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Monday 27th April 2020

Everyday tasks  Monday 27th April 2020 ( 27.4.2020):

 

Maths task

With sincere thanks to Rachel Bown- ‘Bown to be different’ for all of the activites below:-

Activity Sheet Four : let’s think about some numeracy activities this week!

Try these fun activities with your family. Having fun whilst being active is very important. You can compete with yourself & each other if you want to, but enjoying the activities is the main thing.

Perhaps you could record yourselves doing the activities & share the clips with your friends & family if your parents/carers are happy for you to do so?

Safety- try to move anything that you could break or trip over out of the way. Make sure your shoe laces are tied up & you have a drink ready.

 

Matching Socks Challenge : You will need lots of socks & a box/bin    

Activity a) mix up lots of single socks & place them randomly all over a table.

“Ready, steady go!”- match them up into pairs as quickly as you can. You could time yourself & compete against yourself &/or other members of your household.

Activity b) mix up lots of single socks & place them randomly all around a room

“Ready, steady go!”- match them up into pairs as quickly as you can. You could time yourself & compete against yourself &/or other members of your household.

Activity c) mix up your single socks

                  Place a box or a bin somewhere in the room.

“Ready, steady go!”- match them up into pairs as quickly as you can. Wherever you match a pair, roll them up into a ball & aim for the box or bin. How many get you get in the box/bin first time? Try to beat your score.

How to make this activity harder :

- Use more socks. Different sizes.

- Move the box/bin further away

-Travel to the socks in different ways eg: jump, hop

 

Knock Down Challenge : You will need rolled up socks & empty bottles & boxes

*Place all the bottles & boxes on the ground in a room or in the garden

*Decide on a ‘throwing’ line. Put all the rolled up socks behind the ‘throw’ line

*From behind the ‘throw’ line how many bottles/boxes can you hit & knock over with your sock balls? Can you beat your score? Can you beat someone else’s score?

How to make this activity harder :

 -Put the ‘throw’ line further away

-Take it in turns with a family member. If you knock an item over, collect it. When all the items have been knocked over & collected, count them. Who has the most?

-Put different numbers or values on each item. Add them up as you knock them down. What’s your final score?

                             

 

 

  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   Y1  Monday 27th April-  Pirate ordinal numbers-

ordinal = order e.g. 1st/ first

(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** and then CUT OUT EACH WORD:-

to all are said  the go I come some a she we like be he for of

      • **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?)
    • 4  Games to play this week using the words:-
  1.  Find me  a word beginning with  these letters:-a b c f g h i l o s t w   ( parent say one letter name  at a time) e.g. “a” and your son can find either a or all or are- perhaps limit it to a choice from only 2 of the words to make it easier
  2. Use these words to start a sentence:- I ( or we) go to the … ( you finish the sentence.) Can you make it a silly sentence e.g. I go to the moon?/ We go to the clouds.
  3. Use these words to make a sentence:- I ( or we) like to …  ( you finish the sentence.)
  4. Sound-swap game- Use these sounds d g o i b t s c a  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”
    • d-o-g
    • d-i-g
    • b-i-g
    • b-i-t
    • s-i-t
    • s-a-t
    • c-a-t

 

  • If you are in Mrs Osborn’s group [ LL CC CT JT OH ZB],, then please COPY OUT THESE WORDS** and then CUT OUT EACH WORD:-

 they them called asked 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?)
    • 6 Games to play this week using the words:-
  • Find me  a word beginning with this letter:- ( parent say the letter name at the start of the word)
  • Use these words to start a sentence:- They asked for…  ( you finish the sentence.) Can you make it a silly sentence e.g. They asked for a space-rocket to go to the moon.
  • Use these words to make a sentence:- They looked and saw… …  ( you finish the sentence.) e.g. They looked and saw a red light under the cat.
  • Please now write the one of your silly sentences in your home  learning journal

 

  • STOPWATCH CHALLENGE-
    1.  Put out all your words and ask your parent to us their stopwatch on their phone and time you to see how many words you can read in 20 seconds
    2. Put out all your words and ask your parent to us their stopwatch on their phone and time you to see how many words you can write in 20 seconds

 

 

Reading:

Read your favourite book (from your book bag or one from home).  Copy the title of your book into your home learning journal.

 

Topic:

SCIENCE

 

Please see sheet below for your Science work

 

 

 

 

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