Year 1 – Summer 1 – Week 2

English Topic:
Fiction

Maths Topic:
Fractions and Place value

Non-core Topic:
Art 

Tasks:
Physical Activity
PSHE
RE
Computing


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Spellings Week 2

Weekly Online Curriculum

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Monday

English:

Read Supertato

Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rze89HB9u8g

Talk about the characters and events in the story. Who are the characters in the story? How can you describe them? How did the characters feel at the beginning/middle/end of the story?

What was problem in the story? What was the solutions?

How did Supertato capture the Evil Pea?

What happened at the end of the story?

Topic:

Evaluate your piece of work.

What do you like about it and why?

What media have you used and why?

If you did this again what would you change and why?

Maths:

Try finding halves today – half a cookie, half a pizza, half a glass of water, half an apple…

Can you share half of something with someone in your house?

Write on a paper ½ this means half

Task:

PE

 Jump around like an animal. Kangaroo – hands together and jumping with feet together, frog – jump from low crouched position to standing, grasshopper – jump as high as they can reaching for the sky, rabbit – bunny hops.

Tuesday

English:

LO: To sequence the story

Watch the story again and recap the events. What happened in the story?

Look at the resources for this lesson. Can children sort/draw key parts of the story into their story map? What time adverbials can they match to each part of the story?

Key words: One day, next, then, after that, later on, finally

Tuesday English Resource

Topic:

Explore techniques for making surface patterns. Try printing shapes by dipping everyday objects in paint and pressing them on paper, try making rubbings of textured surfaces using wax crayons, try collaging with natural objects from the garden, try painting with forks or spatulas to see what patterns they make. Try as many techniques as you can!

Maths:

Get an apple or chocolate and get an adult to help you cut it into 4 equal pieces. These are called quarters. Write ¼ on a paper this means a quarter.

Task:

RE

Research the five pillars of Islam and make a list of why they are important to Muslims.

Link: 

Five Pillars – https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/58xKpq8HzGhJgbKkm4DR1KT/the-5-pillars-of-islam

Wednesday

English:

LO: To Retell the beginning of the story

Look at the pictures from the story. Can you verbally retell the beginning of the story. Try and use these language features. Time adverbials, speech, conjunctions, noun phrases.

Look at word bank document

 

Topic:

Reflect on yesterday’s techniques you explored. Which was your favourite visual effect? which did you find the most challenging/ easiest? Which material would you like to  explore again?

Maths:

Draw a two pizzas and decorate them. Cut the first pizza in half (halves) and the second pizza into four (quarters).

 Wednesday Maths Resource

Task:

ICT

Design your favourite story on paper. Draw the pictures for the key events and write the story.

Thursday

English:

LO: To create an alternative problem for the story

What was the problems within the story? How did Supertato fix the problem?

Now let’s create our own version. What kind of problem could happen (the evil pea kidnaps a vegetable, ties up a vegetable, sticks it to the wall)?

What could the solution be

(Supertato rescuing it)

How does Supertato capture the evil pea? What kind of trap could he set up?

Draw your problem, solution and capture. Can you verbally create your own version of events? Use the word bank to help you.

Can you create this on purplemash for your teachers to see?

Topic:

You are going to make an instrument from junk model materials. You are going to cover your instrument in an original surface pattern. Today’s task is to design that surface pattern. Use Sarah Bagshaw as inspiration. Think about colour, size and shape.

Maths:

Draw tens and ones for the following numbers.

37
23
84
45

 Thursday Maths Resoruce

Task:

PE

 Tiptoe around the room.   How could we travel on a ‘high’ level e.g. skipping, hopping?  How can you travel on a ‘low’ level e.g. crawling, bunny hop? Use a body shape from last lesson and include a turn or jump with it.

Friday

English:

LO: To independently write an alternative version of the story.

Look at the 3 pictures your drew yesterday, what problem and solution did you come up with? How did Supertato capture the evil pea? Can you tell someone else what has happens using the key features. (time adverbials, noun phrases, speech, conjunctions)

Now it’s your turn to write your story.

Out of nowhere the Evil Pea  ___

Topic:

Annotate your design identifying what mediums/colours will be used. Have a practice at creating your design.

Maths:

Can you write the following numbers in words:

8
32
56
24
12

Task:

PSHE

List all the feelings you can think of.

Create a checklist of emotions and how to deal with these.

E.g if feeling angry try counting to 10 and take slow deep breaths.

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