- Class Pages
- Year 1
- Working From Home - Spring Term 2022
- Week Commencing 19th July 2021
- Monday 19th July 2021
Monday 19th July 2021
Good morning Year One,
Here is your home learning for today and all the relevant resources.
There are videos below, with the input sessions for you to watch at your leisure.
You might like to start your day with some yoga:
or a Joe Wicks work out:
Literacy- End of Year Reflection
This morning, your task is to think about your year in Year One and write about some of the highlights- the bits you will remember.
On the lesson input video, you will see the sorts of sentences we would like you to write. You will also need to spot errors in the sentences and think about how you would correct them.
*A link for this lesson input video have been emailed to you.
Below, you will find a piece of paper you might like to use to write and draw your ideas on, or you might prefer to simply write them straight onto a piece of paper you have at home.
Remember to re-read your writing for:
*Use of the word ‘because’ to give extra detail
Please bring your writing back to school tomorrow as we will be sharing some of our memories together in class.
Also, you might like to get a bit creative and design a ‘Class of 2021’ T-shirt, including some of your favourite memories from the year. Here is a template to use if you would like to:
Here are your spellings for this last week of Year One. There will still be a quiz on Friday, so try to have a go at learning them for a short time each day! All these words end in '-ve'.
Here is the maths input lesson, consolidating our knowledge of number bonds to 20.
Below you will find some a PowerPoint game to play and test your recall of number bonds to 20.
This picture will help you recall the number bonds, and it can be used to check your answers.
Here you will find a selection of Number bond to 20 worksheets to pick from and have a go at, you do not need to do them all! Pick the ones that appeal to you.
You might also like a slight challenge by attempting to find all the hidden number bonds in this word search!
For more of a challenge have a go at:
Here are some other questions you might like to have a go at:
If you feel more work on bonds for 10 would be beneficial, have a go at this:
You might enjoy playing a game, here are some number bonds games that you might find fun:
Here are some resources to help you find the number bonds:
There is a number track to 20- you can use this to count on from the given number to 20.
There is also a sheet with tens frames- you could put 20 objects on the frame to help you- for example Lego bricks in 2 colours or 2 different types of pasta... whatever you have a home.
Have a look at the phonics video below to recap on all the Read Write Inc sounds we have looked at this year. Select one page from the document below. You need to read the words, add the sound buttons (dots and dashes) and then draw the pictures.
As a reminder, here are the main set 2 and 3 sounds we have focused on:
Science- The Five Senses
As a way of ending our work on the senses this year, here is a little activity that you might find enjoyable. It involves going on a scavenger hunt! Go for a walk around your home, or maybe your garden, if possible and use your senses to see if you can find all the things on the list.
Can you find something that is; smooth, rough, something that makes a noise, round, yellow, something long, manmade, soft, red, something you can smell and something you can eat?
End of Year Quiz
To end our home learning, here is a short End of Year Quiz to test your memory on things that happened and recall of some of the things we found out about, as part of our topics.
Below, you will find a video of the quiz being read to you and another video with the answers being revealed.
Here is a copy of the Quiz, a sheet to record the answers on and the answers.
Thank you once again for all of your hard work and to all the adults at home for your continued support over the past couple of weeks and of course, the whole year!
We are looking forward to seeing you all back at school tomorrow!
See you in class in the morning!