Year 1 Homework

02 June 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Monday 01 June 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello everyone,

I hope you got on okay with yesterday’s home learning. Please let me know if you have any issues. Email [email protected]

Okay, here are the answers from yesterday’s learning:

Y1 Phonics – Monday – ai – ANSWERS

 

Here’s today’s learning: 

Y1 Phonics – Tuesday – ai

Click here for today’s maths video.  And here’s the worksheet: Y1 – Tuesday – Capacity and volume

Y1,2 – Tuesday – Science – parts of the body

01 June 2020: Home Learning

Posted on Sunday 31 May 2020 by Mr Wilks

Hello Year 1s!

It’s Mr Wilks here. I’m going to be taking over the home learning from Mr Parker as he is in school full time now. I’ve recorded a message to say hello.

My email address is [email protected]

Please email to ask any questions, let me know any problems or to let me know how your child is getting on with their learning.

Okay, on to the home learning for today…..

Y1 Phonics – Monday – ai

Click here for the maths video lesson.  And here is the worksheet Y1 – Monday – Capacity

Y1 – Monday – Spelling – ness

 

Half-term Home Learning

Posted on Sunday 24 May 2020 by Mr Catherall

Because this week is half-term, we’re taking a break from the usual daily home learning tasks (just like we did at Easter). Instead, we’ve prepared a menu of home learning activities that you might want to dip into this week – these are optional only, but you might want to encourage your child to have a go at being a quiz master, doing some up-cycling, presenting a cookery masterclass or any of the other activities.

Whatever you decide to do, we hope you have a happy and healthy half-term.

22 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 21 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello Year 1!

Happy Friday. Well done for completing another week of home learning!

Here are today’s tasks…

Maths 

Maths is a break from measuring today. Today’s lesson is a fun challenge from the White Rose website. Each Friday, they post different challenges.

Click on this link and find ‘Summer Term – Week 4‘. Once you’ve found it, scroll down to find the ‘Friday Family Challenge’. The most suitable questions for Year 1 are 1 & 2. But why don’t you work with your family on the rest of the problems. Do as many as you can! Help each other out.

Any problems, let me know.

Reading

Today’s a love of reading session.

Here’s your task:

  • Choose a different 5 books to last week
  • Order them from your favourite to your least favourite
  • Read your favourite
  • Talk about the book with someone in your house
  • Enjoy!

Art

Click on this link and have a good at this BBC Bitesize art lesson!

Remember to send me you amazing artwork.

21 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 20 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hi Year 1!

I hope you’re all doing well and still smiling 🙂

Here’s your tasks for today…

Reading

Click on this link.

Read the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ again and answer the questions underneath the story.

This will be the third time you’ve read the story so hopefully there won’t be many words you are struggling with.

Maths 

Measuring video

Measuring sheet 1

Measuring sheet 2

Rulers

Geography 

Today we are thinking about different geographical features. These features are split into physical and human features.

Physical features are natural.

Human features are things that have been created by humans and would not have existed in nature without humans.

1.Firstly have a look at this document to show what physical and human features might be.

2.Using these examples, sort them into physical and human features.

3.Can you think of any other physical and human features you could add?

Good luck with today’s tasks! Let me know how you get on.

20 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 19 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Happy Wednesday Year 1!

We’ve made it to the middle of the week again.

Here are your tasks for today…

Reading

Read the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk‘ again.

Use your inference skills to create a character profile of the giant.

Maths

Measuring objects video.

Measuring objects sheet 1.

Measuring objects sheet 2.

Spelling

Learn how to spell the tricky words below using some of our spelling strategies.

today

are

school

friend

said

house

Try and get creative!

19 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 18 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hi Year 1!

How did you do with yesterday’s learning? I’m sure you did amazing!

Onto today’s tasks…

Reading

Click on this link and read the story, ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. You will be reading this story each day so that you become fluent.

As you read the story, identify and underline diagraphs and trigraphs that you recognise. This will help you read unfamiliar words. If there are any words that you struggle with, circle them and ask an adult to help you.

Maths

For today’s maths task, click on this link and do some more practice comparing heights and lengths.

Geography

In geography, you’ve learnt the names of the Worlds seven continents.

To remind yourself of them, click on this link and sing along with the song. You might remember the song from our class assembly!

After you have listened to the song, click on this link and learn more about one of the continents.

 

 

18 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 17 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello Year 1!

I hope you had a great weekend.

Similar to a couple of weeks ago,  it would be great if you could write a quick sentence about what you’ve been up. Then, take a picture of it and send me it to me. It’d be lovely to hear how you’ve been keeping busy.

Onto today’s main tasks…

Reading

Remind yourself of these split diagraphs:

a_e

e_e

i_e

o_u

u_e

Then, click on this link and complete the sheet.

Also, here is a link to another traditional tale. We will be focusing on this tale this week.

Maths

This week, we’re moving onto measuring.

Click on this link and complete the BBC Bitesize lesson on comparing height and length.

Science

Deciduous and evergreen trees.

Watch this video and/or read this powerpoint.

Then, discuss and answer the two questions below:

What does evergreen mean?
What does deciduous mean?

Finally,  make a list of 5 evergreen trees and 5 deciduous trees using the internet to help you.

15 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 14 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Happy Friday Year One!

Well done for nearly completing another week of home learning! Everyone is super proud of you.

Here are today’s tasks…

Maths 

Maths is a break from the lessons today. Today’s lesson is a fun challenge from the White Rose website. Each Friday, they post different challenges.

Click on this link and find ‘Summer Term – Week 3‘. Once you’ve found it, scroll down to find the ‘Friday Challenge’.

Any problems, let me know.

Reading

Today’s a love of reading session.

Here’s your task:

  • Choose 5 books
  • Order them from your favourite to your least favourite
  • Read your favourite
  • Talk about the book with someone in your house
  • Enjoy!

Art

In science tasks, you’ve been learning about plants and flowers and what they need to survive.

You art task is to follow either link below and draw a sunflower or a daffodil or both.

sunflower

daffodil

Enjoy and have a great weekend!

 

14 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 14 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello Year 1!

PE

It’s Thursday and on a Thursday morning, we do PE! I’m missing teaching PE and I’m sure you’re all missing it too So, this morning, I want you to put on a PE kits and do some PE.

Click on this link to find out your task.

Maths

Today’s maths lesson is a fluency lesson.

Apply what you’ve learnt about doubles, half and quarters  to answer the questions.

fluency sheet

Reading

Click on this link.

Read the story of The Enormous Turnip again and answer the questions underneath the story.

This will be the third time you’ve read the story so hopefully you will be becoming more fluent.

Good luck!