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Maple Class- home Learning 22.2.21

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

English

English

Music

 

History/Geography

 

Science

Pe

Maths

 

Maths

 

 

Dance

 

Art

PHSE

PE enrichment

Life skills

DT

Food tech/DT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New topic this term - Rio de vida

 

Choose the work that is appropriate for the ability of your child.

Take photos of your home learning please

Any sheets you complete- make sure you write the date on them and put your name on the back and bring them into school to show us your amazing work 😊

Monday

Phonics

Phase 1: Today sing if you’re happy and you know it- sing and clap along, row, row, row the boat- sitting on the floor doing the actions. Then head, shoulders, knees and toes and doing the actions.

 

Phase 2: Look at the sound e at the start of words and in the middle of words

1 letter that makes one sound

 

Model this with the word egg and peg

 

Can they read these words

peg hen ten den leg red web

Resource : peg hen ten den leg red web

 

Phase 3:  looking at vowel digraphs. Vowels are the letters a e i o and u

We can use these when we sign too  but touching our fingers one at a time from the thumb.

 

Today we are going to look at the ai sound 2 letters that together make one sound so not a i separate but  aaaaaa

 

Let’s read some of these words together  rain, train, drain, grain, brain

 

Resource- rain, train, drain, grain, brain

 

Literacy- reading

 

LO:  To read familiar words (a letter from a friend)

 

Starter

Watch short video about a letter from Paddington. The Adventures of Paddington l Paddington and The Stamp l Nick Jr. UK

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IhJoDhUaB8


Activity

In that video Paddington was writing a letter to Aunt Lucy in Peru. He has also sent a letter to Maple Class from his holiday home in Brazil !!

 

Look at a copy of the letter and photographs.

 Try to read the letter and talk about it and the photographs. Adults to write down comments from their child  on a sheet of paper (mind map).

 

Also practice reading HFW’s – first 20 

 

Resources: letter and photographs and  HFW list

 

Challenge

Have a look on Google maps or a paper world map. Can you find Brazil? Which continent is it on?

 

Key Questions

What is a letter?   Why do we write them?

How else can we send messages to other people.

 

PE

We have been really enjoying singing and dancing along to this in class.

Continue singing and dancing along with ‘The singing walrus greatest hits’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQN46xvrz7Y&vl=en

 

PSHE

LO: To make a calm kit

Starter

In our PSHE lessons we have been focusing on our feelings, using the zones of regulation. We have looked at using the zones of regulation colours to help us to identify how we are feeling and strategies that we can use to help us.

 

Today we are going to look at strategies that can help us keep calm. Talk an adult about different things we could do if we are feeling, angry (red zone), sad (blue zone) or worried (yellow zone).– adult to scribe.

 

Activity

We are going to use some of these ideas to make a calm kit/box. It might contain photographs that make us smile, things that we can twiddle in our fingers, happy statements we can read, pictures of our family and pets (drawn). Split into groups and make a calm kit.

Challenge

Identify a strategy that works well to help you calm. Share it with your family. Is it the same as your relatives or friends – remember there are no right or wrong answers.

 

Tuesday

Phonics

Phase 1:  repeat -Today sing if you’re happy and you know it- sing and clap along, row, row, row the boat- sitting on the floor doing the actions. Then head, shoulders, knees and toes and doing the actions.

 

Phase 2: Reading and matching the  e words to the pictures.

Resources :  e words and pictures to match

 

Phase 3: Then today we are still looking at the ai sound who can remember how to say it?

Let’s match the word to the picture

rain, train, drain, grain, brain

Resources – ai word and picture matching

 

Literacy

LO: To identify the features of a letter.

Starter

Relook at Paddington’s letter. Let’s read it together. Ok let’s look closer at the different parts of a letter. Identify where the address is placed etc. Adult to model labelling the different parts of the letter using the check list to cut up and use.

 

Activity

Label their own copy of the letter.

Write the labels then practice writing an address - how is it set out.

Resources: check list to use as  labels for letter

 

LO: To write a letter back to Paddington

Starter

We have been looking at Paddington’s letter inviting us to go to Brazil. Let’s work together to draft a response. Shared writing of a letter with an adult.

 

Activity

Pupil to write their own letter to Paddington, using the shared writing letter for reference.

 

 Dictate to adult what they would write in their letter- writing some words independently- starting with initial sounds.

 

Challenge

Can you write an email to Paddington? Check and identify differences.

