Home Learning WB 05.01.2021

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 and write the answers in their yellow workbook, which was sent home in their yellow ‘Home Learning Pack’.

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.

Tuesday

Maths - Subtraction

Year 1 - Subtraction (Counting back)

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

Complete the worksheet.

Year 2 - Subtraction (Crossing 10)

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

Complete the worksheet.

 

English - My Christmas Holiday Snapshots

Think about how you spent your time off during the Christmas holidays. I know it may have been a little different this year. Maybe you spent a lot of time at home, playing with your brothers and sisters or new toys. Maybe you enjoyed a movie night with your family. I would like you to tell me all about your Christmas holidays. You can use the sheet ‘My Christmas Holiday Snapshots’ for ideas. Draw pictures and write sentences about what you have been up to. I can't wait to hear all about it. Don't forget to write in full sentences using capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Remember you do not have to print the worksheet, you can complete this in your yellow home learning book.

 

Phonics - Recap Phase 3

Use the Phase 3 Sounds Powerpoint to recap all Phase 3 sounds. Can you remember each of the actions we use to help us remember each sound?

 

Wednesday

Maths

Year 1 - Recap Activities - Day 3: Wrap up Warm

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

As yesterday, there are no worksheets to complete this week but please follow the video and complete the following tasks in your workbook.

  • Half way through the video, four part-whole models are shown. Write all of these out as an addition sentence.

                  Example      as an addition sentence is    4 + 4 = 8

  • Sort out a selection of gloves (if you have a variety of them at home), choose your own criteria (colour, size, glove, mitten etc).
  • Draw and design your own patterned scarf.

Year 2 - Money: Recognising coins and notes and counting money in pence

Before you begin you could ask your grown ups to help you find one example of each coin and have a go at recognising and describing them. Have a go at completing the Year 1 Revision Sheet here: recognising coins.

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video on counting money in pence.

Complete the worksheet here.

 

English - Writing a New Year's Resolution

Today, we are 6 days in to a brand new year. Do you know what year we are in now? Can you remember making our calendars for the New Year? Lots of people like see the New Year as a fresh start. Many people like to make a new year's resolution which is a goal that you set yourself to work on throughout the year. Read the powerpoint on New Year and making a New Year's Resolution. Then, I would like you to think of your own goal that you would like to work on throughout the year. Maybe you would like to get better at something, school work or a sport? Maybe you would like to try something new? Or maybe you would just like to try and keep your bedroom tidy. Whatever it is, I want you to use the worksheet 'My New Year's Resolution' attached, to help you write one for yourself and think about the year we have just had and what you are excited about this year. I look forward to reading them. 

 

Thursday

Maths 

Year 1 – Recap Activities - Day 4: Dashing through the snow.

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

Please follow the video, pause where you need to and complete the following task in your workbook. You do not need to write out the full statements for ‘more and less’, write the numbers only. Example: 14 is 1 ten and 4 ones.   15     13

14 is ___ ten and ___ ones.    One more than 14 is ___. One less than 14 is ___.

15 is ___ ten and ___ ones.    One more than 15 is ___. One less than 15 is ___.

12 is ___ ten and ___ ones.    One more than 12 is ___. One less than 12 is ___.

17 is ___ ten and ___ ones.    One more than 17 is ___. One less than 17 is ___.

19 is ___ ten and ___ ones.    One more than 19 is ___. One less than 19 is ___.

11 is ___ ten and ___ ones.    One more than 11 is ___. One less than 11 is ___.

Year 2 - Money: Counting in pounds

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video on counting money in pounds.

Complete the worksheet here.

 

English - New Year Comprehension

Yesterday you should have read the powerpoint about New Year and making a New Year's Resolution. Hopefully you have had a go at writing your own resolution or goal for the year. Today, I would like you to have a go at the New Year 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 the activity off, have a go at writing the answers in full sentences in your yellow workbook. Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

 

Science - Materials

This half term we are learning about ‘Everyday Materials’.

A material is what something is made from.

How many different materials can you think of?

Can you recognise these materials?

 

glass    plastic     metal     wood     rock     water

 

Please click here and watch a ‘Come Outside’ link looking at the material wood.

Click here for paper.

 

Friday

Maths 

Year 1 - Recap Activities - Day 5: Special Delivery

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video.

Please follow the video, pause where you need to and complete the tasks mentioned.

  • Write the numbers 1-20 on pieces of paper. Select 3 of them and place them in the correct order – greatest to smallest.
  • If you have a dice, please play the final post game with someone in your house. Use the tens frame template sent home in your home learning pack or print off the one that is attached at the bottom of this page. You could colour in the counters or maybe use some small objects at home, such as dry pieces of pasta, to place on top.  

Year 2 - Count Money: Notes and Coins

Click here to watch the White Rose Maths teaching video on counting money in notes and coins.

Complete the worksheet here.

 

English/Phonics

Use the 'Phase 3 Sounds' powerpoint attached to recap all of the Phase 3 sounds that we have been learning this year. Hopefully the familiar images has helped you to remember each sound and the rhymes we use to go with them.

I would like you to open the 'Phase 3 - I spy' activity attached. Use the recording sheet to write down the name of any objects that you can find that have got a phase 3 sound in them.

Example: There is a picture of a fork, that word has the ‘or’ sound in it, write the word fork next to ‘or’ on the recording sheet. If you can’t print off the sheets then look at the pictures on your screen and write down the words in your workbook.

You do not have to do this all in one go, there are lots of pictures and words to write so you may prefer to it over a few days!

Files to Download

Student Login

STAFF LOGIN
PARENT LOGIN
SCHOOL BLOGS