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Tall Oaks from Little Acorns Grow

Healing Multi-Academy Trust

Class 2

Welcome to Class 2!

Here are some  ideas that you could have a look at over the next week.  I will keep updating daily, so watch this page.  Don't forget to let me know what you're doing.  I'd love to see it.

Y1 @woodlands.academy

 

 

Woodlands Academy- Home Learning timetable

Year 1

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

Maths


 

Number bonds to 10.  Collect 10 objects and look at how they can be placed into two groups. Here is an idea.

 

How many more fish are needed to make 10?

How many more triangles are needed to make 10 ?

How many more stars to make 10 ?

How many more bananas to make 10 ?

 

Can you write the number stories to go with them ?

6+4=10.

 

Now, use the 10  objects that you have collected and put them into two groups.  Record the number sentence.



 

https://www.ictgames.com/saveTheWhale/index.html

 

Play the game on the link below.  Find the matching pipes to make 10 and then click on the wheel to see if you free the whale.


 

Addition to 20.

 

Use a number line.   Remember to put the larger number first and then count on the second number.

 

 

 

 

 

Challenge:

 

Can you think of your own missing number calculations ?


 

Addition and subtraction to 20 using a number line.

 

 

 

Now have a look at these missing number calculations.  Do you need to add or subtract ?  

 

Challenge:

Can you write some calculations on your own ?  Do some adding.  Do some subtracting.




 

 


 

Learn to tell the time of o’clock.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TA5z_DE204

 

Watch the clip and look at the hands on the clock to tell the time.

 

 

 

 

 

Play the game

What time is it Mr Wolf ?


 

Counting in 2’s

Multiples of 2.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ

Watch clip.  Go over counting in 2’s.

Colour in 2’s numbers on the 100 square.  Can you see the pattern ?





 

 

Write number sentences to go with each calculation.

1x2=2

2x2=4

3x2=6

 

The ‘x’ sign means groups of

1 group of 2 is 2

2 groups of 2 are 4

3 groups of 2 are 6

 

Carry on the number sentences to 20.

 

Reading

Phonics 

Phonics Play (log in - march20 and password home)

Play the game Picnic on Pluto phase 4 and phase 5.

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/picnic-on-pluto

 

Comprehension sheet

 

 

 

 


 

Phonics 

Phonics Play (log in - march20 and password home).  Play the Dragon’s Den game  for phases 4 and 5.

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/dragons-den



 

Comprehension sheet

 

 

 


 

Phonics

 Phonics Play (log in - march20 and password home). Play Buried Treasure game for phase 4 and 5.

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/buried-treasure

Comprehension Sheet

 

 

 

 

Phonics

Phonics Play (log in - march20 and password home). Play

Tricky Trucks activity

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/tricky-word-trucks 

 

Spelling of Tricky words:

 

there

where

love

come 

some

 

Put the words into a sentence.

Phonics

Phonics Play (log in - march20 and password home). Play

Tricky Trucks activity

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/tricky-word-trucks 

 

Spelling of Tricky words:

one

once

ask

friend

school

 

Put the words into a sentence.


 
 

Writing

Draw a picture of yourself.  Think of sentences that you can say about yourself.  Use capital letters and full stops to write sentences about yourself.  Remember to use an adjective - that is a describing word

beautiful eyes, clean teeth, curly hair, brown shoes.

Remember to use spaces between your words.





 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu9capmEY5I

 

Read through the book ‘Only one you’.   Talk about the story.

Write sentences about what you can do and what is amazing around you.  Think about your senses - seeing, touching, hearing, smelling, tasting.   

 

I can smell the cake baking in the oven and it makes me feel hungry.

 

I can listen to the sound of the birds singing and it makes me feel calm.

 

Use capital letters and full stops in the sentences and remember to use spaces between the words.  Can you use ‘and’ to join your sentences ?


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWgTqLCLE8k

 

Watch the clip of the Trolls movie and think about what the characters are doing in the story.   Talk about what happens in the clip.  Write sentences to retell what has happened in the clip.

 

Add adjectives to your sentences to make them better.

 

The trolls are dancing on the table.  

The people are watching the trolls dancing.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwAQvHBCY2M

 

Write a list of things about yourself.  Write a list of things about your favourite friend.  what is the same ?  What is different ?


 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwAQvHBCY2M

 

Write sentences about your fish.  Can you write a simple story about your fish?

 

What happens in the beginning ?

What happens in the middle ?

What happens at the end of the story ?


 
 

Project

PHSE - Washing hands.  Show how to wash hands correctly and think about reasons why. 

