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Home learning- Please check individual class pages and the learning links tab for useful links to websites and activities to support home learning.
“This is a warm, friendly and welcoming school. The pupils are rightly proud of it. The staff are proud to work at it. The headteacher is proud to lead it.” (Ofsted October 2019)

Year One (Rabbits) Remote Learning

Hello Year One!

We hope you are well. We will be using this as our temporary classroom, for all of our fantastic year one activities.  We will be uploading new work each day, to be completed during the school hours (if possible). Just as you put put 100% effort into your work at school we know you will do the same at home.

Some of the activities we know you will know how to use (probably better than your adults! So why not show off and show them how it’s done).

This is only temporary year 1 and we cannot wait to get things back to normal, but for now this is our how our learning must be! We are so proud of you and how you have handled all these huge changes.

your remote learning will be added for you to work on each day, and will be left up for a week just in case you have activities that you need to complete. We would LOVE for your adults to send us photos or videos of your work, so we can show your friends at home and school the work you have being doing.

 

Stay safe and work hard! 

Happy learning. 

Miss Crawford, Miss Milner, Miss Russell

Please contact  Miss Milner & Miss Crawford if you have any questions. 
Miss Milner - steph.milner@worthvalleyprimary.co.uk 
Miss Crawford - lara.crawford@worthvalleyprimary.co.uk



Wednesday 20th January

PSHE

Can you listen and watch the clip below, once you have watched can you draw a picture and write a sentence of one part of the clip that made you feel happy!

Handwriting

Please can you click on the harder letters section on the left hand side and practice the third group of harder letters ‘b, p, k’ (lowercase).

https://www.letterjoin.co.uk 

Username: lj8943

Password: capital L.(Make the shape of a capital L if you are accessing the site via a tablet or an iPad)

 

Phonics

Please focus on the digraph ‘ir’ today

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

username: Worthvalley

password: Worth@1954

Can you login to the phonicsplay site (the details are above)

Could you play the picnic on pluto game & feed Obb & Bob?

Click start, phase 5 then select the ‘ir’ option.

 

Once you have played could you practice reading the words underneath and put them in a sentence?

bird, whirl, twirl, first, shirt, stir, skirt

Example: I can see a blue bird he has big wings.

Example: I can whirl and twirl in my new skirt.

Example: First you have to stir the bun mix.

 

English

This week’s story is room on the broom!!

Room on the broom is a sentence that rhymes!

Today we are looking at rhyming words, could you click the link below and follow today’s activities.

English 20.01

Don’t forget to email pictures of your fabulous work

Miss Crawford – lara.crawford@worthvalleyprimary.co.uk

Miss Milner – steph.milner@worthvalleyprimary.co.uk

Why not try this extension activity once you have completed your English work?

EXT: Can you think of a new spell for the witch that rhymes?

 

Maths

Today we are going to have a look at writing time.

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

Watch the video called writing time.

Try worksheet one and match the activity to how long you think it will take.

 

Wednesday writing time 20.01

 

Extension: Try the second worksheet and answer the trickier questions.

 

P.E

We love cosmic yoga in year one, can you practice this Moana routine?

Could you show an adult!

 

 



Tuesday 19th January

 

PSHE

Please can you click the link below for your PSHE tasks for today 🙂

Have a lovely day year one!

PSHE 19.0.21

 

Handwriting

Please can you click on the harder letters section on the left hand side and practice the second group of harder letters ‘g’ and ‘q’ (lowercase).

https://www.letterjoin.co.uk 

Username: lj8943

Password: capital L.(Make the shape of a capital L if you are accessing the site via a tablet or an iPad)

 

Phonics

Today we are going to practice a new sound, today’s new sound is ‘oy’

 

Could you login to the site below and use the login details listed?

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

username: Worthvalley

password: Worth@1954

Could you play the flashcard game? can you click on all of the phase 3 sounds + set 12 of phase 5a, see if you can beat your score!!

