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Our toy museum

Bentley's Daddy had this car when he was a little boy. It is a remote control car.

 

This is Keira's great nanny's teddy bear.

He is called Brown Paws and we think he was blue once! He belonged to Keiras Great Nannie so we think he is about 80 years old! He has a squeaker inside and it still works!

Our topic at school this term is 'Toys'. We are learning all about toys through the ages. What are they made from? How do they differ? How big or small are they? We were very lucky today as Mr and Mrs Exton both brought in some toys from their childhood to show us. What did your parents or grandparents play with? Perhaps you could draw a picture and write a description to tell us all about them.

Help your child with their emotional well-being.

Things to do at home

 

Hello all, 

Welcome back to school after the Easter Holidays! 

As I expect you know the BBC have made some lessons for you to do at home. The first one for year one is here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p089nn4k/bitesize-57-year-olds-maths-1-lesson-1  It says Maths but it is literacy and history as well. 

There is also a whole week of lessons here! https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1

 

Every day there are Read Write Inc lessons online so you can keep up with your sounds. 

Children in Green, Purple and Pink groups are learning Set 2 Sounds. Children in Orange, Yellow, Blue and Grey groups are learning Set 3 sounds.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

 

We are still going to keep on setting you a task each day for you to do. The maths work needs your grown up to go to school to pick up the work pack. 

 

Remember, you can email us on babbspizzey@morlandprimary.com. We'll be checking the email from 9-3.30 every day. We'd love to hear from you. 

 

Here are today's tasks.

Scroll down to see past tasks.

Tuesday, 14th July

English

Our final story this year is story is 'Where the Wild Things Are' by Maurice Sendak

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FsBaRYRPnU

Activities

  1. Draw, paint, collage or junk model a 'wild thing'.
  2. Make up a dance for a wild rumpus.
  3. What manners would you teach the wild things? Write the wild things some instructions on how to behave nicely.

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 10 (W/C 29th June). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Ordering numbers

Lesson 2 - Recognising coins

Lesson 3 - Recognising notes

Lesson 4 - Counting coins

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

Make a 'grasshead'.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Stm5ZhhjaU

Tuesday,7th July

English

This week's story is 'Cops and Robbers' by Janet and Allan Ahlberg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5zTuMJ7XKc

Activities

  1. This is a rhyming story. Find and list the rhyming pairs, like this:                                           true, you                                                                                                                                 tea, three
  2. The robbers prowl and creep. Can you prowl and creep? Can you think of any other ways to move around? You could draw yourself moving in different ways or your grown up could photograph you moving in different ways (don't forget to label your pictures!) or you could make a list of the different ways you can move.
  3. Make a 'Wanted' poster for Grandma Swagg. Draw a picture and then add some sentences to describe what she looks like.

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 9 (W/C 22nd June). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Counting to 100

Lesson 2 - Partitioning numbers

Lesson 3 - Comparing numbers

Lesson 4 - Comparing numbers (2)

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

Look for plants with your grown up. You could look in the garden or go for a walk. Can you find different plants? Draw and label 6 plants. Show how they are different. Ask your grown up to help you to find out the names of the plants.

Wednesday, 1st July (Sorry about the delay everyone)

English

This week's story is 'How to be a Viking' by Cressida Cowell

https://www.google.com/search?q=how+to+be+a+viking+youtube&rlz=1C1GCEA_enGB856GB856&oq=how+to+be+a+viking+youtube&aqs=chrome..69i57j0l7.10759j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=_BDP8Xqq6O6KO1fAPvtGDgAw30

Activities

  1. Talk/draw/write about something you are frightened of and how you overcome your fear.
  2. Make a viking helmet.
  3. Put on your helmet and go on a viking adventure. Vikings explored. Where could you explore? - the bottom of the garden, under the bed, behind the sofa

        Draw and write about what you find.

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 8 (W/C 15th June). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Make arrays

Lesson 2 - Make doubles

Lesson 3 - Make equal groups (sharing)

Lesson 4 - Make equal groups (grouping)

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

This week we are starting to learn about plants.

Dig up a small plant. Look at, draw and label:

  • roots
  • stem
  • flower
  • petal
  • leaf
  • seed

 

Tuesday, 23rd June

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 7 (W/C 8th June). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Count in 2s

Lesson 2 - Count in 5s

Lesson 3 - Count in 10s

Lesson 4 - Add equal groups

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

English

This week's story is 'The Rainbow Fish'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jQTjTe42-0

Activities

  1. Make a picture of Rainbow Fish. What could you use to make his shimmering scales?
  2. Draw a picture of your special friend. Write some sentences to explain why they are special.
  3. At the end of the story the other fish asked Rainbow Fish to come and play. Write about the games they played.

