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Hedgehog Class Homework 16.09.21

Hello Hedgehogs!
I hope that you have all managed to find your homework on Teams this week! Please find your year group below to see your instructions for your homework…
 
Reception – The Reception children have all been working really hard on learning some sounds in their phonics lessons over the last couple of weeks. To support this new learning, I’d like you to log in to your Reading Eggs account (login details etc. can be found in your green homework books). Please then go on “Fast Phonics” and complete the activities on Peak 1 & 2. Don’t worry about uploading anything to Teams because I can see what you’ve done from my account!
Year 1 – In Science this week, the Year 1 children have been learning all about keeping healthy. Their learning has included healthy eating and why we need to eat and drink, why we need to exercise and what happens to our bodies when we do exercise. We also talked about keeping clean – hand washing, showering/bathing, brushing our teeth etc.
Your task this week is to complete the attached sheet “Dear Alien”. Remember, you don’t need to print this sheet off at home, you can type straight onto the sheet and upload it to Teams or you can copy it all into your green homework books. If you write it into your homework books, please take a photograph of what you have done so that I can see what you’ve done. I will then be printing this work to stick into your science books in school.
Year 2 – The Year 2 children have been working really hard on their knowledge of place value in Maths over the last couple of weeks. We’ve really focused on learning all about tens and ones. It’s been tricky but we’re getting much more confident with it now! To support your learning this week, I’d like you to log in to your MyMaths account (login details etc. can be found in your green homework books). The tasks that I have set for you should come up on your screen. Don’t worry about uploading anything to Teams because I can see what you’ve done from my account!
Please also remember that you should try to read your school reading book at least 4 or 5 times this week and you’ve got your spellings from Mrs Johnson to learn. If you’d like something else to keep you busy, remember that you can log in to your Reading Eggs account any time and work your way through the games on the map.
Have a lovely weekend,
Mrs Farmer

Hedgehog Class – home learning 21st and 22nd January 2021

Hello Hedgehogs

All of your home learning tasks are now on TEAMS. Thank you everyone for joining us in our meetings each day and for accessing the tasks and activities that Mrs Farmer and I have put on TEAMS for you.

I am still learning how to use TEAMS myself, so please bear with me if I get something wrong! If anyone has difficulty accessing work or getting on to TEAMS please email us at school and we will try to help.

Thank you

Mrs Johnson

Hedgehog Class – home learning 21st and 22nd January 2021

Hello Hedgehogs

All of your home learning tasks are now on TEAMS. Thank you everyone for joining us in our meetings each day and for accessing the tasks and activities that Mrs Farmer and I have put on TEAMS for you.

I am still learning how to use TEAMS myself, so please bear with me if I get something wrong! If anyone has difficulty accessing work or getting on to TEAMS please email us at school and we will try to help.

Thank you

Mrs Johnson

Hedgehog Home Learning Friday 15th January 2021

Good morning Hedgehog friends.

Your tasks and TEAMS reminders for today are below.

If you have any questions or queries you can message me on TEAMS chat or email me at johnson.s@ruyton.shropshire.sch.uk.

From next week I hope to move to TEAMS for all of your lessons, activities, instructions and guidance. Please let us know of you are experiencing difficulty with TEAMS by emailing admin@ruyton.shropshire.sch.uk and we will try to help ready for this change, as activities/worksheets etc will very shortly stop being posted here.

Thank you

Mrs Johnson

Hedgehog Class Online Timetable – Friday

Reading 9AM – Please login to Reading Eggs to complete the challenge for the day.

Morning welcome – TEAMS MEETING AT 9.25AM

Phonics – 

RED group –  Watch the videos and join in with the songs! See if you can write the letters too.

PURPLE group – Watch and join in with the song to learn the phase 3 tricky words (words you can’t sound out)  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zr728xs Then have a go at learning to spell them.

GREEN group – Have a go at correcting some of the sentence on the sheets below. Someone has forgotten to use a capital letter at the start and for names, and a full stop at the end! Can you help them?

Full stops and capital letters

ORANGE AND YELLOW group – Play this online game (it’s free and you don’t need to login or sign up, just click on ‘single player’. The polysyllabic words you need to spell are shown on the left of the screen. You need to click on the snowflakes in the correct order to spell each word. https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games-11273.htm

Maths – 

Yellow and Orange group – Watch the video here  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwv39j6/articles/zx3982p and play the games to refresh your memory about number bonds.

