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Year 1 – Summer 2 – Week 7

Phonics Topic:
Phase 3/5 sounds

English Topic:
Non fiction

Maths Topic:
Subtraction

Maths Topic:
Science
Plants

Tasks:
Physical Activity
PSHE
RE
Computing


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Friday

Monday

Phonics:

Recap Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds.

Use the videos or the sound mats that you can print off.

Phase 3 Click here

Phase 5 Click here

Login to Phonics Play using the free login details http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

(username: March20 password: home)

Play Tricky words 

Phase 5 Tricky Words + Phase 5 HFW

English:

LO: To interview a family member

We are going to create a non-fiction text about a family member’s job.

How can we gather information about this? We need to interview mums and dads or aunts and uncles.

What question starters do we know?

Watch link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKol8wznKXs

Can you create some questions that will help you find out what they do?

Examples:

What do you do?

How did you train for your job?

How long do you work for?

How do you do your job?

Create 5 questions and ask a member of your family to answer them.

Topic:

Science

Compare the two plants.

Which plant is fully grown?

Which plant is dead?

Why has the first plant grown?

Why has the second plant not grown?

     

Can you find a healthy plant and an unhealthy plant outside? Take a picture of them so that they can stay in the ground.

 

Maths:

Children build on the language of subtraction, recognising and using the subtraction symbol within 20.

The use of zero is important so children know that when nothing is taken away, the start number remains the same or when the whole group is taken away, there will be nothing left.

They will also use the part-whole model alongside practical equipment to reinforce number bonds within 20.

Mathematical talk/questions

How many objects were there at first?

Then what happened to the objects?

How many objects are there now? If Mo ate nothing, what number would we use to represent this? How do we write this as a calculation?

What does the zero represent in this calculation?

If Mo ate all of the biscuits, what number would we be left with?

How do we write this as a calculation?

What does the zero represent in this calculation?

Using the above method, try these questions:

  • There are 24 biscuits on a plate. Hannah eats 8 of them.
  • There are 12 doughnuts on a plate. Hussain eats 4 of them.
  • There are 34 sweets on a plate. Sophie eats 14 of them.

Please print of Maths resources for today.

W.b. 13.07.20 Week 7 Maths Resources

Task: RE:

LO: To understand dishonesty and the importance of being honest.

What does dishonesty/honesty mean? Begin by explaining that honesty may be more than simply speaking untrue words. We can be dishonest by leading others to think something is true that is not.  Sometimes we may make excuses for our behavior. Can you think of a time where you have tried to justify/make excuse for being dishonest? We act as though what we have done or said is not really dishonest, it’s just a little thing.  We may say, “Everyone does it”. Does this make it right?  Not that ‘everyone doing it’ makes it right.

Tell the story of King Mahendra’s Successor from the Hindu tradition.

Go to the word document.

Discuss the story.

What is the moral of the story? What can we learn from it?

Develop the discussion to address the wider meaning of honesty and dishonesty.  Who would you rather have as king? Someone who grew a beautiful plant from a seed not given to them by the king, or the honest man who grew no plant?

Week 7 RE Monday King Mahendras Successor

Tuesday

Phonics:

Recap Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds.

Use the videos or the sound mats that you can print off.

Phase 3 Click here

Phase 5 Click here

Login to Phonics Play using the free login details http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

(username: March20 password: home)

Play rocket rescue- Phase 4

English:

LO: To extend sentences using conjunctions.

What are conjunctions?

Which conjunctions do you know?

and, but, so, because

We use conjunctions to extend sentences.

Let’s look at the first two sentences.

Jack went to university. He wanted to become a teacher.

How can we join these two sentences together?

And or because

We are adding detail to our sentences.

Choose one of your answers from your interview questions. How can you expand it using a conjunction?

Examples

because they wanted to become….

and it is a hard job

but they have fun

Try to expand your interview answers to add more detail.

Topic:

Science

Today you will need to go on a hunt for different plant parts!

Go outside with someone from your family and look for a colourful flower. When you have found one, put it inside a tissue, fold it in half and see the pattern that happens.

Next, find a stem. Again, squash it inside a piece of tissue and then open it out to see the pattern.

Next find some roots. Squash them inside a piece of tissue and then open it to see the pattern.

Next find a leaf. Squash it inside a tissue and see the pattern!

What do you notice? Can you label the parts using the words:

Flower      stem      leaf      root

Maths:

Please print of Maths resources for today.

For the first time, children will be introduced to subtraction where they have to cross ten. This small step focuses on the strategy of partitioning to make ten. Children should represent this using concrete manipulatives or pictorially to begin with. Ten frames and number lines are particularly useful to model the structure of this strategy. Children will move towards using this as a mental strategy.

Using the above method, answer these questions:

  • First there were 14 sweets, then 3 were eaten, now there are _____ sweets.
  • First there were 18 doughnuts, then 8 were eaten, now there are _____ doughnuts.
  • First there were 20 sweets, then 12 were eaten, now there are _____ sweets.

