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Year 1 Timetable
|Session 1: Phonics||Session 2: English||Session 3: Maths||Session 4: History||Session 5: Additional Activities|
This week we are looking at the alternative spelling for the phoneme /ar/.
Start by writing down words that rhyme with boy.
Will all the words have the same spelling for the phoneme? How do you know?
Read the list of words with today's phoneme and then sort them into the grid.
This week we are going to return to measurement - specifically looking at measuring length and height.
Today's lesson focus is measuring the length of an object using non-standard units.
1. Warm up your Maths brain with the BBC Supermovers - The 5 Times Table with the Posh Pooch!
2. Work through the video below. Remember to pause the video when prompted and discuss your thinking with a grown up at home.
3. Complete the worksheet attached.
If you are unable to print the worksheet, you could find different objects at home to measure. You will need to use a smaller object (such as paper clips, Lego pieces of the same size or cubes) as your non-standard unit to measure the larger items. Estimate the length before checking by measuring. Record your work in a simple chart like the one below:
Read to your grown up
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Year 2 Timetable
|Session 1: Spelling||Session 2: English||Session 3: Maths||Session 4:||Session 5: Additional Activities|
Today we are reviewing homophones. Can you remember what a homophone is?
1. Start by watching the short video about how we use the homophones to, too and two on BBC Bitesize by clicking here. There is a quiz on the page if you would like to try that too.
2. Complete the worksheet, or look at it on the screen and write the sentence on your own paper.
This week we are looking at measurement - specifically at measuring length and height.
Today's lesson focus is measuring using metres.
1. Make a metre. Ask a grown up to help you to make a metre by cutting string or wool. If you don't have string you could cut up strips of paper and stick them together to make a metre. This will help you to answer the questions today by showing you how long a metre is.
2. Work through the video below. Remember to pause the presentation if you need to so that you can think about the answers to the questions before they are shown.
3. Complete one of the worksheets attached. Remember the 3 star sheets are the most challenging. You can look on screen or print them off.