Today I would like you to think of the different ways you can explore and record the same number bond. Have a go at the challenges on the sheet. The answers are provided if you need them.
There are also some word problems that use what you know about number bonds to 20 to find the answer. Don’t forget, you can use pasta, buttons or paper clips as counters to help you work out the answer. If you find this easy, please make up your own number bond word problems to 30 and see if someone at home can solve them. Make sure you know what the answers should be!

Green group – Watch the video here  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwv39j6/articles/zx3982p and play the games to refresh your memory about number bonds.

Then play the number bonds bus game with someone at home. The instructions are on the sheet. Remember, you can stop when you get to your square on the board and use 20 ‘counters’ to help you find the answer. For example if you landed on the number 14, take 14 counters away from your 20 and see how many are left. That is your answer. So it would be 14+6 = 20 or 20-14 = 6.

Purple group – Watch the video all about using number bonds to make 10 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pd2zVDrGHoc.

Now use the sheets below to see if you can use what you know about number bonds to solve the problems. You can draw objects and write numbers to help you find the answer for each word problem.

Purple Group 15.1.21

Red group –.Play the numbers quiz and watch the video here https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/znsj96f. The use the sheets below to help you remember numbers to 5.
English – TEAMS MEETING AT 11.00AM
All children – In our story, the animal friends seem to be trapped inside a crocodile’s mouth! You can see a picture of this if you click on the worksheet below.
There were some messages hidden in the creek, and if the animals had found and read them, they might not have got into such danger!
Have a look at the messages under the picture and see if you can read them. Can you draw a picture in your workbook to go with each warning?
Write your own warning notes to the animals telling them what they might need to beware of in a forest. You can type your work on to the worksheet on TEAMS and send it back to me, or write your sentences in your workbook and put a photo on Tapestry for me to see.

 

AFTERNOON WORK

On a Friday afternoon the children love doing yoga. Please follow the link to our yoga time video from Cosmic Kids Yoga. I hope you enjoy it!   https://cosmickids.com/video/yoga-time-jungle-safari/
On a Friday afternoon in class, the children complete any work they haven’t finished during the week. Once everything is finished, they have ‘Golden Time’ as a reward for working hard all week as we have a focus activity for the children to do during this time. So this afternoon I thought it would be lovely for you to have Golden Time, and I have put an activity below that I thought you might like to carry out – making biscuits! I’d love to see a photograph on Tapestry of your finished biscuits please. Biscuit making 15.1.21

End of day optional story  – TEAMS MEETING 2.30PM

Hedgehog Home Learning Thursday 14th January 2021

Hello Hedgehogs

I hope you have been enjoying the sessions you have had with Mrs Farmer on TEAMS this week. I hope to move completely to TEAMS very soon rather than putting the lessons here, so please have a look at TEAMS if you haven’t already done so and take part in our meetings there. You will also find the activities for each day on TEAMS.

Your tasks for today are on TEAMS as well as below…

Hedgehog Class Online Timetable – Thursday

Spelling – Please find your spellings for the week below.

CAN 14.1.21

SHOULD 14.1.21

COULD 14.1.21

TEAMS meeting 9.25AM to say hello!

Phonics – 

RED group Today you are revising the set 1 sounds of s a t i p n. Please find your video and activity here … https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2yf4j/articles/z4ycrj6

PURPLE GROUP – Please find your video and activity for your sound of the day  X  here… https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/z7p3pg8

GREEN group – Your session today is all about using a full stop and capital letter. Please find your video and tasks here… https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zv78jhv

ORANGE AND YELLOW groups – See if you can help Geraldine the Giraffe learn the ey sound here … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDruUMOtzZw … then colour the real and nonsense words on the sheet below. 

ey real and nonsense words

Music – TEAMS MEETING AT 10.00AM WITH MR BUTLER

Maths – TEAMS MEETING AT 11.00AM

Green, Yellow and Orange groups – Please watch the video here  vimeo.com/490879867 and then complete the worksheets. There is also a challenge activity if you’d like to compete it.

Y1 14.1.21

GYO challenge 14.1.21

Red group – 

Start your lesson by watching these number raps! There is one for each number to 5 for you to sing along to today. bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/playlist-number-raps
Then use the worksheet to count the number of objects in each group. How many are there? Can you write the numeral to go with them?
Now compare the sets on the picture cards- which has more objects? Which has fewer objects? There are questions a grown up can read to you about them too. You might also like to make sets of up to 5 objects using things from around the house, and use the question cards for them too.

