Home Learning WB 05.07.2021

Home Learning

Please use this page to find links to online maths lessons and daily English and Maths tasks. Whilst your child is at home, they should aim to access online learning as often as possible and complete tasks in order to prevent falling behind with their learning. The activities are designed to cover the aspects of learning that your child would have accessed in school. It is important that the children keep up to date with learning so that when we are able to return to school, children are able to continue with their learning.

You do not need to print any worksheets off. Children can complete activities online or on any paper that you have at home.

In addition, I recommend playing NumBots every day for about 15 minutes. This will support your child with their addition and subtraction skills. Please try to download the FREE app from the Apple or Google Play Store to make playing it even easier. Children have been given individual login details but please email emma.parr@kirkbyce.co.uk if you have any problems.

I will arrange zoom sessions throughout the week. The details of how to login to the sessions will be emailed to you. 

Next zoom session is Tuesday 6th July at 1pm

I look forward to seeing you all there.

 

Monday

Maths - Make equal groups (sharing)

In maths, we are beginning to look at division by sharing. Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video. Pause the video throughout and have a go at the activities. You will need something to use as counters (at least 20), pennies would work well if possible.

 

English

Have a look at the picture below.

                                           Sinking

Look at the picture carefully.

Think about these questions and answer them in full sentences. Please write your answers on some paper at home.

Remember there are no right or wrong answers.

  • How many animals can you see on the ark?
  • How many animals can you see in the water?
  • List the animals you can see.
  • What has happened here?
  • Why is the boat sinking?
  • Why were the animals (and the man) on the boat in the first place?

Challenge (write in full sentences)

  • What do you think is going to happen? How could the boat be stopped from sinking?
  • Does this picture remind you of a story you have heard or read before? If so, which one?
  • Write a funny caption for this picture.

 

Phonics

In phonics we have been learning the split digraph sounds. Watch this video and have a go at reading the i-e words below.

bike     slide     kite     time     smile     knife

Complete the task attached below for the split digraph i-e.

 

Spellings

This week I would like you to choose 10 spellings from the Common Exception Word list below. Choose words that you find tricky or are unable to spell. I would like you to practise these words every day. You can be as creative as you want. Write them in rainbow pens, paint them, spell them using items around the house, you could even use spaghetti letters. Get creative and don't forget to send me your pictures! emma.parr@kirkbyce.co.uk

Here are some examples:

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On Friday, ask your grown up to test you and see how you get on. I’d love to hear how you got on so please email your score over to me on emma.parr@kirkbyce.co.uk. You could even take a photograph of your spelling sheet and attach that.

Tuesday

Maths - Make equal groups (sharing)

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

Complete the worksheet.

 

English

If you joined our zoom on Monday, you will have heard me read the story 'Seren's Seasons'. If you didn't manage to join the zoom, you don't need to worry. Today, I would like you to have a go at the comprehension task attached. Read through the text very carefully and have a go at answering the questions. The number of stars indicates the level of difficulty with 1 star being the easiest and 3 stars being the hardest. Challenge yourself! You may need a grown up to help you read some of the text or the questions. Remember all of the answers are in the text. You do not need to print off the activity, have a go at writing the answers in full sentences on paper. Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

 

Phonics

Today we are looking at the split digraph e-e. Have a go at reading the e-e words below. Can you sort them into real and nonsense words? Split your page in half, write all of the real words on one side and all of the nonsense words on the other.

delete     these     pede     geme     flene     sleme     complete     swede     theme     vlede     evening     splete     flebe     kete     Pete     concrete     extreme     drepe

 

Science

In science we have been looking at seasonal change and what happens during the 4 different seasons. Can you remember the names of all 4? Open up the Activity 'Seren's Seasons'. I would like you to write down the names of the 4 seasons and draw pictures to show the activities that Seren did during each season. Remember to make sure she is wearing appropraite clothing. 

 

Wednesday

Maths - Making a half - Activity

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video. Pause the video throughout and have a go at the activities.

 

English

As the school year draws to an end with only 2 weeks to go, I would love to hear what your favourite memories of Class 2 are. I would like to know:

  • What is your favourite memory with your friends?
  • What was your favourite moment in Class 2?
  • What was your funniest moment in Class 2?
  • What is the best thing you have learnt this year?

Don't forget to write in full sentences with capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. I have attached a 'Memory Jar' template if you wish to use it, but you do not have to print this off. 

 

Phonics

Today we are looking at the split digraph a-e. Read the a-e words on the powerpoint attached. Now, look at the picture below. Can you spot all of the a-e words? Write them down on a piece of paper.

Spot the a-e words.jpg

 

Art

In school we have been following the EURO 2020 football competition. Today I would like you to design your own football kit for EURO 2020. You can use the template attached or draw your own on paper. 

 

Thursday

Maths - Making a whole - Activity

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video. Pause the video throughout and have a go at the activities.

 

English

We follow a scheme called ‘Teach Handwriting’ and we teach the children a small group of letters at a time. The children are familiar with all of these but need to practise their letter formations as often as possible.

This week we will concentrate on the capital letters J, K and L.

  • Click here and go to the ‘Capital Letters - Beginners' section. Please select the letters J, K and L to watch the short demonstration that will show you how the letter is formed (start at the top).
  • Practise writing out the letters on some paper. Remember to make sure your letters are all the same size!
  • Challenge: How many words can you think of that begin with each of these letters?

 

Phonics

Today we are looking at the split digraph o-e. Have a go at reading the o-e words below.

hole     cone     zone     dome     hose     bone     alone     rose     home     those

Open the wordsearch attached below. How many o-e words can you find?

 

Geography

Each of you has been given a country that you have been following and supporting throughout the EURO 2020 football competition. Today I would like you to find out what your country's flag looks like. Then, I would like you to recreate that flag. You can be as creative as you want. You can draw it, paint it or even make a collage. Some flags are a little bit trickier than others. I can't wait to see them. Good luck!

I have attached templates for each country's flags if needed. 

 

Friday

Maths - Find a half

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

Complete the worksheet.

 

English

All week we have been learning the split digraph sounds in phonics. Open the 'missing word' activity attached below. I would like you to write out the sentences, filling in the missing words. Each missing word contains one of the split digraph sounds that we have learnt this week. Remember your best handwriting, capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

 

Phonics

Today we are looking at the split digraph u-e. Have a go at reading the u-e words on the powerpoint attached.

Now, click here to play Dragon's Den. Select phase 5 and then 'u-e'

 

PE

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Click here to enjoy a cosmic kids 'Trolls' yoga adventure.

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