At the Park .
Each week we will be adding some new ideas to help you learn at home. You can choose to do all of them or just some of them. You might enjoy finding your own activities to help you learn about the park.
Here are your learning challenges for week beginning 13.07.20.
Don't forget to, you can use all the websites we have listed below to find other challenges and activities.
Remember to read every day! Reading is good for you. It relaxes you, it takes you to exciting places, it teaches you new things and is fun.
This term we will continue to practice these learn its:
Here is the link for Year 1.
There are new lessons every day. You can also look at older lessons and see if there was something exciting that you missed.
White Rose Maths
As a school, we follow the White Rose Maths scheme. They have developed some home learning resources I would like to share with you.
The link below will take you to the website where you will see a series of lessons. They can be accessed using the videos (which are about 10 minutes long each) or you can access it via a PDF document.
I think these are a valuable resource as they provide opportunities to recap learning (flashback) and then teach a bitesize lesson.
Maths, English, PE and lots more are all available here every day.
Why not take a look and see what you will learn today!
Practise your phonics everyday
Free Read, Write, Inc Phonics lessons will be streamed on YouTube everyday for your child just as they would have at school.
They can practice their sounds and read some words with sounds in online.
Films will be available at the times below...
From Monday 23rd March...
Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10:00am and 1:00pm
Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10:30am and 1:30pm
Follow the link below...
Things to keep practising...
Can you find the answer to 30 + 10, 20 + 40, 30 + 40, 50 + 20 - Remember if you can do 3+1, 2+4 ....you know how to do these too!
Count in 2s and 5s to 50 or beyond. Can you count back from 50 to 0?
Choose a 2 digit number and tell someone how many tens and how many ones are in the number.
Make your handwriting even better by practising careful letter formation. Can you use the joins we have learnt so far?
Learn to read and spell the words on the Year 1 list below.
Here are a couple of sites to get you moving!