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Year 1 lessons w/b 4 th May 2020 Monday 4 th May 2020 Maths- Learning Outcomes: I am learning to add three small numbers. Revise number bonds to 10 and doubles. This will help you when adding three numbers this week, which I will be explaining in more detail later. Once you have practiced number bonds to 10 and doubling numbers, now you are ready to start adding three numbers using these skills. Look at these three numbers: 2, 5, 5 What is the best way to find the total of these three numbers? Can you spot any doubles or number bonds to 10? Well done for spotting double 5. What is double 5? If we know 5 + 5 = 10, then all you have to do is add 2 more. 10 + 2 = 12. You can work this out in a number of different ways. Challenge: Now look at these three numbers: 8 + 3 + 1= Are there any doubles or number bonds in this sum?... No What can we do to work this out if we cannot use our number bonds or doubling number skills? First add 8 and 3. Put the biggest number in your head (8) and then using your fingers add three more. This equals to 11. Now put 11 in your head and add on 1 more. The answer is 12.

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Year 1 lessons w/b 4th May 2020 Monday 4th May 2020 Maths- Learning Outcomes: I am learning to add three small numbers. Revise number bonds to 10 and doubles. This will help you when adding three numbers this week, which I will be explaining in more detail later.

Once you have practiced number bonds to 10 and doubling numbers, now you are ready to start adding three numbers using these skills. Look at these three numbers:

2, 5, 5 What is the best way to find the total of these three numbers? Can you spot any doubles or number bonds to 10? Well done for spotting double 5. What is double 5? If we know 5 + 5 = 10, then all you have to do is add 2 more. 10 + 2 = 12. You can work this out in a number of different ways. Challenge: Now look at these three numbers: 8 + 3 + 1= Are there any doubles or number bonds in this sum?... No What can we do to work this out if we cannot use our number bonds or doubling number skills? First add 8 and 3. Put the biggest number in your head (8) and then using your fingers add three more. This equals to 11. Now put 11 in your head and add on 1 more. The answer is 12.

Using these skills, work out the answers to the following sums in your exercise books. Note: There are Easy, Middle or hard sums. Pick the one that suits you and try to challenge yourself. Easy Middle Hard 2+2+1= 4+4+2= 3+3+3= 2+2+6= 5+5+4= 6+4+1= 2+8+3=

7+3+2= 5+3+5 = 4+4+4= 8+2+5= 5+5+4= 6+3+4= 5+5+5=

6+4+11= 4+3+11= 12+4+4= 6+9+4= 8+2+10= 4+1+14= 3+3+13=

Break Phonics-Go through the sounds on sound chart given to you in week one. Review sounds-read them speedily. Today’s focus sound is ‘igh’ (fly high). Show the YouTube clip-Geraldine the Giraffe to see how many things Geraldine can find around the house featuring the ‘igh’ sound.

Practise reading green words (Note: green words are words that they can sound out). Then write them in your exercise books. Don't forget to date and title your work.

Practise reading red words: (Note: red words are words that you cannot sound out-they just have to learn them)-Review these everyday until the children know how to read them. Write them in your exercise books.

Can you spell words with the ‘igh’ sound. Then extend to write a sentence using words with ‘igh’.

Challenge activity. Copy the sentences in your exercise books:

Can they make up some alien words using the ‘igh’ sound? (Note: alien words are nonsense words-They are made up words.

Lunch

Reading-Read for half an hour-a book of your choice. Read to somebody if possible. If you read your book independently then tell someone what the book was about. PE- P.E with Joehttps://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/pe-with-joe-28th-april Tuesday 5th May 2020 Maths- Learning Outcomes: I am learning to add three small numbers. Adding three small numbers using doubles or number bonds.

Easy Challenge 5 + 5 + 2 = 6 + 3 + 7 = 4 + 6 + 9 = 1 + 5 + 5 = 2 + 2 + 5 = 7 + 4 + 6 = 3 + 3 + 2 = 1 + 1 + 8 =

8 + 8 + 2 = 2 + 8 + 5 = 9 + 1 + 6 = 3 + 8 + 3 = 4 + 8 + 8 = 7 + 7 + 1 = 3 + 3 + 3 = 9 + 9 + 7 =

Break Phonics- Go through the sounds on sound chart given to you in week one. Review sounds-read them speedily. Today’s focus sound is the ‘ie’ sound (A fried pie). This is a different way of saying the igh sound. Also ie can be split up which we will cover in tomorrows phonics lesson.

Show the YouTube clip-Geraldine the Giraffe to see how many things Geraldine can find around the house featuring the long ‘ie’ sound.

Practise reading green words (Note: green words are words that they can sound out): pie, tie, dried, lie, lied, fries, lies, die, cried, spied, tried

Practise reading red words: (Note: red words are words that you cannot sound out-they just have to learn them)-Review these everyday until the children know how to read them.

Extension: Can you spell words with the long ‘ie’ sound. Then extend to write a sentence using words with ‘ie’.

Can you make up some alien words using the ‘ie’ sound? (Note: alien words are nonsense words-They are made up words.

Lunch

Reading-Comprehension activity. Complete one of the following comprehension activities. There is an easy, middle or hard one for you to choose from. Read the text and answer the questions in your exercise books.

Easy

Middle

Hard

R.E- Our new R.E topic this term is all about Islam. The big question is ‘What does it mean to be a Muslim?’ Learning Objective: I can reflect on what a story might show about Muslim beliefs. First listen to the story called ‘Amira’s Totally Chocolate World’. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaHYNIf44OM Once you have listened to the story think about the following things:

• How did the characters feel at the beginning / end of the story? • What is the message of the story?

