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Ocker Hill Infant School

Gospel Oak Road, Tipton, West Midlands, DY4 0DS

01215561119

heidi.faulkner@ockerhill-inf.sandwell.sch.uk OR rebecca.strange@ockerhill-inf.sandwell.sch.uk

Blended Learning Policy - Parent Copy - Blended Learning Policy

Please find Net Aware information for Keeping children safe online - https://www.net-aware.org.uk/online-safety-lockdown/ 

Home Learning – Year 1

Welcome to the home learning page for our Year 1 pupils.

 

You will find links to useful websites with interactive games and educational resources.

We will also be providing a weekly home learning planned by your teachers that your child can access and complete. 

Feel free to complete the work in any way you see appropriate and get in touch by using the email home.learning@ockerhill-inf.sandwell.sch.uk if you have any questions or would like any feedback.

Finally, all the staff absolutely love seeing photos of you all being creative, demonstrating learning and enjoying yourselves at home. There have been some amazing yet peculiar things going on and we love to see and hear about them so please keep in touch, not just about the work.

Stay safe, keep in touch and enjoy learning!

 

Week Commencing 11th January 2021

Hi Sunflowers and Daffodils! We hope you're all well and keeping safe at home. Your teachers have put some videos on for you. We miss you all very much! And hope you enjoy engaging with the home learning we have organised for you this week.

We are continuing with the story of the Three Little Pigs. 

 

 

English Resources

Name
 Boxing clever frame.pubDownload
 three little pigs boxing clever cut and stick.pubDownload
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Maths Resources

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 halving quantities.docxDownload
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Snappy Maths

Grapes Phonics

Oranges and Bananas Phase 3 ai sound

Apples and Pears- Phase 4 Phonics

English Resources

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 Three Little Pigs sentences.docxDownload
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Maths Resources

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 Space Race.pdfDownload
 T-N-4754-Halving-Challenge-Cards_ver_1.pdfDownload
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Please see below the BBC Teach Primary Timetable for this week on CBBC

Week beginning 5th January 2021 - Happy New Year

Hi everyone! Mrs Dutfield here! Happy New Year! As many children in Year One will be isolating this week you and your child will receive daily updates of lessons and activities that you can complete with your child. In school this week the children will be enjoying 'DT Week' and from Wednesday, many of the activities you will have access to will be based upon this. Year One's DT week is based upon the story of the Three Little Pigs. The overview for this week is saved below and resources will be added daily for you to enjoy. Please don't hesitate to contact me or your teachers on our home learning email with any questions or to share your learning!

Hi it is Miss Havenhand here.   Please click on the link below for a video message for Daffodils.

 

Daffodils-Introducing online learning.MOV

Tuesday 5th January update 

 

Phonics-

 

This week your child’s teacher are revisiting previous work and assessing your child’s knowledge of prior learning to make informed decisions on their next steps in learning for Spring Term. Therefore, I have provided many interactive games and tasks for your child to do the same! You can enjoy these across the week to assess your child’s knowledge and secure skills for when they are ready to return.

Espresso Education

You can log in to our Espresso Education Software which offers phonic lessons, videos, games, sorting activities, stories and printable resources too. 

Please use the login below and follow these instructions- use the toolbar to select-

 

KS1- ENGLISH-PHONICS-PHASE 2/3.

 

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                       Password: ockerhill

 

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize offer many short videos with blending tasks within them for your child to complete for Phase 2 and 3 phonics. You may want to revisit the videos for the sounds that your child may not know.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

Letters and sounds

The letters and sounds website offer some links to free Phase two and three games for your child to enjoy. Some of them include answering short yes/no questions where your child is applying their reading skills and various real and nonsense games which prepare your child for their Phonics Screening Test in Year One.

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-3-games.html

 

Reading 

 

This week in Year One the children are beginning to explore their new Spring Term topic ‘Twisted Tales’. The first traditional tale the children will be exploring is the ‘Three Little Pigs’. Twinkl have provided the story which is saved on your homepage. As you read this text with your child encourage your child to make predictions, as they may have heard this story before! Pause at intervals and discuss how the main characters are feeling, can your child describe these main characters? Prompt your child to discuss, is this character mean? How do you know? Can you prove your answer using the text? I.e. The Wolf is mean because he wants to eat the Little Pigs and so he is blowing down their houses. 

 

Tasks-

 

Task One- your child has been provided with some role play masks to re tell the story with family. Can your child use story language appropriately? Can your child speak in full sentences? Encourage your child to use speech from the text and use expression in their voice and appropriate actions to tell the story. You may want to video your child and send it to our home learning email!

The-Three-Little-Pigs-Role-Play-Masks.pdf

 

Task Two- your child has been provided with a cut and stick story map which encourages the children to re tell and organise the story in a different way. Can your child justify their decision while organizing the sections of the text? They may want to show you in the text when making their decision.

The-three-little-pigs-cut-and-stick-story-map-activity.pdf

 

Task Three- your child has been provided with a Three Little Pigs ‘spot the difference challenge’. This is a key pre-reading skill which stimulates children’s ability to notice detail and develop their visual memory.

T-T-17108-The-Three-Little-Pigs-Spot-the-Difference-Activity.pdf

 

Wednesday update 

 

DT Week

This week in school the children are enjoying DT Week! In Year One the children are building a new house for the Three Little Pigs. Design and Technology is providing children with opportunities to use and apply their creativity to design and make products while solving real and relevant problems. Making mistakes and evaluation of design is integral to the teaching and learning of Design Technology.  Today your child will be creating their design and making their product. These tasks are described in detail in the weekly over view above! Please send your models to our home learning email, your teachers would love to see them! A certificate will be sent for your child’s involvement this week 

 

See below the design page for your child to complete first-

 

Design template-Design Sheet.pdf

 

R.E Bible Stories

This term Year One are continuing to explore some bible stories during story time. The story of creation is special story for Christians. While sharing this story you may want to ask your child the following questions;

 

·         What did God make on the second day?

·         Why did God create humans on the sixth day?

·         God created women so Adam wouldn’t be alone. What did he name the woman?

·         Why was it wrong for Eve to eat the fruit?

·         Who lied to Eve about the forbidden fruit?

 

Discuss with your child, what is the moral of this story? What did Adam and Eve do wrong? What choices should they have made?

 

Twinkl have provided some cut out story pictures for your child to re tell the story to family members. These are saved onto your home page. Re telling stories is an essential skill in Year One and aids your child’s speech and language, social and reading development.

 

Story pictures for re-tell- Adam-and-Eve-Creation-Story-Cut-Outs.pdf

Thursday update 

DT Evaluation

Now it is your child’s opportunity to evaluate their product. Evaluation of a product following a Design and Technology task is integral to the teaching and learning of the subject.

Encourage your child to take a look their room that they made from the day before. An excellent skill and one which we encourage at Ocker Hill is learning from our mistakes and being able to self-reflect on our learning and tasks. By your child understanding where they can they can improve they are becoming an independent, reflective learner. A question sheet has been provided for you to prompt discussion. These questions include;

 

·         Did you add all the items you needed into your room? Was there anything you would like to add further next time?

·         Were the materials you chose to work with suitable for the task? Such as, was cello tape as strong as glue? Did you find masking tape easier to manage and handle? What would you use differently next time?

·         What do you like about your product (the room you made)?

·         What do you think could improve the appearance of your room even more?

 

You may want to encourage your child to copy a sentence that they have said (on the template below), you may want to scribe their answers for them onto the sheet or you may want to discuss these questions orally.

 

Evaluation template sheet-Evaluation sheet.pdf

 

Mathematics 

This week in school your teachers are assessing what you have learnt and retained during the previous half term. Every day your child completes a ‘Snappy Maths’ session where your teacher encourages your child to recall previous maths skills and number facts. This aids your child’s fluency and confidence in their work. I have provided lots of ideas and interactive games and tasks for your child to complete! If there is a particular skill your child struggled with this week, please contact Mrs Dutfield on the home learning email and I can also send some tailored, additional tasks and ideas to support your child’s understanding. Enjoy!

 

Espresso Education

You can also log in to our Espresso Education Software which offers mathematic lessons, videos, games, sorting activities, stories and printable resources too.  Please use the login below and follow these instructions- use the toolbar to select-

 

KS1- MATHS.

 

You can then select from many key skills such as addition and subtraction, one more one less, counting groups, shapes, and many more!

 

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                       Password: ockerhill

 

Snappy Maths revisit resources-

 

These are some additional resources for your child to enjoy that would be included in their Snappy Maths sessions-

 

Counting in 2s, 5 and 10s with Jack Harttman- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8CEOlAOGas

 

One more One less game with Topmarks-  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/chopper-squad

 

Addition to 10/15/20 Robot game with Topmarks-  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/addition/robot-addition Allow your child to use practical resources for this task. You may want to provide them with a tens frame which is saved below. Your child can add practical resources to this frame and ‘count on’ from 5 or 10 to find the answer.  

