Home Learning: Week Beginning 1st February 2021
Hi Year One!
What a lovely week we had as we began our Pirate themed English work! It has been great to see how excited you have been and I can’t wait to see where our learning goes this week.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week and to mark this, we will be focussing some of our Wider Curriculum work in this area. Also check out the ideas and resources that Miss Cross has put together here- https://www.grimsargh-st-michaels.lancs.sch.uk/childrens-mental-health-week/ I can’t wait to see your colourful outfits on Friday! I will add more resources to our page over the week that you might find useful or interesting.
I hope you’ve enjoyed our Rainbow Reading Challenge and the story that is posted in the afternoon. It’s National Storytellers Week this week- Who is your favourite author?
Please note a change of time for our Wednesday Zoom call- from now on this will be 10.00-10.30. The login details will remain the same and there is no change to Friday’s timings.
Miss Threlfall x
Phonics screening explanation –
Ahoy, Me Hearties!
Watch the video of me rereading Pirates Love Underpants.
Think about the diary of Samuel Pepys that we looked at last week, and what a diary is.
Watch my second video of me modelling today’s writing task then have a go yourself.
Task- Write the Captain’s diary- imagine you are the captain and want to write in your diary about all the things that have happened over the last day. What would you write?
Think about what happened, when it happened, how you felt, what you did.
Remember time words, features of a good sentence including conjunctions, and reading your sentence back to check it. You might like to draw the best or the worst part of the day at the bottom.
You can do this in books or on this sheet if you’d rather- English sheet Monday
Think back to the story Pirates Love Underpants.
The Captain and his crew were not happy that the other pirate crew had got to the golden underpants first and would like to put up some posters to help to catch them.
Look at a ‘wanted poster’ example.
Task- Create a ‘wanted poster’ for the other pirate crew. Using captions, add key facts about the crew and why they are wanted.
Ensure posters are eye catching and contain enough facts to help people know who they are looking for.
Today we’re going to begin to re-write the story Pirates Love Underpants with a twist!
Before we do this, we need to think about the key parts of the story- characters, events, setting.
What are we going to change? Look at my video then complete the task.
Task- Create a story map including the changes we might make as we create a new story. Story map sheet
Today we’re going to write our new version of the story. Look at my video then have a go yourself!
Task- Write the new story, remembering to use time words, adjectives, conjunctions, phonics sounds, good letter formation. Read your story to someone at home. What do they think? If you want to use a worksheet, you can use this one- English sheet Thursday
We will do a guided reading session together during our Zoom (Here is the story for anyone who is unable to join us t-e-2550546-doris-the-loris-guided-reading-powerpoint_ver_9)
For each day, watch the video then complete the task. Upload what you have done to your Seesaw journal and I’ll have a look at how you have got on and give you some feedback too.
(You can print the task to complete, use a device to ‘write’ on the downloaded version or write down your work/answers on a piece of paper or in an exercise book)
Task- Have a go at the activity described in the video- you can draw your ten frames and use anything as counters- beads, lego etc.
Work through aspect 1, 2 and 3 of LESSON 3 of this pirate themed PE https://primarypeplanning.com/home-pe-2020/home-pe-pirate-fitness-ks1/
Enjoy a Cosmic Yoga session- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUBRoLRioiY
Tune into Joe Wicks’ PE this morning!
Spend some time relaxing and collecting your thoughts- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBnPlqQFPKs&list=PL8snGkhBF7njO0QvtE97AJFL3xZYQSGh5&index=2
Go Noodle! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7Ew70w-zAM
Monday- Mental Health Awareness Week-
Look at this Powerpoint which helps us to understand what we mean by ‘mental health’ t-s-4045-mental-health-awareness-powerpoint-_ver_3
Task- Draw a self portrait and around the outside write down all the things that make you special and that make you, YOU!
Tuesday- Mental Health Awareness Week-
We’re going through a really tricky time at the moment and although it’s hard to see things back to ‘normal’, we can use hope to help us look forward to better times. Have a go at this activity where you can create a jar full of things you’re looking forward to doing again. You can add to this whenever you think of something else. Then, when a little more normality resumes, you can look in your jar for ideas of things to do!
Extra Mindfulness Resources-
Try out this body scan. It’s great for refocussing your mind after a busy time or when something has been a bit tricky- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56_8aK3cLEA&safe=active
Mindfulness colouring sheets. We all love a bit of colouring- print out these colouring sheets if you like and put on some relaxing music while you colour. You might want to choose colours that match how you feel, for example you might choose blue if you’re feeling calm, red if you’re feeling cross- t-lf-2548859-childrens-mental-health-mindful-colouring_ver_1
Mindfulness challenge cards- Take time out to do these little activities during your busy home learning days- t-he-456-mindfulness-challenge-cards_ver_2
Watch this video about classifying plants- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgVlrtGnG6s&index=6&list=PLcvEcrsF_9zLl1enZ2h4kF396AtH90d9F
Can you remember which 4 groups plants can be sorted into?
What other ways do you think we can group plants?
Task- Look in your garden- can you classify the plants you can see?
Watch the video showing the Feeding of the 5000. Feeding of the Five Thousand (Matthew 14:13-21) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O17CvIAyZJ4
Task- Imagine that you are the little boy who gave his lunch to Jesus and give write a letter to your Granny after you had arrived home.
Sometimes we lose things, I know I do all the time! But how does that make us feel?
Consider these questions with a grown up
Read the story Harold Loses Geoffrey- Harold loses Geoffrey – Story sheet
Task- On one half of a piece of paper draw a picture of yourself when you have lost something. Draw your face showing your emotions. Write some key words describing those emotions. On the other half of the paper draw yourself when you have found something. How does your face show your emotions now? Write some key words here too to describe your emotions.
Art/DT- A task from Mrs Coulston- Mindfulness – Circular pattern Year 1