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Willow Class Home Learning

Week 3:  Beginning 18th January 2021

 

 

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.

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 how to keep safe when crossing the road

Starter

Watch the Road Safety videos:

The Moe Show: Moe Explores — Road Safety - YouTube

Road safety - BBC Bitesize - YouTube

Discuss the rules of road safety. How did Moe cross the road safely? What would happen if we were not being safe?

Activity

Complete the road safety poster from last week, teaching others about road safety. Share with an adult or sibling.

Sensory play Ideas:

Use a road play mat in a tray or on the floor (or make your own roads using masking tape) with a selection of toy cars and people. In groups discuss safe areas for the people to cross the road safely

Resources

Road safety poster images

scissors, glue, colouring pens or pencils

 

Art

Starter

Share images and slideshow on buildings. Discuss the architect and various examples of his architecture.

Activity

  1. Use bright poster paint or watercolour to add colour to different building templates. (get pupils to complete a few pages worth of buildings for next weeks activity)
  2. Tape and seal boxes using masking tape (encourage pupils to try to pinch and tare the masking tape or use scissors for those who require them) Add further details to boxes such as roof or 

If possible use papier-mâché to strengthen the boxes (torn newspaper with water/PVA)

  1. Leave to dry somewhere safe ready for next week

 

 

 

 

Resources

Buildings powerpoint

Building Vocab support

Variety of Cardboard boxes (to be used as buildings)

Old newspaper or tissue paper

Pencils, Scissors, Glue, making tape

 

PE

Watch and join in an exercise video on You Tube

PE With Joe 2021 | Friday 15th Jan - YouTube

Tuesday

 

Music

Watch and join in with the clapping patterns.

Clapping Machine is a great brain breaks song engaging kids with clapping patterns | Jack Hartmann - YouTube

 

Topic - Science

LO: To identify different materials and practice sorting litter for recycling

Activity

Collect some rubbish such as plastic bottles, cardboard boxes etc. Then sort the rubbish according to what it is made of using the Widget symbol sheet. Discuss what rubbishe can be recycled.

Take a photo of your sorted rubbish.

Explore – Explore the different items of rubbish. Look/touch/hold the different items. Discuss the materials and with support group items together that are made from the same material.

Resources

Various items of rubbish made from different materials.

Recycling symbol support sheet (cut up)

 

Life Skills

LO: To identify different coins and their value

Activity

Explore different coins and discuss their value

Easy/Medium –  Complete the Coin Recognition and Coin Detective worksheets

Medium -  Matching 1p

Hard – Complete the Counting Money Jar worksheets

Explore –  Create some large cut out coins. Using some plastic or real coins, sort the coins into piles of the same. (start off with 2 different coloured/shaped coins such as a 1p and a 10p) Pile next to or on top of the large cut out coin. Take a photograph of your work

Sensory play Ideas:

Hide coins within a sensory tray or sand / dried pasta / cooked rice or spaghetti /non toxic shaving foam. Ask pupils to find the different coins.

Resources

Large coin cutouts

Plastic or real coins

scissors, glue

Wednesday

English

Starter

Use the link to hear the story of the Secret Sky Garden :  The Secret Sky Garden - YouTube

Discuss the story and the characters.

Sensory Play:

During a walk or time in the garden collect items from nature such as twigs, leaves, stones etc

Explore the different items of nature.

OR, with support plant some seeds or bulbs.

                                                                                                          

Maths

Activity

Explore  – count up to 5-10 objects (make caterpillars out of pipecleaners or straws) and place them on the caterpillar. Count together and repeat.

Five Little Caterpillars | 5 Little Caterpillars | Nursery Rhyme |The Kiboomers | Kids Songs | - YouTube

Easy – Match the numbers to the correct part of the caterpillar.

Medium – Addition to 10 worksheet.

Hard – Count in 5’s and colour each multiple of 5 on the 1 – 100 number square e.g. colour 5, 10, 15

Resources

100 Square

 

Design Technology

LO: To make a piggy bank out of a plastic bottle

Starter :

Watch and discuss the video: How to Piggy Bank Pig with Plastic Bottle- HomeArtTv By Juan Gonzalo Angel - YouTube

Activity

Discuss the importance of safety before beginning working on this project. Discuss the way of joining different materials (Sellotape, PVA glue, hot glue gun). Remind children that only adults are allowed to use glue guns. Adults will also make an initial hole in their plastic bottles.

Pupils will use picture and symbol instruction when working on this project.

Resources

Empty 1l or 2l plastic bottles

Symbol instruction.

Bottle lids or corks, different coloured cards to wrap around a bottle or pink paint, ribbon, googly eyes,

 

Thursday

English

LO: To recall the story of The Secret Sky Garden

Starter  

hear the story of the Secret Sky Garden again using the link. The Secret Sky Garden - YouTube

Activity

Make a garden using sensory materials from your own garden such as twigs, grass, flowers etc. Make in a tray and take a photograph of it.

 

Maths

Activity

Explore – count up to 5-10 objects (make caterpillars out of pipecleaners or straws) and place them on the caterpillar. Count together and repeat..

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Animated Film - YouTube

Easy – Match the numerals to the amount of objects there are on each card.

Medium – Addition to 10 worksheet.

Hard – 5 times tables worksheet. Complete the worksheet.

Resources

5 Times table worksheet / Addition worksheet

 

RE

L.O. To recall the Christian Creation Story

Starter

Read the 10 Commandments PowerPoint. Read and discuss what each one means.

Activity

Explore - colouring page of the 10 Commandments.

Medium - Make a scroll and choose one of the 10 Commandments to glue on the scroll. Explain why you picked the Commandment and also draw a picture to go with the Commandment.

Hard - sequence the 10 Commandments in order.

Resources

10 commandments powerpoint

Worksheet

Commandments Colouring sheet

10 Commandments Sequencing

 

Friday

English

LO:  To recall the story of the Secret Sky Garden

Starter

Read the story of the Secret Sky Garden again. Discuss the story.

Activity

Make play dough using the recipe.

Use the playdough to make different flowers.

 

Maths

Activity

Explore – Count fingers and toes with nursery rhyme

How Many Fingers? | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs - YouTube

Easy – Match the numerals to the amount of objects on the cards.

Medium – Addition up to 20 worksheet.

Hard – Counting in 5’s worksheet.

Resources

100 square

 

Topic

Starter

watch the story of the Secret Sky Garden using the link The Secret Sky Garden - YouTube

Activity

Make a kite from paper or card. Decorate your kite and add some string. Fly your kite in the garden. Take a photo of your kite.

 

Extra Activities

  • Recycling colour by numbers
  • Flower colouring page
  • Garden Pencil control
  • Handprint 3D flowers
  • Pencil control maze
  • Flower playdough mat

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