Blank tens frame.pdf

Friday Update

Guided Reading

Saved onto your homepage are some alternative Three Little Pig stories for you and your child to enjoy. Encourage your child to explain their favourite part of the alternative tale and spot why the story was different to the traditional text! Can your child compare the characters? Is the plot different? How?

Which text did they prefer? Could your child create their own front cover for a new alternative ending? A template has been saved below on your homepage. Could something else happen to the Wolf? Could the pigs be mean instead of the Wolf? Could a new character save the day? Hope you enjoy the alternative tales, and creating a new one!

 

Front cover template-Alternative story book cover design.pdf

Outdoor Challenge!

Can your child make a wolf proof house or den outdoors? This is a new way to get involved with Design and Technology.

Place a letter, such as the one below to invite your child to make a wolf proof den outdoors using natural resources, large scale boxes or gardening materials. Let your child use their imagination! Lots of ideas are pasted into the overview above!

Encourage your child to problem solve such as making defenses or traps to stop the Wolf getting in! Test the stability of your den by asking family members to try and blow it down. Perhaps a family member could use the wolf mask saved onto your homepage to pay a visit to your child’s den! I’m sure it would be an exciting end to a super outdoor task!

 

Don't forget! Show your teachers your dens using the home learning email! Have fun!

 

Week beginning 14th December 2020- Merry Christmas!

Hi everyone! Mrs Dutfield here! Merry Christmas from all of the staff at Ocker Hill Infants! Hope you are well and safe and enjoying some festivities. This week there are many Christmas themed tasks that you can join in with as well as lessons the children will be enjoying at school such as Maths and Phonics. We are also celebrating a Caribbean Christmas in school, so have fun celebrating with us too! Remember to send your work to our home learning email, we would love to hear from you! 

Best wishes, Mrs Dutfield x

Please use the weekly overview above to learn all about your lessons this week in detail. Below are the resources and links you will need to complete the lesson. Enjoy! 

 

Phonics

 

In our phonics sessions, we personalise the learning to the specific groups and their learning needs in school. The lessons revisit tricky and common exceptions words as well as introducing new sight words and a new sound. Your child then progresses to reading (blending) and spelling words including their new sound, as well as reading and writing captions with their new sound.

This week your child’s teacher are revisiting previous work and assessing your child’s knowledge of prior learning to make informed decisions on their next steps in learning. Therefore, I have provided many interactive games and tasks for your child to do the same! You can enjoy these across the week to assess your child’s knowledge and secure skills for when they are ready to return.

 

Espresso Education

You can log in to our Espresso Education Software which offers phonic lessons, videos, games, sorting activities, stories and printable resources too. This video shows you what this software has to offer!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL5-xOY33oQ

Please use the login below and follow these instructions- use the toolbar to select-

 

KS1- ENGLISH-PHONICS-PHASE 2/3.

 

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize offer many short videos with blending tasks within them for your child to complete for Phase 2 and 3 phonics. You may want to revisit the videos for the sounds that your child may not know.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

Letters and sounds 

The letters and sounds website offer some links to free Phase two and three games for your child to enjoy. Some of them include answering short yes/no questions where your child is applying their reading skills and various real and nonsense games which prepare your child for their Phonics Screening Test in Year One.

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-3-games.html

 

Reading

This week Santa has set you a ‘read and draw’ Christmas challenge! Twinkl invites your child to read the Phase 3 caption and to add the drawing directed in the caption, such as ‘Santa has a long beard’. A phase 4 option has also been saved if your child is a confident reader.  

Encourage your child to segment the words and look out for the phase 3 digraphs! Perhaps your child could write their own captions for you to draw and complete? Enjoy!

 

Guided Task- if your child is beginning to read short CVC words an additional guided task has been added to your homepage. Twinkl invites you to cut and stick letters to create the Christmas word. This aids your child’s segmenting skills (breaking down of words) and blending skills (blending the sounds together to read the word).  

 

Phase 3 Task-Reading Comprehension with Sound Buttons.pdf

Phase 4 Task-Phase 4 Reading Comprehension with Sound Buttons.pdf

Guided Phase 2 Task- Christmas-cvc-words-cut-and-paste-activity.pdf

 

FREE READING

As your child is not receiving a school book during the isolation period, an excellent resources you can enjoy for daily, free reading is the Oxford Owl website. Your child can read books online appropriate to their age and level. Login in details are below-

 

Username:  daffodils/sunflowers                            Password: ockerhill

 

Mathematics

This week in school your teachers are assessing what you have learnt and retained during this half term. Lots of your recent learning has been based upon addition, subtraction and counting patterns. Your teachers have provided some Twinkl Maths Challenges to complete with your child.

 

These are Christmas worded problems and of course, your child should be using practical resources to complete them. A tens frame has been added onto your homepage for your child to add or subtract counters/blocks into, which is an excellent skill to apply.

 

 Christmas worded problems-Challenge Cards.pdf

Tens frame-Blank tens frame.pdf

 

Guided task- if your child is beginning to represent sets and count small sets to 10 Twinkl have also provided some Christmas set counting to enjoy with your child. Remind your child to touch count and say the numbers slowly out loud.

 

Christmas set counting guided task- Guided task set counting.pdf

 

You can also log in to our Espresso Education Software to recap prior learning and basic skills. The website offers Early Years and Ks1 videos, games, and printable resources! Access Year One learning by finding Ks1 Maths in the tool bar. There are also many 1-5 resources in the FOUNDATION section of the website too.

 

Login details below-

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

Christmas Crafts

Your teachers invite you to join them with some lollypop stick crafts this week! They have chosen some Christmas crafts to enjoy with the children, we hope you can join in too! Twinkl have provided some step by step instructions of two lollypop crafts which are saved below. You may want to research and create your own design, get creative and use your imagination!

 

Myself and your teachers would love to see your crafts so please send them to our home learning email so we can share in your fun! Enjoy getting messy!

 

Craft One instructions-Craft Task 1 Lolly-Stick-Christmas-Tree-Craft-Instructions.pdf

Craft Two instructions-Craft Task 2- Lolly-stick-nativity-christmas-craft-instructions.pdf

 

A Caribbean Christmas Celebrations 

In school this week the teachers and children are celebrating a Caribbean Christmas! Last year our school learnt all about Jamaica, and this year we are learning about Christmas in Barbados!

Your teachers have provided a lesson to teach us all about Barbados with Barnaby Bear! This is a such a fun, interactive lesson where you learn about the local food, weather, celebrations and you can even join in with some dancing! Here are some ideas of how you can celebrate-

 

-       Taste test some Barbadian food that is explained during the lesson! Yum! The BBC good food website  https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/tropical-breakfast-smoothie invites you to make a breakfast smoothie using the fruits of Barbados. There are also many other yummy recipes for your family to choose from!

 

-       Follow this step by step tutorial on how to draw and colour the Barbadian flag!  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-kayrczq9I

 

-       Listen to some Barbadian instruments and join in with some dancing (links are provided in the session)

 

 - Find out about one of the Barbadian famous animals, such as fruit bats, dolphins or flamingoes! Perhaps you could write some facts about the animal you find out about! Have fun! 

 

Well being- Yoga in a Winter Wonderland

Santa invites you to take on Twinkl’s ‘Yoga in a Winter Wonderland’ challenge! 

They have provided a lesson for you to act out many Christmas characters using yoga poses. You may want to play some calming Christmas music during this session.

The lesson encourages your child to use their imagination and apply their ideas to existing poses. We really hope you enjoy it!

 

Lesson-KS1 Christmas Yoga - Presentation.pptx

Yoga cards-KS1 Christmas Yoga - Activity Cards.pdf

 

Well being- Mindfulness 

Santa invites you to take care of your mental health this week. He asks, what is mindfulness?

We practice mindfulness routinely at Ocker Hill Infants. We know during our busy days at school we can always use our mindfulness toolkit to stay calm and focused. 

Mindfulness means paying full attention to something. It means slowing down to really notice what you're doing. Being mindful is the opposite of rushing or multitasking. When you're mindful, you're taking your time. You're focusing in a relaxed, easy way.

Cosmic Kids have provided a wonderful short session talking about what mindfulness is (saved below).

The video also offers examples of how to practice mindfulness.

Santa has provided some mindfulness colouring to practice focusing on one, calm task. We do this often at school in short bursts to refresh ourselves in preparation for the next lesson.

 

Hope you enjoy them! - Christmas-Themed-Mindfulness-Colouring-Sheets.pdf

 

Week Beginning 7th December 2020- KEEPING SANTA HEALTHY PROJECT! 

Hello everyone! Mrs Dutfield here!

Welcome to our 'Keeping Santa Healthy' Project week! Hope you are ready to help Santa! Your teachers have provided lots of resources so we can learn about Santa's challenges. They are all saved below! In Phonics and Maths this week there are many interactive games and tasks for you to enjoy which will help you to revisit and use prior skills of your previous learning this half term. If you need any further advice or resources, please contact Mrs Dutfield on the home learning email, and of course, don't forget to send your learning, messages and tasks for Santa to this email too! We will pass it onto the North Pole for you! Enjoy!