Purple group –  Start your lesson by joining in with the CBEEBIES number raps for number 11 to 20! bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/presenters-number-rap-11.

Then use the challenge cards below to see if you can find the total number of objects in each group. Record your answers using a number sentence. You don’t need to print the challenge cards out and you could use objects you have at home to recreate the numbers in each group to help you find the answer.
English – all children – We are using the story ‘Let’s All Creep Through Crocodile Creek’ by Jonny Lambert for our literacy work for the next few weeks, You can watch and listen to the story being read here,,, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4f830yTT_MI. Don’t worry though, it’s not bedtime!
When Shelley and the other animals were crossing the creek they had to:
  • balance on the ‘bridge’
  • clamber through the thorns
  • swing and jump through the vines
  • hop across the creek
Can you show someone at home as you can balance, clamber, swing, jump and hop? Design and build an obstacle course in your house or garden that you can use to balance, clamber, swing, jump and hop to cross an imaginary creek. You might be able to think of other words to describe the movements you make as you pretend to cross crocodile creek too!
Take some photographs of your obstacle course and of you using it and put them on to Tapestry for me to see.
On a piece of paper (or in a workbook) draw a picture of your obstacle course. You can label the different parts and write sentences to tell me about how you use each obstacle to cross the creek. Please put a photo of your work on to Tapestry

AFTERNOON WORK

Reception children On a Thursday afternoon in class, Reception children would have ‘Child Initiated Play’. That means that the children can choose an activity from a range of tasks including those that have been selected and prepared for them. Child initiated play supports children’s development in many ways, including language, mathematical, creative and imaginative learning and developmental skills. It also enables them to learn from first hand experiences, encouraging them to choose how to use their resources and to find and put away the things they want to use.

Your child might have a favourite activity they would like to do at home this afternoon, such as lego, jigsaws, drawing or playing outside. They might also like to make a finger puppet of the characters in our story this week ‘Let’s All Creep Through Crocodile Creek’. A video to show you how you could make a finger puppet is below. Don’t forget to show me what you did on Tapestry!
Year 1 Geography
What facts and information can you remember about the UK? Make a leaflet to show me what you have found out.
Have you ever been to any of the places in the UK that they visit on the video? Have you been to other places in the UK?
On a map of the UK (one is provided below if you need it), try to find out where the places you have visited are in the UK and mark them on the map. You might even have some photos or information leaflets from your visit. If you do, get them out and have a look through them with someone at home to remember what it was like and what you did there.
Year 1 History
Can you label the different parts of the car? (sheets below) Choose the sheet you would like to use.
Find a picture of a car online that Henry Ford might have driven (such as the Model T Ford). Draw it in your book and label the different parts.
How is it the same or different to the cars we drive today? Do they have the same parts? Why do you think that is?

End of the day optional story – TEAMS 2.30PM

 

Hedgehog Home Learning 13.01.2021

Good Morning Hedgehogs!

It was so lovely to see more of you yesterday on our live chats. I hope that I’ll get to see some more faces today as well! Here’s your suggested timetable for the day:

Hedgehog-Class-Timetable-13.01.2021

English

Think of the three characters in the story “Let’s All Creep Through Crocodile Creek”. Make up your own character that might want to cross Crocodile Creek. What is their name? Where are they going? How will they get there? Year 1, you should write a series of sentences to tell me about your character. Reception, you can write some labels and a short sentence to tell me about your character.

Maths

Yellow, Orange & Green Groups

Use everything that you have learnt so far this week to answer the questions on the worksheet. Some of them are tricky but do your best! Please photograph the work that you have done and upload it to either the relevant file on TEAMS or to Tapestry if you are not sure how to do this yet.

Maths 13.01.2021 Yellow, Orange & Green Group

Purple Group

Use everything that you have learnt so far this week to complete the addition to 20 worksheets. You can choose your own level of difficulty.

Maths 13.01.2021 Purple Group

Red Group

Watch the video:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzgt8/numberblocks-series-1-two

Draw some groups of 2 things. For example, draw 2 circles, draw 2 cars, draw 2 houses and so on.

