Robin Class wc 22nd June

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Robin Class Home School

Week Commencing

Monday 22nd June 2020

Good Morning Robins.

I hope you had a lovely weekend, welcome to a new week of learning.

There is a video message from me on the school website on Monday morning to start the week.

You will find this week’s Robin Class English and Maths activities below. Do what you can, choose a peak challenge to suit you and don’t worry if you don’t have time to finish all of it.

Parents/carers can email me at robin@wicklewood.norfolk.sch.uk with any questions, and you can send me one piece of work a week that you are proud of. All emails must be from a parent email account. I am working in school, so there may be a delay in receiving a response when I am teaching.

I will continue to provide feedback on any Purple Mash work and comment on your posts of the Purple Mash Robin Class Blog.

Have a great week.

Reading

Logon to 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

Sound Blending 7

4-5 years

Paco’s Pets

Green

Red Ned (purple)

4-5 years

The Right Home

Orange

Good Old Grandad!

5-6 years

When Animals Invade

Yellow

Our Incredible Planet (blue)

6-7 years

Toad Swims for his Life

Blue

A Hole in My Tooth

6-7 years

Escape of the Giant Chicken

Grey

Clothes

6-7 years

Hot Dog

If your child is in Grey RWI group and needs more of a challenge, try readingThe Huge and Horrible Beast and Other Stories.

Don’t forget that the Summer Reading Challenge 2020 is open, details can be found at https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/. This year’s theme is:-

The challenge is online with access to ebooks, activities, clubs and story times.

Your special adult helper will need to sign up and create an account for you.

Phonics

Please continue to access the ‘Read Write Inc Phonics Lessons at Home’ page on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ for the daily phonics and spelling lessons with Rosie.

The sound your child will need to focus on will depend on their RWI group before the school closure.

This week’s lessons detailed in the table below:-

RWI Grp

Set Sound

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Red/Green

2

ow

oo

(zoo)

oo (book)

or

or

Orange/Yellow Blue/Grey

3

ear

ea

oi

a-e

i-e

Read Longer Words

 

igh / i-e

ow / o-e / oa

oo / o-e / ew

or / aw

air / are

These videos are on a repeat sequence between now and the end of term. Repetition is an important part of embedding phonic knowledge so please continue to follow these lessons. If you are following set 2 sounds and are feeling very confident, try set 3 sounds instead.

All lessons will be available on the published schedule for 24 hours.

For children in Red/Green RWI Groups, also watch the ‘Read Red Words 1’ daily film.

For children in Orange/Yellow/Blue/Grey RWI Groups, watch ‘Read longer words’ and ‘Read Red Words 2’ films.

For children in Orange RWI Group, watch Read Red Words 1 if you are not feeling confident about Read Words 2.

Optional:-

For children in Red/Green RWI Groups, you can watch the ‘Read and Hold a Sentence 1’ film and complete the sentence writing activity.

For children in Orange/Yellow/Blue/Grey RWI Groups, watch ‘Read and Hold a Sentence 2’ film and complete the sentence writing activity.

All films will be in separate categories on the YouTube channel.

If you are finding it difficult to fit everything in, please focus on the Speed Sound and Spelling video lessons.

Any spellings can be completed in the home school sharing book, an exercise book or a notebook.

Spellings

Login to PurpleMash and try a Spelling Quiz challenge in your 2Dos.

When you launch the 2Do, you will be given some options about how long you will see the word for before it disappears. Give yourself longer if you are not feeling confident.

Choose your own peak challenge and remember that mistakes are part of learning. You only need to complete one spelling 2Do, but you can do more if you like.

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Spelling Quiz 1 – Simple common exception words.

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Spelling Quiz 2 – Words spelt with special friends /ay/ and /oy/.

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Spelling Quiz 3 – Words spelt with special friends /au/ or /aw/.

 

Keep a note of any words that you find difficult to spell, and try the following:-

1. Write the words onto cards (not too many at a time). Say the word out loud. 

2. If the word can be split into its sounds, say the word in a ‘robot voice’. 

3. Look at the word trace over the letters with your finger. 

4. Copy the word and say the letters or sounds as you write it. Copy it again. 

5. Cover the word and try and write the word saying it as you write – peep if you need to! 

6. Check the word you have written matches the word on the card and say it again as you check. 

7. Keep writing the word until you can write it without having to peep. 

8. For words that are tricky and are not as easy to learn, take an imaginary picture of the word with your imaginary camera – imagine the word is big, coloured red, lit up by fireworks, has spiders crawling on it. Shut your eyes and try and picture the word. Try and write it down imagining the picture of the word you see in your head. 

