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Year 1 Home Learning Pack Week 7 SILVER Week beginning 18. 5. 2020 We hope you are enjoying the Year 1 learning packs. The timetable on the next page is one you might want to use with your family. Please organise your day in whatever way suits you. In this pack there are ideas for maths, literacy and mindfulness. We will be providing 3 different packs for each week. There is also a guide on the website about how to use the Oxford Owl website Bronze-this is the easiest pack Silver- most children should be able to do this pack Gold-this is the hardest pack and has some extra challenges in There is also a phonics Power. Point for each week and maths meetings slides for you to use. Please keep in touch with us using our year group email if you need any help or have any questions. Please also use all the amazing free websites that we have suggested. Enjoy! Thank you The Year 1 team
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Monday Physical Challenge! The Bean Game! Show your grown-ups all the different beans we are during our PE lessons. Runner bean – running Jumping bean – jumping Skipping bean – skipping bean Jelly bean – wiggle Baked bean – curl up in to a ball Tall bean – stretch really high Broad bean – stretch really wide French bean – say “oooo la la la” Disco bean – disco dancing
Monday: Literacy This week we are going to practise spelling. We are going to learn some important spelling rules to help us spell. Our spelling rule today is…. . ed eddings. Read all the words. Find the words that end in ed. skipping shouted swimming wish running slept played fell danced fly walked hopped whispered When we add ‘ed’ to a word it changes it to past tense. Read this sentence. Yesterday I play at the park. Does it make sense? Which word sounds wrong? Now read the sentence again. Yesterday I played at the park. Which word did I change to make the sentence make sense? TOP TIP: Remember past tense is something that has already happened.
Monday: Literacy continued… Add ed to all these verbs. to turn them into past tense. Write them as many times as you can. play walk shout jump scream brush paint
Subject: Maths If you are working online watch the videos and complete the activities on the White Rose Hub website https: //whiterosemaths. com/homelearning/year-1/ However, if you are working on a paper copy, work through the step by step instructions on the following pages and complete the activities For help with this learning pack, please follow the link to watch the short video clips. They are short lessons to help guide you through the questions each day. This week is Year 1 Week 1, Lessons 1 – 5 Monday – Lesson 1 Tuesday – Lesson 2 Wednesday - Lesson 3 Thursday – Lesson 4 Friday – Lesson 5
Monday Weight and Mass is how heavy an object is. We use a balance to measure mass. If the balance goes down it means the object is heavy. If the balance goes up it means the object is light. If the balance stays the same on both sides the objects weigh the same (have the same mass). Look at the picture. Read the statements. Now it’s your turn. Tick the heaviest object and circle the lightest object. 1. 2.
3. 4. 5. Challenge!
Monday: Mindfulness Each day we are going to include a mindfulness activity. These activities are aimed to have a calm and positive end to the day. POSES! Have the kids go somewhere quiet and familiar, a place they feel safe. Next, tell them to try one of the following poses: 1. The Superman: this pose is practiced by standing with the feet just wider than the hips, fists clenched, and arms reached out to the sky, stretching the body as tall as possible. 2. The Wonder Woman: this pose is struck by standing tall with legs wider than hip-width apart and hands or fists placed on the hips. Ask the kids how they feel after a few rounds of trying either of these poses. You may be surprised.
Tuesday Physical Challenge! Simon Says! Start by either choosing your or your grown-up to be “Simon”. The student must follow the directives given by “Simon” as long as he/she starts each one with “Simon says…”. If a student accidentally carries out a directive that does not start with “Simon says…” they are out of the game. You could mix up fun directives like “Simon says bark like a dog” with “Simon says, do 5 pushups” to get the PE component into the game. The winner of the game is the last person who has successfully followed all of Simon’s orders.
Tuesday: Literacy Our spelling rule today is…. . ing eddings. Read all the words. Find the words that end in ‘ing’. swam ate reading sing hopping eating ran playing sprinted jump walking played tiptoed whispering When we add ‘ing’ to a word it changes it to present tense. Read this sentence. I am read my homework. Does it make sense? Which word sounds wrong? Now read the sentence again. I am reading my homework. Which word did I change to make the sentence make sense? TOP TIP: Remember present tense is something that is happening now.
Tuesday: Literacy continued… Add ing to all these verbs to turn them into present tense. Write them as many times as you can. read talk whisper jump eat colour sleep
Tuesday Measure and Mass. Do you remember - Mass is how heavy an object is. Look at picture 1. The balance is level. This means an apple has the same mass as four cubes. Picture 1 Now it’s your turn. Workout how much each object weighs in cubes.
Now draw the correct amount of cubes for how much each object weighs. a) The toy car weighs 6 cubes. c) The apple weighs 3 cubes. e) The football weighs 10 cubes. b) The sweets weigh 4 cubes. d) The banana weighs 5 cubes. f) The carrots weigh 7 cubes.
