### Year 1 W/c 15th June

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__Week Beginning Monday__ 08.06.2020

__Ongoing: __

Please continue to practise phonics. Phonics Play has great resources for different phases and has brilliant games such as ‘Picnic or Pluto’ and ‘Dragon’s Den’. Please focus on phases 3 and 5 and the sounds that you think/your child thinks they need more practise on.

Please continue to read with your child regularly. Oxford Owl has lots of e-books, which have different levels to suit your child.

__Monday__** 15.06.2020
Phonics:** We have covered the first part of phase 5 tricky words. However, we are going to move onto the second section. The tricky words we would like you to focus on this week are ‘water, where, who and again’. You could practise writing these in numerous ways, such as painting the words, writing them in chalk, using your finger to write the word in a tray of flour, making the word with string, writing the words in bright colours. This will make it more fun and memorable for your child. It is important to remember that these words need to be written a few times when doing this activity. For a challenge, could your child put the words into silly sentences?

**Maths:**Today, we will be focusing on multiplication. This is a term that will be new to your child, as we have not learnt this yet. Show your child what a multiplication sum looks like (EG 5 x 3 =). Discuss that the ‘x’ is what makes it a multiplication sum and this can also be called multiply, times, lots of. Discuss with your child that the first number in the multiplication sentences is how many are in each group and the second number represents how many times the number gets bigger (EG 5 x 3 =,

means 5 getting bigger 3 times). To outline that multiplication has some similarities to addition. Today’s task is focused on repeated addition. To look at the repeated addition worksheet (found at the bottom of the home learning page). Your child will need this explained and shown to them before they do it themselves. For example, if you had 2 cube models of 4, it could be written as 4 + 4 = 8, or it could be written as 4 x 2 = 8. When writing it as a multiplication sum, you count how many there are in one cube model and then how many cube models there are altogether. When your child is completing the worksheet, the number sentence which focuses on multiplication, is the challenge. If your child feels confident enough to complete this then they can, do not feel like they have to do this part.

**Literacy :**

This week in Literacy we will be learning to write our own report about the Flanimal we created on Friday of last week. Each day’s film clip will take you through each part of the report, starting with the title and hook sentence and ending with a description of how your Flanimal shows how it is feeling. You can use your own paper or there is a template included above. How much detail your child writes in each section depends on how confident they are but as a rough guide , we would expect at least two good sentences in each section. Remember to encourage your child to use joining words like and, because, so that or in order to . This will help them add information to their sentences. Eg They have gills so that they can breathe under water. Task 1. Watch Clip and write title and hook sentence- Challenge – Draw your Flanimal in a picture box and write a caption eg This is a LeafHopper.

**Geography.**

For geography this week we are going to return to the home of the SeaSquibber and think about what makes a beach or coastal habitat. Using the link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx882hv/articles/zy38wmn learn about what makes a coastal habitat. Then using the power point talk about whether each location is a coastal habitat and how you know. Challenge -On a sheet included above you should see two coastal habitats. Can you write a sentence saying what is the same about both places and a sentence about what is different?

__Tuesday__** 16.06.2020
Phonics:** This week’s focus in phonics is on contractions (such as, I am being shortened to I’m). We are going to be reading some contractions and having a go at writing some ourselves. Watch the PowerPoint on contractions to look at what they are, see some examples and to have a go at putting the correct contraction into the sentence. Discuss that when a word is written in a contracted form, some letters are taken away and an apostrophe is put in. Show your child the character below and introduce them as Doctor Contraction. Doctor Contraction does operations on words, where he cuts out little parts of the words, because he is trying to help us see how two words can also be used to make a contraction. When Doctor Contraction is doing his operations, he wears a hat, like the one below. Today’s task is for you to make a hat like Doctor Contractions, for you to wear when you’re focusing on contractions this week. Then, you’re going to be like Doctor Contraction and you’re going to look at a contraction and the two words that make up the contraction and you’re going to operate and cut out the letters which are not needed in the contraction. The worksheet for this can be found under the name ‘Tuesday Contractions’.

**Maths: **Today, we are going to continue to focus on multiplication and look at grouping. To go onto https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/, select Week 2, select Lesson 3 – Make Equal Groups and watch the lesson. To then complete the worksheet attached to Lesson 3 – Make Equal Groups.

Literacy:

Task 2 .Watch Clip 2 and learn how to write about your Flanimal’s appearance. Don’t forget to check each sentence for capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and at least one good joining word eg because , so that etc.

**Geography;**

From your knowledge of coastal habitats complete the Twinkle sorting sheet above and decide which creatures belong in each group. Remember to explain each time how you know.

__Wednesday__** 17.06.2020
Phonics: **To carry on learning about contractions. To have your Doctor hat on ready and to complete the contraction worksheet (Contractions Wednesday) and once your child has matched the contraction to the correct words, they then need to say the contraction. For an extension, once they have looked at the contractions and the two words that make up the contraction, they could make what is shown below.