 

Phonics

In our phonics sessions, we personalise the learning to the specific groups and their learning needs in school. The lessons revisit tricky and common exceptions words as well as introducing new sight words and a new sound. Your child then progresses to reading (blending) and spelling words including their new sound, as well as reading and writing captions with their new sound.

This week your child’s teacher are revisiting previous work and assessing your child’s knowledge of prior learning to make informed decisions on their next steps in learning. Therefore, I have provided many interactive games and tasks for your child to do the same! You can enjoy these across the week to assess your child’s knowledge and secure skills for when they are ready to return.

Espresso Education

You can log in to our Espresso Education Software which offers phonic lessons, videos, games, sorting activities, stories and printable resources too. This video shows you what this software has to offer!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL5-xOY33oQ

Please use the login below and follow these instructions- use the toolbar to select-

 

KS1- ENGLISH-PHONICS-PHASE 2/3.

 

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize offer many short videos with blending tasks within them for your child to complete for Phase 2 and 3 phonics. You may want to revisit the videos for the sounds that your child may not know.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

Letters and sounds 

The letters and sounds website offer some links to free Phase two and three games for your child to enjoy. Some of them include answering short yes/no questions where your child is applying their reading skills and various real and nonsense games which prepare your child for their Phonics Screening Test in Year One.

 

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-3-games.html

 

Guided Reading 

This week Twinkl have provided a exciting, Christmas story ‘The Runaway Iceberg’ for you to share with your child this week. Share this story with your child, and if able, you child could read it to you! Pause at intervals in the text and encourage your child to predict what might happen next. Question, what is the setting of this story? Who are the main characters in this story? Is this story fiction or non-fiction?  Twinkl have provided tailored questions in a Guided Reading Lesson which is saved on your homepage. Your child should be practicing proving their answer using the text by using the text as evidence.

 

Story-The-runaway-iceberg-story-powerpoint.pptx

Guided Reading Lesson- Guided Reading Lesson.pptx

 

Task- Twinkl have provided a sequencing task -The-runaway-iceberg-story-sequencing-activity.pdf, sequencing is an essential skill and allows a child to prove their understanding of a text by re telling the story using appropriate language. Your child will cut and order the story pictures wand while they do so, encourage your child to re tell that part of the story using clear, full sentences. If they are unable to do this, model the sentence back to them. This is an excellent speech and language opportunity.

 

If your child is not a fluent reader, a guided task has been saved onto your homepage- Make-a-cardboard-tube-penguin-activity.pdf. This activity invites your child to make their own penguin from the story. They can use the penguin they make to act out some short story scenes. After making the penguin, re read the story and see if your child can remember the text and some of the story language! Have fun!

 

FREE READING

As your child is not receiving a school book during the isolation period, an excellent resources you can enjoy for daily, free reading is the Oxford Owl website. Your child can read books online appropriate to their age and level. Login in details are below-

 

Username:  daffodils/sunflowers                              Password: ockerhill

 

Mathematics

This week in school your teachers are assessing what you have learnt and retained during this half term. Every day your child completes a ‘Snappy Maths’ session where your teacher encourages your child to recall previous maths skills and number facts. This aids your child’s fluency and confidence in their work. I have provided lots of ideas and interactive games and tasks for your child to complete! If there is a particular skill your child struggled with this week, please contact Mrs Dutfield on the home learning email and I can also send some tailored, additional tasks and ideas to support your child’s understanding. Enjoy!

 

Espresso Education

You can  log in to our Espresso Education Software which offers mathematic lessons, videos, games, sorting activities, stories and printable resources too.  Please use the login below and follow these instructions- use the toolbar to select-

 

KS1- MATHS.

 

You can then select from many key skills such as addition and subtraction, one more one less, counting groups, shapes, and many more!

 

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

Snappy Maths revisit resources-

 These are some additional resources for your child to enjoy that would be included in their Snappy Maths sessions-

 

Counting in 2s, 5 and 10s with Jack Harttman- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8CEOlAOGas

 

One more One less game with Topmarks-  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/chopper-squad

 

Addition to 10/15/20 Robot game with Topmarks-  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/addition/robot-addition Allow your child to use practical resources for this task. You may want to provide your child with a tens frame which is saved on your homepage. Your child can add practical resources to this frame and ‘count on’ from 5 or 10 to find the answer.  

Tens frame-Blank tens frame.pdf

Keeping Santa Healthy Project! 

Challenge One- Healthy Eating

 

In Year one this week the children are joining in with the ‘Keeping Santa Healthy’ challenge!

In this lesson your teachers have prepared a lesson to explore healthy eating for you to help Santa! -Healthy Eating Infants.ppt

BBC Bitesize have provided a video to share with your child about how eating food that isn’t nutritious may affect your body, through a child friendly story! https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zrd4d2p

You can also log in to our Espresso Education Software which offers Ks1 videos, games, sorting activities, stories and printable resources, all about healthy eating and hydration! J  Access P.E in the Ks1 tool bar. Login details below-

 

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

Task - Your teachers have provided a healthy lunchbox drawing frame where you can design Santa a healthy lunchbox, for while he is delivering presents! - Creating a healthy lunch box for Santa Monday.pdf

Remember to send your ideas to our home learning email so we can send them to the North pole! 

 

Challenge Two- Physical Exercise 

 

In Year One this week the children are joining in with the ‘Keeping Santa Healthy’ challenge!

In this lesson your teachers have prepared a lesson to explore the importance of physical exercise! The lesson shares lots of information with you and your child and asks you to join in with some questions, challenges and active games, so get ready! - Importance of exercise Tuesday.ppt

Task- On Espresso Education Software, if you access P.E in the Ks1 tool bar there are many physical challenges your child can join in with! For example, there are physical challenge, street dance and keeping fit information videos to enjoy!

 

Login details below-

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

Challenge Three- Keeping our mind healthy

 

Santa also wants to learn a lot more about to stay emotionally healthy. This is so important because being Santa is quite a stressful job! Can you learn more about mental health today? Twinkl have provided a short lesson to explain what mental health means- Mental-health-awareness-powerpoint.pptx

Your teachers have also provided a reflection sheet for you to complete with your child to think about how you will stay emotionally healthy over Christmas time. It breaks the parts of our lives down into sections and asks us to think about how we fulfil these needs. Perhaps there is a part of your life that can be neglected sometimes? Santa would love to know, and perhaps he can help - t-lf-255448-keeping-a-healthy-mind-at-christmas-activity-sheet.pdf

Week beginning 30th November 2020

Hello everyone! Mrs Dutfield here, I hope you enjoyed your Year One home learning page last week. Below this message is the overview of what you would be learning in school this week and the activities you can do at home. Below are all the resources, games and links too, mentioned in the overview. They are split up into subjects to make it easier for you to follow. This week in school your teachers and friends are getting ready for Kipper the dog's birthday party! They are writing instructions to play a party game and exploring capacity by making party punch. Have fun! Don't forget to send your work to our home learning email which is noted at the top of your page. We would love to see your work! 

Phonics

In our phonics sessions, we personalise the learning to the specific groups and their learning needs in school. In Year One their phonic sessions are split into two groups per class. If your child is not able to identify their next sound/their group, please email the home learning account so myself and your teachers can direct you to the correct group work. The lessons revisit tricky and common exceptions words as well as introducing new sight words and a new sound. You child then progresses  to reading (blending) and spelling words including their new sound, as well as reading and writing captions with their new sound. 

Share the power point lessons with your child.  Mrs Dutfield’s voice is added to the lessons to aid pronunciation. You may want to split this up across the week or repeat the lesson everyday so your child can read the text carefully and eventually, read with fluency. Your child then has two tasks to complete across the week-

 

Group 1

Phase 4 flashcard words game Cvcc-and-ccvc-words game.pptx

Phase 4 yes or no questions game Yes or no questions read and answer.pptx

Tricky words recall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMoj8GMk2TA

Phase 4

Task 1: I Spy game activity sheet I Spy and Read Activity - Phase 4 Set 1.pdf

Task 2: Select a caption sheet, can your child read the captions and match them to the correct picture? 

Read phase 4 captions activity.pdf

Task 3: real and nonsense online game (Dragons Den)

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-4-games.html

 

Group 2

Two lessons provided with Mrs Dutfield Voiceover

long oo/ short oo sounds

Group 2 Lesson 1.pptx

Group 2 Lesson 2.ppt

 

Task 1: long oo board game with instructions Group 2 task 1 Mission to the Moon Board Game.pdf

Group 1 Task 1 Mission to the Moon Board Game Instructions.pdf

Task 2: cut and stick matching short oo activity Group 2 task 2 Look for the Right Book Activity.pdf

 

  Twinkl Live lesson is also available with more ‘oo/oo’ tasks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI81ZZVmsJU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hz3pXgWnjw4

 

Guided Reading

This week Twinkl have provided an exciting Christmas story called ‘A Christmas Collar’. Guidance on how to read this with your child is detailed above in the overview. 