Topic

This week we are thinking about the materials toys are made of.

Can you find toys made from different materials?

  • fabric
  • plastic
  • metal
  • wood

 

Tuesday, 16th June

English

This week's story is 'Six Dinner Sid'

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYw9EagX9fY

Activities

  1. Make a picture or a model of a street with six houses.
  2. If you could have six dinners what would they be?
  3. Choose from the words below to write sentences about Sid. Use because to extend your sentences.

        naughty   helpful   greedy   lazy   terrible   smelly   sneaky   silly   busy   grateful   

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 6 (W/C 1st June). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Measure mass

Lesson 2 - Compare mass

Lesson 3 - Introduce capacity and volume

Lesson 4 - Measure capacity

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

Investigate toys from the past. What can you find out?

  • What toys did children play with a long time ago?
  • What were the toys made of?
  • What toys are the same as toys now?
  • What toys are different to toys now?
  • What toy that you have learned about would you really like to play with?

Show your learning in your book. Draw pictures. Write labels and captions.

Tuesday, 9th June

English

This week our story is Tiddler

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBRT5vsfE3U

Activities

  1. Make a picture of a sea world. You could use paint, crayon or collage. Or make a sea world in a box such as a shoe box. Let your fish swim in among sea weed and sea shells. Take a photo and send it to us and we will show it on the website.
  2. Choose one of the creatures in the story and find out about it. Draw a picture and write a sentence.
  3. Pretend you are late for school and make up a story about why you are late.

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 4 (W/C 18th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Compare length and height

Lesson 2 - Measure length (1)

Lesson 3 - Measure length (2)

Lesson 4 - Introduce weight and mass

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

Ask Mums and Dads, Nans and Grandads if they have any old toys. Take a photo of the toy and send it to us and we will make a virtual class museum.

Draw a picture of your toy and write a label. Tell us:

  • what it is
  • what it is made of
  • how old it is
  • why your grown up liked it

 

Tuesday, 2nd June

Hello children,

We hope that you had a lovely half term and are ready to start your school work again. We are looking forward to seeing some of you in school on Thursday. For those of you still working at home we will be adding new work to the website once a week now. Every Tuesday we will introduce a new story and suggest some activities for you to enjoy with your parents and carers. Our new topic is 'Toys'. This week we will be thinking about our own toys but next week we will be asking parents and carers to tell you about the toys that they used to play with and possibly to show you their old toys.

English

This week our story is 'How To Be a Viking' by Cressida Cowell.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93-KYp7OvWQ

Activities

  1. Hiccup is frightened of spiders and thunder and loud noises and the sea. Talk, draw and write about a time when you were frightened and how you overcame your fear. Did someone special help you?
  2. Make a boat and sail it in your bath, pool or sink. Can it carry one of your toy figures? Take a photograph of your boat or draw a picture and label it.
  3. Take your boat on a journey across your pool, bath or sink. Tell the story of what happens to your toy on the journey. You could write the story in your book or your grown up could write it for you. Maybe there could be some big waves or maybe your toy could meet the Sid the Soap, Dan the dishcloth or Pete the Pot.

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 4 (W/C 11th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Add by making 10

Lesson 2 - Subtract within 20

Lesson 3 - Add and subtract worded problems

Lesson 4 - Compare number sentences

Lesson 5 - Friday Maths Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

  • Choose one of your favourite toys.
  • Draw and label it.
  • How do you play with it?
  • Why is it one of your favourite toys?
  • What is it made of?
  • Why do you think it is made of that?

Friday, 22nd May

English

Think about a time when you have hurt yourself. Tell a grown up all about what happened. Draw a picture in your book and write some sentences.

You could use:

  • First
  • Next
  • Then
  • After that
  • Finally

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 3 (W/C 4th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 5 - Friday Challenge

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Topic

Draw around your hand. Write on it what you like to touch. You could write something different on each finger.

Next week is half term. Have fun and stay safe.

Thursday 21st May 

 

English 

In the book On The Way Home we heard all the different stories Claire had about how she hurt her knee. Can you come up with a story? What kind of character will you meet? What will they do to cause you to hurt your knee? Think of your story and tell your grown up, write it or draw a story map. 

