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# Monday

I hope you all had a lovely weekend!

Thank you for sending your home learning to me. I have enjoyed looking at all of your work.

You have all done a fantastic job! Keep up the hard work!

Phonics

Please watch today’s videos on RWI YouTube channel. They will show at 9.30am and will be available for 24 hours.

If you are in Miss Barnett’s group and Mrs Beech’s group you will need to watch the set 2 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. Today the sound is oo (poo at the zoo)

If you are in Miss Meakin’s group you will need to watch the set 3 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. Today the sound is o-e. When you have completed this lesson, try the reading longer words lesson. This lesson looks at ow, o-e, oa sounds.

I have attached the link below. Just scroll down to find the videos you need.

This week we are going to be using one text to practise our reading ninja skills.

The text we will be reading is non-fiction all about Chinese New Year.

Today we are going to practise the skill of skimming and scanning.

To do this you need to be able to find information quickly.

You will skim first. This means skim the whole text to find the paragraph or area where the information is likely to be. It is about finding the correct area; you might not find the answer straight away.

When you have found the area or paragraph then you will scan. You will read the sentences to find the important word or words.

I would like you to read the text first to find out about Chinese New Year.

When you have done that, you can start skimming and scanning!

Use your Ninja eyes to spot the word in the text. When you have found it put a circle around the word or show your grown up by pointing to the word.

Maths

Year 1:

Your maths warm-up today is being able to say the amount and circle the right number. Remember if the ten frame is full it is 10 = 1 ten.

Our main learning today is to continue counting forwards and backwards. We are going to be filling in the missing numbers on a number line. Look at the numbers that come first. Can you count on in ones along a number line to find the number that is missing? Can you count back in ones along a number line to find the missing that is missing?

There is a game on Education city for you to complete called ‘Moo-vin’ on up!’ click here to have some fun:

https://go.educationcity.com/content/index/26127/3/2/1

For your maths learning today you will be learning how to use the multiplication symbol ( X )

This builds on our learning from last week. When we have 4 equal groups of 2 like the picture below, the number sentence using the X symbol would be 4 X 2 as there are 4 lots of 2.

Being able to use the X symbol helps us to multiply more quickly as we don’t have to count out lots of representations one by one or do lots of repeated addition.

Click the link to watch the video below to teach you some more about using the X symbol.

For your learning you need to use some of your learning from last week too!

You need to draw out the representation using large circles for the groups and smaller circles for the amounts inside each group. You will then need to write the addition sentence to go with the representation. Once you have done this you should be able to write the multiplication sentence. However many groups you have will be your first number in the number sentence. Then you will place the X symbol before writing the next number in your number sentence. This number is the amount which is in each group. You will work out the answer by counting the total, you can do this by counting the amount in each group, adding the amounts in the repeated additions or by counting in multiples.

Blue group: Today we are going to learn to look at ten and ones.

The number 12 is a 2-digit number. It has 1 set of 10 and 2 ones which makes 12.

Work through the video. Listen carefully then you will be able to complete your activity.

https://vimeo.com/480324356

Literacy

Grammar

Year 1 and Blue group

Today we are going to revise nouns. Can you remember what nouns are?

Yes, they are naming words. Naming words tell us the names of things.

Year 1 Today I would like you to look at the picture on the worksheet and see if you can spot all the objects and say the naming word. Put a noun to finish each sentence.

Blue group: I would like you to say the naming word then pinch the sounds on your fingers. Write the sounds down you hear.

Year 2

Today we are going to be looking at pronouns.

A pronoun can be used instead of a noun.

The girl is running. Girl is the noun.

She is running. She is the pronoun.

The boy is running. Boy is the noun.

He is running. She is the pronoun.

These are pronouns.

I     you     he     she     it     we     they

See if you can use pronouns in your activity today.

Science

For your science learning today, you are going to learn about the different animal groups. If you look on the BBC bitesize link below you can watch some videos to find out about the different animal groups: mammals, amphibians, birds, fish and reptiles.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6882hv

Now have a look at the power point below to give you some more information about the different animal groups. This power point will be useful when you complete your learning too!

Now it is time to show what you have learnt. Can you correctly group the animals in the pictures based on their features?
If you cannot print perhaps write the different headings and write the name of the animal beneath each heading.

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