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Week 4 - 28th June

Monday

Phonics - discussing and practising new spellings.

Lesson 1 and 2 - Maths

Break - Please have a break in-between sessions.

Class Teacher Input of Tally Charts on Zoom

 

Main activity:

Make your own tally chart by using the outdoors to collect and gather information – if you don’t have a garden... 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzr2au_WRQs – , children can watch this video full screen and see how many mini-beasts they can spot!

 

Maybe you can have a think about what might be the most popular type of mini-beast or least popular before you collect your information.

 

Talk to children about the two headings you will need and that this will be on your graph when you end up plotting your data/filling in your graph.

 

Example of blank tally on school website under Monday’s resources.

 

Type of mini-beast

Number of mini-beasts

Total

Caterpillar

 

 

Slugs

 

 

Snails

 

 

Grubs

 

 

 

Challenge: Statistics, tallies and graphs challenge cards under Monday on school website.

PLEASE DO NOT PRINT THEM ALL – choose the ones you want to do with your child and print 4 to a page if you want to – or don’t at all. Just write down answers to Q’s.

Lunch.

 

Guided Reading - Comprehension Sheets below.

 

Lesson 3 - History/Art

Class Teacher Input of Tally Charts on Zoom.

 

Main activity:

Children learnt about Rosa Parks and her significance last week. Children are to create a pop-art Art piece of work about Rosa Parks and her significance like a plaque of remembrance - what is she remembered for? What was her impact on the world?

Beginners 2nd grade Rosa Park - YouTube (How to draw Rosa Parks)

How to Draw Rosa Parks step by step - YouTube (How to draw Rosa Parks)

 

 

Tuesday

Phonics - discussing -ful -less. Applying it to a chosen activity below or on Education City.

Lesson 1 and 2 - Maths. Please have a break in-between sessions.

Class Teacher Input of Bar Charts and how to create them on Zoom.

Main activity:

  • Use yesterday’s information that you gather to draw your own bar chart.
  • https://www.purplemash.com/#tab/pm-home/maths - children can use PurpleMash. Log on and click Maths then click on 2Graph. This should take you to a variety of different graphs.

  • I would recommend using any of these -  
  • Bar graph, vertical or horizontal, or a block graph. Its always good for the children to see different representations.
  • Remember to use the same headings that you had in your tally chart. You can edit these on PurpleMash.
  • You may want to take this opportunity to talk to your children about the fact that one of the types of data we have is numbers and the other is categories of things (the types of minibeasts) J

Lunch.

 

Guided Reading.

 

Lesson 3 - Music/PE - No Zoom

Class teachers have PPA (planning and preparation).

 

PE

20 Fun physical education games | PE GAMES | physed games - YouTube

 

We have been learning about Striking and Fielding in School. If you can do anything related to catching and throwing to family members using underarm and overarm, this will be fantastic. If you are able to practise hitting a ball to a target this would also be super! If not, please click on the link above for some very fun games that you could do at home with little brothers or sisters using household items rather than balls. E.g. Game 3 on the video - how many teddies or toys can you pick up whilst laying down and put them in your washing basket?

 

This will be available for Tuesday PM and Wednesday.

 

Music

Music Challenge - In Music, we have been practising our Leavers Song. Can children practise this song and send us a video on Dojo, we would love to hear and see what you got up to.

Challenge: Can you then add any musical instruments or make music with household objects that are in time/the same beat?

File attached below.

 

Music - Leaver's Song

Wednesday

Phonics - discussing -ful -less. Applying it to a chosen activity below or on Education City.

Lesson 1 - Maths. Please have a break in-between sessions.

Class Teacher Input of Bar Charts and how to create them on Zoom.

 

Main:

Answering Interpreting Pictograms questions. (Find on school website under Wednesday’s resources).

 Maybe make a visual of what the key vocabulary means and then children can get on with this activity on their own as they have practised it in the starter ß from today’s lesson.

Resources under Wednesday on school website – again, don’t print it out as long as children can see it, they can answer the questions.