 

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 3 (W/C 4th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 4 - Add more and count on within 20 on

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Yesterday we asked you to find objects to put in a pillow case and guess what they were using your hands. 

Today can you guess what they are using your feet! (You might find it easier to put it in a washing up bowl and cover it with a tea towel.) Is it easier or harder to guess what it is with your feet? Why do you think that might be? 

Wednesday, 20th May

English

Choose your own made up character that you could meet on the way home. Draw your character and then label him or her with adjectives (describing words). Then use your adjectives to write describing sentences about the character.

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 3 (W/C 4th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 3 -add together and find a part.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Have a look around your home and garden for things you you can feel with your hands and feet. put them in a washing up bowl, bucket pillow case. Don't look when you feel and see if you can guess what it is  - use your adjectives describing words whilst you are doing it to help you.

Tuesday, 19th May

English

Choose your favourite character in this week's story, 'On the Way Home' by Jill Murphy. Draw your character and then label him or her with adjectives (describing words). Then use your adjectives to write describing sentences about the character.

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 3 (W/C 4th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 2 -Fact families - linking addition and subtraction.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Have another look around your house. Use your sense of touch. We touch with our hands. Can you find things that are bumpy, hairy or fluffy. Draw or write them in your book.

Monday 18th May

 

Literacy 

This week's story is one of our real favourites. It's about a little girl who has hurt her knee, but how did she do it? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URRAMHToe4s

Can you list all the different characters that she meets and cause her to hurt her knee? 

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 3 (W/C 4th May). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Part-whole relationships number bonds

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

We are still looking at senses. 

This week we are looking at the sense of touch. 

We will need a selection of different textures for this week's activities. 

Today can you look for things that are smooth, rough or scratchy? 

Thursday 14th May

 

Literacy 

The story we have been reading this week has an alien in it. 

Can you invent your own alien? 

How tall are they? What colour are they? How many arms and legs do they have? What do they wear? Can you label the picture? 

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 2 (W/C 27th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 4 - Problem Solving 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

How did you get on playing the game yesterday? 

Today you can use your sight to play a different game. 

Choose one of the small objects from your game yesterday and hide is somewhere in the house. It has to be somewhere that can be easily seen, so not inside or behind something. Take it turns with other people in your house to hide and find it. Who will be the quickest to find it? Who will be the best at hiding it? 

Boy and the Martian

Wednesday, 13th May

 

English

Look at page 15 in the story (illustration above). It's the page where the boy and the Martian talk about how they can fix their machines to get back home. 

Can you draw some speech bubbles and write in them what they are saying to each other.

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 2 (W/C 27th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 3 - Find a quarter (2) 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Now let's see how good your sense of sight is.

Can you play Kims game. You will need someone to play with.

Find 6 to 10 small things in your home. Place them on a tray/table. Cover them with a tea towel. Take one thing away and can your partner workout what is missing. Maybe you could make a score sheet to see who wins after 10 games.

Tuesday, 12th May

 

English

In the story 'The Way Back Home', the boy flew to the moon in his plane. 

If you had a plane where would you fly to?

What would you do there?

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 2 (W/C 27th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 2 - Find a quarter (1) 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Now let's see how good your sense of sight is.

Look through your binoculars and draw or write down all the things you can see inside and outside. 

Monday 11th May

 

This week's story is Oliver Jeffer's book, The Way Back Home. 

Here is a link to the book being read by Brian Cox. 

Here is a PDF of the story so you can read it together.

What else do you think might be in his cupboard? It must be a very big cupboard to have an aeroplane in it! 

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 2 (W/C 27th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 1 - Find a half (2) 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

We are still thinking about our senses. 

Our sense this week is sight. 

Can you make some binoculars using things you can find around the house like toilet roll tubes or rolled up paper? 

We'd love to see pictures of them. Look after them, you'll need them tomorrow. 

Friday, 8th May

 

English

Can you make a robot using junk materials such as boxes, toilet rolls, plastic bottles and yogurt pots? I know that some of you have already done this. We look forward to seeing some more photos of your fantastic creations.

 

Maths

Please do the Friday maths challenge for summer term week 1 (w/c 20th April)

 

Topic

To finish our work on the sense of hearing we would like you to do some more junk modelling and create a musical instrument.

You could use your instrument to join in the VE day celebrations.

 

Here are some ideas for junk model instruments.

Thursday 7th May

 

English 

In this week's story Bernard has been looking for his bottom. 

