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Year 1 Online Learning

This page will be populated with online learning in the event of a Year 1 bubble closure or whole school closure. If you are self isolating individually, please contact us via email below and we will send you plans and resources for your child to complete at home. Please visit our Year 1 page for all other curriculum over views and year group information. 
https://emsworthprimaryschool.co.uk/YearGroups/Year-1/

In the event of a closure, we will provide a variety of activities from across the curriculum that we would have been teaching in school. Our activities will be engaging and varied in the approach including online, active, outdoor, indoor and written. We will be using some different online platforms, including SeeSaw to share children's work. All passwords and login details were sent out last term, but if you are unsure or would like new copies, please contact your child's teacher via email.

Our English learning will follow our termly book led topic and our Maths learning will follow our long term plan of year 1 objectives. We will also include phonics, spelling and reading activities. In addition to this, we will provide children with a daily foundation subject, for example P.E or science. At the end of each week we will save the week's online learning at the bottom of the page. 

If you have any questions about online learning or you would like to contact us directly due to you self-isolating, please email us. 

n.perkins@emsworth.hants.sch.uk

l.wilman@emsworth.hants.sch.uk

Online Learning Week 3 
w/b 18/01/21

Daily Reading

Whilst your child is learning remotely, we would like them to read daily.
Please log onto Oxford Owl using your child's class log in details: 
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/login?active-tab=students

Username: Rabbits20     Password: rabbits
Username: squirrels20   Password: Squirrels20

You can find and select reading books which are the same reading level as your child's spot book colours in school. If you are unsure about your child's reading spot book level, please email your child's teacher. 

We strongly encourage that your child reads daily as well as being read to by an adult. Please follow this link to watch some books being read by the teachers at school last term. We will be recording and adding new videos. 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwfaxUkxeZWYoM6jdWlZlTg

Monday 18th January 2021

Phonics

 

Ants, Butterflies and Caterpillars

Dragonflies

In addition to this, they could log into the Phonicsplay website and play a game of choice, revising all of phase 5.
Username: Rabbits 
Password: rabbits19

English

 

 

Listen to pages 12-29 of 'Claude in the City'.

 

Activity
Use large paper to draw a geographical map of the city Claude and Sir Bobblysock visit. Draw in the roads and then the buildings mentioned. Cut out character pictures of Claude and Sir Bobblysock to position on the map and track their journey so far. Discuss the different shops mentioned. Children to complete story map including, coloured and well-presented illustrations, labels and speech bubbles.

Watch Miss Day's Story Map Example

Download and print the worksheet or create a story map on a large piece of paper. 

Story Map

Use your story map to retell the story. Here is an example of Miss Day using her story map to retell the story. 

You can download and print out a Claude and Sir Bobblysock here to move around your story map or make your own. 

Claude and Sir Bobblysock

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Maths

 


Mental Maths


Reasoning/Problem Solving

Activity
1) Complete the 'Add by making 10' lesson with Miss Wilman. 


2) Download and print the tens frames and number sentence templates and use them to help you answer the the number problems below. If you don't have a printer you could draw two tens frames on a whiteboard of A4 piece of paper. You could use anything in your house as counters, such as Lego or buttons. However, they need to be two different colours/shapes/sizes so you can clearly see the difference between the two numbers you are adding. Alternatively, you could print and cut out the counters below. 

9 + 1 =           9 + 4 =            9 + 7 =

9 + 2 =           9 + 3 =            9 + 8 =

Tens Frame Template    Number Sentence Template    Counters

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History

 


Play and interact with 'The Great Fire of London' online game. 
http://www.fireoflondon.org.uk/game/

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PSHE

 

Read the story ‘The Smartest Giant in Town’ by Julia Donaldson.
In the story, the giant helps lots of different animals. Ask the children to recall the different ways the giant helps the animals. Ask the children what might have happened if the giant had ignored the animals.
Talk about how the giant was just going about his day but he saw animals who needed help and he stepped in. Ask the children to recall ways they have been helped by other people.
Ask the children to think of ways they could help somebody else. Challenge the children to look for opportunities throughout the week to help others at school and at home. Try and ‘catch’ the children being helpful and praise them for it when you do.
Revisit at the end of the week and ask the children to share all the ways they have helped others at school or at home. Follow on: You could ask the children to make a special crown for someone who has helped them - like the animals did in the story.

Tuesday 19th January 2021

Phonics

 

Ants, Butterflies and Caterpillars

Dragonflies

In addition to this, they could log into the Phonicsplay website and play a game of choice, revising all of phase 5.
Username: Rabbits 
Password: rabbits19

English

 

 

Use role play to explore Claude’s feelings throughout his visit to the City. Explain to the children that ‘Claude’ will be visiting and the children need to prepare a question for him. Children write questions, including a question mark. 
They could either write their questions on paper or download the word document below.

Questions to Claude

Leave the room and put on a red beret or act in role as Claude when you return. Act in role as Claude and answer the children’s questions about the City- including feeling adjectives.

