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Willow Class Home Learning

Term 4 - Week 1:  Beginning 22nd February 2021

Topic - Tremors

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PSHE

Music

English

 

English

 

English

Art

Topic

 

Maths

 

 

Maths

Maths

PE

Life Skills

DT

RE

Topic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please choose the work that is appropriate for the ability of your child.

Please take photos of your home learning and send them to homelearning@ifield.kent.sch.uk 

If you have completed any worksheets, please make sure you write your name and date on the back and bring them into school.

 

Monday

PSHE

LO:  To identify potential hazards around the home

Starter

Introduce the topic of safety at home by exploring the Potential dangers symbol support sheet. Discuss what each of the dangers are.

Activity

walk around your home and identify any potential hazards. Discuss with an adult how we can make these hazards safe. Eg. Toys or clothing on the floor,  Spilt drink or food on the floor etc.

 

Art

LO:  To roll, flatten, tear, join and mould playdough to create a 3D flower

Starter

Create the playdough by following the recipe.

 

Activity

Once made, warm up the playdough by following the instructions on the Playdough activity cards. Move on to practise rolling the playdough flat and cutting using the tools. Practise cutting the play dough into parts of a flower, circular center with petals around the edge.

Resources

Playdough recipe (or your own playdough)

Playdough activity cards

Playdough rolling pin and cutter

 

PE

Watch and join in an exercise video on You Tube.

PE With Joe 2021 | Friday 19th Feb - YouTube

 

Reading – read a favourite book to an adult or hear an adult read a book to you.

 

Tuesday

 

Music

Listen to the Disney Lava Song : Disney Music - Lava (Official Lyric Video from "Lava") - YouTube

 

Activity

All – use musical instruments to depict when a volcano is dormant i.e. quiet sounds and to depict when a volcano erupts i.e.. loud sounds.

 

Topic - Science

LO: To investigate and describe rocks that I find on a rock hunt

(please keep rocks for other lessons this week)

Starter

Introduce the theme with the video: "Rocks are Everywhere" Read Aloud - YouTube

Discuss the video.

Activity

Explain to children that today they will become rock detectives and their task will be to find different types of rocks outside. Go on a rock hunt in your garden or at a park. Collect a selection of different rocks that you find.

Once home, clean all the rocks using a sponge or cloth. Lay them all out and explore the rocks. Are they the same? Do they look different after being cleaned? Where were they found? Are they big/small/what colour? Use the Rock description key vocab for support.

Resources

Magnifying glasses

Buckets, sponge or cloth,

Spades, sieves

 

 

Life Skills

LO: To make up a cold drink and snack

Activity

Fruit Salad

Make a fruit salad using a variety of diferent fruit. Make sure all items of fruit have been washed. Demonstrate preparing the fruit safely, peeling and cutting each item of fruit into bite size chunks. Let pupils have a chance to prepare and cute a variety of different fruits. Put all the fruit into a large bowl and pour over some orange juice. Mix the fruit together.

Squash

Demonstrate first, but encourage pupils to pour their own squash

Reading – read a favourite book to an adult or hear an adult read a book to you.

 

Wednesday

English

LO:  To recall the story from the Lava song

Activity   

Listen to the YouTube song – Lava Song using the following link

Disney Music - Lava (Official Lyric Video from "Lava") - YouTube

Discuss the following questions:

What is the object in the story called?

What 2 things come out of the volcano?

What do you think the lava feels like?

What do you think the smoke feels like?

What colour is the smoke?

Where is the volcano found?

What is the volcano made of?

What is the volcano looking for?

How does the volcano feel when he hasn’t got a friend?

What noise do volcanoes make when they erupt?

How does the volcano feel when he finds a friend?

Do you like this song? Why? Why not?

All – on a large piece of paper, draw a volcano and paint it green on the bottom half and brown on the top half. Glue on pieces of tissue paper coming out of the crater (white, orange, yellow and red) and pieces of tissue paper running down the side of the volcano (red, orange and yellow).