 

PSHE - Look at front cover of the page for the inspirational quotes.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu9capmEY5I

 

Be enthusiastic.

Smiles warm the heart.

Enjoy every day.

Never stop learning.

You can do anything that you set your mind to.

 

Choose one of the quotes or think of any of your own as a group.  Can you do bubble writing and draw a picture to show.  Put the picture in your window and it might help other people to feel better.

Draw a picture of yourself.  

Draw your head, body, legs, feet, arms, hands  and fingers.  

Label the main parts of your body.  Label the parts that you have drawn.

Can you label your:

knee ?

shoulder ?

neck?

elbow?

ankle?

 

 

Think about being kind to other people around you.  Write a list of the things that you could do to show you are being kind.

Make your own fish.  Draw a fish shape and colour it in to make it different from all of the others. Think about the colours and the patterns that you could you to make your fish different.

Remember that lots of things are different.  

 

PE Activity

Joe Wicks  daily workout- 9.30 am You Tube

 

Outdoor time - draw a hopscotch on the floor.  Throw a stone on a number.  What number did you get ?   What number do you need to make a total of 10?





 

Joe Wicks  daily workout- 9.30 am You Tube

 

Thinking about our body.  sing songs about the body.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4eueDYPTIg

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjJONLPzGfY

 

Watch the clips and do the actions related.

Joe Wicks  daily workout- 9.30 am You Tube

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWgTqLCLE8k

 

Watch clip from Trolls movie and put dance moves to the clip to tell the story.

Joe Wicks  daily workout- 9.30 am You Tube

Joe Wicks  daily workout- 9.30 am You Tube

22.5.20

Maths

Can I compare mass? 

Are bigger objects always heavier than small objects?

Find 5 items or toys and put them in order of what is heaviest to the lightest. 

Use scales to check your answers. 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

Recap money from the previous week. Can you workout the change when buying items?

 

Reading

Choose a non-fiction text from: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page


What information can you find out?

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/reading-robot

 

Can you write the words and put the sound buttons on the words?

 

Writing

 Can you write a diary?

What have you done each day this week?

Use the correct spellings for the days of the week.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday 

Friday

Tell me what you have been doing and how it made you feel.

 

Practical phonics

21.5.20

Maths

 Can you show addition and subtraction?

Can I show fact families?

 

Find a number on the hundred square or let your adult choose one.

Can you make that number using addition?

Can you show the fact families of the equation?

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

 Can you find any nouns in your book?

 

A noun is a person, place or thing.

 

Make a list of what you find in your book.

 

Writing

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFhJrLVu3T0

 

Can you describe stickman and his family?

 

What is the story about? 

 

How does the story make you feel?

 

Can you write a book report about the story?

English

20.5.20

Maths

Find above

Can you find 3D shapes?

 

 What shapes can you think of? 

Can you draw them?

What are their names?

How many of these shapes can you find in your house?

Can you make a table and record your findings?

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

Read one page of your book. 

Then predict what will happen next. 

When you have finished read the rest of the book how close were you?

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/reading-robot

 

Can you write the words and put the sound buttons on the words?

 

Writing

Can you use your spellings?

mind

floor

because

kind 

behind

whole 

any 

child

Can you practice your spelling?

Can you use the words in a sentence?

19.5.20

Maths

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/addition/robot-addition

Can you use a hundred square? 

How well do you know your numbers to 100? 

 

Use the hundred square to: 

• Count forwards from 16 to 24

• Count backwards from 78 to 65

• Write down the numbers between 67 and 85 • 

Find what number comes between 57 and 59

Can you count in twos between 50 and 70?

If counting in 2s from 64 will I say the number 69?

 

Reading

 

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

Where is your story set? 

Can you describe where the story is set? 

Draw or write about the setting of the story. 

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/3/picnic-on-pluto

 

Writing

Can you write instructions? 

 

Can you cook with your adult and make some food?

 

What did you need to make it? make a list of ingredients. 

 

Use time connectives to list your instructions. 

First

Next 

Then 

Finally

18.5.20

Maths

 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/coconut-ordering

Can you count in 2s?

Can you start at zero and count to 24?

Can you do it backwards?

Can you write out the equations for the 2 times tables?

 

If you start on the number 34 and count in 2s will you say the number 42? How many jumps in two did you make? 

 TTrockstars complete 3 games. 

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

Can you draw me a character from a book you have been reading? What are they like?

What do they look like?

How do they act through the story?

 

 https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/flashcards-speed-trials

 

Writing

Can you write a story?

