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Camrose

Primary School

 

English

Topic

Activity

Full stops and capital letters

Practise putting in the full stops and capital letters into the correct places in the sentences.

Remember we use capital letters for places, names, and at the beginning of sentences.

 

Put in the correct punctuation question marks, capital letters, full stops

Punctuation

You can also write your own sentences for children to correct using the above punctuation.

‘er’ ‘est’ words

Comparing

Fred, Sally and Andy were in a race.

Fred came 2nd

Sally came last

Andy came 1st

 

Who was faster Sally or Fred?

Who was fastest?

Write a sentence using either est or er to compare Fred and Andy.

 

Can you write these words using er and est

Rich                                     Tall

Small                                   soft

Big                                        old

Warm                                  loud

 

Can you write sentence using each word including the er and est. For example; My sister is the oldest but I am older than my brother. My nan is old.

Spelling correction

Look at these sentences and the circled spelling can you correct the tricky words and the common exception words.

Spelling

‘ed’ words

Using ed for past tense

Look I can hop!

Yesterday I hopped.

 

Can you add ‘ed’ to the following words and write your own past tense sentences.

Skip                                 paint

Wish                                play

Wash                               ask

talk                                   pick

 

Can you think of any more action words you can add ‘ed’ to.

Write the sentences for your new words.

‘ing’ words

Use the following words to add ‘ing’ to and write sentences for each word. For example;

Play

Tom likes to play.

Tom is playing football.

Eat                             talk

Buzz                          sing

Help                           cook

Cry                             jump

 

Can you think of any more ‘ing’ words? Can you write a sentence?

‘un’ words

When we add un to a word it makes it opposite for example;

Kind – unkind

Friendly – unfriendly

What do the words mean?

 

Write these words using the ‘un’ prefix.

Can you write what they mean?

Can you write sentences for each word?

Load                                   button

Dress                                  fold

Well                                    fair

Lock                                    lucky

Can you think of any more ‘un’ words?

Unscramble sentences

Write sentences on to a piece of paper, cut out the words individually and mix them up. Ask your child to put the sentence into order so it makes sense.

Remind children about punctuation and where it goes for example capital letter at the beginning, full stop at the end, then they can fill in the middle.

 

I can see a purple pig sitting in the sticky mud.

I love to bake cakes with the children.

Where are you going to little brown mouse?

Go for a long walk in the blazing sun and you will feel better.

Don’t go in there!

Go and play in the cold sea and bring me back a shell, sand and a bucket of water.

Use the pink pen.

Can you write a story about a monster?

Fred and Robert went to go and see the doctor yesterday.

On Friday I am going to see my friends Paul, Jamie and Louise and we are going to the adventure playground.

 

You can make up other sentences for lots of practise.

Questions marks

When you write or ask a question you have to remember your question words; when, what, how, why, how, who. There are also other words that can be used as question words; can, what if, which, is, are and do.

 

Can you ask your family some questions and write these down?

If you could meet your favourite cartoon character what would you ask?

If you could talk to your teacher right now what would you ask?

If you could talk to your favourite book character what would you ask?

Using ‘and’

Using and to join two sentences. And is a conjunction which means it is a joining word.

Using and

Plurals

Adding s or es when there is more than one.

You add es to a word when there is a sh, ch, ss, s, x, z sounds at the end of the word.

 

Make these words plurals.

Dog                      church

Pencil                   buzz

Cat                        wash

glass                     catch

Extra activities

Summer English booklet

 

Test yourself!

Mat 1

Mat 2

Mat 3

Mat 4

Mat 5

 

Reading and phonics

Please continue reading and using you tube to help with phonic sounds.

Phonic lessons

Please access the lessons on the website under the tab ‘phonics’. This link gives daily lessons in phase 3 and 5 please choose the phase relevant for your child.

Play phonics

Children in year 1 attend extra phonic lessons with Sammy sounds. To access some great resources use the ‘play phonics’ tab on the website.

Phonic lessons- Great lessons to help children with their phonic sounds.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ/videos

Speed Sounds Set 1 - for children in Nursery and Reception and children who are new to English

  • Set 1 Speed Sounds 9.30 am (BST)
  • Set 1 Word Time 9.45 am
  • Set 1 Spelling 10.00 am
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Speed Sounds Set 2 - for children in Reception that can read Set 1 Speed Sounds and for children in Year 1 and 2

  • Set 2 Speed Sounds and Word Time 10.00 am
  • Set 2 Spelling 10.15am
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Speed Sounds Set 3 - for children in Year 1 and 2 that can read Set 2 Speed Sounds

  • Set 3 Speed Sounds and Word Time 10.30 am
  • Set 3 Spelling 10.45 am

 

Reading comprehension

Read the text and answer the questions

Seaside

Helicopter

Sunflowers

Planet Zog

How to make teachers disappear

Earthquake

 

Please Log on to rising stars website for allocated reading and comprehension. Below are the instructions:

 

How to Login to My Rising Stars - my.risingstars-uk.com 

Username – SAME AS your MATHLETICS username

Password – SAME AS your MATHLETICS password

 School centre ID – 186529

 

Select the resource - You will see buttons for each of the resources. Click on the button to open it.
Click here for further information on using Cracking Comprehension https://app.sasapps.co.uk/uploads/resources2/2038ddf4c274029f31df24b8d0478b80352d9da9.pdf

Click here for further information on using Reading Planet Online KS1

https://www.risingstars-uk.com/media/Rising-Stars/Series%20Images/Reading%20Planet/Pupil_user_guide.pdf

Activities- Once you log into Cracking Comprehension, you will be able to see the activities that have been assigned to you and the date that they need to be completed by. We are able to monitor your progress, check answers, mark longer answers and give you feedback for each of your tasks. Good luck!

