Summer Term 2021

Please find below the Curriculum Newsletter that shows what the children in Year 1 will learn in Class 1 and Class 2 during the Summer Term.

Year 1 Curriculum Newsletter Summer 2021

Please note that we will continue to set homework and communicate weekly on Google Classroom.

Homework and Spellings

The spellings for Summer 1 are:

Year 1 Spellings 202021 Summer 1

week 1, week 2,week 3, week 4,week 5,Week 6

Reading 

Please continue to read daily with your child. The children have the individual readers sent home, Bug Club Reading books set to your child’s reading level and a weekly library Book.

Library changing day is Monday in Class 2 and Friday in Class 1.

Bug Club letter

Spring Term 2021

We are setting home learning using this tab and Google Classroom. The two platforms mirror each other. The children have their own login details and password. Click links below for further information.

Google classroom

Google Classroom Parent letter

How to login to my google account

How to hand in your work

Activities will be scheduled for daily release on Google Classroom however the full week of home learning will generally be posted on the Year 1 home learning tab in advance.

Daily revision

Phonics

There are also e-reading activities at:

Oxford Owl

Class name: books100 Class password: class2

Weekly revision: Complete 1 or 2 pages a week.

Handwriting letter families workbook

Number formation to 100

Homework

Spellings

This terms spellings are Year 1 Spellings Spring 2

To practice please use the look, cover, write check sheets below.

week 1 week 2week 3week 4week 5week 6

Week beginning 1st March 2021

Please find the resources below for this week and thank you for your continued support with home learning. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Rhyme of the week

Please use the video to help you to learn this rhyme for us to sing together at our Google Meet on Thursday at 11am.

Monday 1st March

English:

Watch the story “Penguins make bad pirates.” Why do they make bad pirates? What should a pirate do? Draw a picture of yourself as a pirate, find out your pirate name by taking the CBBC quiz and write about what you would do if you were a pirate.

 

Worksheet- If I were a pirate

What Be Yer Pirate Name Quiz

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics: Learn more about measuring length today with WRM.

Worksheet- Measure Length 1

Reasoning- Measure Length 1

History:

Christopher Columbus path finding allowed more people to explore the Americas and the Caribbean, including pirates. Watch the videos at the webpage link from the National Maritime Museum and then scroll down to look at the different “Pirate Objects.” Tick off any you find in the National Maritime Musuem’s collection and draw and label any that are not included on the sheet.

National Maritime Museum Sea Pirates

Worksheet- Pirate Artefact Hunt

Google Meet:

Class 2 with Mrs Haigh at 1.30pm.

Class 1 with Mrs Kowal at 2pm for Pirate Pug Chapter 3.

Tuesday 2nd March

English:

Watch the video from Shipmate Kowal and make predictions about the Night Pirate story. What do you think will happen in the story? Can you write something using clues from the front cover of the story. Also have a go at the buried treasure phonics game.

Worksheet- Predicting about the Night Pirates

Activity- Y1 Buried Treasue Words

Phonics: Miss Rahman introduces you to the new phoneme ‘ire’

 

Mathematics:

WRM would like us to start learning how to measure with a ruler today. Use the activity sheet set for you by Miss Rahman to take your learning further. You will need a cm ruler.

Measuring in cm

Geography:

Sailing the oceans is difficult to navigate. Learn about the seven continents and five oceans today with Miss Rahman. Label your own map, create your own ship and take it for a journey around the world. If you have a globe at home think carefully about the Pacific Ocean- where does it stretch from and to?
Extra Challenge- Can you watch one of the Go Jetters episodes from each continent and mark them down in your Go Jetters Around the World Booklet?

Worksheet- Labelling Continents and Oceans of the World

Activity- Ship Paper Model

Names of the 7 continents and 5 oceans (Crib Sheet)

Activity- Go Jetters Around the World

Wednesday 3rd March

English:

Listen to the story of the Night Pirates. Compare the setting of Tom’s Bedroom with your own bedroom. You only need to use p1 or p2 of this worksheet. For an extra challenge find out about a message in a bottle and write your own. You could use the worksheet provided to write on, make a message in a bottle using a bottle and paper from home or use the paper model craft to complete this task.

Worksheet- Tom’s bedroom night pirates

Worksheet- Message in a bottle

Activity- Message in a Bottle

Phonics: Daily Revision Video

Mathematics: Join WRM for more work on using a cm ruler to measure length.