Task- Twinkl have provided a Guided Reading Lesson where your child interacts with the text. Encourage your child to answer the questions posed in full sentences and encourage them to ‘prove their answer’ by finding the information in the text.  Role play masks have been saved onto your homepage for your child to act out the story. Role play is an essential skill and allows a child to prove their understanding of a text by re telling the story using appropriate language. Also saved are some ‘talk cards’ which ask further questions for your child to answer. You may want to write these down and place them in a bag or hat for your child to choose from as a fun speech and language game!

 

A Christmas Collar story-A Christmas Collar Story.ppt

Guided Reading Lesson-Guided Reading lesson.pptx

Role play masks-Guided Reading Role-Play Masks.pdf

Talk cards-Guided Reading Talk Cards.pdf

 

FREE READING- as your child is not receiving a school book during the isolation period, an excellent resources you can enjoy for daily, free reading is the Oxford Owl website. Your child can read books online appropriate to their age and level. Login in details are below-

 

Username:  daffodils/sunflowers                                  Password: ockerhill

 

English Lesson 1 and 2- writing party game instructions

This week Year One are getting ready for Kipper the dog’s birthday party!  Last week the children started to learn about instructions. In school, across every year group, we have a consistent way of writing instructions. We write instructions using the same section headers, just in a little more detail as we progress through school! These headings are; title of instructions, what we will need, how to make/play/do it (using bossy verbs to instruct) and finally, how you know it has worked. For example, finally take off the blindfold and have a look how close you were.

 

In the overview above there are tasks, games and lessons explained in detail. Please read this guidance. The resources for your child to use in both lessons are saved below.

 

English lesson-English Writing Instructions Lesson Party Games.pptx

Instructions poster-Instructions poster for writing.pdf

Pin the tail on the donkey game to play-Pin-The-Tail-On-The-Donkey.pdf

English task-Writing frame for instructions.pdf

Guided task-Guided writing instructions task.pdf

Mathematics Capacity Party Punch

This week your child will be exploring measurement through capacity. The children will be making party punch using squash, by applying their knowledge of full, half full and empty.

Capacity is the amount that something can hold. BBC Bitesize offers some wonderful, child friendly videos that explore the language of capacity https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zt9k7ty/articles/zp8crdm

 A Capacity lesson has been provided for you to share with your child. This explores the everyday language of comparing capacity such as full, empty, nearly full etc. Encourage your child to answer the questions posed using accurate language.

Task- your teachers would like you to make some party punch with your child in preparation for Kipper’s Birthday Party! A very short recipe has been added to your homepage. Some Twinkl challenges have also been saved to your homepage which you can enjoy with your child to explore the mathematical language of capacity and challenges your child to order capacity. Further details on how to support your child with these tasks are detailed above in the overview. 

 

Capacity Lesson-Capacity Lesson.pptx

Party Punch Instructions-Party punch instructions.pdf

Twinkl Capacity challenge-Twinkl capacity challenges!.pdf

 

Well being- Friendship 

This week in R.E Year One are exploring fable stories. David and Jonathan is a bible story which explores friendship. Twinkl have provided a story for you to share with your child! Pause at intervals and encourage your child to predict what might happen next. Explore the key word ‘moral’. What is the moral of the story? You may want to ask-

·         What did Jonathan do to help David?

·         What do you think might have happened if King Saul had found out what Jonathan had done?

·         How was Jonathan’s life different because of David’s actions?

Task- your task today is explore friendship. What does it mean to be a good friend? Ask your child to select a friend they have. How do they support their friend? This can be discussion based or your child may prefer to make a poster! 

 

David and Jonathan Story-David and Jonathan.ppt

 

R.E The Christmas Story

In school this week Year One are learning about the importance of Christmas for Christians. This week the teachers are sharing the Christian story of Christmas, celebrating the birth of baby Jesus.  Your teachers have provided the Twinkl story for you to share with your child.

 

Cebeebies have shared a sand drawing video clip of the Christmas Story  https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/stories/lets-celebrate-christmas-story to share with your child.

BBC Bitesize also offer a more detailed Ks1 version of the story too  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks1-the%20christian-story-of-the-first-christmas/z7fp382.

 

As you read the story encourage your child to re tell the story sections as this will help them with their sequencing task today. Can your child explain why Christmas is so important to Christians? 

 

Story-The christmas story.ppt

Sequencing Task-nativity sequencing.pdf

Task- Your teachers invite your child to sequence the Christmas story. Can your child act out the story once they have ordered the story pictures? Your child may want to prove their answers by looking again at the text.

 

Handwriting 

First begin with a fine motor warm up, this will help the muscles in your fingers and wrists get stronger! Twinkl have provided a video of five exercises to try :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM7aI3RlH4A

Handwriting task- Some video lessons from Mrs Dutfield are now attached to your home screen to begin exploring One Armed Robot Letters. You can use a spare notepad to follow this lesson and practice your letters.

 

Mrs Dutfield Lesson - One Armed Robot set 2.MOV

 

Science

In school this week the children and teachers are exploring materials through their topic of Light and Dark. They will be conducting an experiment this week, very exciting! They are exploring which materials light can travel through. As a result, they are exploring the scientific vocabulary of transparent, translucent and opaque. BBC Bitesize provides a child friendly starter video to explore these new key words https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z3mb9qt 

Twinkl have provided a lesson which poses questions and challenges to your child. Collect a torch or shine a light (through a phone etc) for your child to experiment too. The lesson will pose challenges and questions for your child to investigate, Encourage your child to make predictions before they experiment to find the result. Making predications is a key part of drawing scientific language from your child. Model the language to your child if they are not yet secure, i.e. ‘I think you will see light through this’. You may reply, ‘Explain a bit further to me. Do you mean the material is transparent, translucent or opaque? What does that word (they selected) mean?’.

Your teachers invite you to join in with the experiment at home! Twinkl have provided an experiment task for your child to enjoy. Your child collects the sorting items and tests the materials translucency to sort them into ‘opaque’ or ‘translucent’ categories. Remember to ask your child to make a predictions and justify their opinion before experimenting.

 

Science Lesson-Science lesson.ppt

Experiment and sorting task-Science task Transparent-Or-Opaque-Sorting-Activity.pdf

 

Physical Challenge!

 

Warm up- Use the Go-Noodle stretch and warm up video to help you and your child warm up their muscles before their physical challenge. This is set to dance movements to make it really enjoyable! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhfkYzUwYFk

 

Task- Cosmic Kids invite you to share some Christmas themed yoga! This is saved below. 

 

Among many other reasons, Yoga can:

  • helps children manage their anxiety
  • improves children's emotional regulation
  • boosts children's self-esteem
  • increases children's body awareness and mindfulness
  • enhances children's concentration and memory
  • develops children's strength and flexibility 

Week beginning 23rd November 2020

Hello everyone! Mrs Dutfield here, I hope you enjoyed your Year One home learning page last week. Above this message is the overview of what you would be learning in school this week and the activities you can do at home. Below are all the resources, games and links mentioned in the overview. They are split up into subjects to make it easier for you to follow. This week in school Year One are learning about Money, writing instructions for Kipper's Birthday party and the fable of David and Goliath. Enjoy! 

Phonics

Please see the overview above to read about your child's phonics learning today. Your tasks, websites and resources to complete these tasks are below. Have fun! Share the Twinkl power point lessons with your child.  

Mrs Dutfield’s voice is added to the lessons to aid pronunciation. 

Group 1

Two lessons provided with Mrs Dutfield Voiceover

Phonics Group 1 Lesson 1.ppt

Phonics Group 1 Lesson 2.ppt

Task 1: Match the words to the chairs game (ure, air, er) Group 1 task 1.pdf 

Task 2: Summer fair labelling activity Group 1 Task 2.pdf

 

Group 2

Two lessons provided with Mrs Dutfield Voiceover

Group 3 Lesson 1.pptx

 Group 2 Lesson 2.pptx

 

Task 1: ai blending board game to play!  Group 2 Task 1 game.pdf

Twinkl Live lesson is also available with more ‘ai’ tasks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQiYGq2f91s

 

Task 2: ee outdoor game, enjoy! Group 2 Task 2 - outdoor game.pdf

Twinkl Live lesson is also available with more ‘ee’ tasks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BO6vfDiLVo

 

Guided Reading

This week Twinkl have provided a warming, winter story called ‘Ten Little Lights’. Please see the overview above for lots of guidance on this lesson! 

Task- Twinkl have provided a Guided Reading Lesson where your child interacts with the text. Encourage your child to answer the questions posed in full sentences and encourage them to ‘prove their answer’ by finding the information in the text.  A sequencing task has been saved onto your homepage. Sequencing is an essential skill and allows a child to prove their understanding of a text by re telling the story using appropriate language. Also saved are some ‘talk cards’ which ask further questions for your child to answer. You may want to write these down and place them in a bag or hat for your child to choose from as a fun speech and language game!