Challenge:

W.b. 13.07.20 Week 7 Maths Resources

Task: PE:

LO: To throw over arm to reach a target with accuracy.

Recap throwing underarm and using the correct stance.

Today we are looking at an overarm throw. Use the correct stance of one foot in front of the other and again your free arm to aim at a target. What is the advantages of using this throw compared to an underarm throw? –  This is more powerful and is better for long ranges.

Wednesday

Phonics:

Recap Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds.

Use the videos or the sound mats that you can print off.

Phase 3 Click here

Phase 5 Click here

Login to Phonics Play using the free login details http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

(username: March20 password: home)

Play Dragons Den-

Phase 5-  a_e sound

English:

LO: To sort facts under different subheadings.

Look at different non-fiction books. These can be found online as well.

What are headings and sub-headings?

What do they tell us?

Our heading for our information page is

‘All about ________’

(The job you are going to talk about)

We are going to have two sub headings

  1. What is it like being a ________?
  2. How do you become a _______?

You need to look at all the information you have and decide which subheading it belongs under.

Is your information talking about what you do on the job. Which subheading will it go under?

Week 7 English Wednesday Subheading Table

Week 7 English Wednesday Interview Recording Sheet

Topic:

Science

Today, you need to go on a leaf hunt! On your leaf walk, see if you can find 20 different shaped leaves.

Which is your favourite colour?

Which one has the most spikes?

Which one feels the smoothest?

Week 7 Wednesday Science Leaf Pic

Maths:

Please print of Maths resources for today.

Challenge:

Amir has 16 apples. Ron has none. Amir gives Ron 9 apples. Who has the most apples now? Explain how you know.

Challenge 2:

W.b. 13.07.20 Week 7 Maths Resources

Task: ICT:

For the past few weeks we have drawn three parts from the Gruffalo story:

Today open up a word document and type at least one sentence for each picture you have done. Can you use a capital letter to start, finger spaces and a full stop for each sentence?

Watch the video again if you need help with what to write:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8sUPpPc8Ws

Thursday

Phonics:

Recap Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds.

Use the videos or the sound mats that you can print off.

Phase 3 Click here

Phase 5 Click here

Login to Phonics Play using the free login details http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

(username: March20 password: home)

Play Reading Robot- Phonics check section 1

English:

LO: To create your information page.

Let’s start with your first subheading.

What is it like being a ________?

How are we going to write your information down? What openers can we use?

Word Bank

Did you know, Interestingly, An amazing fact, Another fact is, Surprisingly,

Example

Did you know that being a pilot is really fun because you get to fly a plane and visit different countries.

Remember to use conjunctions to add details.

Do the same for the second subheading

Topic:

Science

Did you know that grass and trees are plants too? Some people forget these when thinking about plants! Look at the trees in your area.

Can you find a branch?

Can you find the trunk (the fattest brown part)?

Can you find the bark (the bumpy brown outside of the trunk)?

Can you see the roots (these might be hidden under ground)?

Can you see any buds (where the fruit or flowers will begin to grow)?

Can you find the tallest tree in your area?

Can you find the shortest tree in your area? Take a picture of these.

Maths:

Using a number line (0-20)

Calculate:

20 – 8

18 – 6

19 – 4

18 – 2

16 – 6

14 – 10

12 – 6

Challenge:

Please print of Maths resources for today.

W.b. 13.07.20 Week 7 Maths Resources

Task:

PE

Recap kicking a ball. Children to dribble a ball to a certain location and back. Can you get faster? Play with a family member. Who is the fastest?

Friday

Phonics:

Recap Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds.

Use the videos or the sound mats that you can print off.

Phase 3 Click here

Phase 5 Click here

Login to Phonics Play using the free login details http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

(username: March20 password: home)

Go over phase 5 sounds

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

English:

LO: To present your information text

We need to present your work to your family as a news article.

We need to think about performances and how they are effective.

Watch the link and write 4 things that they are doing to make their performances good

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ByAg5aoyAN4

What you need in a performance

  1. Look at the audience
  2. Speaking loudly
  3. Changing their voices
  4. Smiling

Can you use these in your performance?

Topic:

Science

Today you need to create a poster and write down all the information you have learnt about plants from this topic.

Think about all of the plants we have seen: flowers, grass and trees.

Think about all the parts we have learnt: petals, stem, root, leaf, bark, trunk, twig.

Think about some names of plants that you have seen this week: daisy, sun flower, dandelion, buttercup.

Maths:

Challenge:

Challenge 2:

Please print of Maths resources for today.

W.b. 13.07.20 Week 7 Maths Resources

Task:

PSHE

Watch and join in with the following video:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-pshe-believe-with-naomi-wilkinson/zjchd6f

What are you good at? It important to believe in yourself and its ok to make mistakes. Remember just keep trying.

Draw a picture of all the things you are good at

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