Year 1 Homework

13 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 12 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello Year 1!

How is your week going?

Thanks to those who have continued to send me photos of your learning and the different things you’ve been up to. There’s going to be lots of  you applying for The Great British Bake Off in a few years.

Onto today’s tasks…

Reading

Read the story of ‘The Enormous Turnip’ again.

Then, click on this link and complete the task.

Maths

finding a quarter of an amount video.

finding a quarter of an amount sheet.

Music

Today is Wednesday and on Wednesday, it’s music!

Click on this link and learn how to make music without instruments.

How fun!

Good luck with your tasks, Year One.

 

12 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 11 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hi Year 1!

Here is your tasks for today..

Reading

Today’s task is making inferences.

When we make inferences while reading, we are using evidence provided by the author to make our conclusions.

Click on this link and read the story, ‘The Enormous Turnip’.

Then, click on this link and complete the task.

Maths

Find a quarter video 

Find a quarter sheet

Science

Click on this link to find out what a plant needs to grow and survive.

Than, click on this link and complete the task.

Enjoy!

11 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 10 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello everyone!

Hope you’ve all had a great weekend! Who’s ready for another week of home learning?

Maths

Today’s we’re going to be learning how to find a half.

Click on this link and find ‘Summer term – Week 2’.

Then,  click on lesson 1. There will be a short video to watch and an activity you can print.

Any problems finding it, please let me know.

Reading

For today’s reading task, follow this link to the Department of Education’s letters and sounds YouTube page.  Please find lesson 7. Lesson 7 teaches the children about the alternative grapheme ‘o’. There will also be a live lesson at 10.30am. Fell free to join in with that one too.

Geography

Today, your task is to draw a map.

Maps help us travel from one location to another. They also help us figure out where we are and how to get to where we want to go.

Make a map of your route to school (if you can remember it!) or a map of walk you have been doing.

Maps often have symbols to show important features. These symbols are then shown in a key. Keys use symbols, colors, or lines to represent important places or landmarks on a map.

Good luck, Year 1

08 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 07 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Happy Friday Everyone and Happy VE Day!

As today is a bank holiday, it’s your choice which of the tasks you feel like you want complete.

Today’s tasks are all based around VE Day…

Reading

Follow this link to a powerpoint about VE Day. Read the slides with an adult and answer the few questions at the end.

If you can’t access the powerpoint, I’ve put the slides onto a PDF.

If you want more information, follow this link to the BBC.

Writing

Pretend you were there in 1945 celebrating VE Day. Draw a picture and write sentences about what you can see.

Art/craft

Have a go at making some union jack bunting or colouring in a union jack flag.

bunting

flag

07 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 06 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello everyone!

How have we all been enjoying the sunshine? I’ve been trying to explore a few different places to walk! Eccup Reservoir has been my favourite so far.

Onto today’s tasks…

Spelling

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

here

there

come

some

where

your

Try and get creative!

Maths

Today’s we’re going to be learning how to find a half.

Click on this link and find ‘Summer term – Week 1’.

Then,  click on lesson 4. There will be a short video to watch and an activity you can print.

Any problems finding it, please let me know.

Reading

Click on this link to find today’s task.

Enjoy!

06 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Tuesday 05 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hi Year 1!

We’ve made it to the middle of the week again. These days are flying by! I hope you’re enjoying the learning videos. It’s really quite odd not having anyone answering my questions, but I’m sure you are as you’re watching.

It’s great to hear that lots of you are still enjoying doing lots of reading. Remember, if you’re running out of books to read at home, you can log on to this online library. There are lots of great books on here.

Onto today’s tasks…

Writing 

I think it’s very important to record and remember what I do each day. This way, I don’t forget things. Below is a recount of my day yesterday:

First, I got ready and had my breakfast.

Then, I did some work and recorded a maths video.

Next, I had my lunch. I had a tortilla pizza.

After that, I went for a run around Potternewton Park.

Then, I  had salmon and rice for my tea. It was delicious!

Finally, I watched a film and ate a bag of peanut butter M&Ms. Yummy!

Can you write a recount of what you did yesterday?

Use time connectives to help order your day.

First,..

Next,..

Then,..

After that,…

Finally,…

Maths

Share equally video

Share equally sheet

Reading/Science

Click on this link and learn about the life cycle of a sunflower plant.

Read page 1 and answer the questions on page 2.

Good luck!

 

05 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Monday 04 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello Year 1!

I hope you’ve had a great start to the week.

Thank you for continuing to send me emails of your learning, or just to tell me what you’ve been up. It’s nice to hear that you are happy and staying safe.

Onto today’s tasks…

Grouping video

I made a little mistake on this video! First person who spots it and emails me gets a smartypants when we get back to school.

Grouping sheet

Reading

For today’s reading task, I want you to have a go at this BBC Bitesize lesson. It’s all about one of my favourite stories, Funny bones!

After you’ve listened to the story being read, your task is to complete activity one. If you want to stick the activity in your home learning book, click on this link.

Geography

Watch and listen to this fun song about the world’s five oceans.

Then, click on this link and complete the task.

04 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Sunday 03 May 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello everyone!

I hope you had a great weekend. It would be great to hear what you’ve been up to.

On a Monday, as you come into school, you usually write one sentence about something you did over the weekend. It would be great if you could do this today and send me a picture of it.

Onto today’s main tasks…

Maths

Maths doubling video

Maths doubling sheet

Reading

For today’s reading task, follow this link to the Department of Education’s letters and sounds YouTube page. Everday, at 10.30am, there is a live phonics lesson. Please take part in today’s lesson – lesson 6. If you are unable to watch it at 10.30am, the session will still be available after.

Science

In our first Science topic of the year, we learnt about materials. Follow this link and complete the BBC lesson to recap some of the knowledge learnt in that topic.

01 May 2020: Home learning

Posted on Thursday 30 April 2020 by Mr Parker

Hello Year 1!

Here is today’s learning…

Maths

Problem solving video

Problem solving sheet

Reading

Re-tell main events video

Main events sheet

Art

Today I would like you to get creative. Draw a circle on a piece of paper. Then turn that circle into a picture. Here are some examples. You could take it in turns to complete a circle picture with someone in your house. I would love to see what designs you come up with.

Have a great weekend, Year One!

30 April 2020: Home learning

Posted on Wednesday 29 April 2020 by Mr Parker

 

Hello everyone!

It was great to hear that lots of you enjoyed watching the videos.  I hope you got on well with the learning!

Thanks to those who continue to send photos. Keep an eye out on the Class News page tomorrow for some of the learning you’ve been doing.

Now, onto today’s tasks.

Maths

 Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s video

Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s sheet

Reading

Make predictions video (2)

Make predictions (2)

Living and Learning

Follow this link to the ‘News’ page of the school website.  Once you’re there, scroll down to find the Living and Learning activity.

Enjoy watching the story and thinking of  ways to be kind to yourself. Let me know your ideas!