Summer 2 week 1 (beginning 1.6.20)

A message from Ms Warner https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/JIhFGH3C6nJPaCLNJ7zfLjX3LG06CnDcjGk9We65Y7t

Extra maths opportunities– Please log into mathletics and do the tasks set there.

Daily phonics –https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/# Read Write Inc is the phonics scheme that we use in school. Follow this link to access their parent page and follow the instructions for phonics activities.

Reading– read every day with your child if you can, share a story and talk about it. Ask them about what they liked about the story, what they didn’t like and why. This link will take you to a list of books suitable for year one children. https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/reading-lists-for-ks1-school-pupils/suggested-reading-list-year-1-pupils-ks1-age-5-6/

Monday

P.E. This link will take you to a cosmic kids yoga video for you to follow and join in. https://youtu.be/pT-s1-phgxs

Maths – This link will take you to the Oak Primary Academy for a lesson on length and height https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/maths/to-compare-lengths-and-heights-of-objects-year-1-wk1-1 this is lesson one.

English– This half term we are using Oak National Academy for our writing lessons. This week we are learning how to write a set of instructions. Make sure that you have a pencil and paper! Here is lesson one. https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/sams-sandwich-year-1-wk1-1

Tuesday

English– Lesson two of instruction writing is about remembering a set of instructions. https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/instructions-to-commit-a-set-of-instructions-to-memory-year-1-wk1-2

Mathshttps://www.thenational.academy/year-1/maths/to-measure-lengths-using-non-standard-units-year-1-wk1-2 This is lesson two and is a revision of using non-standard units to measure length.

Science– This half term we are going to learn about plants, first we are going to identify and name a variety of common wild and garden plants. Look at the pictures, do you know the names of any of these plants and flowers? When you go for your walk today have a look for them, you might see them in a garden, or a park or just on a verge of grass by the road. If you see one take a photo of it, but only if your grown up says it is safe to do so. When you get home use the photo to help you to draw a picture of the plants that you saw, look at the colour and the shape.

Did you know the names of any of the plants? They are bluebell, buttercup, daisy, ivy, rose, sunflower. How many of them did you see on your walk?

Wednesday

English – https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/instructions-to-use-the-conjunction-and-year-1-wk1-3 Today’s lesson is a reminder about how to use and in your writing.

Maths – The third lesson on length and height is here. https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/maths/to-measure-lengths-using-non-standard-units-year-1-wk1-3

Computing– This link takes you to code.org for lessons on coding, sequencing and creating. https://studio.code.org/s/pre-express-2019

Thursday

English – Lesson four, in this lesson you will be starting to write your instructions.https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/instructions-to-write-a-set-of-instructions-year-1-wk1-4

Maths– Here is lesson number four https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/maths/to-begin-to-understand-standard-units-of-measure-year-1-wk1-4

Art- Our learning objective for this lesson is to use a variety of art techniques to create the desired effect. Look at the picture below, it is called Sunflowers and was painted by a man called Vincent van Gogh. Do you recognise the flowers? What shape are they? What colours can you see? Vincent used oil paints to create his pictures, it is very thick so it leaves lines on the painting, can you see them?

Have a go at creating your own sunflower picture like Vincent’s. You could use coloured pencils, paints or crayons. If you don’t have them you could use different coloured paper to make a collage.
I would love to see your art work . See if you can take a photo of it and email it to me at lwarner@cirrustrust.uk

Friday

English– In the last lesson of the week you will finish writing your instructions. https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/english/instructions-to-continue-to-write-a-set-of-instructions-year-1-wk1-5

Maths- Lesson five for this week https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/maths/to-problem-solve-using-doubling-and-halving-year-1-wk1-5 is on problem solving using halving and doubling.

Storytime with Ms Warner and Miss Danquah.

A message from Ms Warner. https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/45dhMcWMq4ryxUdsPfBPC6uYG3izd9fMeUR8f0gg5Fb

Mog the Forgetful Cat by Judith Kerr. Read by Ms Warner. https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/at4aCcxL4M7lVOx2ZlPLTP6kja6AXhr02lZdIopVvCU

The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson. Read by Ms Warner. https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/yTEAtBbnkhDnd48ZWm0a6PiZ8vSByLAGTyAmyReQ8wC

The Ravenous Beast by Niamh Sharkey. Read by Ms. Warner moohttps://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/l2AHvbqaycZeImq38CE6MYuTVhKMIRO3afylHNld2Ls

Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson. Read by Ms.Warner. https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/C0XuPFC0iWDlXlxtSDKbVhxQMWBLXGV37K77Mwa8qTm

The Cave by Rob Hodgeson. Read by Ms. Warner https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/29ApyPMoTMjSyjBC1w2RCNHTKjyupmUyAiZt57acLWe

The Bean Machine. Read by Miss Danquah

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The Boy who Unplugged the Sea. Read by Miss Danquah

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Summer week 5 (beginning 18th May 2020)

Hi Year ones

Greetings from Miss Danquah

Please click on the link below

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Extra maths opportunities-https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-1/#schedule the Oak National Academy has created sequences of lessons. Follow the link and click on the appropriate day for your maths lesson.

