book or another book you have at home and write us a review about your book, you can use the template below to show you how to set it out in your work books.

Why don't you email your reviews to us? 

3. Maths

Log in to your espresso then follow the link below to practise a number bonds to 10 game.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item464805/grade1/module736870/index.html

 Fancy a challenge? Why not try the number bonds to 20 darts game?

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item464849/grade1/module736870/index.html

 4. PE

Let's get active. Click the link below to choose one of the Go noodle videos!

Remember our favourite one in class? Banana Banana Meatball!

Tuesday 7th April

1. Phonics

Choose one of the word from the list to match the pictures. Can you draw them in your book and label them with the correct word?

2. Literacy

Can you remember when we changed the characters in the Gruffalo story?

You were all so creative with your ideas!

Think back to the story you made a review of yesterday. 

Today, can you create a new character for your own story book?

Maybe a new princesswizard or creature? Here are some ideas below.

3. Maths

Click on the link above and complete Lesson 3 - comparing mass.

Answer the questions in your work books. 

4. PSHE - Healthy eating

In your workbooks draw a healthy meal and then label the different foods you have drawn.

 

Wednesday 8th April 

1.Phonics

Super speedy spellings!!

See how many times you can write each of the words below in 30 seconds. 

water

children

some

could

2.Literacy

Click on the image and download the e-book to read the Three Little pigs story then in your books answer these questions.

- How many pigs are in the story?

- Who did the second little pig meet?

- What was in the builder's wheelbarrow?

- What was the third little pig's house made from?

- What did the wolf say as he knocked on the houses?

- Fill in the missing words

"Not by the _______ on my chinny, _______. ______! I will not ______ ________ in!"

3.Maths

So who will get gold, silver and bronze place this week? Come on Year 1, get as many progressions as you can!!

4. Picture News

 

Thursday 9th April

 

1. Phonics

Read this section of a story, and see how many /oi/ sounds you can spot! Write them in your yellow book!

2. Literacy

Can you write some questions in your yellow book? Your question could begin with any of the following:

- why

- what

- when

- which

- will

- do

Don't forget to put a question mark at the end!

 

3. Maths

Can you copy these subtraction questions into your books and work out the answers?

4. Music

Click on the link below to play on a fun music game which explores pitch. Pitch is how high or low a sound is. Have a play on the game and see if you can work out which sounds are high and which are low.

https://www.busythings.co.uk/play/?gid=760613&token=69ea983476ead0dd8d6b556fb7b618cef9929c48462604eb8933715eb2a38bcd&activitytag=noisy_highlow

 

Friday 10th April

 

1. Phonics

Click on the link below to play Obb and Bob - can you work out whether the /oy/ words are real or nonsense?

If you need to log in - the username is March20, and the password is home.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/PicnicOnPluto.html

 

2. Literacy

Click on this link to listen to 'The Selfish Crocodile' by Faustin Charles. Afterwards could you tell your grown up what happened in the story?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-NhjfJ_RZI

 

3. Maths

Log into Maths Whizz and see how many progressions you can get!

 

4. Science

Click on the link below to have a go at naming some common flowers in our country. You might have seen some of these around school or near your house.

https://www.busythings.co.uk/play/?gid=760613&token=69ea983476ead0dd8d6b556fb7b618cef9929c48462604eb8933715eb2a38bcd&activitytag=ws_plnt_flowerid_lbl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 3rd April

1. Phonics

Click on the link below to play a fun spelling game. Can you spell the high frequency words?

https://www.busythings.co.uk/play/?gid=760613&token=69ea983476ead0dd8d6b556fb7b618cef9929c48462604eb8933715eb2a38bcd&activitytag=dcp23_messyhighfreq

You could write some of the words in sentences in your yellow book :)

 

2. Literacy

Click on the link below to go to the 'Tell Us a Story' section of our school website, and choose a story from one of our teachers to listen to. 

https://www.crackleybank.staffs.sch.uk/tell-us-a-story

 

3. Maths

We have set a worksheet for you on the 10 Ticks website. Click on the button below and log in using the details in your pack, then go to Year 1 to find your worksheet.

