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WC 11/5/20

I hope everyone has enjoyed the bank holiday weekend and had fun at your street parties!

On this Page you will find your tasks for this week where I will be setting daily Maths and English tasks.

Phonics - Don't forget your child can now receive a daily phonics lesson whilst schools are closed through online lessons that are designed to follow the phonics program your child has been learning at school. A new phonics lesson is uploaded everyday, Monday to Friday, at 10.30am.

Click on the link below for the daily phonics lessons.

Year 1 Summer Term Phonics

After watching each lesson, we encourage you to read aloud to your child. Remember, it is vital that you continue to read every day. I have uploaded all the reading books on the reading page, just look for your book band.

As always, I would love to see any work you have done. Any questions, I am here to help so please message me at nevans@birklandsschool.co.uk

Topic

For Topic activities, you will be given a selection of activities to undertake during the course of the week. You may undertake these tasks in any order that you wish. Bear in mind that some will take longer than others to complete.

This week we are continuing with our whole school topic of Greece/Ancient Greece.

Here are your Topic activities for this week:

Happy Friday Jay Class!

Maths

Complete this quick Times table test:

1. 11 x 2 =

2. 12 x 1 =

3. 10 x 10 =

4. 9 x 2 =

5. 11 x 1 =

6. 9 x 10 =

7. 5 x 2 =

8. 8 x 1 =

9. 5 x 10 =

10. 12 x 10 =

Fluent in Five

  1. 3 + ___ = 10

  1. Double 11 is ___

  1. 12 x 10 = ____

  1. 2, 4, ___,____,___, ­­­___, 14 , ___, ____, 20

5. 23 + 24 = ___

Today we are going to compare subtraction number sentences. Complete the following tasks:

Use <, > or = to compare the number sentences

13 - 8 ? 18 - 13

27 - 12 ? 23 - 11

22 - 11 ? 28 - 18

Choose the correct number to make the number sentences correct

7, 8, 9

13 - 5 < 13 - ____

16 - 4 = 20 - ____

12 - ___ > 12 - 10

Can you solve this challenge?

Whitney has 12 books and loses 7 more.

Mo has 13 books and loses 8.

Who has less books?

How do you know?

English

Spellings

Please get an adult to test you on your spellings (tch words)

Phonics

Click on the link and play look, cover, write, check. I want you to practice spelling tricky words. The game will show you a tricky word and then cover it up, you need to spell it and see if you are correct.

ICT Games

Complete today's Word of The Day:

Word: ceremony

Definition:

Context (use it in a sentence):

Word Class (verb/ adjective/ noun):

Complete today's Grammar Task:

Today's task is based on plurals. Plural means more than one e.g. one dog/ two dogs. Can you change the singular word into a plural?

Remember you can add:

  • s to the end
  • es to the end if it ends in ch, sh, x, z, s
  • if words ends in y you change the y for an i and add es.

Examples – pen – pens / church – churches /baby – babies

Change these words:

  1. table
  2. brush
  3. berry
  4. teddy
  5. belt

Complete today's English Task –

Today we are going to start writing a non-chronological report about the ancient Olympics. I have attached my report for you to look at . We are only going to write one section each day to make it easier. Today we are going to start with the title and the introduction.

Mrs Evans Non Chronological Report example

Remember you can use sentences or questions in your writing. You can uses a range of different sentence openers to make it more interesting e.g. Did you know?,Do you know? Interestingly, Amazingly, Sometimes, Many, Some etc

Here is my title and introduction:

The Ancient Olympics

Did you know the first Olympic Games were held in 776BC which is over 2700 years ago? Interestingly the games were held in Elis near Olympia. Amazingly the Olympic Games were part of a religious festival to honour Zeus the king of Greek Gods. The Olympic Games were held every four years.

Can you choose a title for your report and write a few sentences for the introduction?

Thursday 14th May

Maths

Fluent in Five

  1. 11 x 10 = ___

  1. 9 x 2 = ___

  1. 1 more than 39 is ____

  1. 1 less than 21 is ____

  1. 28 - 12 = ___

Today we are looking at subtracting two 2 digit numbers by using tens and one. Complete the following tasks:

  1. Can you solve these addition number sentences?

Under each number draw the tens and ones. Remember we only draw tens and ones under the first number and then cross out the second number amount. Remember when finding your answer you count the tens first then the ones.

24 - 13 =

27 - 16 =

29 - 20 =

18 - 14 =

25 - 21 =

2. Can you solve these word problems? Write the number sentences and draw tens and ones to help you.

Mum has 27 cakes and gives Dad has 12 cakes. How many cakes does mum have left?

Becky has 24 jewels and gives Kim has 12 jewels. How many jewels does Becky have left?

Jess has 28 bags and gives Jen has 11 bags. What is the difference?

3. Subtraction Game

Find a partner and each of you choose a two 2 digit numbers up to 30. Write the number sentence down and solve the takeaway by drawing tens and ones. Whoever has the answer closer to 10 wins.

English

Phonics

Click on the link and I want you to play three games. Click on the oa box to play the game. You click on the snail and it will give you a word to spell. Drag the letters to the snail trial to spell the word then check to see if you are correct.

Once you have practiced spelling oa words, then have a go at oe and o_e words.

ICT Games

Complete today's Word of The Day:

Word: banquet

Definition:

Context (use it in a sentence):

Word Class (verb/ adjective/ noun):

Complete today's Grammar Task:

Today's task is based on which sentence makes sense? Read the sentences then tell me which one makes sense. Think about tense.

1. The boy ran home.

The boy goed home.

The boy runned home.

The boy home.

2. Today I enjoying PE.

Today I enjoyed PE.

Today I enjoy PE

Today I PE.