 

You can retell a story you have read this week or you can come up with a completely new story. It could even be about your favourite film. 

 

But it needs:

A beginning, where you introduce the scene and characters.

A middle, where something goes wrong for the characters.

An end, where the characters solve the problem and win.

15.5.20

Maths

Can you make some number stories with your adult ?

Think of some addition, subtraction and multiplication stories and write the calculation to go with the story.

Mum had 8 cakes and she ate 4 of them. How many did she have left ?

I had 12 sweets and my brother gave me 4 more. How many have I got now ?

There are 5 apples in a bag. I have 3 bags. How many apples have I got ?

Think of some ideas of your own and find out the answers.

 

Reading

Choose a non-fiction text from: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

What information can you find out ?

Make me a poster?

Make a documentary?

 

Writing

What information book did you choose ? What did you find out from the book ?

https://www.oxfordowl.co .uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

Make a list of the information that you have found out.

Lay the information from the book out in a spider diagram.

Can you use it to present a documentary? 

What are the key things we should know about?

How can we get involved? 

How does it affect us now?

 

 

 

 

14.5.20

Maths

Think about ordinal numbers today.

That means … First, second, third, fourth, fifth… What number can you go up to ?

Get some of your toys and put them in a line.

 Write a label for where the toy is in the queue.

Write the word and the numeral.

First 1st Second 2nd Take a photo of your toys in a line with their labels.

Have a look at this clip to help out. https://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=h_3AI-qNBlE

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co .uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

Where does the story take place ?

This is called the setting.

Can you think of any adjectives to describe the setting ?

writing

Imagine that you are going on a trip on a spaceship.

Write a list of the ten things that you would take with you.

Why have you chosen those things?

What would they be used for? 

How might they help you in space?

 

Remember to use 'because' if you want a challenge.

13.5.20

Maths

Picture above

Draw the things in the picture onto a piece of paper.

Can you add some other pictures onto the paper ?

Remember the position words. Draw a cat next to the tree. Draw a boy on the slide. Draw a bird above the cloud. Draw a bird above the tree. Draw a dog underneath the slide. Draw a girl next to the flower

Can you think of any other things to add to the picture and can you use the position words to describe where they are ?

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co .uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

What are the characters in the story ?

What do you know about the characters ?

 

Writing

Make a sandwich for your adult for their lunch.

Make a cold drink to go with it, too.

Write some instructions about how you made the lunch.

Draw pictures to show what you did.

First, I got a plate out of the cupboard.

Then I put two slices of bread on the plate.

What comes next ?

 

12.5.20

Maths

Have a look for some coins that you might find around the house.

What coins have you found ? Which coin is the most ? Which coin is the least?

Can you find out how much money you have altogether ?

Have a look at the game https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shopmoney Look through the different options and if you find it easy, try a harder level.

 

Reading

Choose a non-fiction text from: https://www.oxfordowl.co .uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

What information can you find out ?

Can you make a poster about your book?

Imagine you are trying to sell the book to other people, what would interest them?

 

Writing 

Imagine that you are going to the shop.

Write a shopping list of all of the things that you will need to buy.

Use bullet points in your list.

Here’s my shopping list:

Shopping List

 apples

 potatoes

 bananas

 crisps

 bread

 crackers

 orange juice

After your list:

Can you tell me why?

 For example: We need apples because they are healthy and taste lovely.

11.5.20

Maths

Can you think about how you can share things between people ?
Can you get a packet of sweets and share them between you and an adult ? Did you get the same each ? Were there any left ?
Have a think of other things that you could share between people ?
Can you open a packet of biscuits? Share them out. How many did you get each ?
Draw a picture to show how many each person got.
Have a look at the game and see if you can share the biscuits between the dogs. Remember what the word ‘equal’ means.
https://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/dogs/

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page
Lots of e books with links to
our school reading scheme.
Email if you would like to
know which level to be
working on.
Y1@woodlands.academy

 

Writing

Go with your adult for a walk or ride your bike as your exercise for the day, just around the local area.
Have a think about the things that you have seen on your way round. When you get back home, write about what you have seen. If you can’t go out of the house, have a look out of your window and write about what you can see. Look up in the sky, listen to what you can hear…

 

One lovely May morning, I went for a walk and I saw…..

Maths

Link above

Can you tell the time to o’clock and half past?

Which hand is the minute hand?

How do you know it is the minute hand?

How many minutes are in an hour?

How many seconds in a minute?

