Year 1 Home Learning
Week beginning: 30th March 2020
ADULTS: Don't forget it is best to set up a routine with rewards for great work!
Reading: 10 - 15 minutes per day
Phonics: Play any phase 3,4 or 5 game HERE.
Spellings: Learn Term 2b Week 6 all week, and test on Fridays.
Times-Table Rockstars: Play 5 garage / studio / soundcheck games
Maths: Complete your one a day activity.
Spellings: (Click link above for full list)
Please complete as many of these tasks as you can. Don't forget to send me your work on Class Dojo.
Complete a page from your spring maths booklet.
Cut and stick the pictures on the Jack and the Beanstalk story map.
Draw and label a flowering plant.
Play I spy.
Play musical statues
Collect 5 things beginning with b.
THE LATEST WORD IS
Other things you can try out online.
Temporarily free fun games to learn phonics, to help make your spelling better!
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Ask a grown-up if you're not sure what to do. Free games too!
Khan Academy Learning: You will need an adult to create you an account. After that, it is free and great fun for learning.
Only available on appstores
Improve your multiplication and division by testing yourself on the different game modes. Help your class to win the latest 'Battle of the Bands', and become a Rock Legend!
Code, code, code!
With Scratch, you can create your own algorithms or download someone else's creation and see how it works.
Access texts on a wide variety of subjects, and improve your understanding of many areas and vocabulary. Become a theorist!
Have a topic you'd like to know more about, or need some help with homework? Check out DK's website on a range of primary school learning areas that you'll love to explore.
This link takes you to simple and fun spelling challenges, based on the words that children across the year groups need to learn... get really good and try some of the challenge lists!
Incredibox helps you to compose your own tunes by simply dragging and dropping symbols onto characters, then enjoy!
Test your memory with this pattern game, and see if you can imagine the patterns as pictures to help you recall the layout correctly!
Maths Prodigy is a fun game for maths wizards, who want to learn all areas of maths. Maths prodigy also has useful top tips on how to solve the questions, and is great fun to play.