Year 1 Home Learning Activities – Monday 18th May

Year 1 Home Learning Activities – Monday 18th May

Good morning Year One. We hope that you have had a wonderful weekend. Today is the beginning of a whole new week. Can you think of a goal to set for yourself this week? My goal is to finish the book I have started. If you would like to share your goal, leave it in the comments box below.

Let’s get started with today’s activities!

 

PE

Follow the link below to start your day with Joe Wicks

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

Starter

In your home learning book write today’s date

Monday 18th May 2020

Draw a face to show how you are feeling today.

What’s the weather like today? Draw a picture to show the weather.

 

Phonics

Today we are going to practice the Phase 5 sound ie.

Find the page for ie on the Phonics part of Espresso.

Watch the video and complete the reading and sorting grapheme activities.

Read the questions below and write the answers in your home learning book. Read the ie words to somebody in your family.

Click on the link below to play Tell a T-Rex. Click on ie and feed the dinosaur!

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/tellATRex/index.html

 

Maths

Today we are going to be grouping by making equal groups.

You will need the rice from the previous session to help you.

Use the link below to watch the video for Year 1 – Summer Term Week 1 – Lesson 2.

Complete the flashback questions first by saying the answers and then watch the rest about how to make equal groups by grouping.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Here is another video to help you understand grouping before we have a go.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkp-MDhkRic

 

Using the rice, get 10 grains. Can you put the 10 grains of rice in equal groups of 2? How many groups did you make?

Here’s another one –

Get 15 grains of rice. Can you put the 15 grains of rice in equal groups of 5? How many groups did you make?

Share your answers in the comments box below.

Write the short date in your home learning book. 18.05.20

Complete the questions of the link below.

Make equal groups – grouping

 

DT

Today you are making your rocket!

Turn to your design in your home learning book. Did you find all of the materials you needed?

Now you can begin to make.

What are you using to cut?

What are you using to join your materials together?

When you have completed your design, send a photo to admin@st-agnes.manchester.sch.uk or share it to our school Twitter link.

 

If you have already made your rocket you can now evaluate your design.

Remember when we evaluate we talk about what we like and what could we do better next time.

In your home learning book can you write two things that you like about your design and one thing you would change next time to make it better.

You can start your sentences using:

I like….

Next time I will…

 

A story to end with…

7 Comments

  • Abid Posted 18th May 2020 1:36 pm

    Abid has made 5 equal groups of 2.
    3 equal group of 15 grains of rice.

    • b.milner-davey Posted 18th May 2020 4:16 pm

      Well done Abid with your Maths answers! I can see that you meant 3 equal groups of 5 grains of rice would equal 15 🙂

  • Sanjeda Choudhury Posted 18th May 2020 1:53 pm

    Adyan has completed the activities ?
    Maths:
    1. 5 groups
    2. 3 grains of rice in each group of 5

    • b.milner-davey Posted 18th May 2020 4:12 pm

      Well done with your answer for the first question Adyan. For question 2 – If you have 15 grains of rice and put them in equal groups of 5 you should have 3 groups. I think you have made 5 equal groups instead of groups of 5. But well done!

  • Ismaeel Posted 18th May 2020 1:53 pm

    Ismaeel has completed all his homework. Ismaeel has got much better at understanding equal groups

    • Mrs Smith Posted 18th May 2020 4:07 pm

      Well done Ismaeel and thank you to you and your family for working so hard.

    • b.milner-davey Posted 18th May 2020 4:07 pm

      This is great to hear Ismaeel!

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