Can you hide something and write instructions for someone else to find it? 

Try to use positional language like under, in, next to, behind, in between, on, in front. 

 

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 1 (W/C 20th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 4 - Find a half

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic 

We have been learning about our sense of hearing. 

Using the pots you had yesterday, or something else you can find, can you tap out a rhythm on the pot? Make up a tune or rhythm and perhaps you can share it with your street if you clap for the NHS! 

Wednesday 6th May

 

English

We hope you are enjoying this weeks story. Poor old Bernard loosing his bottom. Could you make a Lost Poster to see if anybody can find it. Think about the things you might need on a poster.

A drawing

A description of what it is

What to do if you find it  - where to return it, etc

Don't forget make it stand out and eye catching 

 

Maths 

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 1 (W/C 20th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 3 - Make equal groups (sharing)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Sense -sound

Play a guess the noise game with someone in your family.

ideas to use - ripping paper, scrunching paper, shaking keys, money, shaking a water bottle, cutting paper, turning a page loudly, you could put somethings (beans, rice, cereal etc) into pots and stir them with your finger can they guess what in the pot. 

Also look online for some sound games you can play

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1m4h79JZso

 

Save the pots for tomorrow as you will need them.

 

Tuesday, 5th May

English

What else could you use Bernard's bottom for?

I could use Bernard's bottom as a bowl to mix my cake.

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 1 (W/C 20th April). Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

Lesson 2 - Make equal groups (grouping)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Did you find out what the 5 senses are?

  • sight
  • sound
  • smell
  • touch
  • taste

This week we are going to learn about our sense of hearing.

We hear with our ears.

Go into your garden and draw or write down everything you can hear.

Listen really carefully. Can you hear more than 5 things?

Now for a catchy tune!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4s67Kc79rs

 

Monday 4th May

Literacy

Our story this week is Nobot: The Robot with No Bottom

Watch it here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03lys77/cbeebies-bedtime-stories-383-angellica-bell-nobot-the-robot-with-no-bottom

In the story Nobot's bottom gets used for a lot of other things. 

Can you list all the other things his bottom gets used for? 

 

Maths

We are still doing the White Rose work but we are behind the dates that they say. Can you please do Summer Term Week 1 (W/C 20th April),  Make Doubles.

Don't worry that the date is wrong. 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Topic

Our topic for the next few weeks is your five senses. Can you list the senses? Which parts of your body do they use? 

Friday 1st May

 

Maths

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website using the print outs from school. 

Please do week 2 lesson 5. (not the one with today's date, just week 2 day 5 )

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

English

Can you make Spiderella a game to play with her friends. It could be a board game or a game in your garden/outside.

 

Topic

Find AMAZING spider facts; write them in your exercise book so we can share them when we get back to school.

Thursday 30/04/20

 

Maths

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website using the print outs from school. 

Please do week 2 lesson 4. (not the one with today's date, just week 2 day 4)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Literacy 

This week's story has been Spinderella ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9639_WmGRLk ). 

Can you draw a picture of a spider and label it? 

 

Topic

Can you find out how spider babies leave their mummies and get to their new home? 

Wednes day 29.4.2020

 

Maths

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website using the print outs from school. 

Please do week 2 lesson 3. (not the one with today's date, just week 2 day 3)

Count in 2s to 30

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Maths 

Can you write a maths story about the characters in the story

i.e.

1. There were 5 football players and 4 more players joined them. How many players are there all together. 

Can you also write the equation?

5 + 4 = 9

2. There were 11 spiders watching the children. 2 went off to make a web. How many spiders were left?

11 - 2 = 9

 

Topic

Can you research how many legs and eyes spiders have 

 

Tuesday, 28th April

Maths

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website using the print outs from school. 

Please do week 2 lesson 2. (not the one with today's date, just week 2 day 2)

Count in 10s

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

English

Let's use but to write some sentences about Spinderella's Hairy Godmother and Cinderella's Fairy Godmother.

The Fairy Godmother only has one wand but the Hairy Godmother has two.

 

Topic

Can you find out how spiders catch their food?

Monday 27th April

Maths

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website using the print outs from school. 

Please do week 2 lesson 1. (not the one with today's date, just week 2 day 1)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Literacy

We have a new story this week. It is a Julia Donaldson story that you might be less familiar with. It's all about a spider who wants to learn numbers. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9639_WmGRLk

Can you make a model of Spinderella and retell the story? 

