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Wednesday 8.7.2020

Middle of the week already. Thank you for sending me pictures of your work but also the other activities you have been doing. I hope you have a happy Wednesday.

Spellings: These will be linked to the phonics and spellings we have been practising each week so you should be really good at them. Each day you will be given new ones. 

Parents if you could try them without telling them the digraph then the second time if they struggle just remind them of the digraphs before, thank you.

Today's spellings have the ai and ay digraph in

 

              rain   pain   train   day   play

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week and email a picture of your 5 reads to be in with a chance of winning a Wonka bar and for our class to win the most reads. 

 

English: Friendship Soup

Today I would like you to write a list but not for food, a list for what makes a great friendship.

This is mine:

Friendship Soup

1 cup of sharing

2 drops of kindness

1 tablespoon of trust

A dash of laughter

1 spoonful of fun

A sprinkle of love 

Mix and enjoy!

Once you have written your own friendship list you can decorate it.

 

Maths: Adding and subtracting.

I would like you to make your own addition and subtraction sums. You can use playing cards or a 100-square to help you pick numbers. You could write them and then test your mum or dad to see if they can answer them.

PE: We have been enjoying zumba dance in class. I would like you to make your own exercise workout to music or choose one to workout to.

Watch the clip below it might help you get some ideas of some moves.

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Tuesday 7.7.2020

Morning! I hope you enjoyed writing your caterpillar stories. Thank you to the parents who have already sent me them, I really enjoyed reading them and seeing how imaginative you were. Please continue emailing me your work.

Please keep looking out for the Daily Briefing as there is going to be important information coming up. Normally is put the Home Learning page on a Tuesday and Thursday.

Spellings: These will be linked to the phonics and spellings we have been practising each week so you should be really good at them. Each day you will be given new ones. 

Parents if you could try them without telling them the digraph then the second time if they struggle just remind them of the digraphs before, thank you.

Today's spellings have the igh tigraph in

 

              light     night   right   might

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week and email a picture of your 5 reads to be in with a chance of winning a Wonka bar and for our class to win the most reads. Read along with Hairy Maclary from Donalson's Dairy. Click here. We have already read this but might help you with your English work.

 

English: Rhyming sentences.

I really enjoyed reading the poems you had written. Today I would like you to make your own rhyming sentences. Think of two words that rhyme and then put them into a sentence. Write 4 different sentences and draw a picture for each sentence.

 

For example: The moon found a spoon.

I saw a frog jump on a log.                   The red hen wrote with a pen.

 

 

Maths: Measurement.

My favourite maths work that you completed was all the different towers you made using lots of different resources. Therefore, I would like you to make something that is taller than you and something that is shorter than you. If you would rather use a teddy or a doll then that is fine. 

Art:

Make a shape picture using different 2D shapes. This could be a flower, person, house or even a dog

Monday 6.7.2020

Morning, I hope you had a lovely weekend and ready for the week ahead. I was looking back over our Home Learning page from when we first started. Gosh! We have worked so so hard and it was lovely to look back over the fantastic work you have all been doing and the variety of work. Therefore, this week I thought it would be nice to use some of the ideas to help us reinforce the skills you have learnt.

 

 

Spellings: These will be linked to the phonics and spellings we have been practising each week so you should be really good at them. Each day you will be given new ones. 

Parents if you could try them without telling them the digraph then the second time if they struggle just remind them of the digraphs before, thank you.

Today's spellings have the ie and split digraph i-e. 

 

              tie   pie  lie  like  time  five

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week and email a picture of your 5 reads to be in with a chance of winning a Wonka bar and for our class to win the most reads. Read along with Hairy Maclary from Donalson's Dairy. Click here. We have already read this but might help you with your English work.

 

English: Rhyming sentences.

I really enjoyed reading the poems you had written. Today I would like you to make your own rhyming sentences. Think of two words that rhyme and then put them into a sentence. Write 4 different sentences and draw a picture for each sentence.

 

For example: The moon found a spoon.

I saw a frog jump on a log.                   The red hen wrote with a pen.

 

 

Maths: Measurement.

My favourite maths work that you completed was all the different towers you made using lots of different resources. Therefore, I would like you to make something that is taller than you and something that is shorter than you. If you would rather use a teddy or a doll then that is fine. 

 

Science:

Make something you can record how much rain-full there might be. You could use a plastic drinks bottle, milk carton or a bucket. You will need to think of what form of measurement you are going to use. E.g. Millilitres or centimetres and how you are going to record your findings for each.

Hopefully there will not be much rain.

Friday 3.7.2020

Another week over and only 2 more weeks to go. I hope you have had a good week and going to have a fantastic weekend.

Did you guess the Secret reader and watch the Daily Briefing?

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week. If you are running out of books please log on to Oxford Owl. This is free you just need to sign up.

 

 

Spellings: Linked to phonics. Make your spelling test as fun as you like. You can use chalks or different colour pens or pencils.

                                           Chris, school, cell, fence, gem, giant

 

 

 

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DT Day: Choose something from below to make.

 

1) Make your mum or dad lunch.

2) Make a cake.

3) Make biscuits.

4) Make a fruit salad.

5) Make a pizza.

 

Please send me pictures of what you have made.

Thursday 2.7.2020

I hope you had a lovely day. Did you need to get your wellies, raincoat and umbrellas out yesterday? We did a lot of running in and out to avoid the rain.

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week. If you are running out of books please log on to Oxford Owl. This is free you just need to sign up.

 

 

Spellings: Linked to phonics

                                           Chris, school, cell, fence, gem, giant

 

Phonics: Alternative pronunciation for g

Play the sorting game.

 

 

English/PSHE

You will be completing the sheet to tell me your special talent.

Maths: Consolidation of work.

Remember you do not need to do all three choose one of the challenges.

Art: Exploring colour in the style of Piet Mondrian.

 

To create your own tile or mosaics in the style of Piet Mondrain. You will need to focus on the block primary colours and practise drawing straight lines using a ruler. You can use paint, pencils, felts, chalk, oil pastels, collage or print using a potato. See example below.

Wednesday 1.7.2020

I cannot believe I am writing the 1st of July, where did June go? What a wet and soggy day it was yesterday!

Here's your work for today.

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week. If you are running out of books please log on to Oxford Owl. This is free you just need to sign up.

Spellings: Linked to phonics

                                           Chris, school, cell, fence, gem, giant

Phonics: Alternative pronunciation.

Today we will be learning the 'g' making a 'j' sound. Watch cheeky Geraldine the Giraffe. Click here. Then watch the not so cheeky Mrs Burtt.

 

 

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English/PSHE

Today you are going to write why you are an amazing person. You will need the sheet below.

Maths: Consolidation of work.

Remember you do not need to do all three choose one of the challenges.

Art: The artist George Seurat.

Pointillism - To create a holiday picture or a picture of your choice, using pointillism. You could use cotton buds, fingerprinting or twigs and dip them into paint. See example below.  

Tuesday 30.6.2020

Morning! What a windy day yesterday was, perfect day for flying a kite. Today the secret reader will be going on, can you guess who it is? The Daily Briefing will also be going on. Did you watch last Thursdays? There was a message from all the adults in school. 

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week. If you are running out of books please log on to Oxford Owl. This is free you just need to sign up.

Phonics: C making s sound    

Watch first Click here

You will need a pen and a piece of paper and then watch Mrs Burtt below.

 

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Spellings: Linked to phonics

                                           Chris, school, cell, fence

English/PSHE

I would like to to complete the sheet that tells me lots about you. You could make a sentence using some of the things you have drawn.

For example: My name is _____________ and I am ____ years old.

Maths: Consolidation of work.