 

Reading

Choose a non-fiction text from:

https://www.oxford owl.co.uk/for-home/finda-book/library-page

What information can you find out?

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/reading-robot

Can you write the words and put the sound buttons on the words?

 

Writing

Can you write a story? You can retell a story you have read this week or you can come up with a completely new story.

It could even be about your favourite film. But it needs:

A beginning, were you introduce the scene and characters.

A middle, were something goes wrong for the characters.

An end, were the characters solve the problem and win.

Maths

Can you show addition and subtraction?

True or false?

There are double the amounts of numbers bonds to make 20 than there are number bonds to make 10 Prove it – can you use a systematic approach?

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

Can you find any nouns in your book?

A noun is a person, place or thing. Make a list of what you find in your book.

 

Writing

Can you find and name nouns?

Use post it notes and label the nouns you have in your house.

Remember the people because a noun is person, place or thing.

Can you write them in your book and use adjectives? For example; The chair is old.

Which word is my noun?

 

Maths

Can you find 2D shapes?

What shapes can you think of?

Can you draw them?

What are their names?

How many edges does your shape have?

How many corners does your shape have?

What are the differences between your shapes?

What is the difference between a square and a rectangle?

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co. uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

Read one page of your book. Then predict what will happen next.

When you have finished read the rest of the book how close were you?

 

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/reading-robot

Can you write the words and put the sound buttons on the words?

 

Writing

Can you use verbs?

Joe Wicks has been doing PE lessons each morning.

I want you to design me a workout for the class to do while we are at home.

For example: Do press ups for 30 seconds. Rest and have a drink. Sit on the floor and touch your toes.

Challenge Underline the verbs you have used.

Maths

Can you use a hundred square?

How well do you know your numbers to 100? Use the hundred square to:

• Count forwards from 80 to 92

• Count backwards from 73 to 65

• Write down the numbers between 75 and 81

• Find what number comes between 46 and 48

Correct the mistake in each sequence.

• 34, 35, 36, 38, 39

• 98, 97, 96, 95, 93

• 78, 79, 18, 81, 82

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

Where is your story set?

Can you describe where the story is set?

Draw or write about the setting of the story.

https://new.phonicsplay.co .uk/resources/phase/3/pi cnic-on-pluto

 

Writing

Can you describe the scene of a story?

https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=s8sUPpPc8Ws

Once again listen to and watch the story.

Where is the story set?

What adjectives could you use to describe the scene?

At least 10 sentences about the scene.

Challenge

Can you use a simile?

Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/addition/robot-addition

 

Can you make halves and quarters? 

Can pupils fold the square paper in half?

Can pupils make a horizontal/vertical fold?

Can pupils see the diagonal fold?

 

Reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

Can you draw me a character from a book you have been reading? What are they like?

What do they look like?

How do they act through the story?

 

 https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/flashcards-speed-trials

 

Writing

Can you write questions?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8sUPpPc8Ws

 

Listen to the story of the Gruffalo.

What questions could you ask the mouse or the Gruffalo?

How might they answer them?

 

Use; where, who, what, how, did, how.

 

Don’t forget the question mark.       ?

 

Comparing weight

Maths

Have a look at some of the tins and boxes in your cupboard. Can you find out which is the heaviest ? Can you put the tins in order? Which is the heaviest? Which is the lightest ?

 

Reading

Choose a non-fiction text from: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page

What information can you find out ?

Can you make a poster about your book?

 

Writing

Use the information that you found out yesterday and make it into an information book.

Remember to make a front cover and give it a title

Maths

TTrockstars. Can you improve your scores ?

Can you use a number line to help when adding or subtracting ?

Draw a number line and show how it can help you to work out the answers.

13-5=

16-2=

21+7=

23+6=

13-9=

31+9=

14+9=

16-8=

 

Reading

Phonics Play – Pick a Picture

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ for-home/find-a-book/librarypage Lots of e books with links to our school reading scheme.

Email if you would like to know which level to be working on. Y1@woodlands.academy

Can you write me a Book report on the book you have been reading?

 

Writing

Can you find out lots of information about an animal ? Choose one that is bit unusual. Use the link to find a book to see if this can help you. https://www.oxfordowl.c o.uk/for-home/find-abook/library-page Make a list of the things that you have found out.

Maths Mastery Questions-

Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/blast-off

Recognise numbers to 100.

Can you compare more and less?

Can you put the numbers on each of the blast offs into order ?

Can you do smallest to greatest ?

Can you do greatest to smallest ?

 

Reading 

Phonics play – Grab a Giggling Grapheme

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/librarypage

Lots of e books with links to our school reading scheme.

