Hello and welcome to the Year 1 Remote Learning page!

(Suggested Key Stage 1 Remote Learning Timetable)

Session 1

9am – 9.30am

Session 2

9.45 – 10.45am

 

Session 3

11 – 12pm

Session 4

1 – 2.30pm

Free Learning

2.30 – 3.15pm

MondayPhonics English – reading

MathsProject
TuesdayPhonics / ReadingEnglishClass Meeting 

10am

MathsProject
WednesdayPhonics / ReadingEnglish

MathsProject
ThursdayPhonics / ReadingEnglish

MathsProject
FridayPhonics / ReadingEnglishClass Meeting

10am

 

MathsPE
9-9.30pm

9.45-10.45am11-12pm1 – 2.30pm
2.30-3.15pm
Monday

1/03/2021

Phonics: 

English – Reading:MathsProjectReading/ Story
Please click on the hyperlink on the top row and then complete the worksheet for your group from the second row.RWI videos

Orange group – revisit set 3 sound

Blue group – set 2 sound

Green group – revisit set 1 sound

Guided reading books:

Group A – The Big Spider

Group B – Curly and the Honey

Group C – Terrible Tiger

Group D – Gran is Cross

Group E – Animal Quiz

Group F – This and That

Halving – introductionWorld Book Day introductionToday’s story is –

Monkey Puzzle

RWI books/activities:

Orange group – Come on Margo

Blue group -Elvis

Green group – word cards

Have a go at halving some things. Ensure that they are split down the middle and both sides are the same and equal. For example:
  • Fold paper shapes in half
  • Cut paper in half
  • Colour shapes in half
  • With the assistance of a grown up, cut fruit or vegetables in half
  • Break a bar of chocolate in half

Halves of shapes activity sheet

Answers

Our theme for book week is ‘our favourite books.’  We would love the children to share with us their favourite books in lots of different ways – making puppets, story maps, book reviews, character descriptions – its up to you!
Tuesday

02/03/2021

Phonics / Reading

EnglishMathsProjectReading/ story
 RWI videosEnglish introductionMaths introduction – halving groups of objectsPlease continue to explore your favourite books and think about how you want to share them with us – you could create a book review, retell the story, create your own version or even explore some of the activities we completed during Storytelling week.Today’s story is…

Munch

Orange group – set 3 sound

Orange group activity

Blue group – set 2 sound

Blue group activity

Green group – revisit set 1 sound

Green group activity

We have added some yes/no question cards – can you read the questions using your phonics knowledge?

TEAMS MEETING AT 10AMPolar Bear information

Polar beat fact sheet

templates

Today we will be researching polar bears and where they live.  Use the information to write down facts all about polar bear habitats.

domino halves worksheet

ladybirds halves worksheet

Complete at least 1 activity sheet to idenitfy halves of numbers – use objects to help by sharing into 2 equal groups.

Wednesday

03/03/2021

Phonics / Reading: 
 
English:Maths: ProjectFree time
RWI videosEnglish introductionCan all numbers to 20 be halved into whole numbers?

We want you to identify which whole numbers can be halved between 1-20 using objects to help (sharing)  Make a list of the numbers which can be halved – eg half of 4 is 2

Please continue to explore your favourite books and think about how you want to share them with us – you could create a book review, retell the story, create your own version or even explore some of the activities we completed during Storytelling week.Today’s story read by Mrs Rimmer is…

When Will it be Spring?

 Orange group – set 3 sound

Blue group – set 2 sound

Green group – revisit set 1 sound

Phonics Play

Log in to access different games with the details below:

Username: jan21

Password: home

Today we will be researching polar bears and their diets (what they eat) to help us develop our fact file.  Research information online or use yesterday’s resources to help!

templates

Look at your numbers which could be halved – what do you notice about these numbers?

Use the links below to find out about odd and even numbers

Odd and even numbers

Odd and even numbers

Challenge –

Write a list of the odd numbers and the even numbers between 0 and 20.

Thursday

04/03/2021

Phonics / Reading
 
EnglishMathsProject
 RWI videoPolar Bear information

Polar beat fact sheet

Maths introduction

Hit the Button

Why not start the afternoon with a ‘guess the story’ quiz!

Guess the Story

Today our story is …

The Princess and the Wizard

 TEAMS MEETING TODAY AT 9.30AMOrange group – set 3 sound

Blast off game – orange group

Blue group – set 2 sound

Blast off game – Blue group

Green group – revisit set 1 sound

Blast off game – green group

Today we will be researching polar bears and their appearance (what they look like) to help us develop our fact file.  Research information online or use the above resources to help!

templates

Correct or not correct activity sheet

Look carefully at each statement to decide if it is correct or not correct.

Can you verbally explain why some are not correct? Can you correct each one?

 

Tell us all about your World Book Day costume!

My World Book Day costume 

Friday

05/03/2021

Phonics / ReadingEnglishMathsPEFree time
 As you have all been working so hard in RWI this term, we would like to end our remote learning with an alphabet hunt – can you find objects around your house beginning with each letter of the alphabet?

Alphabet hunt

English introductionDoubling and halving PPTLet’s end the day with some online work out videos –

Cosmic yoga 

PE with Joe

Boogie Beebies

Today’s story is…

Oscar the Hungry Unicorn

 Today we would like you to set out your fact file – cut out your templates and organise your fact file for your friends to see.  Add a title, sub headings and pictures or photographsMissing numbers activity

Use your knowledge of doubles and halves to complete the part whole models.  Remember – as we are focusing on doubles and halves, make sure your parts are the same to make the doubles!