Remember you do not need to do all three choose one of the challenges.

Art: Stickmen in the style of L.S Lowry.

Create a picture of your family and friends or a scene from your house, in the style of L.S Lowry using cotton buds, straws, twigs or finger print.(Whatever they have!) See an example below.

Monday 29.6.2020

Morning! I hope you had a lovely weekend and was able to get some sleep during the very hot nights.

I wanted to say a huge congratulations to you all for reading 5 times a week  and because of this we won the class for the most reads. Well done Year 1!

I know things are still strange and not quite back to normal but remember keep motivated. Even if you don't manage to complete all the work just try and do some.

 

What you can do to help:

1) I know its difficult with the heat but try and keep to your normal bedtime.

2) Have a good breakfast.

3) Have your cosy bedtime stories.

4) Break the day up with a bit of work and play. When you are having fun that helps your mind.

5) Most importantly, BE KIND TO YOUR PARENTS! They are having to work as well as helping you, so  give them lots of hugs, tell them they are doing a great job and that you love them.

Reading: Remember to read 5 times a week. If you are running out of books please log on to Oxford Owl. This is free you just need to sign up.

Phonics: I have been so impressed with how hard you have been working on your phonics. It has been lovely seeing the pictures you have emailed me. The English language is tricky but learning your sounds will help you with your reading and writing.

 

Alternative pronunciations: ch making a k sound.

Watch this clip. Click here. After watching the first clip you will need to watch the one below.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics- remember the ch is making k

                                           Chris, school

English/PSHE

This week our English is going to be cross-curricular with PSHE.

Today's learning is to make a Wellbeing journal. You will need the sheet below, if you cannot print it off you can copy the different headings.

Maths: Consolidating some of the work you have completed over the past year.

You will need the the PDF below but you don't need to do the sheets as they are differentiated so like being in class choose which sheet you would like to do to challenge yourself.

Art: We are going to look at some of the artists we cover whilst in Year 1. We have already covered some but I thought it would be nice to revisit and learn about ones we haven't learnt about.

 

Artist: Claude Monet’s work, particularly ‘The Luncheon (Monet's Garden At Argenteuil)’ where is depicts everyday life. Have a look at the PDF below to show you an example of his work.

 

Home – Create a piece of artwork of what home means to you. It could be a picture of your house, a room or even an object. You could use a variety of materials that you have at home. 

 

 

Friday 26.6.2020

WOW! It was a hot day yesterday. I hope you had fun in the sun and lots of water was involved, obviously after your home learningsmiley

Reminders:

Don't forget your 5 reads.

Did you watch the Daily Briefing?

Have completed a sponsored activity?

More work!

Spellings: Today is for you to be tested on your spellings. Remember all the words have the digraphs we have been learning all week.

                    bird        girl       shirt     purse    hurt   farmer  teacher

Fitness Friday.

Choose from 2 or 3 of the activities below.

1) Balloon Tossing- How long can you keep the balloon in the air for?

2) How many catches can you do before the balloon filled with water burst?

3) Skipping- How many skips with a skipping rope can you do in a minute.

4) How many star jumps can you do in a minute.

5) Make your own obstacle course. You could involve your family and compete against each other.

6) Create your own challenge.

 

Thursday 25.6.2020

I hope you all managed to complete your work before it got too hot and had lots of summer fun in the sunshine.

I hope you have been enjoying the work and here is todays.

Reminders: 

Secret reader goes on today.

Send your 5 reads to be in with a chance of winning a Wonka bar.

Phonics: ur ir and er digraph. 

Below you will need to complete the 3 sheets to help you with consolidate the graphemes we have learning.

Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    bird        girl       shirt     purse    hurt   farmer  teacher

English: Write your poem.

You will need your plan you did yesterday. Watch the clip below to help you with how to set it out. You might want to draw pictures to decorate your poem.

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Maths: Inverse operation.

Watch the clip. Click here. You will need the sheet below.

Art: Make a shadow picture.

You will need a piece of paper and objects to draw round the shadow it makes. You could use chalk to draw round the shadow or even a paintbrush and water, if outside.

You might want to watch the clip for ideas. Click here.

Wednesday 24.6.2020

I hope you are enjoying the lovely sunshine, it always make you feel so much better when the sun is out. Please make sure you put on sun-cream, wear a hat and drink lots of water.

Here is your work for today.

Reading: Keep sending in your 5 reads, you never know we could win one week.

I have put a story you can listen to called the Ugly Duckling and Friends. Click here.

Phonics: ur ir and er digraph. Click here.

Remember you will need something to write with and a piece of paper. Now watch Mrs Burtt below. You will need to copy the words that have the digraphs in the sentence.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    bird        girl       shirt     purse    hurt   farmer

English: planning your poem.

Sorry I didn't upload the sheet for yesterday's learning so if you need it I have added it below with today's sheet.

Watch the clip to explain what you need to do. I am also sorry that some o the recordings seem to be sideways for some reason as well.

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Maths: Subtraction using a number line. Choose from one of the sheets below. Remember to show how many jumps you need to do backwards on the number line.

Geography: Make flags or bunting.

You will need paper, scissors, colouring pens or pencils.

You might need to carry out some research but I would like to make a flag for each of the capital cities we have learnt about.

Tuesday 23.6.2020

I hope you had a lovely Monday. Please keep sending me your work so we can celebrate your achievements on this page. I also enjoy seeing it and seeing you to.

Don't forget the secret reader goes on today and the briefing so please go onto the correct section to watch.

Reading: Keep sending in your 5 reads, you never know we could win one week.

Phonics: ur digraph. Click here

Remember you will need something to write with and a piece of paper. Now watch Mrs Burtt below.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    bird        girl       shirt    purse  hurt

English: What does onomatopoeia mean?

Watch the clip to help explain. Click here. Watch Mrs Burtt explaining what you need to do. You will need the sheet below to complete the work.

 

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Maths: Can you find all the possible equations for these numbers?

Watch the clip to help you and you will need the sheet below. 

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Geography: Capital city of Northern Ireland.

What is the capital city called? Watch the clip. Click here

You know what to do, draw 3 things showing what you could see in Belfast.

Write a sentence: In Belfast you can see _______________________.

Monday 22.6.2020

Morning, another new week and what exciting things have we got happening this week? I sound like a weather broadcaster but I do know that the sun is going to be shining this week so remember your hats and sun-cream. I am sure there are going to be a few paddling pools out.

Please keep looking at the different pages on the 'Home Learning' page as there are still lots going on and there is always something you can be involved in.

Reading: Read along book.

I hope you are enjoying reading along with the books I have been putting up. Today's book is called 'Lulu Loves Stories.' Click here.

Keep sending in your 5 reads, you never know we could win one week.

Phonics: ir digraph. 

Watch Mr Thorne teaching ir digraph. Click here

Then watch clip.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    bird        girl       shirt

English: Rhyming words.

Sing and move to the Everybody rhyme and freeze. Click here.

 

We are going to learning about words that rhyme. I would like you to listen to the poem called Eric the Weary Bee. Click hereDid you spot any words that rhyme? What did the bee what to do? How was he feeling? What did he leave on the doorstep? 

Using the sheet below I would like you to spot the words that rhyme. 

Maths: Addition using a number line.

You will need the watch the clip below and then you will either need one or both of the sheets below.

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Geography: Capital city of Wales.

What is the capital of Wales? Watch the clip and find out some facts about the capital city. Click here.

Once you have found out about Cardiff draw three pictures about what you might see there. You are being a bit like tour guide for other people. Write sentences about the pictures you have drawn. 