Email if you would like to know which level to be working on. Y1@woodlands.academy

 

Writing

Look out of your window and write about what you can see. Use the word ‘and’ in your sentence.

I can see the tree and it is blowing in the wind. There are birds in the sly and they are flying around. The dog is barking and it is very loud.

New words for the week.

has

his

is

my 

have

beautiful

could 

behind

friend

children

Maths

Can you find the tens and the ones of a number?

How many tens and ones do the following numbers have?

42

47

19

8

36

39

88

Can you draw the numbers in your books and show me which parts are tens and which parts are ones? Do some more with some numbers that you have chosen yourself.

 

Reading

Phonics play – play the pirate treasure game. Think about the real and alien words.

Share a book with an adult. Talk about what happens in the book. Who are the characters ? Where does the story take place ?

 

English

Can you write an acrostic poem ?

Choose a word and write sentences that start with each letter of the word.

Sunshine in the sky

Petals on the flowers

Rabbits in the field

I like the springtime

Nice to see

Green things everywhere

Woodlands Academy- Home Learning timetable

Year 1

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

Maths

 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/helicopter-rescue

 

Have a look at the numbers up to 100.  Listen to the numbers and highlight the number on the grid.  Does the helicopter rescue the man ?

 

Practice counting to 100. 

Can you write the numbers to 100 ?

 

 

Can you find the tens and the ones of a number?

 

How many tens and ones do the following numbers have?

42

47

19

  8

36

39

88

Can you draw the numbers in your books and show me which parts are tens and which parts are ones?

Do some more with some numbers that you have chosen yourself.

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/blast-off

 

Recognise numbers to 100.

Can you compare more and less?

Can you put the numbers on each of the blast offs into order ?

Can you do smallest to greatest ?

Can you do greatest to smallest ?

 

 

 

 

TTrockstars. Can you improve your scores ?

 

Can you use a number line to help when adding or subtracting ?

 

Draw a number line and show how it can help you to work out the answers.

 

 

13-5=            16-2=

21+7=           23+6=

13-9=            31+9=

14+9=            16-8=

 

 

Have a look at some of the tins and boxes in your cupboard.  Can you find out which is the heaviest ?

Can you put the tins in order?

Which is the heaviest?


Which is the lightest ?

 

 

 

Reading

Phonics play- play the Tricky Trucks game.  How quickly can you read through the words?  Have a go at reading the words again and see if you can beat your score. 

 

Start at phase 1 and work through the phases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phonics play – play the pirate treasure game.  Think about the real and alien words.

 

Share a book with an adult.  Talk about what happens in the book.

Who are the characters ?

Where does the story take place ?

Phonics play – Grab a Giggling Grapheme

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

Lots of e books with links to our school reading scheme.  Email if you would like to know which level to be working on.

Y1@woodlands.academy

Phonics Play – Pick a Picture

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

 

Lots of e books with links to our school reading scheme.  Email if you would like to know which level to be working on.

Y1@woodlands.academy

 

 

Choose a non-fiction text from: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page


What information can you find out ?

 

 

 

Writing

Choose one of your favourite toys and tell me about it.  Can you use the word ‘because’ in your sentences ?

 

My favourite toy is my red car because it has shiny wheels and I can push it very fast.

Can you write an acrostic poem ?

 

Choose a word and write sentences that start with each letter of the word.

Sunshine in the sky

Petals on the flowers

Rabbits in the field

I like the springtime

Nice to see

Green things everywhere

 Look out of your window and write about what you can see.  Use the word ‘and’ in your sentence.

 

I can see the tree and it is blowing in the wind.  There are birds in the sly and they are flying around.  The dog is barking and it is very loud.

 

 Can you find out lots of information about an animal ?  Choose one that is bit unusual.  Use the link to find a book to see if this can help you. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page

Make a list of the things that you have found out.

 

 Use the information that you found out yesterday and make it into an information book.

Remember to make  a front cover and give it a title

 

Project

Art

Can you draw a spring picture?  Show us new plants growing, blossom on the trees, spring lambs, birds in nests.  Think about what others things could go on there.

Science

Think about how animals change.  Do you know what frogspawn is ?  Can you use your tablet to find out about how it changes and what it changes into ?

Can you draw a picture of the different changes ?

 

History

Our key workers are doing fantastic jobs in helping to care for people.

 

Can you find out about the life of a famous person who lived a long time ago?

 

Florence Nightingale

Mary Secole

 

What did they do and how did they help people ?