Model golden vocabulary choices- I felt.... excited, surprised, nervous, thrilled, delighted, enthusiastic, astonished, bewildered, stunned, startled, overjoyed, enchanted, charmed.

Swap and allow your child to act in role as Claude and you ask them questions. 
Write down the feeling adjectives together to describe how Claude felt when he went to the City.

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Maths

 


Mental Maths


Reasoning/Problem Solving


Activity
1) Complete the 'Add by making 10' lesson with Miss Wilman. 


2) Download and complete one of the sheets below. If you do not have a printer, you can download the sheet to help you but write the answer on paper. 

Easiest A little easier

A little more difficult Most difficult

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P.E

 


Join in with the kids 9 minute workout.
After, challenge the children to think of their own exercises to complete.

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Handwriting 

 


Log into the Letter Join website

https://www.letterjoin.co.uk/

Username: jk78829
Password: home

Go onto 'easy letters'. Watch the videos of the formation of different letters. 
Practice forming the letters correctly using pre-cursive handwriting. You can also download handwriting sheets from the website. 

Wednesday 20th January 2021

Phonics

 

Ants, Butterflies and Caterpillars

Dragonflies

In addition to this, they could log into the Phonicsplay website and play a game of choice, revising all of phase 5.
Username: Rabbits 
Password: rabbits19

English

 

 

Look at images from the 'Claude in the City' story. Use snap shot images of Claude and Sir Bobblysock’s journey to the city, caption beneath each photograph a sentence to match the photograph. How does Claude feel about a juicy bone baguette? How does Claude feel in the café? How does Claude feel when he first gets to the city?

Activity

Children write sentences practising skill of writing about feelings. Encourage the children to use ‘because’ and explain why Claude feels that way. Write a sentence with a feeling adjective to go along with each of the images. 
For example, 'I felt astonished when I saw the City.' 'I felt excited when I saw the beret shop'. 'I felt shocked when I saw the loo shop.'

Download the document below or write your sentence on paper. 

Claude's Feelings

Download and use the Phonics Mat to support spelling.

Sound Mat

Download the feelings adjective ideas word mat.

Golden words- Feelings Adjectives

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Maths

 


Mental Maths

Reasoning/Problem Solving

Activity
1) Complete the 'Add by making 10' video with Miss Wilman.

2) Download and print the tens frames and number sentence templates and use them to help you answer the the number problems below. If you don't have a printer you could draw two tens frames on a whiteboard of A4 piece of paper. You could use anything in your house as counters, such as Lego or buttons. However, they need to be two different colours/shapes/sizes so you can clearly see the difference between the two numbers you are adding. Alternatively, you could print and cut out the counters below. 

8 + 3 =           8 + 4 =            8 + 5 =

7 + 5 =           7 + 7 =            7 + 8 =

Tens Frame Template Number Sentence Template Counters Template

 

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Science

 




Option 1

In school, we would have been doing an absorption investigation this week. You might like to try it at home. We are investigating which material is best for absorbing water.

You will need:

  • A very small glass of water
  • A variety of different materials to investigate (you could use the materials we have on our attached sheet or you could use other materials you have in your home).

Key Questions

  • Make a prediction. Which material do you think will be most absorbent? Which will be least? Why do you think that?
  • How can we make this a fair test? What would happen if we tested a jug of water for fabric and a thimble of water for plastic. Would this be fair? Why/why not?
  • How can we tell if a material is absorbent or not? What are we looking for? How can we measure this?

 

1) Write your list of materials you are testing or download the sheet below. Either print the sheet or copy the table.

2) Measure out a small amount of water. You will only need a small amount but you will need to use the same amount each time.

3) Pour the water on a hard surface or in an open tray.

4) Use a material to absorb the water. Is the surface still wet or is it dry? Tick the box for if the material is very absorbent, a little absorbent or not at al absorbent.

5) Repeat the above steps with each material.

6) Which material was most absorbent? Why do you think this? Which material was least absorbent? Why do you think this?

Recording Sheet

Option 2

Watch the BBC Bitesize video on materials and their uses. 

BBC Bitesize

Discuss what would be the best material for the following uses. Explain your reasoning. 

  • A house
  • A mug
  • A hammer
  • A bike
  • School Uniform 
  • A football
  • A climbing frame
  • A doll 

 

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Guided Reading

 

Listen to 'Claude on Holiday'.
Read up to page 37.

Response Questions
How did Claude save the man in the water?
What adventure do you think Claude will go on next?
You can either talk about the response question below with an adult, draw a picture or write a sentence. 

Thursday 21st January 2021

Phonics

 

Ants, Butterflies and Caterpillars

Dragonflies

In addition to this, they could log into the Phonicsplay website and play a game of choice, revising all of phase 5.
Username: Rabbits 
Password: rabbits19

English

 

 

Watch Kung Fu punctuation video

Call out – capital letter, full stop, question mark and exclamation mark for the children to do the actions.

