Wednesday 29th April
Good morning Year One,
We hope your home learning is going well. We have been very impressed by all the work we have seen from you so far. Thank you for working so hard.
Here is your work for today. If you have any questions please do feel free to contact us, we are here to help.
We are both contactable through our usual email addresses.
You might like to start your day with the Joe Wicks workout on You Tube.
Or, maybe join in with some super moves by watching the video below:
Today we would like you to write your own non-fiction page with information about firefighters.
Please include the following on your page:
Information box- including a question and answer- remember where to use a question mark.
Select a word to write a definition for- explaining what the word means, like you would find in a glossary.
Challenge: Use subheadings for the different topics you write about.
Continue to learn your spellings for this week- they focus on the sounds: ire- Fire, fire! and ear – Hear with your ear.
They are: fire, spire, wire, hear, fear, spear / school, house
Please carry out the quiz at home on Friday and let us know how you got on. Thank you.
The phonic focus this week are also: ire- Fire, fire! and ear – Hear with your ear.
We will also revise: a-e – make a cake and i-e – nice smile.
There is an additional phonics sheet but you can read the words on screen if you prefer not to print it off.
Here is the link to watch the Ruth Miskin phonics video for today- it will recap on the sounds we have been looking at this year.
In your handwriting books please work on the following letter formation- the zig zag letters:
v, w, x, z
Please refer to the handwriting sheet in your pack for the correct formation.
Can you think of any short words that use these letters- it will give you a chance to show you can write all the vowels correctly, too.
vet, van, wet, wax, box, fox, zoo, zig, zag...
Also, work on any particular letters you know need a little extra time spent on them. Thank you
Please read for at least 10 minutes. You can select an online book from one of the websites below.
In maths we will be completing work on finding a quarter of amounts.
Please follow the link below to the Summer Term week 2 set of lessons.
Please click on lesson 3 - Find a quarter (2)
Watch the video first. There is a ‘flashback’ page to consolidate prior learning, remember to pause the page to discuss and answer the questions.
Once your child has watched the whole video you could either print out the ‘Get the Activity’ pages with relevant questions linked to the learning in the video. You can then ‘Get the answers’ in the box below to check their work with them. Or, if you prefer not to print out additional paper, then please ask your child to complete the following in their home learning book.
1. Get 4 objects and share them between 4 to find what a quarter of 4 is.
Draw and write this in your book- A quarter of 4 is …………
2. Get 12 objects- share them between 4 to find what one quarter of 12 is.
Draw and write it in your books.
Record it by drawing 2 rows of 6.
Draw a line to find half then draw another line to show the quarters.
Write – A quarter of 12 is ………….
3. Draw 20 objects in 4 rows and 5 columns.
Find the 4 equal groups and draw lines to show this.
Write in your book- A quarter of 20 is …………
4. Complete the following sentences in your books. You can use objects or draw pictures to help you.
Half of 12 is ……….
A quarter of 12 is ……..
Half of 16 is …..….
A quarter of 16 is ……..
Half of 8 is ………
A quarter of 8 is ………
What do you notice?
5. A quarter is 6.
What is the whole?
The whole is ……..
*Use objects or draw pictures to help you.
Below is the grid of other subject activities that you can select from this week. Select a different activity to have a go at today. Here are the resources that you might need to help you.