- Class Pages
- Year 1
- Working From Home
- Working From Home Spring Term
- Week Beginning 18th January 2021
- 21st January 2021 Thursday
21st January 2021 Thursday
Good morning Year One!
We will start our day with a movement song. Play the video below and join in with the actions!
9:30 Zoom session
Today we will retell the story of Little Red Riding Hood. Here are the steps we will follow:
First we will order the pictures from the story in the correct order.
Then we will orally retell the story using the pictures.
Lastly, we will write a sentence to go with each picture.
OH NO!!!! THE STORY CARDS HAVE BEEN MIXED UP!
Can you put the story cards in the correct order? What happens first in the story? What happens next? What happens at the end?
Once you have put the pictures in the correct order, retell the story in your own words using the pictures to help you. Don't write anything down at this stage as it is important to orally retell the story first.
Now we will have a go at writing a sentence to go with each picture.
Once there was a little girl called Little Red Riding Hood.
When writing, remember to say your sentence out loud. Count the words then write the sentence down. Don't forget capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.
You can use the word mat below to help you.
If you would like to print out the word mat, please find it below.
There are different versions of today's activity for you to choose from. Each level has pictures and a story board to stick the pictures on. You do not need to use the story board. You can simply stick the pictures in your exercise book and write a sentence alongside them. If you do not want to print, you can just write the sentences in your exercise book.
One star- Cut and stick 4 pictures from the story in the correct order. (Sequence only)
Two stars- Cut and stick pictures from the story in the correct order. Write a few sentences to go with some of the pictures.
Three stars- Cut and stick the pictures in the correct order. Write a sentence for each picture.
In class we will be working on forming the letters e and s with the correct sequence of movements- we will focus on the correct direction of movements, keep the letters a consistent size and position them on the lines.
These short videos demonstrate the letter formation that we teach:
Please continue to learn your spellings for this week. Remember there is a quiz on Friday.
yawn, claw, drawn, share, care, spare, go, so
Nessy spelling- Try completing 10 minutes of Nessy spelling today.
Please read for at least 10 minutes today.
Can you retell the story? You can use the pictures to help you.
Optional reading activities.
- Pick 3 words from your book and explain what they mean.
- Describe a character from your book.
- Design a new front cover for your book.
11 am Zoom session
Main session: Related Facts
You can use the link below to watch the video for today's learning.
Here is a worksheet that reinforces the learning for today. Please complete as much of the sheet as you can. There is also an answer sheet provided for you to check your answers and mark your work.
If you would like a further challenge, there are some reasoning and problem solving questions linked to the learning.
Zoom session 1:00 pm
We will be focusing on the sound: ur- nurse with a purse.
For example, nurse, purse, turn, burn, curl, church, purple, surf ...
Have a go at reading and writing words with the ur sound using the PowerPoint below.
Below is a worksheet for you to complete. There are different levels to choose from. Choose the level that you would like to complete. Print out the relevant pages only. You do not need to complete all the sheets.
ICT- Audio stories
This afternoon the children will be introduced to audio stories. Audio stories are simply stories read aloud. Sometimes they have sound effects or music to help bring the story to life.
Your task is to listen to the following audio story- 'Sidney Spider- A Tale of Friendship'. Just click on the link below. Make sure to listen carefully to the story. There are some questions to talk about at the end.
If you enjoyed listening to the audio story, click on the link below for more audio stories.
Thank you for all your hard work today. We hope you had a good day of home learning.