Week 1 - 1/11-5/11
Week 5 - 29/11/21
Week 6 - 6/12/21
Week 7 - 13/12/21
Week 7 - 18th-22nd October
Week 4 - Monday 20/9/21
Look at some examples of posters online, emphasise features – bright, eye catching, layout, text sizes & font. What is the purpose of a poster? (to persuade). Highlight the persuasive language.
Children to create a poster advertising Hadlow village.
Use the sentence starters to help.
Discuss various ways to make 10. Then, ask your child to write down the sums in order.
Extn - Discuss the pattern compared to number bonds to 10. Then number bond sticks to 20. 2 sheets.
Ensure that your child does some physical activity using the websites in Week 3 Thursday.
Week 4 - Tuesday 21/9/21
Continue with their poster.
Draw the dots on the beetles to show number bonds to 10, explain that the dots must be clear.
Extension - discuss the pattern of number bonds to 10 with the children. What do they notice? Then, ‘I can make 10’ sheet to assess.
Following on from yesterday, complete number bonds to 20 missing numbers.
Discuss what they have learnt about Hadlow – physical and human features. Explain that Sunny the Meerkat is coming to visit and he needs to find his way around. But, he can’t read so he needs pictures to help him.
Give your child a basic outline of Hadlow and add key physical and human features. Use a coloured key to identify the physical and human features in Hadlow.
Share their maps using compass points and positional language to discuss the position of things in relation to one another.
Week 4 - Wednesday 22/9/21
Introduce the text Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper to the children. Discuss the text type, predictions of the story and read the blurb together.
Read the story up until the point where the Duck leaves the cabin.
Ask your child to share what has happened so far.
Read the book again.
Use the book to retell the story and choose actions to help them to remember the story.
Complete the robot sheet and bar modelling.
Extension - number bonds to 10 problems.
number bonds to 20 problems.
Name as many materials as you can.
Have pictures of materials and pictures of objects face down. They turn over a material and then an object and record what they have. Then they need to say if it will work and why.
e.g. a cup made of wood. It will work because you can still drink.
Week 4 - Thursday 23/9/21
Retell the story of pumpkin soup.
Create a recipe for success for retelling the story using pictures.
Recipe for success:
- Add in connectives
- Chronological Order (CT to prep and reveal)
Write some sums in your child's book e.g. 1 + _ = 10. They answer the sums.
Extension - discuss the commutative aspect of number bonds either to 10 or to 20.
Show them commutative e.g. 3 + 17 = 20 so 17 + 3 = 20.
Then, give you child a number e.g. 3. They write what we add to that number to make 10 or 20 as a sum and then write the commutative.
PE - ensure that your child does some outdoors activity. Look at Thursday of last week for some ideas.
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling - Ask your child to write some questions about their family. Ensure that they use a capital letter and a question mark.
Week 3- Friday 17/09/21
What is the anagram? (jumbled up word)
Well done, it is because!
How many times can you write because without looking in 1 minute?
Complete the sentences below:
I can't wait for Friday __________ it is fish and chip day!
My favourite subject is Maths ________ I love to be challenged with numbers.
Goldilocks was very cheeky ...........
The three little bears were cross .........
Now write your own sentences using the connective because
How many words can you read in 1 minute?
Watch both videos below and think back to the Art skills that were practiced in school last Friday.
Practice drawing proportions of the face, making sure to look and observe in the mirror.
Children to create their own self portrait, using pencil only, focusing on shape and proportion.
Week 3 - Thursday 16/9/21
Look at some examples of posters, emphasise features – bright, eye catching, layout, text sizes & font. What is the purpose of a poster? (to persuade). Highlight the persuasive language.
Children to then create a poster advertising Hadlow village.
Use the persuasive sentences from yesterday and the features of the posters that you have looked at.
Week 3 - Wednesday 15/9/21
What do you see in Hadlow, what do you like about Hadlow, what are the physical and human features? Why would people want to visit Hadlow? How could we persuade people to visit Hadlow? What does persuade mean?
Come up with words we would want to use to ‘persuade’ people to visit.
Examples – imperative form, amazing, wonderful, exciting…
Model verbally constructing persuasive sentences, using the given persuasive sentence openers.
Spend some time verbally constructing sentences with a talk partner.
Use strips of coloured paper to write persuasive sentences to encourage people to visit Hadlow. Use the sent starters to help.
Introduce the statement- Metal is used most in our home. Is this true or false? How can we find out? Which material is used most in our home?
Introduce children to tallies and totals. Model collecting data for one of the materials, using various objects.
Allow the children to survey the objects in and around the home and complete their table.
What material was most common? Do you agree or disagree with the statement? On the sheet answer the question.
Extn – Why do you think this material is used most?
Also, please make sure that you are practicing your spellings which can be found on the website.
You can also read your reading book.
You can also practice counting forwards and backwards.
There are lots of resources that you can use on the Learning at Home tab under Cherry Class and please feel free to send in some of the work that you have done and we can add it to the website.