 

Ten Little Lights Story-Ten-little-lights-story-powerpoint.ppt

Guided Reading lesson-Guided Reading Lesson.pptx

Sequencing task-Guided Reading Sequencing.pdf

Talk Cards Game-Guided Reading Talk Cards.pdf

 

 

 

English Lesson One and Two

This week Year One are getting ready for Kipper the dog’s birthday party! They are starting to learn about instructions. In school, across every year group, we have a consistent way of writing instructions. We write instructions using the same section headers, just in a little more detail as we progress through school! These headings are; title of instructions, what we will need, how to make/play/do it (using bossy verbs to instruct) and finally, how you know it has worked. For example, eat your tasty sandwich! 

Mrs Dutfield and your teachers have prepared a lesson for you to share with your child. Discuss the information slides and questions that may be posed. Remember to have a look at the instructions poster saved onto your homepage, as this clearly shows the sections when writing instructions.

 

Please see overview above for the description of tasks. Tasks and lessons are saved below-

 

Lesson to share with your child-English writing Instructions Lesson.pptx

Instruction Poster-English - instructions poster.pdf

Sequencing Task Lesson One-English 1- Cut and stick - How to Make a sandwich.pdf

Word Bank-English Word bank for spelling.pdf

Missing Words task- English Task- making a sandwich missing words.pdf

 

Mathematics Money Lesson One

Today your child will be exploring Money. Your teachers have prepared a lesson alongside Twinkl, to explore recognising coins. Children can do this by sight and often use the numbers on the coins to help them recognise the coin and compare the value of coins. During the lesson please have a set of each coin in front of your child for them to interact with as they continue through the challenges. Can your child name the coins? Can they say which coin has the most value? I.e. which coin would I be able to buy more sweets with?

Task- Your teachers would like your child to cut and stick the correct name/value to the correct coin. Explore the difference between the £ and p sign. This is explained in the lesson provided. The Espresso Money game allows you to order the value of coins. Logins are below…

Espresso Education: http://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/index.html

Username: student30211                    Password: ockerhill

 

Lesson-Money Lesson One.pptx

Recognition Task-Money 1- Coin recognition task.pdf

 

Mathematics Money Lesson Two

 

Today your child will be moving their learning on and counting sets of money. The key skill in this lesson is for your child to recognize the coins and count using counting patterns (times table groups) such as counting in twos to find the total of a set of 2ps. They may also use their knowledge of tens and ones (place value) to add a 20p and 2p together. The lesson shows you how to complete this with your child. The lesson should build upon existing skills your child already knows. 

Task- Your teachers have provided a counting sets activity sheet for your child to complete based upon Kipper’s Birthday Party. The tasks in the document vary in difficulty. Please choose the activity which is appropriate to your child which are explained below-

·         Task one- counting pennies (sets to 10)

·         Task two- using counting patterns and simple place value such as 10p and 2p

·         Task three- is a challenge where your child secures their understanding of what the ‘£’ value means

 

Lesson- Lesson Two Money.pptx

Counting sets task-Money Counting Sets Task.pdf

 

R.E David and Goliath 

This week in R.E Year One are exploring fable stories. David and Goliath is a bible story which explores faith in God and courage in yourself. Twinkl have provided a story for you to share with your child! Pause at intervals and encourage your child to predict what might happen next. Explore the key word ‘moral’. What is the moral of the story? You may want to share the Crossroads Kids Club video version of the story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zLAcUZkxHA.

Task- your task today is explore the traits of bravery and courage. David had to out his faith into God and was so courageous against the huge Giant, simply relying on his faith. What does bravery mean? How can you show courage? Discuss with your child a time where they had to be brave.

Find a dark bag which your child wouldn’t be able to see inside. Put a range of everyday objects inside and invite your child to put their hand into the feely bag and retrieve the objects, Explain there could be anything inside the bag! This is a test of their bravery and courage. Refer to the story throughout, how do you think David felt?

 

David and Goliath Story-david-and-goliath.ppt

 

Christmas Crafts

In school Year One are beginning Christmas Crafts! Your teachers invite you to join in with some Christmas Crafts to make at home. Linking closely to instruction reading and writing in English, Twinkl have provided a simple craft activity instructions, based upon the ‘Ten Little Lights’ Guided Reading story. The instructions are saved onto your homepage, don’t forget to send photos to our home learning email!

 

Activity village also offer many Christmas Crafts that you can enjoy with your child during the festive period  https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/christmas-crafts. Enjoy!

 

Christmas Craft Instructions-Ten-little-lights-snowflake-decorations-craft-instructions.pdf

 

Handwriting

First begin with a fine motor warm up, this will help the muscles in your fingers and wrists get stronger! Twinkl have provided a video of five exercises to try :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM7aI3RlH4A

 

Task - Some video lessons from Mrs Dutfield are now attached to your home screen to begin exploring One Armed Robot Letters. You can use a spare notepad to follow this lesson and practice your letters. All lowercase letters fall into four families: Curly Caterpillar letters, One Armed Robot letters, Ladder letters and Zig Zag monster letters. Remember to look carefully at where the letter is placed on the line. Is the letter an ascender or descender? 

 

Handwriting Lesson from Mrs Dutfield-One Armed Robot set 1.MOV

 

Well Being Thanksgiving 

At Ocker we enjoy learning about the history, traditions and celebrations of the world around us. This week America will be beginning their Thanksgiving celebrations. This is an American celebration to say thanks for the Harvest and for the year ahead. Twinkl have provided a lesson to share some facts with your child about the history of this celebration. 

Task- this is the perfect time for you and your family to reflect upon what you are thankful for! Make a poster at home and encourage your child to draw pictures and complete some sentences about what they are thankful for! 

 

Thanks giving Lesson- Thanksgiving Assesmbly Presentation.ppt

 

Physical Challenge

Warm up your bodies with a dance warm up! Get those muscles warmed up and stretched and those heart rates pulsing. Can your child describe how their body has changed following the workout? Begin by completing the GoNoodle challenge! Follow the actions on the video- there are many other videos too if your child would like to explore more!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhfkYzUwYFk

Task- Twinkl provides a fun dance lesson based upon the story Aliens Love Underpants. It encourages your child to make a series of shapes and use role play to pretend they are an alien!

The link to the story is here if you would like to share it together-  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADnAGBWlzqE

 

Alien P.E Dance Lesson-Dance Aliens Lesson.ppt

 

 

 

 

 

Week beginning 16th November 2020

Hello everyone! Mrs Dutfield here, I hope you enjoyed your Year One home learning page last week. Above this message is the overview of what you would be learning in school this week and the activities you can do at home. Below are all the resources, games and links mentioned in the overview. They are split up into subjects to make it easier for you to follow. This week in school Year One are learning about Thomas Edison and Coding in ICT. Year one are also think about Anti Bullying Week and how we can celebrate being unique, with the story 'Giraffe's Can't Dance'. Hope you enjoy your activities!

 

 Phonics

Please see the overview above to read about your child's phonics learning today. Your tasks, websites and resources to complete these tasks are below. Have fun! Share the Twinkl power point lessons with your child.  

Mrs Dutfield’s voice is added to the lessons to aid pronunciation. 

 

Group 1

Lesson 1-Group 1 Lesson one.ppt

Lesson 2-Group 1 Lesson two.ppt

Task 1: Match the words to the picture Group 1 task 1.pdf

Task 2: use a pretend phone and encourage your child to read the ‘code words’ from the phone book provided

Group 1 task 2.pdf

 

Group 2

 

Lesson One-Group 2 Lesson 1.pptx

Lesson Two- Group 2 Lesson 2.pptx

Task 1: sh puzzle blend and spell task Group 2 Task 1.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFVQEppqXCA Twinkl Live lesson is also available with more ‘sh’ tasks!

 

Task 2: reading matching activity- Moth Match Group 2 Task 2.pdf

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tGYGsWFsfI Twinkl Live lesson is also available with more ‘th’ tasks!

 

Guided Reading

This week Twinkl have provided a wonderful story called ‘The Bear Who Came to Babysit’. Share this story with your child, and if able, you child could read some sentences to you! Pause at intervals in the text and encourage your child to predict what might happen next. Question, who are the main characters? What is the setting? Why do you think this character did this? How do you think this character is feeling and why? Your child should be practicing proving their answer using the text by using the text as evidence. 

Task- Twinkl have provided a Guided Reading Lesson where your child interacts with the text. Encourage your child to answer the questions posed in full sentences and encourage them to ‘prove their answer’ by finding the information in the text.  A sequencing task has been saved onto your homepage. Sequencing is an essential skill and allows a child to prove their understanding of a text by re telling the story using appropriate language. 

Story of ‘The Bear Who Came to Babysit’ -The-bear-who-came-to-babysit-story.pdf

Guided Reading Lesson - The Bear Who Came to Babysit Guided Reading Lesson.pptx

Sequencing task - Sequencing cards Guided Reading.pdf

 

English

Today your child will be writing some sentences to tell the story of Kipper’s Birthday Party. In school, the children will be using their Boxing Clever frame to re tell the story, which uses the same sections on our boxing clever boards in our classrooms. The sections include; who, where, next, why, what goes wrong, who helps, where last, feelings (of the characters at the end of the story). To help you re tell the story, a boxing clever frame has been completed for your child to follow. Your child also has a word mat to use to aid spelling.

