Year 1

 

Monday Maths Phonics BREAK Spellings English LUNCH Reading History / Geography Physical Activity
Tuesday Maths Phonics BREAK Spellings English LUNCH Reading Art Physical Activity
Wednesday Maths Phonics BREAK Spellings English LUNCH Reading D&T or Computing Physical Activity
Thursday Maths Phonics BREAK Spellings English LUNCH Reading Science Physical Activity
Friday Maths Phonics BREAK Spelling Test English LUNCH Reading RE Physical Activity

Hi,

We hope that you are all well and coping in these difficult circumstances.

Here is a list of links to sites that we subscribe to and use in the Infants: Website Links For Infants  The list also came home via ParentMail 23.3.20.

As some of you may already be aware, children up and down the country have been drawing and painting rainbows and writing colourful messages to put in their windows at home in order to bring everyone together in these times of isolation and uncertainty. If possible, we are asking each of our little Buckstones superstars to do the same, if you have not already done so 🙂 We will also be making our own rainbows in school – keep your eyes peeled! https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/parenting/families-painting-rainbows-windows-spread-17964109

If you get the chance, do remember to email us some photos of how you are spending your time at home (email details on letter dated 23.3.20) so we can start to put these on the website. 🙂

PE links:

Joe Wicks kids’ workouts to do at home https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Google Cosmic Kids’ Yoga 

Real PE**  home.jasmineactive.com 
Parent email: parent@buckstones-1.com
Password: buckstones

**NEW PE LINK** Oldham Sport Development will also be setting a daily challenge for all the students we are missing out on teaching over the coming weeks. There will be various activities aimed to keep students active throughout the lockdown. This is open to all Oldham children. There will be a range of activities for 4-16 year-olds, including physical activities, dances and links to other sites/social media. They will also be able to see clips/videos from their usual coaches. Parents can visit Oldham Sports Development at @volsportoldham  (https://twitter.com/VolSportOLDHAM) for updates.

 

The Home Learning activities listed below are just ideas you can do with your child. Please do not worry if you can’t complete all of the activities. If you are unable to print work out, please answer the questions in your workbooks.

Above all else, have fun with your learning and take care,

from the Year 1 Team x 🙂

 

YEAR 1 HOME LEARNING – Week 2 (w/c 30.3.20)

Maths: Capacity

English: Instructions 2

Phonics: revision of the oi and oy phonemes

Spellings: to practise  some of the year 1 common exception wordsSpellings Spring 2 Week 6 Home Learning

 

 

Monday 30th March

Maths:

Counting song: counting in 5s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJ4jV14Oz5I Remember – in the UK, we say counting in 5s!

2d shape activity: Continue the pattern – LEVEL 3 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

Task: Complete the capacity challenges. Mon. Maths Everyday Objects Capacity Activity Sheet Ver 4

Phonics: revision of the oi digraph. Watch clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMdtke9HZVE

Follow-up activity: oi (Study Ladder). Mon. Phonics Studyladder+ +Vowel+Digraph+ Oi Write your answers down. Tell an adult what each word means. Check the meaning of any unknown words.

Spellings: Practise this week’s words – see link at top of page.

English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dljje7L9nIs Follow instructions to draw the pigeon from the story, without looking at a picture. Ask an adult to read the instructions to you one step at a time – you draw as the adult reads. Mon. English NCS Draw Pigeon V3  Once you finish, look at your picture and compare it to the one in the story. Do they look alike? 🙂

Reading: Choose an e-book story from Oxford Owl to match your school reading book level – click on ‘Levels’ to find your level. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

History / Art: A special postage stamp was made to remember the Apollo 11 landing. Complete this piece of artwork – copy the stamp carefully onto a piece of A4 paper (if you have one). See picture:

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or Oldham Sport Development)

Tuesday 31st March

Maths:

Counting song: counting in 5s song (Scratch Garden) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EemjeA2Djjw

2d shape activity: What 2d shape am I? Shapes 2D

Task: Complete the practical capacity challenges. Tues. Capacity Practical

Phonics: revision of the oy digraph Watch Geraldine Giraffe clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aodJQr-WJLk  Then complete the real and nonsense oy words activity (Twinkl). If you do not have a printer, make 2 lists of oy words from the words on the sheet – aim for 7 or more words in each list … you do not need to use them all. List 1:real oy words, and List 2: nonsense oy words.Tues. Phonics Phase 5 Oy Colour By Phoneme Real And Nonsense Words

Spellings: Practise this week’s words – see link at top of page.