Friday 19.6.2020

I hope you have had a great week and have got some nice things planned for the weekend. I am hoping that all the rain we had yesterday would have helped my potatoes grow some more and my sunflowers.

I hope you have a fun Friday, a super Saturday and a sunny Sunday.

 

You have been busy!

Reading: Don't forget to email your 5 reads to be in for a chance of winning a Wonka bar. Remember keep reading everyday. 

Spellings: Linked to phonics.

These are your spellings for your spelling test. Make it as fun as you like to see how many you get write. Remember the sneaky y making the e sound.

                    tree      seed     sheep    tea   meat    body     baby

Friday activities: You don't have to do them all.

 

1) Have a tea party. Invite your soft toys, your family, get a blanket, cups, saucers and plates and have some of the items you put on your shopping list. I hope the tiger doesn't knock on your door or you might because you sent him an invitation. 

 

2) Make a repeating pattern using material, chalks, paints etc like a tiger.

 

3) Make a tiger using different resources. Be as creative as you want.

 

4) Maths: Consolidate learning about weighing using grams. Click here.

 

5) Reading: High Frequency words. Click herePlease choose words in sections 1 to 5 first.

 

 

Thursday 18.6.2020

Good morning. Did you hear the thunder and see the lightening yesterday. My mummy use to tell me to count in-between the thunder and lightening to gauge the distance of the storm. Did you do this?

I hope you have a lovely day and a lovely evening. We are missing you all.

 

You are true CHAMP's.

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You are true CHAMP's. 2
You are true CHAMP's. 3
You are true CHAMP's. 4
You are true CHAMP's. 5
You are true CHAMP's. 6
You are true CHAMP's. 7
You are true CHAMP's. 8
You are true CHAMP's. 9
Reading: Another story to read along with. Its called Some Dogs Do. Click here

Phonics: Today I have given you some sheets that focus on the ee and ea digraph.

Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    tree      seed     sheep    tea   meat    body     baby

English: 

Write a shopping list for your tea party.

Heading: Tea Party Shopping List.

Either bullet points or numbers. Each item needs to be on a new line.

 

Example of a shopping list.

Maths: Measuring using centimetres.

Please watch the clip below.

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Geography: Capital city of Scotland.

Yesterday we learnt about the capital city of England, which is London. Today I would like to watch the clip. Click here. What is the capital of Scotland called? Draw 3 pictures to show what you could do when visiting Edinburgh.

Write a sentence about one of the pictures you have drawn.

In Scotland you can see ___________________________

Wednesday 17. 6. 2020

Gosh, middle of the week already. It has been a great week so far and I have enjoyed looking at your work you have been doing at home. Keep up the fantastic work.

Reminders: 

Did you guess the secret reader?

Did you watch the daily briefing?

Wow! Look at your work.

Reading: Read along with the story. Click here.

Phonics: y making e sound. 

Remember to get a piece of paper and a something to write with.

Watch the clip below.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    tree      seed     sheep    tea   meat  body  baby

Wednesday: Write a letter to invite the tiger to a tea party.

Remember your letter must include:

Dear or To Tiger

What time is your tea party?

Where is your party?

Why would you like him to come?

From and your name.

Example of an invitation below. Why not decorate it after.

Maths: Measuring in millilitres.

You will need a measuring jug.

How much does each item hold?

Watch the clip. Click here.

Also watch the video below.

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Geography: Charlie and Lola we must visit London.

Listen to the story. Click here.

London is the capital city for England. Draw 3 different things that Charlie and Lola saw when they visited London.

Tuesday 16.6.2020

I hope you had a productive day yesterday. The weather was lovely and the sun came out to see us. When I looked again at my potato plant I noticed there were really tiny balls and to my delight they were potatoes, so I put them back and hopefully I will get small bigger ones soon. How are all your plants doing?

 

Reminders: 

Secret Reader: Can you guess who is reading the poem?

New Oompa Loompa Challenge: Go to the golden ticket page to see what it is.

Reading: The dragon story was tricky but I hope you enjoyed spotting the dragons. Today's book is called Oh no George! Click here.

Phonics: ea digraph.

Remember to get a piece of paper and a something to write with.

Watch the clip below.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    tree      seed     sheep    tea   meat

English: Adjectives.

Draw the tiger from the story.

Use adjectives to describe his different parts. Use a different adjective for each time.

He has a long tail.

Maths: Measurement

Watch the clip first. Click here.

Find different objects in your house. Look to see what units of measurement they are sold by.

Explain the activity some more.

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Geography: Label the countries in the UK.

Listen to the very silly song. Remember it goes very fast. Click here.

How many countries are there? Can you name them?

Use the sheet below.

Monday 15.6.2020

Morning, I hope you have had a lovely weekend and you are all keeping well.

I am sorry I wasn't there last week but I am back now. I would like to say a big thank you to Miss Knott for uploading some lovely activities for you all to do. I can't wait to see some of the work you have been doing.

A new week and it looks like the weather is going to continue being kind to us. 

Reminders:

NumBots: This week there is a competition between boys and girls. Go on each day and see how you do. The results will given at the end of the week.

 

I had a look at my potatoes but they are not quite ready as you will see.

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Reading: Please remember to read each day and email a picture of your 5 reads.

Well done to Ben who won the Wonka bar last week.

Today I have put the story 'The Dragon Machine' for you to read along to. Click here. You can include this as your daily read. How many dragons can you spot?

Phonics: ee digraph.

Remember to get a piece of paper and a something to write with.

Watch the clip below.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

Each day new ones will be added. Practise them using chalk, different pens etc

                    tree      seed     sheep

English: The Tiger Who Came to Tea.

Remember when we went to the theatre to see the stage version of this story. Click here

Answer the questions below.

Maths: Measurement using grams.

Watch the clip first.

Find 3 different objects weigh them using grams.

Put them into the correct order from lightest to heaviest.

Write how much they weigh. Use ‘g’ to represent grams

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Science/ Geography

We didn't finish our work on seasons. Today we are going to look at the season 'spring'

Listen to the story first. Click here.

Write the word: Spring

Underneath I would like you to draw 3 pictures about what happens in spring. 

Write 3 sentences about your pictures.

Friday: 12.6.2020

Good morning everyone! Another week of home learning complete and I hope you feel proud of your achievements. Have you thanked your parents for all they are doing to help and support you? They are doing a wonderful job and deserve a break this weekend!

 

I have a few reminders for you today:

  • Have you seen yesterday's Daily Briefing?

  • Remember that you have until 10am today to email in the photo of your reading record so that you can enter the Golden Tickets draw. Good luck!

  • There's a Secret Poetry Reader for you to enjoy. I think you might guess this one quite easily! You have until 11am this morning to email in your guess.

 

Have a wonderful day and weekend. Keep safe and keep positive!

 

 

Reading: Read to an adult for at least 10 minutes, 5 days a week. Have you entered the Oompa Loompas book challenges? There's a 5-word book review challenge as well as an illustration challenge. Find out more here

 

Spellings: Practise these Year 1 Common Exception Words (tricky words). You could try 'rainbow writing'. Use one colour to write the word, then another colour over the top, and another colour over the top of that, and so on until you have created a rainbow word! If you would like to practise your continuous cursive handwriting, you can click here to see how to form each letter.

 

of           said         says         your        they

 

English: Using the book 'Cake', you will learn to imagine how a character feels and how to put events in the order they happen. Find the lesson here

 

Maths: Today you are going to learn to describe position and directions with the help from  Premier League Primary Stars. Find the lesson here

 

Art: In this lesson, you will be making insects using natural materials you can find on our walk, run or cycle! You will need things like small twigs, leaves, petals and stones. You can watch the lesson first, then complete the activity.