Your child will use the boxing clever to write the story, so for example their first sentence may use the ‘who’ and ‘where’ boxes. Your child may write “One day, Kipper the dog was in his house. It was his birthday the next day so he was making party invitations”.Encourage your child to orally say their sentence out loud before writing. This will help your child to assess if the sentence makes sense, with your help. While writing your child can use the word bank or book to aid spelling of keywords, but most of their sentence they can use their understanding of phonics to help them. A phonic sound mat has been attached to your home page to aid their understanding.

 

**This task should be shared across two working days. This helps your child’s concentration and the advised time for your child to be completing a task is 15 minute bursts.

If you feel this task is too tricky for your child, encourage your child to act out the story using the boxing clever story map. Can they recall story language and re tell the story using full sentences? Your child also has a Guided Task to complete which is saved on your homepage.

 

Kipper's Birthday Party Story- Kipper's Birthday party story.pdf

Boxing Clever Story Map to aid writing- Kippers party boxing clever story template to follow.pdf

Word Mat- Kipper's birthday word mat .pdf

Phonic Sound Mat-Sound Mat for Writing.pdf

Guided Task- Guided Task Writing Kipper.pdf

 

Mathematics Doubling 

In Year One this week the children are learning how to double and halve.  In this session the children are learning about doubling, which is the initial skill of multiplication (2X Table) which your child will explore further, later in the year. Please see the overview above for guidance on this lesson! 

Doubles Lesson- Doubling Lesson.ppt

Doubles Task- What is a Double Activity Sheet.pdf

Doubles Challenge! - Doubles Challenge!.pdf

Hit the Button  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button where your child selects the correct answer against a timer!

Twinkl also offer a live lesson on Doubling and Halving which you may want to explore with your child - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RnT2Ww5fIlc

 

Mathematics Halving 

In Year One this week the children are learning about halving, which is the initial skill of division which your child will explore further, later in the year. The Twinkl Lesson below offers your child a visual understanding of halving and what that means in a practical way. Please see the overview above for guidance on this lesson! 

 

Halving Lesson-Halving lesson.ppt

Halving Task- Differentiated Halving Hippo Activity Sheets.pdf

Parent (answers)- PARENTS Halving Hippo Answer Sheets.pdf

BBC Bitesize everyday halving video-  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z6bq6sg.

 

History

Last week your child began their topic of Light and Dark in Science. In Year One your child will be learning about significant figures as part of their History Curriculum. Your teachers have provided a Twinkl lesson to share facts about Thomas Edison, linking in with their Light and Dark topic. Share the lesson with your child and pause at intervals to assess your child’s understanding.

 

Bedtime Stories Collection-  offer a short video of Thomas Edison facts too to share  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FB3dCGSSkQw 

 

Netflix Jr-  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1lKwZTtzIY which offer a funny video about his invention of the lightbulb!

 

History Lesson-Thomas-Edison-Light Bulb Lesson.pptx

History Task- History Thomas Edison Task.pdf

Your teachers have provided a timeline task to complete. You child will cut and stick the pictures on the timeline appropriately to see the progression of using fire, to the lightbulb in the home.

 

ICT Coding 

In Year One this week the children are learning about Coding in Computing. What is coding? Coding is when the computer programmer (person) gives the computer an instruction or programme to behave in a certain way.

BBC offers a child friendly video to explain https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMZFUnAgOqs, as well as DK Books video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMZFUnAgOqs.

In school the children will be exploring coding using Scratch Software. You can play a coding game where your child provides instructions to the Bee Bot Bee in order for them to complete a task such as collecting a doughnut! Remember- coding is when the computer programmer (person) gives the computer an instruction or programme to behave in a certain way, just like in the game!

Follow this link to enjoy some coding fun- https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/44519864

Handwriting

First begin with a fine motor warm up, this will help the muscles in your fingers and wrists get stronger! Twinkl have provided a video of five exercises to try :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM7aI3RlH4A

 Handwriting task

Some video lessons from Mrs Dutfield are now attached to your home screen to explore Curly Caterpillar Letters. You can use a spare notepad to follow this lesson and practice your letters. We ahve now moved onto SET 3 of Curly Caterpillar Letters. 

All lowercase letters fall into four families: Curly Caterpillar letters, One Armed Robot letters, Ladder letters and Zig Zag monster letters. Remember to look carefully at where the letter is placed on the line. Is the letter an ascender or descender?

 

Mrs Dutfield's Lesson- Curly Caterpillar set 3.MOV

Well being- Anti Bullying Week

 

In school this week the children are celebrating Anti Bullying Week. As part of this they are sharing the perfect story ‘Giraffe’s can’t dance’ which tells the story about an animal in the jungle who is truly unique. Gerald the giraffe and his friends learn how important it is to be unique and proud of your own special gifts. You can watch the story below! Task- your teachers have provided a tasks where you reflect upon your own gifts. Encourage your child to complete the sentence to explain their own talents and unique gifts. If your child finds it difficult to record work, simply discuss this subject with them. Perhaps they could draw what is special about themselves. 

Giraffes Can't Dance Task-Giraffes cant dance task.pdf

 

 

 

Physical Challenge! 

Twinkl have provided some Yoga warm up poses. They are modelled on Yoga Position cards. Can you and your child begin by modelling these yoga poses? Party Yoga-  As the children are learning the story of ‘Kipper’s Party’ Cosmic Yoga have provided a party themed yoga session. She models relevant yoga poses based upon the theme. the video is saved below. Hope you enjoy!  

Yoga Warm Up Cards- Yoga Movement cards.pdf

Week beginning 9th November 2020

Hello everyone! Mrs Dutfield here, I hope you enjoyed your Year One home learning page last week. Above this message is the overview of what you would be learning in school this week and the activities you can do at home. Below are all the resources, games and links mentioned in the overview. They are split up into subjects to make it easier for you to follow. This week in school Year One are remembering our soldiers who fought and still fight for us to keep us safe. This is called Remembrance Day. The children are also enjoying 'Children in Need Day' and have some fun craft and active activities planned. So, it is a very busy week! Hope you enjoy your activities!

 

Phonics 

Please see the overview above to read about your child's phonics learning today. Your tasks, websites and resources to complete these tasks are below. Have fun! 

 

Qu Lesson- Phonics lesson one qu focus.ppt

Qu task-Qu writing task phonics.pdf

Ch lesson- Ch Lesson.ppt

Ch Task- Ch blending activity - Phonics task.pdf

Twinkl Live lesson on full set of sounds- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfgpFd7R60I

 

Air ure er Lesson- Air ure er Lesson.pptx

Air ure er task-Sledges in the Snow air ure er writing task.pdf

Twinkl Live lesson on these sounds- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPNXaUy4T5s

 

BBC Bitesize website for blending in Phase 3, select the sound you want to work with- 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

Guided Reading

This week in school Year One will be celebrating ‘Children in Need’ and sharing lots of information upon how to help. Twinkl have provided us with a lovely Pudsey story to share and enjoy. Share the story with your child and pause at different intervals. Encourage your child to predict what might happen next. Ask your child the following questions as you read:

·         Who damaged Pudsey’s garden hose?

·         Where did Pudsey make cakes for a cake sale?

·         How did Pudsey get covered in cake crumbs?

·         How did Blush and Pudsey raise money for Children in Need?

 Can your child answer these questions orally, in full sentences? If you feel your child is able, they may be able to write their answers in a notepad. Added on to the homepage are some sequencing cards for your child to cut and order the story. Remember to ask your child to explain their choice, re tell that part of the story and as a challenge, find that picture in the online text. Happy reading!

 

Pudsey's Great Fundraiser Story- Pudsey's Great Fundraiser Story.ppt

Sequencing the story task- Pudseys Great Fundraiser sequencing cards.pdf

 

English 1- Boxing Clever 

This week in school something exciting is happening in Year One! The Year One ‘Let’s Party’ topic is being launched and the children are sharing their topic story ‘Kipper’s Birthday Party’. This is a funny story where Kipper the dog gets very confused when planning his birthday party!  Share the story with your child and pause at different intervals. Encourage your child to predict what might happen next. Ask your child the following questions as you read:

·         What time was Kipper’s birthday party beginning?

·         Why did Kipper need to deliver his invitations on the same day? What do you think might happen as a result?

·         How do you think Kipper felt when his friends didn’t arrive at his birthday party?

·         Describe Kipper’s dream, what happened? Have you ever had a funny dream?

·         Why did Kipper feel happy at the end of the story?

Today your child will be creating a story map of the Kipper’s Birthday Party story. In school, we call this Boxing Clever. The children re tell the story using the same sections on our boxing clever boards in our classrooms. Guidance on how to complete this task is in the overview, in detail above. Enjoy! 

