Year 1/2 Homework

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There will be no homework set for week beginning 25.05.20

      We hope you have a lovely Half Term break everybody!!

Below is the homework that was set for week beginning 18.05.20

Year 1 Homework

Maths 

Please watch the clips on the White Rose Maths website and then complete the activities below. You will also find the answers to the worksheets on that webpage.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

(click on Summer term, w/c 18th May)

Lesson-1-Compare-lengths-and-heights

Lesson-2-Measure-length-1

Lesson-3-Measure-length-2

Lesson-4-Introduce-weight-and-mass

EXTRA PRACTICE: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-and-p2-lessons/1   🙂

English

This week we are learning how to read and write using the -ed suffix.

Complete the activities after you have read the explanation.

Suffix ed

HELP! The Gruffalo’s child has gone missing! Can you design a missing poster to help find him? Remember to include details of his features.

Science

Our bodies are amazing! They are made up of lots of different parts. Watch the short clip to learn all about the parts of the body. Once you’re done you can take the quiz!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z9yycdm/articles/zqhbr82

If you have some chalk, why not draw an outline of yourself outside to label too!

See how many body parts you can label here:

Parts of the body

Phonics 

Read, Write, Inc is the phonics scheme we teach in school. Read, Write Inc will be delivering phonics sessions on You Tube at 10.00am and 10.30 daily for your children. These will remain online for you to use for 24 hours.

Here is the link for the videos. Your child should watch the Set 2 and Set 3 sounds daily.

https://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/find-out-more/parents/

This week we are learning to read and spell split digraphs. This is when “special friends” ending in e are separated by another letter. For example: i-e is in words like bike, hike and ride. This can be tricky for young children to learn. There are four sheets to complete this week. It is also helpful to look out for these type of words when reading with your child or reminding your child about them during conversations. For example asking them to sound out bike ride.

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Talk for Writing Work Booklet: 

If your require extra work for your children, Pie Corbett has produced some fantastic ‘Talk for Writing’  resources. These are similar activities to the things we do in school.  Click on the link below to access the  Year 1 work booklet:

https://www.talk4writing.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Y1-Unit.pdf

 

Year 2 Homework

Week beginning 18.05.20

      Maths 

This week in maths we would like you to use the link below to access the ‘White Rose Maths’ website. This provides the content of the maths curriculum that we are currently missing so it would be a brilliant help if your child could complete the tasks.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Please focus on Week 3 Summer Term Lessons 1-5.

Each lesson has a short video clip to watch to assist with teaching and learning the concept, then an activity sheet to complete. Remember these do not need to be printed as the answers can just be written into the maths books we have provided. An answer sheet is also provided so you can mark the work together.

Lesson 1 – Fact families addition and subtraction bonds to 20

Y2-Lesson-1-Fact-families-addition-and-subtraction-bonds-to-20-2019

Lesson 2 – Compare number sentences

Y2-Lesson-2-Compare-number-sentences-2019

Lesson 3 – Related Facts

Y2-Lesson-3-Related-facts-2019

Lesson 4 -Add and subtract ones

Y2-Lesson-4-Add-and-subtract-1s

Lesson 5 –  Friday Maths Challenge

Butterfly-Pizza-Activities-Worksheet

English

All of these activities can be written up into your English books that were sent home.

Correct the Sentences

Homophones

Powerful Adjectives

Complete these activities after reading ‘The Bear who came to Babysit.’

Describe the Bear who came to Babysit

Thank you Letter for the Bear

Reading

The Bear Who Came to Babysit – Choose one of the versions of the story that meets your ability then answer the questions. There are three versions to choose from.

Year 2 Common Exception Words – Practise reading all of these words, keep practising until you can read them all. Once you can read them, see if you can spell them!

Encourage your child to read for pleasure with the stories you have at home. Reading for pleasure for 10 minutes a day significantly boosts your child’s range of vocabulary.

In addition, Reading Eggs have produced some fantastic home learning resources to support school closures. Below is a reading comprehension pack for Year 2.

https://assets.readingeggs.com/mkt/free-resources/uk/english/UK-REX-Comprehension-SB-Y2-Fiction.pdf?_ga=2.23275386.1389645638.1587911324-849837285.1587911324

Phonics 

For children who are not on the Read, Write Inc programme (in Mrs Yardley’s and Miss Stockton’s phonics groups) then the below website has some great phonics games to play. Please follow the below link and type in the information. Children need to be recapping sounds from phase 5 but accessing games from phase 6.

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Username: march20
Password: home

Talk for Writing Work Booklet: 

If your require extra work for your children, Pie Corbett has produced some fantastic ‘Talk for Writing’  resources. These are similar activities to the things we do in school.  Click on the link below to access the  Year 2 work booklet:

https://www.talk4writing.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Y2-Unit.pdf

Topic

We would have been continuing to learn all about plants in science.

Please watch these collection of clips from BBC Bitesize to refresh your child’s memory.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpxnyrd

We have also provided a variety of activities on Purple Mash for the children to complete.This week the focus is computing.

How to access Purple Mash