Robins

Robins Class Year 1 and 2
Welcome to our class page
Home Learning: 
Each week Mrs Gough and Mrs Andrews will put an outline of learning that we'd like you to complete over the week. 
Please share your learning on tapestry and record what you have done in your school diary. 
Keep all of the work you do and date it please. 
Please don't worry if you're finding something tricky. Keep things as simple as you can, try your very best and make sure you read every day. Remember to record when you read in your school diary. 
We are missing you and thinking about you all. Take care of yourselves and your families. 
Love from Mrs Gough and Mrs Andrews xxx

Home Learning Year 2 

W/C: Monday 30th March

Maths 

-Doodle tables and maths 10 mins 4 times a week

-Fractions

-Chapter 13 - have a go at any of the lessons in this chapter that you haven’t completed - don't worry if you find any of them a bit tricky. 

-Use espresso videos and activities to help. 

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item883167/grade1/index.html?source=espresso-home-mixedcore-content 

 

Literacy 

-Doodle English and spelling 10 mins 4 times a week

-Write a letter to Mrs Gough and Mrs Andrews and post it to school. 

Remember capital letters and full stops. Can you use a ? and !. 

-Watch Mrs Gough read a story on Tapestry. Write a new story about Detective

Dog. Include Capital letters, full stops ! ? 

Include words with suffixes -ment, -ness. E.g. excitement, happiness. 

-Write a Spring poem

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item1162014/grade1/index.html?source=espresso-home-mixedhighlights

-Listen to David Walliams reading story at 11am

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/

 

Phonics: 

-Words ending in -tion 

action station fiction motion nation national section position solution operation

The children don’t need to be able to spell all of these words, but they need to know how to spell the tion at the end of the words and know it’s these letters when they hear the ‘tion’’ sound. 


-Homophones their, they’re, there
 
 
It would be great if you could mark some of the work completed or give verbal feedback and praise to your child. If you want to continue the way we mark at school it is a green tick or green line underneath for successes and a pink dot or line underneath anything which needs practice. For Literacy I would keep to common exception word spellings and punctuation.

Home Learning Year 1

W/C: 30/3/20 

It would be great if you could mark some of the work completed or give verbal feedback and praise to your child. If you want to continue the way we mark at school it is a green tick or green line underneath for successes and a pink dot or line underneath anything which needs practice. For Literacy I would keep to common exception word spellings and punctuation. 

This week we are working on: 

 Maths: 

Learning all about numbers to 100

Chap 15 lessons 4 and  5

Recite 10 times table ( 1 times 10 is 10, 2 times 10 is 20)

 Literacy: 

Write a letter to teacher and post it to the school, parents to put a photo of it on Tapestry so we can reply

Capitals, full stops

Watch Mrs Gough read a story on Tapestry. Write a new story about Dog Detective.

Full stops, capital letters, spell year 1 words correctly (common exception words on class webpage)

Write a Spring poem

Ideas on

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item1162014/grade1/index.html?source=espresso-home-mixedhighlights

Listen to

David Walliams reading story

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/

 Doodle English and spelling 10 mins 4 times a week

Phonics

‘ur’ = ‘or’

Blending for reading word, world, worse, worm, work, worship. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item114607/grade1/module63429/index.html

‘ur’ = ‘ear’ Blending for reading: learn, pearl, earth, earn, early. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item114607/grade1/module63429/index.html

‘or’ = ‘al’ 

Blending for reading: talk, walk, wall, fall, stalk, ball. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item109871/grade1/module63429/index.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-1M5ncvvxM

‘or’ = ‘our’ Blending for reading: pour, court, mourn, fourteen, your. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item109871/grade1/module63429/index.html

    PE

PE skills

Balance with a partner, start sitting then stand, holding hands, take partners weight, lean back

Then only hold one hand

Exercise

Daily morning Joe Wicks workout 

 yoga

Miss Wittman wake and shake. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1Q3lG_NJvA

Dorset fire fit wake and shake

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zf2fxiu8TtI 

Other subjects

Choose from the Knowledge Organiser

Extra Curricular

Choose from the ideas on the non screen activities

Music log in to Charanga attached to Parent Consultation letter

Passport

Check for this week's activity on Mrs Hunt’s page.