Worksheet- Measure Length 2

Reasoning- Measure Length 2

P.E.:

As a school we subscribe to real PE see the link below to show you how to login and select activities then find your login details on the Class 1 or Class 2 sheet. Once you are logged in select Key Stage 1 and then choose a pirate activity for this week.

Jasmine PE Class 1

Jasmine PE Class 2

REAL PE Link

Don’t forget Google Meet for World Book Day- dress as a pirate or mermaid or seaside clothes! Thursday at 11.30am

Thursday 4th March

World Book Day is today and our timetable is full of exciting things to do to celebrate!
English:

A treasure hunt around the house. Parents please write simple instructions on the clue cards and hide the treasure. The first clue could be Under the table for younger readers draw a picture clue to go with the clue or pair them with a willing older sibling. Use the treasure map to draw where you found the treasure in your home.

Pirate Treasure Hunt

Worksheet- Pirate Map

Phonics: Captain Haigh will teach you today’s pirate sound ‘ear’ ‘hear with your ear’

 

Maths:

WRM are teaching us to add lengths today. A skill every pirate needs.

Worksheet- Adding Lengths

Reasoning- Adding Lengths

Google Meet at 11.30am: Join Captain Haigh and Shipmate Kowal for an adventure on the high seas.

Art: Join Author/Illustrator Andy Sanders to learn to draw pirates and Pirate Ships.

 

WBD Whole School Challenge has been introduced to you by Miss Bell: Get out those potatoes and decorate them as your favourite book character.

 

Each year on World Book Day the teachers engage in a classroom swap to share our favourite stories so this year we are joined virtually by…

 

Friday 5th March

Spellings: After yesterday’s excitement, join Captain Haigh for your spelling test today.

English: Listen to the story again of The Night Pirates and think about your favourite character. What might Tom and the Night Pirates be saying to each other?

Worksheet- Night Pirate Characters

Worksheet- Night Pirates Speech Bubbles

Phonics: Use the Daily Revision Video.

Mathematics: Subtracting lengths with White Rose Maths.

Worksheet- Subtracting Lengths

Reasoning- Subtracting Lengths

Science:

Today’s mission is to find out more about different ocean life using the developing experts mission. Don’t forget the narration button can help to read all the information for you. Then complete the worksheet.

Developing Experts Ocean Life Presentation

PDF Handout ocean life sheet

Week beginning 22nd February 2021

Welcome back to the new half term and thank you for your continued support with home learning.

Please find the resources below for this week. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Rhyme of the week

Please use the video to help you to learn this rhyme for us to sing together at our Google Meet on Thursday at 11am.

Monday 22nd February

English: To start off our new curriculum work this term on the oceans and our story work this week on Sharing a Shell, I would like you to make your own rock pool.

Instructions- Paper plate crab

Paper craft- starfish

How to make a paper plate seashell

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics: White Rose Maths have an activity to help you learn more about comparing lengths.

Record Sheet- Comparing lengths

Challenge- Comparing Lengths

Science: Our topic work this half-term is all about the different oceans which are habitats for different plants and animals. Sometimes we call this our Blue Planet. Today you are going to work through the Developing Experts presentation with a grown-up. Switch on narration to hear the words and the songs. Learn what a habitat is. The song words are displayed below. Complete the habitat sheet and if you have time try a woodlice experiment.

Developing Experts Habitats Film

Song 1 Living things and their habitats

Habitats worksheet

Class 2 Google Meet will be at 1.30pm with Mrs Haigh.
Class 1 Google Meet will be at 2pm with Mrs Kowal: Chapter 2 of “Pirate Pug.”

Tuesday 23rd February

English: Watch the video about rock pool creatures and read the information on the powerpoint before writing some fact files about rock pool creatures.

PowerPoint- Rock Pool Creatures

Y1 Worksheet- Rock Pool Creature Fact File

Phonics: Miss Rahman is introducing your new sound of ue-come to the rescue.

 

Mathematics: Join White Rose Maths for the Comparing Heights Activity.

Record Sheet- Comparing Heights

Geography: This half term we are going to learn to be a special type of earth detective called a geographer. Geographers like to find out about our planet; mapping out places and finding out about people and communities. Watch the video story “Me on the Map” and begin to think about your place on our planet. What is your map? Use the worksheet to make a flip book- it starts with the title page and ends with the Earth. Challenge: Can you make a map of your street?