The message: Amira loves chocolate so much that every night before she goes to sleep, she asks God to make everything chocolate. On Eid ul-Fitr, she wakes up to find a totally chocolate world! At first she loves her new world, but when she discovers that she misses all the beautiful colours in nature, she realizes that God, the Creator, knows best. Chocolate: it’s undeniably irresistible, and in one form or another, adored by many. This book is brilliant to refer to when children ask for things, and want things their way, the book lets us figure out for ourselves that maybe having things the way Allah has made them is the best way.

What is Eid ul-Fitr? Eid ul Fitr is a Muslim holiday celebrated when Ramadan, the month of fasting, finishes. Muslims do not fast on Eid ul-Fitr as it is not allowed. When the new moon is seen after month of Ramadan,the next day is Eid ul-Fitr. After the Eid Prayer, The Muslim greet each other. Activity: Design a new front cover for the story. Wednesday 6th May 2020 Maths- Learning Outcomes: I am learning to add three small numbers.

How many eggs did the Little Red Hen find altogether?

n  To find the total amount do we add or take away?

n  Which number do we add next?

I can check my answer using another strategy.

What other way can you work it out?

n  Put the highest number in your head. n  Add on the next highest number using your fingers n  Remember to jump on! What do you land on? n  Put that number in your head and add on the next

number. What number do you land on?

Break Phonics Go through the sounds on sound chart given to you in week one. Review sounds-read them speedily. Today’s focus is the ie sound. However sometimes this diagraph is split up.

LI: I can add 3 numbers together using different strategies.

n  The Rat has been finding pieces of cheese around the farmyard. He has found 4 pieces in the kitchen, 5 pieces on the tractor and 10 pieces in the stables.

n  4 pieces 5 pieces 10 pieces

LI: I can add 3 numbers together to find the total amount.

n  Which is the highest number?

4 5 10 Can you work with your partner to add the three

on with your fingers? How do we write it as a number sentence?

Extension

n  The Hen found 24 eggs and the Rat found 19 pieces of cheese.

n  Which number is an even number? n  Which number is an odd number? n  Prove it!

They are special friends who were talking too much in class that they had to be split up. A letter goes between them. We call this a split diagraph.

So today’s focus ‘i-e’. (nice smile) Show the YouTube clip-Geraldine the Giraffe to see how many things Geraldine can find around the house featuring the ‘i-e’ sound. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9JSTYL7vyc

Practise reading green words (Note: green words are words that they can sound out):

Practise reading red words: (Note: red words are words that you cannot sound out-they just have to learn them)-Review these everyday until the children know how to read them.

Can you spell words with the ‘i-e’ sound. Then extend to write a sentence using words with ‘i-e’.

Further challenge:

Can you make up some alien words using the ‘i-e’ sound? (Note: alien words are nonsense words-They are made up words.

Lunch

Use this 100 square to add 10 to a 2-digit number. Remember, when adding 10 more you go down the square. Find the number 15. 10 more in the number below 15, which is 25. So 10 more than 15 is 25. Now find 10 more than 28. Which number is bellow 28? 38. Therefore 10 more than 28 is 38. Answer the following sums in your exercise books, using the 100 square to help you. 11+10 = 12+10= 10+10= 13+10= 22+10= 34+10= 44+10=

Extra sums for you to complete: 55+10= 57+10= 66+10= 68+10= 71+10 80+10= 90+10=

Break Phonics- Learning Objective: To use capital letters for proper nouns. https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/to-use-capital-letters-for-proper-nouns-year-1-wk2-3

Recap on all the a-e sounds we have learnt this week in this video and you will be learning about using capital letters for proper nouns.

Lunch

Reading- Read these alien words and write them in your exercise books. Can you underline all the special friends in the words? Special friends are

two letters making one sound. So for example in the word chin, ‘ch’ are special friends because together they make 1 sound.

Topic- Our topic this term is ‘Why can’t a Meerkat live in the north Pole?’ L.O: I can identify hot and cold colours. Today we are going to be creating a picture using hot and cold colours. What are hot colours? Red, orange, yellow What are cold colours? Blue, purple, green

Create your own sun and moon picture. On the moon side colour it in cold colours and on the sun side, colour it in warm colours. Computing- Watch this video and learn about what an Algorithm is. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z3tbwmn/articles/z3whpv4 Activity: Write down what an algorithm is. Can you make up your own algorithm? It could be a set of instructions of how to make a cake or how to brush your teeth. Friday 8th May 2020 Maths-Learning Outcomes: I can solve word problems involving added 3 1-digit numbers. To help you solve the word problems you need to:

• Read the question. • Write down the three numbers you need to add. • Work it out using the knowledge and skills learnt this week.

EASY MIDDLE HARD

Tom had 3 coins in a piggy bank. His dad gave him 2 more coins as pocket money. His mum gave him 7 more. How many coins does he have now?

Tom had 12 coins in a piggy bank. His dad gave him 5 more coins as pocket money. His mum gave him 6 more. How many coins does he have now?

Tom had 26 coins in a piggy bank. His dad gave him 6 more coins as pocket money. His mum gave him 3 more. How many coins does he have now?

A packet has 5 sweets inside. How many sweets would there be in 3 packets?

A packet has 6 sweets inside. How many sweets would there be in 3 packets?

A packet has 7 sweets inside. How many sweets would there be in 3 packets?