 

                                                                                                      

Maths

Activity

Sense  –  Count along and place 1-3 or 1-5 rocks on each number card

Explore – Count some rocks and then take one rock away and see how many are left. Repeat with different amount of rocks.

Medium – Write a number between 1 and 20 and write what is one more and one less than the number.

Hard – work out the array and the multiplication sum and answer (page 1 only).

 

Design Technology

LO: To make an image out of pebbles.

Starter  

Explore selections of pebbles of different shapes and sizes. Explain to pupils that today they will design and make images out of pebbles. Look at and discuss the examples of various images made of pebbles (see the worksheet Pebbles ideas). Encourage pupils to describe their favourite pictures

 

Activity

Ask pupils to create a flower shape using the pebbles.

What other things can they make out of pebbles? a face? An animal? A tree? Would you use the same sized pebbles for every detail? What things can you make with small pebbles?

Tasks: Pupils to use various sized pebbles.

Sense / Explore: Use templates for arranging pebbles into different images.

Medium: Use pebbles to create a big tree and an animal.

Hard: Make your own scenery out of pebbles

Resources

Pebbles and rocks

Pebbles ideas –worksheet

 

Reading – read a favourite book to an adult or hear an adult read a book to you.

 

 

Thursday

English

LO:  To recall the story of the Little Volcano

Starter

Read the story of the Little Volcano using the link https://www.storyjumper.com/book/index/14670022/The-Little-Volcano#

Activity

Explore – match the sentences with the pictures.

Medium – copy-write the sentences with the pictures.

Hard – write a sentence for each picture.

 

Maths

Activity

Sense  –  Count along and place 1-3 or 1-5 rocks on each number card

Easy – count some objects and then take one object away and see how many are left.

Medium – write a number between 1 and 20 and write what is one more and one less than the number.

Hard – cut out the numbers and pictures and match them. Write the multiplication sum and the array.

 

RE

L.O. To recall the story of The Loaves and the fishes

Starter

The Loaves and the Fishes

Read the PowerPoint story of the Loaves and the fishes.

Activity

All – try some tuna fish and some bread. Describe the taste, smell, texture of each food.

All – look at the word mat and point out key words from the story.

Hard – Use the word mat and write 5 sentences to retell the story of the loaves and the fishes.

Medium – make stick puppets from the worksheet and write the name of the character or object next to the stick puppet.

Sense / Explore – make the stick puppets from the story.

 

Reading – read a favourite book to an adult or hear an adult read a book to you.

 

 

Friday

English

LO:  To recall the story of the Little Volcano

Starter

Read the story of the Little Volcano using the link https://www.storyjumper.com/book/index/14670022/The-Little-Volcano#

Discuss the story and answer questions. Predict what will happen at the end of the story.

Activity

Hard – look at the worksheet and write a definition for an active, dormant and extinct volcano using the Ipads to look up the information.

Medium – look at the cip sentences and match them to the correct picture. Copy-write the sentences to the correct picture.

Explore – look at the pictures and cut them out. Decide whether the volcano is active or dormant.

 

Maths

Activity

Explore – Count some rocks and then take one rock away and see how many are left. Repeat with different amounts of rocks.

Medium – work out what is one more and one less using page 1 of the worksheet.

Hard – Cut out the numbers and pictures and match them. Write the multiplication sum and the array.

Topic

LO: To recall how a volcano is formed

Starter

Watch the video and discuss how volcanoes are formed

All About Volcanoes: How They Form, Eruptions & More! - YouTube

 

Activity

Complete the How a volcano is made worksheet. Choose the work that is most appropriate for your child.

 

Reading – read a favourite book to an adult or hear an adult read a book to you.

 

 

Extra Activities

 

  • Volcano colouring page
  • Volcano 3D cross section
  • Volcano word search
  • Parts of a volcano poster
  • Pancake day cutting exercise
  • Pancake day pencil control
  • Pancake day sensory box
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