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Year R/1: Sweet Chestnut, Horse Chestnut, Maple

Teacher email addresses:

 

Mrs Harris - Sweet Chestnut 

merrynharris@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

 

Mrs Reay and Mrs Baker - Horse Chestnut

naomireay@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

lesleybaker@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

 

Mrs Flack - Maple

claireflack@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

 

Tuesday 12th January - Remote Learning

Maths

 

Year R

Today, there is a video you will be able to watch with your child and a short activity for your child to complete. Please feel free to watch the video more than once, stop the video to discuss the maths with your child or watch sections more than once to help your child with their understanding.

Title – Day 5 – Special Delivery

Before watching the video, you will need to get ready:

  • 10 blank envelopes or 10 pieces of blank paper
  • Draw with your child 5 houses or quickly make 5 houses out of cardboard boxes/lego etc

With your child, watch the video for Day 5 – Special Delivery

Link to video and activity - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/activity-week/

After watching the video, write one of numbers 1,2,3,4 and 5 on each house and make sure they are in order. Then, with your child draw on the envelopes a number of objects to post (like the video). Your child can then deliver them to the correct house. Maybe they could dress up like a delivery person!

As a further challenge, if you wish, change the numbers on the houses up to 10 and adapt the envelopes with more pictures.   

 

 

Year 1

Numbers from 11 to 20

Please watch the video and complete the attached PDF sheet.

https://vimeo.com/480769444

Extra Challenge: Use two sets of number cards (Make your own on paper or card or print the attached PDF)

One set has numerals 1-20, one set has words 1-20.

Play with your family members. Take it in turns to pick a numeral card and a word card. Say the number on each card out loud. If they match you win the pair, if they don’t you put them back.

 

 

 

 

Phonics

 

Dinosaurs

Learning to blend lesson 5 – https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/Rrf6sRVz/mzWELap5

 

Word time spelling 1.3 lesson 1 – https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ajyoRhFw/7l1MhHWB

 

 

 

Dragons

 

Reading – o-e

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/rkFtOFap/10tPlNje

 

Spelling – o-e

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/1McRMy0M/MyiNNf6f

 

 

 

Topic

 

Year R

Areas of Learning:

Understanding the World (People and Communities)

Physical Development (Moving and Handling)

Read the Inuit PowerPoint (attached) with your child. What do people in the Arctic need to wear? Why do you think they need to wear these clothes? Are they different to clothes that you would wear?

 

Cut and stick the clothes onto the Inuit people (See PDF)

 

 

Year 1

 

Read the Inuit PowerPoint with your child (attached), then look at the pictures attached together which show modern and traditional Inuit life. Some traditional ways of life still happen today, but some have adapted. Talk about what the pictures show. Do the children think that they depict modern or traditional ways of life? Which photos show traditional ways with a modern twist? Stick the photos attached onto a sorting sheet. If you don’t have a printer then the sorting sheet can be drawn or you could make 2 groups with hoops, skipping ropes etc. and the children could draw or write the ideas to go in each group.

 

 

Monday 11th January - Home Learning 

 

Year 1 - Please email your class teacher with your quiz score as Tapestry is not working today (No other observation needed)

 

 

Maths - Year R

Today, there is a video you will be able to watch with your child and a short activity for your child to complete. Please feel free to watch the video more than once, stop the video to discuss the maths with your child or watch sections more than once to help your child with their understanding.

 

Title – Day 4 – Dashing Through the Snow

Before watching the video, you will need to get ready:

  • Ask your child to get their favourite teddy/soft toy
  • Either a piece of paper (as large as possible), or some chalks for outside (if it is dry) or 5 small objects that you can place in your room for the teddy to walk around (like a box, toy car etc).

