Robin Class Thu 26th March

RobinHi Robins,

Please find below some learning activities for you to complete at home with help from an adult.

Young children should be appropriately supervised when using online resources. I have included an online safety activity today.

I appreciate that not everyone will have access to a printer so you may want to record your work in your home school sharing book, an exercise book or a notebook.

New activities will be added next Tuesday.

Mr Allard.

Reading

If you haven’t done so already logon onto www.oxfordowl.co.uk and use ‘My Class Login’ button (classname: robinclass, password: book) to access this week’s ebooks.

RWI Group

Read Write Inc eBook

Age Filter

eBook

Red

Sun Hat Fun

4-5 years

Dad Can You Do This?

Green

Go and Play

4-5 years

Chicken Licken

Orange

Blackbirds

5-6 years

Sue Kangaroo

Yellow

A Sweetcorn Salad

6-7 years

Animal Magic

Blue

A Hole in my Tooth

6-7 years

What’s Inside Me?

Grey

The Ice and Snow Book

6-7 years

The Lazy Giant

I will set some new ebooks to read on Tuesday.

Remember to go to Audible at https://stories.audible.com/start-listen to listen to Great Poems for Children in the ‘Elementary’ section.

Teach Your Monsters to Read

Hope you have managed to login to the ‘Teach Your Monsters to Read’ online resource or download the free app and start your adventure in phonics and reading.

Well done to these three monsters who made a fantastic start!

Login details are the same as PurpleMash logins.

Access this resource at http://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/u/768037 or download the currently free app setting the set the Icon id pdf star code to 768037.

English

See the separate Chicken Licken English activities which include listening to a story, responding to a story, some writing and extension activities.

I appreciate that not everyone will have access to a printer so you may want to record your work in your home school sharing book, an exercise book or a notebook. Adults may need to help create a writing frame in your books.

When writing remember to think it, say it, like it, write it and read it again.

Choose your writing peak challenge below.

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Can I use finger spaces?

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Can I use capital letters and full stop for every sentence?

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Can I use the conjunction (e.g. because, so, then, but) in a sentence?

Can I use adjectives (describing words)?

Maths

See separate maths activities to practise finding one more or one less. This includes a learning reminder, two levels of practice sheet, guidance if you get a bit stuck and a few questions to check your understanding. All the answers are provided so that you can ‘tick or fix’ your work with an adult.

If you have no access to a printer at home, write answers in home school sharing book, exercise book or a notebook. For the missing numbers on a number square activity you can use an online number square at https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/hundredSq/index.html. An adult will need to make sure that the number square starts at 1 and hide the squares to match the activity sheet and then see if you can work out the missing numbers.

Refresh your memory of odd and even numbers by watching ‘What are odd and even numbers?’ video at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zknsgk7/articles/zt4jj6f.

Then practise finding odd or even numbers at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/coconut-odd-or-even. There are different levels to suit your confidence.

Practise counting in twos by joining in the ‘Counting by 2s’ video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ. Can you do it with your eyes closed? This will help you when you learn your two times tables in Year 2.

Online Safety

Going on online can help us with our learning and being entertained whilst we are at home.

Please see separate online safety activities about watching videos. Another aspect of online safety will to covered next in next Tuesday’s home learning.

P.E.

Have you been joining in with Joe Wicks’ 30 minute PE lesson live every weekday at 9am? https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Why not try to create your own fitness activity booster at https://www.activekidsdobetter.co.uk/active-classroom/activity-booster.

The Football Association are setting daily FA Superkicks Challenges for children every weekday at 2pm on the FA Twitter account. You will need a ball.

https://twitter.com/FA/status/1242449219501383681?s=20&sc_src=email_622397&sc_lid=44376477&sc_uid=VqHbt3jmo2&sc_llid=81471&sc_eh=f42a630e3fd5c08d1

Make sure you are suitably dressed and have enough space for all the PE activities.

R.E.

In school we had begun to explore our R.E. enquiry question ‘What does the cross mean to Christians?’ to lead into learning about the Christian beliefs around Easter.

Please see separate Easter learning activities which include watching an animated story of Easter, questions to check understanding, thinking about feelings and considering what questions you may want to ask.

Stay safe, healthy and happy 😊 – more learning activities will be posted next Tuesday.