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Year 1 – Summer 2 – Week 2

Phonics Topic:
Recap Phase 3 and Phase 5 sounds.

English Topic:
Where the Wild Things are

Maths Topic:
Maths Task 

Non-core Topic:
Topic Task

Tasks:
Physical Activity
PSHE
RE
Computing


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Wednesday

Thursday

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 3 Tricky Words + Phase 3 HFW

Phonics Sound Mats

English:

LO: To orally retell the beginning of the story

Children to read the story

Again up until page 20.  Using time adverbials and noun phrases can you tell someone what has happened in the story?

Can you using feeling words to talk about how mum is feeling?

Events to talk about:

What 3 naughty things did Max do?

Where did mum send him?

What happened to his bedroom?

Language features to use:

Time adverbials, noun phrases, feeling words, conjunctions

Use the word bank to help gather language

Topic:

Look at the work of Rodney Rodrigo.

https://www.rodrigosrecycledart.com/biography

http://www.delmarlifestylepubs.com/2016/03/28/hidden-treasures-rodrigos-%E2%80%A9recycled-art/

 He makes sculptures using waste materials and junk.

Collect up some waste or useless items from your own home and turn them into something beautiful.

You could choose an animal, a plant or a shape – anything you like.

The only rule is that you must only use ‘waste materials’. 

 

Maths:

This can be done practically with objects or be drawn.

To challenge children further, use word numbers. For example;

64 ___ 32. Can vary it with using written numbers with objects.

Try and encourage to use mathematical language; more than, less than, equal to as well as using the symbols (<,>, =).

Task: RE:

LO: To investigate the similarities and differences between religions

Look at the PowerPoint ‘Different beliefs’

Look at the similarities and differences of people from different religions.

How do they pray? What do they wear?

Discuss how people are still connected even when they have different beliefs.

Week 2 Different Beliefs

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 3

Phonics Sound Mats

English:

LO: To write the beginning of the story using capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Recap the beginning of the story again using the word bank.

     

     

How could you improve your story? Can you describe what Max is wearing and feeling?

List 3 things that change in Max’s room.

Week 2 English Monday Tuesday Word Bank

Topic:

​Look at the work of Michelle Reader.

http://www.michelle-reader.co.uk/

http://www.michelle-reader.co.uk/gallery/plants-and-flowers/index.html

You are now going to plan an art piece in the style of Michelle Reader.

Your artwork must only use waste materials.

Your art work must highlight the problems with plastic pollution.

Your artwork can be 2D or 3D.

Plan some ideas for a final outcome by drawing some sketches and annotating what materials you will need to make your ideas (ensure the materials are accessible – check with a parent to see what you have in your house or recycling bin)

Choose your favourite idea – you will make this tomorrow.

Maths:

Complete the statements:

70 < ___

___ > 84

___ < 46

___ < 1

0 > ___

___ < 100

Complete the stem sentences and statements.

62 is _______ than 55 but ______ than 70.

Create your own sentences using the above guide.

Task: PE:

Pass the ball to your family member using chest passes. Make sure the ball does not fall to the ground. The person who drops the ball needs to do 10 star jumps.

Complete this 3 times.

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 3 ai sound

Phonics Sound Mats

English:

LO: To plan an alternative setting

Read from page 20 onwards. Where did Max go?

Imagine Max could go on another adventure, where would he go?

Look at the different settings (look at the word document- settings) Which one should he go to? How could you describe the setting? What noun phrases and expanded noun phrases can you use?

Can you describe your setting to someone?

Write your own descriptive sentences about the setting.

Week 2 English Wednesday Settings

Topic:

Refer back to your favourite annotated sketch from yesterday.

Gather the materials you need to make your artwork. 

Begin the making process, refer back to your planning sketch ensuring you follow your plan.

Maths:

Task: ICT

Try to log on to purple mash all by yourself.

Using 2 paint, try to create the Gruffalo using different shapes and tools. If you make any mistakes use the undo button to erase them.

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- Phase 3

Phonics Sound Mats

English:

LO: To plan an alternative adventure

Look at yesterday’s setting. Max is going on a new adventure to a new place.

Think of 2 different activities that he can do.

Party, riding bikes, trampolining, play football, tea party, hot air balloon ride, play hide and seek.

Think about how Max is feeling? How does Max play the game?

Can you tell someone about Max’s activities?

 

Topic:

Continue to work on your final outcome which you started yesterday.

Work until complete.

Extension- Consider how you can display your work? Will you hang it up? Fix it to the wall? Stand it on a table? Will you display it inside or outside? Try out your ideas and see where your work looks best. Take photos of your work in different places, displayed in different ways.

Phonics Sound Mats

Maths:

Get your child to order lots of different objects in your household (e.g. pillows, cutlery, plates, pens, pencils, pots, toys, books)

Get them to order the objects from:

  • smallest to largest
  • largest to smallest
  • Try and get your children to use the language ‘most’, ‘bigger’, ‘biggest’, ‘larger’, ‘largest’, ‘smaller’, ‘smallest’ and ‘least’.
  • Then try and get the children to practise position and ordinal numbers. So this will be language like: first, second, third, fouth…

Examples of what your children could say:

  • The pencil is first, the plate is second and the teddy bear is third.
  • The teddy bear is bigger than the pencil.
  • The pencil is the smallest.

Questions to ask children:

How are we ordering these objects/numbers? Which should we start with? Which is the biggest/has the most? Which is the smallest/has the least? Which number/group comes next? How do you know? How many more/less objects are in group A than group B?

Challenge:

Order the numbers from smallest to largest.

  • 57, 8, 21, 89
  • 100, 76, 90, 19

Complete the missing numbers:

___, 65, 75, ___, 95.

85, 80, 75, ___, ____

___, ____, 22, 24, ____

Task: PE:

LO: Use different throwing techniques to throw to a desired location.

Recap throwing under arm and over arm. Have a competition with a family member. Throw a ball and see whose ball goes the furthest. Quickly run and retrieve the ball. The one who gets back first is the winner.

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 the phase 3 sounds

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNcBWSBxSp0

Phonics Sound Mats

English:

LO: To write your own version of the story

Look at your new setting and Max’s activities. We are going to put them together and write our own version of the story.

Let’s start by thinking of the setting. How can you describe what you see? Use your senses to describe what you see, smell, feel and hear.

Example: long, twisted trees or fluffy small flowers

Now think about the activities that Max does with the monsters. Is he playing hide and seek or building a fort.

Use the word bank to help you.

Can you send a picture of your work to your teacher on PurpleMash

Topic:

Look at your completed final outcome and think about your learning throughout the project.

Answer the following questions:

Does my artwork highlight the problems with plastic pollution?

Have I used only waste materials that I had in my house already to ensure my artwork is helping the environment?

Which of the artists that I studied is my artwork most different from?  Why?

What has this project taught me about plastic pollution?

What am I going to do in the future to help fight plastic pollution?

Maths:

Mathematical talk with the children

Do we need to add more or take some away? How can we represent this? How many tens were there? How many tens are there now? How many ones were there? How many ones are there now? Which place value column changes when finding 1 more and 1 less? What happens when I find 1 more than a number with 9 ones? What happens when I find 1 less than a number with 1 one?

Task: PSHE:

As we grow up, we change and develop in a number of ways including our appearance, emotions and what we like and dislike.

How have you changed since you were a baby?
Draw a picture of a baby, a child and an adult. How are they different? How does a baby move? How does an adult move?

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