DOODLE AWARDS  27/3/2020
Congratulations to the following children who are in the green zone.
 
Maths

Bea Edana Erin George Lyra Esme Sophia 

Tables

Erin George Lyra Max Sophia 

English

Edana Erin Lyra Esme Harry 

Spelling

Edana George Lyra Max Pippa Brodie Esme Harry Lucas Maisie Sophia 

 

Home Learning Year 1

W/C: 23/3/20 

 This week we are working on:  

Maths:

Fractions - finding halves and quarters of quantities, practical work 

Spelling and writing numbers to 20 correctly.  

Doodle tables and maths 10 mins 4 times a week

Workbook  Chap 14 review pages fractions

Workbook Chap 15 nos. to 100   

lesson 1 pages 77 to 79, lesson 2 pages 80 to 83,  lesson 3 pages 84 to 89

See Powerpoint below for guidance on Maths methods used at school.

 

Literacy: 

Parents follow the instructions on how to make a jam sandwich. Children improve their instructions.

Correct letter formation, join if possible. 

Write a list of things you love about your Mum. Use your neatest handwriting and draw a lovely picture of your Mum.

-Write instructions on how to clean your teeth. Remember, bossy verbs (brush, put, spread) a new line for each instruction, a title, ‘you will need’ and method. 

-Parents follow then children think about how their instructions could be improved. 

Doodle English and spelling 10 mins 4 times a week

 

Phonics

  • The letters se makes  the z sound when you are reading 

please, tease, cheese, because, browse. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_

uk/subject/module/video/item109882/grade1/module63429/index.html 

  • The letter a sometimes makes the ar sound when reading

father, path, grass, lather, rather, last.  https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_

uk/subject/module/video/item112298/grade1/module63429/index.html

 
  • The letters al say the sound ar in words  when reading

half, almond, calm, palm tree. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary uk/subject/module/video/item112298/grade1/module63429/index.html

 

       PE

9am Daily morning Joe Wicks workout

Yoga https://www.cosmickids.com/category/watch/

Play follow my leader

Pass a ball around diff parts of body

Take turns to name a body part and race to pass ball around that body part a set no. of times.

Pass ball around your partners body

Other subjects

Choose from the Knowledge Organiser

Extra Curricular

Choose from the ideas on the non screen activities

Passport

Check for this week's activity on Mrs Hunt’s page.

Home Learning Year 2

W/C: 23/3/20  

This week we are working on: 

 

Maths: 

-Fractions - Finding and comparing fractions. ⅓ and ¼. Practical work - fold paper to show 3 equal parts and 4 equal parts. Can you show ⅔ and 2/4 or ¾? Draw a circle, split it into halves and quarters. 

-Doodle tables and maths 10 mins 4 times a week

 -Recite 2, 5 and 10 times tables (1 times 10 is 10, 2 times 10 is 20)

 

 Literacy: 

-Parents follow instructions on how to make a jam sandwich. 

-Children improve the instructions - Have you used bossy verbs (spread, put, mix) a new line for each instruction, a title, ‘you will need’ and method. 

-Write a list of things you love about your Mum. Use your neatest handwriting and draw a lovely picture of your Mum.

-Write instructions on how to clean your teeth. Remember, bossy verbs (brush, put, spread) a new line for each instruction, a title, ‘you will need’ and method. 

-Parents follow then children think about how their instructions could be improved. 

-Doodle English and spelling 10 mins 4 times a week

 

Phonics: 

-Contractions - didn’t, hasn’t, couldn't, I’ll, they’re. 

What is the apostrophe replacing? 

Put these words into sentences - use your neatest, joined handwriting please. 

 

 PE

9am Daily morning Joe Wicks workout

Yoga https://www.cosmickids.com/category/watch/

Play follow my leader

Pass a ball around diff parts of body

Take turns to name a body part and race to pass ball around that body part a set no. of times.