Thursday: 11.6.2020

Hi everyone, how are you all today? This week seems to have raced by!

 

A new Secret Poetry Reader will be uploaded to the website today so look out for that here. You can also keep up to date with any Gade Valley news in our Gade Valley Briefing which will be added later today. 

 

If you are looking for some fun games to play, you may like to look at these Shake Up games inspired by some of the Disney and Pixar films. They are 10-minute each and count towards your daily 60 minutes exercise. Enjoy!

 

Have a wonderful day and keep smiling! smiley

 

Reading: Read to an adult for at least 10 minutes, 5 days a week. Remember to record it in your reading record and take a photo for the Golden Tickets competition. The deadline is 10am tomorrow morning. 

 

Spellings: Practise these Year 1 Common Exception Words (tricky words). Why not practise your spellings by writing them with your finger in sand, flour or even shaving foam?! If you would like to practise your continuous cursive handwriting, you can click here to see how to form each letter.

 

of           said         says         your        they

 

English: Today you are going to learn to write questions and identify them in writing. Find the videos and activities here

 

Maths: In the lesson today you are going to learn how to count in tens from 0 to 100. Find the video and activities here.

 

History: In our lesson today, you are going to learn about the life and achievements of Queen Elizabeth I.

Wednesday: 10.6.2020

Good morning Year 1, how are you all today? I hope you are having a good week so far and that you enjoyed yesterday's activities. 

 

There is a new Gade Valley Briefing and you can watch it here. Mr Barron shares his creation from the origami challenge! He also mentions Bike Week and you can go to our PE page to find out more. 

 

The latest Secret Poetry Reader is on the website. Have you seen it yet?  Click here to have a listen and then email your guess to secretreader@gadevalley.herts.sch.uk. I think it is quite a tricky one! Good luck!

 

Have a brilliant day and enjoy your learning!

 

Reading: Read to an adult for at least 10 minutes, 5 days a week. Try to read a variety of books if you can, including fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

 

Spellings: Practise these Year 1 Common Exception Words (tricky words). You may like to use the sheets to help you. If you would like to practise your continuous cursive handwriting, you can click here to see how to form each letter.

 

of           said         says         your        they

English: Today you are going to learn how to identify exclamation marks and use them in sentences.Find the videos and activities here

 

Maths: In the lesson today you are going to learn how to count in fives from 0 to 50. Find the video and activities here.

 

Music: We are going to learn to make music from objects found at home. Click here to find out how!

Tuesday: 9.6.2020

Good morning Year 1! I hope you are all well and that you feel motivated for today’s home learning. 

 

Today’s Secret Reader will be uploaded later this morning so look out for it here. This time the member of staff will be reading a poem rather than a story. I'll let you into a little secret...Secret Reader #12 was me reading one of Year 2's favourites, The Tinga Tinga Tales!

 

Have a wonderful day and I hope you learn lots! Miss Knott smiley

 

Reading: Try to read to an adult for at least 10 minutes, 5 days a week. Why not video call your grandparents or another member of the family who you have not seen for a while. I am sure they would love to see how much your reading has improved!

 

Spellings: Practise these Year 1 Common Exception Words (tricky words). You may like to use the sheets to help you. 

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English: Today you are going to learn how to correctly form sentences by using capital letters and full stops. Find the videos and activities here

 

Maths: Today you are going to learn how to count in twos from 0 to 50. Find the video and activities here.

 

PSHE: I would like you to think about what makes you feel happy. You can then draw and/or write these things inside some thought bubbles.

Friday 5.6.2020

I hope you have had a fantastic week and have been enjoying the home learning. It has been lovely seeing the work you have been doing and the other activities that you have been completing.

Have a lovely Friday and weekend.

 

Reading: I hope you enjoyed the book today, I did. The different animal sounds kept making me jump. Please keep using the Oxford Owl website as this will provide you with lots of books to read. 
Keep up with your reading as it is so important.

Spellings: Before doing the spellings please remind them of the suffixes we have been learning, they can write them first to help them.

darker       quicker      richest   slowest   cakes   dogs   walked   talked 

English Games.

Phonic Finder. Click here

High Frequency Word Bingo. Click here.

 

Maths Games.

Counting cars. Click here

Archery Doubles. Click here 

Art Friday: You can choose from any of these activities.

1) Make a robot if you have not already.

2) Make a picture about summer using sand, chalk or paint.

3) Seascape picture by the artist Van Gogh. Make a collage picture to represent the painting. 
You might want to look at it first.

4) Make a card for someone in your family and write them a lovely message that will make them feel happy.

 

I hope you enjoy these activities and I look forward to seeing what you have made.

Thursday 4.6.2020

Gosh I can't believe how quickly this week has gone. Lets hope the sun comes back, it was a lot colder yesterday. Maybe we will all have to do a sun dance.

Reminders:

1) Please go to the 'Golden Ticket' and 'Secret Reader' pages.There are lots of challenges that can get you extra golden tickets. 

2) PE: On this page there is a KS1 mini olympics challenge and lots of activities you can do to keep you active. Miss Laymen would love to see what you have been doing. 

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Reading: Read along with the story 'The Boy on the Bus.' Click here

Phonics: ed suffix

Remember what you need to get before you start. I have a friend with me today. Who can it be?

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

       darker    quicker   richest    slowest   cakes  dogs  walked         talked

English

I would like you to listen to the story first. Click here

In the story there were different robots. Did you spot them?

Wash-bot, Teeth-bot and Cook-bot

I would like you to draw 2 different robots. You will need to think of what job they can do to help you.

Name them and then write a sentence for each to explain what they do.

For example: My robot is called Cake-bot. She makes lots of chocolate cakes.

Challenge: Add the conjunction 'because' and how they move.

For example: My robot is called Cake-bot. She makes lots of chocolate cakes because I love them. She spins on her one leg to mix the mixture.

 

Maths: 3D shapes.

Firstly, Write your numbers to 50.

Challenge: Go up in 2's to 50.

I would like you to find something that is a square-based pyramid and triangular prism. What are the properties of the shapes?

Science/ Geography.

Firstly: Look out your window and draw what the weather is like today.

Write the sentence: On Thursday it is __________ and ____________.

 

What are seasons? Watch the clip. Click here.

 

The season we are looking at today is winter. 

Draw 4 pictures to show what happens and what you can do in the winter.

Write a sentence under one of your pictures to explain.

For example: In winter it is cold.

Challenge: Write a sentence under each picture you have drawn.

Wednesday 3.6.2020

Good morning Year 1, I hope you have been enjoying the learning but also having fun outside. You are still working really hard and should be really proud of yourself.

Reminders:

Did you guess the secret reader? If you did email your guesses by 11 o'clock today.

 

 

 

Reading: Sorry the book I put on for you to read I don't think you could access without logging in. Oxford Owl is a free resource that enables your child to read a variety of books that are suitable for them.

Phonics: Making a word into a plural.

Remember what you need before watching the clip.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

             darker    quicker   richest    slowest   cakes  dogs

English: Write a story.

Using your plan from yesterday I would like you to write your own robot story. Draw an illustration once you have written it.

Maths: Make your own robot.

Use anything that represents the 3D shapes you have been learning about.

Science/Geography

Look out your window, what is the weather like?

Draw a picture to show what weather you can see.

Write and finish the sentence: On Wednesday the weather is _________________ . 

 

Next, I would like you draw 4 different pictures and label them to show what the weather is like in the autumn and what you can do in this season.

Challenge: Write a sentence to explain each picture.

E.g: In autumn the leaves turn red, yellow and brown. 

Tuesday 2.6.2020

What a great start to the new half term. Lovely weather and I can see you are already to start your learning. I hope you managed to get some fun in the sun. 

