Year R Home Learning

If parents or carers have any questions about the work set, please use the email address to contact your children's class teacher.

Class01@holytrinity.bwmat.org

Class02@holytrinity.bwmat.org

Home Learning Photos:

It is very important to us that we maintain a strong connection with the children in Classes 1 and 2 during this unusal period of time. Therefore, if you have any photos of activities or creations which you wish to share, please email these to the class email address and we will post them on the Year R School Events Page on this website. We would love to see what you have been doing!

Parents, through out the school closure we will be setting daily maths and literacy activities to complete. We will also set phoincs activities to continue to build on the phonic knowledge the children have already learnt so far. Please don't forget to use the phoincs sheets the children have at home, in their folders, and the basic code.

*UPDATED* Useful Additional Resources To Support Home Learning

The DfE have announced the launch of daily online phonics lessons starting on Monday 27th April. These could serve as an additional activity to complete each day to support your child's reading. Please see the letter below for more details. 

Online Phonics Lessons from Letters and Sounds

*NEW Useful Additional Resources To Support Home Learning*

The Oak National Academy is a Government-backed collection of online lessons and resources that has been launched this week, and the BBC have also launched a programme of daily online lessons  on their Bitesize website.
While we will continue to provide daily tasks for the children to complete at home in line with what we would be covering in school, the lessons and resources available on both the Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize websites might be useful if you would like additional activities to complete or to revise previously taught concepts:

Oak National Academy

BBC Bitesize

We have also attached links to useful websites that can be used alongside the activities which will be set.

Phonics Play - A great site for free phonics games

Phonics Bloom - Interactive phonics games

Oxford Owl -  Interactive books and reading activities to share with child at home.

ICT games - some excellent literacy and maths resources

BBC cbeebies - many games recognised by children from their favourite programmes.

What is phonics? - A video clip for parents explaining what phonics is and how the children learn

Hungry Little Minds - simple fun activities for children aged 0 -5 

Numberblocks - Videos for numeracy development designed for children 0 to 6. There are fun activities that can be applied to everyday life and play.

Disney 10 minute Shakeups - 10 minute activites based on Disney films that count towards a child's 60 active minutes per day

We know that this is a very uncertain and difficult time for a lot of us. We have attached a document which is great to use with children who are feeling anxious or worried about Coronavirus. it is a great tool to start conversations with your child about Coronavirus in a very child-friendly way!

Dave the Dog coronavirus Story

Music/ Wake and Shake Idea

In worships with Rev Dan, every Friday, children usually sing this song, My Lighthouse - Rend Collective. Here is a clip of the song with actions to follow.

My Lighthouse

Reading - Are you running out of books to read at home?

Oxford Owl (link above) are providing lots of ebooks free of charge. Many of the books link to the reading schemes that we read at school and includes phonics fbooks. To access these books you will need to register with the website but this is well worth the effort to get the books to download. 

Reception Events Page

Remember to check out the Year R Events Page (link below) to see the photos of what the Year R children have been getting up to at home. Please keep sending your photos in, we love seeing what you have been doing!

Reception Events Page

Daily Home Learning Activities

Friday 10th July 2020

Literacy - Don't forget to practice another diagraph and have a go at writing these words in a sentence.

Today we would like you to have a go at writing part of the Jack and the Beanstalk story. There are two different ways you can try this, please choose the way that you would like.

1. Have a go at writing the stroy using sentences with capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

2. Have a go at drawing pictures for each part of the story and write key words underneath.

Retell your story to your adult.

Maths - Today we would like you to have a go at the double and halving game which is linked below. Who will be the winner?

Doubling and Halving Board Game

Have a go at the Jack and Beanstalk pencil control mazes below. Remember to hold your pencil inbetween your two fingers and thumb.

Jack and the beanstalk pencil control mazes

We hope you have a great weekend!

Thursday 9th July 2020

Literacy - Don't forget to practice another diagraph and have a go at writing these words in sentences.