Phonics

Red Group – Log on to Reading Eggs and go on Fast Phonics. Select Peak 1 and complete levels 1, 2, 3 & 4. (s, a)

For the rest of you, we’re going to have a go at doing some small group sessions on Microsoft Teams for you today. Please do not do your phonics activities until after our online session.

Purple Group – Online at 11.00

Follow the link below, watch the video and then click on the orange arrow below to complete the activity, (w). https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zmnbnrd

Phonics 13.01.2021 – Purple Group W

Green Group – Online at 11.15

Short “oo” sound.

Phonics 13.01.2021 – Green Group Phoneme Spotter Worksheet

Yellow & Orange Group – Online at 11.30

Alternative pronunciation of “ey”.

Phonics 13.01.2021 Yellow and Orange Group

Reading

Snuggle up and read a book with an adult. You could read to them or they could read to you. Just enjoy a story and talk about it. If you haven’t done your Reading Eggs activities from yesterday then please also complete these.

PE

Wednesday afternoons are usually our PE Lesson. Complete a Joe Wicks workout like the one in the attached link or go for a nice long walk or bike ride.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSi2ix1i180

Join us online at 2.30 for an end of the day catch up and story time as well.

I’m so proud of you all for the way you are adapting to our new way of learning. You are helping me out so much by listening to instructions and learning to “mute” and “unmute” yourselves when we are on Teams. What a special bunch of children you are!

See you later,

Mrs Farmer x

Phonics Play

Morning All! We’ve come up against a tech problem already this morning I’m sorry. The Phonics Play link doesn’t seem to be working for the yellow and orange group. I’ve tried updating the website link but it still doesn’t seem to be working. If you search for Phonics Play Cheeky Chimps in your browser or search engine, you should be able to find it that way. Log in details are:username: jan21

password: home

Thanks,

Mrs Farmer

Hedgehog Home Learning – 12.01.2021

Good Morning Hedgehogs! It was so lovely to see so many of you online for our sessions yesterday. If you didn’t make it yesterday, please do your best to join us today.

Here is today’s suggested timetable for you:

Hedgehog-Class-Timetable-12.01.2021

Phonics

Red Group – Log on to Reading Eggs and go on Fast Phonics. Select Peak 1 and complete levels 3 & 4. (a)

Purple Group – Follow the link below, watch the video and then click on the orange arrow below to complete the activity, (v).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zmp3pg8

Roll and Read Mat – roll a dice and see if you can read all of the words that are on the line that matches the number on your dice.

Phonics – 12.01.2021 – Purple Group

Green Group – Phase 3, Week 7 –  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zh828xs  follow the link, watch the video and click on the orange arrow below to complete the activity, (ure).

Choose one of the worksheets below to complete.

Phonics – 12.01.2021 – Green Group

Yellow and Orange Group – Phase 5, Week 14 – alternative pronunciation of “e” – be, she, me. Go on Phonics Play and play the alternative pronunciation game. Make sure that you select “e”

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5/cheeky-chimps

Maths

Yellow, Orange & Green Groups

Watch the video:

https://vimeo.com/490879463

Watch the video and complete the worksheet. Please photograph the work that you have done and upload it to either the relevant file on TEAMS or to Tapestry if you are not sure how to do this yet.

Maths – 12.01.2021 – Yellow, Orange and Green Groups

Purple Group

Go through the PowerPoint and write your answers into your books.  Please photograph the work that you have done and upload it to either the relevant file on TEAMS or to Tapestry if you are not sure how to do this yet.

Maths – 12.01.2021 – Purple Group

Red Group

Watch the video:  https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzgt8/numberblocks-series-1-two

Draw some groups of 2 things. For example, draw 2 circles, draw 2 cars, draw 2 houses and so on.

RE

Whole Class Online session – Recap the story of Creation with the children on the PowerPoint. Children should use materials from home e.g. cardboard boxes, plastic bottles etc. to make something from the story e.g. a fish or a particular animal.

Then discuss the following: Was it easy to create your model? Was it alive when you had finished? Why not? Explore the idea that Christians believe that God is the giver of life, giving life to all living things

Reading

Red & Purple Group – Spend some time on Reading Eggs and work through the levels.

Yellow, Orange & Green Group – Log on to Reading Eggspress and complete the assignment that I have set for you.

