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Hello!

Below is the home learning for those children who are working from home at the moment.

This week, we are launching our Year group Loom videos. An adult at home should have received details of how to access your Loom account. Once you log on  you will be able to watch and listen to your Year group welcome and run through your learning for each day as well as some English and Maths session starters. You can watch the daily videos via the links below. They will be uploaded daily and available from 9.30am each day.

Remember you can call the school office for a paper pack of all the work if you prefer. Complete your work in the Home learning book you were given over lockdown. If you require another one, please don’t hesitate to ask. Send in your work to year1homework@sandylands.lancs.sch.uk

Morning Welcome Loom videos are below – click on the link 

Friday 15th https://www.loom.com/share/08f676e765cd4b339bf81e7f63285f17

English 
English Loom videos are below – click on the link

Monday – https://www.loom.com/share/c07d0d9d59a247e0a48213a496665875

Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/share/7ec62f92b90a493bbb1dc4c74a33c991

Wednesday https://www.loom.com/share/9ae3ba9d28954ea89b72e69dd23f1ce2 

Thursday https://www.loom.com/share/8013dc1d92a24c2cad4f3d9b913986b8

Friday https://www.loom.com/share/59bdc3b5ae9d40b390a46d8637b98c9

Below is the activities for the week and some information on how best to support your child with the English activities. There will be a loom video each day to outline the activities for the day too.

The Princess and the Pea Plan and book

Printable version below

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/The-Princess-and-the-Pea-Plan-and-book.pdf

There are some resources you will need for Monday and Friday’s session – click on the links below to access these

Monday’s writing activity-wanted poster

fridays activity – wedding guest list

Phonics 

Watch the loom videos underneath to access our Phonics session

 

 

Maths 

Maths Loom videos are below – click on the link 

Monday – https://www.loom.com/share/9610395233674f7d89a68aad77982b57

Tuesday – https://www.loom.com/share/874f801538384a3492231182690b255c

Wednesday – https://www.loom.com/share/4414cdbb3c76407d99b80c19bfdd8b14

Thursday – https://www.loom.com/share/95bf4fc2d6484bb1a5907da4805f3770

Friday https://www.loom.com/share/3eb39f3dd92e4c9dba0247d540d40c80

 Session 1 Monday
Watch the loom video above and then complete the tasks below

Objective: To be able to compare height and length using key terminology.

SHOW -See LOOM video

DO Task 1 – Maths no Problem work sheet 1 pages 153 – 156 – click on the link below to access the activities

Maths No Problem - Comparing length and heights (1)

Pintable version below

Maths No Problem – Comparing length and heights (1)

Session 2 Tuesday 

Watch the daily loom video and then complete the tasks underneath

Objective: To be able to measure objects using other items as non-standard units of measure, such as pencils or paper clips.

SHOW See LOOM video

DO Task 1 – Maths no Problem pages 157 – 160

 

Maths No Problem - Comparing length and heights (1)

Pintable version below

Maths No Problem – Comparing length and heights (1)

Session 3 Wednesday 

Watch the daily loom video and then complete the tasks underneath

Objective: To be able to measure the height and length of items using parts of the body.

SHOW See daily LOOM video

DO Task 1 – Maths no Problem page page 161

Maths No Problem - Comparing length and heights (1)

Pintable version below

Maths No Problem – Comparing length and heights (1)

 

Session 4 Thursday 

Watch the daily loom video and then complete the tasks underneath

Objective: To be able to understand the concept of using rulers for measuring height and length.

SHOW See daily LOOM video

DO Task 1 – Maths no problem pages 162 – 163 and Mind workout p164

 

Session 5 Friday 

Watch the daily loom video and then complete the tasks underneath

Objective: To be able to apply knowledge of length and height to solve problems.

SHOW See daily  LOOM video

DO task – Maths no problem pages 165 – 168

 

 

White rose Addional wroksheet 1

Printable version

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/White-rose-Addional-wroksheet-1.pdf

 

 

White rose Additional worksheet 2

 

 

Printable version

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/White-rose-Additional-worksheet-2.pdf

 

 

White rose adiitional Worksheet 4

 

 

Printable version

https://www.sandylands.lancs.sch.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/White-rose-adiitional-Worksheet-4.pdf

 

 

Science

Key Knowledge Questions  / Key Knowledge / Key Skills  What was the local weather like in Morecambe in November?

Key Vocabulary Weather, record, chart, observe, sunny, rainy, cloudy, sleet, snowy.