Daily phonics –https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/# Read Write Inc is the phonics scheme that we use in school. Follow this link to access their parent page and follow the instructions for phonics activities.

Reading– read every day with your child if you can, share a story and talk about it. Ask them about what they liked about the story, what they didn’t like and why. This link will take you to a list of books suitable for year one children. https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/reading-lists-for-ks1-school-pupils/suggested-reading-list-year-1-pupils-ks1-age-5-6/

Monday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 4 this will provide you with five daily lessons. Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 16)

English – Pretend you are one of the naughty seagulls. They are feeling sorry about the way they have behaved. Write a letter of apology to Mr Grinly. Start the letter with Dear Mr. Grinly ……………… and finish it with from seagull.

PE– Joe Wicks on youtube

Tuesday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 4 this will provide you with five daily lessons. Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 17)

English– This time pretend you are Mr. Grinly, you have had a letter from the seagulls to say sorry. How does that make you feel? Write a letter back to the seagulls. Start the letter Dear Seagulls…………..finish the letter, from Mr. Grinly.

Sciencehttps://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/how-do-trees-change-across-the-seasons-year-1-wk3-3 This link will take you to the Oak National Academy for a science lesson.

Wednesday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 4 this will provide you with five daily lessons. today you will begin new unit on multiplication specifically equal and unequal groups. Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 1)

English– Before we had email people wrote letters to each other for all sorts of reasons, to say sorry or I love you or to say thank you. Think about someone that you might like to say thank you to and write them a letter. It might be for the postal worker who delivers your mail, or the people who work in your local shop. Maybe to the NHS for working so hard to keep us safe.

Computing this link takes you to code.org for a lesson on coding https://studio.code.org/s/pre-express-2019/stage/1/puzzle/1

Thursday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 4 this will provide you with five daily lessons. today you will begin new unit on multiplication specifically equal and unequal groups. Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 2)

English– Who will you write to today? Mum or Dad maybe to tell them you love them. Do you remember how to start a letter? Dear ………. Don’t forget capital letters at the start of a sentence and full stops at the end.

History– these pictures show Victorian bathing huts. In those days people would get changed into their bathing suits inside one then the hut was dragged to the water by a horse or two men. The person inside could get down into the water without anyone seeing them.

Can you draw a picture of a bathing hut? What design could you put on the side of it? See if you can find pictures of a Victorian seaside to give you some ideas.

Friday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 4 this will provide you with five daily lessons. today you will begin new unit on multiplication specifically equal and unequal groups. Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 3)

English– I would love you to write a letter to your teacher. You have not seen them for some time. Tell us what you have been doing, how you are getting on at home. Do you remember how to start a letter? Dear ………. Don’t forget capital letters at the start of a sentence and full stops at the end. Take a photo of it and email it to office@kingsley.croydon.sch.uk . In the subject bar add your name and class.

Art https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/to-go-on-a-texture-treasure-hunt-year-1-wk2-5 this link will take you to Oak National Academy for a lesson on texture.

Summer week 4 (beginning 11 May)

A message from Ms Warner https://www.amazon.co.uk/photos/share/MViDRwB4Fv6ASgmEFZmXe63PnMRF37H7Df2lT4pRhVu

Extra maths opportunities-https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-1/#schedule the Oak National Academy has created sequences of lessons. Follow the link and click on the appropriate day for your maths lesson.

Daily phonics –https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/# Read Write Inc is the phonics scheme that we use in school. Follow this link to access their parent page and follow the instructions for phonics activities.

Reading– read every day with your child if you can, share a story and talk about it. Ask them about what they liked about the story, what they didn’t like and why. This link will take you to a list of books suitable for year one children. https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/reading-lists-for-ks1-school-pupils/suggested-reading-list-year-1-pupils-ks1-age-5-6/

Monday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 3 this will provide you with five more lessons on recognising coins and money . Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 11)

English– Can you think of some descriptive words (adjectives) to describe the setting?

PE Joe Wicks on youtube

Tuesday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 3 this will provide you with five more lessons on recognising coins and money . Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 12)

English – What kind of food would you want in your ‘ideal’ lunch? Can you plan a menu for the most delicious lunch you can think of?

Art this link will take you to an art lesson provided by Oak National Academy https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/to-go-on-a-texture-treasure-hunt-year-1-wk2-5

Wednesday

PE Joe Wicks on youtube

English – What food don’t you like? Make a list of them.

