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Tuesday 5th May 2020

 

Atlas class Everyday tasks  Tuesday 5th May  2020 ( 5.5.2020):

 

Maths task

  • How do we describe  (and compare) the amount of water in a container?
    • Words to learn to help do this activity:-
      •  full empty,  half full, part-full, more than, less than, [ capacity]
    • What you will need:-
      • 2 similar-sized plastic cups and a container ( maybe  a saucepan or bowl) and a washing-up bowl of water ( maybe a few drops of food colouring added to the water would be fun too)
    • What to do:-
      • Fill up one the plastic cup- say “It is full- it cannot hold any more water”
      • Fill up about HALF of the other plastic cup– say “It is half-full, it has less water than the FULL cup”
      • Put both cups next to each other so you can look at both cups and say- the full cup has MORE water than the other cup
      • Investigate- How many half-full-up cups of water will it take to fill up a container ( saucepan or bowl etc)
      • Take turns guessing- were you right? Find a different container and do the activity again
      • Maybe take a photo or draw a picture in your home learning journal
      • Draw a picture of  a FULL cup and then draw a picture of a HALF-FULL cup

                             

  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  Tuesday 5th  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** 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?)
    • 4  Games to play this week using the words:-
  1.  BE THE TEACHER-Parents find 4 words and you say each word and your son has to repeat it. Do this one at a time until all 4 words have been read and said!
    • Now SWAP and  let your son be the teacher , so that he reads the words and parents- YOU repeat them. ( Who is the best teacher?)
  2. SNAP-  turn all the words upside down and turn 2 cards over at a time- if they match then SNAP you get  to keep the pair[perhaps limit it to a choice from only 4 of the words to make it easier]
  3. SOUND-SWAP  Use these sounds d p e i b t s n u  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-e-n          p-e-n     p-i-n      b-i-n
    • b-u-n           s-u-n     s-i-n       t-i-n       t-e-n
  4. WRITE YOUR NAME- How many of these letters:- a,e,i,o,u are in your  name?

 

  • 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?)
    • 4 Games to play this week using the words:-
  • FUNNY VOICE READER- read all the words in a funny voice- try being  a squeaky mouse  or a roaring lion or a giggling boy as you read each word ( I hope it made you laugh! Mrs Osborn did it in a cat voice!)
  • SNAP-  turn all the words upside down and turn 2 cards over at a time- if they match then SNAP you get  to keep the pair
  • 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
  • SILLY SENTENCE -Use these words to start a sentence:- His little went out the ( you finish the sentence.) Can you make it a silly sentence e.g. His little sandwich went out the door.
    1. [Perhaps try to write  one of your silly sentences in your home  learning journal]

 

  • STOPWATCH CHALLENGE-
    1.  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 20 seconds
    2. 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 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. Draw a picture of one of the things on one page.

 

Topic:

ART- VE day celebrations-

Parents on Friday 8th May we will celebrating VE day anniversary of 75 years since Victory in Europe ( nearly the end of the  2nd World War).

Great websites of 10 photos to share with your son:- www.iwm.org.uk.history

 In school we will be making bunting, flags and posters alongside lots of other activities to celebrate this historic event.

I am attaching some of the templates for you to download or to draw at home to help your son do the activity at home too.

[N.B For our War VE day cooking on Thursday you will need the following ingredients:- 2 potatoes, cheese and 1 carrot- to make war ‘pretend’ Mock eggs]

 

 

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