Y1 Learning This Week

Please find below the learning for the week commencing 18th October 2021

 

1. Phonics

2. English

3. Maths

4. Topic

 

1. Phonics

We are using Floppy’s Phonics to learn some new sounds and the code (letters) they are spelt with and also recapping some of the sounds we already know and their code (letters).

Later we will be learning new ways to spell sounds we already know. For example, the sound /ai/ has the code ai, ay, a, a-e.

 

To access the Floppy’s Phonics lesson you will need your Oxford Owl login which you will find in your school diary. Then go to Floppy’s Phonics Extra Practice Zone. Scroll down to find the right number book you need to work on.

There is a “Phonics worksheet explained” document detailing how to complete the daily worksheet.

 

We are also learning to read some tricky words, a list of these can be found in your Home School Diary.

Here are some songs all about the words we cannot sound out, and have to learn by sight.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvMyssfAUx0 Phase 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY Phase 3

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when - YouTube Phase 4

You can also practise segmenting/robot talking words. https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLm2RM2K7CuCSfq278KRAJYGjq29ngs03M&time_continue=179&v=9GPbrJZge3g&feature=emb_logo

Have a go at reading some CVC words and matching them to the pictures with this free game on Phonics Play

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/pick-a-picture

 

Lesson 1 – Recapping ee and learning the new code for this sound ea (Oxford Owl book 21)

Read the words, click the speakers to hear words containing the sound. Click the Floppy and Chip icon for reading and spelling activities.

There is a PDF sheet to complete as well as a poster to make.

 

Lesson 2 – Recapping igh and learning the new code for this sound ie (Oxford Owl book 21)

Read the words, click the speakers to hear words containing the sound. Click the Floppy and Chip icon for reading and spelling activities.

There is a PDF sheet to complete as well as a poster to make.

 

Lesson 3 – Recapping oa and learning the new code for this sound ow  (Oxford Owl book 22)

Read the words, click the speakers to hear words containing the sound. Click the Floppy and Chip icon for reading and spelling activities.

There is a PDF sheet to complete as well as a poster to make.

 

Lesson 4 –  Recapping ue and learning the new code for this sound ew (Oxford Owl book 22)

Read the words, click the speakers to hear words containing the sound. Click the Floppy and Chip icon for reading and spelling activities.

There is a PDF sheet to complete as well as a poster to make.

 

 

 

2. English

Use the PDF link of the text map below to retell out talking story ‘Monkey Puzzle’.  

Lesson 1 – Can you write some sentences about the characters in the story and use the suffix “ed”. For example-

The Monkey jumped and jumped and jumped on the bed.

The Monkey pushed and pushed and pushed the tree.

The Monkey splashed and splashed and splashed in the puddle.

 

Lesson 2 – Can you write the start of the story? There is a text map to help you remember what to write.

“One day Little Monkey lost his mum.

Luckily Blue Butterfly fluttered by.

So they looked and looked and looked.”

 

 

3. Maths

Lesson 1 –  Addition symbol Aut1.5.5 - Addition symbol on Vimeo and PDF link to worksheet

Lesson 2 –  Addition fact families Aut1.6.1 - Fact families - addition facts on Vimeo and PDF link to worksheet

Lesson 3  -  Addition number bonds within 10 Aut1.6.2 - Find number bonds for numbers within 10 on Vimeo and PDF link to worksheet

Lesson 4 –  Systematic Number bonds within 10 Aut1.6.3 - Systematic number bonds on Vimeo and PDF link to worksheet

 

 

4. Topic

Lesson 1 - Can you label the parts of the body?

If you have any post it notes you could write the names of the parts of the body and stick them to a family member.

BBC Learning - Parts of the Human Body - YouTube

 

Lesson 2 - What different types of materials can you find in your house? Can you find anything made of paper, rock, plastic, fabric, metal, glass etc? Talk to an adult about what you have found.

Which material do we use? - BBC Bitesize

Materials And Their Properties - YouTube

ComeOutsideTV - YouTube There are also videos on wood, paper, wool (woolly jumper), clay, and bricks in the Come Outside series.