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Monday 11th May 2020

Atlas Class Everyday tasks  Monday 11th May 2020 ( 11.5.2020)

 

Maths task

 

  • How do we measure?
    • Words to learn to help do this activity:-
      •  Tall, tallest, taller than, small, smallest, smaller than, short shortest, shorter than, long, longest, longer than, measure,
    • Phrases to use:
      • How tall is this? How long is this?
      • Is this one the tallest/ shortest/ smallest?
      • Is this taller/ longer/ shorter than that one?
    • What you will need:-
      • Your hands, feet, a piece of wool or ribbon or string
    • What to do:-
      • Use small and large objects e.g. toys, furniture etc in your home or class.
      • Place one small object next to a large one ( e.g. a piece of lego next to a door) and ask:-
        • Which one is small? ( say – “This one is small, this is the smallest. It is smaller than this one”)
        • Which is tall? ( say- “ This one is tall, this is the tallest. It is taller than this one”)
      • On the floor put one long object next to a short one ( e.g. a wooden spoon next to a teaspoon) and ask:-
        • Which is long? ( say- “ This one is long, this is the longest. It is longer than this one”)
        • Which is short? ( say- “ This one is short, this is the shortest. It is shorter than this one”)
    • Investigate
      • Investigate-
      • Can you find something as long as your foot?
      • Can you find something as tall as you?
      •  Can you find something smaller than your hand?
      • Can you find something taller than you?
        • In your home learning journal can you draw around your hand and then draw around the object that is smaller  than your hand.

                             

  1. More Maths  if you prefer:- Parents please can you open the following bbc webpage and help your son join in with the  Maths activity each day.

 

BBC Bitesize daily lessons Maths  Y1  Monday 11th May -  (or if you prefer some of you can click on and use Y2 instead)

 

There are also some English and topic activities you might like to use too.

 

 

English phonic/ writing task:

We are split into 2 groups for our phonics work.

  • If you are in Mrs Masters’ group [ BH SE LL HW RL LB]  then  please COPY OUT THESE WORDS TWICE** and then CUT OUT EACH WORD:-

they them for of were was any many looked saw said all are

      • **we will be using these words to play lots of phonic games this week and next week, so please feel free to write each word using felt-tips onto cardboard ( perhaps the back of a cereal  packet?)
    • 5  Games to play this week using the words:-
  1.  HUNT THE WORD-parents choose 4 words, show them to your son. Can he read it to you or you read it to him and he repeats it back. Then place the words in 4 separate parts of the garden or house. You say the word and your son has to run and find it. ( do this every day using 4 different words)
  2. SENTENCE MAKER-use these words (they looked for) and finish the sentence e.g. They looked for stars/ They looked for aliens creeping around/ They looked for peace and quiet/ They looked for  chocolate. ( Mrs Osborn’s favourite!) Can you make a really funny or silly or long sentence?
  3. SPLAT THE WORD- choose 2 words and  put them on the floor or table in front of you. Use your hand or a wooden spoon to take turns to say one word and winner is the  one who splats the word first. Repeat! ( please take care!)
  4. COPY ME QUICK - Choose one word and copy the word as fast as you can  and as many times as you can in 30 seconds
  5. SOUND-SWAP  Use these sounds f g e a o m r l c from your brown envelope to make the following words:- make sure you “say the sound as you point to EACH sound, then say the word”
    • l-o-t         l-e-t         g-e-t      m-e-t     
    •  m-e-n       m-a-n       r-a n      f-a-n    c-a-n

 

  • If you are in Mrs Osborn’s group [ LL CC CT JT OH ZB], then please COPY OUT THESE WORDS TWICE** and then CUT them all out so you have 2 copies of each word.:-

 little you can then there his her went that the out

 

      • **we will be using these words to play lots of phonic games this week and next week, so please feel free to write each word using felt-tips onto cardboard ( perhaps the back of a cereal  packet?)
    • Games to play this week using the words above:-
  1. HUNT THE WORD-parents choose 4 words, show them to your son. Can he read it to you or you read it to him and he repeats it back. Then place the words in 4 separate parts of the garden or house. You say the word and your son has to run and find it. ( do this every day using 4 different words)
  2. SOUND-SWAP  Use these sounds eigh  ay  a_e  d p t s m l  from your brown envelope to MAKE and then WRITE  words:- make sure you “say the sound as you point to EACH sound, then say the word”
    1. e.g. d-ay = day/ eigh-t = eight/ t- a- p e = tape how many words can you make?
  3. SENTENCE MAKER-use these words (then that there little her went out) and complete this part of  a story!
    1. Once upon a time ------- was a ------ cat.  She wanted to go --- to play and run . But the wicked witch said “No you cannot do  ---- !” So ----- the little cat ---- to sit in  --- cat basket.
  4. STORY ENDING- Can you finish the story? How does it end? Did the cat curl up and go to sleep or did she creep out?  What happened after that?

 

  • STOPWATCH CHALLENGE-
    •  Put out all your words and ask your parent to use their stopwatch on their phone and time you to see how many words you can read in 30 seconds
    • Put out all your words and ask your parent to use their stopwatch on their phone and time you to see how many words you can write in 30 seconds

 

 

 

 

 

Reading:

Read a book (from your book bag or one from home).  Copy the title of your book into your home learning journal. Copy one sentence from your book each day until you have written 5 sentences. Then try to re-read those sentences you have written to your parents.

 

Topic:

SCIENCE

Copy or draw this into your learning journal books

 

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