Can you read the following ‘oy’ words then put them into a sentence? You could ask an adult to send a picture of your fabulous sentences.

boy, toy, enjoy, annoy

Example: The boy lost his new red toy.

Example: I hope you enjoy your birthday.

Example: Do not annoy the cat he is sad.

 

English

Please can you click the link below to see your English work for today year one! We hope you have a lovely day!

English 19.01.21

This week’s story is room on the broom could you watch the clip below if you have forgotten any parts of the story.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0102qfj/room-on-the-broom

 

Maths

Last week we started looking at clocks and reading the time. Let’s warm up by playing a time game.

https://www.turacogames.com/games/telling-time-space-math-game-for-kids/

Read the time on the clock and choose the right time to win!

Could you write the times on each of the clocks?

These words will help you: Half past, o clock.

 

19.01.21

 

Extension: In readiness for tomorrows lesson. Can you find out how many star jumps you can do in one minute? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH50zuS8DD0

Please email me your best score! We will see if we can beat you in class!

Extension: In readiness for tomorrows lesson. Can you find out how many star jumps you can do in one minute? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH50zuS8DD0

Please email me your best score! We will see if we can beat you in class!

 

P.E

Could you practice this work out today! P.E keeps or brains and bodies fit and healthy!


Monday 18th January

 

PSHE

Can you play the clip underneath, get very comfortable, close your eyes and think of a beautiful place you would like to visit? Once you have finished you could write down what you thought about or talk about your special place with an adult.

Handwriting

Please can you click on the harder letters section on the left hand side and practice the first group of harder letters ‘j’ and ‘y’ (lowercase).

https://www.letterjoin.co.uk 

Username: lj8943

Password: capital L.(Make the shape of a capital L if you are accessing the site via a tablet or an iPad)

 

Phonics

Today we are going to practice two new tricky words!

people and looked

Could you login to the site below and use the login details listed

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

username: Worthvalley

password: Worth@1954

Could you play the tricky word truck game, please click on phase 4 tricky words and select all at the bottom.

Play the tricky word truck game and see how quick you can read all of the tricky words.

Once you have practiced phase 4 you could try phase 5 tricky words! There are some we have practiced in year one, but can you read the new ones?

Can you read the following tricky words then put them into a sentence? You could ask an adult to send a picture of your fabulous sentences.

looked, people

Example: The people looked for the lost hen.

Example: The stars looked bright last night.

Example: All of the people had red socks on their feet.

 

English

The information you need is on the link below, if you are struggling to access it your activities are also listed underneath 🙂

room on the broom

This week’s story is room on the broom could you watch the clip below

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p0102qfj/room-on-the-broom

Once you have watched the clip could you answer the questions and write about your favourite part of the story.

  • Who is the main character in the story?
  • Who found the witch’s wand?
  • How did the animals save the witch?
  • How did the witch get a new broom?
  • What did the dragon want to do?
  • What was your favourite part of the story can you draw and label your favourite part?
  • Were there any parts of the story you did not like?

 

 

Why not try these extension activities once you have completed your English work?

EXT: Can you think of a new spell for the witch? What would the ingredients be?

EXT: Can you think of another animal to join the story? Draw us a picture a give your new character a name!

 

Maths

Calculation lesson – To warm up our brains please could you watch and join in with one of your favourite maths songs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lD9tjBUiXs0

Challenge: You have 10 minutes to answer as many questions as you can on the big maths… BEAT THAT sheet. REMEMBER you can use cubes, raisins even cheerios to help you. You can also draw pictures to help you too. Draw out the amount for each number and then count all of them to find the answer.

Some of the questions might be our number bonds to 10. So you won’t need to work out these questions. You can just write the answer down straight away. E.g. 5+5=10

Here is your challenge sheet…

Monday maths

 

P.E

We love cosmic yoga in year one, can you practice this Minecraft routine?

Could you show an adult!

 

 

Friday 15th January.   

PSHE

We had a very snowy day yesterday can you play the following clip, listen to the beautiful music, and draw a beautiful snowy picture.

