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Class 1 Homework WB 21.9.20

All the children need to practise implementing capital letters in their writing.

So this week please can children write out all the letters, first in lowercase and their corresponding Capital letter next to them. Then please can:

Year 2 write 8 sentences about ‘Supertato’ (The story we have been learning about) making sure to use the correct capital letter at the beginning of the sentence and a full stop at the end.

Year 1 write 5 sentences about ‘Supertato’ (The story we have been learning about) making sure to use the correct capital letter at the beginning of the sentence and a full stop at the end.

 

Class 1 Homework Week beginning 07.09.20

Homework for year 1 and 2

This week your homework is to practise reading the following sounds and words that have them. Segment and blend the words if you need to.

ay,   say pay play tray crayon clay

ou   found cloud sound mound pound

ie   pie cried  fried spied replied

ea   bean clean eat seat read please dream

tricky words:   oh their  people

If you can read them through first time that’s awesome! Otherwise please practise them through at least 3 times this week.

Class One – Home Learning – Last week of term!

Hello all. I can’t quite believe it’s the final week of School. I do hope you are all keeping well. For the last week of term we will be working on revision activities.

Reception:

Phonics: eyfs-summer-themed-phonics-activity-booklet-ages-4-5_ver_7

Maths:eyfs summer maths activity booklet

English eyfs-summer-themed-end-of-year-activity-booklet_ver_1

Year 2:

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Maths – Summer maths mystery y2

English –Year 2 Summer English Activity Booklet

We hope you all have a wonderful Summer Holiday and see you all in September!

Home Learning Tasks – 10/07/20

Good morning.  We’re nearly at the end of term now! If you’ve enjoyed reading The Snail and the Whale as much as we have, there are some extra activities here that you might want to try out:

https://www.panmacmillan.com/blogs/books-for-children/snail-and-the-whale-kids-activities

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

 

Reception:

English

Watch the video of Jess and find out about snails. Can you draw one and write what you have learnt about them.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/mini-beast-adventure-with-jess-snail-adventure

 

Maths

Can you match the money?

1p 2p 5p Items Sheet

10p 20p 50p Items Sheet

 

Year One:

English 

Finish your tasks from earlier this week.

 

Maths

Can you find the correct change?

Correct Change Please 1

Correct Change Please 2

 

 

Year Two:

English

Finish your tasks from earlier this week.

 

Maths 

How much change would you need to give from £1?

change

 

Home Learning Tasks – 09.07.20

Good morning. I hope the rain didn’t dampen any activities you had planned for yesterday? Here are today’s learning tasks:

Reception:

English

Describe the snail

Maths

Can you find and colour the correct coins?

-coin-detectives-activity-sheet

Topic

Make your own moving Snail and the Whale

 

Year One:

English

Please continue with the work set yesterday.

Maths 

Try these coin activities.

Diving into Mastery Activity Cards

Topic

Make your own moving Snail and the Whale

 

Year Two:

English

Please continue with the work set yesterday.

Maths 

How many ways can you make the same amount?

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Topic

Make your own moving Snail and the Whale

//Home Learning Tasks – 08/07/20

Good morning Class One I hope you are all okay? Here are your home learning tasks for today?

Reception

English

Draw and label the snail and the whale.

Maths

Can you make the correct amounts using the coins?

coins

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Topic

Make a snail shell. What ways can you think to do it?

Year One

English

Attached are three activities to complete this week on The Snail and The Whale.

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Maths

Have a go at the first page of these worksheets. Which is the biggest amount?

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Topic

Make a snail shell. What ways can you think to do it?

 

Year Two

English

Attached are three activities to complete this week on The Snail and The Whale.

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Maths 

Which is greater? Can you add the coins to figure it out?

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Topic

Make a snail shell. What ways can you think to do it?

Class One Home Learning – Tuesday 7th July

Here are your home learning activities for today:

Reception:

Phonics – Play read and race to practise using your phase 3 phonemes. ar, oi, oo, or, ur Read and Race

English – Re-cap the story of the snail and the whale. In the opening scene (The harbour) Can you write a list of adjectives to describe what it is like there. Think about what you can see, hear, feel if you were there or smell. Then write 2 sentences describing the scene using some of the adjectives you have chosen.

Maths – Adding coins to make a total. how-much-do-the-ice-creams-cost-activity-sheets-english_ver_4

Year 2:

Phonics – An activity to practise spelling common exception words. Mr whoops y2 Common Ex Activity 2

English – Re-cap the story of the snail and the whale. In the opening scene (The harbour) Can you write a list of adjectives to describe what it is like there. Think about what you can see, hear, feel if you were there or smell. Then write 2 paragraphs describing the scene using some of the adjectives you have chosen. Can you include verbs and adverbs to extend your sentences.

Maths – Can you draw coins to show different ways of making the same amount.adding money to make a total

Class One – Home Learning Monday 6th July

Hello Class One. I hope you have had a lovely weekend.

Here are your home learning activities for today.

Reception:

Phonics- Recap all the phase 3 phonics sounds we have previously learnt (you can always replay some of the phonics learning videos on dojos class story) Then complete EYFS Phonics activity mat 4

English – Watch the story of ‘The snail and the whale’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_8QS_nyzM8  Or read through the story of you have a copy of your own. Then write into the speech bubble to show what the characters might be saying. Think about what they can see or hear.  Snail and the whale speech bubbles

Maths – Make a sand or play dough ice cream. Can you write a price label for it? How much do you want mum or dad to pay for it? 10p 12p or 15p. If you have some coins can you count out which coins you need to pay for it?

Topic – Make the seaside picture set on purple mash.

Year 2:

Phonics – Today we will look at the suffix en. Sort the cards into the correct column.

cards for suffix en

present tense suffix en  

English – Watch the story of ‘The snail and the whale’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_8QS_nyzM8  Or read through the story of you have a copy of your own. Then write into the speech bubble to show what the characters might be saying. Think about what they can see or hear.  Snail and the whale speech bubbles

Maths – A revisit to using coins. Using addition to solve problems. combining coins

Music – Making rhythms and beats set on purple mash.

 

 

 

Home Learning Tasks – 03/07/20

Good morning, here are your home learning tasks for today.

Reception

English

Can you describe what you can see in this picture for me. Use your five main senses to help you.  Don’t forget to add some adjectives if you can!

Beach scene | Benidorm, Alicante (Spain) | Christian Ferrer | Flickr

Maths

Can you share the picnic lunch equally?

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Year One

English

Can you describe what you can see in this picture for me. Use your five main senses to help you.  Don’t forget to add some adjectives if you can!

Beach scene | Benidorm, Alicante (Spain) | Christian Ferrer | Flickr

Maths

Can you share the picnic lunch equally?

T-T-277020-Sharing-Food-Lunch-Boxes-Cut-and-Stick-Activity

 

Year Two

English

Can you describe what you can see in this picture for me. Use your five main senses to help you.  Don’t forget to add some adjectives if you can!

Beach scene | Benidorm, Alicante (Spain) | Christian Ferrer | Flickr

Maths

Can you work out the correct amount?

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