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Reading

Continue to read at home each day. 

Oxford Owl/Read Write Inc. e-books: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/

 

Phonics

Practise reading these set 2 sounds each day -

 

Each day there will be a Set 3 focus sound e.g. 'ea' and review sounds e.g. 'ph' and 'wh'. Practise reading the sounds and words containing the sounds. Ask an adult to choose 3 words containing the focus sound and 2 words from each review sound - spell them without looking. Use your fred fingers to help you - say the word and pinch the sounds e.g. d-r-ea-m.

 

Focus sound: 'ear'

Review sounds: 'ire' and 'ew' 

 

 

  

English

Today you are going to learn about the days of the week. 

 

Listen to the days of the week song. Can you sing along?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spi77By9-iA

 

Online lesson - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zm9hscw

 

Activity 1 - Place the days of the week in the correct order.

Activity 2 - When writing sentences about what you did that day use 'and' to join them together. E.g. On Monday I did some History work and I played football.

You do not need to do activity 3.

Maths

Recap - Can you point to the left? Can you point to the right? Practise different turns (clockwise) - full turn, half turn, quarter turn and three quarter turn. 

 

Today you are going to be describing the position of objects using the language 'left', 'right'. 'above' and 'below'.

Activity 1 - Complete the worksheet. Answers are attached. If you don't have a printer, draw the objects and write the sentences. 

Activity 2 - Follow the instructions to colour the shapes correctly.

 

Activity 3 - Challenge - how many different ways can you describe the position of the 2p coin? E.g. The 2p coin is below the 50p coin. Let Miss Morris know how many different ways you can find!

Art

Today you are going to go on a texture treasure hunt! In this lesson, we will be learning about an artist called Max Ernst. He created a technique in art called frottage. This is when you use your pencil to make rubbings of textured objects which you find around your home or outside.

 

Fold a piece of paper into 8 sections and, using a pencil collect rubbings of different textures. Once you have done this, try using other things to make your rubbings e.g. coloured pencils, chalk, pastels etc.

 

Watch this video before you start  - https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/to-go-on-a-texture-treasure-hunt-year-1-wk2-5#slide-2

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