 

 

 

 

PSHE

Create a poster to show ways that you could help  others. 

 

 

 

RE

Can you draw a picture of the things that are special to you?  Write a sentence to say why they are special.

 

PE Activity

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi1qIeU_y6c

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnO-lGEMOXk

https://www.cosmickids.com/category/watch/

https://www.cosmickids.com/category/watch/

https://www.cosmickids.com/category/watch

Reading

English

Write a diary of your week On Monday I…

On Tuesday I…

Have a go at spelling the days of the week.

If you’re not too sure, practise writing these.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Reading Challenge/ Phonics play online. Username: march20 Password: home

Find 2D shapes. Write a list of the things that you have found. What did you find the most of ? https://www.topmarks.co. uk/ordering-andsequencing/shapepatterns. Have a go at the activity. Can you carry on the patterns ? Can you use TTrockstars?

Reading challenge

Reading 

 

Phonics play online. Username: march20 Password: home

 

Go on a walk around your house. Can you think of adjectives to describe the things that you can see? Here’s an idea from my house… a big, golden dog a sunny window a brown sofa What can you think of?

 

English

Go on a treasure hunt around your house.

Find things that start with

s c m h b t w.

Can you write a list of all of the things that you can find?

Can you look around your house and compare objects that you find? What is longer ? What is shorter ? Can you find objects that are the same size?

Maths

Can you write numbers to 20 ? Play a game. Write the numbers to 20. Can you jumble them up?

Can you put them back in the right order ?

 

Reading 

Phonics play online. Username: march20 Password: home

Read and write the common exception words.

Can you use the common exception words in a sentence?

has

our

they

there

once

 

English

Can you write a letter to your teacher to let them know what you’re doing ?

Dear Mr Dickson… Ask your adults to put it on the class email and we can send you a letter back.

Y1@woodlands.academy

21.4.20- Reading

Maths

Ordering numbers - different activities up to 10, up to 20 etc. Have a look at the site and have a go at the different activities. https://www.topmarks.co. uk/ordering-and-sequencing/coconut-ordering

 

Reading

Phonics play online. Username: march20 Password: home Watch You tube clipSupertato. https://www.youtube.co m/watch?v=S7McKM0afA Q

 

English

Can you write your own Supertato story? What does Evil pea do with the veggies? How does Supertato save them ? Draw pictures to illustrate the story.

Maths

Counting in groups of 10
NumberBlocks on You tube -Counting in 10’s.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4f4IRtMcKA
Practise writing your numbers to 20. Make sure they are the right way round.
TTrockstars

 

Reading

Phonics play online.
Username: march20
Password: home
Reading of common exception words
Phase 3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY
Phase 4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NOzgR1ANc4

 

English- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXxKz_IN3J0

In our story, Stanley was eaten by a whale, a seagull and a turtle. Can you think about another sea creature that could have swallowed Stanley ? What swallowed Stanley and how did it get out ?
Can you write your story ?
Draw pictures to illustrate.

Can you use adjectives to describe what you can see?

How many ways can you make the number 18?

+-x

 

Can you count back on a numberline when subtracting? 

 

Prove the following by drawing your own number lines.

 

14-3=           19-8=

21-4=           12-8=

36-5=           32-5=

23-10=         15-15=

Can you count in 10s? 

TTrockstars. 

 

Can you count on from a number when adding? 

 

Prove the following by drawing your own number lines.

 

13+5=            16+2=

21+7=            23+5=

13+9=            31+6=

24+9=            16+8=

Practise this week’s spellings. 

 

Can you make your grown up dinner? 

 

Write instructions about how you made their dinner. 

 

Spellings

are

were

was

door 

floor 

poor 

hold

gold

told

Write a spring poem.

List some words to describe Spring and then create a poem using a mixture of just words, some phrases and some sentences. How does it make you feel?

Can you compare number using more and less?

31.3.20- English

Can you write a letter to your teachers?

 

Can you tell them about all the things you have done while learning at home?

31.3.20- Reading

31.3.20- Maths

Can you count in 2s ? What things in your house come in pairs? Can you count them in 2’s?

TTrockstars

 

Can you find the tens and the ones of a number? How many tens and ones do the following numbers have?

23 45 12 4 27 33 39

Can you draw the numbers in your books and show me which parts are tens and which parts are ones?

30.3.20- English- Can you tell me what happens in the video?

 

https://www.literacyshed.com/girlandrobot.html

30.3.20 Maths

What questions would you ask an alien?

