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Week 2 - Learning for Monday 30th March - Friday 3rd April 2020
Week 1 - Links are still available at the bottom of this page
Suggested Timetable for Year 1
The first 2 weeks of the timetable is stuck in the front of your child's home learning book.
Your child should try to complete all the listed activities each day and tick them off, but how you structure this is up to you.
Week 2 timetable - 30.3.20
Please play on Numbots or Times table rockstars and do some reading each day.
Plan for week 2 - 30.3.20
Maths resources for this week:
Please continue to:
- Chant in 2's, 5's and 10's (Use 100 square if needed)
- Learn number bonds of 10 ( 1+9=10, 2+8=10 etc) https://www.ictgames.com/saveTheWhale/index.html
- Learn number bonds of 20 ( 1+19=20, 2+18=20 etc) https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/funkyMummy/index.html
- Identify numbers 0-100 on the interactive hundred square and be able to write the digits for these.
- Spell numbers 0-20.
- Use the website links as games to help with these tasks, as well as the children writing in their books.
Your child should continue to practise their weekly spellings each day. (Fri 3rd April)
Monday to Thursday can be practise sessions, and Friday can continue to be a spelling quiz.
Plan for week 2 - 30.3.20
Please continue working through the topic activities. These can be used for your child's project/topic work each day.
Topic resources for this week:
These can also all be found on Twinkl
Please continue to read your child's reading book with them at home.
Read the same book 3 times:
- 1st read to practise phonics
- 2nd read to check comprehension
- 3rd read for fluency and expression
Once they have completed their book and they are reading it confidently, please look at the free ebooks online.
Oxford Owl are offering free ebooks for children to access at home. You will need to follow the link and register as a parent.
There are a few Read, Write, Inc books for your child to read, but also plenty of Oxford Reading Tree or project X books which are suitable too.
Search for any ebooks in age 4-5 or 5-6 to find books your child is comfortable to read.
Also, read other books at home with your child. Reading to your child is very important too.
-Adults reading stories for children
Phonics Speed Sounds lessons online
Watch the Read Write Inc video lessons by using the link below
Use the sound mats below to practise reading all of the sounds every day.
Phonics words to read and spell
Additional phonics activities
Help with handwriting
Continue to use numbots and work through the different levels.
Tasks have been set for children to complete.
Use the interactive hundred square to support with addition, subtraction and number recognition.
A range of maths and phonics games
Phonics / English / Reading
Read Write Inc phonics videos
Phonics play have provided free access to parents to use their site. To access resources you need to log in using the following details;
Username - march20
Oxford owl are offering free ebooks for children to access at home. You will need to follow the link and register.
Free resources available.
Usercode - UKTWINKLHELPS
National Geographic kids - animal facts
DK Find out
- Watch animals live at the zoo
- Google - zoo web cams live for different animals
Joe wicks (YouTube channel-TheBodyCoachTV)
- Joe wicks is running daily PE sessions for children.
Cosmic kids yoga -
Learn computer programming skills - fun and free
Red Ted Art
Easy arts and crafts
Educational online games
Tick list for activities
Week 1 Resources: