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Week 1 Home learning resources

Monday

English 

 

Watch the story of Dogger with your child. Discuss with your child the different emotions experienced during the story and talk about times when you have felt these emotions. Finally talk to your child about your favourite toy as a child.

Dogger by Shirley Hughes

Dogger part of Bedtimes Deserve Stories www.facebook.com/readwriteink Episode 1'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqifY7ium4Q Episod...

Maths

Recap with you child what they already know about time. Use the website below to make different times O'clock times using the interactive clock. Extend their learning by asking them what an hour later / an hour before would be.

Phonics 

Don't forget to tune into Ruth Miskins RWI phonics sessions on her Youtube channel - Set 1 9:30 & 12:30, Set 2 10:00 & 1:00, Set 3 10:30 & 1:30. If you would like to to complete more Phonics there is a video and interactive game below. Today's focus is "ay".

Phonics: The 'ay' spelling [FREE RESOURCE]

English - EYFS/KS1: Ash's phonics - The 'ay' spelling This video features in Discovery Education Espresso's Phonics resources. The six modules are based on t...

Tuesday

English 

Look at the image of Dogger and use adjectives (describing words) to describe him. Red & Green- To verbally talk about the teddy and its features, adult to write what child has said and then children to copy. Blue & Yellow - complete the sentence "Dogger has _________" describing its different body parts.

 

Maths

Watch the video explaining what "half past" means. The using the link that was used yesterday ask your child to make different "half past" times using the interactive clock. Extend your child by asking them what time it would be an hour before or an hour later.

Telling Time to the Half Hour | Songs and Rhymes

Watch the full length video here: https://youtu.be/r2K1Py9U87I Also available on DVD: https://www.rocknlearn.com/products/telling-time-dvd Learn how to tell ...

Phonics 

Don't forget to tune into Ruth Miskins RWI phonics sessions on her Youtube channel - Set 1 9:30 & 12:30, Set 2 10:00 & 1:00, Set 3 10:30 & 1:30. If you would like to to complete more Phonics there is a video and interactive game below. Today's focus is "ee".

Phonics: The 'ee' sound [FREE RESOURCE]

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Wednesday 

English 

 

Ask your child what their favourite toy is. Children to sketch their favourite toy and use adjectives to describe it. Why not send pictures of you sketches to Miss Fox on Class Dojo? This was Miss Fox's favourite toy when she was a little girl.

 

Maths 

 

Watch the video below of the little boy who made his own clock and is explaining how to tell the time. Can you make your own clock and send a video to Miss Fox explaining what you know about time?

How to tell the time - o'clock and half past | Kids Educational Videos

Learn how to tell the time with this Kiducation UK series. Learning to tell the time is a long and challenging process and there will be plenty more videos o...

Phonics 

Don't forget to tune into Ruth Miskins RWI phonics sessions on her Youtube channel - Set 1 9:30 & 12:30, Set 2 10:00 & 1:00, Set 3 10:30 & 1:30. If you would like to to complete more Phonics there is a video and interactive game below. Today's focus is "igh".

igh Words | Phase 3 Phonics

Let's sound out some 'igh' words! If you would like your children to sound out independently, simply mute the video. 🚨 SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/litt...

Thursday 

English 

Read the story of Dogger again. On a piece of paper draw a 6 box story board (example in documents below). Talk with your children about the different parts of the story using the time words "First, Next, After that, Then, Finally" (one of these words will need to be used twice). ALL children to draw the different parts of the story, red & green will then verbally retell the story to their adult using time words, blue & yellow to write what is happening in each picture using time words to start each section.

Story board example

Maths

Begin the lesson by making o'clock and half past times on the interactive clock. Open your child’s worksheet, if you are unable to print the sheet out or draw a clock face on paper complete the answers using the interactive clock.

Phonics

 

Don't forget to tune into Ruth Miskins RWI phonics sessions on her Youtube channel - Set 1 9:30 & 12:30, Set 2 10:00 & 1:00, Set 3 10:30 & 1:30. If you would like to to complete more Phonics there is a video and interactive game below. Today's focus is "ow".

Phonics Kingdom 5 Phonics Challenge - ow

Get the whole program 14 books, 7 CDs, 6 DVDs & 1 CD-ROM: http://bit.ly/1Ni4gqi Level 1 - Learning Alphabet Level 2 - Alphabet Sounds Level 3 - Learning Shor...

Friday 

Maths 

Recap yesterdays lesson with your child and ask them to make different times using the interactive clock. Discuss what is meant by the terms "later" and "before" and which way the hands would move. Open your childs worksheet and discuss it with them. If you are unable to print the sheet off or draw a clock face craete the answer on the interactive clock.

English 

Watch the video explaining what nouns are. Once you feel your child is secure on this explain that we are going to see how many nouns we can find in the house in 3 minutes. If possible children to take photographs of all the nouns the can find, if note writing a list is fine. After the timer has finished the children will then write simple sentences containing these nouns.

Red - Will write the items into a list. Encourage your child to identify the sound the item starts with and then model how it is spelt sounding it out as you go, for example "sink" s-I-n-k. It is also a good idea to pretend you have forgotten what a letter looks like so your child can tell you.

Green - Will write the items into a list, but before the item will write either "The" or "A". Encourage your child to identify the sound the item starts with and then model how it is spelt sounding it out as you go, for example "sink" s-i-n-k. It is also a good idea to pretend you have forgotten what a letter looks like so your child can tell you.

Blue - Will start the sentence by writing what room they found the item in and will then add an adjective to describe the noun (focus on colour, feel, size). For example - In my kitchen I found a silver sink. Children should be writing the sentences by themselves using their Phonics to sound out. In Year 1 words the focus for spelling words is that they are "phonetically plausible" this means for example "door" could be spelt as "daw". Whilst it is fine to point out the correct spelling out to your child the main focus should be spelling HFW correctly and using the correct punctuation (capital letters, finger spaces, full stops).

Yellow - Will start the sentence by writing what room they found the item in and will then add 2 adjectives (separated by a comma) to describe the noun (focus on colour, feel, size). For example - In my living room I found a blue, soft chair.  In Year 1 words the focus for spelling words is that they are "phonetically plausible" this means for example "door" could be spelt as "daw". Whilst it is fine to point out the correct spelling out to your child the main focus should be spelling HFW correctly and using the correct punctuation (capital letters, finger spaces, full stops).

 

 

All About Nouns: English Grammar for Kids - FreeSchool

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Spelling Focus Year 1

Spelling Focus Year 1 1

Phonics

 

Don't forget to tune into Ruth Miskins RWI phonics sessions on her Youtube channel - Set 1 9:30 & 12:30, Set 2 10:00 & 1:00, Set 3 10:30 & 1:30. If you would like to to complete more Phonics there is a video and interactive game below. Today's focus is "oo".

'oo' Words | Blending Phonics Phase 3

Let's sound out some 'oo' words! If you want your children to sound out by themselves, simply mute the video. 🚨 SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/littlelearn...

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