4. Science

Click on the link below to watch a video about what life would be like without any electricity! Then, make a list in your yellow book of all the things we use electricity for each day.

https://learning-resources.sciencemuseum.org.uk/resources/what-would-life-be-like-without-electricity/

 

Have a lovely weekend :-)

 

Thursday 2nd April

1. Phonics

Have a look at the pictures below. Can you work out what /ai/ words they are? Write them into your books. You could even draw your own picture to illustrate each word.

Can you write a sentence with an /ai/ word in?

2. Literacy

Click on the link below to practise writing the letters of the alphabet. You could continue to practise in your yellow book! You will need you 'Busy Things' login for this game - it is in your pack.

https://www.busythings.co.uk/play/?gid=760613&token=69ea983476ead0dd8d6b556fb7b618cef9929c48462604eb8933715eb2a38bcd&activitytag=beepbeep_letters

 

3.Maths

How many progressions will you get today?

 

4. Science

Click on the link below to watch a video about deciduous and evergreen trees. Then, in your yellow book can you write an explanation of which is which?

Remember - evergreen trees are 'forever green!'.

https://youtu.be/B2xF_z31qnE

 

 

 

Wednesday 1st April

1.Phonics  (Complete these in your work books :-)) 

2.Literacy

You will need to log in to your espresso for this one!!

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item1217575/grade1/module1217337/index.html

Follow the link to read the story of Mr Underbed.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item1218025/grade1/module1217337/index.html

Follow this link to take the quiz on the story you have just read!

3. Maths

Can you make 2 progressions today?

4. Art

Can you draw us a picture of your favourite toy? 

It doesn't have to be in colour but if you can crayons or paint you can colour them in.

Can you remember our primary colours? redyellow and blue - try labelling them on your picture!

Enjoy and we shall be back tomorrow! :)

 

 

Tuesday 31st March

1.Phonics

Read the postcard below then in your workbooks write down the words that contain the /ay/ sound.

Now can you use one of the words you have found to write your own sentence.

2.Literacy

Look at the picture below and write some sentences to describe what you can see, what is happening and what might be about to happen.

3. Maths

Log in to 10ticks using your log in details from your pack - I have assigned you a number bond to 10 acitivity! 

4. History

Log in to your discovery account and see if you can sort the toys into old and new

(You have to log in first before the link will work)

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/standalone/activity_html/item459387/index.html?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fcentral.espresso.co.uk%2Fespresso%2Fmodules%2Ft1_toys%2Factivities%2Findex.html&bgcolor=ffffff

After this why not ask your parents - what was their favourite game or toy to play with? How is it different to what you play?

Enjoy and we will be back tomorrow! :)

 

Monday 30th March

Good morning folks - Are you ready for today's tasks? Let's go...

1.  Phonics

Can you think of four words that have the /ai/ sound in? 

 rain, drain,  _______, ________, ________, ________.

Now let's try /ay/ - this sound usually comes at the end of words such as playsaybay

Click the image above to play Buried Treasure with words that contain the /ay/ sound!

2. Literacy

Look at the image below and write a list of everything you can see. When writing a list you need to write a new word on each line. Can you put a circle around any of the words that have today's /ay/ sound?

3. Maths

Click on the image below, it will take you to White Rose Maths. Here you can watch the video for

Lesson 2 - Measure Mass and then answer the questions in your workbooks.

4. PE 

Monday is usually our PE day so let's think back to what we have been learning. Choose one of the activities below to do at home.

If you can, go into your garden  and see if you can travel with a ball from one end to the other. Remember to tap the ball with the side of your foot! How many times can you get from one end of your garden to the other?

 

Can you remember the different jumps we have learned? Let's practise the star jump! How many star jumps can you do in 10 seconds? How many in 30 seconds? How many in 1 minute? You can record how many you do in your workbooks.

 

Enjoy your activities! :)