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Then email: help@abbeywood.worcs.sch.uk

Would you like to show Miss Doubleday something you've worked on?

Then email : oak@abbeywood.worcs.sch.uk

(Responses will be in school working hours only.)

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Remember to practise your sounds. Here are some sound mats to help you out.

Help for parents:

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/05/05/20/22/32/561/20097_content/index.html?id=ae

In order for our lovely learners (that's you!) to get the most out of this time we will be supporting home learning with 3 activities a day. These will be offline activities as we know that some of you don't have access to the internet or there are lots of people who all need the devices. School has given those children that were present at school today a book to create their own learning journey in, which can be shared, with rewards, when we all return to school. 

If you have access to a device remember you have acess to mathletics, numblocks and reading eggs.

Friday 3rd April

Daily challenge

Practise your number bonds to 10.

Practise the tricky words

said

have

like

so

Practise your sounds on your sound mat.

Read a book to someone else.

Maths

How high can you count? How many numbers can you write? Can you make it all the way to 100?

Phonics

Think about the split digraph e-e

Read the words

theme

these

eve

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFuETDoqVnA

Writing

And is a conjunction that joins two parts of a sentence together. Look at these sentences. Match the start of the sentence up with the end. Add an ‘and’.

Challenge: can you add an adjective to make them more exciting?

RE

Easter is coming up. Asking people in your house how they celebrated Easter as a child. Is it the same or different to how you celebrate it?

Can you find out why we celebrate Easter?

Draw me a picture of your Easter celebration.

Challenge: write me two sentences telling me how and why we celebrate Easter.

Active time

How long can you run (with high knees) on the spot for? Challenge: Have a rest and try to beat your score!

Topic

Think about the street you live on. Can you find out the name of your town, county and country?

Write your address.

Thursday 2nd April

Daily challenge

Practise your number bonds to 10.

Practise the tricky words

said

have

like

so

Practise your sounds on your sound mat.

Read a book to someone else.

Maths

Choose a colour and read the numbers. Find and record one more than that number.

12

15

16

19

21

10

 

32

45

29

67

40

38

49

78

36

89

44

99

Challenge: draw your 10s and 1s for each number you record.

Phonics/ reading

Look for the split digraph a-e in a reading book.

Challenge: Can you make a list of all the words you can find that have the split digraph a-e?

Art

Listen to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLp_Hh6DKWc  

Which types of lines does it make you want to draw? Think about the lines you practised last week. Curved, spikey, zig zag etc.

Can you create a journey with your pencil that represents the music?

Active time

Create an exercise routine whilst you count to 100. Remember our count to 100 video!

Count to 100 everyday + keep your mind and body in shape.

Topic

Draw a picture of your street. Which shapes can you see? Can you label them?

 

Help for adults: 2D shapes are flat, plane shapes. 3D shapes have 3 dimensions - length, width and depth.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6

Wednesday 1st April

Daily challenge

Practise your number bonds to 10.

Practise the tricky words

said

have

like

so

Practise your sounds on your sound mat.

Read a book to someone else.

Maths

Think about these numbers 12 22 32 42

Can you draw the 10s and 1s? Can you record this as a number sentence? How lots of 10? How many 1s?

E.g - 52=

10+10+10+10+10+2= 52

50+2=52

 

Challenge: Choose 5 numbers between 1-99. Can you write them down and draw the 10s and 1s?

 

Phonics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkycxr-joDk&list=PLFE759D814D8232E8&index=81&t=0s

a-e

Read the words

make

cake

take

lake

same

Write them down and add your sound buttons- remember your split digraph

Help for adults: split digraphs are a sound that is split up by a consonant.

History

How did people travel during Shackelton’s time? Did they have cars and planes? How was it different from now?

Draw and label two pictures showing how people travelled in the past and how they travel in the present. Can you imagine how people might travel in the future?

Active time

How many star jumps can you do in 1 minute?