Forest School

Today we would have been going to Forest School. Today instead, I would like you to take a little bit of time to look at the trees in our area. Go for walk with your adults. What do you notice about the trees? Do they all have leaves or do just some of them have leaves? Take some photos of the trees that you find so that we can look at them again in Spring and compare how they have changed. You can upload the photos to Teams or Tapestry so that we can keep them safe for you and see what you have found.

Join us at 2.30 for an optional end of the day catch up and story time on Teams.

Have a lovely day all and I look forward to seeing you on Teams later!

Mrs Farmer x

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Hedgehog Home Learning 11.01.2021

Good Morning Hedgehogs! I hope that you’ve all had a lovely weekend and that you have managed to do lots of lovely things with your families at home. This week we are going to be moving onto TEAMS for our learning which I am really excited about as it means that we can see each others faces and have a chat albeit online. Please bear with us as we all get used to this new way of learning. We will be having our first video call today at 9.25am. If you’re struggling to join us, please let us know ASAP and we’ll try and help you as quickly as we can. I’ve attached a suggested timetable below which outlines our video call times for today and how you might like to fit your learning around those.

Hedgehog Class Timetable – 11.01.2021

All of your activities are uploaded to TEAMS today under the “Monday Lessons” channel but I will put them all on here as well just in case you’re struggling to access them. Again, please let us know if you are struggling to find them on TEAMS and we’ll help you remotely.

Phonics

Red Group – Log on to Reading Eggs and go on Fast Phonics. Select Peak 1 and complete levels 1 & 2. (s)

Purple Group – You are now ready to move on to Phase 3! Follow the link below, watch the video and then click on the orange arrow below to complete the activity, (j).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zv3cy9q

Green Group – Follow the link, watch the video and click on the orange arrow below to complete the activity, (air).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zj39382

Yellow & Orange Group – Alternative pronunciation of “e” – be, she, me. You already know “e” as in “egg” but now you are ready to learn the other way of saying it! Sort the words into two groups depending on which sound the “e” makes.

T-L-5523-Alternative-Pronunciation-Of-E-Sorting-Game

Maths

Yellow, Orange & Green Groups – Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/490879063

Complete the questions as you go along. If you would prefer to use the PowerPoint, please use the attached file. Please photograph the work that you have done and upload it to either the relevant file on TEAMS or to Tapestry if you are not sure how to do this yet.

11.01.2021 – Spring1.2.1-Add-by-counting-on-activity

Purple Group – Go through the PowerPoint and write your answers into your books. Please photograph the work that you have done and upload it to either the relevant file on TEAMS or to Tapestry if you are not sure how to do this yet.

11.01.2021 – Purple Group Maths

Red Group – Watch the video: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzzns/numberblocks-series-1-one

Walk around your house and find 1 of different objects. E.g. find 1 pencil, find 1 chair and so on. Ask an adult to either take a photo or video of you doing it and upload it to either Microsoft Teams or to Tapestry.

English

We’re going to start our English lesson on TEAMS today. Please join us at 11.00 to listen to the story that we are going to be using for our English work, to join in with a couple of practical activities and for me to explain your task to you. If you can’t make it to our 11.00 lesson, please use the PowerPoint to read the story. And complete the task relevant to your group.

Red Group – Talk about how the characters might be feeling or what they might say. Ask an adult to video what you have said.

Purple Group – Children choose to be one of the animals and write a word, caption or simple sentence in a speech bubble to describe how they might be feeling or to demonstrate what they might say.

Green, Yellow & Orange Group – Children write a sentence for each animal in different speech bubbles to describe how they might be feeling or to demonstrate what they might say.

English – 11.01.2021 – Speech Bubble

Please share all of your work with us by uploading a picture of it to either Microsoft Teams or to Tapestry if you’re not sure how to do this yet.

Afternoon Activities

Reception – Think of some questions that you would like to find out the answer to about Transport this term. Ask an adult to share these questions with me on Tapestry and I’ll plan some activities to help you find out what you want to know.

Year 1 – Science – In science this term, we were going to be learning all about materials including how to describe different materials scientifically, how to sort and group materials, how to test materials and what different materials are used for.

Collect some objects made from different materials from around your house (e.g. wooden clothes peg, plastic clothes peg, rubber, metal paper clip, cardboard, pebble, foil, plastic toy, piece of fabric, duster, sponge). Handle to objects and describe them. What are the objects made from? You could either talk about this or draw the object and label it with what material it is made from.

