Year 1L March Home Learning
Website Links for Parent/carers
Week commencing 30.3.20
Below is this weeks activities! Please work your way through them and let me know via the blog or email if you have any problems! We would also love for you to share the work you are doing at home by sending photos or responses to the work set.
As we have been learning all about weight and capacity in Year One, please follow the link below to 5 lessons recapping the information we learnt. There are also sheets to complete, if you do not have access to a printer then just talk through the answers with your child instead.
I have also included some links to maths songs we enjoy regularly in Year One, to help practice some basic maths skills.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc&t=18s Count to 100
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ Count by 2’s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WTeqUejf3D0&t=3s – 2D Shape song
Can I classify different animals?
In science, to follow on from our topic Arctic Explorers, this week we will be classifying animals. Classifying means sorting. Animals can be classified (sorted) into groups depending on their features. Please follow the below link to twinkl to learn about the different ways we classify animals.
We are focussing on
Mammals (all give milk to their young, all have ears)
Birds (have wings and beaks)
Fish (have fins, live in water)
After you have looked at the powerpoint, if you have any toy animals, try and classify them into the 3 groups or do further research on the internet.
Can you list some mammals, birds and fish?
www.twinkl.co.uk (Search Jack and the Beanstalk comprehension)
Yellow and Orange Group – Page 3/4
Red and Blue group – Page 1/ 2
Green and Purple group – Page 1/ 2 (adult to read story to them)
Your guided reading task this week, is to read the story on the link attached (your child will know which group they are in, to know which version of the story to access). Children are to read the story (Green, Purple group, parents to read to them) and then answer the questions. Do not worry if you cannot print the sheets out, children can verbalise their answers to you.
(If your child does not know which group they are in, please email me and I can inform you)
Class Read: Stanley’s Stick
LC- Can I write about what Stanley might see at the seaside?
YO- To use at least 2 adjectives
BR- To use at least 1 adjective
GP- To use capital letters and full stops
Adjective- a describing word
In the story book, Stanley goes to the seaside with his parents. Have a think about what you think Stanley might see. Pretend you are Stanley.
Make a list of things that you may see, use adjectives to describe them. If you would like to challenge yourself, have a go at using three adjectives to describe.
‘At the seaside, I saw the golden, soft, fluffy sand.’
IPC: The Magic Toymaker
LC- Can I make a timeline of my day?
YO- To include as many points in the day as you can think of
BR- To include at least 5 points in the day e.g. Brushing teeth, having breakfast, playing with friends, having a bath, bedtime
GP- To include 3 points
Last weeks task was to make a timeline of events that have happened within your life. As part of your history learning, we would like you to have a think about changes that happen within your living memory.
- Can you make a timeline of your typical day at the weekend? Please draw a picture to go with the activity and write a caption to describe.
8:00am- Wake up 8:30am- Have a shower
9:00am- Breakfast 10:00am- Football Training
12:00pm- Lunch 1:00pm- Play in the garden
2:00pm- Homework 3:00pm- Visit Grandparents
5:00pm- Teatime 5:30:pm- Play outside with friends
6:30pm- Bath 7:00pm- Watch TV with family
8:30pm- Bedtime story and sleep
Make a mud cake. Remember to add lots of different ingredients, including two stones, one leaf and three sticks. Make a recipe card for your mud cake so your friends know how to make it too. Please send photographs to us on the email, we would love to see!
Re read the story of Palm Sunday and think about how the people welcomed Jesus on his donkey. Do you think that would be the same today?
Jesus and his twelves disciples (his friends) walked into the great city of Jerusalem so they could be there to celebrate the festival of Passover. On the way, Jesus said to two of his disciples “Go into the village and you will find a donkey that has never been ridden. Untie it and bring it to me.” The two disciples did as Jesus told them and soon came back with the donkey. Jesus then rode into Jerusalem with his disciples walking by his side. When the crowd of people walking to the city saw Jesus coming, they were excited. Some threw their cloaks on the floor to make pathway for Jesus. Others cut down palm leaves to lie in front of him. Many cheered and waved their palm leaves shouting ‘Hosanna. Praise be to God.’
Draw a picture and write a sentence about how you think Jesus would be welcomed into Manchester City Centre today. Would people still wave palm leaves?
YO- Draw a picture, write a sentence how we would welcome Jesus today and why it is different to how he would be welcomed all those years ago.
BR- Draw a picture, write a sentence how we would welcome Jesus today.
GP- Draw a picture and write a simple sentence e.g. Giving Jesus a hug.
Please complete the activities detailed in the Home Learning Pack which has been provided to all children in Year One. If you have any questions, please email :