Reminders:

Secret reader going on tomorrow. I wonder who it will be?

Willie Wonka will be waiting to see how many times you have read. 

 

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Reading: Today I have uploaded the story 'The Frog Prince.' You can either read it independently or press audio button where it will be read to you but you can try and read along with it. Click here.

Phonics: Suffix est

Remember what you will need to get before watching the clip.

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Spellings: Linked to phonics.

             darker       quicker       richest        slowest

English: Planning your robot story.

You will need to open the pdf which will give you more instructions.

Maths: Properties of 3D shapes.

Join in with the song. Click here

With the 3D shapes you found yesterday I would like you to find out how many surfaces, edges and vertices (remember these are corners).

Use the pdf to help you check your answers.

Science/Geography

Look out your window, what is the weather like?

Draw a picture to show what weather you can see.

Write and finish the sentence: On Tuesday the weather is _________________ . 

 

Next I would like you draw 4 different pictures and label them to show what the weather is like in the summer and what you can do in this season.

Challenge: Write a sentence to explain each picture.

E.g: In the summer it is sunny and hot. 

Monday 1.6.2020

Morning, a new month and a new half term. I hope you had a nice relaxing half term with your family. We have been so lucky with the weather, lets hope it continues so we can enjoy being outside. 

 

Your coin and view from your window artwork. Making your own shops, biscuits, riding bikes and many more lovely things you have been doing.

Reading: I hope you have been reading lots over the half term and remember to email a picture of your five reads. I have been receiving some lovely emails from your parents to say how hard you have been working on your reading. Well done!

Phonics: This week we are learning about about adding suffixes to a root word.

You will need a pencil and something to write on.

After watching the clip I would like you to write a sentence using the word: darker

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Spellings: Linked to your phonics. New ones added each day.

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English: I would like you to listen to the story first. It's called 'No-Bot - The Robot with No Bottom.' Click here

Once you have listened to the story you will need to write answers to the questions. 

(Open the pdf below)

Maths: No-Bot is made using 3D shapes. Therefore, today you are going on a 3D shape hunt.

 

I would like you to find the following shapes: cube, cuboid, cone, sphere and cylinder. These can be something in your house, garden or when out on your walk.

 

Science/Geography. Seasonal Changes.

What do you know about the weather?

I would like you to draw pictures and label them to show the different types of weather we might experience in the UK.

Challenge: Write a sentence underneath each picture. 

E.g: When the sun is out it is hot.

 

Friday 22.5.2020

Where has the week gone and most importantly where has the half term gone? You have all been complete stars and I am extremely proud of you all. 

I hope the sunshine will keep shining over the weekend and over the half term so you can have lots of fun outside.

I hope you watched yesterday's daily briefing, it shows you how the school is being set out and what has been put in place. Also not that I am trying to promote my cameo appearance but look I can now catch, I have been persevering with this. See you can achieve things if you put your mind to it.

Take care and keep safe.

  

Spellings: Please remind them of the digraphs they have been practising this week: ay ai and a-e

Make this is as fun as you like. You could play how many against the clock, find the words around the room, use magnetic letters.

cake, make, bake, day, play, stay, rain, pain, train

Reading: Keep reading everyday and remember to email a picture of your 5 reads to have a chance of winning a Wonka bar. 

Archie has been enjoying the books from the Oxford Owl website. 

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Art Friday:

1) I have been watching the programme called 'Grayson Perry Art Club.' In this, he has been exploring different ways to create art. This week his theme was 'The view from your window.' Therefore, I would like you to draw either the view you see from one of your windows or draw what you would like to see from your window.

For example: The view might be of sea, sandy beach and ice-creams. 

Be as imaginative as you like and it doesn't have to be a pencil you might use paint etc.

 

2) Make a picture using different coins. This was not my idea, Darcy sent a video of the lovely flower she had made using different coins. Please don't glue these down as I am sure your parents would like to re-use the coins.

Thursday 21.5.2020

I would like to say a huge thank you for the lovely video you sent me and Mrs Cooke. It was very emotional to see all of you and the lovely messages you said. It made us cry but with happy tears and it was really appreciated. We are missing you all and are extremely proud of how you are all being so focused during these different times.

I hope you had a lovely time in the sunshine yesterday. Continue to keep well, keep safe and have fun.

  

Some of the amazing things you have been doing.

Phonics: Split digraph a-e.

You will need a piece of paper and something to write with. 

After watching the clip have a go at writing a sentence using one or two of the words we practised today.

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Spellings: Linked to your phonics.

Remember you can be creative as you like when practising your spellings.

 cake   make   bake

English/History and Computing.

Watch the clip as this will tell you what you need to do.

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Maths: Money.

Make a shop and either you can be the shop keeper or someone in your family can be. You will need to use coins to pay for your items.

Look at the pictures below of George showing him in his shop.

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Wednesday 20.5.2020

What a gorgeous day yesterday was and I think today is going to be even nicer. Remember to put your sun cream on.

Did you guess the Secret Reader? Have you drawn your favourite book character? Don't forget to email your guesses in.

 

Work showing how motivated you have been.

Phonics: Digraph ay

Remember you will need something to write with and a piece of paper.

I couldn’t upload any more of the clip, it was too long. So I had written the sentence but I spelt one word wrong can you see which one it was?

Write a sentence using the word ‘play’ use conjunctions ‘because’ or ‘and’ to extend your sentence.

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Spellings: Linked to your phonics.

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Remember have fun with them.

English/History: What toy did your grandparents play with when they were six. Watch the clip first.

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Maths: How much money is in the pot?

Watch the clip. 

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Science: Leaf rubbings and mini-beasts you have found.

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Science: Keep looking and exploring where min-beasts live, care for your plants that you have been growing.

Tuesday 19.5.2020

The sun has been really shining today which always makes you feel so much better. I hope you have had a lovely day.

Reminders:

1) Look out for the Secret Reader. Who will it be today? 

2) Oompa Loompa Character Challenge! You need to draw your favourite character from any of the books you have read. More information on the 'Golden Tickets' section on the 'Home Learning' page.

Look what puts a smile on your face.

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Amazing work you have been completing. You are true CHAMPs

Reading: Keep up with all the reading you are doing. This will help you with your imagination, writing and most importantly a time you can sit quietly and snuggle up with someone you love.

Well done to Harry for winning the Wonka bar. I hope you enjoyed eating it.

Phonics: ai digraph.

Remember you will need something to write with and a piece of paper.

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Spellings: Linked to the phonics you have been learning today.

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English/History: What toy did your mum or dad play with when they were 6?

You will need to watch the clip below.

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Maths: Ordering the value of coins.

If you have the coins I asked you to get then you can use them. If you haven't then you can use the clip and verbally say the correct order. 

There will be some questions to answer but they can be answered verbally.

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Science: I would like you to find some different leaves from the different trees you have been identifying and do some leaf rubbings. Now are they deciduous or evergreen?

 

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PE: Remember to keep looking at the Home Learning page. Miss laymen has been putting different challenges on there if you would like to have ago. 

Monday 18.5.2020

Wow! This is the final week of this half term, where has that gone? I know it has been a very different half term for us all but the weather has been very kind to us so its been great to be able to do lots of outside learning and exercise.

Your parents have been amazing with supporting you with your learning so remember to be kind to them, say thank you to them - this is different for them to, say you love them lots, give them huge hugs and tell them what we say in class "Give yourself a fan-dabby-doozy tick.

Some of your amazing work.

Reading: Su shared the book she likes to read and where she likes to read it. What books do you like reading and where?