Go on a materials hunt around your house and record what you have found using the sheet attached. If you are unable to print at home, you can write your own headings and make a list of what you found under the relevant one.

t-tp-427-different-materials-hunting-activity-sheet_ver_1

2.30 – You are more than welcome to join us at 2.30 on TEAMS for an end of the day catch up, for the children to have the opportunity to share anything that they have done with us and for me to read them a story to end the day if you would like to.

Make sure that you take as many breaks as you need to throughout the day. This is a strange and potentially difficult time for us all and you need to look after yourselves. If you need any help with anything, please let us know and we’ll do whatever we can to help you. You can contact us via the school office, email address or via the “Ask for Help” channel on TEAMS.

Looking forward to seeing you all!

Mrs Farmer

Hedgehog home learning 8th January 2021

Hello Hedgehogs!

Hopefully we will begin today with a TEAMS meeting at 9am so that we can all say hello to one another.

I hope you had a good day yesterday and enjoyed the tasks I set for you. Remember, as long as you are trying your best I will be very pleased! We know that learning at home is very different to learning at home, so try not to worry if you’re not sure or can’t do something. I’m still here to help so please ask your parents to let me know if you’re struggling. All of the activities are there for your parents to support you with, and they can adapt them to suit you and your needs if they would like to.

Please find below your tasks and activities for today. If you need a workbook to do these in please let us know and we will put one out for you to collect from school.  You DO NOT need to print the worksheets, all of the activities can be done using the sheets as a guide and then do the work in your book. If you can put some photos on to Tapestry for me to see what you have been doing that would be wonderful!

You can email me on a Thursday and Friday too if you need anything explaining – johnson.s@ruyton.shropshire.sch.uk.

Keep safe and see you soon!

Mrs Johnson

English

In our book of the week, we are finding rhyming words and making lists of other words that rhyme with them too.

Can you make a list of words that rhyme? How many words can you think of for each list? They can be real or nonsense words, as long as they rhyme with the first word in the list!

Red group – please do cat, dog and pen on page 1.

Purple Group – please do pages 1 and 3.

Green group – please do pages 2 and 4.

Rhyming words activity

Yellow and Orange Group – You have a rhyming word jigsaw today. You might also like to make a list of other words which rhyme with each piece. Rhyming word jigsaw

Maths

Red Group – Please practice forming your numbers to 5 Numbers to 5 formation

Purple Group – Our work today is all about finding ‘one more’.Play this game using a dice and a coin for a counter. You can make it harder by using two dice and adding dots to each square to create bigger numbers! One More Than Game

Green group – Use the blank and shaded number sticks to help find different ways of making 20. The final sheet is for those children who would like a challenge!

Number bond sticks to 20

Orange and Yellow Group – Can you find the number bonds to 20 using the part part whole model? The whole is 20, and one part has been given to you. Can you find the other part so that the whole is 20? If you would like a challenge, there is an extension sheet too.

Part part whole number bonds to 20

Phonics

Red Group – Please practice writing your name and learn about the letters in it and the sounds they make.

Purple Group – Can you read these nonsense words? Phase 2 nonsense words

Green group – Sort the ‘er’ words in to real words and nonsense words Phase 3 er words

Yellow and Orange Group – read the words and see if you can break each word down into smaller parts (syllables) for example thundering is thun, der and ing  Polysyllabic words

History

In history we are going to be finding out about Henry Ford. In your work this week, can you find some pictures of Ford cars? Either draw them or print some out to glue in your workbook. Look at this information about Henry Ford. Afterwards, can you tell an adult something you remember about him and what he did?

Who was Henry Ford

Geography

We are going to be finding out about North America over the next few geography lessons. Using a globe, map or the internet, can you find North America? Where is it? Where is it near? Is it big or small? Have you heard of any of the big cities there, or any famous American people?

Is North America where you live? Can you find England on a map or globe? Make a little booklet to show where you live. You can include the name of your country (UK and England), roughly where abouts you are in that country (i.e Shropshire). Draw a picture of your house and say what the name of the town/village you live in is called. Draw a picture of the people you live with and say who they are. You can use this booklet if you would like to. Where am I on the map

Reading

Choose a lovely book and snuggle up with an adult or your favourite teddy/doll. Share the book together and talk about what happened in the story. Look carefully at the pictures – what is happening in each picture? Can you use them to retell the story in your own words? Choose five words from the story and learn to read them by sounding out, or know if they are tricky words and cannot be sounded out.

 

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