Magpies 

Home learning 

Reading

Please read daily for 20 minutes. You can read a book you have at home or visit the website Oxford Owls where there are a range of books to choose from.
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Phonics

Spend 15 minutes playing games on Phonics play.
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

This week in phonics we are learning the different spellings for 'air'. We are learning 'air', 'ere', 'ear' and 'are'. These are all trigraphs, they have three letters that make one sound.

Activity 1- Can you write a sentence using each of the words below.
Share, hair, fare, stair, pear, bear, where, there.

Activity 2- Complete the alternative spellings for ‘air’ worksheet attached below.

Spelling

Complete the Year One common exception word worksheet. (See below).

Maths

Counting- Can you practise counting backwards in 5s from 50.

Play maths games on- https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Each day complete a daily BBC Maths lesson. These lessons consist of slideshows, videos and activities.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1

Writing

Handwriting-Using the Year 1 handwriting booklet complete page 4.
Each day complete a daily BBC bitesize English lesson. These lessons consist of slideshows, videos and activities.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1

Topic- Geography

We have been learning about the Amazon rainforest. Using the powerpoint attached discuss the different layers of a Rainforest.
Emergent, Canopy, Understory and Forest floor.

Discuss which animals will live in each section of the Rainforest and why.

Activity- Build your own Rainforest using the worksheet attached. 

 

Transition booklet- I have attached a 'New teacher transition booklet'. Fill it in to tell your new teacher all about yourself. You may want to include things you are looking forward to and things you may be worried about next year.

 

Name
 Activity - Build a rainforest.pdfDownload
 Alternative spellings for 'air'.pdfDownload
 Lesson Presentation Life in the Rainforest.pptxDownload
 New teacher transition booklet.pdfDownload
 Year 1 common exception word worksheets.pdfDownload
 Year 1 handwriting booklet.pdfDownload
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Home learning 01.07.2020

Reading

Please read daily for 20 minutes. You can read a book you have at home or visit the website Oxford Owls where there are a range of books to choose from.
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Phonics

Spend 15 minutes playing games on Phonics play.
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

This week in phonics we are learning the different spellings for 'air'. We are learning 'air', 'ere', 'ear' and 'are'. These are all trigraphs, they have three letters that make one sound.

Practise writing and reading the words below. Can you sort them in to each different spelling of 'air'.

Pair, fair, there, bear, dare, scare, where, stair, pear. 

Spelling

Continue to practise the Year One tricky words.

Practise spelling the days of the week. (See worksheet attached below).

Maths

Counting- Can you practise counting back in 2s from 20.

Play maths games on- https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button 


Each day complete a daily BBC Maths lesson. These lessons consist of slideshows, videos and activities.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1

Writing

Handwriting-Using the Year 1 handwriting booklet complete page 3.

Writing-
Each day complete a daily BBC bitesize English lesson. These lessons consist of slideshows, videos and activities.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1

Topic- Geography

I can comparing farming in Scotland to farming in the Amazon rainforest.

Look and discuss farming in Scotland using the powerpoint. What types of jobs do farmers have to do? Do we have different types of farms?

Watch this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KtHxkq9eoo

Discuss all of the different jobs you can see in the video.

Activity 1- Draw and write a caption of eight different jobs farmers can do on a Scotish farm.(See worksheet below).

Using the Amazon powerpoint discuss what life would be like living there. How is it different/similar to living in Scotland.

Activity 2- Cut out the pictures of Elaine doing jobs and stick them on the right part of her village. (See worksheet below).

 

 

 

Name
 Amazon rainforest activity.docxDownload
 Days of the week- spelling.pdfDownload
 t-l-52095-farming-in-scotland-powerpoint_ver_3 (1).pptDownload
 t2-e-4960-blank-comic-strip-activity-.pdfDownload
 Tricky words.docxDownload
 Year 1 handwriting booklet.pdfDownload
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Team Manor Fields(about a week ago)

Wishing a very happy 6th birthday to Emelya this week. We all hope that you will enjoy your special day and have great fun.

Team Manor Fields(less than a month ago)

Two of our magnificent Magpies will be celebrating this week because they will be enjoying their sixth birthdays. Robert and Joshua-we wish you both the most magical birthdays, full of fun.

Miss Hitchings(less than a month ago)

Hi Jack, I hope you are well. We all miss you too. Take care.

Jack(less than a month ago)

I Love you all so much.

Team Manor Fields(less than a month ago)

One rather magnificent Magpie is celebrating his 6th birthday this week and that Magpie is ......Archie! We all wish you a wonderfully happy day, full of fun!

Team Manor Fields(about a month ago)

This week, we have two marvellous Magpies celebrating their birthdays. We will all be wishing Ernie and Lucy the most wonderful 6th birthdays, full of joy.

Miss Hitchings(about a month ago)

Hi Raven, It's lovely to hear from you. Well done for keeping so busy. Your 'pignic' sounds fantastic. Take care.

Team Manor Fields(about a month ago)

One magnificent Magpie will have a very good reason to celebrate this week because she will be turning 6 years old. All of us at Manor Fields wish you a fantastically happy birthday Lola.

Raven(about a month ago)

Hi Miss Hitchings, how are you? I just wanted to let you know that I’m completing some maths worksheets, doing lots of colouring and writing lots of sentences. Also we went to look at some pigs and had a ‘pignic’. Hope to see you soon as I miss you.

Team Manor Fields(about a month ago)

Wishing a very happy 6th birthday to not one but two marvellous Magpies this week. Dylis and Elliot-we will all be thinking of you and singing ‘happy birthday’ very loudly!

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