Yesterday we looked at speech bubbles and we asked you to choose a character to write a speech bubble for. Have a go at choosing another character and write a speech bubble for your chosen character.

Maths - On a piece of paper draw teo circles. Ask an adult to write a number down and see if you can halve this number bu drawing the objects in the circles. For example if you were given the number 6 you would draw 3 objects in one circle and 3 objects in the other.

RE - Today we would like you to look at the attached powerpoint about a Synagogue. Talk about the special clothes that are worn to the Synagogue and talk about when you wear special clothes.

Inside The Synagogue

Now draw a picture of you in your special clothes.

Wednesday 8th July 2020

Literacy - Don't forget to practice another diagraph and have a go at writing some of these words into sentences.

Today we would like you to recap the story Jack and the Beanstalk, please use the link below:

Jack and the Beanstalk story

Now have a go at writing different speech bubbles for the different characters. What might they have said?

Jack and the beanstalk speech bubbles

Maths - Today we are continuing our work on doubling and halving. We would like you to have a look at the powerpoint linked below,

What would double the number of bricks be? What would half the number of bricks be? 

Now have a go at finding the double and half of the items on the catsle picture linked below:

Castle Doubling and Halving Activity

Talk about Doubling and Halving

Have a go at this Jack and the Beanstalk wordsearch linked below:

Jack and the Beanstalk Word Search

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Literacy - Don't forget to practice another diagraph and have a go at writing some of these words in sentences.

Today we would like you to read the story Jack and the Beanstalk. Follow the link below to this story:

Jack and the Beanstalk story

Now have a go at cutting and sticking the story map in the correct order. If you can't print this sheet, have a go at drawing your own story map for Jack and the Beanstalk.

Jack and the beanstalk story map

Maths - Have another look at the powerpoint from yesterday, we have placed the link below:

Doubling and halving powerpoint

Have a go at playing this game. You will need to match the dominoes to either make a double or half.

Doubling and Halving Dominos

Have a go at this Jack and the Beanstalk spot the difference

Jack and the beanstalk spot the difference

Monday 6th July 2020

We hope you have had a great weekend.

Literacy - This week we would like you to continue to practice the diagraphs you have learnt his year. Choose another diagraph and think of words which have that diagraph in. Have a go at writing some of these words into sentences.

PE - Have a look at the activity cards which are linked below. Can you play some of the games with your family.

PE activity cards

Maths - This week we are continuing our work on halving. We would like you to have a look at the powerpoint linked below called 'doubling and halving.'

Doubling and Halving Powerpoint

This week we going to be looking at the story Jack and the Beanstalk. Have a go at creating your own Jack and the Beanstalk stroy scene by using the resources linked below or you can create your own.

Jack and the beanstalk story scene resources

Friday 3rd July 2020

Literacy - Have a go at choosing two more diagraphs from the basic code. Can you think of words which have that sound in it? Have a go at writing these words and write them in a sentence.

Think of your favourite book character and what that character looks like. Can you have a go at thinking of words to describe your book character. Now have a go at writing sentences to describe your book character and see if your adult can guess who you are writing about.

Maths - Today we would like you to have a look at the powerpoint 'Halving Numbers' linked below:

Halving Numbers

Now have a go at the worksheet linked below where you will need to half the number of flags between two sandcastles.

Sandcastle Mat

Halving Sandcastes Cut and Stick

Science - Have a go at sorting the different items into farm animals, zoo animals, vegetables or fruit. If you can't print the sheet, see if you can draw the different items under each heading.

Farm and Zoo animals sorting activity

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Literacy - Have a go at choosing two more diagraphs from your basic code. Can you think of words which have that sound in? Have a go at writing the diagraphs and placing the words in a sentence.

Choose a toy from your collection at home. Draw a picture of this toy and list some adjectives to describe your toy. Now try and put these adjectives into a sentence.

For example: My teddy is big and fluffy.

