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Year 1 – Summer 2 – Week 5

Phonics Topic:
Phase 3/5 sounds

English Topic:
Non Fiction

Maths Topic:
Time

Non-Core Topic:
History 

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 4 Tricky Words + Phase 4 HFW

Phonics Sound Mats

Topic: History:

Today you will carry out research. You will research Tim Peake. Who do you think this man is? When was he born? What job do you think he has? Write down key facts about him.

Is he similar to anyone you have researched?

https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/tim-peakehttps://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-54670-ks1-tim-peakes-space-diary-differentiated-fact-file

Maths:

​Children to explore suitable equipment e.g. stopwatches, sand timers to measure durations of time.

Carry out different activities to use suitable equipment to measure how long each activity takes:

  • timing how long it takes to run around the garden using a stopwatch.
  • How many star jumps do you think you can do in 20 seconds?
  • How many times can you write your name in 20 seconds?
  • How many times can you hop on the spot in 20 seconds?
  • How many times can you run up and down your garden/a safe space.
  • Let’s count to 20 seconds in our heads, stand up when you think we reach 20 seconds. How close were you?
  • Can you think of an activity which takes 20 seconds?

Print Maths resources

W.b. 29.06.20 Maths Resources

Task: RE:

LO: To understand the importance of telling the truth

What do we mean by telling the truth? Why is it important to tell the truth? Introduce the terms ‘true’ and ‘false’. What do they mean? Which word means telling the truth?

Play ‘True or False’ game by saying obvious true or false statements

Tell the story of ‘The Boy who Cried Wolf’

Link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKWktweAZb0

Ask questions as you are going along. What trick did the boy play on the villagers? What does the word ‘lies’ mean? How did the villagers feel? Why?

After the story discuss the important of telling the truth.

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

Topic: History:

Now you have researched Tim Peake, today you will create a timeline for the significant dates/events in Tim Peake’s life so far.

  • When he was born.
  • When he became an officer for the British Army Air Corps.
  • The day he finished his training for the Principia ISS mission.
  • When he launched into space and when he came back down to Earth.

Week 5 History Tuesday Tim Peake Timeline

Maths:

Would you measure the duration of the activities in seconds, minutes or hours? Sort the activity into three groups: seconds, minutes and hours.

  • Brushing your teeth
  • Reading a book
  • Saying the alphabet
  • Holiday flight
  • Playing outside
  • Sleeping at night
  • Eating breakfast
  • Playing on the computer
  • Having a bath
  • Going for a walk
  • Running up the stairs

Complete the sentences using seconds, minutes or hours.

  • Playing is about 20 _____ long.
  • The Day is about 6 _____ long.

Can you think of 4 more sentences yourself?

Task: PE:

Throw a ball up in the air – catch near the chest using ‘w’ sign. Children to throw a ball to a family member and catch. Challenge- children to try catching one handed and at a further distance.

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- All phase 4 words

English:

LO: To create sub headings

What are the different features within a non fiction text?

(Title, contents page, glossary, Index, heading, subheading, photo, label, diagram)

Choice a nonfiction book and identify these features. What are the purposes of these features?

We are focusing on the use of subheadings. They tell us what the information in about.

Sub-headings are normally questions that are answered in the text.

We can use the 5 questions starters to create subheading

(Who, What, When, Why, Where)

Here is an example of a text:

Did you know that giraffes are the tallest animals in the world? Interestingly, giraffes have a spotted coat, which help it blend into their habitat.

What sub heading could we make? Look at what the information is telling you. It’s telling us about their appearance.

Now look at the word document called Week Week 5 Wedneday English ‘Creating Subheadings’

Try and make a subheading for each piece of text.

Week 5 English Wednesday Creating Subheadings

Topic: History:

Now that you know Tim Peake is an astronaut, today you will write a job description for an astronaut by answering these question:

  • What is an astronaut?
  • What jobs do astronauts do when they are in space?
  • What are their responsibilities?
  • What skills and experience do you need?

https://www.ouruniverseforkids.com/astronauts/

Maths:

Which is longer: one hour, one minute or one second?

If I finish a race first, am I faster or slower than everyone else?

Can you think of a comparison where you use faster and slower in the same sentence? For example, a rabbit is faster than a tortoise but slower than a cheater?

Challenge:

Print Maths resources

Task: ICT:

Try to log on to purple mash all by yourself and open 2paint.

We are going to continue drawing different parts from the Gruffalo story.

Today try draw this part on 2 Paint:

Experiment today with changing the pen size:

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- colours

English:

To organise information under different subheading

Yesterday we created our own subheading. Sub headings tell us what the information is about. It helps readers understand and find information.

If we had a subheading called ‘Where do dolphins live?’ Would we write about how they look? – No because it wouldn’t answer the questions.

Which one of these sentences could we use?

  • Did you know that dolphins eat fish like cod?
  • Interestingly, dolphins are mammals.

Which sentence answers the question in the subheading.

We are going to be organising facts under two sub headings about lions.

The first sub- heading is ‘What do lions look like?’ and the second sub-heading is ‘What do lions eat?’

You need to look at the sentences and see what sub-heading they answer.

Look at the ‘Week 5 English Thursday All about Lions’ word documents for the sentences.

Week 5 English Thursday All About Lions

Topic: History:

Tim Peake spent an eventful and busy six months in space. Today you will imagine that you are Tim on board the International Space Station writing a letter home, explaining what it is like in space, what have you seen so far and what you miss about home?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOH2oxVJpjY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLQlnTldJs0ZRYAf049X5KDkXEsD480m6J&time_continue=107&v=ZHAqT4hXnMw&feature=emb_title

Maths:

Three planes are flying to Paris in the morning. Here are the times they arrive.

Use earlier and later to complete the sentences.

Plane A is _______ than plane B.

Plane B is________ than plane C.

Plane C is ________ than plane A.

Challenge:

Print Maths resources

Task: PE:

Jog on the spot for 2 minutes. How many star jumps can you do in 2 minutes?

Time how fast you can run. Can you beat your previous time? Can you get faster?

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:

https://content.twinkl.co.uk/resource/b4/bf/t-l-54670–ks1-tim-peakes-space-diary-differentiated-fact-file-english_ver_1.pdf?__token__=exp=1588760660~acl=%2Fresource%2Fb4%2Fbf%2Ft-l-54670–ks1-tim-peakes-space-diary-differentiated-fact-file-english_ver_1.pdf%2A~hmac=479445ad78749a6040ba5346222fbc4c29aa7f7a4a0566e83dcacecfe690a28a

The link above contains an information text all about Tim Peake.

Depending on how confident you think your child is at reading, choose from one of 3 difficulty ratings. 1 star is the easiest level.

Read the text and answer the questions below.

1 & 2 star –

What did Tim Peake do on his first day?

Name two things he does every day.

Why doesn’t he like Sunday?

How long does Tim work outside of the ISS?

3 star –

What did Tim Peake do on his first day?

Name two things he does every day.

Why doesn’t he like Sunday?

How long does Tim work outside of the ISS?

How long is the plan for the spacewalk?

What do you have to be good at to be an astronaut?

Week 5 English Friday Tim Peake Information Text

Topic: History:

Today you need to describe what space travel might look like in the future.

How will people get to space?

     

Maths:

Challenge:

Print Maths resources

Task: PSHE:

Who is a ‘good’ person to go to if you need help? Make a list.

A teacher, parent, friend or neighbour you know is a good person to go to – Why? (They can be trusted)

Who is a bad person to go to for help? It is not normally a good idea to go to a stranger. Why? (We don’t know if strangers can be trusted)

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