 

Topic

This week's story is all about spiders. So we thought it might be interesting to research spiders. 

Today's research topic is: What do spiders eat? 

Friday, 24th April

Maths

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website. You will need to use the print out from the work pack. Do week 1 lesson 5 - Measure Capacity

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

English and Topic

Can you design and label a new broom for the witch. Maybe she would prefer a flying carpet or a flying boat! Make sure that there is room for the witch, the cat, the dog, the bird and the frog and make it truly magnificent!

Then use adjectives to write sentences about your amazing creation.

Finally send us a picture.

Have fun, stay safe and enjoy your weekend.

 

 

Thursday 23.4.2020

 

Maths 

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website. You will need to use the print out from the work pack. Do week 1 lesson 4 - Introducing volume and capacity

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

English

Could you make up a spell like a witch. What would you put into your cauldron and what would you want your spell to do? You can write it down in your exercise book.

 

Topic 

Can you make a card board tube cat or witch? Use what ever you have in your house or garden.

 

 

 

 

cardboard tube witch and cat

Wednesday 22/04/20

 

Wednesday 

Maths 

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website. You will need to use the print out from the work pack. Do week 1 lesson 3.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

 

Literacy 

Watch Room On the Broom. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0102qfj/room-on-the-broom

Can you write down a description of the witch, dragon and the 'monster'? 

 

Topic 

Have you noticed the trees growing their leaves? 

Can you draw or paint how the tree looked in winter and how it looks today? 

 

Here is a link to the BBC lessons for the week. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f?xtor=CS8-1000-[Discovery_Cards]-[Multi_Site]-[SL07]-[PS_IPLAYER~C~~P_Dailylesson]

Tuesday, 21st April

 

In your pack from school you will find an exercise book. This is to do your work in. 

Today's tasks: 

English

Here is a link to Room on the Broom, it's one of our favourite stories. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0102qfj/room-on-the-broom

Can you think of words to rhyme with the characters? 

Witch

Cat

Dog

Frog

Parrot

Maths 

Please complete the work on the White Rose Website. Do week 1 lesson 2.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Perhaps you could have a go at making your own balance scales at home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK8mSIEtTUw. I'd love to see what different things you can weigh at home. 

Monday 20/4/2020

Hello Kingfishers,

We hope you all had a good Easter holidays and have kept yourselves safe at home. We will now start putting up our daily challenges for you. There are new packs available from the school with an exercise book for you to work in. 

Our email is babbspizzey@morlandprimary.com and we would love to hear from you. We will check the email daily during school hours. 

From 

Mrs Pizzey + Mrs Babbs

 

Phonics 

Don't forget you can access daily RWI (Read Write Inc)  sessions which are available in the link above. Also you can download free ebooks linked with RWI here

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/    just register then you can down load 

 

 

If you would like more tasks you can also look at Mrs Exton's class pages.

 

Maths 

see if you can count to 100.

now count in 2's to 30

 

Have a look at 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/  the lesson is all about doubles, you don't have to print the pages, just use your exercise book. 

 

When you make a sandwich can you write the instructions using 

First

Next

Then 

After that

Finally 

e.g. First get 2 slices of bread

Next spread... 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 3rd April

Good Morning Kingfishers,

Did you do the fancy dress work out with Joe Wicks this morning? All those spiderman moves were great!

Tomorrow is the start of the Easter holidays. I expect you are all looking forward to a visit from the Easter Bunny. I was lucky enough to see the Easter Bunny on one of my daily walks and he told me that he knows where all the children live but is not sue where to put the eggs. Could you do him a big favour and write a letter telling him where to put your Easter Egg. I asked him to put mine on top of the book case in the sitting room, between the lamp and the vase.

Give him directions from your door:

Go through the door and turn right. Go to the end of the hallway and through the door ahead. Turn left and you will see the bookcase.

Email a photograph of your letter to us and we will make sure that the Easter Bunny gets it.

Have a happy and safe holiday.

See you in two weeks!

Mrs Babbs and Mrs Pizzey

 

 

Thursday, 2nd April

Hello Children,

Today's challenges:

  • Retell the story of The Enormous Turnip. Use your toys or members of your family. If you have any pets they can help too. Maybe you could dress up as the farmer. What will you use for a turnip. We would love to see a photo.
  • Can you count all the way to 100 and all the way back to 0?
  • Ask if you can stay up tonight and clap as hard as you can at 8 o'clock to say thank you to all the people working to help us to stay safe.