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 3 this will provide you with five more lessons on recognising coins and money . Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 13)

Thursday

Geography This link will take you to Oak National Academy’s lesson on continents https://www.thenational.academy/year-1/foundation/what-is-a-continent-year-1-wk1-1

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 3 this will provide you with five more lessons on recognising coins and money . Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 14)

English – Can you design a disgusting lunch for the seagulls and label the ingredients?

Friday

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week 3 this will provide you with five more lessons on recognising coins and money . Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 15)

English – Can you help your mum or dad make lunch today? Can you write down what you had for lunch today?

D&T- Think about those pesky seagulls! How can Mrs Grinling get her husband’s lunch to him without the seagulls eating it? Can you think of a way? Maybe a boat for the lunch or a special lid to keep the seagulls out of the basket. You might want to draw a picture of your idea or make it with Lego or maybe with junk materials. We would love to see your ideas, take a photo of it and email it to office@kingsley.croydon.sch.uk . In the subject bar add your name and class.

Summer term, week 3 (beginning 4th May 2020)

As always we hope you are all well and staying safe. During times of upheaval, change or trauma the mental health of children can suffer. Helping them to identify, understand and talk about their emotions is a good way to maintain mental health and begin to deal with difficult situations. A simple Emotion Wheel is an easy way for children to recognise and name their emotions. It can help them to tell an adult how they are feeling especially if they do not know how to explain it in words.

Begin this activity by asking your child if they can name some emotions or feelings. Ask them to describe what it feels like, What might make them feel like that? Write down the six main emotions they mention or use these; happiness, sadness, anger, disgust, fear, surprise. Take a moment to talk about what these mean if your child is unsure.

To make an Emotion Wheel you will need; some card, some paper, pencils, felt tips, or crayons, scissors, a split pin or paper clip. First cut a circle out of the card. Next divide the card circle into 6, each slice is going to represent an emotion (this can be done in lots of different ways, drawing faces, writing, painting or cutting out pictures from magazines). Then make a second, slightly smaller circle from the paper and cut out one slice. After that put the paper circle on top of the card one and make a hole through the centre of them. Finally fix them together so that they turn (use a split pin or string), Try it out, turn the paper wheel to reveal one emotion at a time, explain that they can use this to talk about any emotions they are feeling.

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Draw around a plate

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Draw the pictures.

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Make another circle and cut out a slice from it

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Spin the top circle to show the emotion.

Extra maths opportunities-https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-1/#schedule the Oak National Academy has created sequences of lessons. Follow the link and click on the appropriate day for your maths lesson.

Daily phonics –https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/# Read Write Inc is the phonics scheme that we use in school. Follow this link to access their parent page and follow the instructions for phonics activities.

Reading– read every day with your child if you can, share a story and talk about it. Ask them about what they liked about the story, what they didn’t like and why. This link will take you to a list of books suitable for year one children. https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/reading-lists-for-ks1-school-pupils/suggested-reading-list-year-1-pupils-ks1-age-5-6/

Dear parents remember that the activities we set are suggestions there is no pressure for you and your children to complete everything, just do what you can, when you can. Their health and wellbeing is the most important thing.

Monday

English– Recap on the story from last week. What would you do to stop the seagulls from scavenging your food if you were Mr. Grinling? Think about it.

PE – Joe Wicks on You Tube

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week commencing 27th April this will provide you with five lessons on recognising coins. Please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 6)

Tuesday

English– Can you think of how you could discourage the seagulls? (E.g. setting a trap using catapults, glue etc.).

Art – Draw a picture of your trap and label the parts of the picture.

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week commencing 27th April this will provide you with five lessons on recognising coins. please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 7)

Wednesday

English – Write a set of fictional (not real) instructions on ‘How to trap a seagull’.

PE– Joe Wicks on you tube

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week commencing 27th April this will provide you with five lessons on recognising coins. please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 8)

Thursday

English –have a look at the picture, what can you see? Where do you think the picture was taken? Have you ever been to a seaside before?

Maths– mathletics and https://www.ncetm.org.uk/resources/54454 this link takes you to the NCETM website, scroll down to week commencing 27th April this will provide you with five lessons on recognising coins. please do one lesson a day (today is lesson 9)

Friday (Bank Holiday to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day)

VE Day activities
Street Party You could have your own street party picnic in the garden.       Bunting or flags   You could make some bunting or a flag.    
Decorate some cakes:   Make a medal You could use bits of coloured paper or card and a some ribbon.
Make a plane You could make a paper plane, lego plane or junk model plane         Sing an uplifting 1945 song like ‘We’ll meet again’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsM_VmN6ytk