English    

 

For English this week, we will be using a Talk for Writing resource based around a story called ‘Pippety Skycap – A tale of mischief!’ by Jane Ralphs.   

 

On the school website, you will find a Talk for Writing Home School Booklet to download containing the story and activities for the week. This booklet is designed for you to work through together with your special adult helper. I have made a donation to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity on behalf of Robin Class for using this resource.

 

There are one, two or three peak challenges each day. Remember to choose something which you feel you can do but will challenge you.   

 

Remember to think it, say it, like it, write it and read it again when you are writing. Every sentence needs fingers spaces, a capital letter and a full stop.   

 

Monday 

Page

Read the story of ‘Pippety Skycap – A tale of mischief’ with your special adult helper or listen to it at https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/pippety/s-P2LOxhx3Hmn

Talk about the story together. 

3-4 

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Can you tell an adult what you liked about the story, what surprised you and any questions you may have?  

5

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Can you write down your answers to the three questions in full sentences using the sentence starters on the sticky notes (e.g. I liked …)? 

5

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Can you use the conjunction ‘because’ to extend your sentences and give reasons for your answers?  

5

  

 

Tuesday 

Page

Read the story of ‘Pippety Skycap – A tale of mischief’ with your special adult helper or listen to it at https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/pippety/s-P2LOxhx3Hmn

3-4 

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Can you read the speech bubbles (get help if you need it) and tell an adult who said these words in the story?  

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Can you draw pictures of the characters and write out the words in the speech bubbles to show who said what? 

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Try the one or two peak challenge first.  

Can you tell an adult the answers to Quiz Time?  

Make sure you answer in full sentences.   

  

 

   

Wednesday 

Page 

Talk about the adjectives (describing words) from the story in the thought bubbles with your special adult helper. Fred talk and think of an action for each word.  

9-10 

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Can you think of four things that are soft, four things that are sharp and four things that are shiny? Tell your special adult helper what they are.   

9-10 

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Can you draw and label four things that are soft, four things that are sharp and four things that are shiny?

9-10 

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Can you design a poster that would warn everyone to watch out for Pippety’s tricks? Try to include everything on the ‘remember to’ list.

11 

  

 

Thursday 

Page 

Read Pippety’s poem about what he has collected in his pocket with your special adult helper.

15 

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Can you work with your special adult helper to try and work out the answers to Pipperty’s riddles?  

16 

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Can you try and work out on your own the answers to Pippety’s riddles? Write your answers, starting ‘I am…’  

16 

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Complete the two peak challenge and then write a list of five more things you think Pipperty may like to collect.   

Can you use adjectives (describing words) when writing your list?  

16 

  

 

Friday 

Page 

Think about characters who are giants from stories you know. It could be Jack and the Beanstalk, the BGF, The Smartest Giant in Town or any other of your favourite giant stories. Tell you special adult helper what you know about giants.

 

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Can you draw pictures of 5 things you might find in a giant’s pocket? Can you add labels to your pictures?   

17 

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Can you write a list of things you might find in a giant’s pocket? Can you use adjectives (describing words) when writing your list?   

18 

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Can you read the letter from Pipperty and then collect things on a treasure hunt to make a rainbow memory? Can you complete the rainbow treasure activity sheet using full sentences? The sentence starter has been given to you.

19-20

  

Use your home school sharing book, exercise book or notebook to record your work. If you can, print any activity sheets that you need.    

 

If you’re looking for even more pixie activities then look in the booklet to try making a pixie factfile (p12-14), pixie measuring (p23-24) and homemade sparkling playdough (p21-22).

You can send me feedback to robin@wicklewood.norfolk.sch.uk but this must be from your adult’s email address.  

 

It would be great to see any work you are proud of on the Robin Class Blog on Purple Mash.  

 

Maths 

We will continue to use White Rose Maths learning resources again this week. We will look at one more/less, comparing objects/numbers and ordering numbers. Friday will be a fun maths day!

There is a video lesson presentation for each day focussing on the learning. There are separate activity and answer sheets on the school website for each day.

If you have access to a printer, then please print out the activity sheet. If you cannot print this document, ask an adult to help you create a frame &/or draw pictures like the activity sheet in your home school sharing book, exercise book or notebook. Adults can help you to use the separate answer sheets to ‘tick or fix’ your work.

If your child finds these activities challenging, always spend time seeing the maths first by manipulating physical objects and then drawing pictures. This is more important than completing an activity sheet. Should you need any guidance email Mr Allard at robin@wicklewood.norfolk.sch.uk.