Maths - Have a go at the Monster Sweet Shop game using the link below:

Monster Sweet Shop Game

Now have a go at the Greedy Monster Halving sheet

Greedy Monsters Halving activity

RE - Today we would like you to share the powerpoint linked below all about A Mosque.

A Mosque

Talk to an adult about how it is a special place to Muslims and how they wash their hands before they enter. We would like you design a prayer mat that could be used in the mosque. 

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Literacy - Have a go at choosing two more diagraphs from your basic code. Can you think of words which have that diagraph in? Have a go at writing the diagraphs and placing them in a sentence.

Choose an animal or object from off the farm. Now have at describing it by using sentences. Do this verbally first and see if your adult can guess what you are thinking of. Now think of something else and have a go at writing some sentences to describe it. Can your adult guess what you are thinking of?

Maths - Have a look at the powerpoint Halving Fruit for Parrots which is linked below:

Halving Fruit for Parrots

Have a go at at the halving worksheet linked below. See if you can place the dots on the ladybird and say how many there are on each half.

Halving to 10 ladybirds

We have linked some handwriting sheets to practice your handwriting, have a go and send us a picture of your work. If you can't print these sheets, have a go at writing them into your home learning book.

Handwriting Activity Sheets

Tuesday 30th June 2020

Literacy - Have a go at choosing two more diagraphs from your basic code. Can you think of words which have that diagraph in? Have a go at writing the diagraphs and then placing these words into sentences.

Now have a go at writing a sentence to go with each pictures about the farm

What can you see on the farm?

Maths - We are continuing our work on halving. Please have a look at the power point linked below:

Teaching Pirates To Be Fair

Now have a go at halving the pirates treasure:

Halving Pirate Treasure

Continue with the halving challenges that were set yesterday.

Halving Challenges

Monday 29th June 2020

We hope you have had a lovely weekend!

Literacy - For the next few weeks we will be recapping the diagraphs you have been taught through out the year. Have a look at you basic code and see if you can remember all the sounds we have learnt. Can you write some words with these sounds in and even have a go at writing some sentences. Keep practicing a bit each day.

Maths - This week we will be looking at the oppoosite to doubling - halving.

Have a look at the powerpoint linked below which is all about halving.

What is halving?

We would now like you to have a go at folding pictures of objects in half. You can draw your own pictures or use the pictures linked below.

What is a half activity

Have a go at the challenges linked below all about halving. Can you answer the questions, use resources to help you if you need to.

Halving home learning challenges

Friday 26th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to order the pictures for the story The Enormous Turnip. What is your favourite part of the story and why?

The Enormous Turnip Sequencing Pictures

Maths - Today we would like you to play a game which will involve you using all you have learnt about doubles. Have fun!

Doubles Board Game

PSED - What has been your favourite part of this weeks learning and why? Have you enjoyed learning the story The Enormous Turnip or learning all about doubles?

Teachnology - Use one of the links above to find a game you would like to play. 

We hope you all have a lovely and relaxing weekend!

Thursday 25th June 2020

Literacy - After learning the trigraph 'ure' this week, we would like you to sound out and spell the different ure words. If you see a sound button this is for a single letter sound and the sound line is for a trigraph or a digraph.

ure words

Maths - We would like you to have another look at the Drama with the Llamas powerpoint from yesterday.

Drama with the Llamas

Have a go at drawing your own tens frames and drawing on the snack a Llama might eat. Now double the number and write the calculation underneath.

PSED - Today we are thinking about the rainbow value of respect. What color is this value on our rainbow? How do you show respect at home and at school.

RE - In todays lesson we are thinking about special places. Talk to an adult about a church and how this is special place for Christians.

Share the powerpoint linked below:

Inside a Church

We would now like you to design and decorate a stained glass window. Don't forget to send in photos of your finished work, we would love to see.

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to have a go at writing the different 'ure' words you looked at yesterday on your phonics sheet. Can you think of any other words?

