Year 1 - Learning @ Home
On this page, you will find ideas to help Year 1 pupils learn at home. We hope these activities support you during this time, however they are optional so families are welcome to use their own home learning ideas if they prefer.
Remember to look at our 'Online Safety at Home' section!
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If you would like something else to do, you could try this:
Practise your addition online before you have a go at this week’s maths journal!
This week's journal task is focused on adding numbers that are next to each other.
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No counters or cubes at home? This website may help!
Play Quickulations to develop fluency
Use your TTR login details to play NUMBOTS on TTR
Remember, the most important thing is to read as much as you can. Perhaps you can challenge someone in your family to write something especially for you to read? Tweet us if you want to @hartley_primary.
This week’s reading task is based on a story called 'The Tortoise and the Hare'. You will be using your retrieval skills to answer questions about the story.
Online Safety at Home
This week's theme is: Become an e-safety kid!
Click here for this week's link.
Useful website links
Why not try making this Origami Jumping Frog? All you need is a piece of squared paper. Watch and follow the instructions carefully. How far will it jump?
Explore some well known outdoor spaces with the National Trust virtual tours. You can go to places like the Giant’s Causeway and Sissinghurst Castle all from your own home.
Get moving with these fun 10 minute ‘shake up games’ you can try at home. These games are inspired by your favourite Disney characters.
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- Year 1 Maths Journal 1 Thursday 7th May 2020
- 01 05 20 Reading Task
- 07 05 20 Reading Task
- 15 05 20 KS1 Inference
- 15 05 20 Maths Journal
- 17 04 20 KS1 Inferring
- 22 05 20 Maths Journal
- 22 05 20 Year 1 Reading Task
- 24 04 20 KS1 Prediction
- Animals Project Based Learning EYFS KS1
- Copy of Maths journal 27 3 How many ways can you make the numbers 1 to 5
- EYFS KS1 Rainforest Jungle Habitats 1
- EYFS KS1 Weather Project Based Learning
- EYFS and KS1 Water Project
- EYFS KS1 Space Project
- EYFS KS1 Transport
- Favourite Stories EYFS KS1
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- Fossils and Dinosaurs All year groups
- FS KS1 Food Project Based Learning
- Journal Task 10 04 20
- Mindfulness project
- NHS Learning Project
- ParentPack Mathletics EMEA
- VE Day Learning Project PDF
- Wild Schools activities
- Year 1 Maths Journal 1 Friday 1st May 2020
- Year 1 Maths Journal 1 Friday 24th April 2020
- Year 1 Reading Task
Watch as many of the free Read Write Inc. (RWI) videos being broadcast as you can (available for 24 hours after broadcast):
If you miss them, you can practise your sounds at PhonicsPlay (who are giving all parents free access during the coronavirus period).
Listen to some well known stories at home from the Book Trust.
How many different ways can you use these story pictures from Oxford Owl to make up and retell your own story?
Why not listen to a professional storyteller read you a story! Have a look at the wide selection of stories using the following website: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/storyteller-videos/
Use the PhonicsPlay website to practise your phonics - choose "Grab a Giggling Grapheme" (All Phase 3).
Use this BusyThings game to blend and read words. Listen carefully and choose the correct word to feed to the monster.
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Practise adding up to 20 on The Maths Factor free trial website from Carol Vorderman. Remember you can use objects from home to help you, or you could even make your own number track or number line! For a challenge, you can draw a part-part-whole diagram, a bar model, or even write a number story.
Practise making families of facts on the Topmarks website using only Addition and Subtraction. Choose numbers up to 20 on the left. For some extra challenge you can try numbers up to 20 on the right.
Practise finding one more and one less on the Topmarks website game 'Chopper Squad'. Listen carefully and use the number grid to help you choose the correct number. For an extra challenge you can choose numbers above 20 on the menu.
Practise adding up to 20 and subtracting from 20 by trying the online activity on the Oxford Owl website. You get to personalise it by adding your name at the beginning of the activity. Complete the number sentences by dragging the correct answer to fill in the gaps. Each time you complete the number sentences on a page, you can click on the tick icon at the bottom to mark the answers. You then click on the tick icon again to continue. Adding to 20; Subtracting from 20
Some aliens practise making a number by using the same number again and again HERE - why don't you have a go too?
This snowman activity will help you to choose numbers and create your own part-part-whole models using counters.
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Joe Wicks PE for children - Weekdays at 9am
Get moving and get involved in some dances related to learning. There are a range of dances to learn with the 'Supermovers Team' such as the 'Full Stop' and 'Capital Letter' dance.
Bring the zoo home by watching these live videos of animals at Edinburgh Zoo and Paignton Zoo. There are a range of animals to find, for example tigers, penguins, flamingos and many more. Look at how they move, when they eat and what they get up to.
Try this fun, upbeat dance routine called ‘Poppin Bubbles’ on GoNoodle.You can sing along, dance to it and POP, POP, POP the bubbles with a character called Flo Yo. It is a great way to get active and you get a great workout (exercise) from it. There are other free online resources on this website to keep you active, mindful and to keep on learning.
Try some yoga and mindfulness by watching Cosmic Kids Yoga. It will help you to relax, stay calm and keep focused.
Find out and keep up to date with what is happening around you by listening to BBC Newsround. You can then talk to your parents/carers and write in your Home Learning book about what you found out.
Making and listening to music is a great way of relaxing. Maybe you'd like to play a tune for someone in your family on this online Native American flute! Just click on the flute and then press the letters on your keyboard.
Busy Things has some fun music-making tools. Look in KS1/Year 1/Golden time at the bottom and try Monster grid, Bouncing beat and Colour choir - they're fun!
Why not learn a new song and the sign language to go with it? Can you be a robot?
The Science Museum has got some great ideas for experiments you can try at home using everyday materials. You can try using air pressure to create a Rocket Mouse, exploring sound vibrations by creating an Ear Gong and much more...
The Chrome Music Lab allows you to explore and create your own rhythms, songs, melodies and much more. Just press, record and listen to your musical creations.
Can you help a gardener look after the seeds he has planted? Make sure you keep watering the plants on this BusyThings garden game. Don't let the flowers drying out and avoid the hungry bugs.
BBC Bitesize has some fantastic daily lessons that you could try at home. Let’s see what you can remember from the science topic we learnt at school on materials. Practise your science skills by trying the daily lesson on Materials. You could also try the geography daily lesson on the UK.
Some people see an opportunity for challenge and excitement in nature. Look at how Alex Honnold reaches places most of us can only dream of! Are you the next Alex Honnold?
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Staying Safe Online
What is reliable? Read the story of Digiduck. What does reliable mean? Who can you seek support from if you are unsure?
Privacy and security - What should you keep safe? Relate this back to your personal life offline. What would you not share with strangers? Why? Can you now relate this to online?
Privacy and security - What should you keep safe? Try out the activities, videos and competitions.