 

With your child, watch the video for Day 4 – Dashing Through the Snow

Link to video and activity - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/activity-week/

After watching the video, your child needs to draw or make (with some small objects/toys), a course for their teddy to walk around. Please help your child to use all correct vocabulary.

in, under, behind, around, on, between, in front, over

As a further challenge, if you wish, make a course with your child for them to complete. You could do it inside with furniture and toys or outside, if you have space and it is dry! Remember to use the words above to direct your child. Maybe they can direct you over the course!

 

 

 

 

 

Maths - Year 1

 

Count forwards and backwards and write numbers to 20 in numerals and words

Please watch the video and complete the attached PDF sheet.

https://vimeo.com/480768128

Extra Challenge: Make number cards or write these numbers onto a piece of paper in order: 

11     12      13      14       15       61      17      18

Ask your child which number is the odd one out. Can they explain why? Can they record their explanation?

Dinosaur Phonics - 

Learning to blend lesson 4 – https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/bcokMejC/ogRtrLOg

Word time spelling 1.2 lesson 4 – https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/vmfRv6WE/BpNpVrbd

 

Listen to your child read daily using the Oxford Owl Website or books you have at home. Please select books from the colour band they are currently on from Oxford Owl which is marked in their Yellow Reading Journal.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/free-ebooks/

 

It is also important for you to read a story to your child each day.

 

Dragon Phonics

Your child will need a piece of paper and a pencil when watching the spelling videos. When your child writes, if possible, they need to be sat on chair at a table. It is important to sit with your child through the videos and support them where needed.

 

Reading – i-e

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ztzfs4tg/4spLV32f

 

 

Spelling – i-e

https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ApVHzYKG/zxmRqDqr

 

 

Please listen to your child read daily using the Oxford Owl Website or any books you have at home. Please select books from the colour band they are currently on which is marked in their Yellow Reading Journal.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/free-ebooks/

 

It is also important for you to read a story to your child each day.

 

Year R Topic

 

Areas of learning:

Understanding the World (The World)

Expressive Arts and Design

Physical Development (Moving and Handling)

 

What do you know about the Arctic? Talk about it together.

Children to write the word Arctic (They can copy the written word) onto a piece of paper and then parent to record anything that your child can tell you about the Arctic. They may not know anything now, but please keep this mind map so that you can look again at the end of our topic and see how much you can add to it.

Please make a paper snow flake using white paper and scissors.

See attached PDF for snow flake instructions if needed.

Year 1 Topic

What do you know about the Arctic? Mind map what they already know. Put the word ‘Arctic’ in the middle of the page in a bubble, your child might like to use different colours for the letters. Either draw or write words for things they know about the Arctic. You can prompt them with questions. What is the weather like? What animals live there? It doesn’t matter if there is not much or anything on the mind map because at the end of the term of learning they will come back to their mind map and add the things they have learnt.

 

During some of our topic subjects through the year we do a quiz with the children at 3 points during the unit of learning. The quiz has the same questions each time but we change the order of them. It supports with memory recall of facts but also shows progression in their learning. Attached is the first quiz. You can read the quiz to the children, they tick the answer they think is correct. Please do not help them with the answers, they may need a bit of support with how the quiz is set out. At the end of the quiz, ask them to get a different coloured pen/crayon and give them the answers to each question. They tick or cross each question at the end of the row. The children then write their score out of 5 at the top of the page. They may not get many correct in the first quiz but that is fine as the learning for this unit has not taken place yet.

PE

 

Please try to have regular physical activity breaks throughout the day. The children are very use to being active in school. Below are some useful links to keep active throughout the day this week. We try to be active every half an hour in school. This could be a PE lesson, walk, scooters and bikes or some of the links listed below. Children find it hard to concentrate without lots of wriggle time and movement breaks!

Each week we will change the links to give you a range to choose from but feel free to repeat activities that the children enjoyed from previous weeks.

 

Cosmic yoga:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mSWl2zLB2g

 

Black Panther workout:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SDWArXm4mA

 

After school club with Jenna Downing, a professional roller skater:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4OFn-b2TvE

 

 

Documents for Monday 11th January 

Keeping Safe Posters (made by each class).

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