See if you can write a sentence for each word on your phonic sheet fro yesterday. Don't forget to place in capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Maths - We would like you to have a look at the powerpoint Drama with the Llamas. Can you help the llama farmer find all his llamas by doubling the number he already has?

Drama with the Llamas

Now have a go at the activity sheet linked to this powerpoint.

Drama with the Llamas Worksheet

Retell the story The Enormous Turnip and try and remember the actions you have created to help you tell the story.

Music - Have a go at learning this song about The Enormous Turnip. Have fun!

This enormous turnip song

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Literacy - This week we are learning to say and write the trigraph ure. Have a go at writing this trigraph and thinking of words with this sound in. For example pure, sure, cure.

ure worksheet

Have a go at telling the story The Enormous Turnip to a member of your family. Can you remember the actions you thought of yesterday?

Maths - We are continuing our work on doubles. have a go at playing the Jungle Maths Doubling game from yesterday. Can you improve your score?

Jungle Maths Doubling Game

Now have a go at the butterfly maths sheets attached

Butterfly doubles to 10

Butterfly doubles to 20

PSED - Today we athinking about the rainbow value honesty. What colour is this rainbow value. How do you show honesty at home and at school?

Monday 22nd June 2020

We hope you have had a great weekend!

Literacy - Today we would like you to read the story The Enormous Turnip. Whilst you are reading it see if you can think of some actions to go woth the story to help you remember it.

The Enormous Turnip

PE - Can you set up some different fitness stations in your garden. For example at one station you have to jog on the spot, at another station you have to do star jumps, at another station you need to throw a ball in the air and catch it and at another station you need to skip. How fast can you get round all the stations? Which one are you best at?

Maths - This week we are continuing our work pon doubles. Follow the link below and play Jungle Maths Doubling.

Jungle Maths Doubling Game

Now have a go at the worksheet linked below where you will be doubling to 10. If you can't print this sheet see if you can draw your own dominoes to show you have doubed the number.

Double dominoes to 10

Challenge - Can you have a look at the different challenges about the story The Enormous Turnip. See if you can complete the challenges on this sheet

The enormous turnip home learning challenge

Friday 19th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to share the text Farmyard Hullabaloo and recap on the rhyming pairs of words.

Today we would like you to make your own rhyming string on a zig zag piece of paper. Write the word cow, pig or hen at the top and see if you can write different rhyming words down the paper.

Maths - Today we would like you to look at the powerpoint called ladybird doubling.

Ladybird Doubling

Now we would like you to have a go at the ladybird doubling worksheet linked below. You can choose to do doubling to 10 or 20.

Ladybird Doubles to 10

Ladybird Doubles to 20

PSED - Today we are thinking about the value responsibility. What colour on the rainbow is this value? How do you shoe responsibility at home or at school?

Talk to an adult about your favourite part of the week and why it is has been your favourite bit.

Have a great weekend!

Thursday 18th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to share the text ' Farmyard Hullabaloo.' What was your favourite part of the story and why?

Farmyard Hullabaloo

Can you spot all the rhyming words? Write the rhyming words down in a list, what do you notice about these words?

Maths - Can you recall some doubling number facts quickly? For example if you were asked what is double 1? Can you answer with counting the dots on the numicon?

Have a go at playing the doubling numicon matching game. You need to match the numicon shapes to the matching description. play with an adult and see who wins.

Doubling Numicon Matching Game

PSED - Today we are looking at the rainbow value trust. What colour on the rainbow is this value, can you remember? Who do you trust and why? 

RE - Today we would like you to look at the pictures of places from around the world. Talk to an adult about what they are, why they might be special and who might go there. 

Special Places

Now have a go at drawing a place that is psecial to you and label it. Why is this place special? Is there anyone in your special place?

