Hazel Class Home Learning
Our topic is …. SUPERHEROES!
Week commencing Monday 6th July:
As far as possible, the learning in school will continue to mirror what is in this document. If you are in school and able to do learning at home too at other times in the week, just go from the relevant day. So, if you were in school on Monday and Tuesday and have time to do some learning on Wednesday, just look at ‘Day 3’ for activity ideas. This is the same for Literacy too this week.
For more craft-based and topic themed activities, see the Superheroes topic-related activity ideas pdf below.
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If you fancy something a little different …
- Miss Cook has some brilliant Superhero story and drama activities here. Take a look and have fun! https://youtu.be/kX8takBv4Nc
- Mrs Spence speaks to author Lucy Marks about her experience of becoming a children’s book writer!’ Why don’t you come and find some fun activities afterwards on Lucy’s website http://lucymarks.com/ where Lucy will also read you some of her book! Learn how to make a picture diary, work on a character and make your own drawings. If you let your teacher know and send a picture of a completed activity, Lucy will send you a ‘Disappearing Act’ Badge and we will get a free signed copy to one lucky Stoke Parker! https://stokeparkprimary.org/2020/05/21/mrs-spence-speaks-to-author-lucy-marks-about-her-experience-of-becoming-a-childrens-book-writer/
- The food waste mini challenge:
Previous Home Learning and accompanying documents:
Term 5, Week 1:
Term 5, Week 2:
Term 5, Week 3:
Term 5, Week 4:
Year 1 timetable for week 6 of closure wc 11.5.20 Answers Compare number sentences Worksheet Compare number sentences Answers Add and subtract worded problems Worksheet Add and subtract worded problems Answers Subtract within 20 Worksheet Subtract within 20 Answers Add by making 10 Worksheet Add by making 10
Term 5, Week 5:
Year 1 timetable for week 7 of closure wc 18.5.20 Lesson 4 Answers – Introduce weight and mass 2019 Lesson 3 Answers – Measure length (2) 2019 Lesson 2 Answers – Measure length (1) 2019 Lesson 1 Answers – Compare lengths and heights 2019 Lesson 4 – Introduce weight and mass 2019 Lesson 3 – Measure length (2) 2019 Lesson 2 – Measure length (1) 2019 Lesson 1 – Compare lengths and heights 2019
Term 6, Week 1:
Year 1 timetable for week 8 of closure wc 1.6.20 Lesson 4 Answers – Measure capacity 2019 Lesson 4 – Measure capacity 2019 Lesson 3 Answers – Introduce capacity and volume 2019 Lesson 3 – Introduce capacity and volume 2019 Lesson 2 Answers – Compare mass 2019 Lesson 2 – Compare mass 2019 Lesson 1 Answers – Measure mass 2019 Lesson 1 – Measure mass 2019 Literacy – Wednesday 3rd June
Term 6, Week 2:
Year 1 timetable for week 9 of closure wc 8.6.20 Comic Strip Plan Wednesday Comic Book Templates Thursday and Friday Lesson 1 Count in 2s 2019 Lesson 1 Answers Count in 2s 2019 Lesson 2 Count in 5s 2019 Lesson 2 Answers Count in 5s 2019 Lesson 3 Count in 10s 2020 Lesson 3 Answers Count in 10s 2020 Lesson 4 Add equal groups 2020 Lesson 4 Answers Add equal groups 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JySea288Qo
Term 6, Week 3:
Year 1 timetable for week 10 of closure w.c 15.6.20 Lesson 1 Make arrays 2020 Lesson 1 Answers Make arrays 2020 Lesson 2 Make doubles 2020 Lesson 2 Answers Make doubles 2020 Lesson 3 Make equal groups – sharing 2020 Lesson 3 Answers Make equal groups – sharing 2020 Lesson 4 Make equal groups – grouping 2020 Lesson 4 Answers Make equal groups – grouping 2020
Term 6, Week 4:
Year 1 timetable for week 11 of closure w.c 22.6.20 Lesson 1 – Counting to 100 Lesson 1 Answers – Counting to 100 Lesson 2 – Partitioning numbers Lesson 2 Answers – Partitioning numbers Lesson 4 Answers – Comparing numbers (2) Lesson 4 – Comparing numbers (2) Lesson 3 Answers – Comparing numbers (1) Lesson 3 – Comparing numbers (1)
Term 6, Week 5:
Year 1 timetable for week 12 of closure w.c 29.6.20 Lesson 1 – Ordering numbers Lesson 2 – Recognising coins Lesson 3 – Recognising notes Lesson 4 – Counting in coins Lesson 1 Answers – Ordering numbers Lesson 2 Answers – Recognising coins Lesson 3 Answers – Recognising notes Lesson 4 Answers – Counting in coins
Previous learning covered in Year 1:
Term 1: Deadly 60
Our topic this term is all about dangerous animals! We will consider life as an explorer and journey to wild places. We will become deadly 60 reporters and find out about the creatures in various extreme habitats around the world. In history we will learn about famous explorers both past and present. We will become wildlife photographers in art to find out about the animals that live in our local environment. We will finish our topic with a trip to the Wild Place and become real life explorers.
Term 2: Robots
Our topic this term is all about robots! Over the term we will discover how robots move and how things are powered by electricity. In DT we will design our own robot cars by making axels to help them move. In history we will learn about the changes in technology within our lifetime. We can’t wait for all this robot excitement!
Term 3: I’m a celebrity
This term we are turning ourselves into celebrities. We will start with a red carpet event, where we can all show off our glamorous outfits and walk down the red carpet. Throughout the topic we will be learning about famous celebrities of the past and present and deciding which one is our favourite. We will also be finding out about ourselves in our Science work, including what we need to survive and stay healthy. In Art we will have fun creating our own portraits in the style of famous artists.
Term 4: Horrible Histories
This term we are turning back time and travelling to 1666 when the Great Fire of London started. We will try to imagine what life was like in London before, during and after this event, using Samuel Pepys’ diary to help us to paint a picture of the scene. In Science, we will investigate light and sound, in Art we will look at patterns and textures in buildings and in Literacy we will work towards creating poems and newspaper reports. Our Maths learning will focus on weight, length, volume and capacity. We also look forward to a visit from the local fire service.