This half-term our topic is:
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Watch the e-bug video on hand washing. Ask your child how they wash their hands at home.
Together order the steps. Look at the different imperative verbs we can use.
Go through true and false statements.
Write the instructions in their books using imperative verbs. Children to also complete a colouring sheet to show how someone looks with dirty hands and another person with clean hands.
Introduce our new topic- Wonderful World.
Children share their experiences when they went on holiday/ trip. Encourage them to think and talk about their five senses.
Together, gather words for the five senses to they are able to write about their experience.
Before reading the book, go through the definition of the following words:
Children to come up with a hand motion so they can show it when you say the word when reading the book.
Throughout reading the book, ask children comprehension questions and ask about their predictions.
Go through grammar rule- capital letters for names.
Children to write their own sentences using the new vocabulary introduced at the start of the lesson.
Retell the story (Jack and the Beanstalk). Go though who the main characters are.
Share opinions of characters- bad and good characters (Jack or the giant). Complete a story mountain- step by step. Go through what each part of the story mountain means.
The focus In Maths will be making equal parts this week. You will have a video to watch and a worksheet to complete for each lesson. Year 1 and Year 2 have separate lessons. Click on the button below to access the lessons:
Click on the button below to access topic lesson under ‘Class 2’.
Show children the short film Peter Pan while reading .the subtitles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nDM499ppEWk
Ask children to build a picture in their minds of Neverland – a wonderful and fantastical place, with forests and a river, amazing beasts and a lagoon where mermaids play! Some may have seen film versions and others may need encouraging to listen to descriptions of the setting and to use their imaginations. Together, design a poster advertising Neverland as a holiday destination. Show children examples of holiday brochures or look at examples of travel posters to help them choose their style and headings.
Watch the video of a holiday advert below:
As a speaking and listening activity, ask children to produce a travel piece for this holiday, ‘selling’ Neverland as a holiday destination to someone– in the style of a holiday presenter! Encourage this through demonstration, and encourage them to use their imaginations. Make sure that they fully describe this magical place as their listeners cannot see it and they need to know what it is like! Swap groups and do it the other way around.
Get children to think about all the different characters in Peter Pan, and ask each child to create a ‘profile’ of one chosen character, as if producing a passport for this character. What do they look like? How do they dress? Do they have a smell? Any strange habits or traits?
Imagine children are about to travel to Neverland. Ask them to individually write a ‘kit list’ of things that they will need to pack, for example, real food, a dagger to fight off the pirates, a fairy lingo dictionary so they can understand Tinker Bell – and so on! Imagination is key to this activity, so encourage them to be as imaginative as possible. As they prepare their lists, ask them to use commas, headings, emboldened words etc.
Once in Neverland, they will want to send postcards home to their families. Once they have decided what it is like there, ask them to write a postcard based on their thoughts and experiences, imagining themselves in this mystical setting, and using the correct punctuation (capital letters, commas, full stops etc.) in their writing. Before the children do this individually, demonstrate how to start a postcard, e.g. “Dear…”
Click on the button below to access Maths for Year 1. The focus this week is on finding parts of a whole.
Click on the button below to access Maths for Year 2. The focus this week is on length.
Click on the button below to access all the Topic lessons.
Home learning packs
Click on the buttons below to access home learning packs for each year group. There is also an answers and guidance booklet for the parents to look at.
Click on the buttons below to view daily Maths lessons.
Children will create a new fact page this week for their booklet. Use the link to learn about ENGLAND. On the page, children will need to include the title, picture of the flag and at least 3 pieces of information they learnt about England. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/geography-ks1–ks2-the-united-kingdom/zhtgrj6
Make up new landmarks to cross like a mountain or a beach. There are several different story versions out there. Change up the weather in the story. Go for a hunt on a cloudy day or a windy day. Come across a rainbow. Children will then write the sentence “We’re going on a bear hunt…”
As the focus is on the book ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’, the children will research about bears. What habitats do they live in? What do they eat? Encourage them to create a food chain which includes a bear.
Children will learn about Martin Luther King as it links to human rights. They will complete a fact file about him and add this to their History booklet. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkj382/articles/zknmrj6
Create Leaning Tower of Pisa with the use of toilet roll.
Children will learn about Italy this week. On the page, children need to include the title, picture of the flag and at least 3 pieces of information they learnt about Italy.
Learn about the eatwell plate. Click on the link below:
Children learn about an Italian artist- Leonardo De Vinci. Click on the link-
Click on the button below to access the English booklet. Spelling is set on Purple Mash each week.
Week 5 Maths has been added to our school website. Week 6 Maths can be accessed by clicking on the buttons below.
Listen to the following story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uT88o-bjGc
Look at the illustrations on the inside front and back covers of the book- Grandad’s secret giant. How are they similar / different? Could you create two different pictures of the same place at different times of the day? How might this affect your choice of colours?
Children will research about GREECE. On this page, children need to include the title, picture of the flag and at least 3 pieces of information they learnt about Greece. Use the following link to help you:
Listen to the book again. ‘People are scared of things that are different’. What does this mean? Can you think of examples of this? When is it good to be different?
Summer holiday Maths