Topic

Go on a shape hunt around your house. Which 2D shapes can you spot? Are there any 3D shapes? Can you name them? Can you label them?

Count how many edges and vertices there are on each shape.

 

Help for adults: 2D shapes are flat, plane shapes. 3D shapes have 3 dimensions - length, width and depth.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6

Tuesday 31st March

Daily challenge

Practise your number bonds to 10.

Practise the tricky words

said

have

like

so

Practice your sounds on your sound mat.

Read a book to someone else.

Writing

Write a description of this week's picture. Remember to add your adjectives to make it really exciting.

The lake is …

Next to the lake there is a …

In the lake there is …

Challenge:

Use an ‘and’ to extend your sentences.

Phonics

Phonics

Think about the “ue” sound.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=7BOih-iw1u4&list=PLqh11DN6jmbC-OTx1N8jpEo6uCTeTDszR&index=3&t=0s

draw a picture to match up with the words

glue

tea

moon

Challenge: write a sentence with all these words. Make it as silly as possible!

Art

Explore creating different lines on your page. Start an adventure for your pencil on your page, think about different ways your pencil can create different lines. Can you make your line thick/thin? Can you draw horizontal, vertical and diagonal lines? What about creating swirls or spikes?

Active time

Try and create a statue where 1 body part is touching the floor. Now try it with 3, 4 and 5 body parts.

Topic

My house: What does your house looks like inside and outside? How many bedrooms does it have? Who has the biggest bedroom? Who has the smallest? Look outside your window and see if they can spot a house different to their own. Can you draw your house? How many windows at the front? How many windows at the back? Do you have one door or two?

Home Learning Monday 30th March

 

Daily challenge

Practise the tricky words

said

have

like

so

Practice your sounds on your sound mat.

Read a book to someone else.

Writing

Add capital letters and full stops to sentences.

the ice is slippery

the ice is cold
i can see a polar bear

i can see a light

 

Challenge: Can you improve them by adding or changing the adjectives?

Join them together using an ‘and’

 

Maths

Number bonds are pairs of numbers that add up to make a total.

Can you find all of the number bonds to 10?

Challenge: Can you find all the number bonds to 20? What do you notice? Can you spot any patterns? What about 100?

Help for parents: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwv39j6/articles/zx3982p

Active time

 Investigate ways of making your heart beat faster without running.

Can you count how many times your heart beats in 1 minute?

 

Geography

Can you name all the countries that make up the UK? If you can find the UK on google maps. Create your own map of the UK and label each country.

Topic

The project this week aims to provide opportunities for your child to learn more about the area in which they live. Learning may focus on your local area, famous people, key landmarks and links to your town.

Do you know your address? Can you find out what number you live at?

Write that number in digits and words. Is it a multiple of 2, 5 or 10? Is it a teen number? How do you know?

Look out of your window. Can you see the number of anyone else's house? Can you put the numbers in order?

Hi Oak Class, 

I really hope you're all well. I will be here over the next few weeks to help us all through this adventure! 

 

Here is a list of useful websites you can use if you have access to a device connected to the internet. 

If not, don't worry we will be uploading plenty of learning for you to do everyday whilst you're at home.

 

See you all soon, 

 

Miss Doubleday 

:) 

 

Phonics

All phonics resources and planning are now free

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

All the Project X books and Biff, Chip, Kipper

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

 

Maths

Home learning on white rose

https://whiterosemaths.com/

 

Movement/Outdoors

There are free resources for parents and children to stay active

https://imoves.com/

These BBC resources help with cross curricular learning but include movement

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers

Outdoors (for those who can safely) EYFS

https://themuddypuddleteacher.co.uk/

Lots of online videos that help keep children active inside and also teach mindfulness and meditation

https://www.gonoodle.com/

 

Science

You can sign up for free on

https://explorify.wellcome.ac.uk/

https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/learning

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