MeontheMap

Wednesday 24th February 

English: Mrs Kowal is reading the story of “Sharing a Shell”, if you have a copy of the story please follow along and then use the rock pool worksheet to label some vocabulary that can be found in the story. Can you add definitions for some of the words on the last worksheet.

Y1 Worksheet- Rock Pool Word Map

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics: Comparing Lengths and Heights from White Rose Maths.

Worksheet- Compare Lengths and Heights

Reasoning- Compare Lengths and Heights

Computing: We are using Purple Mash today for our computing work. Mrs Haigh has set up a 2Do called 2Go . When you start the program look for the word ‘challenges’ and click. Challenge 1 asks you to use your arrow keys to guide the fish to the treasure. Click once to move the fish one space either forwards, backyards or right or left. Remember to type your name on the bottom of the sheet before you start your challenge. When you complete Challenge 1 move on to Challenge 2. You are now controlling a car and need to drive first to the bank and then the hospital. This time you have numbers. When you instruct the computer first click a direction and then the correct number of squares. Remember to type your name again at the bottom before you start. Exit the game after Challenge 2. You can now use direction keys correctly.

P.E.: As a school we subscribe to real PE see the link below to show you how to login and select activities then find your login details on the Class 1 or Class 2 sheet. Once you are logged in select Key Stage 1 and then choose a pirate activity for this week.

Jasmine PE Class 1

Jasmine PE Class 2

REAL PE Link

Thursday 25th February

English: Miss Rahman is using our story this week to teach you a little about spelling the days of the week. Can you begin to spell the days of the week correctly in your writing?

Crib Sheet- Spellings for days of the week

Worksheet- Sharing a Shell sentences with the days of the week

Phonics: Mrs Kowal is teaching you the au phoneme today.

 

Mathematics: White Rose Maths have an activity to work on around the house- measuring length at home.

Activity- footprint printable

Activity- Measuring the length of a room using a foot

Worksheet- Measuring around the house

Join us for Google Meet at 11.30am.

History: To complete our work on Neil Armstrong, we have to learn more about another explorer in the past. Today we are finding out about Christopher Columbus.

Powerpoint-The Story of Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus information

Christopher Columbus worksheet

Friday 26th February

English: Listen to the story again and retell or write another adventure for Crab. Blob and Brush.

 

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Spelling Test: With Mrs Haigh.

 

Mathematics: Listen to the story from Mrs Kowal “How Long is a Whale” and complete the ordering by size activity. For the measuring length using cubes you will need some standard unifix or multilink cubes or use the printable version attached.

Activity-Sea Creature Size Ordering

Worksheet- Unifix Cubes Printable

Activity-How Many Cubes Sea Creature Length

Art/DT: To prepare for our pirate work next week make a pirate hat or a pirate mask to use as your costume for our Google Meet next week on Thursday 4th March as part of our activities for World Book Day.

Instructions- How to make a pirate hat

Week beginning 8th February 2021

Good morning everyone, thank you for all the support with home learning. Please find the resources below for this week. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Rhyme of the week

Please use the video to help you to learn this rhyme for us to sing together at our Google Meet on Thursday at 11am.

Rhyme of the Week Poster

Monday 8th February

English:

Create your own alien words using the name an alien worksheets. Take this further by naming and describing the aliens too.

Worksheet- Name the alien Phase 3

Worksheet- Name the alien Phase 4

Worksheet- Name and describe an alien

Phonics:

Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics:

Join in with the counting in 2s activity from White Rose Maths

Worksheet- Counting in 2s

Worksheet- Count in 2s home learning

Science:

ADULT SUPPORT REQUIRED. Follow the lesson on absorbency and test some materials in water.

Oak Academy- Absorbent Materials

Workbook- Absorbent Materials

Class 1 and 2 Google Meet Storytimes are this afternoon. Please check Google Classroom for details from Mrs Kowal and Mrs Haigh.

Tuesday 9th February

English:

Gather the alien words you have created over the past two weeks and join Mrs Kowal for an introduction on writing an alien word poem.

Worksheet- alien poem template

Phonics: Mrs Kowal is introducing you today to the phoneme ‘oa.’

 

Mathematics: More counting in 2s activity.

