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Year 1 Home Learning page

Welcome to the Year 1 Home learning Page!

It’s such a shame we can’t see you right now because we had to close the school for a while. We would really like to stay in touch with you and want you to keep working hard. Each week, on this page, you will find new learning activities for you to complete at home. Try and do as many as you can-we know you can do it! Also, don’t forget to look on the ‘Homework Websites’ page for lots more fun, learning websites.

Keep working hard, we are proud of you!

 

Ms Hart, Mrs Nijran and Miss Owen

The Year 1 Team

We have a new email address for you to write to or send pictures to:

year1@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

If you send a photo with your child's face in it, please let us know if you are happy for your child's picture to go on the school website. We will not put any pictures of children on without permission.

A message from all of the Key Stage 1 team

A message from all of the Key Stage 1 team 1
Home learning during school closures
Scroll down for this week's work.

BBC Bitesize lessons.

Follow this link to find daily lessons for year 1 children. The objectives are linked to the national curriculum.

Current Week: Week beginning 6th July

Introduction to this week's learning.

English:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have the answers available too. The teaching slides can be found at  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:

Spellings:

 

Here are this week's  words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

plant

garden

stem

flower

fruit

Home learning from previous weeks
Week beginning 29th June
Letters from the adults:
Reading:
Writing:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have the answers available too. The teaching slides can be found at  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:
Spellings:

Here are this week's  words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

old

cold

hold

gold

told

Week beginning 22nd June
Reading:
Writing:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have the answers available too. The teaching slides can be found at  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:
Spellings:

Here are this week's Year 1 words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

ask

friend

school

here

our

Week beginning 15th June

This week, we wanted to share some of the fantastic skills that the adults in school have. What skills or talents do you have? We would love to see them!Maybe you could send a photo or a video of yours to year1@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

Have a look at the Year 2 page to see their skills and talents too.

This week's home learning is below the videos and pictures.

We are creative! Mrs Killelay has been knitting and Mrs Ballinger has been baking. What fabulous creations!

We can do magic!

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Mrs Nijran has some tricks for you. Can you figure out her secrets?

Jas magic.mp4

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We are strong!

We are strong! 1
We are strong! 2
Miss Owen would like to remind you to stay safe when trying any skills. Make sure an adult is near to support you. We don't want any injuries!

We are musical!

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VID-20200614-WA0002.mp4

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We are brilliant at seeing patterns!

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Reading:
Writing:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have the answers available too. The teaching slides can be found at  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:
Spellings:

Here are this week's Year 1 words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

we

no

so

go

she

NEW!!

If you’d like something to help keep you busy, you could sign up to The Wildlife Trusts 30 Days Wild. It’s free and they have loads of great resources and activity ideas you can use. School have signed up, so the children that are still attending school can join in too. Click the link below to have a look and get started.

Week beginning 8th June
Reading:
Writing:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have the answers available too. The teaching slides can be found at  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:
Spellings:

Here are this week's Year 1 words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

love

some

were

was

come

Week beginning 1st June
Reading:

Read the book with a member of your family and try to retell the story once you have finished.

Writing:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have the answers available too. The teaching slides can be found at  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:
Spelling:

Here are this week's Year 1 words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

one

once

they

said

says

Week beginning 25th May
As it is half term, we are not setting any work this week. If you really want to do some work, you could have a look on educational websites that are posted on the homework page, or spend time doing some lovely art and craft projects. We hope you have a relaxing week.
Hello from the Year 1 adults!
Week beginning 18th May

Wow! Look at Saifullah's neat sentences, with capital letters and full stops.

Wow! Look at Saifullah's neat sentences, with capital letters and full stops. 1

Look at Inabiyah's fabulous pencil pot. She made it herself!

Reading challenge Year 1

Reading challenge Year 1 1

Hello from the adults in Year 1!

Mental Health Awareness Week 2020

 

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. It is a good time to think about our feelings as well as the feelings of the people around us. It is important to look after our emotional health as well as our physical health. Below you will find some ideas of activities you can do to help you think about how you feel, and about how your actions can make other people feel.

Reading and phonics:
Writing:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have  the answers available too.

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Topic:
Spelling:

Here are this week's Year 1 words for you to practise spelling. When you are confident you can spell them, write each one within a sentence. You should have 5 sentences altogether.

 

push

pull

full

put

house

 

Week beginning 11th May
Writing:
Topic:
Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have  the answers available too. The lessons that teach this content are at 

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

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Reading / Phonics:
Spelling:

Here are this week's Year 1 words for you to practise spelling. After you have learnt how to spell them, you could write each one in a sentence.

 

where

there

by

my

today

Week beginning 4th May
Hello from the Year 1 adults!

Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have  the answers available too. The lessons that teach this content are at 

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

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Phonics and reading
Here is this week's reading book and task.. Remember it is important to read a little every day. Have you seen the Oxford Owl link on our Whole School Home Learning page? They have so many online books for you to explore! The link is below the phonics activity.
Writing:

Write your own monster description. Remember to use capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.

NEW!! Online phonics lessons!

This week, online phonics lessons start. These are a great way to keep your child up to date with their phonics learning. The lessons play live each day, but if you miss them, they will stay available online throughout the summer term.  Please read the letter below to find out more:

Year 1 Common Exception words to read and spell

Year 1 Curriculum Overview 2019-20

Week beginning 27th April

Hello from the adults in Year 1!

Maths:

Here are this week's activities brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have  the answers available too. The lessons that teach this content are at 

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

Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

Writing:

This week, we would like you to write a simple set of instructions. They could be telling somebody how to wash their hands, brush their teeth, or even how to make a sandwich! You can choose what to write instructions for. Remember to use time language such as next, then, first and finally. Your instructions must be written in the correct order or the person following them will get muddled. Remember, you can email a photo of any work you do at home to info@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk 

Phonics and Reading:
Week beginning Monday 20th April
Newsletter from the adults in Year 1    20.4.20

Hello from the adults in Year 1!

Writing:

The teachers have really enjoyed writing to you on the newsletter on this page. Now it's your turn! We would like you to write 5 sentences for us. They could be about any activities you have done at home, how you are feeling about missing school or even what you would love to be doing if we were at school. You choose what to write about. Remember to start each sentence with a capital letter and to use a full stop at the end of each sentence. We would love to see your work so please email it if you can to:

info@berridge.nottingham.sch.uk

Challenge: Write some questions for the teachers and we will answer them if we can. Remember to use a question mark at the end of each question. Make sure you tell us in the email who your questions are for!

Reading:

Reading comprehension activity:

Read the text about dogs and answer the questions that follow. There are 3 levels, with one star being the easiest and 3 stars being the most challenging. 

Phonics activity:

Maths:

Here are this week's lessons brought out by White Rose Maths, which we use in school. They all have  the answers available too. Most of it is content that we have already taught in school, but please don't worry if your child finds any of it difficult, as it may be an area that we have not covered in detail yet.

This week's maths lessons.
Science:

Messages from the Year 1 teachers

 

The teachers are really missing being in school with the children. They have written messages to their classes. We hope you enjoy reading them.

Easter Competition

Here are some optional activities for you to enjoy over the holidays

We will not be setting tasks for each subject this week as it is the Easter holidays, but remember it is important to keep reading at home and to stay active!

Maths activities. These are optional activities for you to enjoy doing.

Try the websites below for more activity ideas
Home learning from previous weeks

Maths home challenges

Writing: Keep a diary

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