Wednesday 17th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to have a go at sounding out the different 'air' words. Don't forget it there is a sound button this means thereis one sound and if there is a sound line it may mean you will need to use a diagraph or a trigraph.

air words

Maths - Today we would like you have a look at the doubles powerpoint you looked at yesterday. We have added the link underneath:

Numicon Doubles Powerpoint

We would now like you to have a go at the numicon doubles sheet. You will need to add the two shapes together and see what answer you get. Can you say the answer with out counting the dots?

There are two worksheets - one sheet is doubles to 10 and one is doubles to 20. Please decide which one you would like to complete.

Numicon Doubles to 10

Numicon Doubles to 20

PSED - Today we would like you to think about the rainbow value of cooperation. What does it mean to cooperate? How do you show cooperation at home? 

PE - Have a go at these activities by Joe Wicks. How many can you you do in 30 seconds? 

Joe Wicks Workout Cards

Tuesday 16th June 2020

Literacy - After learning the triagraph 'air' yesterday see if you can write some words containing this triagraph. Can you have a go at writing them into a sentence. Don't forget to use a capital letter, finger spaces and full stop at the end.

Maths - We would like you have a look at the doubling powerpoint, what do you notice about the number shapes as they are doubled.

Numicon Doubles

Maths - now we would like you to have a go cutting and sticking the number shapes into the boxes to double the amount. Use the pictures to work out the answer, then write the answer in the box. If you can't print this sheet, have a go at drawing the number shapes yourself. There are 2 different levels, choose the one which is appropriate to you.

Numicon Doubles to 10 cut and stick

Numicon Doubles to 20 cut and stick

PSED - Today we are thinking about the rainbow value kindness. How do you show kindness to the people around you? How do they show kindness to you? What could you do if someone is not being kind to you?

Read the ebook 'The Little Red Hen' and talk to an adult about this story. Why did the hen not share the bread with the other animals? How would you feel if you were 'The Little Red Hen'?

The Little Red Hen

Monday 15th June 2020

We hope you all had a lovely weekend!

Literacy - This week we are going to be learning the new triagraph 'air.' Have a go at writing this sound and see if you can think of any words with sound in.

Can you have a go at writing a sentence with an air word in. For example: This morning I brushed my hair.

air worksheet

PE - Using a ball outside see if you can make a course where you need to dribble the ball in and out of the apparatus. Ask an adult to time you and see if you can beat your best time.

Maths - This week we are going to be looking at doubling numbers. Have a look at the powerpoint attached below:

Doubling Machine

Can you have a go at doubling items practically. For example if you have 1 block and put it in the doubling machine how many blocks will come out?

PSED - This week we are going to be thinking about our seven rainbow values. Talk to an adult about the the rainbow value love and think about how do we show love.

Creative - We would like you to have a go at drawing a farm animal and using different materials to collage that animal. Send us a photo of your finished master piece - we would love to see!

Friday 12th June 2020

Literacy - We would like you to look at the Farm Vehicles photo powerpoint. What are the different vehicles called and which one is your favourite? What is it about that vehicle that you like?

Farm Vehicles Powerpoint

We would now like you to have a go at drawing your favourite farm vehicle and labelling it. For example wheel, light, roof, front, back.

Maths - We have made it to number 20! Have a look at the powerpoint and see if you can answer the questions. How many tens would you need to make this number and how many units?

All About Number 20 PowerPoint

Now have a go at completing the worksheet all about number 20.

All About the Number 20 Activity Sheet

PSED - What has been your favourite part of the week and why? 

ICT - Have a go at using one of the online games which are linked at the top of the page. Which is your favourite game and why? What do you have to do to complete this game?

Have a brilliant weekend!

Thursday 11th June 2020

Literaacy - We would like you to look at the photos of the different farm animals. What is your favourite animal and why? Try and describe your favourite animal to an adult.

Farm Animal Photos

Now have ago at drawing your favourite farm animal and labeling it. Use labels such as head, leg, tail, feet.

Maths - Today we are looking at the number 19 and we would like you to look at the attached pwerpoint and answer the questions.

All About Number 19 PowerPoint

Now have a go at the attached worksheet all about number 19.