Worksheet- Count in 2s

Reasoning- Count in 2s

Computing:

Today is Safer Internet Day. The theme this year is whether we can trust everything that we read or see on the internet. There is a video story about Digiduck to watch with a grown up and discuss. Then on Purple Mash there is an e-mail under the tab Alerts for the children to reply to Wise Owl. After they could play some more Purple Mash Games under the tab Home. This is a safe platform for children and they like making pictures in the art section or playing games.

Digiduck video

Wednesday 10th February

English:

Listen to our new story this week “Aliens in Underpants Save the World” and write about key parts of the story.

Worksheet- Sequencing the story

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics: Join in with the counting in 5s activity from White Rose Maths.

Worksheet- Count by 5s hands

Worksheet- Count by 5s

Worksheet- Count in 5s home learning

P.E: Join in with our last dance of the term by dancing with aliens.

Let’s Dance: Meet the Aliens.

RE: Religious Education: Salah is an important pillar of Islam. Listen to the music on the first video that calls Muslims to prayer. The video is quite moving and important to Islam as a sung Adhan. Find out about the importance of prayer in Islam using the second video.

 

Muslim Prayer: Salah

Worksheet- Observations about Salah

Thursday 11th February

English: Today we are looking for rhymes in our new story. If you have a copy of the book take a look for yourself whilst Mrs Kowal introduces some of them to you. Or grab another rhyming story and look for the rhyming words.

Worksheet- Identify rhymes

Google Meet for Year One: Today 11.30am

Phonics: Mrs Haigh is teaching you all about the new phoneme ‘ew’ today.

Mathematics: Continue learning about counting in 5s with White Rose Maths.

Worksheet- Count in 5s

Reasoning- Count in 5s

History:

To conclude our work on Neil Armstrong, timeline some of the key events in Space Travel.

Powerpoint- Space Travel Timeline

Activity- Space Travel Fact Cards

Worksheet- Space Travel Timeline

Friday 12th February

English: Write a new adventure for the Aliens in Underpants.

Worksheet- Write a new adventure for the aliens in underpants

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Spelling Test:

Complete your spelling test with Mrs Haigh.

 

 

Mathematics: Investigate patterns with 2s, 5s and 10s.

Number Cards- PRINT PAGES 9 TO 18 ONLY

Investigation- 2s, 5s and 10s

Design Technology:

As a big end of half term project- enjoy a drawing session with author and illustrator Andy Sanders, design your own moon buggy and make a buggy using junk materials.

Y1-2 Design a Moon Buggy

How to make a moon buggy

Have a restful half term everyone.

Week beginning 1st February 2021

Good morning everyone, thank you for all the support with home learning. Please find the resources below for this week. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Week

This week is mental health week. Our activities are still linked to our curriculum this half term but follow the 5 steps to mental wellbeing:
1. Connect with other people.
2. Be physically active.
3. Learn new skills.
4. Give to others.
5. Pay attention to the present moment (mindfulness)
We have also tried to include a range of afternoon activities away from screens. Have a good week and we are looking forward to seeing your work.
Mrs Kowal and Mrs Haigh

Additional Mental Health and Wellbeing activities

Activity- Oreo Cookie Moon Phases

Mindfulness Space Colouring

Workbook- My Wellbeing Challenge Booklet

Rhyme of the week

Please use the video to help you to learn this rhyme for us to sing together at our Google Meet on Thursday at 11am.

Story of the week

 

Monday 1st February

English: It is important to be able to blend phonemes into real and nonsense words. The nonsense words are sometimes called alien words. Mrs Kowal has some work for you today on reading real and nonsense words using the ‘oi’ phoneme. See if you can make your own oi words using the worksheet.

Activity- Sort real and alien words oi phoneme

Activity- Break and Make words oi

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics: Find one more and one less than numbers up to 50. There are two videos to accompany today’s work.

Worksheet- One More One Less

Reasoning- One More One Less (1)

Science:

Mental Health Link- Connect with others/Time Away from Screens.

After working through the weblink powerpoint take some time away from screens. Linked to our work on Space and Neil Armstrong: we will look today at the work of engineers and early flight by designing and making paper aeroplanes. You will need some plain paper. We can’t wait to see videos of your test flights.

Flight Mission Presentation

Worksheet- Designing, making and testing paper planes

Tuesday 2nd February

English:

More work today on real and alien words. Play the games to learn more about real and alien words. These games can be played on a variety of devices.