 

 

Maths

 

LO: To explore where numbers are placed on number lines.

Starter

Practise counting to 20 forwards and backwards in 1s and 2s.

 

Introduce a number line.

Ask pupils to identify numerals at random. Ask more challenging questions – find the number next to 5. Find the number in between 2 and 4.

 

Activity

Have a large number line to 100

Have individual number lines to 100

Complete the missing numbers on the number line independently.

 

Resources: number line to 100 and number line with missing numbers.

 

PE Enrichment

 

Watch and join in an exercise video on You Tube

 

· Joe Wickes - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhHY8mOQ5eo

 

· Cosmic Yoga - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4ZUPW6EbQU

 

  • Go for a walk and look for new growth on the ground and up in the trees. The weather is becoming warmer.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday

Music

See separate music lesson

                                                                                                                                     

Maths – place value                                               

LO: To identify more and less

 

Starter

Recap on yesterday’s work. Extend the number line work by using it for counting forwards and backwards. Today we are going to learn about one more and one less using numbers.

 

Activity

Practise counting one more from a given number on a number line.

 

Practise counting one less from a given number on a number line.

 

Begin with 0-10 then 0-20 then above

 

 

Challenge

Identify 5 more and 5 less using 100 square.

 

Resources: number line.

 

Life skills

LO: To learn how to set and clear a table

Activity

Pupils practise setting and clearing the table. Counting how many people for lunch and finding the correct number of items.

Sequencing a schedule of how to set and clear a table and wash up. (cip)

 

Challenge

To act as a waiter and write down the list of food requested by the customers.

Resource: cip sequencing for a table setting. 

 

 

Thursday

RE

LO: To find out about Christian season of Lent

Starter

Read Lent Assembly Power point [Twinkl] and discuss the season and what it means to Christians. Discussion - if you were a Christian, what do you enjoy that you would give up for Lent?

 

Activity

Complete KS1 Lent worksheet – cip to help with ideas and real objects.

 

Resources: power point and Lent worksheet, CIP ideas and real objects.

 

Challenge

Write a couple of sentences about what happened to Jesus in the desert.

 

Key Questions

People of which religion observe Lent?

Why do people go without nice things during Lent?

 

Dance

 

LO:  To create a dance linked to our new topic Rio.

 

Listen to some music from Brazil and practice some of the dance moves.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmKlPn7aapo

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q0TbNP01jc

 

Friday

Phonics

Interactive games on the Letters and Sounds website

Phase 1,2,3

Choose a favourite game linked to your phase

 

Science

LO:  To change materials, talk about and record what has happened.

Starter

Read through Materials Information Power Point [Twinkl]

 

Activity

 

Discuss the properties of wool. Thin fibres that can be pulled apart. Soft/hard, dry/wet etc use of CIP symbols.

Ask the children to predict what they think will happen to the wool when it is put in water. Record their thoughts individually.

 

Pupil to put some wool into a flat tray filled with a little water. Watch/discuss what happens. Encourage the pupils to agitate the wool (apply friction). The wool fibre will matt together and turn into felt. Discuss how the material has changed properties. Is it still soft and made of loose fibres?

 

Return to your child’s predictions. Were they correct?

 

Resources: Materials Information Power Point [Twinkl] piece of wool knitted

 

Art

LO: To create a work of art in pastel inspired by Rousseau ( To find out about different artists)

Look at the work of art by Henri Rousseau: Tropical storm with tiger.

 

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTUCH7pw99Ro36TsOG6FgKh1UfNMFQ7zrQ1zfTJM3nXM5ax8XHtahqegFHlwbw&usqp=CAc

 

Discuss the work of art eg likes, dislikes (and why), colours, shapes, brush strokes etc.

 

Activity

Play video whilst pupils are recreating their own work of art https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8myYyMg1fFE

 

Challenge

To use a computer or laptop to research other works of art by Henri Rousseau.

 

 

Food tech

Pick a new vegetable or fruit to peel, cut and try with your adult

Help an adult make a tasty, healthy meal for the whole family.

 

LO: To make marmalade sandwiches.

 

Starter

Watch video of Paddington making marmalade:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5EHEZUAFVc

Discuss how we make sandwiches – shared writing adult to scribe children’s ideas for step by step instructions.

 

Activity

Make marmalade sandwiches for a house picnic with Paddington.

 

Challenge

Write your own instructions for making a sandwich.

 

 

 

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