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# Wednesday

Hello. I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas break and are well this morning.

Here is your home learning for today.

Year 1 RWI

From Tuesday 5th January RWI will be posting daily videos on their YouTube channel for children to learn at home.

One lesson will show at 9.30am each day and 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. They should watch these every day.

If you are in Miss Meakin's group you will need to watch the Set 3 Speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. They should watch these every day.

I have attached the link below.

Year 2

I would like you to read the information text about elephants. When you have done this answer the questions. Remember to use your Ninja eyes to skim and scan to find the information you need!

Maths

Year 1

Today we are going to be learning to count forwards and backwards to and from 100. Listen and join in with the song.

## Counting to 100 | Jack Hartmann

Here is a 100 square.

If I want to count forward, I find the start number then jump forward to the next number, then the next and I can keep going.

If I want to count backwards, I find the start number then jump back to the next number, then the next and I can keep going.

Find 18 on the 100 square. Count forwards until your grown up tells you to stop. What number did you land on?

Find 23 on the 100 square. Count forwards until your grown up tells you to stop. What number did you land on?

Find 18 on the 100 square. Count back until your grown up tells you to stop. What number did you land on?

Find 23 on the 100 square. Count back until your grown up tells you to stop. What number did you land on?

How did you get on?

Now try the worksheet below to carry on the sequence of numbers. Remember to check if you’re counting forwards or backwards.

Year 2

For your maths learning today you will be learning how to recognise equal groups.

When groups are equal it means each group has the same amount in. The whole amount has been shared equally within the groups.

So if we had 4 equal groups of 2 it might look like this:

For your maths learning today you will be learning how to recognise equal groups.

When groups are equal it means each group has the same amount in. The whole amount has been shared equally within the groups.

So if we had 4 equal groups of 2 it might look like this:

If one of the groups had a different amount in then they would not be equal groups.

You will be completing some stem sentences about the equal groups, make sure you check which part the blank part is talking about.
If it says: there are _____ equal groups (this part is talking about the number of groups, in the example above the groups are the circles)  when it says: with _____ in each group (this is the amount inside each group, so on the above example it would be 2)

So if we were talking about the example picture the whole sentence would say: There are 4 equal groups of 2.

It also asks for how many altogether, this is where you count the total. You could count in 2s for the above example 2, 4, 6 & 8.

If you cannot print your worksheets out you could write the answers on a piece of paper. You could also find some things at home to share equally (such as pasta pieces, cars, little toys, lego) and ask your grown-ups to make equal groups and check that they have shared them equally!

Literacy

Over the next 2 weeks we will be looking at a fairy tale. Do you know what is a fairy tale is? Watch this video to find out about them.

## What is a Fairy Tale?

The fairy tale we will be looking at is called The Princess and the Pea.

Watch the story.

## The Princess and the Pea Fairy Tale by Oxbridge Baby

Year 1 and Year 2: Read the story of the Princess and the Pea and answer the questions. You will need to answer some questions with a sentence. Your sentence will need to make sense. You will need to start with a capital letter and end with a full stop.

Blue group: Today I would like you to order the pictures to tell the story of The Princess and the Pea. If you cannot print the pictures and stick them in the correct order then perhaps you could draw your own pictures to show what happens in the story. Don’t forget the pictures need to be in the correct order or else the story will not make sense!

You could even act out the story to a grown up.

Geography

We have been finding out about the countries of the United Kingdom. This week we are going to find out about Northern Ireland.

Read the power point to find out about it and then see if you can complete the activity,

I have included a word bank to help you with this activity.

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