I hope you have all had a good Easter and not eaten too much chocolate! I have been sent some really lovely photos of you during your time away from school and it is lovely to see so many of you working hard, keep it up!
So, we are back to school on Monday, but not actually coming into school. Below are the activities I would like you to have completed by the end of the week.
Maths – Keep practising your times tables!
This week we are going to be following White Rose planning for maths. You might find we have done some of the work before, but that is ok, it will help us revise.
Year 1 - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
Year 2 - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
Please start on week 2, lessons 1-5 on Monday and write the answers in your maths book (if you have already completed this then please move on to summer term, week 1-5).
Make sure you are still working on your presentation (mums and dads, keep sending pictures of their work) I will be giving gold stars out to those who I can see have really tried to make their work neat!
There are also answers so either a parent can check your work, or you can check the answers. Please let me know via email or comment below so I know how you have got on.
Phonics – please follow the below link, this will give you the pack you need for the week. You only need to go through the powerpoint. (if this doesn’t work let me know)
Phase 4 – Move on to phase 5 : https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-527293-ay-saying-ai-level-5-week-1-weekly-lesson-pack
Phase 5 – https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/ew-saying-yoo-and-oo-level-5-week-13-weekly-lesson-pack-t-l-9274
Phase 6 - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-527338-eer-saying-ear-level-6-week-13-weekly-lesson-pack
Literacy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfIuIQaOLlY
This week we are going to watch a book being read called ‘Stanley’s Stick’. (All work to be completed in your books, don’t forget capital letters, full stops and finger spaces!)
Day 1 – Before you watch the video discuss with an adult or sibling what you think the story might be about, then in your books, write down or draw your prediction of what you think the story would be about. Once you have finished, watch the video.
How close were you to predicting the story? Is your story better?
Day2 – Watch the film again if needed (use resource 2a and 2b from teaching resource)
Day 3 – Describe a setting
Day 4 - describe the character
Day 5 – to understand a character’s thoughts and feelings
Topic – find a stick and be creative, what could you do with it? Can you make it in to anything or use it for something? (get ideas from the story ‘Stanley’s Stick’).
RE – Easter Story resources and powerpoint have been put on the website. You can either print off the sheet and make stick puppets and retell the story or draw the characters, cut them out and retell the story.
ICT – Study ladder activities
French – A bit different, can you say the numbers 1 – 10 in French! Maybe make a video of you doing it?