All About the Number 19 Activity Sheet

RE - Today we are looking at different homes around the world. We would like you to look at the powerpoint and discuss with an adult the things you have seen. Can you talk about what makes a home special, why is your home special to you?

Different Homes Around the World

Now have a go at making a home for a farm animal using your construction toys. Send us a photo of your finished home, we would love to see.

Wednesday 10th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to have a go at sounding out and spelling the different 'ear' words. If there is a sound button you will need one sound and if there is a sound line you may need a diagraph or or a trigraph. Use your basic code to help you.

ear words

Maths - Today we are looking at the number 18. Have a look at the attached powerpoint and see if you can make 18 in different ways using different objects. How many tens do you need and how many units.

All About Number 18 PowerPoint

Now have a go at this worksheet all about number 18. If you are unable to print it see if you can have a go at writing the number and drawing two tens frames with the right number of circles in each.

All About the Number 18 Activity Sheet

PE - Have a go at catching and throwing a ball with an adult in the garden. Can you catch the ball when you stand further apart?

Have a go at some of the yoga movements linked below.

yoga movement cards

Tuesday 9th June 2020

Literacy - Today we are learning to say and write the trigraph 'ear. Can you think of any more words with the 'ear' sound in? Can you have a go at writing these words?

ear worksheet

Now have a go at writing a sentence with an ear word in. For example: I can hear a bird.

Maths - Today we are learning about the number 17. Have a look at the powerpoint attached and see if you can answer the questions. How many tens and how many units would you need to make this number?

All About Number 17 PowerPoint

Now have a go at the number 17 worksheet attached below.

All About the Number 17 Activity Sheet

Creative - Today we would like you to make a farm animal mask. You can choose any farm animal you wish and make the mask however you wish. please send us a picture of your finished mask, we would love to see it!

Monday 8th June 2020

We hope you all had a great weekend!

PE - Today we have attached a link to some activities which could be completed in your garden. Have fun!

Home Fitness Activity Cards

Maths - We are going to continue looking at numbers to twenty starting this week with number 16. Have a look at the powerpoint attached and see if you can answer the questions. How many sets of ten will you need and how many units?

All About Number 16 PowerPoint

Now have a go at completing this worksheet that is attached. If you are unable to print it, you can complete the activities in your home learning book.

All About the Number 16 Activity Sheet

Creative - Have a go at making your own farm animal stick puppets. We have attached a sheet below but you can also draw your own. Have a go at singing the song 'Old McDonald Had a Farm' and use your stick puppets as you sing.

Farm animal stick puppets

PSED - Talk to someone in your family about something you have done recently that you were really proud of. What did you do? How did you feel? Why were you proud of it?

Friday 5th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to look at the powerpoint attached below which is all about where food comes from. Talk with an adult about what you have seen. Can you tell an adult something about where food comes from?

Where Does Food Come From

Maths - We are going to be looking at number 15 today. Have a look at the powerpoint and see if you can draw a 15 in two tens frames. One tens frame will need 10 circles and the other tens frame will need 5 circles.

All About Number 15 PowerPoint

We would like you to have a go at ' On the Farm I spy.' Have a look to see how many of each animal there are and write the number down. Now have a go at adding the numbers together to find the total. If you can't print the sheet see if you can record your answers in your home learning book.

Farm I spy and count

Farm I spy Checklist and Answers

ICT - Have a go at using one of the links above to access a game online.

PSED - Talk to an adult about your favourite part of this week. Why was it your favourite? What have you learnt this week? 

Have a great weekend and don't forget to keep in touch and send us your photos of the activities you are completing at home.

Thursday 4th June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to play the ' Guess what I am' game. We have attached a link to powerpoint which you might like to use but you cxan also play this game without it. You need to think of an animal and an adult needs to ask you questions about that animal to guess what it is. So for example, Has it got four legs? Is it a big animal? Does it have a tail?

