We hope you have fun learning about animals over the next few weeks. We have added some ideas for you to explore learning about our first focus animal - the orangutan.
If you would prefer to look at another animal or do some different activities - that is OK too! Just remember to tweet and e-mail what you have been doing so you can be entered into the competition for the most engaged learner!
Keep checking Twitter for some more ideas and to see what the rest of year 1 have been doing.
UPDATED HOME LEARNING
We hope you and your family are keeping well and had an enjoyable half term. As part of our plans to support remote teaching and learning, we wanted to let you know we are now using resources from Oak National Academy. The way that you access these lessons will be the same as before. Each day go into the daily rainbow and the lessons that Year 1 Teachers have selected will be there.
What is Oak National Academy?
Oak National Academy is an online classroom that has been created by teachers specifically to support pupils learning at home. It is backed by the Department for Education.
How are lessons taught?
Each lesson is delivered by a trained teacher, with a pre-recorded video, and it is made very clear at the start of each session anything you might need (such as pens, paper etc). The lessons are designed to need minimal supervision. Each lesson can be paused and rewound to help pupils learn at their own pace. The lessons include quizzes, worksheets and creative activities to engage your child.
How do I share my child's work with a teacher?
Take a screen shot of your child's work or a photo of your child working and email it or share it on Twitter
Each Thursday at 11 am Oak Academy hold and online assembly. These provide opportunities to hear form some inspirational guest speakers, including the first British astronaut, the cast of the Lion King and the Archbishop of Canterbury. You will find links to these assemblies in Thursday's rainbows.
Oak Activity Club
Some days with feature activities from the Activity Club. These activities will hopefully keep your child active and engaged. The activities feature cook-a-longs, debating and arts activities.
If you need any help/support with your child's learning or have any questions. Please email me at: email@example.com
2. Practice your spellings on Spelling Shed
3. Go onto Get Epic
4. Play some games on phonics play
5. Get fresh air and relax for well being.
6. Spend time talking with your family.
Also you can go onto Education city where you can access Maths, English and Science activities.
Week Beginning - Monday 6th April
We will not be setting any new work for the next 2 weeks as this is the Easter Holidays. However if you are still looking for some work to do, you could use this as an opportunity to catch up on any learning tasks that you might have missed, or try some online games and clips from the home learning section of the website. Don’t forget if you need to contact us, please do so on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a lovely Easter Break.
Daily tasks: Thursday 26th March
Our magic number of the day is 15. How many different ways can you make 15? (E.g. 20-5=15)
Could you use real life objects to show your findings and Tweet us?
You could then play addition and subtraction games on Topmarks. 😊
Read one of your favourite books to your grownup. Can you retell them the story once you have read it? 😊
Play ‘Grab a giggling grapheme’ on PhonicsPlay with Phase 3 sounds- ai, ee, igh, oa.
Can you click on the alien that matches the sound?
Challenge: Can you think of any words that contain that sound?
Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) will be doing his daily workout on his YouTube channel ‘Body Coach TV’ at 9am! Don’t miss it- us teachers have been joining in too! 😉 Or you may want to have a boogie to a GoNoodle video- also on YouTube.
Have you chosen a country from around the world yet? If so, think about the food that you would like to eat if you got to visit this country. Perhaps you could design a menu? Don’t forget to Tweet any of your gorgeous work! (@RiceLanePrimary)
Daily tasks: Wednesday 25th March
How many ways can you make the number 12?
Look below to find an example we made earlier for 10.
Enjoy some reading for pleasure time with a grown up in your house.
Could you draw a picture of a character from the story and tell us a little bit about them?
Have a go at Picnic on Pluto on Phonics Play. Can you sound out and read the real and nonsense words and give them to the correct alien? Choose one of our tricky phase 5 sounds. Can you make up some silly sentences using some of the words you read?
Don’t forget to tune in to today’s latest workout from The Body Coach! Or, if you need some calm down time why not try some cosmic yoga. There are lots of different themes to choose from: https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga
Have you started to learn about a country from around the world? Remember it could be somewhere we already learnt about in class. Could you make a picture or model of a famous landmark from your chosen country?
Tuesday 24th March
Join Joe Wicks at the Body Coach You Tube at 9am for his daily P.E. Being active is so important and a great way get motivated to start your day. This can be accessed through smarttv, laptop, phone, tablet etc. See yesterday's tasks for link.
Reading: Snuggle and read a book to your grown up. Can you read them your key words?
Get 10 cheerios, sweets, teabags, whatever you can find! How many different ways can you make 10? Can you write the number sentence to show how many you had in total?
Now try with 20 .... did you find any patterns?
Play a game of buried treasure (we have worked up to phase 5) on phonicsplay. Can you soundtalk the words to your grown up as you put them in the trash or treasure? Remember to not let those trickster digraph and trigraphs trip you up! Can you write down some of those tricky digraphs and trigraphs for your grown ups so they don't get tricked too!
Complete a writing challenge from your home learning project.
Feel free to tweet any of your home learning. We would love to see what you have been up to.
Monday 23rd March - Home Learning
Welcome to our year 1 home learning page. Please find below your learning challenges for today.
Maths: Play Addition Impossible on https://www.educationcity.com/
go to Maths - Year 1.
English: Complete phonics activity map attached.
Geography: Can you identify and find the seven continents on a map?
Physical Activity : Joe Wicks, the Body Coach, is doing a live Kids workout at 9am every day to enjoy whilst at home! If you can't access it live, you can go to the YouTube channel and access his workouts at a time to suit you.
Go to his YouTube channel following this link...
Music/PHSE: At 2pm every day, Rock Kidz will also be streaming a session on their YouTube channel. Go to their YouTube channel by following this link...
We hope this will keep you fully informed of activities and events happening in Year 1. We will also use this webpage to give parents the best information of how to support the learning and development of your child when at home, to compliment school activities.
Please also follow us on Twitter @Year1RiceLane.
Year 1 Staff
1W Teacher - Miss Wynne
1K Teacher - Mrs Kelly
1DH Teachers - Mrs Dean and Mrs Hunter
Year 1 Support Staff
Mrs Carey and Mrs Campbell
Spelling homework will be sent home on a Friday to return back to school on the following Thursday.
The spelling test itself will be on Thursdays.
Math's homework is sent on a Friday to be returned on a Tuesday.