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# Home Learning Tasks WC 2.11.20

Hello Y1! Here are this week’s home learning activities:

Monday 2nd November

English: Anansi and Tiger

LO: To listen and respond to a story.

In the first lesson of this new unit, we listen to the story 'Anansi and Tiger' and think about the characters and main plot points in a 'plot matrix'.

Maths:

LO: to explore the concept of zero.

In this lesson we will learn what the number zero looks like, where it falls on a number line and how to represent it.

Task: Complete maths lesson 1 worksheet.

PE: Cosmic kids yoga

Join in with Betsy Banana on today’s yoga adventure:

Spanish:

Y1D      hat

Y1H     mat

Y1WS  pat

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Tuesday 3rd November

English:

LO: To tell a story from memory.

In this lesson, we create a story map and 'step' the story of 'Anansi and Tiger'.

Maths:

LO: To combine two groups.

In this lesson we will learn how to combine two parts to make a whole. We will also learn the language of plus and equal to.

Task: Complete maths lesson 2 worksheet.

PE: Cosmic kids yoga

Join in with Pedro the e Penguin on today’s yoga adventure:

History:

Why did Guy Fawkes want to blow up the houses of Parliament?

In this lesson, we will learn why Guy Fawkes wanted to blow up the houses of Parliament. You will hear and map the story of the Gunpowder Plot. We will learn about when and why the conspirators attempted to kill King James I and what happened to Guy Fawkes afterwards. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

Wednesday 4th November

English:

LO: To role-play action clearly in a story.

In this lesson, we use our action writing toolkit to role-play as the different animal characters and explore what happens to them.

Maths:

LO: To combine two groups including zero.

In this lesson we will continue to combine two parts, however zero will now be included in this specifically. We will address what this means when thinking about parts and the whole.

Task: Complete maths lesson 3 worksheet.

PE: Cosmic kids yoga

Join in with Colonel Crockles the Crocodile on today’s yoga adventure:

History:

Who was Guy Fawkes?

In this lesson, we will learn who Guy Fawkes was and why he was important in the conspiracy to blow up the houses of Parliament. You will learn the meaning of the word 'conspiracy' and you'll find out about some of the other conspirators. You'll also find out whether the plan was successful and what happened to Guy Fawkes afterwards. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

Thursday 5th November

English:

LO: To use the conjunction ‘and’ to join clauses

In this lesson, we learn how to use the conjunction 'and' to join two sentences or clauses together.

Maths:

LO: Exploring subtraction by partitioning

In this lesson we will begin to understand subtraction as partitioning. We will use the language of whole, part, subtract and equal to.

Task: Complete maths lesson 4 worksheet.

PE: Cosmic kids yoga

Join in with the Wizard of Oz:

History:

How do we celebrate Guy Fawkes Day?

In this lesson, we will learn how some people celebrate Guy Fawkes Day. We will learn about bonfire night and then we will look at the different ways in which it is celebrated. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil.

Friday 6th November

English:

LO: To summarise what we have read.

In this lesson, we practise our reading strategies as well as learning how to summarise the events of the story.

Maths:

In this lesson we will recap both addition and subtraction skills within numbers to 6. We will focus on using the language of whole and part.

Task: Complete maths lesson 5 worksheet.

PE: Cosmic kids yoga

Join in with Tallulah the Owlet for today’s yoga adventure:

Science:

LC: Which materials are waterproof?

In this lesson, we will be learning about waterproof materials. We will test a variety of household materials and compare how absorbent each of them is. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil to complete today’s lesson. For our experiment, if you would like to take part, you will need: twigs or a piece of wood, a plastic bag or cup, a glass cup, cardboard or paper, and a pair of socks or piece of fabric. If you do not have these materials, you can watch the lesson and record your observations of the experiment.