English: Watch the clip from yesterday again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dljje7L9nIs Make a WANTED poster for the pigeon (see example or make up your own). No need to draw a picture yet – that is your art activity for this afternoon – just do the writing part for now 🙂 Tues. English Wanted Poster

Reading: Pick a reading challenge from the Spring Reading Challenges (If you have already completed all of your Spring challenges – well done! – please choose your favourite challenge, this time using a different book).

Art: Make a handprint pigeon. If you have paint, you can do a painted handprint one (like the example below) or if you don’t, you can draw round your hand instead.

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or Oldham Sport Development)

Wednesday 1st April

Maths:

Counting song: counting in 5s song (Singing Walrus) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FaBDqOmiyI

Number facts activity: Doubles to 10 + 10  https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/funkyMummy/index.html

Task: Capacity is often measured in millilitres (ml) or litres (l). Go around your house with a grown-up, collecting containers that contain liquid e.g. shampoo, milk etc. Look on the label for ml or l. Collect 7 containers. Can you put them in order, starting with the one that holds the least, to the one that holds the most.

Phonics: revision of the oi and oy digraphs – complete the sorting activity – Troy and Moira’s Big Muddle. Phonics Weds. Troy And Moira Oy And Oi Coin Sorting Activity Sheet

Spellings: Practise this week’s words – see link at top of page.

English: Watch another ‘Don’t let the Pigeon’ … video – Don’t Let the Pigeon stay up Late. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8S1wUknCCO8

Make yourself a little pigeon finger or stick puppet, using whatever materials you have. There are some examples here Weds. Finger Puppet Examples Think about what you need. Say the instructions aloud as you make your puppet e.g. First get some card. Then draw your pigeon. Next colour it blue. etc. You will be writing a set of simple instructions for this tomorrow.

Reading: Read a fiction book where some or all of the characters are animals.

Computing: As you know, Neil Armstrong came  from the USA. Can you make the USA flag? Can you find out what the Americans call this flag? If possible, use Purple Mash (see login details at top of the page) to make your flag. https://www.purplemash.com/#app/pap/celebrations/usaflag_paint If it does not take you to the page itself, you can log in then click on 1. Tools, followed by 2. Paint Projects (the multicoloured elephant icon), before 3. scrolling down to the flags section. To print out on Purple Mash, click on the purple box with the 3 white lines, then select print. If you cannot make your flag on the computer, you can always make one by hand.

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or Oldham Sport Development)

 

 

 

 

YEAR 1 HOME LEARNING  w/c 23.3.20

Maths: mass and weight

English: instructions

Phonics: revision of the ai and ay phonemes

Monday 23rd March

Maths:

Counting song: counting in 10s song (Scratch Garden) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftati8iGQcs

Place value activity: Helicopter Rescue 1-100 (Find the number – direct) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/helicopter-rescue

Task: compare weights – find food in your kitchen (such as a can of beans). Can you find 3 things that are heavier and 3 things that are lighter?

Phonics: revision of the ai digraph. Watch Mr Thorne: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnXaN-CvR9s

Follow-up activity: http://T L 4027 Phase 3 Ai Phoneme Roll And Read Mat Ver 1How many words can you read? Can you find out what they mean?

Spellings: Practise this week’s words in your red spellings folder.

English: Can you explain to an adult how to brush their teeth? Let them follow your instructions. How well did they do?

Reading: Read your school book.

History: Can you think of five questions you would like to ask Neil Armstrong?  Research to find possible answers.

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or  Cosmic Kids Yoga)

Tuesday 24th March

Maths:

Counting song: counting in 10s song (Harry Kindergarten) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQSdKlNvrmw

Place value activity: Caterpillar Ordering numbers to 100 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering

Task: find 7 types of food in your kitchen (such as a bag of crisps). Can you order them from lightest to heaviest?

Phonics: revision of the ai digraph (see roll and read pdf above). Make a list of ai words. Can you draw a picture to match the word?

