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Remote Learning Year 1

 Children who are at home self-isolating 

If your child is self-isolating, but is otherwise well, the work for each day of absence is shown in the table below. We do not expect the children to be working if they are feeling poorly.

You can upload your work to Dojo and we will mark it for you. Remember that learning at home can feel trickier than being at school - don't worry if you find something a little difficult, just have a go and do the best you can. We are proud of you and can't wait to see what you do. 

For times when computers access is not possible here are some ideas of learning activities your children can do:

 

  • Write your own story based on animals 
  • Make a Maths board game using number facts (addition, subtraction, doubles, halves, telling the time).
  • Write an animal or landmark fact file
  • Practise counting forwards and back from any number
  • Work on your letter and number formation
  • Practise reading and spelling from your previous word walls
  • Draw numbers using tens and ones.
  • Make a number museum or number poster.
  • Read a book and write a review.
  • Design a story villain/hero but drawing and labelling.
  • Phonics Play - Phase 3 games Phonics Play

 

Day

Maths

Spend 5 minutes on Numbots every day

English

Don't forget to do your daily reading.

If you do not have a printer, all write on worksheets will be on Dojo which can be edited on screen.

Topic
Day 1 Maths Lesson 1 Comparing lengths

Starter:

Write the capital letters in order. This formation sheet can be used to copy them.

Capital letter formation

 

Main: Write a caption/sentence for the first three pictures on this sheet. (You do not need to print the sheet, you can just write the captions on paper). Remember to use our 5 star sentence rules.

 

Pictures for captions

 

ART

 

Practise your line drawing skills to draw an Arctic fox

 

Artic Fox Tutorial

 

PE

 

Challenge your feet and brain with this activity!

Line Jump Activity

Day 2 Maths Lesson 2 Comparing height

Starter:

Can you match the capital letters with the lowercase letters.

Capital letter and lowercase matching

Main: Write a caption/sentence for the NEXT three pictures on this sheet. (You do not need to print the sheet, you can just write the captions on paper). Remember to use our 5 star sentence rules.

 

Pictures for captions

ICT 

 

Can you log on to purple mash and make a picture of an animal. 

Challenge - Can you find out where your animal is from and type this in the caption box?

Purple Mash

Day 3

Maths Lesson 3 Compare lengths and heights

Lesson 3 Worksheet

Starter: Can you say the next three letters of the alphabet?

A B C......

 

C D E ......

 

P Q R......

 

N O P.....

 

Main: Write a caption/sentence for the NEXT three pictures on this sheet. (You do not need to print the sheet, you can just write the captions on paper). Remember to use our 5 star sentence rules.

 

Pictures for captions

Geography:

Can you draw a person dressed for each season? What type of clothes and accessories will they need in spring, summer, winter and autumn?

 

Day 4

Maths Lesson 4 Measure length

 

Starter: Magic Hat Game

Cut out the lower case alphabet letters on the sheet that follows. Place them into a bag or a hat. Pull out one letter at a time from the ‘magic hat’ and then ask your child to write the capital letter on a sheet of paper. Check against the alphabet below to see if they have got it right.

Magic hat game

Main: Write a caption/sentence for the NEXT three pictures on this sheet. (You do not need to print the sheet, you can just write the captions on paper). Remember to use our 5 star sentence rules.

 

Pictures for captions

Science

Watch this short video about animals and their babies.

 

Can you match the animals with their babies using the sheet or you can draw and label your own.

Animals and their young

 

 

Day 5

Maths Lesson 5 Measure length

Measure length worksheet

Starter: Can you think of a fruit or vegetable for every letter of the alphabet?

Main: Write a caption/sentence for the NEXT three pictures on this sheet. (You do not need to print the sheet, you can just write the captions on paper). Remember to use our 5 star sentence rules.

 

Pictures for captions

PSHE:

Caring for the environment.

Can you think of ways to help our environment in school and at home. 

You may like to use this chart:

Caring for the environment

Day 6

Maths Lesson 6 Introducing the ruler

 

Starter: Can you think of an animal for every letter of the alphabet?

Main: Write a caption/sentence for the NEXT three pictures on this sheet. (You do not need to print the sheet, you can just write the captions on paper). Remember to use our 5 star sentence rules.

 

Pictures for captions

PE 

Dinosaur Yoga

or

Superhero Workout

Day 7

Maths Lesson 7 Measure length

Measure length

Writing Challenge

Over the next few days an you write a story about the zoo animals visiting the vets. Use the picture to help you and the word mat.

Writing Prompt Picture

Word Mat

Music

Understanding Pulse

Day 8

Adding length

Adding length worksheet

Geography

Find out about the ocean names in this song.

Oceans song

Latest Notices

 

We are very excited to announce the launch of our mobile app! The app works alongside our new website to help keep you all updated on important news, events, photos and information about the school. You can find moreon the 'Mobile App' page of the website.