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Reading: Remember to read each day and check the Home Learning page on a Tuesday and Thursday to see if you can guess the secret reader. 

Phonics: Reading and writing some common exception words.

You will need to be ready with something to write with and a piece of paper before you watch the clip.

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Spellings: Each day you will have some new spellings added. 

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Maybe to help you with your spellings you could try this:

Pocket Cards: Make small cards to keep in your pocket or bag and when you are going for a walk, making breakfast or sitting in the park ask your parents to test you.

 

English/History.

We are going to be learning about toys. We will be identifying if toys have changed or stayed the same over the past years.

You will need to watch the clip and have a piece of paper, colouring pencils and a writing pencil for today's work. 

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Maths/Computing

I have put some websites on to help consolidate some of learning we have been completing over the past weeks. 

Telling the time:  Click hereMatch the digital time to the analogue time.

Hit the button: Click hereYou can do number bonds, doubles and halves. 

Lifeguards: Click here. Go onto 0-50 and show how many 10's ans 1's you need to make the number.

 

Maths tomorrow you will need 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p and £1. Please do not worry if you don't have all of them. 

Science: I just wanted to show you how my sunflowers and potato plants have changed. What have I had to do to keep them alive? What changes can you see? Talk about this to you mum or dad.

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I was watching this bee being really busy in my garden. It took me lots of tries to take this picture because he kept buzzing off. What has the bee got on his back legs? What is it called? Why is he collecting it?

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Friday 15.5.2020

That week has gone so quickly. You have worked so hard again this week and you all should be really proud. 

Did you see the Daily Briefing? Did you guess the Secret Reader?

I hope you have a lovely weekend and the sun is going to be shining so have lots of fun and rest.

 

Spellings: Water Paint: Use water and a paintbrush to water paint the spelling words. On a hot sunny day the words disappear quickly so they need to paint fast!

me  she  we was want path fast

Activities

Today I would like you to complete some of the activities. Now remember you don't have to do them all.

They will be covering many subjects.

1) Maths/Computing: Hit the Button. I would like you to go onto number bonds. This will help consolidate the learning this week. Click here

2) English/Computing: Puzzlemaker: Go onto this website and you can enter the either the weekly spellings or words you know they will be able to spell. Have fun searching for them in the puzzle. Click here.

3) Reading: Read a long to Hairy Maclary from Donaldson Dairy. Click here.

4) Art/DT: Make something that makes you smile. If you do this one please take a picture of you holding or standing next to what you have made.

E.g: a cake, a model using boxes, lego, bricks or paint/draw a picture.

5) Science: Continue on your mini-beast hunt. How many can you find? What are their habitats?

Can you spot the changes to Yasmin's caterpillars?

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Thursday 14.5.2020

Gosh Thursday already. I hope you have had a good week so far. I can see by the work you have been sending me you have all been trying your hardest so well done. Thank you and I am so proud of you all.

Remember a new secret reader will be going on today so don't forget to send your guesses in. 

Reading: It's been lovely to hear so many of you are still keeping up with your reading. Now remember you can read any books you might have at home.

If you are not sure of a word, use what you know:

  • Can you use your phonics to help you?
  • When reading the word does it make sense in the sentence?
  • Use the pictures to help you?
  • Ask for help.
  • Is it a word that you just have to learn as a whole word?

Most importantly: Sit somewhere quiet, cuddle up with a member from your family or even a teddy and make sure you choose a book you are going to enjoy as this will help you with your reading.

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Phonics: Alternative pronunciation for 'e.'

You will need something to write with and a piece of paper. Watch the clip below.

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Spellings: Linked to your phonics.

Today I would like you to time yourself to see how fast you can complete your spellings. You might want to have a little competition with a family member.

me   she   he  we  be

English: Can you spot what I have done well and what I need to improve on? 
You do not have to write it down, you can talk through what you notice. 

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The answers.

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Maths: Before watching the clip below there is a number bond to 10 song Click here and a number bond to 20 song Click here

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Wednesday 13.5.2020

Morning, we have got to the middle of the week so well done. 

Did you see the Daily Briefing? Remember to watch this each day, it provides lots of information and you get to see some familiar faces. 

Did you guess the Secret Reader? Remember you can listen to the story but also guess which adult is reading the story.

Please keep reminding yourselves that you are doing a great job; children, mums and dads. 

I hope you have a lovely day.

Some more of your fabulous work.

Phonics: Alternative pronunciations.

Today you will be learning how a makes an o sound in words. Watch the clip and then read the sentence and have a go at writing your own sentence or you can say it verbally.

I was going to the park to see the ducks.

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Spellings: Linked to your phonics.

was  want  wash

Reading: Books you have been enjoying reading

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Reading: Remember to continue reading. You can read any of your books you have at home as these will still count towards your 5 reads. You can also use the web page I mentioned on Monday to provide you with a range of books.

What CHAMPS you have been.

English: Today you will be writing the last part of your story. I know there was a lot of writing yesterday but today there isn't as much. Remember to watch both of the clips before you start writing.

Remember do what you can.

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Science: What do your bugs need to survive?

You can draw the different things they need. Think about what living things need. You can also link this to the bugs you found.

Tuesday 12.5.2020

Morning, well yesterday the sun was out, with a freezing wind but at least no rain; Lets see what the weather is like today.

Remember that there will be a new secret reader today. Can you guess who it is? If you have any questions for the daily briefing don't forget to email them to me and I will pass them on. 

Some more pictures from your VE Day celebrations.

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Work you have been completing.

Reading: Remember to read for 15 minutes each day and email a picture of your 5 reads and email it to 

golden.tickets@gadevalley.herts.sch.uk

Well done to you for reading the most out of the whole school.

Phonics: Alternative pronunciations.

 a making the ar phoneme sound. 

Remember a phoneme is the sound and a grapheme is a sound written down.

Once you have watched the clip read this sentence.

The boy ran fast in the race.

Now have a go at writing your own sentence using the word:

fast

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Spellings: Linked to today's phonics.

path    fast     bath

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English: Re-writing a familiar story.

Today you need to watch both clips to help you.

The middle part of the story.

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Some of you maths work from yesterday.

Maths: Subtraction number sentence.

You will need the pack of cards again today.

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PE/Maths: Counting to 120 in 5's workout Click here

Remember to also look on the PE section on the Home Learning page for my PE ideas. 

Some of the bugs you found today.

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Science/Computing and English: Today I would like you to find out some facts about one of the mini-beasts you found yesterday. 

What is its habitat like? What colour is it? etc

Monday 11.5.2020

Morning, I hope you had a lovely time celebrating VE Day on Friday. It seemed even more poignant this year in a strange way. It was lovely seeing people decorating the front of their houses and coming together (in a safe way) to celebrate the meaning of the day. 

Yesterday, I went out for a walk one I haven't been on before. I stopped, just looked and listened to what was around me, it was so lovely to have the time to do this. One of the many things I have learnt about during this period of time is how things seem so much clearer and louder. The birds singing their beautiful songs, the different noises of nature beneath and around our feet, the colours and smells of different plants and what lovely countryside we have around us. Maybe on your next walk just stop, look and listen.

 

This was one of the things I had the pleasure of seeing on my walk. It was lovely to be able to get so close to them and when their mummy called them they went running back to her. 

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A collection of the work you have been completing. As Mrs Burtt likes to say "You've blown my socks off!"

VE Day Celebrations: Some of your baking and decorations, I have also included some of mine. Can you spot my daughter licking out the bowl - see you are never too old.

Reading: Remember to read for 15 minutes a day and email a picture of your reading record when you have read 5 times for a chance to win a Wonka Bar.

