Summer 1 Home Learning Week 1
I miss you all and hope to see you all again soon.
Before the Easter holidays, you were asked to complete the Year 1, Week 1 learning resources on the White Rose Maths website. The link was: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
You learnt more about:
- weight and mass
- measuring mass
- comparing mass
- capacity and volume
- measuring capacity
Maths Work – Week beginning Monday 20th April
This week, please follow the Summer Term, week 1 learning on the White Rose Maths website. The link is the same as above. You will learn more about how to:
- Make doubles
- Make equal groups (grouping)
- Make equal groups (sharing)
- Find a half
- Lesson 5 will be a challenge to complete!
Watch the learning videos for each lesson and then complete the activity which links to this. Once you have done this, you can mark your work with the answers. If you have made a mistake, have another go and see if you can figure out where you went wrong.
This is what the link looks like:
Is there a theme, Christmas, Easter, Ramadan, Hanukkah, Vaisakhi?
Make: Together, decide how to create a flap through which the money box can be opened. Your child can then decorate the outside of the 'box'.
Learning outcomes: Collecting, assembling and combining materials, cutting, painting, gluing and sticking.
4) What phrase best describes where she lives? Tick the best one.
o Sunny and hot
o Wet and rainy
o Windy and snowy
6) Name three animals that stole fruit from her basket
‘Handa put seven delicious fruits in a basket…’
9) Write the following events to show the order that they happened in the story.
- Handa put seven delicious fruits in her basket .
- Handa said “ I wonder if she will like the round juicy orange”
- She set off to Akeyo’s village.
- “Tangerines!” said Akeyo “ My favourite fruit.”
- Pick an animal from the story
- Draw it in your book or print out a picture of it
- Around the animal write adjectives to describe it.
- These should be written around the outside of the elephant.
- Then write a sentence to describe the elephant from the story. You could include the fruit he stole too. Remember to use some adjectives to make your writing more interesting.
- Take it in turns to move in different way around the house or in the garden.
- Explore different ways of moving and have some fun together!
- You could take it in turns and have a race or competition. e.g Who can skip to the end of the garden and back? Who can slither on their tummy the furthest?
- Explain that this is a verb.
- It is an action.
- Next to yesterday's work write a verb that would describe how the animal would move
- Parents: Talk to your child about the importance of using appropriate words. For example: an elephant wouldn't tiptoe, he would stomp.
- Then can they write a sentence using an adjective and verb about the animal from the story?
- Example: The slimy, scaly snake, slithered quietly and stole a juicy green apple from the basket.
- You can play a game online.
- Click the link
- Select year 3 (there isn't a year 1)
- Have a go! How many can you get correct?