Complete today's English Task – Retrieving information –

Who wants to be an Olympic Champion?

Read the book again and answer the following questions about the story:

  1. Which swimmer won 23 gold medals?
  2. How many countries attend the Olympic Games?
  3. When did the first Olympic start?
  4. Which sprinter has won 8 gold medals?
  5. Where do marathon runners train?
  6. What is the track called that cyclists race around?
  7. High jumpers use a unusual jumping style called…?
  8. Name three items athletes throw in the Olympics.
  9. Name some winter Olympic sports.

Wednesday 13th May

Fluent in Five

1. 8 + ___ = 19

2. Double 10 is ___

3. 8 x 2 = ____

4. 42, ___, ___, 45, ___, ­­­___, ___, 49, ____

5. 35 + 9 = ___

Today we are looking at subtracting by counting back. Remember with Subtraction the largest number needs to go first. Complete the following tasks:

1. Using your fingers, can you solve these addition number sentences?

18 - 9 =

17 - 6 =

19 - 7 =

15 - 6 =

2. Can you solve these word problems?

1. I have 22 stickers and I gave my brother 8, how many do I have left?

2. I have 26 sweets and gave my friend 9, how many do I have left?

Challenge:

English

Phonics
Click on the link (phase 5) and read the words by sounding out and blending. Decide if it an alien word give it to the red dragon and if it is a real word give it to the green dragon.
Phonics Play - Dragon's den

Complete today's Word of The Day:
Word: success
Definition:
Context (use it in a sentence):
Word Class (verb/ adjective/ noun):

Complete today's Grammar Task:
Today's task is based on nouns. A noun is a word used to identify people, places, or things. Read the sentences then tell me which word id the noun.
  1. The girl swam on her back.
  2. My pencil is broken.
  3. My mum loves to sit in the big, red chair.
Complete today's English Task – Developing Enquiry and Directed Independent Research

I want you to research to items that symbolise the Olympic games;
The Olympic flag
The Olympic flame
  • What can you find out about these symbols?
  • What do they mean?
.
Can you research information about the items and write down as many facts as you can?

Tuesday 12th May

Maths

Fluent In Five

  1. 7 + ___ = 20

  1. 20, ___, ___, 35, ___, ___, 50, 55, 60

  1. 1 less than 50 is ____

  1. Half of 20 is ___

  1. 18 - 11 = ____

Today we are looking at number bonds to 10 and 20. Complete the following tasks:

Can you sing the number bond song to recall all the number bonds to 10? How does this help us know number bonds to 20?

If we know 5 + 5 = 10 then we know 15 + 5 = 20.

Can you complete these challenges?

1.

2.

3.

English

Phonics

Click on the link and read the words by sounding out and blending then move the frog onto the real word logs.

Phonics Bloom

Complete today's Word of The Day:

Word: physique

Definition:

Context (use it in a sentence):

Word Class (verb/ adjective/ noun):

Complete today's Grammar Task:

Today's task is based on types of sentences. Tell me what type of sentence is each one. Statements – tell us information/ questions ask us something/ commands tell us to do something / exclamations start with what or how. I’ve not added the punctuation today to see if I can trick you.

1. What big teeth you have

2. My favourite sport is football

3. Are we there yet

4. Walk sensibly to assembly

Complete today's English Task – retrieving information

Who wants to be an Olympic Champion?

Read pages 10 - 19.

Think about some of the sporting events you have just read about and choose one of the sports that you would like to have a go at. I would like you to write 5 facts about this sport and then tell me why you would like to have a go at this sport.

Monday 11th May

Maths - This week we are going to continue recapping on Addition and Subtraction so we can become experts at it.

This week I also want you to continue to practice the second half of the 2 times table. We already know up to 6 x 2, now you need to practice:

7 x 2 = 14

8 x 2 = 16

9 x 2 = 18

10 x 2 = 20

11 x 2 = 22

12 x 2 = 24

Fluent In Five

1. 50, There are ___ tens and ___ ones

2. 42 + 7 = ___

3. Fill in the missing numbers - 39, ___, ___, 36, ___, ____ , 33

4. Which symbol do I need >, <, = in the middle? 14___41

5. Write the number twenty nine ____

Today we are going to compare addition number sentences. Complete the following tasks:

Use <, > or = to compare the number sentences

13 + 8 ? 8 + 13

12 + 17 ? 13 + 14

11 + 15 ? 21 + 7

Choose the correct number to make the number sentences correct

7,8, 9

13 + 5 < 13 + ____

16 + 4 = 11 + ____

12 + ___ > 11 + 6

Can you solve these two challenges?

1. Whitney has 12 books and gets 9 more.

Mo has 13 books and gets 8 more.

Who has more books?

How do you know?

2.

English


Spellings for this week are:
tch words – itch, watch, catch, patch, fetch, kitchen, witch, match, sketch, switch,
Ask an adult to test you on Friday.

Phonics
Click on the link and apply your phonics skills to reading the comic containing wh, ph, ew, oe, au, ey
Phonics Play Comics

Complete today's Word of The Day:
Word: participate
Definition:
Context (use it in a sentence):
Word Class (verb/ adjective/ noun):

Complete today's Grammar Task:
Today's task is based on capital letters. Which words in each sentence need a capital letter?
1. what a tall building!
2. tomorrow i am going on a bike ride.
3. on sunday we are going to harry’s birthday party.

Complete today's English Task – writing questions
Consider different events in the Olympics, what would we like to find out?
Think about what questions you would like to ask an ancient Olympian…
  • What did you wear for an event?
  • What did you eat before an event?
  • How did people celebrate winning?
  • What event was the most dangerous?
  • How long did the Olympics last for?

Remember when we write questions we need a capital letter and question mark?

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