Home and Remote Learning
Click the link below to be taken to remote learning from 11th January.
Work for Week One is below.
We would love to know what you go up to in the Christmas holidays! Can you write down a few sentences telling us EVERYTHING you did?
What did you have for dinner on Christmas day?
Did you get to see any family members?
Did Father Christmas come?
Did he bring you any nice presents? Which is your favourite and why?
Did you give any special gifts to friends or family?
Did you play any new games?
REMEMBER - What do you need to use in your writing?
- capital letters
- full stops
- finger spaces
- joining words
- punctuation (question marks or exclamation marks)
You can use the sound mats below to help you!
ACTIVITY 2: Year 1
Before the Christmas holiday's we started looking at the 'oo' sound and all the different ways it can be spelt. Here is the 'oo' family:
The 'oo' family
oo ew ue u_e ui o
Can you read these words?
Here is a phoneme spotter. Can you find all the words that use the 'oo' sound?
ACTIVITY 2 -Year 2
We would like you to practise your comprehension skills. Read the passage attached and answer the questions. Try to answer the questions in sentences. Remember sentences begin with capital letters and end with full stops.
Year 1 - Addition
This week in Maths, we would like you to have a go at some addition.
What does addition mean?
Addition means to add two or more numbers together, to find the total!
We have included a PowerPoint and a video that will teach you how to add two numbers together. There is then a worksheet for you to have a go at!
These do not have to be completed all at once, but throughout the course of the week.
Year 2 - Multiplication and Division
Year 2, your task this week is to have a go at some multiplication and division.
What does multiplication mean?
Multiplication is just another term for repeated addition. All this means is that we add equal groups together.
For example, 2 + 2 + 2 = 6 is the same as 3 X 2 = 6
What does division mean?
Division means to share. If we were to divide 6 objects between 3 groups we would share them equally.
For example, 6 divided by 3 = 2
You do not have to complete all activities in one day, but throughout the week. Also, if you are in Year 2 and feel more comfortable having at go at Year 1's learning this week, feel free!!
We would like you to find out about living and non-living things.
Can you name anything that is alive? Can you think of something that is not living?
How do you know if something is living or non- living?
Watch this video lesson using the link below or look at the Powerpoint presentation. Then complete the activity for your year group.
We would like you to find out about 'The World' this week.
Watch the videos on the link below to find out more about the world. Try the quiz too.
Can you remember what the land is split into?
Can you remember what the large areas of sea are called?
Can you remember what the imaginary line around the middle of the world is called?
If you want to you could test your knowledge by labelling the maps.