Pass ball around your partners body

Other subjects

Choose from the Knowledge Organiser

Extra Curricular

Choose from the ideas on the non screen activities

Passport

Check for this week's activity on Mrs Hunt’s page.

 

HOME LEARNING
Please refer to the knowledge organiser which has lots of ideas for home learning. These are cross curricular, you can upload any photos of the work onto Tapestry or stick in their homework books.
 
Any additional ideas will be added to the class page under the title HOME LEARNING.
 
Please use app Doodle Maths, Times tables, English and spelling as these are in line with the national curriculum and designed to be at your child's level, 10 mins a day would make a real difference. We will continue to add extras.
 
Year 2's also have access to Rockstars to learn their tables.
 
 Lists of expected spellings for each year group are on this page.
HOME LEARNING
Log on to Discovery Espresso to find out more about maps and geography.

DOODLE app Top Tips

Ten minutes daily is better than an hour weekly. This is because children forget what they’ve learned – even after a few days – if they don’t keep applying it. So here are our top tips for building a daily habit:

  1. Associate DoodleMaths with a particular daily activity or time of the day. It may be before breakfast, on the school run, or whilst their sibling is reading to you or doing their piano practice. It could be when they get in from school, before they watch a TV program or have their daily blast on Minecraft. Perhaps it’s how they earn that extra after-school biscuit?
  2. Focus on “Streak”, that is, how many days they’ve used it continuously. We track this metric ourselves, and know that over 50% of 7-day streaks turn into 30-day streaks. You’ll find streak information on the parent dashboard and in the parent app.
  3. Put a visible reminder on the fridge. This is especially important earlier on when trying to establish a routine.
  4. Allow local and push notifications when you download the application (or later from your device settings) – then we’ll send a reminder for you.
  5. Download DoodleMaths on all your devices – it will cleverly synchronise their progress, and you’ll avoid that “the iPad’s out of battery/at work/no internet/being used by sibling” situation.
HOME LEARNING
 
Step 1: Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer

Step 2: Enter the code you have received, or CVDTWINKLHELPS if you have not yet been given a code

Go to Parent's Hub

For primary-aged children, take a look at our 5-11 area. Again, this was created with parents in mind so it’s filled with guides and information about what children should be learning in each year group, for each curriculum area. 

Our KS1 Home Learning Packs can be found here.

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HOME LEARNING

Half Term Homework  Spring 2 2020

Year 1 and 2


This half term we will be learning about the geography of Milborne. We would like you to draw a map of the journey from your home to school and add any features you see or pass on the way. These can be physical or human features. It would be good to add detail through annotation, you may wish to use drawings, labels, flaps, photos, ‘post its’ or maps. There will be a piece of A3 paper in the homework book if you wish to use it. Please ask if you need any other resources from school to help.


The second piece of home learning this half term is to choose at least one from any of the options on the Knowledge Organiser. This is on the class page on the school website and gives information on the non core subject learning this half term as well as ideas for things you can do at home to help this half term.


Please send in maps and any other homework or upload to Tapestry before Monday 30th March.

Thank you

Regards

Audrey Andrews and Samantha Gough

HOME LEARNING
To achieve the end of year expectations children should be able, amongst other things, to do the following. If you wish to do extra work at home with your child you may want to use these. Please remember that children all progress at different rates and that some children did not achieve all the previous years objectives and therefore would not necessary be expected to achieve all the following year  objectives. If this was the case then they may find the following too challenging to complete but could be working towards some of them.
Thank you for all your support.
 
YEAR 1
  • Spell numbers one to twenty correctly
  • Count to 100
  • Tell the time to o'clock
  • Count in 10's, 5's and 2's
  • Spell the days of the week
  • Spell all year 1 words
  • Read all year 1 words

 YEAR 2

  • Spell all the year 2 words
  • Read all the year 2 words
  • Spell numbers to twenty
  • Know multiplication tables 2,3,5,10
  • Know division facts for the above multiplication
  • Add and subtract 2 digit numbers
  • Add and subtract mentally
  • Tell the time to quarter to and quarter past