27.3.20 Maths (Can you make your own word problems?)

Spelling words 26.3.20

where

some

come

house

our

pull

full

once

one

friend

Maths 26.3.20

25.3.20

Task for today.  Can you practice writing these words ?

 

the

do

to

today

of

said

says

are 

were

was 

his

is

has

 

Can you write a sentence with each of these words in it ?

She has a red dress.

The rabbit is munching the grass in the field.

Counting to 40

Children love going on the Phonics Play website at school.  It provides lots of great and fun activities that support the children with their phonics.  During this time, whilst children are working from home, the site is available without needing to subscribe:

Username:  march20

Password:  home

There are lots of games where children are able to sound out words, as well as games for children to read high fluency words in a fun way.

Home learning timetable

Our wonderful World Book Day costumes

Our amazing new book- Somebody Swallowed Stanley

Our Electric Circuit. 

This week the children have worked in teams to try and make electric circuits. The children were great at communicating and working together. 

Our whale facts-

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Our Maths from this week. The children have been amazing find the fact families for these equations.

This was an amazing start to our new project. The children were left clues that took us on an amazing adventure around the school. We then found a magic pirate map that lead us to some amazing treasure.

This week in Maths we have looked at shapes and making patterns. The children have been looking at finding what shape or object could come next in a pattern. Can they find any patterns outside of school?

We had lots of creative fun during our History days this week. The children loved making their shields and torches. I would like to thank the parents that were able to come in. We have also shared a medieval banquet with Year 2 and this was a great chance to share our learning with our friends. Thank you.

This week the children helped decorate our class Christmas tree. We took it in turns to put things on the tree and talk about our week.

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This week the children have been working on numbers to 20. We have been counting, writing and ordering these numbers. We will soon be moving onto addition to 20 so this foundation is key to their learning. 

 

In Project we have been looking at Vincent Van Gogh, his fabulous art work and interesting life.  

This aboriginal art was spot on.

Baking- In English this week we baked some cakes and then we wrote the instructions.

Finding the inverse of the equation.

Class 2's Pumpkin carving instructions

Pumpkin carving

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The children helped give instructions on how to carve a pumpkin.

Muck, Mess and Mixture project launch

Can I make a number story?

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Can I complete number sentences?

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A child talking through our Maths this week. The child has partitioned the whole number of 7 into two parts. The parts are 2 and 5 and the child has put the parts into a number sentence. 2+5=7

Maths No Problem 7.10.19

Our maths this week 4.10.19

Phonics help

Spellings Test on 4.10.19

the 

a

do

to 

today

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Building our Tudor houses.

Look at our superhero training. 
Superhero!!!
Welcome back after half term. We are very excited to be looking at superheroes this term. It was great to see all of the pupils dressed up for our project launch. We had a great treasure hunt looking for our superheroes in our outdoor classroom. 

Phonics screening support.

Class 2 would like to thank all those who came to support our pupils. We looked at the work of Andy Goldsworthy and tried to recreate some of his art work. Here are some of our sculptures. 
Welcome back to Class 2, we are looking forward to having an exciting spring 2 half term. During this half term we will be learning about the Enchanted Woodlands. As a year group we have visit The Classroom in The Woods, during which time the children learnt a wide range of outdoor skills. 

Classroom in The Woods

Welcome back to Class 2 after the festive holidays. 

 

In this first week we have been doing lots of exciting learning. We found an alien spaceship in our classroom and the pupils have investigated the properties of the items the alien has left behind for us. In our Maths we are working on numbers to twenty the children have been exploring easier methods to count these and how to write the words for the numbers.

Class 2's alien

Autumn 2

This half term our project is called 'Memory Box.' The children will be looking at objects from the past and what they were like as babies and young children. At the end of the project, the children will be creating a memory box.

Christmas

 

We performed our Christmas concert 'Christmas Counts' on Tuesday 11th and 12th December. All the children were amazing and sang the songs beautifully. Thank you for all the parents who came and supported the performances.

 

On Friday, those children who had read 50 times or more took part in the Reading Challenge afternoon and watched a film- Gnome Alone.

 

This week, Wednesday 19th is Christmas jumper day and Thursday 20th is the Christmas party. The children finish school at 2pm.

Week Three- 12th November 2018

 

The spellings for this week are:

name

tune

huge

star

park

you

 

Thank you to all of those parents who are support their children with their memory box homework.

This week children need to bring their favourite teddy into school. We will take a photo of the teddy and then children will bring it home with them. Thank you to everyone who has already brought their teddy in.

