Heacham and Snettisham mornings 11/01/21


Good morning my lovelies, and here we are at the start of another week.

I’m going to split the blog into mornings and afternoons, because otherwise it will get very, very long and there could be a lot of scrolling to do.  So, when you’ve done the work from this page, it’ll be time to hop over to the afternoon page to see what is on there.  That page you can do in any order, on any day that you think “Oh, I’d quite like to do some art today” or “I wonder what the science is for this week?” so that is up to you, but you do need to have a try at all of it before next Saturday.

I will also be phoning parents this week to see how you are getting on, and see if I can help you in any way with logins or anything else.  It’s really important that we stay talking!

Let’s have a look at this week and what we’ll be doing. (You don’t have to have a timetable like I do, but it might help, so here it is!)

Timetable

0840-0900 – register and reading

0900-0940 – phonics and spelling

0940-1000 – maths

1040-1140 – literacy

1200 lunch

Monday

Register and reading

Reception – your guided reading book has been allocated on BugClub and it is ‘Get up and Go’, all about getting ready for the day.  Try reading it yourself to an adult, rather than relying on the ‘read to me’ button!

Year 1, your book is ‘Look Outside’, which is connected to the science we will be doing this week, so make sure you read it!

phonics 

Reception – your new sound is y.  Each day there is matching work on EducationCity for you to do, as well as on Bug Club.

Year 1 – your phoneme is /ur/ and your grapheme today is /ir/

 

 

maths

Reception, you are moving onto numbers within 10.  Your Power Maths lessons have been allocated in Bug Club, there are EducationCity activities to match, and there are Oak Academy lessons for each day as well!

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/recognising-and-counting-numbers-within-7-6hh38c

Year 1, you are moving onto numbers 1 – 20.  Whilst lots of you know how to count that far, this is about making sure that we all understand what the numbers mean.  The teachery phrase is “conservation of number”, so each day you have allocated lessons in PowerMaths, there’s an Oak Academy lesson, and activities on EducationCity.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-count-from-1-to-19-and-match-pictorial-and-abstract-representations-of-these-numbers-chgkjt

literacy

We are carrying on the story of Little Red Riding Hood.

Reception, your instructions will be on this page.

Reception – what characters can you remember from Little Red Riding Hood? Can you draw them?

 

Year 1, you have a powerpoint to look at for each day.

Year 1, your work is here –

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Diary of Little Red Riding Hood

 

Tuesday

Register and reading

phonics 

Reception – your new sounds are z and zz

Year 1 – your phoneme is /ur/ and your grapheme today is /er/

maths

Reception

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/recognising-and-counting-numbers-within-8-61hp8t

Year 1

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-numbers-to-20-by-counting-ten-and-then-counting-on-6wtkgc

literacy

Reception

Have a look at James McAvoy reading Little Red Riding Hood. https://vimeo.com/366002616

Is this the same as the story that you know?

 

Year 1

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Wednesday

Register and reading

phonics

Reception – your new sound is qu

Year 1 – your phoneme is /ur/ and your grapheme today is /ear/

 

maths

Reception

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/understanding-the-conservation-of-number-within-8-chgp8t

Year 1

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-position-numbers-to-20-on-a-number-line-6mw6ac

literacy

Reception

Watch the story again. https://vimeo.com/366002616 Would you like to go for a walk in the woods on your own?  Do you think that is a sensible thing to do?  You’d better help Little Red Riding Hood by drawing her a map from her house to granny’s house.  What might she see on the way?

 

Year 1

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Thursday

Register and reading

phonics

Reception – you are practicing all the sounds you know today, ready for digraphs next week.   Have a look at this cvc video and work.  On EducationCity, look at ‘Match me if you can’.  There is a Learn Screen and an Activity to do.  What CVC words can you see around you?

 

Year 1 – your phoneme is /ow/ and your grapheme today is /ou/

maths

Reception

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/counting-up-to-9-objects-reliably-74v38d

Year 1

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-identify-one-more-and-one-less-than-a-number-within-20-ccvkae

literacy

Reception

Tell the story to your grown up.

Red Riding Hood took a basket of food to Granny.  What might we put in a basket of food?  Perhaps you can make some cakes or biscuits this week to pretend to take to Granny! (Year 1, you can do this one too if you like – I will be!)

 

Year 1

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Friday

Register and reading

phonics

Reception –  you are practicing all the sounds you know today, ready for digraphs next week.  Your EducationCity work for today is Farm Friends.

Here are is the phase 3 tricky words song for you to practice.

 

Year 1 – your phoneme is /oi/ and your grapheme today is /oy/

maths

Reception

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/counting-up-to-10-objects-reliably-ccw32e

Year 1

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-compare-numbers-to-20-6mr36c

 

Literacy

Reception

Watch the story again – what other fairy tale characters can you see in this story?  Can you and your grownup make a list?

Every time I watch it I see someone else that I hadn’t seen before! Who else is going to the school for naughty fairy take creatures?

Year 1

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