Logging onto Reading Planet Online KS1 gives you access to an online library. Each eBook features an optional audio recording (with each word highlighted as it is read) and a variety of quizzes to check your understanding of what you have read.

 

PSHE

https://families.jigsawpshe.com/stuck-at-home

These are stories that explore dreams and goals, roles in families, people’s strengths and feelings, how brothers and sisters get on together etc.

Listen to the stories and discuss together.

PE

Joe Wicks films live exercise you tube videos every day at 9am.

This will be a great way to get motivated for the home learning school day.

 

 

Maths

Topic

Activity

Recap

Please continue with Mathletics.

Please continue with hit the button game to improve children’s fluency.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Using a ruler

Using a ruler, measure objects around your house to see how long or short they are.

What unit do we use when measuring?

Can you write your measurements down?

Remember to start your measuring at the 0cm on the ruler (some rulers may start at the end)

Can you write some sentences comparing your objects?  For example; the pencil is longer than the rubber.

Word problems

When working through word problems you need to look at what information you know and underline it so you remember. If you need you can draw dots to help you, use a number line or write the number sentence.

Here is an example;

I have 5 sweets and I give one to my friend Sally. How many do I have left?

So you know I start with 5 and I give 1 away so I am subtracting. The number sentence would look like 5-1= and the answer would be 4.

Addition and subtraction

Place value

Number bonds to 20

In year 1 children should know their number bonds to 10 by heart.

0+10= 10, 1+9=10, 2+8=10, 3+7=10, 4+6=10, 5+5=10, 6+4=10, 7+3=10, 8+2=10, 9+1=10, 10+0=10

Children also need to use these facts to recognise number bonds to 20. The number bonds help children with addition and subtraction.

Write number bonds on to pieces of paper and cut them up children have to match the numbers together. Keep reciting number bonds together.

0+20= 20, 11+9=20, 12+8=20, 13+7=20, 14+6=20, 15+5=20, 16+4=20, 17+3=20, 18+2=20, 19+1=20, 20+0=20

Now link this to subtraction. For example; what is 20-7= children should know that 7 and 13 make 20 so 20 – 7 equals 13.

100 square addition and subtraction

https://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/splat/splatsq100.html

Using the 100 square splat ask children to add and subtract different numbers. For example; 89-4=, 45+5= etc

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths mats- Test your knowledge

Use these to see where the children may need help.

Maths mat 1

Maths mat 2

Maths mat 3

Maths mat 4

Maths mat 5

 

History- Victorian schools

https://primaryfacts.com/9/facts-about-victorian-schools-and-classrooms/

Use this website to learn about what schools were like in the Victorian times.

Can you draw or make a 3D model of a Victorian classroom using the information you found out.

How is it different from your classroom today?

BBC Bitesize

As an additional resource BBC Bitesize are also doing daily lessons for your children to access.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1

There is a weekly Friday maths challenge that children can complete and the answers are published on the following Monday.

DT

We have been learning all about healthy foods. Have a go at making a delicious summer treat.

It is called a yogurt parfait. 

 

Ingredients

3 cup yogurt, plain

3 cup strawberries

1 cup granola

1 tablespoon maple syrup, pure

Instructions

Place the yogurt in a small mixing bowl, and add the maple syrup. Stir to combine.

Wash and slice the strawberries.

Set out 3 large glasses (or more, to make smaller servings.)

Layer the yogurt, granola, and berries in each dish.

Serve immediately.

You can use this healthy idea or use one of your own healthy recipes. Have fun!

On the school website there are also other healthy cooking ideas under the ‘Let’s get cooking’ tab. The ideas will help you to learn about different healthy foods and how to stay safe in the kitchen. Give some a go!

Science

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item1162014/grade1/index.html?source=subject-Science-KS1-Science-Resource%20types

Use the espresso link to learn about seasons. Watch the videos and complete the activities.

Can you identify the seasons?

Can you sort the seasons?

Can you sort the trees?

Geography

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zyhp34j/articles/z4v3jhv

We have previously learnt about the UK. We learnt what countries make up the UK and what their capital cities
are. We learnt some key information about each place, can you remember what you learnt?

What is the national flower of each country?

Who is the Saint and when is their Saint day?

What do the flags look like? Can you draw them?

What is the country’s national animal?

Can you tell a family member an interesting fact about each country?

Please recap and research these questions with your children.

Religious education

We have previously learnt about Sikhism and what they believe children can recap this on BBC bitesize.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z7gjmp3/resources/1

 

The five K’s

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z4sb9j6

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zvn34wx

What clubs do you belong to? Do you wear any special outfits when you go to the club? Why is this outfit special? What does it show? Talk to your child about what they wear and what we look like shows what is important to us and the values we have. For example; our school uniform shows which school we belong to, it shows unity.

Do you know of any other people who wear uniforms?

Conduct research about Ramadan and produce a poster with what you learnt.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zn6sb9q

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpdtsbk/articles/zjc2bdm

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zm3b87h

http://projectbritain.com/calendar/August/Ramadan.html

 

What is Ramadan?

Who celebrates Ramadan?

When does Ramadan happen?

Can you tell me another interesting fact.