Handwriting

Please practice the fifth group of easy letters ‘, n, m and h’ (lowercase).

https://letterjoin.co.uk

Username: lj8943

If you are using a laptop the password is: home

If using an iPad or tablet the password is: capital L (Make the shape of a capital L)

 

 

Phonics

Today we are focusing on two tricky words!

  • oh
  • their

Play our tricky word truck game, click ‘pick individual tricky words’, then select phase 4, and ‘oh’ and ‘their’ from phase 5a.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

username: Worthvalley

password: Worth@1954

 

Can you read the following tricky words then put them into a sentence? You could ask an adult to send a picture of your fabulous sentences.

 

Example: Oh no! We have a fox in the room.

Example: Their goat has a big green coat.

Example: Oh no! Their cat has lost his hat.

 

English

This week’s story is the snail and the whale, the humped back whale got stuck on the shore could you design a poster to help save the whale, if you have forgotten what happens, you could re-watch the story from Monday’s lesson.

Friday 15th January 2021 English[1401]

Can you write a fact file about whales?

Here are some links for you to use to research humpback whales. What can you find out?

 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/animals/sea-life/humpback-song/

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/animals-and-nature/whales-dolphins-and-porpoises/humpback-whale/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBGq85Q2198&safe=active

 

Maths

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcIGVn1iAHY&safe=active

Can you watch this video that recaps o clock and half past?  See if you can join in and guess the right answers.

Today can you have a go at adding your own minute and hour hand so that it says the correct times on the clock.

TOP TIP – Make sure the minute hand is much smaller than the hour hand!!

15.01.21 maths

 

Extension: All weekend can you look at the clocks around your house and try and read the times when they get to an o clock time or a half past time?

P.E

We LOVE cosmic yoga in year one! Can you do this pirate routine?

Thursday 14th January

PSHE

Can you talk with an adult about something that has made you happy today?

You could write it down and send us a picture!

 

Handwriting

Please practice the fourth group of easy letters ‘a, d’ (lowercase).

https://www.letterjoin.co.uk 

Username: lj8943  Password: capital L .(Make the shape of a capital L if you are accessing the site via a tablet or an iPad)

 

Phonics

Please focus on the digraph ‘ea’ today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6F4KRdhqak&safe=active

Play our Obb & Bob game (click on phase 5a + ea) Sort out the real and fake ‘ea’ words, don’t let the pirate fall in the sea!

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

username: Worthvalley

password: Worth@1954

Please focus on the digraph ‘ea’ today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6F4KRdhqak&safe=active

Can you read the following ‘ea’ words then put them into a sentence? You could ask an adult to send a picture of your fabulous sentences.

sea, tea, mean, bean, beast, leaf

Example: The chicken has a big beak.

Example: The beast eats beans on toast.

Example: The cow was mean to the sheep.

 

English

This week’s story is the snail and the whale, the humpback whale got stuck on the shore could you design a poster to help save the whale, if you have forgotten what happens, you could re-watch the story from Monday’s lesson. Use the powerpoint below to help with your learning today.

Thursday english

 

Why not try these extension activities once you have completed your English tasks?

EXT: Why is it important we keep animals safe, can you write this down for us?

 

 

Maths

What fantastic effort with learning to tell the time this week! I am very impressed. Half past can be a little tricky so we are going to practice some more.

To warm up can you find these times on the clock?

https://www.visnos.com/demos/clock

8 o clock

12 o clock

3 o clock

Half past 2

Have a try at these work sheets. The first sheet with look at o clock times and the second sheet will be a mix of both half past times and o clock times.

Thursday warm up work

 

Thursday's work

Extension: Could you make a list of the different times that you do things in your home?

For example:

Wake up – 8 o clock

Brush teeth – half past 8

Lunch – 12 o clock

Go to bed – half past 7

 

 

Design & Technology

DT lesson 2

 

P.E

We love cosmic yoga in year one, can you practice this routine?

Could you show an adult!