Learning activities Look at the weather symbols and discuss what they represent (previous learning).

Look at the chart we recorded in November. Remind the children that we recorded the days of the week that we were in school.

 

 

November weather chart and questions

 

Printable version below

November weather chart and questions

 

Answer the questions about the weather chart taken from the loom video (welcome).

Begin to record the weather for the remainder of January. We will use this to interpret and compare November’s weather.

 

 

January weather chart

 

 

Printable version below

January weather chart

Watch a weather report on TV.

 

Geography 

This week we are linking with our Science work on the weather.

Key Knowledge Questions  / Key Knowledge / Key Skills How does the weather affect us?

To understand the impact of weather on our lives in the context of the weather of the UK.

I can describe how the weather can affect us.

Key Vocabulary  Weather, the UK, changes, seasons, daily or day to day, weather recording, observation (looking), temperature, weather types (sun, rain, thunder, snow, wind etc).

Learning Activity Look at the photographs of the different types of weather. Discuss what you can and cannot do in these weathers

Which is your favourite weather and why?

How does the weather affect what we wear? Complete the attached activity – sorting the clothes for different weathers in the UK.

 

Art

KKQ / Key Knowledge / Key Skills  How can you use straight and curved lines to draw a familiar object?

To draw carefully in line from observation, recording shapes and positioning all marks/features with some care.

Can hold and use drawing tools such as pencils and crayons using them with some dexterity and control to investigate marks and represent their observation, memories and ideas with purpose/intention.

Key Vocabulary  Line Tone Pressure Shade Dark Light Shadow Soft Curve Straight Wavy

Learning activity  Think about the lines and shapes that you drew last week. Find a cup with a handle and observe where the curved and straight lines are.  Have a go at drawing the cup. Now repeat using a bottle or something similar with curved and straight lines.

Observe the differences in height, shape and line.

Put a group of the cups and bottles together (2-3) and have a go at drawing the objects. Remember to observe carefully and compare the sizes and shapes compared to each other.

R.E 

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KKQ / Key Knowledge / Key Skills Judaism
What do some people do because they believe in God?    To consider their experience of a special meal and place.

Key Vocabulary Meal, invitation, experience, special, celebration, dinner, table settings, menu.

Learning Activity  Discuss a time that you have had a special meal at home.
When would this take place? a special occasion?
What is different about this meal? Do you have a tablecloth, candles, special plates etc?

Plan a special meal and decide the most appropriate place to have it.

This can be a practical activity or a draw/write activity.
Write an invitation, inviting your family to the meal.
Design a menu for your special meal.
What food would you eat?

Next week we will look at the Jewish celebration of Shabbat and compare to your own experiences.

 

PE 

KKQ / Key Knowledge / Key Skills How can I control a ball by rolling? To use control and accuracy with the basic actions for rolling
To understand. the concept of tracking and getting in line with a ball to receive it.  To understand the concepts of aiming.

Key Vocabulary Rolling Space Balance Opposite foot forward Tracking Aiming Pace of the Ball

Learning Activity  Place objects around the area you are using (such as teddies, toys, cushions or something similar that won’t break)
Use a small ball and stand beside an object of their choice. Aim to send the ball to an adjacent object.
You get one point for every object they hit. Each time they follow the ball to its target and from here to another target.
How many cones can they strike in 1 minute?

TRACKING THE BALL
Roll the ball into a space and follow and collect the ball, repeating several times.
Roll the ball into a space and chase to get in front of the ball to allow it to roll through their legs.
Roll the ball into a space and chase to get in front of the ball to face it and stop the ball. GATEWAY
Rearrange objects so that they are positioned a metre apart to form a gateway.
Selects a gateway and practises sending and receiving through a gateway.
How many times can you pass the ball through the gateway in a minute?
Move around the area making passes through the gateways.
How many gateways can you pass the ball through in 1 minute?
Can you improve this score?

JOE WICKES IS BACK!
Joe Wickes has announced that he will be back doing 3 live workouts per week. 9am on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

They will be 20 mins long and designed for children. Join in with your family to keep you active.

Workouts start on Monday 11th January.

PSHE and Values

Our value for this half term is hope – Discuss what this means and how we could show it at home and in the community.

Learn about what rules are, why they are needed, and why different rules are needed for different situations.

Think about what a rule is.
What rules do we have already at home or school? e.g. class rules, school rules, household rules, environmental rules etc.

Why do we need to follow rules?

Discuss the rules that we are following as a nation at the moment and why we need these and how these rules might change?

 

 

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