I am aware you are probably running out of books to read. There is a website called Oxford Owl that offers a range of reading books. You will need to go to the website Click Here and register for free. Thank you to Emmie's Mum who has been using this website at home and mentioned it to me.

What books do you enjoy reading?

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Phonics: Someone wanted to say hello today. Can you guess who it is? You will need to watch both clips.

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English: Re-writing a familiar story.

Today you will be writing the beginning part of the story. You will need to watch both clips. If you would like to make a book to write it in you can, it could be a caterpillar shaped book but don't worry if you don't want to.

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Maths: Addition number sentence.

You will need a pack of cards or write the numbers out on separate pieces of paper. You will need to watch the clip below.

You can try and write as many number sentences as you like. There is also a challenge if you would like to challenge yourself.

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PE: Counting to 150 whilst working out. 
Type in On google search Jack Hartmann counting to 150. 

Science: Bug Hunt.

Go on a bug hunt. How many bugs did you find?

Look at Yasmin's caterpillars. How have they changed?

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Thursday 7.5.2020

Another successful week. You have worked so hard and you need to give yourself a huge pat on the back, give a thumbs up and a massive cheer. I know it is a very different way for you to be learning and it is a very different way for me to be teaching at the moment. However, over the past weeks you have shown me what amazing individuals you all are, you are true CHAMPS but I always knew what a fantastic class you were. 

Thank you for brightening my day up with the work you have been sending me and I would like to say a massive thank you to your mums' and dads that have been supporting you.

 

Challenge: At the beginning of the week I set you a challenge to guess which bird had laid the eggs. "Well it was, Drum roll please."  Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

It was a robin.

Well done to Yasmin, Su and Archie who guessed correctly.

 

Maths next week: If possible you will need a pack of playing cards. If you have not got any please just make numbers from 1-9 on separate pieces of paper. Thank you

 

Reminders:

VE Day Celebrations: Don't forget to look on the 'Home Learning' page to see you holding your bunting. I have been lucky to see some of them already. They look amazing.

Secret Reader: A new one will be going up today. Can you guess who the reader is?


 

 

English: Some more pictures to show your amazing work.

I am really sorry I uploaded the wrong English work for yesterday. If you would like to complete it today I have put the correct one on. Sorry again for the confusion.

Phonics and Spelling work.

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Spellings:

Before completing your spelling test today remind yourself of the phonics you have been practising this week.

ie, split digraph i-e and trigraph igh

 

Words for spelling test:

tie, pie, lie, like, time, five, light and night

Reading: Continue to read at least 15 minutes a day to a member of your family.

Bella and Emmie sharing the books they like to read. Can you spot what is on the front of Emmie's book that Mrs Burtt does not like?

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Maths: Some more fantastic clocks you have made to help you with your learning this week.

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Activities for today.

The learning I have set today is very cross-curricular. This is because you will be learning English, Maths, DT, Art and History. Below are a selection of activities that you can complete but you don't have to do all of them.

1) Make a butterfly.

You can be as creative as you like but remember it has to symmetrical.

2) Make a caterpillar.

This can be made from boxes, could draw one or use material.

3) Make puppets to go with the caterpillar story and act out the story to your family.

Thank you to Ben and Bella for sharing their puppets.

4) Make butterfly or caterpillar biscuits or cakes.

Thank you Yasmin for sharing your biscuit idea.

VE Day celebrations for Friday. You can also look on the VE celebrations on the 'Home Learning' page for more activities.

5) Make up a celebration dance that you could dance to on Friday.

6) Find out what it was like at school 75 years ago.

7) Think of ideas for a picnic you could make on Friday.

8) If you have the ingredients make a special VE celebration cake.

 

Wednesday 6.5.2020

Morning, it makes such a difference when the sun is shining and we are able to go outside in our gardens or for a walk.

Some reminders:

1) V.E Day bunting needs to be in by the end of the day today. That reminds me that I need to do mine. My pens had all run out so had to get some when I went and did my food shop yesterday.

2) Daily Briefing: This is put on the web page each day. It has lots of information and today Miss Knott set a quiz, could you answer any of them? Also if you have any questions you would liked answered please email them to me and I will forward them on.

3) Did you guess the secret reader? Email your guess and your name we be read out on Thursday if you got it correct.

Secret reader is put on the web page on a Tuesday and Thursday.

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Reading: Continue reading each day and remember to send a picture of your 5 reads to the email, to have a chance of winning the Wonka bar.

This week we are learning about caterpillars, see if you can find some other books about caterpillars or minibeasts that you have at home.

Darcy found a story about mini-beasts.

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Phonics: trigraph igh

Watch the clip: click here

You will need two different coloured pencils to complete the activity.

Is the word a real or an alien word?

Spellings: These are linked to your phonics.

Three more are added today using igh trigraph

light night right

English: Some of your fantastic life cycles and other work you have completed.

Yasmin had some caterpillars delivered to her home. She kindly said I could share the picture of them with the rest of the class and will send more pictures to show what has happened to them. Thank you Yasmin.

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English/Science. Life Cycle of a Butterfly.

Yesterday you sang the song about a tiny caterpillar and drew pictures to show the life cycle. Today I would like you to read the song and fill in the missing words. You can decorate it after.

Challenge: Write out the stages of the life cycle independently. Use the song and sheet to help you.

Maths: More of the creative clocks you have been making.

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Maths: What time is it?

You will need:

1) 1 or more players to play with you.

2) A die.

3) Counters.

Enjoy playing the game.

Tuesday 5.5.2020

Morning, thank you for sending me some of your guesses for what bird laid the eggs. I will announce the answer later on in the week so you still have time to guess.

On Sunday I watched a programme about how we can help our wildlife in our gardens. The plants you have been planting and the bug homes you have made have all helped towards providing our wildlife with food and shelter that they need to survive.

I just wanted to share that with you because as a class we are doing fabulous job of making a difference to our environment and I am really proud of you all.

Thank you.

 

History and Art

V.E. Day 75th Anniversary Bunting:

This Friday we are celebrating this special anniversary so as a school we would like to make a bunting slideshow. Therefore, you and your family need to make an A4 sized decorated bunting which you can decorate however you wish but must have the number 75 on.

Take a picture of yourself holding it and send to nursery@gadevalley.herts.sch.uk by the end of Wednesday 6th May.  

Art: Pictures of your family members wearing hats - linked to Henri Matisse.

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Tony enjoying reading his book.

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Reading: Continue reading each day and remember to send a picture of your 5 reads to the email, to have a chance of winning the Wonka bar.

This week we are learning about caterpillars, see if you can find some other books about caterpillars or minibeasts that you have at home.

Phonics: Split digraph i-e

Remember the ie gets pushed apart by a sneaky letter that jumps in-between and the e is a magic because it is silent.

Watch Mr Thorne Click here then complete worksheet.

Spellings: These are linked to your phonics.

Three more are added today. Think of an imaginative way to practise your 3 spellings.

like   time  five

English/Science and Music: Life Cycle of a Butterfly.

Maths/DT: Making clocks.

Maths: Before you complete the rest of your maths work for today, can you tell the time on the clocks?

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Maths: Play the game What's the Time Mr Wolf. 

You can use your clocks to show the time Mr Wolf says before moving. If you have not got a clock to show the time then I would like you to use the following language.

For example: Mr Wolf says "It's 3 o'clock."

Your answer: "The big hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on the 3."

Challenge: "The minute hand is on the 12 and the hour hand is on the 3."

Monday 4.5.2020

Morning, how are we all today? I hope you had a lovely weekend and looking forward to the week ahead. 

 

V.E. Day 75th Anniversary Bunting:

This Friday we are celebrating this special anniversary so as a school we would like to make bunting a slideshow. Therefore, you and your family need to make an A4 sized decorated bunting which you can decorate however you wish but must have the number 75 on.