 

Kipper's Birthday Party Story-Kipper's Birthday party story.pdf

Story map (Boxing Clever) template- Kippers Party boxing clever template.pdf

Pictures to cut and stick on template if needed- Story boxes pictures to cut and stick.pdf

Word bank to support spelling-Kipper word bank.pdf

 

English 2- Missing Words

In Year One this week the children are learning about the story Kipper’s Birthday party. Re read the text with your child, can they recall the answers to the question prompts from the previous day? In this session your child will be completing missing words

In this session your child will be completing a missing words activity. Use the text to help you if your child needs a little more support. A word bank is added to the activity sheet which gives your child the spelling and answers to choose from. Encourage your child to read the sentence and answer independently. Your child should be using the word bank to support their spelling. This is a really important skill in KS1 writing.

If the missing words task seems a little tricky for your child, there is a GUIDED missing words task to complete with an adult in your household. Encourage correct formation of letters and allow children to segment the words with as much independence as possible. For example, asks prompting questions such as, what sounds are in hat? H-a-t.

 

Missing Words Task-Missing words task.pdf

Guided Missing Words Task- Missing words GUIDED.pdf

 

Mathematics 1- Name and properties of 2D shapes

In Year One this week the children are learning about 2D shapes. Can your child recall any 2D shapes? Use the shape mat saved onto your homepage to assess their prior learning. Share the BBC Shape song to recall the 2D shapes, this is saved below. 

Share the Shape Lesson saved below. Mrs Dutfield’s voice has been added to this lesson for your child to listen to and interact with. Encourage your child to answer the questions posed to them. Your child will be naming and describing 2D shapes. Remind your child to use mathematical language when describing shapes, such as sides, corners and faces. Your teachers have planned a cut and stick activity where you identify the 2D shape. If you feel you are a green learner today and could complete this independently you may want to move on to the guess my shape loop cards game, where the adult reads the properties of a shape description and your child matches it to a picture of a shape.  

 

BBC Shape song- https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zhnvcdm

Shape lesson with Mrs Dutfield's audio- Shape Lesson 1 from Mrs Dutfield.pptx

Cut and Stick activity- Maths Shape Task Day One.pdf

Twinkl Guess My Shape Loop Cards Challenge- Shape loop cards game Day One.pdf

Shapes Mat for use in lesson-Shapes Mat.pdf

 

Mathematics Lesson Two- finding half of a 2D shape 

In the previous lesson this week, your child was learning about 2D shapes. Can your child recall the 2D shapes on the shape mat saved onto your homepage? Play a short Twinkl game of name the shape on your homepage and encourage your child to describe a shape on the screen.  Is your child able to describe the properties of the 2D shapes using mathematical language?

Childhood101 provides many hands on activities that you can choose to play with your child if they are not very confident yet! These activities include-

  • A 2D shape hunt around your house, can your child identify and draw in a notepad some 2D shape objects in your home such as a square window?
  • Making models of 2D shapes using lollypop sticks, pipe cleaners and play dough
  • Making 2D shape collages
  • Creating a feely bag to describe a mystery shape. This encourages your child’s description of properties

 Don’t forget to ensure your child describes their models using mathematical language to move their learning forward! 

 

Challenge- If your child is able to name the shapes, challenge your child to halve the 2D shapes. Symmetry allows children to find half of 2D Shapes accurately.  BBC Bitesize explore symmetry in a child friendly way, which may help your child to develop their understanding further. This is saved below. 

A Symmetry lesson and Kipper task has been saved onto the homepage for you to share with your child.

 Share the information and encourage your child to cut and fold the shapes to find the lines of symmetry. Can your child accurately halve the shape? Can your child find a quarter of a shape if confident?

 

Twinkl Game Guess My shape- Name the 2D shape quiz lesson two.ppt

Childhood101 link for practical tasks- https://childhood101.com/hands-on-activities-for-learning-about-2d-3d-shapes/ 

Finding Half lesson if your child is ready-Shape Lesson 2 Finding half.pptx

BBC Bitesize Symmetry- https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrhp34j/articles/z8t72p3

Shapes to cut and fold- Symmetry Cut and Fold shapes Lesson task.pdf

Kipper's finding half task (guidance above in overview)-Finding half a shape Kipper Challenge .pdf

 

History- Remembrance Day

In school this week we are learning about Remembrance Day. This day has been marked since the end of World War One to remember those who gave their lives for us. BBC offers a touching video which explains this important day at a child friendly level, saved below. 

Please share this video with your child and discuss why this date is so vitally important. In school the children will be marking the event with a two minute silence, perhaps this can be marked in your home too.

 Twinkl have prepared an information lesson all about Remembrance Day. Share this information with your child ask these questions to measure their understanding-

·         Who do we think about on Remembrance Day? Why?

·         Why do people wear poppies?

·         How long do we stay silent for on Remembrance Day?

Saved below is a simple sentence building activity for you to enjoy with your child. This can measure their understanding of what they have learnt. The children can use the word bank to create a write a simple sentences, such as ‘The soldier has a medal on’. This can prompt further discussion about Remembrance Day facts. Also saved are some simple poppy crafts for your child to make at home. Your child can then wear this or display this in your home on Remembrance Day.

 

BBC Video- https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/r-is-for-remembrance/zjypy9q

Twinkl Information Lesson-Remembrance day presentation.pdf

Simple sentence building- Remembrance day writing frame.pdf

Poppy Crafts- 

Poppy tracing for fine motor skills and colouring.pdf

Handprint wreath craft.pdf

Design a medal.pdf

 

Science- Sources of Light

In Year One this week the children are learning about Light Sources. What is a Light Source? How do we see? What part of the body helps us to see? Please share Mrs Dutfield’s lesson on light sources where you can hear my voice over for the lesson. Many learning clips are included in the lesson to aid your child’s understanding, saved below. 

The task in Science this week is sorting light sources and non-light sources. As your child is sorting ask them to explain their understanding. Does this object only reflect light? Such as the moon or a disco ball? Remember to refer back to the lesson if needed. If the sound option does not work on your link, please research the light sources with your child to find out more.

You child can either sort light sources using an activity sheet or use the game saved onto your homepage. If printing isn’t available in your home, ask your child to draw the light sources that they know. 

 

Mrs Dutfield's Sources of Light Lesson (Twinkl)- Sources of Light Lesson from Mrs Dutfield.ppt

Light sources prediction video-  http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zjkc87h

How our eyes work and how we see video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=syaQgmxb5i0

Sources of light cut and stick activity-Light sources task.pdf

Sources of Light sorting game- Light sources sorting game.pdf

 

Well being and PSHE

In school this week the children are celebrating ‘Children in Need’ day where we reflect upon what we have, how we are personally lucky and how we can help others who are not so lucky. BBC have provided an information power point on this special day for you to share with your child. This is saved on your home page. 

The BBC homepage will also tell you how you can get your families involved and offers Pudsey Craft ideas which is saved below. 

Twinkl have provided us with some fun activities to enjoy! A Pudsey mask to decorate and role play ideas have been added to the homepage, as well as the well-being daily kind acts challenge to enjoy with your children during the week. Remember, that during the day continue the conversation with your child about why we are celebrating today. You may want to ask promoting questions such as:

·         What are you grateful for?

·         Who are we helping today?

·         What children may need help? What is happening in their life that needs someone’s help?

 

BBC Children in Need Twinkl Lesson-Ks1 Information for Children In Need.pptx

BBC Homepage for Pudsey Crafts and information-https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0765c8h

Daily Acts of Kindness challenge- Daily well being and kindness challenges.pdf

Pudsey Mask- Pudsey mask to make and decorate.pdf

 

Physical Challenge!

First, listen to the Joe Wicks challenge with your child. How can you get involved with the Children in Need P.E challenge?  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ebYkXPq_G0

You can also watch Joe Wicks challenge on BBC Iplayer to follow his activities throughout the day!

Joe Wicks then provides a new warm up for you try as a family to warm up your bodies! Good luck!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbFqQarDM50

 

Twinkl have provided an active Pudsey game for you to play with your child. It is based on the ‘Simon Says’ game and involves the development of gross motor skills and Listening and Attention skills. The cards and instructions are saved on your homepage. If you are unable to print them, read them on screen. Have fun!

 

Guidance for game- Instructions for P.E game to play with your child.pdf

Game cards- Action Cards P.E.pdf

 

Handwriting- a video lesson from Mrs Dutfield 

First begin with a fine motor warm up, this will help the muscles in your fingers and wrists get stronger! Twinkl have provided a video of five exercises to try :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM7aI3RlH4A

Last week you recapped handwriting families. A video lesson from Mrs Dutfield is now attached below to explore Curly Caterpillar Letters. You can use a spare notepad to follow this lesson and practice your letters.

Next, take a look at the handwriting families’ poster. All lowercase letters fall into four families: Curly Caterpillar letters, One Armed Robot letters, Ladder letters and Zig Zag monster letters. The poster shows where the starting point is of each letter, shown with a red arrow. Use the writing frames to have a go at writing the Curly Caterpillar letters! Remember to look carefully at where the letter is placed on the line. Is the letter an ascender or descender?

