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Year 1

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

yearone@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk

 

HOME TASK

 

Thank you to all the children who have sent us their pictures with a rainbow so far.  If you haven't already sent this to us, please can you do this ASAP.  This could be a picture of a rainbow that you have drawn, coloured, painted or made - be as creative as you can! Please could you send these pictures to us as soon as possible via the year one email which is yearone@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk

Thank you smiley

 

 

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Home Learning

Paper based learning for week commencing 06.07.20

Spelling lists for Years 1 and 2

Monday 6th July

English

Starter - Watch Mrs Farrars new spelling video on the 'ire' sound.

(Spellings - Link below)

L.O. I can write words and phrases.

Watch the Official Compare the Meerkat Jingle Advert (Link 1)

Ask your child if they have seen this creature before. What is it called? Discuss - what is a real meerkat? Have you seen one before? What do they look like? Can you describe one? How do they behave? Watch How meerkats interact in the wild (Link 2)

 

Repeat watching the clip, and this time stopping and pausing to discuss what you see. How do they move? What do they look like? Do you think they like to be alone?

 

Generate some words, phrases or short sentences together which describe how they look, behave, act etc. e.g. playful, cute, quick, mischievous, like to stand up tall on their back legs, they cuddle up together, live underground, etc.

 

Write these words and phrases into the ‘K’ section of a KWL grid. (The ‘K’ standing for what I already know about meerkats.) Consider and talk about what you would like to know about meerkats with an adult and write a few questions down in the second part of the grid (the ‘W’ which stands for ‘What do I want to know?’). You might wish to use the question hand to generate some of the questions, e.g. What is the name of a group of meerkats? What do they eat? Etc.

 

Check that questions have a capital letter at the start of the sentence and a question mark at the end.

 

 

Maths

L.O - I can use different calculation methods to solve number problems.

Below is the link to the Lancashire maths home learning website. Complete the number of the week activity.

Rosewood Art Challenge

This week we are holding an outdoor Art challenge.

Go outside and collect different natural objects such as leaves, sticks, pebbles and seeds. Once you have your collection see if you can transform them into a pattern or picture.

You may make it in your garden or somewhere else that you visit such as the park or the beach. It can be your own individual creation or a family effort, small or large scale.

You may wish to explore other artists who work outside such as Andy Goldsworthy.

Once you have created it, ask an adult to take a photo of it and send it into your teacher.

There will be a prize for the most creative, so go outside, get creative and above all, have fun!

 

 

 

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Tuesday 7th July

English

Starter - Watch Mrs Farrar's spelling video on the 'ear' sound.

(Spelling link below)

L.O. I can create a KWL grid.
Consider the ‘W’ (What do I want to know?) questions from yesterday’s session. Watch Meerkat Animals for Kids (Link 1) and /or Kid Reporter Dominique – Meerkats (Link 2).

 

Can you find the answer to any of your questions? Talk to an adult about what you now know about meerkats. Fill in the last section of the KWL grid in full sentences. The ‘L’ being the ‘What have I learnt?’ section.

 

Check writing is in full sentences with capital letters and full stops. Use phonics to help you spell words independently.

 

 

Maths

L.O - I can recognise and complete repeating patterns.

Look below for a link to some worksheets with number patterns on. See if you can identify the pattern and finish them off. Look carefully at the difference between the numbers.

Number Patterns

PE - sports day activities.

 

This time of the year we would normally have our annual sports day, so this week we thought it would be nice to complete some of the normal activities. Today’s activities:-

 

Egg and spoon race.

Target throw into a hoop/bucket.

Throw, clap, catch.

 

Wednesday 8th July

English

Starter - Watch Mrs Farrar's spelling video on the 'oa' sound.