Show an abstract from Claude in the City with an exclamation mark, can they spot where they are in the text? When and why do we use exclamation marks?

Activity

Children write a sentence, using an exclamation mark in first person as Claude.

For Example- I loved the city! , My hot chocolate was delicious! , I am glad I didn’t have to clean those windows!, I had a fantastic day!

Download the document below, or write a sentence about each of the images above from yesterday's lesson.

Exclamation Marks

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Maths

 


Mental Maths


Reasoning/Problem Solving

Activity
1) Complete the 'Add by making 10' lesson with Miss Wilman. However, if you already feel confident using this method then you don't have to watch the video and can go straight to the activity. 


2) Download and complete one of the sheets below. If you do not have a printer, you can download the sheet to help you but write the answer on paper. 

Easiest A little easier

A little more difficult Most difficult

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ART

 


 
Picasso draws his portraits by looking at the facial features at different angles and perspectives.

Use a mirror to look at your face from different angles. Notice how the shape of your eyes, nose, chin and other features change depending on the perspective.

Draw an abstract self-portrait of yourself. Remember, this is an abstract piece of art – you can draw your features from different angles and they don’t have to go where you would usually see them. Look at Picasso’s portraits for inspiration. Colour them in with crayons/pastels/colouring pencils. Think about what colours you can use to represent emotion.

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Computing 

 


Log in to Purple Mash and complete the 'Great Fire of London' task. You will find this on your 2dos.
 

Friday 22nd January 2021

Phonics

 

Ants, Butterflies and Caterpillars

Download the sheet below and practice spelling the words and writing the sentences for week 2.

Week 3 Spellings

Dragonflies

Download the sheet below and practice spelling the words and writing the sentences for week 2.Week 3 Spellings

In addition to this, they could log into the Phonicsplay website and play a game of choice, revising all of phase 5.
Username: Rabbits 
Password: rabbits19

English

 

 

Children will be writing sentences to retell Claude's time in the City, using a conjunction. Explain that the conjunctions allow us to have more than one clause in a sentence/ 2 or more bits of information.

For example
I saw a loo shop and I saw a shoe shop.
Sir Bobblysock had a cocktail and I had a hot chocolate.
I felt amazed because I found a beret shop.
I looked at the pigeons because they were cute.

Activity

Children write sentences using the conjunctions ‘and’/ ‘because’, to retell Claude's adventure in the City. 

Either write the sentences using the images from this week's English lessons to support ideas or download the word document below. 

Conjunctions

Download the phonics sound mat to support children's spellings.

Sound Mat

Use the Claude in the City word mat and adjective word mat to support with spellings and ideas. 

Feelings Adjectives

Claude in the City Word Mat

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Maths

 


Mental Maths




Reasoning/Problem Solving

Activity
1) Complete the 'Add by making 10' lesson with Miss Wilman. However, if you already feel confident using this method then you don't have to watch the video and can go straight to the activity. 


2) Download and complete one of the sheets below. If you do not have a printer, you can download the sheet to help you but write the answer on paper. 
A little easier Medium A little more difficult

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D&T

 


 

This term we will be designing and making fruit skewers to go in 'Socktail' drinks for Sir Bobblysock.

This week, you be drawing your final design for your skewers. You will then be writing a shopping list for what fruit you will need.

Next week, you will be making your skewers and will need fruit for this and your favourite juice drink. If you do not have any skewers in your house, you could make a put the fruit inside the drink instead.

Skewers Final Design

 

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Golden Time 




Previous Online Learning

Information about the websites we will be using

 www.letterjoin.co.uk

Tablet Edition
User name: jk78829
Swipe code: A capital 'L' shape starting at top left.
Home-School Account
User name: jk78829
Account Password: home

Letterjoin is a great website for practicing handwriting at home. 

Oxford Owl has a variety of books for children to read at home. It includes a range of spot books which will match those that children read in school. You will need your child's class log in details. 

Help shape the future of MyMaths Survey

MyMaths has a huge range of maths activities and tasks. We will set children tasks which can be completed at home. You will need your child's log in details.

 

Purple mash is a website full of activities which cover the whole curriculum. You will need your child's log in details.

 

PhonicsPlay

Phonics Play has a selection of games that support the children's phonics understanding including all alternative spellings. Username: march20, password: home

 

PE & Movement:

Joe Wicks' daily workouts: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Cosmic Kids Yoga: https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

White Rose Maths is a free website that we will use to set remote Maths tasks. They have interactive Maths lessons, so get your pencil and paper at the ready! You will not need log in details for this website.

We will use YouTube to share videos. We will be recording and posting daily phonics lessons and videos of us reading stories for the children to watch from home. You will not need login details for this website.


BBC Bitesize has a range of videos, games and information on subjects across the primary curriculum. We may use BBC bitesize for Science and Maths. You will not need log in details for this website.