Game- Alien Escape

Game- Picnic on Pluto

Phonics:

Mrs Kowal is teaching you the new sound today ai. You will need a book to find different examples of the
ay/a-e/ai phoneme.

 

Mathematics: Learn more about comparing groups of objects to 50.

Worksheet- Compare Objects within 50

Reasoning- Compare Objects within 50

Religious Education: What is Zakat?

Mental Health Link- Giving to others.

One of the five pillars of Islam is Zakat and Muslims believe this is a way to set a good example for others. We have been thinking a lot this term about kindness and during the three national lockdowns a mosque in Rochdale have held food drives to ensure that poverty stricken and vulnerable members of their wider local community. The videos show how they are setting this good example not just within their religious community but their local area.
Today’s task is to watch the videos and to think about something your can do to give to others: this could be baking a cake or biscuits to take to isolated family members or friends or it could be arranging a donation to give to Halifax Food Bank or the Gathering Place.

Wednesday 3rd February

English:

Listen to Mrs Kowal read the story “Aliens Love Underpants” and see if you can find some aliens. Adults will need to set up a treasure hunt using the resources provided, maybe in the garden if the weather is dry. Please write to us to tell which is your favourite alien and why.

Activity- Alien Hunt Posters

Worksheet- My favourite alien

Phonics: Use the daily revision videos and watch Geraldine the Giraffe find oi words.

Mathematics:

With Mrs Kowal recap your understanding of the comparison symbols to compare different pairs of numbers to 50.

Worksheet- Compare numbers within 50

Physical Education: Mental Health Link- Be Physically Active.

Today we start our new dance lessons and take a journey into Space.

Let’s Dance: Journey to the Moon

Thursday 4th February

English:

Listen to the story of “Aliens Love Underpants” again. Then read the letter from Mrs Alien and unscramble the sentences on the word cards to understand why aliens steal the underpants. Write your sentences out onto the paper.

Activity- Note from an alien

Activity- Word cards for alien sentences

Worksheet- Aliens Love Underpants

Phonics:

Mrs Haigh will teach you all about your new phoneme today ie.

 

There is also a Geraldine Giraffe video to make you smile and learn some more ie words.

DON’T FORGET GOOGLE MEET TODAY AT 11.30AM.

Mathematics: Compare numbers to 50 using the White Rose Maths videos.

Worksheet- Compare numbers within 50 (1)

Reasoning- Compare numbers within 50

History:

Mental Health Link- Learn New Skills/Healthy Eating.

This week we are learning more about Tim Peake, a British astronaut, who lived and worked on the International Space Station. Can you find out more about the food he ate in space and how he kept his body healthy? You could design a healthy meal for Tim Peake on paper or try preparing a healthy meal at home with adult supervision. For those of you wanting to find out more about Britons in Space, read the powerpoint to tell you more about Helen Sharman the first Briton in Space. Then watch Tim Peake telling the story “Goodnight Spaceman” for Cbeebies.

Powerpoint- Tim Peake Information

Year 1-2 Powerpoint- Tim Peake Space Food

Year 1-2 Activity- Space Dinner Instructions 1

Year 1-2 Activity- Space Dinner Instructions 2

Year 1-2 Worksheet- Design a Space Dinner

Powerpoint- Helen Sharman the first Briton in Space

Additional material:

Mental Health Link- Be Physically Active.

Astronaut Training Camp

Healthy Minds- An Astronaut Workout

Friday 5th February

English: Use the instructions on the internet link and create your own alien. Use the printables to tell us all about your alien’s favourite underpants.

Alien’s Love Underpants Craft and Writing Activity with FREE Templates

Worksheet- Aliens Love Underpants Craft and Writing Task

Phonics: Revise with the daily revision phonics video.

Spelling: Take your test with Mrs Haigh.

Mathematics: Learn to sequence numbers up to 50 in order using your knowledge of tens and ones.

Worksheet- Order numbers within 50

Reasoning- Order numbers within 50

DT/Science:

Mental Health Link- Connect with Other People/Time Away from Screens.

Make your own rocket mice.

Worksheet- Designing, making and testing paper planes

Week beginning 25th January

Good morning everyone, thank you for all the support with home learning. Please find the resources below for this week. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Rhyme of the week

Please use the video to help you to learn this rhyme for us to sing again together at our Google Meet on Thursday at 11.30 am.