Tuesday: Mindfulness Each day we are going to include a mindfulness activity. These activities are aimed to have a calm and positive end to the day. SPIDEY-SENSES! While on the subject of superheroes, instruct your kids to turn-on their “Spidey senses, ” or the superfocused senses of smell, sight, hearing, taste, and touch that Spiderman uses to keep tabs on the world around him. This will encourage them to pause and focus their attention on the present, opening their awareness to the information their senses bring in. This is a classic mindfulness exercise and encourages observation and curiosity -great skills for any human to practice.
Wednesday Physical Challenge! Funny Running! This is a super fun PE game that you will love. The objective of funny running is to get from one side of your garden to the other while running like an animal. You can choose a different animal for each pass, including monkeys, snakes, horses, and kangaroos.
Wednesday: Literacy Our spelling rule today is…. . s or es. We use this spelling rule when we want to change something to plural, which means more than one. Read the sentences. I saw a bird flying in the sky. I saw birds flying in the sky. All you have to do is add s to the noun. However, some words try to trick you! You need to know that if a word ends in: s You have to add x z sh ch es. There was a brown box. There was lots of brown boxes. TOP TIP – Remember a noun is a person, place or thing.
Wednesday: Literacy continued… Add s or es to these words to make them plural. Think carefully! church apple boy brush game skip fox car beach
Wednesday Measure and Mass. Look at Picture 1. The pear is the heaviest because it weighs 5 cubes. The apples is the lightest because it weighs 4 cubes, and we all know 5 is bigger than 4. Picture 1 Now it’s your turn. circle which object is the heaviest. or or or d) or
Wednesday: Mindfulness Each day we are going to include a mindfulness activity. These activities are aimed to have a calm and positive end to the day. SAFARI! The Safari exercise is a great way to help kids learn mindfulness. This activity turns an average, everyday walk into an exciting new adventure. Tell your kids that you will be going on a safari: their goal is to notice as many birds, bugs, creepy-crawlies, and any other animals as they can. Anything that walks, crawls, swims, or flies is of interest, and they’ll need to focus all of their senses to find them, especially the little ones.
Thursday Physical Challenge! Pillow Walk! Set up a line of pillows, cushions, blankets, towels on your floor, and you have to walk from one end to the other. It may sound easy but your balance will be challenged!
Thursday: Literacy Our spelling rule today is…. . er and est We use this spelling rule to make adjectives even better. TOP TIP – Remember an adjective is a describing word.
Wednesday: Literacy continued… Add er or est to these words as neatly as you can. I will show you one: bigger biggest small quick tall fast loud quiet fresh grand slow bright long
Thursday – Capacity and Volume. Capacity is the total amount of liquid the container can hold. Volume is how much liquid we can measure from inside the container. A has less than B. B has more than B. A is half empty. B is nearly full. Now it’s your turn. Complete the questions…
Thursday: Mindfulness Each day we are going to include a mindfulness activity. These activities are aimed to have a calm and positive end to the day. A BREATHING BUDDY! Have your child lie down with a soft toy on their tummy. As they breathe, guide them towards noticing the toy moving up and down. This can help them to understand what it feels like to have strong breaths, which is a powerful way to calm themselves when high emotion overwhelms them.
Friday Physical Challenge! Obstacle Course! Indoors or out, let your imagination run wild as you set up an obstacle course in your house or garden. Why not try crawl under tables, climb over chairs, jump over ropes, hop from cone to cone, crawl through a cardboard box, jump through a line of hula hoops, throw a family of stuffed animals into a laundry basket, etc. Use whatever you have in your house!
Friday: Literacy Today we are going to practise everything we have learnt about spelling over the last few days. Re-write these sentences and correct my mistakes. 1. Last week I play in my garden. 2. I am skip with my brother. 3. The baby is small than the child. 4. Yesterday I walk to my Grandma’s house. 5. I am readed my favourite book. 6. There are fox running around in the trees. 7. Earlier I scream because I saw a spider. 8. It was the bigger mountain I had ever seen.
Friday – Measure Capacity Remember - Capacity is how much the container will hold. Look at picture 1. The fish tank has the largest capacity. Now it’s your turn. Tick which container has the largest capacity. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Challenge! 5 + 5 = 4 + 4 = How many glasses would fill 4 jugs? 4 + 4 + 4 =
Friday: Mindfulness Each day we are going to include a mindfulness activity. These activities are aimed to have a calm and positive end to the day. THE MINDFUL SNACK! Let’s try something called mindful eating. It’s where you slow things down when you eat so you can notice things you don’t usually notice. What does your food feel like to touch? What about the smell? What if you squish it a little – what does that feel like? Now take a bite but chew very slowly. Really notice your mouth moving up and down. Can you feel the food against your tongue and between your teeth. What does it taste like? What does it feel like? Keep chewing for a little while (20 to 30 seconds). When you’re ready, notice what the food feels like as it moves down your throat and towards your belly.