# Year 1 work during school closure

## Learning Journey

Please do not hesitate to email us if you have any questions or would like share work with us to look at / mark.

Previous week's lessons will remain up so that everyone can work at their own pace. If you need any help, have any questions, want to share work or would like work marked then please do not hesitate to email us: camelot.sch021@educ.somerset.gov.uk.

Our school server is currently down please can you use https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons for maths lessons until 24th July.

**Maths week commencing 30.06.20**

**This week we are consolidating addition and subtraction**

**Monday**

read and interpret mathematical symbols

**Tuesday**

minibeast addition (easier/medium/hard)

**Wednesday**

**Thursday**

**Friday**

snakes and ladders subtraction

**Maths Week Commencing 22.06.20**

**This week we are consolidating numbers to 100.**

**Monday**

Missing number activity up to 100

**Tuesday**

**Wednesday**

**Thursday**

**Friday**

Numbers maths mastery activities (with ppt and answers)

**Week Commencing 08.06.20**

**Monday**

The Greedy Caterpillar Activity

Powerpoint to support activity

**Tuesday**

**Wednesday**

**Thursday**

**Friday**

**Week Commencing 01.06.20**

**Monday**

Put one of every coin in order from smallest to greatest value. What do you notice?

Question prompts:

- What do you notice about the colours?
- What do you notice about the shapes?
- What do you notice about the sizes?
- How many different ways can you sort them based on different properties e.g. shape, colour?

**Tuesday**

Sasha buys a cupcake. She uses 5 round, silver coins to pay for it. How much could the cupcake cost? How many different combinations can you find?

Question prompts:

- What values can you make with 5 of the same round, silver coins?
- What is the lowest value you can make with 5 round, silver coins?
- What is the highest value you can make with 5 round, silver coins?

**Wednesday**

Coloured squares investigation

**Thursday**

**Friday**

Count in 2s. Are the numbers odd or even? Describe the pattern.

Count in 5s. Are the numbers odd or even? Describe the pattern.

Add 2 even numbers. Is the answer odd or even? Try with other even numbers. Are the answers still odd/even?

Add 2 odd numbers. Is the answer odd or even? Try with other odd numbers. Are the answers still odd/even?

**Week Commencing 18.05.20**

**Monday - counting to 100**

Differentiated worksheet: Counting to 100

Counting to 100 discussion problems

**Tuesday - partitioning numbers**

Differentiated worksheet: Partitioning numbers

Partitioning numbers discussion problems

**Wednesday - comparing numbers**

REMEMBER! The crocodile always eats the bigger number (pretend the inequality signs are crocodile's mouth < >).

Differentiated worksheet: Comparing numbers

Comparing numbers discussion problems

**Thursday - ordering numbers**

Differentiated worksheet: Ordering numbers

Ordering numbers discussion problems

**Friday - one more, one less**

Differentiated worksheet: One more, one less

One more, one less discussion problems

**Monday - odd and even numbers**

Explain that odd numbers end in 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 and that even numbers end in 2, 4, 6, 8, 0. Use a 100 square to identify different odd and even numbers. Write different numbers up to 100 for your child to sort into odd and even numbers.

**Tuesday - use language of 'most'**

Talk about what 'most' means (highest, biggest, largest, greatest). Look at a group of objects. Which group has the most flowers/socks/smarties etc? How do you know? Look at 3 numbers. Which number is the biggest/shows the most? Repeat with different examples.

**Wednesday - use language of 'least'**

Talk about what 'least' means (smallest, lowest, fewest, littlest). Look at a group of objects. Which group has the least flowers/socks/smarties etc? Look at 3 numbers. Which number shows the least/is the smallest?

**Thursday - finding the most and least**

Use this powerpoint to carry out different activities involving identifying the 'most' and the 'least'.

**Friday - challenge** **cards**

Aim to do 3 different challenge cards.

**Week Commencing 04.05.20**

**Monday - count to 100 (forwards)**

Practice counting to 100 from 0. Do it in silly voices, while on your daily walk etc. Extend this to picking a random starting number and continue counting to 100 e.g. let's count from 34. Show your child a number up to 100 and they say what it is. Say a number and get your child to find it on a 100 square. Make a paper chain with each chain have a number on from 0 - 100. If you are out for a walk and you live on or near a street with lots of houses, see if your child can spot different house numbers up to 100. Say a number and get your child to make that number using playdough.

**Tuesday - count to 100 (backwards)**

Practice counting to 100 from 0 and then count backwards from 100. Children may need to use a 100 square to support them with this. Say a number between 0 - 100 and your child has to say what number came before (again they may use a 100 square to support with this). Write out missing number sequences counting forwards and backwards.

**Wednesday - read and write numerals up to 100**

Use this powerpoint for different activities involving representing numbers. Complete the activity sheet (either the 2 star or 3 star activity if counting up to 100 as the 1 star activity is more appropriate for counting up to 20).

**Thursday -** **one more and one less of numbers up to 100**

Show your child a number up to 100. Can they write the number that is one more or one less? To simplify this you could give them a 100 square, say a number for them to find and then colour in the number that is one more and one less. Encourage them to say the numbers outline to help them become confident with the number vocabulary.

**Friday - one more and one less challenge cards**

**Week Commencing 27.04.20**

**Monday - recognise and represent numbers using objects, pictures and number lines**

Use this powerpoint to introduce the activities for this lesson. There are 3 activities included within the powerpoint which are here:

Bobby Bears Checklist Activity

You might choose to do all 3 activities or you might choose to do just 1. If you don't have a printer then you could draw and make your own cards for the rocket list activity, and write out your own number lines with missing numbers.

