Our new tricky word is:
Read the word. Remember tricky words cannot be sounded out like most of the words we read in phonics.
When you are confident you can read the word,
Look at it, say it, cover it, write it, check it
If you spell it correctly 3 times in a row, write a sentences with the word 'some' in.
Please remember, your child should be spending 1 hour on Maths a day. Half an hour of this lesson is delivered on zoom and the second half an hour is available in Teach it, Twist it and Deepen it activities. Please do not access these activities until after the Zoom session. Thank you.
Today we are going to having some fun with Maths!!
Your task today is to create your own board game using addition and subtraction.
You need to desgin the board, make up the rules and find some pieces to move along the board. These could be pieces that you have made, old buttons, counters or even pieces of pasta.
We have attached some templates below for you to use if you wish or you can draw your own.
Once you have desgined your game, get someone at home to play it with you and see who can win!
You should be spending half an hour a day on your phonics activities.
The Phase 3 grapheme we are revising, the Phase 5 grapheme is a new sound for you to try.
The 'or' digraph is often found in the middle of words.
Watch the video below and read the words. There are also some online activities for you to try.
When you have done that, have a look at the poster below and try reading the words.
Can you choose 5 words and put them into a sentence?
Challenge: Can you use more than one in the same sentence?
For example : I ate my corn with a fork.
Today we will be looking at the 'ou' digraph.
The 'ou' digraph is often found in the middle of words.
Have a look at the picture below and see if you can read the words.
Have a look at the video below and read the words as they appear on the screen.
Then, try the spelling activity on the sheet below. Fill in the sounds and write a sentence for each.
Please remember, your child should be spending 1 hour on English a day.
Half an hour of this lesson is delivered on zoom and the second half an hour is available in the uploaded activities. Please do not access these activities until after the Zoom session. Thank you.
WALT write a wanted poster
Today we will be using all of the skills that we have learnt this week to write a wanted poster for the Evil Pea!
A wanted poster tells the reader:
You need to use your adjectives that you have sorted to write descriptive sentences about the Evil Pea. For example ...
Have you seen the Evil Pea?
He is mean and unkind to the vegetables. He stuck the carrot to the conveyor belt and he drew on the broccoli's face.
The Evil Pea has a black mask and a red cape. He is sneaky and mischievous.
Don't get too close because he might push you in the freezer!
If you find him, tell Year 1 at MFSA.
There is a template below for you to use or you can create your own.
Each subject should take you an hour to complete.
Science WALA trees - deciduous and evergreen
This term we are going to be learning about plants. What do you already know?
Can you name some plants? What do plants need to survive? Are trees plants?
Our focus today is on trees. Watch the video below and then think about the trees that we can see around us at the moment. Do they have leaves? Why is this?
We are going to learn about two types of trees today. Deciduous & Evergreen.
Read through the Deciduous and Evergreen Trees pdf below to learn more about this and then complete the task. We would like you to sort the trees into deciduous and evergreen.
(Parents - the answers to this task are on the final page of the information sheet)
Science WALT identify parts of a tree
As your second activity today, we would like to you label the different parts of a tree. To help you with this, there is a powerpoint with information about each part of a tree. There is also a song for you to watch below and a link to a website where you can do some research.
One final activity for the week ... mindfulness doodling!
There is a template below for you to print if you can or you can draw your own.
There is some guidance for adults to help explain this to the children.
Well done for completing another week of home learning.
We are so proud of you all, keep up the great work
See you soon!