Monday 11th January 2021
Home learning- Monday 11th January 2021
Please complete today’s home learning. See below.
Read, Write, Inc.
If you haven’t already done so, register for free on oxford owl. Here your child can
continue to read books at the correct level. Follow the link below to register.
Ask your child whose group they are in for Read, Write, Inc and then see below for their Read, Write, Inc level. Some children have changed groups after the Christmas holidays. The children were in their new groups yesterday, however, if your child does not know, please email me to ask or contact school.
Mrs Douglas - Red Ditty group (set 2 sounds)
Miss Chadwick - Green group (set 2 sounds)
Miss Hargreaves - Pink group (set 3 sounds)
Miss Yates - Blue group (set 3 sounds)
Miss Wilkinson- Grey group (set 3 sounds)
Click the link below to watch a daily speed sound and spelling lesson. Then read one book at the correct level on Oxford Owl.
Set 2 Reading ‘oo’- https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/UgJNwrpo/Mgj9Qt4L
Set 2 Spelling ‘oo’- https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/ign1I4vV/asEnU129
Set 3 Reading ‘o-e’- https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/KORLUJ4t/XG20uALi
Set 3 Spelling ‘o-e’- https://schools.ruthmiskin.com/training/view/uAa78LV2/E9jS7Gif
Red words (also known as tricky words) need to be practised daily. Click the link
below for this week’s red words matching your child’s reading level above. These are the same words all week as they need to know these fluently.
Starter - First, practice counting forwards and backwards on the hundred square attached. Then see if they can identify one more and one less than any given number.
Number and Place value - Sequencing numbers to 50. In this lesson, you will be using numbers to 50 in sequences by putting them in order from small to big. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/sequencing-numbers-to-50-cmtkjt
After that please complete the Math's sheet attached.
Then your child can play hit the button. Number bonds to 20. See link below.
This week we are continuing to look at animals. Today’s learning challenge is to identify and name a variety of common animals that are carnivores, herbivores and omnivores
First ask your child to think of an animal and what food that animals eat (including their pets). Then discuss how different animals eat different things.
Watch the video clip: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6882hv/articles/z96vb9q
See if your child can remember what these words mean; carnivore, omnivore and herbivore.
Animals can be put into groups based on the types of food they eat. Some animals called carnivores only eat meat. Others are called ‘herbivores’. They only eat plants. Animals that eat meat and plants are called ‘omnivores’. Today you are looking at animals and see if you can sort them into the correct group. Please see sheet attached.
Explain that this terms art work is based on an artist called Paul Smith. He is a full-time artist who makes sculptures in his studio in the Peek District. Which is Derbyshire south of Manchester. His style is bold and graceful. With lots of curves and simple detail. Show pictures of his work and discuss what the shapes they can see and the texture on the clay. Go through each picture collecting ideas what the children like about each one. Please see sheet attached.
Using key words:
- I like the penguin because
- I like the gorilla because
- I like the polar bear because
- I like the hear because
- I like the bear because
- I like the fox because