Take a picture of yourself holding it and send to nursery@gadevalley.herts.sch.uk by the end of Wednesday 6th May.  

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Reading: Continue reading each day and remember to send a picture of your 5 reads to the email, to have a chance of winning the Wonka bar.

This week we are learning about caterpillars, see if you can find some other books about caterpillars or minibeasts that you have at home.

 

Phonics: ie digraph

Watch the clip, click here

Once you have watched the clip complete the activity - Read and spot the word with the ie grapheme in.

Spellings: These are linked to your phonics. 

tie    pie     lie 

I wonder who has been crunching and munching these leaves?

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English/ Science: Crunching Munching Caterpillar story. Click here

Today I would like you to listen to the story and answer the questions verbally.

You will need to open the pdf before you start listening to the story.

 

If you would like to challenge yourself: Write the answers for 2 of the questions.

(Remember to put them into a sentence).

 

Maths: Telling the Time.

I would like you to make a clock. You can make it using any equipment and resources to help you be as creative as you like.

It must have a minute hand and a hour hand and obviously numbers 1-12. 

Challenge: Can you make the hands move? 

Friday 1.5.2020

I can not believe we are at the end of another week and starting a new month. I hope the weather improves and the sun will put his hat on and comes out to play but I suppose the plants have had a good water.

I hope you have listened to the secret reader and did you guess who it was? If you have any questions please remember to email them to me so they can be answered in the Daily Briefing.

I hope you have a really good weekend.

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English: Your imagination has been amazing.

Maths: The giant will definitely be able to get back to his castle and Mrs Giant.

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Reading: Read your favourite book to a member of your family this can be in your house or you could read it over faceTime to another member in a different house.

 

Spellings: Practise your spellings you have been doing all week. You could test your mum or dad to see how many they get right.

Art Friday: Today I would like you to draw a portrait with a bit of a twist.

 

In the Spring term we learnt about the artist Henri Matisse and how he created his artwork. He liked to use lots of colour and he created a piece of artwork called 'Woman With a Hat.' 

I would like you to draw 4 different members of your family - These could be brothers, sisters, grandparents or cousins etc so you might have to use faceTime to speak to them.

When drawing the rules are:

1) Each member of your family need to be wearing a different hat.

2) You can use pencils, pens, chalks, pastels or paint.

3) They need to be sitting down.

4) Only draw to the waist and they can be holding one other prop. 

Thursday 30.4.2020

Morning, I hope you looked at the Gade Valley's Got Talent clip, it was amazing. I actually got quite emotional to see so many Year 1 children got involved and got to see your amazing talents that I knew you had. However, I do think I need to keep persevering with my roller skating as I did actually crash into the wall.

Yesterday's weather wasn't as soggy as I thought so I didn't get to splash in any puddles, oh well.

 

This is a little reminder to you my fantastic class:

Please stop being hard on yourself. You are doing a fantastic job completing your work. I know there will be days that are harder than others and some of the work might seem challenging but I know you will always try your hardest and persevere. I am so proud of you all and so are your mums and dads. Your parents are working really hard to support you and trying their best, remember they haven't been to school for a long time. Sorry parents.

Reading: You can record these reads to help you complete your 5 reads for the week. Check the 'Golden Ticket' page for another competition.

Read along book today is called: A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea. Click here.

Phonics and spellings.

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Spellings: Practise the words you have been learning in your phonics this week using the digraphs oa ow and o-e.

 coat, road, grow, snow, rope and stone

 

English: I was so impressed with the different homes or places you thought the giant would like to live and the adjectives you used to describe it. 

Today you will need to think about how you could travel to the land or home. Will you fly? Climb? Or maybe there will be multiple ways to travel there.

If you were to fly there, what would you fly on - a magic broom, a bird, a rocket? Would there be other ways to get there? What would the journey be like?

 

Once you've thought about all these things. Draw what the journey would look like (including notes next to your drawings to describe things). To challenge yourself write 3 sentences to explain how you got there. Remembering to include adjectives and capital letters at the beginning and no sneaky ones in the middle.

 

 

 

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Maths: A standard unit to measure (centimetres)

I would like you to use a ruler or tape measure to measure three different plants you have in your house or in your garden.

You do not need to write the measurements down but I would like you to put the measurements into a verbal sentence.

For example:

This plant is 35 centimetres tall. This plant is 6 centimetres tall and this plant is 12 centimetres tall.

The first plant was the tallest and the second plant I measured was the shortest.

 

This will help to consolidate your learning and use the different mathematical language. 

 

Science: 

If you go out on your daily walk today see how many deciduous and evergreen trees you can spot. Which one do you think would be the best for the giant to use and why?

However, I do think he might use some of the towers you have made instead.

Wednesday 29.4.2020

Morning Year 1. What has happened to the weather? If it continues raining today I think I am going to put my wellies on and jump in some puddles.

Reminders:

1) Daily Briefing - This is put of each day between 4 and 5 pm. 

2) Secret Reader - See if you can guess who it is. If you can send your guess to the email address on this page. 

3) Golden Tickets - To be in for a chance of winning a Wonka Bar take a picture of your 5 reads and email it to the address on this page.

4) Gade Valley's Got Talent - Keep checking this page something should be happening this week.

Enjoying completing puzzles.

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Reading: Today's book is called Rumble in the Jungle. Click here

I would like you to click on the section 'Read along with top tips.' See if you can add expression to your reading.

 

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Phonics: Split digraphs a-e, e-e, i-e, o-e

Click here to watch the clip.

Today you will focus on the split digraph o-e because this makes the same phoneme sound as oa and ow which we have been learning on Monday and Tuesday.

Words today are a mixture of real words and alien words, can you put them under the correct heading?

Stone, Quone, rope, thome, hope, chote, joke, plone and code.

Split your page in half, put an R for real words and an A for alien words. Parents if you could write them out for them, thank you.

Spellings: Linked to phonics this week. Two more will be added each day but don't worry you will have already practised them in your phonics.

stone and rope

English: Letters to the giant.

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English: A new place to live for the giant to live.

Please look at the PDF to explain what you have to do. There is also a reply from the giant.

Watch Mc Grammar song for adjectives. Click here

Maths: Measuring.

Maths: Measuring using a non-standard unit.

Build something that the giant could climb up to get back to his castle. 

You can use lego, wooden bricks, paper or card etc. 

Once you have made it you will need to measure it using your hands which is a non-standard unit. Please send me a picture and show me how many hands tall it is and we will see who in the class made the tallest.

Science: Sorting the different type of trees.

If you can not print the PDF then talk about which tree would go where.

Andy Goldsworthy: I received some more artwork today. Thank you.

Andy Goldsworthy: I received some more artwork today. Thank you. 1
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Andy Goldsworthy: I received some more artwork today. Thank you. 3
Andy Goldsworthy: I received some more artwork today. Thank you. 4

Tuesday 28.4.2020

Morning, hope you had a good sleep and have woken-up all a fresh for the day ahead. Before each section for today's learning I have uploaded a selection of work that you have completed over the past weeks. I have been so proud of how motivated and confident you have all been so I thought it would be nice for you see and celebrate the work as well.

Remember to keep looking at the different sections on the 'Home learning' page.

Have a good and fun day.

Reading: These are some of the books you have been enjoying reading.

Reading: These are some of the books you have been enjoying reading. 1
Reading: These are some of the books you have been enjoying reading. 2
Reading: These are some of the books you have been enjoying reading. 3
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I hope you enjoyed the book you read along with yesterday, here is today's book click here

Phonic work.