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Resources for Home Learning

Year 1 – Summer 2 – Week 4

Phonics Topic:
Phase 3 /5 sounds

English Topic:
The Emperor of Absurdia

Maths Topic:
Time

Non-core Topic:
History Famous People

Tasks:
Physical Activity
PSHE
RE
Computing


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Monday

Tuesday

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 4 Tricky Words + Phase 4 HFW

English:

LO: To orally retell the beginning of the story.

Children to read the story again up until page 7. 

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 the emperor is feeling?

Events to talk about:

What did the emperor do? Who helped him get ready? Where is the emperor going?

Language features to use:

Time adverbials, noun phrases, feeling words, conjunctions

Use the word bank to help gather language

Topic:

History

Who is Tim Berners- Lee? How has he changed the world? How is he different to Steve Jobs? Does he have any similarities with the people you have been researching in history?

https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/Tim-Berners-Lee/626687

Write down your answers.

Maths:

Looking at all three clock faces. What is the same about the hands? What is different about them?

Where will the hour be at___?

Where will the minute hand be at____?

Can you show me_____?

Can you draw the times on the clock below: (see resources for clock templates)

6 o’clock

7 o’clock

8 ‘o’clock

12 o’clock

Task: RE:

LO: I can remember a Christian story and talk about it.

Discuss the different holy books from last week. What Holy Book do Christians refer to?

We are looking at the theme ‘Being hopeful and visionary’

We are going to look at a Christian story that links to this.

Read the bible story ‘The Lost Sheep’

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

This story shows that God is especially loving to ‘Lost Sheep’ or people who struggle to be ‘good’.

Ask questions relating to the story eg. What makes God happy? (When we listen to him and try to do what He says). Ensure children know this is a Christian story from the Bible.

How many sheep do you think the shepherd have?

Why was it important to the shepherd that he found the last sheep? (All the sheep were special, just as we are all special).

Try and ensure children get the idea that the story is really about God (the shepherd) and us (the sheep) and that Christians believe it shows us how much God loves each one of us.

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

English:

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

Recap the beginning of the story again using different language features.

What does the wardrobe monster look like?

Draw the wardrobe monster.

Can you write a paragraph describing the monster?

Topic:

Draw a blank timeline on a paper/whiteboard. Discuss what has happened and is going to happen today. Label on the timeline showing the time and event (keep to o’clock times).

Afterwards, ask questions about the timeline.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkcqn39/articles/z2nbgk7

Create a poster identifying things you can find on the World Wide Web and label them.

Maths:

Draw a blank timeline on a paper/whiteboard. Discuss what has happened and is going to happen today. Label on the timeline showing the time and event (keep to o’clock times).

Afterwards, ask questions about the timeline.

Fill in the times for these events and write them in order as they occur through the day,

  • Coming back from school
  • Going to bed
  • Getting up
  • Breakfast
  • Eating tea
  • Lunch

(see resources for clock templates)

Challenge:

Task: PE:

Throw the ball up in the air and catch it without a bounce. Complete this 3 times.

Throw the ball up in the air, let it bounce and catch it.

Complete this 3 times.

Throw the ball up in the air, clap once and catch it.

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 4- CCVCC words

English:

LO: To plan an alternative setting

Read from page 7 onwards.  Where did the emperor go? What was he looking for? What else could have come out of the egg? Where could the emperor have gone? 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?

New language feature:

Prepositional language. Can you use prepositional language to describe the setting?

The sun was under the tree.

Word Bank

under, over, above, next to, behind, opposite

Watch link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byszemY8Pl8

Write different descriptive sentences about your new setting.

Topic:

History

Who was William Caxton? What change did he make to the world? What would have happened if he did not create a printing press for books?

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-252141-william-caxton-information-powerpoint

https://primaryfacts.com/3019/william-caxton-facts-and-information/

Write down your answers.

Maths:

Get the children to point to the hour and minute hand. Ask them how do they know?

Where does the minute hand point to at half past?

Can you see that the minute hand has travelled halfway around the clock?

The clocks below show some important times during Emma’s day.

Using the times on the clocks, can you describe what you think Emma might do in the day?

Challenges:

Task:

ICT

Log in to computers and Purplemash 2paint

Can you open your work from last time by using:  FILE, OPEN?

If you have found your work try to now edit it, which means make it better? What other tools / shapes could you use instead?

Practice using the undo button instead of the rubber:

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 5

English:

LO: To plan an alternative adventure

What else could have come out of the egg? How would you describe it?

Where could the emperor go to search for him? What could he look under? (pilliow clouds, sock flowers, glove trees) Lets get creative and create our own objects to search under.

Where will he find his magical animal? Could it be in a clearing in forest, on a snowy hill, under a jelly lake?

How is the emperor going to be rescued? What creature will come and help him?

Topic:

History

Who is Barack Obama? Which country does he live in? Why is he famous? What changes has he made?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/16415436

https://kids.kiddle.co/Barack_Obama

Write down your answers.

Maths:

Using a stop watch. Can you see who can do 10 stars jumps the quickest?

Take it in turns to record each other.

James took 35 seconds to read a page in a book. A class spent 4 minutes looking at a page in a book. Who was the slowest?

Peter is eating his lunch at half past 12. Jane is eating her lunch half an hour later. Show the clock which is showing when Jane eats her lunch.

Task:

PE

Play the food game with a family member. Family member to shout out instructions:

-spaghetti – walk round the room tall and thin arms pointed together

-pasta twist – walk around turning round and round

-pasta bow – walk round with legs and arms apart, bow shaped

-lasagne – lie flat on the floor

-macaroni-make a circle with arms.

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

English:

LO: To write an alternative version of the story

Start with the setting. Where is the emperor? What can you see in the setting? How could you describe it?

Example:

The hot sun was shining

Can we add a preposition to improve the sentence?

Example:

The hot sun was shining in the sky.

Can you improve it using ‘next to’?

Now try writing your own setting description.

What has come out of the egg? What does it look like? How does it escape? Look at your plan from Thursday to help?

Think about where the emperor goes to look for his magical creature What time adverbials will you use to start your sentences?

Topic:

History

Research Buzz Aldrin and Yuri Gagarin. Who are they? What did they do? Are there any similarities? Are there any differences? Write down your answers.

(Astronauts)

       

https://kids.britannica.com/kids/article/Buzz-Aldrin/544806 https://kids.kiddle.co/Yuri_Gagarin

Draw pictures and write down key facts about each person around your drawings.

Maths:

Write a diary entry for your day at home school yesterday? Include at least 3 prompt words e.g. first, next…

Challenge:

True or false? We go to bed before we brush our teeth? Explain why.

Task: PSHE:

Should we always keep secrets?

If someone told you to keep a secret about them getting a rabbit for their birthday – Is this a good secret?

What if someone told you they have stolen money or sweets? Is this a good secret to keep?

What is the difference between the two secrets? Can you think of good secrets you can keep and bad secrets you should tell an adult about?

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