Home school learning.
I hope your child's homework pack is helping to continue their learning. Please keep checking this page for updates on new activities whilst your child is off school. I will be adding new activities each week and have included a timetable to support their learning.
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Pencil control/letter formation activities
It is important for young children to practice their new learning so giving them lots of opportunities to revisit the activities provided will help consolidate their learning.
Today we will be practising subtraction. Look at the Powerpoint presentation below it will help you to remember and work on those skills. As you go through the powerpoint encourage your child to write the calculation for each subtraction problem.
Now practise your subtraction with the hungry caterpillar using the document below. Can you work out how many leaves are left after he has had his dinner.
Remember to challenge yourself and write the calculations.
Time to practice writing your letters. You can use a pencil, your finger or even a stick from the park.
Children need to be able to read and spell the words below. Please encourage your child to Look-cover-write-check when practising spellings.
Phase 2: I no go to into the
Phase 3: he me she we be was you are all they my her
Today you will be investigating ways of making 10.
You will need 10 objects to help you count and a part part whole picture like the one below. You could draw your own or print off the one below.
Use your ten counters and the part part whole sheet to work out the missing part using the power point below.
Challenge yourself to write the calculation e.g 4+6=10
Let's learn about floating and sinking.
Now it's your turn, find different objects around the house and maybe the garden, put them in some water to see if they float or sink. Remember to ask an adult before you put anything in water.
It's the end of the week and you have worked so hard, it's time to sit back, relax and listen to the story of The Rainbow Fish.
This week we are reading captions. Watch the video below and then have a go at reading the captions all by yourself.
Now you try! You could even use your robot arms to chop up the words to help you, practice by reading the sentence several times.
Use the document below to continue practising ordering numbers.
You will need paper and pencils to get started. How wiggly can you draw your worms?
Use the sheets below to practise writing your numbers in order.
Remember you don't need to print the sheets off you could write the numbers in order on paper or use number cards to put in them in order. You could even chalk them on the floor outside.
Read the story Superworm or click HERE to listen to the story or watch the video at the top of the page.
Use the sheet below to help you describe SUPERWORM .
- What can he do?
- What is has he got?
- What is he like?
Now try and put your ideas into sentences.
Superworm is strong and brave.
He has lots of friends.
He can help you.
Challenge yourself to use 'because'
He is strong because he can lift up stones.
He is clever because he can turn himself into a skipping rope.
Use the links below to learn all about worms.
Write a report about all the facts you have learned about worms
Remember to use finger spaces, capital letters and full stops.
You can use the worksheet below or write your report on paper and draw a picture of a worm.
The Very Busy Spider
Now you try! Use your robot arms to chop up and blend the words below. I would love to see a video of you chopping up and reading the words.
Let's do some spider subtraction! The spider is not very good at counting and taking away. Can you help her?
It's finger fitness time! Can you follow along with the video and work out your fingers?
Sometimes our brains need a little break. When I need a break I like to shake my sillies out, would you like to shake your sillies out too?
Read the story The Very Busy Spider or click HERE to listen to the story.
Use the document below to help you write a book report on the story.
- Draw 3 characters from the story.
- Draw a picture of the setting.
- Write some sentences about the story.
Remember you don't have to print the sheet below you could simply use lines or plain paper.
Have you ever played Beetle Drive? This is Spider Drive!
You will need a dice, pencil and paper.
When you throw the dice can you say the number on the dice without counting the spots?
Click on the document below to start playing.
Now practise your Number Bonds for 10.
Sing the song Incy Wincy Spider. Click on the link to play the song.
Use the above document to help you find the numbers that total 10.
Can you write the calculations and find more ways of making 10.
Use the sheets below to practise your number bonds. You don't need to print the, you can answer the questions on a separate piece of paper or draw the frames yourself.
Why not make your own busy spider, if you don't have paint do not worry, you can colour the spider using felt tips, pencils or crayons.
Let's learn some fun facts about spiders.
Time to play a game, use your dice from the previous Home Learning Pack to play this double game. Add the doubles as you move around the board.
Write a sentence about each picture. what interesting sentences will you think of?
This week we are planting sunflower seeds, watch this video to see how a tiny seed grows into a big beautiful sunflower.
Can you remember what the sunflower in our story grew taller than? Why not draw a picture of your favourite part of the story, don't forget to write a caption under your drawing telling me what is happening.
Week beginning 27th April 2020