Rhyme poster- 5 Little Men in a Flying Saucer

Activity-Aliens and Flying Saucer

Story of the week

Mrs Haigh is reading a Q Pootle 5 story this week. More Q Pootle stories can be found on the internet.

Additional Space Themed Activity Ideas

For the remaining three weeks of this half term we will be continuing with our work on Neil Armstrong and Space. We will have work in our daily learning linked to designing rockets, rocket mice and moon buggies but the following links suggest other ways to have fun with the topic of Space at home. Please take a look and feel free to share some of your activities with us. These are additional activities on our theme and daily work can be found below these links.

NASA at home for kids and families

Space Theme Activities for Preschool

10 Fun space activities for kids

 

This week Mrs Haigh and Mrs Kowal challenge you to read 3 books from Bug Club.

 

Monday 25th January

English: Revise putting words into alphabetical order using this space themed worksheet. We will need a good understanding of the alphabet for tomorrow’s dictionary work.

Worksheet Alphabetical order space words

Phonics: Revise the phonemes using the daily revision videos.

Mathematics: We are working with numbers to 50 today. Follow the White Rose Maths video.

Worksheet- Numbers to 50

Reasoning- True or False Numbers to 50

Science: ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED

Grab some materials and test whether they float or sink in a tub of water.

Oak Academy-Floating and Sinking

Workbook- Which materials float and sink

Tuesday 26th January

English: Today we are going to create our own dictionary about Space. Choose some words and write their meanings but make sure you get them in alphabetical order.

Space word mat

Worksheet- Create a Space dictionary

Phonics: Mrs Haigh will introduce you to the phoneme ow- brown cow today.

 

Mathematics: Counting Forwards and Backwards within 50.

Worksheet- Count forwards and backwards within 50

Reasoning- Count forwards and backwards within 50

Religious Education: Learn about the 5 pillars of Islam. What are they? What do they mean to Muslims?

The Five Pillars of Islam Video

Presentation The Five Pillars of Islam

Activity Sheet The Five Pillars of Islam

Wednesday 27th January

English: Today we will be learning more about Mae Jemison, the first African American woman in Space. Use the video and fact file information to find out more about her life.

Mae Jemison Fact File

Phonics: Daily Phonics Revision Video.

Mathematics: Get out the straws (solid sticks) that Mrs Haigh sent home in the home learning packs and either a few elastic bands or hair bobbles. Today you will be making numbers to 50 with Mrs Kowal.

Worksheet- match bundles to amounts

Problem Solving- Use comparison symbols to compare bundles numbers

PE: Join in with the dance programme from the BBC and let’s build a snowman together.

Let’s Dance: Let’s make a snowman

Thursday 28th January

English: Find out more about Mae Jemison using the powerpoint and other research materials. Can you match questions to answers and write some questions of your own.

Mae Jemison Lesson Presentation

Mae Jemison Questions and Answers

Mae Jemison Interview

Phonics: Mrs Kowal is teaching you all about oi today. You will need some writing materials.

 

Don’t Forget: GOOGLE MEET IS AT 11.30AM. We can’t wait to see you.

Mathematics: Recognising the tens and ones in numbers to 50 with White Rose Maths. There are some additional worksheets for revision of this topic included too.

Worksheet- Tens and ones

Reasoning- Tens and Ones

Some additional fluency resources if required:

Worksheet- Place value 10’s and 1’s

Worksheet- Reading and writing numbers to 50

Activity – Numbers to 50 matching card game

History: Neil Armstrong didn’t get to the moon alone. Use the powerpoint to find out more about some of the women of the Apollo 11 mission. Choose one of the women to write about- what was their contribution?

Powerpoint- The Women who helped build NASA

Worksheet- Significant individuals

Friday 29th January

English: Watch Maddie Moat talk about the Women of NASA as she builds her lego set. Perhaps you could build along with her. Choose one of the famous women of NASA and write a fact file about them.

Worksheet- Significant individuals

Phonics: Daily Revision Video.

Spelling Test: Get ready to complete your spelling test with Mrs Haigh.

 

Mathematics: Representing numbers to 50 with White Rose Maths.

Worksheet- Represent numbers to 50

Reasoning – True or False Represent numbers to 50

DT: Gather the recycling together and make your own rocket. ADULT SUPERVISION REQUIRED.

