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Monday 29th June

Year 1 – Home Learning Activities – Week Commencing 29.6.2020

Good Morning children.  I hope you are all well and happy.  I have created a new list of activities for you do this week.  I will be putting these on each day so remember to check the website!  I hope you have lots of fun doing these!

 Love from Kevin the Kindness Bear. 

Monday 29.6.2020

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Join in with Joe Wicks at 9.00

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

Phonics:

In phonics we are going to look at the ‘ea’ spelling as it can make two different sounds ‘ae’ and ‘ee’. 

               

Read these words and sort them into relevant groups.  Bleak, break, clea, gleam, great, sneak, speak, steak, steam, team.  Explain to an adult why you sorted them in that way.  

Maths:

Our number of the week is 29.  What do you know about this number? Tell your grown up 5 facts or create a spidergram like we do in school.

                                                                      

      19 + __ = 29                                                                  20 + 4 + ___ = 29

How many unit of one are in 29?

                     29 – 7 = ___                                               Is 29 Odd or Even? How do you know?

Playtime:

Playground promise.

We have kind hands, feet and voices.  We play together and take turns. We are honest and truthful.  We say please and thank you.  We listen when we are spoken to.  We have fun!

Go for a walk with someone in your family.

 

Literacy:

We are learning to draw pictures to match a description of well known characters.

 

Read the Powerpoint attached.  After each description underline or write down the adjectives.  Then draw a picture of who you think the description is of.  Look at the next slide and see if you got it right!

 

Lunch:

Wash your hands and help your grown up to prepare your lunch. 

 

PSHE:

Exploring Feeling:

Ask your child to draw/write their responses to the following questions. If happiness was a colour what colour would it be? If happiness was an animal what animal would it be? If happiness was the weather what type of weather would it be? If happiness was a food what food would it be? Can they explain their choices? This should then be repeated with other emotions such as sadness and anger. 

Questions: Is this a feeling that we like feeling or not? When might someone feel like this?  If it’s an uncomfortable feeling, how can we stop ourselves feeling this way?  What can people do to help change their mood?   

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