(Spelling link below)

L.O. I can write a report.
Consider the information you have discovered about meerkats in the previous session. Imagine that your family and friends don’t know very much about meerkats. Using the information you’ve found, write a simple report or quiz for a sibling or family member. They could either read your report or you could present it to them, just like Dominique does in the Kid Reporter Dominique – Meerkats (Link 1)

 

Just like Dominique, you could use a question and answer sequence in your report, e.g. What type of animal is a meerkat? A meerkat is from the mongoose family and is not a cat at all. What are groups of meerkats called? A group of meerkats is called a mob. What do meerkats eat? Where do meerkats live? Etc.

 

When writing the report, aim to include the words ‘and’, ‘but’ and ‘or’ to join ideas in sentences. Check that sentences make sense by reading them aloud. Check for capital letters and full stops. Remember to use phonics to help you spell words independently. Read your report to a sibling or family member. You could do this with a microphone just like Dominique in her video!

 

 

Maths

L.O - I can complete shape patterns.

Look carefully at the shapes and what colour they are. Can you see the pattern, e.g. one blue square, one green triangle, what would come next to make a repeated pattern?

PE - sports day activities.

 

Today’s activities:-

 

Skipping

Sprint

Kick a ball (dribbling)

 

Thursday 9th July

English

L.O. I can write some feelings bubbles.

 

Listen to Miss Lee presents Meerkat Mail (Link 1)

 

Whilst listening to the story, stop and play the ‘tell me’ game. This involves pausing the story to talk about what your child has heard. Prompts can be open ended to help start discussion, e.g. Tell me what you know about Sunny so far. Talk about how Sunny might be feeling but also how his family must be feeling without him. What do you think they would say to him? Do you think Sunny regrets leaving as the book goes on? How do you know?

 

Write a feeling bubble (a heart-shaped outline with a feeling written inside) after Sunny sends the first note home (1:46 mins) and then a feeling bubble from his mum’s point of view. Feelings might be a single word, phrase or a sentence. Try to choose words other than happy or sad. Discuss with an adult a more appropriate word or use a dictionary/thesaurus to find an alternative word.

 

Write another feelings bubble after Sunny sends the postcard from Auntie Flo’s (5:27 mins). How is he feeling now? Finally, write the last feeling bubble on how you think his mum/family might be feeling too at this point.

 

 

Maths

L.O - I can sort houses using different criteria.

There are nine houses in the picture. What is different about them? What is the same? Can you think of ways to sort them into groups, e.g. colour of the door.

 

Sorting houses

PE - sports day activities.

 

Today’s activities:-

 

Roll a ball

Obstacle race

Distance throw

 

Please send any photographs/videos to  yearone@rosewood.lancs.sch.uk.

 

Friday 10th July

English

L.O. I can write a postcard.

Talk about the story Meerkat Mail from yesterday’s session. Discuss: do you think that Sunny was pleased to go home? Why? How do you think his family felt when he went back? How do you know? Return to the story again, Meerkat Mail (Link 1).

 

Or, listen to it being read aloud here: Meerkat Mail World Book Day Stories (Link 2).

 

Imagine that you are to go and visit another family member and that you can stay with them. What might you do there?

 

Write a postcard as if you have been to stay at another family member’s house. Remember to use the capital letter ‘I’ and tell the audience all about your visit. You could include sentences about what the weather is like, what you have done and how you are feeling. Use a simple structure, such as: Dear … Love from …

 

Check that sentences make sense by reading them aloud. Check for capital letters and full stops. Remember to use phonics to help you spell words independently.

Maths

L.O - I can order numbers.

Look at the interactive ordering activity below. Choose the numbers appropriate for your ability.

Rosewood Art Challenge (last chance to enter!)

This week we are holding an outdoor Art challenge.

Go outside and collect different natural objects such as leaves, sticks, pebbles and seeds. Once you have your collection see if you can transform them into a pattern or picture.

You may make it in your garden or somewhere else that you visit such as the park or the beach. It can be your own individual creation or a family effort, small or large scale.

You may wish to explore other artists who work outside such as Andy Goldsworthy.

Once you have created it, ask an adult to take a photo of it and send it into your teacher.

There will be a prize for the most creative, so go outside, get creative and above all, have fun!

 

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