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



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


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