**Maths:** Today’s focus is again with multiplication, with a focus on multiplying using concrete resources. Relook at multiplication number sentences (EG 5 x 3 =) and explain to your child that the first number is how many are in each group and second number is how many groups you need (so 5 x 3 = 3 groups of 5). Today’s task is for the children to be grouping with paper plates (or ordinary plates). You need to tell your child what multiplication sums they need to write out and they need to write it out on a piece of paper, to get them used to using the ‘x’ sign. To focus on multiplying by 2 and 5 and if you feel your child needs a challenge, you can add multiplying by 3 and 4 in too. For example if you had 4 x 3 =, you would need 3 plates and on each plate, you would need to put 4 objects (such as cubes, Lego, pebbles, etc). Once there are 4 objects on each of the 3 plates, you need to count the total amount of objects. So once I had counted them all, I would have counted 12 objects in total. I would then write my answer after the 4 x 3 sum.

Literacy

Task 3.Watch clip 3 and write about your creature’s habitat. If you find ideas difficult to come up with it would be good to first draw the habitat so you can really picture where the creature lives. There is a picture box on the sheet to help you. Remember to check for the essentials when you have finished writing. ( see yesterday’s lesson )

Geography

Today we are going to revise what makes a human or physical feature at a particular location. Physical features are those things in a place which have been naturally created while human features as the name suggests are those things built or made by humans. Have a look at the power point and then look carefully at the coastal habitat above and find three physical and three human features . There is a sheet to record this above .

__Thursday__** 18.06.2020
Phonics: **To complete the contractions matching game (Contractions Matching Pairs Thursday). To then read the text (Thursday letter) and when reading, every time you come across a contraction, put your contraction hat on, then take it off, if you come across another, put it on again and so on. Look out for those apostrophes!

**Maths:**Yesterday, we looked at multiplication using concrete resources. However today, we are going to be using pictorial representations to support us with our multiplication. This will be similar to the grouping yesterday, however your child will be drawing the objects. Before starting the activity, ask your child some key questions we have covered so far for multiplication. For example, what is another name for multiply? When you multiply does the answer become bigger or smaller? Can you draw me a multiplication sign? If I am grouping, what does the first number represent in the sum, is it the number of groups or how many are in the groups? Show your child how to multiply, using the grouping method, pictorially. For example, if you had the sum 5 x 3 =, you would draw three circles on a piece of paper (big enough to draw crosses in) and then in each circle or group, you would draw five crosses in each group, counting aloud as you’re doing so, to ensure you are putting the correct number in the group each time. Once you have drawn 5 crosses in all 3 groups, you count how many crosses in total and this is your answer, which you record after the sum. Once your child is secure with this, write out some multiplication sums focusing on multiplying by 2, 3 and 5 and if your child wants to try multiplying by another number, you can write some multiplication sums for multiplying by 4 as well.

Literacy:

Task 4 – Watch the film clip and write the Diet section of your report ie what your Flanimal eats and drinks. Like before extra details add interest to your report and you can include a picture box and caption.

Geography – Oh Dear ! The SeaSquibbers are not very happy. Look at the pictures in Thursday’s power point and discuss why you think they are unhappy about what has happened to their habitat. Can you think of some dos and don’ts which they might say to people visiting their habitat? Using the sheet above , write these rules so the visitors know what to do?

__Friday__** 19.06.2020
Phonics: **Today, we are going to be reading and writing some contractions. To play the contractions board game (this does not need to be printed off necessarily). Some of the words will be contractions that you need to read and others are two words that make a contraction. When you come across these, say the words and see if you can work out what the contraction is. Once you have done this game, the task is for your child to practise writing some contractions in sentences. They can use the contractions in the game, or some of the contractions on the end of the PowerPoint from Tuesday’s lesson.

**Maths:**Today, we are going to focus on multiplication again, focusing on using pictorial representations. Since this is a new method for the children on a new topic, they will need more practise on this. Ask your child to write out some multiplication sums, to get them practising writing these types of sums. It is up to you which multiplication you think your child needs to do, depending on how secure they are with this learning. For example, it is fine to complete focus on multiplying by 2 and 5 only. However if you feel your child is really confident on this, then they could write multiplication sums for 2, 3, 4 and 5. They then need to answer these sums, using the method learnt in Thursday’s learning. For a challenge, they could write down the repeated addition equivalent for the multiplication sum they are completing. For example, if they’ve worked out using pictorial representations, 3 x 3 = 9, they could then write they repeated addition for this, which is 3 + 3 + 3 = 9.

Literacy

Task 5. Watch the film clip and write the communication section of your report. This is quite a tricky section and it is worth talking through how animals show they are angry or happy first of all. If you have a pet dog or cat start there eg dogs snarl or growl if angry but wag their tails or nuzzle up to you if happy. Have fun finishing your report and don’t forget to upload the finished report to Class Dojo. If you have spare time talk with your child about what they did well in the report and what they would improve for next time.

Geography/ Art.

Design a badge to go in the back of a car which encourages people to keep coastal places clean and tidy so the animals there stay happy! There is a circle format for this above .

ill appear here