 

Other choices for activities:

If your child would like to – create their own e-Pictogram using the PowerPoint under Wednesday’s resources. They need to practise using copy and paste to do this J

 

OR use the tally you made from Monday to create a hand-drawn pictogram using the template under Wednesday’s lesson.

 

They could collect data from their friends, from family, cousins, aunties, grandparents on FaceTime OR look at the different colours of car/types of transport they spot and do a transport pictogram.

 

Break

 

Lesson 2 - P.E 

 

 

20 Fun physical education games | PE GAMES | physed games - YouTube

 

We have been learning about Striking and Fielding in School. If you can do anything related to catching and throwing to family members using underarm and overarm, this will be fantastic. If you are able to practise hitting a ball to a target this would also be super! If not, please click on the link above for some very fun games that you could do at home with little brothers or sisters using household items rather than balls. E.g. Game 3 on the video - how many teddies or toys can you pick up whilst laying down and put them in your washing basket?

 

This will be available for Tuesday PM and Wednesday.

 

Lunch.

 

Guided Reading.

 

Lesson 3 - D&T (Design and Technology). Please bring in your ideas to school. This is a project we will be working on throughout the rest of the Term 6.

 

Recapping Jack and the Beanstalk (PPT below). We will look at different mechanisms and ways to make things pop up - videos as a reminder below.

 

Task 1

Try out some different pop up techniques as shown.  Use scrap paper or card. This is just to have a go and you do not need to make your book. Can you find any of your own pop up ideas?

**Please check with an adult before using scissors in your house.**

 

Task 2

What parts of the story could pop up? Draw some things that you might want to pop up in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

 

Wednesday - DT Mechanisms

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Pop up 2.mp4

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Pop up 3.mp4

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Flaps.mp4

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Thursday

Phonics - discussing -ness -ment. Applying it to a chosen activity below or on Education City.

Lesson 1 and 2 - English

Break in-between sessions please.

 

Starter: Class teacher input on zoom. An oral retelling of the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and a modelled drawing of a plan for the middle of the story (continued from last week) Class teacher will also model writing the first few sentences for the middle of the story. 

 

Main Activity: Children will draw the middle of the story ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ adding in additional sentences for detail and ambitious vocabulary. The middle will include where Jack goes up the beanstalk, when he meets the giant, takes the golden egg and races back down the beanstalk. Focus on trying to include possessive apostrophes and the 4 different sentence types (exclamatory, commands, statements and questions) More information can be found here: Types of sentences - Year 1 - P2 - English - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize and How to use possessive apostrophes - BBC Bitesize

 

Plenary: Encourage your child to read their plans aloud. 

 

Once complete children can write the middle of the story. 

 

If you can't access Zoom for whatever reason, please use the picture plan uploaded below so your child can complete their own writing at home.

 

Lunch.

 

Guided Reading.

 

Lesson 3 - Athlete Visit

Frederick Afrifa - Sports for Schools

 

Friday

Phonics - discussing -ness -ment. Applying it to a chosen activity below or on Education City. Please don't print out the Bingo make, I would cut out pieces of paper and make my own. It's just there for ideas!

 

Lesson 1 and 2 - English

Break in-between sessions please.

 

Starter: Class teacher input on zoom. An oral retelling of the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and a modelled drawing of a plan for the end of the story. Class teacher will also model writing the first few sentences for the end of the story. 

 

Main Activity: Children will draw the end of the story adding in additional sentences for detail and ambitious vocabulary. The end part will include where he chops down the beanstalk, the giant tumbles to the ground and how they live happily ever after.  Focus again, on trying to include possessive apostrophes and the 4 different sentence types (exclamatory, commands, statements and questions) More information can be found here: Types of sentences - Year 1 - P2 - English - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize and How to use possessive apostrophes - BBC Bitesize

 

Plenary: Encourage your child to read their plans aloud. 

 

Once complete children can write the end of the story.

 

If you can't access Zoom for whatever reason, please use the picture plan uploaded below so your child can complete their own writing at home.

 

Lunch.

 

Guided Reading.

 

Lesson 3 - Golden Time for children to choose an activity or game they enjoy.

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