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Year 1 Remote Learning

This page is for our children who are learning at home so that they can access learning throughout the week. You will find an English, maths and reading task for each day. Topic tasks are at the bottom for children to choose from.

Thank you, Miss Clark.

Phonics Resources

Name
 green-words-1.pptDownload
 green-words-2.pptDownload
 Set 1 sound cards.pdfDownload
 Set 2 sound cards.pdfDownload
 set-2-words.pptxDownload
 Speed sound chart.pdfDownload
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Monday: 15.05.22 

 Phonics

LQ: How do you read and write the sound 'aw'?

Recognise the sound, read the sound, read words containing the sound, read alien words containing the sound, write words containing the sound and write words containing the sound in a sentence.

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

English

Hot Task: How do you write a recount?

Write a recount of our trip to Cannon Hall Farm.

Try to include:

  • Capital letters
  • Finger Spaces
  • Full stops
  • Adjectives
  • Time connectives
  • Suffixes -ed and -ing
  • Conjunctions

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

Maths

Learning Question: How do you use everyday language to describe weight and mass?

Work through the power point and complete the fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions.

 

Maths Resources

Name
 How do you use everyday language to describe weight and mass.docxDownload
 Spr1.10.1-Introduce-weight-and-mass-activity.pptxDownload
 Spr1.10.2-Introduce-weight-and-mass.pptxDownload
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Tuesday: 16.05.22

Phonics

LQ: How do you read and write the sound 'au'?

Recognise the sound, read the sound, read words containing the sound, read alien words containing the sound write words containing the sound and write words containing the sound in a sentence.

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

English

Guided: What actions can we use to retell a list?

 

 Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

Maths

Learning Question: How do you measure mass?

Work through the power point and complete the fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions.

 

Handwriting

Practice letter formation,  practise writing Common Exception Words with these letters in and then practise sentences with these words in. Write the letters and choose words from the Year 1 common exception words including the letters you have practised.

Curly Caterpillar Letters: c a d o q g e f s 

One Armed Robot Letters: m n r b h k p

Ladder Letters: l i t j u y

Zig Zag Monster Letters: v w x z

 

Maths Resources

Name
 How do you measure mass.docxDownload
 Spr1.10.3-Measure-mass.pptxDownload
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Wednesday 17.05.22

Phonics

LQ: How do you read and write the sound 'ir'?

Recognise the sound, read the sound, read words containing the sound, read alien words containing the sound write words containing the sound and write words containing the sound in a sentence.

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

English

Applied: How do you write a list for a new puppy owner?

 Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

Maths

Learning Question: How do you compare mass?

Work through the power point and complete the fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions.

 

Handwriting

Practice letter formation,  practise writing Common Exception Words with these letters in and then practise sentences with these words in. Write the letters and choose words from the Year 1 common exception words including the letters you have practised.

Curly Caterpillar Letters: c a d o q g e f s 

One Armed Robot Letters: m n r b h k p

Ladder Letters: l i t j u y

Zig Zag Monster Letters: v w x z

 

Maths Resources

Name
 Spr1.10.4-Compare-mass.pptxDownload
 Y1-Spring-Block-4-WO3-Compare-mass-2019.pdfDownload
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Thursday 18.05.22

Phonics

LQ: How do you read and write the sound 'ew'?

Recognise the sound, read the sound, read words containing the sound, read alien words containing the sound write words containing the sound and write words containing the sound in a sentence.

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

English

Hot Task: How do you write a list?

Create a list of things that a new pet owner will need, then present it in a list. 

What will the animal need?

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

Maths

Complete the end of unit assessment.

 

Handwriting

Practice letter formation,  practise writing Common Exception Words with these letters in and then practise sentences with these words in. Write the letters and choose words from the Year 1 common exception words including the letters you have practised.

Curly Caterpillar Letters: c a d o q g e f s 

One Armed Robot Letters: m n r b h k p

Ladder Letters: l i t j u y

Zig Zag Monster Letters: v w x z

 

Thursday Resources

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 wrm-y1-spr3-length-height-assessment.pdfDownload
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Friday 19.05.22

Phonics

Recap the sounds we have learnt this week.

Recognise the sound, read the sound, read words containing the sound, read alien words containing the sound, write words containing the sound and write words containing the sound in a sentence.

Remember capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember to keep the letters on the line and form them correctly.

 

Maths

Learning Question: How do you used everyday language to describe capacity?

Work through the power point and complete the fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions.

 

 

Handwriting

Practice letter formation,  practise writing Common Exception Words with these letters in and then practise sentences with these words in. Write the letters and choose words from the Year 1 common exception words including the letters you have practised.

Curly Caterpillar Letters: c a d o q g e f s 

One Armed Robot Letters: m n r b h k p

Ladder Letters: l i t j u y

Zig Zag Monster Letters: v w x z

 

Maths Resources

Name
 Spr1.11.1-Introducing-capacity-and-volume-activity.pptxDownload
 Spr1.11.2-Introducing-capacity-and-volume.pptxDownload
 Y1-Spring-Block-4-WO4-Introduce-capacity-and-volume-2019.pdfDownload
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PE Ideas:

https://www.gonoodle.com/

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers

 

Joe Wicks Videos

 

Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

Just Dance