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w/c 18.5.20

Hello KS1. We hope you have had a lovely weekend. Stay safe and try and complete as many activities as you can.

We hope you have a great week. 

 

 

Maths

 

The Maths learning you have been completing looks fantastic so far! We have been checking Purple Mash daily to see what you have been up to, and are really enjoying looking at and replying to your work on there.

There is further White Rose activities, please look at the ‘Summer 2- Week 4’

 

Y2- click here 

Y1 – click here 

 

 

There is a video explaining the task and learning. For each lesson, there are a set of questions and answers. You can write the answers down, or tell the answer to a grown up or sibling. After you have done all of the questions, check the answers to see if you were correct. 

We have also set some maths challenges for you to complete on Purple Mash, which can be accessed here: 
Y2 – missing numbers- click here 

 adding and subtracting from 2 digit number- click here 

 

Y1 – subtraction game- click here 

 Bond bubbles - click here 

 

PLEASE remember: Save your work once you have finished so that your teacher can see your hard work!

English

 

We loved all your work last week based on ‘A Squash and a Sqeeze’ and you have made some lovely work on Purplemash.

 

The Selfish Crocodile by Faustin Charles

 

 

If you don’t have the book, click here for a video of the book being read. 

 

 

 

Task 1 – Retell the story with a grown up and tell your grown up as much as you can remember about the story.

 

Task 2 – Can you design your own crocodile and write a sentence about it. For example: The crocodile is mean. The crocodile is mean and he has sharp teeth. The crocodile is nasty because he tries to eat the other animals.  

This can be completed on paper or on Purplemash here 

 

Task 3 – Pick your favourite part of the story and write it up. Afterwards draw a picture to go with your sentences. Try and use different sentences openers such as Once upon a time, Next, After that, Then and Finally.

This can be completed on paper or on Purplemash here 

 

Task 4 – Can you write a list of all the animals in the story? You might need to watch the story more than once. Remember to use commas in a list. Example of a list: Red, blue, green, yellow and black.

 

Task 5 – Write sentences to describe the crocodile at the beginning and the end of the story. Remember to write how the crocodile changes and explain why.

This can be completed on paper or on Purplemash here

Reading

Continue to read books that match your book band level using this link. After reading the book, answer the questions with a grown up.

Please email homelearning@manorlodge.sheffield.sch.uk if you are not sure what your book band level is.

Please read the book ‘Wolf’s new friend’ and complete the activities.

For each chapter, can you complete the quiz?

 

Phonics

Please complete the phonics activities that have been set for you on Purplemash. Remember to check your 2Do list for this.

Also, don’t forget to watch the daily phonics lessons on YouTube 

 

 

 

 

Science

This week we will continue to learn about seasonal changes.

Can you find out the months that make up the different seasons?

Use different sources to research the months and complete the table:

Season

Months

 

Autumn

 

 

 

 

 

 

December, January, February

 

Spring

 

 

 

 

Summer

 

 

 

 

What is the difference between day and night?

Draw a picture to show the difference between day and night, make sure you include animals you see in the day and during the night. Write 2 sentences explaining what you have included in your picture and why.

 

 

 

 

 

Please visit this website, look at the educational videos available and complete the quiz 😊 

Art

 

Some of you have been getting really creative at home, and have sent in photos of what you have been making, these have been brilliant! If you have anything to share please email it to homelearning@manorlodge.sheffield.sch.uk we would love to see.

 

Here is an activity you can try for this week.

 

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