Spellings: Practise the words in your red spellings folder.

English: First watch the video clip https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpxhdxs

Here is a list of verbs for you to act out. List Of Verbs Week 1 Can you mime these verbs to an adult? Can they guess what verb it is?

Reading: Pick a reading challenge from the Spring Reading Challenges (it may be a challenge you have already done, just choose a different book).

Art: Create a piece of artwork of the Apollo 11 launch, using whatever media you like.

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or  Cosmic Kids Yoga)

Wednesday 25th March

Maths:

Counting song: counting backwards song (20 to 1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srPktd4k_O8

Place value activity: Helicopter Rescue 1-100 (Find the number – in between) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/helicopter-rescue

Task: Create your own measures. Draw items on the balance scales to make them true. Create Own Measures Year 1

Phonics: revision of the ay digraph Watch Mr Thorne

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTCP8i4Nwgc

Make a list of the ay words from the video clip. Highlight the ay in each word. Can you add any other ay words to the list? Your target is to find 6 or more new ay words.

Spellings: Practise this week’s words in your red spellings folder.

English: Can you put the instructions in order? Look at the pictures and the words and write them in order in your books. Pictures For Brushing Teeth Labels For Brushing Teeth

Reading: Read a story book (fiction).

Design and Technology: Can you design and make an Apollo 11 rocket? You can use anything you wish!

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or Cosmic Kids Yoga)

Thursday 26th March

Maths:

Counting song: big numbers song (Kids TV123) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0dJWfQHF8Y

Place value activity: Caterpillar ordering in 10s

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering (forwards)

Task: Starter:http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/learnpremium/simple_probs/003_Pupilactivity/default.htm

Today’s task is a practical one that you can complete in the comfort of your own garden or home. Please practise reading your kitchen scales using objects from your garden or home. In Your Garden Maths Activity Weight And Mass

Phonics: ay hunt – read the postcard with an adult.  Make a list of the ay words you find. Highlight the ay in each word. Where is the ay most of the time? Can you come up with a general spelling rule?Ay Postcard

Spellings: Practise the words in your red spellings folder.

English: Follow the instructions to make a pirate hat! Making A Pirate Hat

Reading: Read an information book (non-fiction)

Science: Seasonal Outfits. Draw a picture of yourself during two different seasons. Then write which seasons you choose, what you are wearing and what you are doing. Seasonal Outfits 26th March

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or Cosmic Kids Yoga)       Another useful active website that you have been sent the log in details for is https://home.jasmineactive.com/login   

Friday 27th March

Maths:

Counting song: counting in 10s song (Have Fun Teaching) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYRTtwZGwj8

Place value activity: Ordering in 10s to 100 (ABC Ya)  https://www.abcya.com/games/number_bubble_skip_counting

Task: Please access the following web link for a powerpoint and activity on the introduction to capacity and volume lesson 4. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 Phonics: General Phonics practice – Phonics Mat 1 A4 Phase 5 Sound Chart

Spellings: Ask a grown-up to test you on the words in your red spelling folder.

English: In your best handwriting, write a set of simple instructions – choose from How to make a sandwich or how to make a cake. Start each instruction with an opener such as First, Next, Then, After that, Now, Finally etc.

Reading: Reading comprehension – How to look after a dog. There are 3 different versions. Ask an adult to choose the right one for you:

Oxford Reading Tree Level 1/2 books – * (one star at bottom of page)

Oxford Reading Tree Level 3/4 books – ** (two stars at bottom of page)

Oxford Reading Tree Level 5 books – *** (three stars at bottom of page)

Fri. How To Look After A Dog 1 Star

Fri. How To Look After A Dog 2 Stars

Fri. How To Look After A Dog 3 Stars

RE:

In our RE sessions Year 1 have been learning about Islam. Muslims from across the world make a special journey or pilgrimage to Mecca (also known as Makkah).

This week our task is to think about a special journey you have made. It could be a fantastic trip to the seaside, park, visiting a relative or even another country that you recall as being special to you.

Please draw a picture of this special place you have journeyed to and write about it so that we can clearly see why this place is so important.

PE: See links above (Joe Wicks and/or Cosmic Kids Yoga)