Wednesday, 1st April

Good morning Kingfishers,

Here are today's challenges:

Can you make up a 'but' story? You could write it down. 

Here is my 'but' story.

I was feeling a little chilly and so I decided to put on a jumper. First I tried my blue one but it was too small. Next I tried my red one but it was too hairy and it tickled my chin. Then I tried my pink one but the sleeves were too long and they got wet when I washed my hands. After that I tried my green one but it was too warm and I started to sweat. Finally I tried my purple one and it was just right.

Did you notice that I used time adverbs too?

 

Maths Challenge - How many bonds for 8 can you find? Can you work in a logical way?

               0+8= 8

               1+7=8

 

Tuesday, 31st March

Hello children,

Here are today's challenges

  1. Draw a picture of someone in your family and see how many adjectives you can think of to describe them. Here are some to start you off:

kind   beautiful   tall   funny   energetic   strong   joyful

You will know if it is an adjective if it will fit into these sentences:

  • She is a ________________ lady.
  • He is a _______________ boy.

2. Go on a shape hunt in your house. Look for:

triangles   squares   rectangles   circles

We look forward to your emails,

Have fun and stay safe,

Mrs Babbs and Mrs Pizzey

Hello Kingfishers,

We hope that you are well and keeping busy.

Have you been doing the Joe Wicks workouts? Mrs Babbs has. Can you do them? They are such hard work. If you have not had a go yet, join Joe, Mrs Babbs and children from all around the world at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning on YouTube.

We have decided to set you some daily challenges to help you to keep busy and keep learning.

Can you make up a story? Use the pictures below. You could use your toys to help you make the story. You could tell it to your grown up or write it down. You could draw a picture for your story.

We would love to hear your stories. Ask a grown up to email us on babbspizzey@morlandprimary.com

 

Now for your maths challenge.

How many ways can you make                7

Ask your grown up to photograph all of the clever ways you think of and email them to us.

See you tomorrow,

Mrs Babbs and Mrs Pizzey

Welcome to Kingfisher Class.

 

 

Our teachers are Mrs Pizzey - Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Mrs Babbs Thursday and Friday.

Our teaching assistants are Mrs Brabbin - Monday and Tuesday and Mrs Laird Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

 

We will complete in the daily mile.  This will take part for 10 minutes every day on the field so could children please bring appropriate footwear to change into.

 

Our PE lessons take place on Tuesday and Wednesday.  All children must have named shorts, t-shirt, plimsolls and/or trainers and joggers for colder weather.  We would kindly ask that girls do not wear tights on PE days and if any earrings could be removed and left at home these days or taped over, this would be much appreciated.

 

Please bring your child's book bag every day.  We cannot emphasise enough that all jumpers, lunch boxes, book bags etc are named.

 

Please continue to check this web page for any updates, notices or what our class is currently learning.

 

Thank you very much.

IMPORTANT NOTICE RE DRINKS BOTTLES

 

Please be aware that with immediate effect children are allowed, and we encourage, to bring two drinks bottles to school.  One for the classroom, which must hold WATER ONLY, and one for lunch which can be cordial, water or juice.  Due to hygiene reasons we no longer provide water in the shared area.  I am sure you will understand.  Thank you very much. 

 

 

 

Morland Reading Journal

 

Dear Parents/Carers

 

All children have been issued with a blue reading journal.  Every time your child reads to you at home, please write the title of the book they have read and sign beside it.  You may also write any comments should you wish.  Every time your child reads at home they will move their photo along a path, meeting book characters along the way.  They can read books from school, home or the library.  They will receive a certificate after each 10 books read.  We are challenging them to read a 100 books.

 

Your child has a RWI book.  This is a paper version of the book they have already read in class 3 times.  They should be able to read this book confidently but would like them to continue to practise at home to gather reading speed and fluency.  Please listen to them read this book at home.  Encourage them to "Fred Talk" or "Sound Out" unfamiliar words.  Once your child has read this book a further 3 times, please return it to school and we can swap it for them.

 

Your child also has a book from the class library.  Please share this book together.  Your child is not expected to be able to read this book but by hearing it read to them, it will help with your childs expression and how stories "flow".  You can encourage them to talk about the characters and what is happening in the story.

 

Please note this journal is purely for you and your childs reading at home.  Teachers will not make any recordings in this journal.

 

Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Our school council representatives are: Ruby and Bently.

Our class ambassadors are: Myeleigh and Lewis.

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