 

 

 

Wednesday 13th January   

PSHE

Before you begin your work today, just like we do in class could you please get super comfortable and cosy, close your eyes, relax and think about your favourite place and being there with your favourite people. Once you have done your meditation you could talk with an adult about what you thought about.

 

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

 

Handwriting

Please practice the third group of easy letters ‘c, o’ (lowercase).

https://www.letterjoin.co.uk 

Username: lj8943  Password: capital L .(Make the shape of a capital L if you are accessing the site via a tablet or an iPad)

 

Phonics

Please focus on the digraph ‘ie’ today.

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources

username: Worthvalley

password: Worth@1954

Play our buried treasure game. (click on phase 3 + ie) Sort out the real and fake ‘ie’ words, don’t let the pirate fall in the sea!

Can you read the following ‘ie’ words then put them into a sentence? You could ask an adult to send a picture of your fabulous sentences.

Pie, lied, tie, cried, fried

Example: The pie is round.

Example: My sister cried when she fell on the ground.

Example: The egg has been fried in the pan.

 

English

click on the link below for today’s English work, if you are having trouble all the information you need is below also.

Wednesday English

This week’s story is the snail and the whale. In the story it says;

‘These are the other snails in the flock,

Who all stuck tight on the smooth black rock’

  1. We would like you to send a postcard from the snail to his family and friends in the flock on the rock, telling them about his amazing journey, remember some of the fantastic places the snail and the whale travelled to use your amazing adjectives to describe the places and draw a fantastic picture to go with your writing.

Don’t forget to use your year 1 writing skills. Can you ask them a question? Remember how we use question marks.

Example:

To the flock,

I hope you are ok? I am in the coldest sea, I can see penguins and very tall icebergs. It is so cold, it is not like the smooth, black rock. The waves are wild and the snow is sparkly. What have you all been doing? I miss you, but I am having lots of fun.

From the snail. xxxx

 

Why not try these extension activities once you have completed your English work?

EXT: Could you think of a new place the snail and the whale could visit and send a postcard back to the flock?

Perhaps an adult could photograph your work or send us a video to show everyone in our class what a fantastic job you are doing learning at home.

Maths

Today we are going to look at time to half an hour. Please watch the second video called ‘Time to the half hour.’

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

Can you have a go at this which looks at half past the hour?

Wednesday Time

Extension – Could you try and make your own clock on a piece of paper? Draw all the numbers correctly and add the two hands. You could have a look at this clock to help you. https://www.visnos.com/demos/clock

Design & Technology

Please click on the link below to access your design & technology work, if you cannot view the Power point, the information you need is below.

DT 13/01

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be looking healthy eating and a varied diet, we will be discussing where food comes from and hopefully preparing and comparing meals towards the end of this unit of work. At the beginning of the year we learnt all about healthy eating and food groups, we looked at the 5 food groups, and sorted different foods into the correct groups. We talked about what each group provided for our bodies to keep us strong and healthy.

  1. Could you watch the clip below to remind yourselves of the five food groups?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z51bWG17m-Q           

  1. Could you make a table of the five food groups, or draw five boxes, then add two different types of food to each box. There is an example below.
Protein carbohydrates Dairy Fruits and vegetables Fats
 

Tuna

 

 

pasta

 

cheese

 

Blueberries

 

Chocolate

  1. Once you have added two different foods to each group, could you write one sentence describing what each of the groups provides our bodies.

Example: Eating dairy is good for our bones and teeth it has calcium which keeps us strong.

Why not try these extension activities once you have completed your design & technology work?

EXT: Could you draw a picture of each of the foods you have written in your food groups?

Don’t forget to ask an adult to send us pictures of your work, so your family and friends can see your work.

 

P.E

We have learnt all about healthy lifestyles, we know how important it is to exercise daily and keep our bodies and minds healthy. please click on the link below and follow this work out.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXt2jLRlaf8

 

EXT- We have been practicing dance in PE at school, could you create a dance workout for your friends. Remember to ask an adult to record you so you can share it with your friends and teachers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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