Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Monday 20th April 2020

Date: 20th Apr 2020 @ 1:27am

Monday 20th April 2020

Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves

 

Good Morning, everyone, I hope that you have had an enjoyable Easter, even with the unusual circumstances. I was lucky enough to get a visit from the Easter Bunny and he brought me my own chocolate egg. What did you all get from him? Below is the learning for today which I hope you can enjoy. Mrs Hewitt, Mrs Clarke and I would really enjoy seeing pictures through our new class email WW@langleymill-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk

Phonics / GPS

In phonics this week we are going to be looking at the new sound /oy/. This can be ‘oy’ like in the word boy or ‘oi’ like in the word coin.

In your blue books can you make two lists of words like we do in our phonics lessons at school. One list containing words with the oy spelling and the other containing words with the oi spelling.

Step 22 of Phonics With Diphthong (oy) and (oi) Part 3 - YouTube

Collective Worship

Our collective worship value for today is LEARN.

Watch Daniel in the Lions’ Den

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZV3eQ2PBqHE

How do you think Daniel got to be so clever?

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English

Over the next few weeks during English we are going to be exploring the Katie Morag books by Mairi Hedderwick, starting with “Katie Morag Delivers the Mail”, click on the picture below to be taken to a video of the story.

Katie Morag Delivers the Mail: Amazon.co.uk: Hedderwick, Mairi: Books

Whilst watching the video I would like you to pause the video when Katie Morag falls into the water, this happens at around 1 minute 40 seconds. I would like you to discuss with a grown-up what you think might happen next, before drawing a picture of this into your blue book and writing a sentence explaining what the picture shows. Once you have done this watch the rest of the video. Was your prediction right? Did you like the way the real story ended or did you prefer your own idea?

Playtime

Spend some time getting some fresh air while the sun is shining. Can you find 5 things outside that make you smile? I know I love looking at the flowers, watching the butterflies, listening to birds singing in the trees, finding shapes in the clouds and feeling the gentle breeze against my face.

Mathematics

To start the week, we are going to be looking at weight and mass. There is a video on the Year 1 section of the White Rose Maths website, as linked in the class letter. The video for today is located in week 1 under “Lesson 1 - Introduce weight and mass”. Enjoy watching the video, if at any point you do not understand feel free to watch the video again or pause it to ask your grown-ups for help. Then use your blue book to record the answers to the questions in the activity section.

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Lunchtime

Whilst you are eating your lunch how many different foods can you think of that start with the letter ‘b’? Why not make this a competition, who in your family can think of the most.

PE

Mrs Thurston would love you to go outside and enjoy being active using chalk draw yourself hopscotch or a chalk obstacle course with different jumps, turns and spins. Mrs Thurston would really like you to share your ideas with her at:

PE@langleymill-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk

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PHSE

This week for PHSE we are answering the question “My family is special because...”

Create your own family tree like the ones below in your blue book.

You can draw pictures of each family member or write their name.

You can include pets too 😊

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Storytime

Today for storytime why not go onto the Cbeebies Iplayer website and choose an episode of Katie Morag to watch. Is Katie how you imagined her based on the book?

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