Make a Rocket with Justin video

Craft a DIY rocket (Instruction Video)

Make a Bottle Rocket

Activity- Rocket Launcher (Warning Adult required)

Week beginning 18th January

Good morning everyone, thank you for all the support with home learning. Please find the resources below for this week. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Monday 18th January

This week Mrs Haigh and Mrs Kowal challenge you to read 3 books from Bug Club.

This week we will be reading and writing space stories for our English work.

English: Use the video to recap the alphabet. Select which pages your child can complete of the ABC book. The first pages are to plan out a space alphabet book and the subsequent printable allows them to write a full ABC book.

Workbook-Space Alphabet Template

Phonics: Use the daily revision video to revise set 1 and 2 phonemes.

Mathematics: Follow White Rose Maths to begin learning about subtraction crossing 10.

Worksheet-Subtraction crossing 10

Reasoning-True or False Subtraction crossing 10

Science: How can I describe an object? Make sure you have a pencil and paper ready. To complete the investigation sheet after the the lesson you will need a small bowl of water, a paper clip, a small sponge, a piece of paper, a small ball, a rubber band and a pencil.

Activity- How can I describe an object?

Worksheet- Describing Properties

Tuesday 19th January

English: Today we start working on “The Way Back Home”. Listen to the story read by Mrs Kowal and use the task video to help you with your work today on putting words in an alphabetical order.

Phonics: Learn the new phoneme ‘are’ today.

 

Mathematics: Work with White Rose Maths to learn more about subtraction by crossing 10.

Worksheet-Subtraction crossing 10 day 2

Reasoning-True or False Subtraction crossing 10 day 2

RE: What is the moral of each story from the Islamic holy book the Qu’ran? Use the worksheet to investigate this more.

Worksheet- Investigating Stories from the Qu’ran

Wednesday 20th January

English: If you have the story “The Way Back Home”, take time to read it or re-familiarise yourself with it using the powerpoint version of the story. What is the problem in the story? What issue needs solving?

Presentation- The Way Back Home

Phonics: Use the daily revision video.

Mathematics: Think about your addition and subtraction work so far to help you understand more about related facts.

Worksheets-Related Facts

Reasoning-True or False Related Facts

Physical Education: Our second dance lesson today about “Creatures in the snow.”

Creatures in the Snow Dance Topic

Thursday 21st January

English: Watch the trailer for the play version of “The Way Back Home.” How do you think the boy was feeling when he was alone on the moon with no fuel for the aeroplane? What do you think the boy and the Martian said to each other? Complete the worksheets to tell us more.

Worksheet-How is the boy feeling

Worksheet-Speech bubble meeting

Phonics: Mrs Haigh is going to teach you ir/ur/er today.

REMEMBER GOOGLE MEET TODAY AT 11.30AM. Meeting link will be posted on the stream.

Mathematics: Revise how to compare number sentences. If you have forgotten the symbols, watch blockzilla on numberblocks.

Worksheet-Compare number sentences

Reasoning-True or False Compare number sentences

History: Find out more about the Apollo 11 Landings and what happened when Neil Armstrong went to the moon. Record your understanding using the worksheets.

Powerpoint- The Apollo 11 Mission

Worksheet- The Moon Landing writing prompts

Friday 22nd January

English: Watch the video of “The Way Back Home” and then retell the story. Perhaps you could write your own space stories.

Worksheet-Retell the story

Spelling: Mrs Haigh is here to do your weekly spelling test.

 

Mathematics: Mrs Kowal has a special challenge for you all at the end of the week. You may need Jaffa Cakes!

Worksheet-Subtraction crossing ten challenge

PSHE: Caring and kindness activities. To be a good friend we all have to be kind. Listen to the “Kind” story by Axel Schleffer. In lockdown this is particularly important and everyone deserves some kindness. Can you use these activity ideas to be kind to someone else this weekend?

Activity- handprint kindness

Activity- kindness postcards

Week beginning 11th January

Good morning everyone, thank you for all the support with home learning. Please find the resources below for this week. Work is scheduled to be published on Google Classroom at 4pm the day before it is to be worked on. This will allow parents time to have a look at it beforehand. Thank you for handing home learning in on Google Classroom.

Monday 11th January

English: Use the powerpoint and worksheets to explore the suffix ‘ing.’

Lesson Presentation Suffixes -ing

Activity Sheet Actions

Activity Sheet Adding -ing

Phonics: Mrs Kowal is introducing you to u-e. You will need something to write on to play a quick game.