There are one, two or three peak challenges. Remember to choose something which you feel you can do but will challenge you.

Monday

Watch the lesson video at https://vimeo.com/428005842 about finding one more or one less. Then use the activity sheet from the school website to practise this skill.

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Can you answer Question 1 using objects to make the number and then add one more or one less? How many objects do you have now?

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Can you answer Questions 2 and 3 by finding one more or one less on the number grid and then fill in the missing numbers?

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Can you answer Questions 2 and 3 and then Question 4 by working out if Whitney or Dexter has the greatest number?

Tuesday

Watch the lesson video at https://vimeo.com/428005936 about comparing objects within 50. Then use the activity sheet from the school website to practise this skill. There is a separate activity sheet for the three peak challenge with three challenges to choose from.

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Can you answer Question 1 by drawing the apples and children in the ten frames and then comparing the numbers of each?

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Can you answer Question 1 and then draw the counters in the ten frames to make the statements true?

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With a special adult helper to ask you the questions, can have a go at one of the three diving into mastery activity cards?

 

Wednesday

Watch the lesson video at https://vimeo.com/428006174 about comparing numbers within 50. Then use the activity sheet from the school website to practise this skill.

Parent/Carer Note:

The lesson video shows a representation of a resource called ‘Base 10’ that we use in class to support children to visualise and compare two-digit numbers. For Year 1, ‘Base 10’ is made up of plastic rods of 10 cubes to represent ten and single small plastic cubes to represent ones. So, the number 25 would be shown by two 10 rods and five 1 cubes. There is a Base 10 powerpoint on the school website if you need to see some more examples.

As you don’t have Base 10 at home if your child needs extra support with today’s lesson use can use objects or the Number Pieces app on the following link to show them the numbers as tens and ones. https://www.mathlearningcenter.org/resources/apps/number-pieces

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Can you compare the numbers on the dinosaurs and write <, > or = in the box?

Use the first page of the separate activity sheet and use objects to help you see the numbers.

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Can you answer Questions 2 and 3 by writing in the missing phrase or symbol?

If you need to, use the Number Pieces app to help you.

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Can you answer Questions 2 and 3, and then Question 4 by writing or draw the answers to complete the table?

If you need to, use the Number Pieces app to help you.

 

Thursday

Watch the lesson video https://vimeo.com/428006347 about ordering numbers within 50. Then use the activity sheet from the school website to practise this skill.

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Can you answer Question 1 by working out the numbers and ordering them from smallest to greatest?

If you need to, use objects or the Number Pieces app to help you.

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Can you answer Question 1 and then Questions 2 and 3 by ordering the numbers?

If you need to, use the Number Pieces app to help you.

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Can you answer Question 1, 2, 3 and 4?

 

Friday

Fun Maths Friday

Pick from the following fun maths activities.

Active Maths – Forwards and Back

For instructions on how to play this game find the activity card on the school website. You will need a make number cards with 1 to 20 written on them (same as last week!) and ‘stepping stones’ numbered from 0 – 20 to jump along. Be creative on how you make these but make sure they are safe to jump along. Have fun!

Coconut Ordering

Head over to https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/coconut-ordering to keep practising ordering numbers from smallest to biggest. Choose a level that suits you from left hand side.

Karate Cat Maths

Play Karate Cat Maths games at

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw.

Try to complete the Measurement level.

You can choose from bronze, silver or gold levels of challenge.

Maths Songs

Watch the Spelling the Numbers Song at https://youtu.be/XpoFxwKBwE8.

Try to join in with the Counting Down from 100 Song at https://youtu.be/-iwgJmW1uvg

Place Value Basketball

This games helps children to understand the concept of tens and ones. They see the Base 10 blocks and match them to numbers on the basketballs.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/place-value-basketball

Choose a level to suit your child.

Robin Class Blog

Please check out the Robin Class Blog on PurpleMash to see what your classmates have been up to and to send them a message. Don’t forget to add a post if you would like to share any news or work with the class.

This is a private Wicklewood Primary School community blog. You must get parent/carer approval before posting or commenting.

To access the blog, login to PurpleMash and select the sharing tab at the top of the screen. Then select the shared blogs tab and the ‘Robin Class’ blog.

To add a new post, use the green + button or to add kind and positive comments on existing posts use the post comment button. All posts and comments need teacher approval before they are added so please be patient!

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Family Challenge Learning

On the school website you will find a range of family friendly thematic learning opportunities posted on Friday. This week’s theme is ‘Food is Fun’. Pick and choose from these activities for your other learning challenges this week.

Have fun with your learning, don’t worry about mistakes and stay safe.

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