**Tuesday - compare numbers to 50**

Talk about numbers to 50 using the language of more than, less than and equal to. You could write numbers up to 50 on pieces of paper and get your child to pick one at random and you pick one at random. Look at the 2 numbers and compare than. e.g. my number is 27 and this is more than your number which is 16. You could choose a secret number and have your child ask questions to guess what your number is e.g. is it more than 30? is it less than 40?, and take turns asking the questions. Choose a number at random and say the number that is 1 more and 1 less.

**Wednesday - compare numbers to 50**

Continue playing the games from yesterday using the key vocabulary more than, less than and equal to. Some additional games could be:

- write numbers in chalk on a patio/driveway/fence. Say a number and your child has to wash off a number that is more than/less than/equal to.

- make a number out of play dough and get your child to make the number that is 1 more and 1 less. If you don't have play dough there are lots of recipes online for homemade play dough which would be another great activity to do together.

- play matching pairs with a twist. Turn over 3 cards and keep the cards if the find a number and another number that is 1 more or 1 less.

**Thursday - compare numbers to 50**

Differentiated activity sheet finding 1 more and 1 less

**Friday - counting in 2s to 50**

Use this powerpoint to practice counting in 2s to 50. Talk about the pattern when we count in 2s. Provide children with a number line to 50 or a 100 square to support them with counting in 2s.

**Week Commencing 20.04.20**

**Monday - count to 50 (forwards)**

Practice counting to 50 from 0. Do it in silly voices, while on your daily walk etc. Extend this to picking a random starting number and continue counting to 50 e.g. let's count from 34. Show your child a number up to 50 and they say what it is. Show your child a number up to 50 and get them to count out the correct number of raisins, socks, lego bricks etc. Create a 0 - 50 number line and decorate it.

**Tuesday - count to 50 (backwards)**

Practice counting to 50 from 0 and then count backwards from 50. Children may need to use a number line to support them with this. Say a number between 0 - 50 and your child has to say what number came before (again they may use a number line to support with this). Write out missing number sequences counting forwards and backwards, or use this worksheet with readymade sequences (differentiated).

**Wednesday - read and write numbers to 50**

Say a number up to 50 for your child to write down. Show your child pictures of different objects (could be as simple as a collection of dots that you have hand drawn) for your child to count and then write down how many there are. Show your child a number and get them to bounce a ball / jump up and down / touch their toes etc that number of times. Use these challenge cards to discuss problems involving numbers to 50.

**Thursday - recognise and show numbers to 50**

Use this powerpoint to look at the place value of numbers up to 50 and helping your child identify the **tens** and **ones** in each number. The resources for the activities featured in the powerpoint are here:

Activity Sheet At the Zoo (differentiated)

Rather than use base 10 your child could draw lines and dots on paper to represent the tens and ones, or use whole straws / pipe cleaners / spaghetti for tens and smaller bits for ones.

**Friday - recognise and show numbers to 50 using pictures**

Use this 'Sports Day' activity to answer questions about numbers to 50. This can be done as a treasure hunt style as you can place the question cards around your house / garden for children to find.

Alternatively flick through books, magazine and catalogues (anything with lots of pictures in for counting) and get your child to count different things on the pages.

Games for practising addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and times tables. (These games can be adapted for phonics and spelling games too!)

Here are some ideas for games that you can play to reinforce and practice the four operations. It is really important that the children are still practising these. These games only need to last 5/10 minutes and are a great way to break up the day with a little game. For addition and subtraction stay within 20 (encourage children to use a number line), and for times tables keep practising 2, 5 and 10. If you would like help with coming up with calculations that would be appropriate then please send us an email.

- Calculation hunt - Write calculations on post-it notes and hide around the house. Children have to find them and work out the answers. You could create a map of your house showing your child where each question is hidden and they write the answer on the map.
- Save up egg shells for this activity. Write calculations on bits of paper with the corresponding answers on egg shells. Get your child to work out the answer and then 'smash' the egg that has the answer on. Then use the smashed up egg shells in your garden!
- Write calculations on pieces of paper and hide these inside play dough shaped eggs. Children find the calculation and work out the answer. They could use the play dough to make the number.
- Calculation puzzle - write calculations and their corresponding answers on bits of paper for children to match up.
- Put calculations in cups and create a ball from scrunched up foil. Set the cups up like bowling pins. Your child throws the ball into a cup and has to answer the question in the cup. You could also make bowling pins out of cardboard tubes or plastic bottles with a different calculation on each one.
- Create a board game with questions on the spaces. When you land on a space you have to answer the question. Here is a very simple template you could use.
- Write answers on a fence / patio / driveway with chalk. Give children questions that they have to solve. They find the correct answer and rub it out with a water gun / hose pipe / watering can etc.

## Phonics and Reading

Reading everyday is essential to helping your child continue to make progress.

PhonicsPlay www.phonicsplay.co.uk is a brilliant website for practicing phonics. There are lots of games to play and while the schools are closed there are no subscription fees so you can access all their resources for free! Just login using these details:

username: march20

password: home

There are also some fab e-books with resources and activities on Twinkl. They are also giving free subscriptions while the schools are shut. Just go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS. The link for their e-books and resources is here.

**Literacy**

Please see pdf which has 5 weeks worth of literacy activities. These have been designed for at home learning with a different literacy focus each day and all resources included. If you need any help, have any questions, want to share work or would like work marked then please send us an email.

**SPAG**

Here are the latest SPAG activity mats (updated 22.5.20) with a variety of questions in order for the children to keep rehearsing the essential skills. SPAG Activity Mats