 

Mathematics: Revise number bonds to 20.

Worksheet-1

Worksheet-2

Worksheet-3

Science: Watch the video from Bill Nye Science Guy that explains the seasonal changes in the world. Watch the video to 1 min and 30 second. Then begin your Weather Chart for this week.

Worksheet: Year 1-Weather record sheet

Tuesday 12th January

English: Watch the video from Mrs Kowal introducing a special snowflake poem. Have a go at cutting your own paper snowflake but ask an adult first. Then use ‘ing’ words to make your own snowflake shape poem.

Snowflake shape poem template:

Phonics: Use the daily revision videos.

Mathematics: Addition number sentences crossing 10.

Add by counting on – crossing 10

Adding by counting on problem solving

Religious Education: Learn more about Islam and find out what the Shahadah is.

Worksheet: Lesson 2 Shahadah

Wednesday 13th January

English: What is the very best thing about Winter for you? Write them down on the worksheet below.

Phonics: Introduction video to the aw phoneme. You will need writing tools.

 

Mathematics- Use the White Rose Maths resources to find out how to add by making a 10.

Worksheets: Add by making 10

Reasoning: T or F Add by making 10

PE- Listen to the dance story and create your own Jack Frost dances. Linked to our Winter topic.

Let’s Dance Jack Frost

Thursday 14th January

English: Look at the five senses powerpoint to think about things we might see, hear, touch, taste or smell in Winter. Then join Mrs Kowal to learn more about writing your own winter senses poem. Use p2 and 3 of the document to write two senses poems.

Powerpoint: My five winter senses

Worksheet: Winter Senses Poem

Phonics: Use the daily revision phonics videos.

Remember today is your Google Meet with your teacher, these will be at 11.30am. Codes have been sent out to you all. We are looking forward to seeing you. We will be hosting a show and tell so please bring something along to show us and reading a story at our first meet up.

Mathematics: Subtraction not crossing 10.

Worksheets: Subtraction-not-crossing-10

Reasoning: T-or-F Subtraction not crossing 10

History: Who was Neil Armstrong? What did he do? Create a timeline of his life.

Neil Armstrong PowerPoint

Neil Armstrong Timeline Activity Sheet

Friday 15th January

English: Have a go at writing your own winter shape poem.

Winter Shape Poetry Templates

Spelling test: Watch the video and join in the spelling test with Mrs Haigh

Mathematics: Subtraction not crossing 10 counting back

Worksheets: Subtraction-not-crossing-10-counting-back-2020 worksheet

T-or-F Subtraction-not-crossing-10-counting-back

PSHE: We have a shared responsibility to look after things in the wider world. Find out why from the two videos and make a bird feeder.

What do birds need in Winter? BBC

Activities: Natural pine cone bird feeders

Yoghurt pot bird feeders

Autumn Term 2020

Class 1 PE lesson: Thursday

Class 2 PE lesson: Wednesday

Click the links below to view the latest Curriculum Newsletter to see what your child will be studying this term as a Year One in Class 1 or Class 2.

Year 1 Class 1 Curriculum Newsletter Autumn 2020

Year 1 Class 2 Curriculum Newsletter Autumn 2020

We are now setting homework using google classroom. The children have their own login details and password. Click links below for further information.

Google classroom

Google Classroom Parent letter

How to login to my google account

How to hand in your work

Homework

Spellings

This terms spellings are Year 1 Spellings Spring Term 2021

To practice please use the look, cover, write check sheets below.

 week 1  week 2  week 3  week 4   week 5   week 6

All our spellings in Year 1 are matched to the sounds Mrs Kowal has recorded below and later in the year they contain the red tricky word from the video below. We learn to read the words in school before we learn to spell them.

Below is a video of the phonemes that the children learn throughout Year 1

This video helps the children to think more about the tricky red words they have to read. The videos are separated into tricky words in Phases 2 and 3 and then another for tricky words in Phases 4 and 5. Some words in our language can’t be sounded out for reading and your child just has to know them. We tell the children in school “You can’t fred a red, you just have to know them.”

Phase 2 tricky words

Phase 3 tricky words

Phase 4 tricky words

Phase 5 tricky words

 

Reading

For online books please continue to use Oxford Owl

Oxford Owl

Class name: books100 Class password: class2