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W.C 22nd June

W/C 22nd June 2020

Subject

Minimum expectation of time spent

Work set

Details of work set

How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ant Maths – Measuring

MATHS 1

MATHS 2

MATHS 2 EXT MATHS 3

MATHS 3 EXT MATHS 4

MATHS 5

EXTRA 1

EXTRA 2

Children to complete the tasks provided and if finished can move on to the additional tasks.  Children may also wish to play games on Mathletics or the suggested links.

 

Directly onto the sheet or onto an exercise book.

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English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1 'Davy Jones' (The Pirate).

DAVY JONES PICTURE

 

I DID IT! PIRATES CAN BE HONEST! STORY

 

QUESTIONS

To read the story and answer comprehension questions.  Read through the text picking out key points. Discuss any unfamiliar vocabulary and make a note of its meaning.

 

Whilst referring back to the text, answer the questions in full sentences. Ensure correct usage of capital letters and full stops.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

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Lesson 2 Spelling

SPELLINGS

 

A-E Sheets:

 

A_E SPOTTER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A_E WORD SEARCH

Children to learn spellings from sheet.

LOOK/SAY/COVER/WRITE/

CHECK

Spot ‘a_e’ split digraphs whilst reading postcard. Underline or highlight them and make a note of the digraph’s position in each word. Can you spot them all? Can you think of any alternative spelling patterns that make the same sound as ‘a_e’?

 

Complete the ‘a_e’ word search and make a list of other words that contain the ‘a_e’ grapheme. Recap the concept of a digraph as one sound consisting of two letters. Underline or highlight the ‘a_e’ split digraph in each applicable word and make a note of the ‘a_e’ position in each word. Can you spot them all? Can you think of any alternative spelling patterns that make the same sound as ‘a_e’? For example, ‘ai’ in ‘rain’ as well as ‘ay’ in ‘play’ etc.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

Lesson 3

Planning 

 

DAVY JONES CHARACTER DESCRIPTION PLAN

Children to use sheet to plan a character description.

 

Recap ‘Davy Jones (the Pirate)’ and consider him as a character. Focus on four different elements: appearance, personality, likes and dislikes. Remember to include at least one adjective in every sentence whilst applying capital letters and full stops in the correct spaces.

 

Systematically, work through one section at a time to ensure you are completely focused on that specific element in your description.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

Lessons 4 & 5 Final Version

 

 

DAVY JONES WRITING PAPER

 

Children to write, improve and complete a final version of their character description.

 

Firstly, include a brief introduction, e.g. Davy Jones is an interesting pirate. Although very different to Captain Hook, he is an important part of the ship.

 

Secondly, work through each paragraph whilst focusing on appearance and personality as well as likes and dislikes with plenty of adjectives for description.

 

Thirdly, include a brief conclusion to frame the character description, e.g. With so many wonderful qualities, Davy Jones is an important part of the ship.

 

Remember to include at least one adjective in every sentence whilst applying capital letters and full stops in the correct spaces.

In exercise book or on paper attached.

Foundation

PSHE & Citizenship

 

To save money.

 

Talk to your child about what you might use money for. Can they name any coins? Explain that sometimes it is a good idea to save money so that you can buy something better than spending it all on sweets/small toys etc. Revise the different coins and notes in circulation in UK. Discuss with your child what they would choose to buy if they had £100. Would they choose to buy something they need or want? Sort the needs (things to stay alive, healthy and safe) and wants in a separate list. Next, spend time with your child planning a party – what food and drinks would they buy with a budget of £10? Include healthy food and as much detail as possible. Afterwards, explain that they have created a budget for their party so that they will not overspend.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

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Music

To sing a song. (To learn to play note B on the recorder, if possible).

 

The website offers exciting online music learning for children and young people. There is a wide variety of contemporary digital resources for instrumental and primary music teaching and learning. We would normally be learning to play note B on the recorder at school. If you have a recorder, please click on ‘KS1 Recorder World’ and follow step 3 ‘Lost Forest’.

 

Last session, you will have the next step for the recorder ‘Gluttonberry Festival’. Click on the orange 1 just below ‘Bong Beach’. Activity 1 is ‘Left Up Rap’ by the start sign and you can work your way around the course to the finish line from there.

 

If you do not have a recorder, please click on ‘Working at Home with Yumu – in 3 easy steps’. Next, click ‘Ages 5-6: Your Imagination’. Here, you will continue to learn to sing ‘Your Imagination’. Please continue through the steps to learn to sing the song ‘Your Imagination’.

Visit Surrey Arts and log on using

Username: sfsyearone Password: year1

KS1 Recorder world – step 3 ‘Lost Forest’ (if possible).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography

 

AFRICA

To explore a country.

 

Children will explore a country in Africa. This can be any country of particular interest. They will have the opportunity to create a detailed information page about their nation of choice. In the top right hand corner, they can begin by colouring in an accurate representation of their country’s national flag. In essence, it is a research project which can be done with the support of an Atlas, map and computer. At the foot of the page, there are three lines to include some other amazing facts about their chosen country.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

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