Class 1 home learning for the day

Good morning class 1!

Here are today’s suggested activities:

For phonics, please don’t forget to head to YouTube at these times to watch the daily phonics: Letters and Sounds video.

Reception: 10.00 am and then again at 11.00 am if you still need blending support to read cvc words i.e. map and cat

Year 1: 10.30 am

As a follow up reading activity I would like the Year 1 children to have a go at this pirate comprehension, by reading the text and answering the questions. The text is differentiated 3 ways. The easier text is the first page of text, with follow up questions after.

KS1 pirates reading comprehension

For the Reception children, I would like you to have a think about what treasure means. Does it mean different things to different people? Is it always gold and jewels or can something old be treasure too?

Have a think about what things you have that you would consider ‘treasure’. Can you use the writing frame below and have a go at writing a list of all the things that you consider to be your treasure?

Things I treasure most writing frame

For your maths activity, I would like you to have a go at practising addition within 10. Don’t forget to use resources around your house, to help you with adding the numbers together, then count them altogether to find the total. Can you break the pirate code?

Pirate crack the code addition to 10

For the Year 1 children, I would like you to head over to BBC Bitesize, to complete the daily Literacy and Maths lesson. For Maths, you will be recognising banknotes and Literacy is looking at curly caterpillar letters and exclamation marks.

For your afternoon activity, I would like you to have a go at becoming a pirate. Follow these instructions and see if you can create yourself an origami pirate hat and a tin foil hook. Then have a look around your house and see if you can create a whole pirate themed outfit.

If you would like, there is also a really interesting lesson on Bitesize about dinosaurs, so have a look at that if you’d like.

Enjoy your day!

Miss Latham