Guess What I Am

Now you have played the game see if you can have a go at writing the clues down in sentences. Draw a picture of your animal to illustrate your work.

Maths - Today we are looking at number 14. Have a look at the powerpoint and see if you can answer the questions. How many different ways can you make fourteen. Can you draw it on a tens frame? How many sets of ten do you need and how many ones?

All About Number 14 PowerPoint

Now have a go at counting the farm animals and write in the number. Can you have a go at writing a number line 0 - 20? 

Farm Counting

RE - Today we would like you to share the story of 'Moses and the Ten Commandments' linked below. Talk to an adult about the story - what is it about?

Moses Ten Commandments Big Book

We would now like you to talk to an adult about the rules which you need to follow and which are important to you. We Would like you to draw some of these rules.

golden rule border

Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to look at the powerpoint 'Where does each animal live?' which is attached below.

Once you have looked at the powerpoint we would like you to write a sentence about where an animal lives on the farm. Don't forget to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. You can print the sheet below or write your sentence straight into your home book.

Where does each animal live on the farm

Farm Page to write on

Maths - We would like you to watch the powerpoint all about number 13. Can you answer the questions and make 13 in different ways? 

All About Number 13 PowerPoint

Now we would like you to have a go at cutting and sticking the correct tens frame to the right number. If you are unable to print this sheet see if you can draw your own tens frame for the numbers.

Tens frame cut and stick

Creative - We would like you to create your own farm map. Draw a map and use the pictures linked below to make your own farm. You could draw your own pictures if you want. We are looking forward to seeing your finished maps!

Farm Pictures

Farm Pictures

PSED - Talk to someone about something that has made you fell happy today. Why did it make you feel happy? How did you feel inside?

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Literacy - We are continuing our work on the trigraph igh. Today we would like you to look at the sheet and sound out and spell the different words. Remember that a sound button is for a single sound and a sound line is for a diagraph or a trigraph. If you can't print the sheet please have a go at sounding out the words in your home learning book.

Challenge - Can you write a sentence with one of these words in?

igh words

Maths - Today we are going to find out about number 12. Have a look at the powerpoint and see if you can answer the different questions.

All About Number 12 PowerPoint

Now have a go at completing the Teddy Bears picnic sheet where the children will be counting to 20.

Teddy Bears Counting to 20

Science - Today we are thinking about animals and their young. Can you have a look at the sheet and try and match the baby to their adult animal. If you can print the sheet you can cut and stick them together. If you can't print the sheet then talk through your choices with an adult.

Animals and their young cut and stick

Monday 1st June 2020

We hope you have all had a brilliant half term and enjoyed the beautiful weather!

This half term our topic is 'On the Farm.'

Literacy - Today we will be learning the trigraph 'igh'. Have a look at the attached sheet and see if you can spot the items which have the 'igh' sound in them. Have a go at forming the letters and saying the sound to an adult.

Challenge - Have a go at writing a sentence using one of the words, for example 'I need the light on'.

igh Worksheet

Maths - We are looking at using numbers to 20 and how these numbers can be represented in different ways. We would like the children to look at the power point all about number 11. Can they answer the different questions about number 11? Can you make number 11 in different ways such as using pencils, write a number line, use wooden blocks.

All About Number 11 PowerPoint

We would then like the children to complete the number car park cut and stick. The children need to count the dots on the cars and place the car in the correct space. If you are unable to print this sheet please have a go at drawing your own cars and place the dots on. Count how many dots you have and write the number next to the car.

Cars for number car park

Number Car Park

Creative - We would like you to have a go at fixing the farm picture by cutting out the correct shapes and putting them in the correct place.

If you can't print this sheet please have a go at drawing your own farm scene. Don't forget to send us a photo of your farm scene - we would love to see it!

Farm fix the picture

Half Term

We hope you all have a great half term holiday and have a chance to relax as you have all worked so hard! There will be no home learning over half term but we have attached some fun activities that you might like to try during the week. Please continue to practice your phonics, reading and number counting each day. 