 

Our focus in English this half term is to improve our sentence formation, and learn to apply our phonics knowledge. The children are working really hard on improving their sentences and are learning that every sentence needs a capital letter, a full stop, and finger spaces. The children are also using their phonics to sound their words out.

Week Two- 5th November 2018

 

The spellings for this week are:

like

side

dive

joke

those

his

Book Fair

 

On Friday, we got the chance to go and have a look at the book fair that is in school until Wednesday 14th November. The children got a chance to look at all the books and then we all read a story together.

Map Work

 

This week the children have started to look at our local area. We looked at the school on google maps and then we used this map to walk around the school grounds. When we came back into school, we retraced our route and marked this on the map. Next week we are going to go on a walk around the estate.

Visit from Mrs White

 

After our fun project launch last week, the children wanted to find out about what Mrs Wright was like as a baby. So we wrote an email to her mum, Mrs White, to see if she could come in and answer some of our questions. She came to school and spoke to the children. She told them lots of things and showed the children some photos. Mrs White also bought a teddy with her called Soft who is Mrs Wright's favourite teddy from when she was a baby.

 

Week One- 29th October 2018

The spellings for this week are:

mate

rule

cube

jar

farm

is

 

Project Homework

Children will have brought home the homework sheet for this half term. Every week the children have a different piece of homework to bring into school. This work will then be placed in the memory box along with other items.

 

This week children need to draw or paint a picture of their family and write the names for all the people. They could also bring a photo into school. If the photo is a digital copy you can email to kwright@woodlands.academy and I can print it out.

 

Project Launch- Tea and Cake with the parents

 

The children were busy this week preparing for our project launch. The children made rice crispy cakes and iced biscuits in the DT suite. They then thought of some questions that they wanted to ask the adults about what they were like when they were babies and younger children. We all had a lovely afternoon and thank you to everyone who came.

Week Seven- 15th October

 

The spellings for this week are:

five

nine

kite

home

note

are

 

Penny Wars  

 

From Monday 15th we are starting Penny Wars! This is a competition throughout school to see which class can fill their container first. The money is going towards the defibrillator that we are fundraising for. We need to fill our container with 1p and 2p coins which will give us 1 or 2 points. However we can be sabotaged and if a 5p or 10p is placed in our container then we will use 5 or 10 points. So please get as many 1p and 2p coins as you can and lets see if Class 2 can fill their container first and win!

Week Six- 8th October

 

The spellings for this week are:

lay

play

enjoy

take

cake

says

Week Five- 1st October

 

Spellings

 

The spellings for this week (week beginning 1st October) are:

sail

pain

coin

foil

these

today

 

Reading

 

Well done to all the children who achieved the reading challenge last week and got a fab five sticker for their reading. The expectation is that children read at least four times a week. The total number of reads for this term is 50 in order to achieve the reading challenge. Any support that you can give your child with their reading is greatly appreciated.

Attendance

 

Last week we had 100% attendance which means that we get the attendance trophy for the week and the children also get some sweets. The whole class were very excited and proud that we have achieved 100%.

 

Butterfly Hunt

 

Year One went to the outdoor classroom and completed a butterfly hunt. There were a variety of butterflies hidden in the trees. We found the brightly coloured butterflies much easier than the darker butterflies. We talked about camouflage and we found out that this means that animals match to their surroundings. The camouflaged animals are less likely to be eaten by predators.

 

Spellings

 

The spellings for this week (week beginning 24th) are:

say

hay

joy

came

bake

to

Children will come home with the look, cover, write spelling sheet. Please practise the spellings with your child ready for Friday 28th.

Our trip to Jungle Zoo

Parrot
Tortoise
Toucan
Monkey
Meerkats
Goat
Pig
Armadillo
Crocodile
Terrapins
On Friday 7th September, we went on a trip to Jungle Zoo, Cleethorpes. The children really enjoyed our trip and got to see lots of different animals. The lady who showed us around told us lots of interesting facts about the animals- including what they eat and where they live. The children also got the chance to ask any questions that they had.
Children got the opportunity to feel some different animals too. They touched a tortoise called Molly (who is actually a male tortoise), a lizard, a snake and a millipede.

Spellings

 

Here are the spellings for the week beginning Monday 17th September. Children will come home with a look, cover and write sheet so that they can practise the spellings ready for the spelling lesson on a Friday.

 

The spellings are:

rain

laid

oil

boil

even

a

Home Learning Ideas

Here are the home learning ideas for this half term. Please complete two pieces of homework by Friday 19th October.

PE days

 

PE days for our class are Monday and Tuesday.

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