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Monday 6th July 2020

Physical Activity

 

Start your day with either a Joe Wicks workout or some yoga movements.

In class we will be carrying out the following Cosmic Kids yoga session:

Cosmic Kids Yoga DANCE PARTY!

GET THOSE WRIGGLES OUT with a mix of our Yoga Disco tracks. Yoga-based movement set to upbeat music. Can you do the full 12 minutes?

Writing

Today you are going to find out about the Royal Pavilion in Brighton.

There are some videos below to watch and find out some information.

 

Your task is to read a simple leaflet all about the Royal Pavilion and check it is suitable to be published. I think there might be a few errors that need checking and changing!

Your job is to make the changes- look out for:

Capital letters at the start of sentences and at the start of names and names of places.

Capital letters in the wrong places.

Full stops at the end of sentences.

Exclamation marks

Incorrect spellings!

 

Select a leaflet that you feel is the most appropriate for your child to edit. There are 3 different levels below:

Introduction to the Royal Pavilion

A short history of Brighton's Royal Pavilion, narrated by Andrew Barlow, a former Keeper of the Royal Pavilion.

The following video is quite long- you might not want to watch it all but the first part about iron railings made to look like bamboo and the 6 layers of Queen Victoria's bed might be of interest! 

Tour of the First Floor of the Royal Pavilion

Handwriting

Today we would like you to refine the accurate letter formation of your whole name- with lead-ins. 

The power point below will remind you of the correct letter formation for each letter, when starting it on the line.

 

Once you have had a go at your name in your handwriting book. Your next task is to accurately form the letters of these key words:

they   be   he

Spellings

This week you are going to be thinking about the spelling rule for adding the suffix - ed when a word ends in y.

 

If a word ends in a consonant +y,

we swap the y for an i before adding -ed.

 

Your spellings for this week are: 

 cry - cried

try - tried

dry - dried

fry - fried

copy - copied

reply - replied

 

Here are the usual spelling sheet to use and help you to recall the words each day- or work on them daily in your own way, if you prefer.

Phonics

This week in phonics we will be recapping on the sounds: are, ur, er, ow (brown cow), ai

 

Today we will focus on the sound: are

 

Please have a go at the sheet below (or copy the words into your workbooks and then if you feel ready for a challenge- think of 3 words that have the 'are' sound in them (that you read on the sheet) then write your own sentences with those words in them.

 

The usual link to the word game is below for your reference.

The /are/ spelling pattern - Mr Thorne Does Phonics

Watch UK school teacher Mr Thorne and Youtube sensation Geraldine the Giraffe take you on a learning journey through the world of phonics, grammar, spelling ...

Geraldine the Giraffe learns /are/

Watch UK school teacher Mr Thorne and Youtube sensation Geraldine the Giraffe take you on a learning journey through the world of phonics, grammar, spelling ...

Reading

Please try to fit in at least 10 minutes of reading during the day.

The usual links for the websites with online books can be found on the previous page.

 

 

Maths

Today we will be learning about- Describing Turns.

Here is the usual video to watch and then there is the corresponding worksheet for the lesson.

If you prefer not to print it, then please just copy the questions into your workbook.

 

Below, there is also a power point presentation that you might find useful but it is optional.

Year 1 - Week 11 - Lesson 1 - Describe turns

This is "Year 1 - Week 11 - Lesson 1 - Describe turns" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Read Write Inc. Phonics lesson of the Day!

Below is the link to the next phonics lesson for today.

Afternoon session: Art - line drawing

 

Below there are some pictures of the Royal Pavilion.  Have a go at drawing the lines and shapes that you see to complete your own line drawings.

The video below shows you how a real artist has drawn the Royal Pavilion- you might find it interesting. He is very talented. It might give you some ideas of the shapes to look out for when you draw your own...

How to Draw Brighton Pavilion

See How to Draw Buildings: Brighton Pavilion using a 4B pencil.

End of the Day- Peace out session

End your day of learning with some gentle and calm relaxation.

Peace Out Guided Relaxation for Kids | 8. Magic Treehouse

Peace Out Guided Relaxation for Kids | 8. Magic Treehouse Peace Out

Here are a few clips about some kings and queens that you might like to find out about and maybe even dress up as on our 'King and Queen Day' on Wednesday!

Horrible Histories Tudors: Elizabeth I portrait. Historical Mastermind : Shakespeare,

Horrible Histories - Victoria and Albert Song

A prevailing love ballad from this finest programme.

HORRIBLE HISTORIES - The Tudors Song

Horrible Histories Tudor Sugar-Paste Toothpaste

Horrible Histories Strange Tudor Laws

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