Don't forget to stay in touch and let us know what you have been doing!

Half Term Learning Activities Grid

Friday 22nd May 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to complete the minibeast wordsearch. If you can not print the sheet please choose one of the minibeasts and write a sentence about it.

Minibeast Wordsearch

Singing - Have a go at singing this minibeast song to the tune 'Head, shoulders, knees and toes'. The words are on the powerpoint linked below.

Minibeast Song Words

Maths - Have a go at the 'I Spy Minibeast' sheet. How many of each insect can you spot? If you can't print the sheet see if you can count the insects on the computer and record the amount you count in your home learning book.

Minibeast I Spy and Count Activity

Thursday 21st May 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to watch the powerpoint on slugs and snails. There are lots of interesting facts for you to read about.

After you have completed the powerpoint, see if you can write an interesting fact and illustrate your work.

All About Slugs and Snails PowerPoint

Maths - Today we would like to have a gio at completing the caterpillar lunch subtraction cards. Can you record each calculation such as  9 - 1 = 8 in your home learning book. 

Caterpillars Lunch Subtraction Challenge Cards

RE - This week as part of the unit on ' What makes eople special' we would like you to read through the powerpoint story ' Jesus Heals a Blind Man.' 

We have attached some sequencing activities - have a look through and see which activity you would like to complete. If you are unable to print these activities, please talk to an adult about the sequence of the story.

Jesus heal a blind_man powerpoint

Jesus heals a blind man sequencing

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Literacy - Today we would like you to watch the powerpoint on spiders! There are some brilliant facts on this powerpoint about spiders. At the end tell an adult what your favourite is.

Spiders Facts Powerpoint

Now you have discussed your favourite fact see if you can write it down and draw a picture of a spider to illustrate your work.

Maths - This is a continuation of the subtraction or take away work you have been completing over the past few dayts. Once you have completed the sheet see if you can write your own subtraction calculations and work them out. If you can't print this sheet please complete different subtraction calculations in your home school book.

Subtraction Worksheet

Creative: Have a go making a paper plate spider web. We have attached the instructions below. We would love to see your finished spider webs so please email any photos to the class email address.

Paper Plate Spider Web Instructions

Tuesday 19th May 2020

Literacy - In literacy today we would like you to sound out and attempt to write different words with the 'ear' diagraph in.

Please print out the attached sheet but if you are unable to do this please have a go at writing the words in your home learning book.

ear words

Maths - We would like you to continue the work you have started yesterdayt on subtraction. You can have a look at the PowerPoint from yesterday to remind yourselves about how to subtract or take away.

Subtraction Worksheet

Science - We would like you to have a go at finding out where different minibeasts might live. Have a look at the attached sheet and decide where you think each minibeast might live. You could have a look for these insects when you next on a walk.

Minibeast Locations

Monday 18th May 2020

We hope you all had a good weekend!

Literacy - This week we are learning to write and spot the trigraph 'ear'. Remember a trigraph is three letters together making one sound.

Have a look at the attached sheet and see if you can form the ear trigraph. Can you have a go at writing some words with this sound in them? If you can't print this sheet please have a go at writing this sound in your home learning book.

ear worksheet

Maths - This week in our maths lessons we are going to be looking at subtraction or taking away. There is a powerpoint to look at first to help with this and then there is a worksheet to complete. If you can not print the sheet ask an adult to write a few calculations in your home learning book to complete.

Minibeast Subtraction PowerPoint

Subtraction Worksheet

PSED - Following on from the work you completed last week on thinking about things you and your family are good at, see if you can draw a picture of something you like doing in school. Talk to someone about what you have drawn and why do you enjoy doing it at school? Let us know what you have drawn, we would love to see too!

Science - Have a look at the attached worksheet and see if you can cut and stick the picture of the insect to the description. If you are unable to print this worksheet see if you can talk through which picture and description you would place together.

Minibeast matching cut and stick

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