Home Learning Pack 04.05.20
Summer 1 Week 3
Would Peter Rabbit like to live at Sutton Lawn....?
We are going to carry on with our learning about plants, this week we will be learning about wild plants, we will name some wild plants and think about how they get there. There is a super 'wild plant' game to play an we would love you to create a picture of your favourite flower. The books we are focusing on this week in English are 'The Rabbit Problem', which will link with our work about seasons and a non-fiction book called 'Plants for dinner'.
Daily Maths and English
White Rose Maths Lessons
The creators are live on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at 10am every week day, answering questions about the daily video. If you choose to complete the maths lesson at a different time and require support, please message us via the ClassDojo website. There is a video which teaches the children step by step and prompts children to pause and practice.
Here is what you will be learning about in our daily maths lessons:
Monday- Part-whole relationships number bonds.
Tuesday- Fact families - linking addition and subtraction (1).
Wednesday- Add together and find a part.
Thursday- Add more and count on within 20.
Friday- Maths Challenge (Problem Solving)
The worksheets can be found below for each day, along with the answers.
Year 1 Maths Homework
This week we are working on number bonds to 20.
The children can use their fingers to help them.
E.g. 15 + 5 =
17 + 3 =
0+ 20 =
Year 1 Spelling Homework
This week, we are looking at different ways of spelling /ee/. There are 'ip' words and Year 1 common exception words for the children who usually have 4 spellings (find them in the attachment below).
Use the words in sentences.
These words are also used in the games on spellingframe.co.uk- rule 7 and 23.
English- 'The Rabbit Problem' and 'Plants for dinner'
In the story 'The Rabbit Problem' we find out about 'Lonely Rabbit' and what he gets up to, in each month of the year. We are going to carry on with our work about seasons of the year.
'Plants for dinner' is a non-fiction text, use the contents page to find the answer to the questions.
There are also some poems to read about plants and growing, look at some of the rhyming words from the poems and sort the ones that rhyme.