 

Lesson from Mrs Dutfield, Curly Caterpillar Set One- Handwriting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week beginning 2nd November 2020

Hello everyone! This is Mrs Dutfield, and this is your Year One home learning page. Above this message is the overview of what you would be learning in school this week and the activities you can do at home. Below are all the resources, games and links mentioned in the overview. They are split up into subjects to make it easier for you to follow. This week in school Year One are enjoying Creative Week. They are also learning about Bonfire Night and the famous Gunpowder Plot event and also celebrating the Hindu Festival of Light 'Diwali'. So, it is a very busy week! Hope you enjoy your activities!

 

 Guided Reading

This week you are learning about Bonfire Night, so your teachers have decided to share some Bonfire Night Poetry with your class. You are all searching for rhyming pairs this week. See below the lesson and resources for you to join in! 

Topmarks Rhyming warm up game- http://www.literactive.com/Download/live.asp?swf=story_files/washing_line_rhyme_US.swf

Poem 1- Poem 1.pdf (Taken from Twinkl)

Poem 2-Poem 2.pdf  (Taken from Twinkl)

English Lesson 1

This week our school is celebrating the Hindu Festival of Light called 'Diwali'. As part of this your child will be learning the Diwali story of ‘Rama and Sita’. Below there is a BBC Teach video about the story and the story power point for you to share together. Your child will then be completing a sequencing task to order the story. An added challenge for confident writers is also saved below too. Enjoy! 

 

BBC Teach Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCNNwPaVIaU

Twinkl Rama and Sita story- Story of Rama and Sita.pdf

Sequencing Task- Rama and Sita sequencing English 1 Task.pdf

Twinkl challenge for confident writers- Early writing Rama and Sita Challenge.pdf

 

English Lesson 2

This week our school is celebrating Bonfire Night and so we are learning about Guy Fawkes and his dangerous plan! On your home learning page there is a Twinkl story power point below, of the famous Gunpowder Plot story. Share this story together and listen carefully! You will be completing a missing word activity to complete the sentences about this part of our history. If you feel this task is too tricky, there is a guided sequencing task you can enjoy with your child. BBC Bitesize have created videos and online games to help support your child’s understanding of the story and so that is saved below too! 

 

BBC Bitesize The Gunpowder Plot - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkj382/articles/zjsqbdm.

The Gunpowder Plot Story (Twinkl)- Guy Fawkes story .pdf

Missing Word English Task- Guy Fawkes Missing words task.pdf

Guided sequencing task to complete with an adult- The Gunpowder plot GUIDED task .pdf

 

Mathematics Lesson 1

This week in school year One are learning addition and subtraction and how to solve mixed problems. 

BBC Bitesize offer some videos to discuss the difference between addition and subtraction. This will prove very useful, as your child will be solving mixed problems today. The videos are saved below. Share the Addition and Subtraction Lesson with your child, discuss the questions posed and encourage your child to explain the difference between addition and subtraction. There are some tasks added to your home page, ranging in difficulty. Please select the task you feel your child is most capable of. Remember, your child can solve the problems by counting on and back in their head or using a ruler or a number line or can use something practical such as Lego bricks to solve the problems. Your child can also use an online 100 square grid game to solve the problems which is saved below too. A guided task is also saved for children working within 1-10. Enjoy! 

 

BBC Bitesize What is addition and subtraction? Videos - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwv39j6

Number Splat 100 square game- https://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/splat/splatsq100.html

Task 1-30 - Addition and subtraction task 1-30.pdf

Task 1-20 - Addition and subtraction task 1-20.pdf

Guided task 1-10 - Guided 1-10 Task.pdf

 

 

Mathematics Lesson 2

In the previous lesson this week, your child was learning about the difference between addition and subtraction and solving mixed problems. As a warm up, Sheppard Software have provided us with a fruit splat games, they are saved below. 

With your adult then access the Addition and Subtraction Problem Solving Lesson below, each page offers suggestions on how you could solve the problem. Get your notebook or paper ready! You have some addition and subtraction problems to solve. 

 

Addition game- https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math/addition/fruit-splat-game/

Subtraction game- https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math/subtraction/fruit-splat-game/

Addition and subtraction Lesson (edited from Twinkl)- Addition and subtraction problem solving lesson.pdf

 

Topic Lesson One- Diwali 

In school this week we are learning about the Hindi Festival of Light called ‘Diwali’. Cebeebies offers some excellent R.E videos to show how people celebrate Diwali and this web page is saved below. In school the children will be celebrating by taste testing, enjoying Diwali crafts and re-creating Rangoli patterns! Twinkl have provided a step by step guide on how to create a Diwali lantern to celebrate the festival of light! Read the instructions with an adult and enjoy some mindfulness colouring. If you cannot print this task, Activity Village offer many ideas on Diwali crafts too for you and your child to enjoy, the web page is saved below. 

 

Cebeebies R.E Diwali videos- https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/lets-celebrate-diwali

Step by step guide to make a Diwali lantern- Diwali Lantern step by step guide and resources.pdf

Activity village Craft Ideas- https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/diwali-crafts

 

Topic lesson 2- Creative week - Art

In Year One this week the children are enjoying ‘Creative Week’. They will be making a ‘Leaf Man’. Twinkl have provided a step by step guide on home to make one! It is a very simple and mainly requires lots of autumn leaves!

If you’re feeling especially ‘crafty’, the website Activity Village provide many ideas for Autumn Crafts for young children, the web page is saved below. Enjoy! 

 

Step by Step guide to make a Leaf Man- Leaf man craft.pdf

Activity Village craft ideas- https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/autumn-crafts.

 

Well being and PSHE Lesson - Bonfire Night

In Year One this week the children are learning about Bonfire Night. As part of this it is very important to follow Bonfire Night safety rules. On your Year One homepage a safety lesson from Firefighter Fred. Share this with your child and as a challenge, complete the Bonfire Night safety Quiz together! CBBC Newsround are offering some safety tips too, the video is saved below. In school your teacher is leading a circle time to talk about Bonfire Night safety. It is really important to stay safe around fire and fireworks. The Children’s Content Company have created a video which shares lots of ideas of how you and your family can celebrate Bonfire Night, this is saved below. Discuss the safety rules you see with your family. You also have a poster to decorate if you like! 

 

Safety lesson from Firefighter Fred - Bonfire Night Safety Lesson.pdf

Bonfire Night safety Quiz- Bonfire Safety Quiz.pdf

CBBC Newsround- https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/34710746.

Children’s Content Company video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8bqr4pCWac

Poster to share and decorate-Guided bonfire safety poster.pdf

 

Physical Challenge- Dance

 First begin with the Joe Wicks 5 minute warm up video! The link and guidance are added below. 

This week Year One have been learning about Bonfire Night. On your Year One homepage there are some dance and drama ideas and challenges for you to try all about fireworks and Bonfire night fun.

Justin Fletcher from Cebeebies has also made some instructions on CBBC School Radio and this link is saved below. He leads two lessons on building sequences for a firework dance and he leads a Catherine wheel lesson too! Just ask your parent to click on the link and ‘download’ the audio file from the school radio page.  Have fun preforming! 

 

Joe Wicks warm up- https://youtu.be/d3LPrhI0v-w

Twinkl Starry Skies Dance Lesson- Dance- starry skies firework dancing.pdf

CBBC dance lessons with Justin Fletcher- https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03g6tsp

 

Handwriting

First begin with a fine motor warm up, this will help the muscles in your fingers and wrists get stronger! Twinkl have provided a video of five exercises to try. This video is saved below. Next, take a look at the handwriting families’ poster. All lowercase letters fall into four families: Curly Caterpillar letters, One Armed Robot letters, Ladder letters and Zig Zag monster letters. The poster shows where the starting point is of each letter, shown with a red arrow. Use the writing frames to have a go at writing the curly caterpillar letters! 

 

Fine motor Warm Up from Twinkl - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oM7aI3RlH4A

Handwriting families poster- Letter formation poster.pdf

Curly caterpillar letter task- Curly Caterpillar Letter Formation.pdf

 

Phonics 

Our new sounds this week are: y, z, zz, qu, ch

Share the power point lessons with your child. You may want to split these up across the week as short bursts of learning can be really beneficial to your child’s stage of learning. Your child then has some tasks to complete across the week.

Share these BBC Bitesize blending videos with your child based upon the sounds above. These videos will encourage your child to segment and blend accurately.  using their 5 new sounds. 

Bitesize blending videos - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm

 

The Twinkl lessons and tasks your child's class will be sharing are saved below. Ensure your child reads the words in bold during the lesson, and tries the spelling and caption writing challenges using a pencil and paper at home! 

Lesson one- Phonics lesson one qu focus.pdf

Lesson two- Phonics lesson two ch focus.pdf

Phonic task one- Phonics Task 1 Jumbled Letters Activity Sheet.pdf

Phonic task two-I Spy and Read Phonics.pdf

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