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Year 1

To contact Mrs Clegg, Mrs Whitwell or Mrs Juriansz please use:

yearone@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk

 

Please use the link below to find some phonics activities for home learning.

Day one

 

 

English - I can listen to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

Look at the following links to watch and listen to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. If you have the story at home then you could ask someone in your house to read it to you.

Maths - I can read and write numbers 0 - 20, making sure they are formed correctly.

 

Get an adult to write the numbers 0 - 20 on a piece of paper, can you read them aloud? Next, see if you can write the numbers 0 -20 yourself.

 

0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20.

Topic - I can make a beanstalk using junk modelling.

 

Have a look around your house and see what 'junk' you have, e.g. toilet roll tube, cereal box, pringles cylinder, tissue paper etc. See if you can make a tall beanstalk like the one in Jack and the Beanstalk. Have a look at the pictures below for some ideas.

Send us a picture of your creation.

Beanstalk

Day two

English - I can draw and label my favourite character from the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

Re-cap on the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, can you remember what happened? Think about all the characters from the story. Which one was your favourite? Look below at the pictures of the characters, choose one to draw and label.

Maths - I can write numbers as words, e.g. one, two, three etc.

 

Can you copy these then have a go at writing them again on your own. Use your phonic knowledge to help you to sound out words.

 

0 - zero               

1 - one

2 - two

3 - three

4 - four

5 - five

6 - six

7 - seven

8 - eight

9 - nine

10 - ten

11 - eleven

12 - twelve

13 - thirteen

14 - fourteen

15 - fifteen

16 - sixteen

17 - seventeen

18 - eighteen

19 - nineteen

20 - twenty

Topic - I can draw a castle for the giant.

 

Look at some of the images of castle and either choose one to copy off or draw your own.

Day three

English - I can draw a story map for Jack and the Beanstalk showing the beginning, middle and end of the story.

Story map - cut and stick activity

Maths - I can match a quantity to a number.

 

Find some objects in your house, count them then write the number to put next to it. You could also go on a walk and collect items from outside to make a number line.

Have a look at some of the interactive games you could play.

Outside maths

Topic - I can be an Autumn detective.

 

Go for a walk and see what items you can collect outside, e.g. leaves of different colours, pine cones, acorns, twigs etc.

Draw or photograph what you find and send it to us.

Day four

English - I can tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk using my story map.

 

Have a look at the story map that you created and re-tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk to someone in my house.

Maths - I can find one more and one less from a given number.

Topic - I can draw a portrait of someone in my family.

 

Choose someone in your family to draw.

Day five

English - I can write/copy simple sentences to tell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

Use your story plan from the previous days and write simple sentences about the start of the story, what happened in the middle and the ending.

 

Example

Start - Jack and his mother were very poor so they sold their cow for some magic beans. 

Middle - Jack climbed the beanstalk and met a giant.

Ending - The beanstalk fell down and killed the giant. Jack and his mother had a magic hen which made them rich.

Maths - I can fill in missing numbers in a number sequence.

 

Look at these examples of missing numbers in a number sequence. Can you fill them in? 

1, 2, 3, __, 5, 6, __, 8, 9, __.

4, 5, __, 7, 8, __, 10, 11, __.

9, 10, __, 12, __, 14, 15, __, 17.

12, __, 14, __, 16, 17, __, __, 20.

 

What about these?

10, 9, __, 7, 6, 5, __, 3, __, 1.

14, 13, __, 11, __, 9, 8, __, 6.

20, 19, __, 17, __, __, 14, 13, __.

 

Can you write your own number sequence starting from any number?

Topic - I can make a musical instrument.

 

Have a look around your home and see what materials you have which could be used to create your own musical instrument. For example, you could create a guitar out of a tissue box and some elastic bands.

See the links and pictures below for some other ideas. We would love to see your creations so send us a picture when you've made one.

Home learning, bubble closure, week two

Day one

English - I can listen to the story of Little Red Riding Hood.

 

Watch the video of the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Can you re-tell the story to someone iin your house.

Maths - I can count forwards and backwards from any given number.

 

Starting numbers:

8

12

19

24

27

31

47

62

88

93

Topic - I can bake a treat for a member of my family like little Red Riding Hood.

 

Day two

English - I can draw and label my favourite character from the story of Little Red Riding Hood.

Maths - I can write a number sequence counting forwards from any given number.

 

For example: 12    13    14    15    16    17    18

                      19    20    21    22    23    24    25

                      34    35    36    37    38    39    40

 

Can you start from these numbers and carry the number sequence on?

 

14    15 . . . . . 

26    27 . . . . .

35    36 . . . . . 

48    49 . . . . . 

Topic - I can draw and label a 'new' bad character from Little Red Riding Hood. 

 

Who could be a bad character instead of the wolf?

Think about animals that may want to eat Grandma.

Day three

English - I can draw a story map for Little Red Riding Hood showing what happened in the beginning, middle and end.

 

Idea for story map layout

Story map activity

Maths - I can write a number sequence counting bakwards from any given number.

 

Try completing these:

13    12 . . . . . 

20    19 . . . . .

25    24 . . . . . 

31    20 . . . . .

48    47 . . . . .

Topic - I can make a family tree using drawings or family photographs.

Family tree

Day four

English - I can re-tell the story of Little Red Riding Hood using my story map.

 

What happened in the story? Who are the main characters? 

Where was Little Red Riding Hood at the start of the story?

Who did she meet in the woods?

Who was Little Red Riding Hood visiting?

What happened at the end of the story?

Maths - I can pick a number to 100, then write the tens and units for that number.

Topic - I can create an Autumn picture.

Day five

English - I can write/copy simple sentences to tell the story of Little Red Riding Hood.

 

Examples

Little Red Riding Hood walked into the woods.

She was taking a picnic to her grandmother.

Grandma had very big eyes and ears and teeth!

Maths - I can pick a number up to 100 then draw the tower of ten and units for that number.

Topic - I can draw my favourite toy and write a simple sentence to say why it is special.

 

Examples

My toy is special because I like to play with it.

My toy teddy is special because I cuddle it at night.

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