Bumble Bee Class

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Good Morning, WOW we are all working so incredibly hard.  Here are some examples of work completed over the previous couple of days, I absolutely love your farm designs!

Here are your lessons for today. Have fun, work hard, and don’t forget to send your work through to me, I am looking forward to seeing your learning later today.

Have fun!

Mrs Wood.

 

English

To make plausible predictions about the story.

On our school YouTube channel, you will find a video for today’s English lesson.  Watch the video, enjoy the story again, and complete the activities on the video.  I am looking forward to seeing the different predictions you have about the story.  We will be collecting some super adjectives to share with each other, if you have any to add to the list, please email them to me. 

Parents and Carers, please be aware, the videos are posted to YouTube, and linked to the website for the children to use.  Due to the restrictions on the YouTube page, we cannot control the adverts which appear at the end of the videos.  Please supervise your child, as you see necessary, when watching the clips.  Many Thanks.

 

Maths

Starter: To recall number facts to 100.

Main Lesson: To interpret data on a block graph.

In today’s lesson we will be finding and recalling number facts to 100.  In the main part of our lesson, we will be interpreting block graphs and reading data.  We will go through this on the video uploaded onto the school YouTube channel.  This will help you to see how to read a range of different graphs. 

Parents and Carers, please be aware, the videos are posted to YouTube, and linked to the website for the children to use.  Due to the restrictions on the YouTube page, we cannot control the adverts which appear at the end of the videos.  Please supervise your child, as you see necessary, when watching the clips.  Many Thanks.

Once you have watched the video, answer the questions on the link below.  This will open up a new window and the questions can be accessed by clicking the page numbers on the left of the page.

https://NIGOFEK.exampro.net

 

Spellings

Tigers

To make a word search.  Using the list of spellings for this week, practice your spellings of the week by making a tricky word search for your family to find the words?  Instead of just listing the words, can tou write a sentence and include the word your family need to find in the sentence?  Good Luck!

 

Elephants

Log into espresso and click the link to find the activity.  Can you read the tricky words on the screen and read the words with the ‘e’ phoneme and match the word to the picture you can see.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item824014/grade1/module63427/index.html

 

Rabbits

Log into espresso and complete the activity.  Help scrap to listen to the works and work out the missing phoneme in the word.  For the activity you need to add the correct sound to make the word complete.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item806829/grade1/module61932/index.html

     

 

Music

To explore rhythm and beat.

Log into your Purple Mash account and you will find an activity.  Using the musical instruments on the screen, compose a piece of music using the interactive instruments.  Don’t forget to save your piece of work for me to have a listen to your creations.

 

Reading

On Purple Mash you will find two activities in your 2Do file.  Read and complete the activities for the story ‘Sky-Scraping Sunflowers’.  Using the programme, complete the sentences from the story with the missing joining word.  Which word needs to go into the sentence to make the sentence complete? 

 

 

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Good Morning, I hope you all had a great day yesterday and the videos on the school page are helping with your learning. If there is anything extra we can do to help, please let me know via email – bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk.

Here are your lessons for today. Have fun, work hard, and don’t forget to send your work through to me, I am looking forward to seeing your learning later today.

Just a little reminder to think about your presentation when completing your work, remember to practice your best handwriting, think about your presentation and take pride in the work you are completing at home.

Have fun!

Mrs Wood.

 

English

To create a list of characters from the story and relate this to their job in the story.

Below you will find a video for today’s English lesson. Watch the video, enjoy the story, and complete the activities on the video.  Don’t forget to send your work to me on an email, I’m looking forward to seeing your work.

Parents and Carers, please be aware, the videos are posted to YouTube, and linked to the website for the children to use.  Due to the restrictions on the YouTube page, we cannot control the adverts which appear at the end of the videos.  Please supervise your child, as you see necessary, when watching the clips.  Many Thanks.

Maths

Starter: To recall number facts to 20.

Main Lesson: To add numbers using an efficient written method.

In today’s lesson we will be finding and recalling number facts to 20. In the main part of our lesson, we will be adding numbers, and you are going to make the numbers yourself. Watch the video to get some ideas of how you can make your own numbers to add, then complete the activity and send the work to me. Have fun!

Parents and Carers, please be aware, the videos are posted to YouTube, and linked to the website for the children to use.  Due to the restrictions on the YouTube page, we cannot control the adverts which appear at the end of the videos.  Please supervise your child, as you see necessary, when watching the clips.  Many Thanks.

Spellings

Tigers

Log into espresso and complete the activity for the link below … you will need to read the words on the screen and match the words to make a new compound word. Remember some of the words you used in the lesson yesterday.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item741214/grade1/module735174/index.html

Elephants

Log into espresso and click the link to find the activity. Using the sounds and words on the screen, sort the sounds into the correct column to complete the game. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item819805/grade1/module63427/index.html

Rabbits

Log into espresso and complete the activity. Using the different sounds on the screen, match the sounds in the words with the sound groups on the screen to complete the activity.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item800651/grade1/module61932/index.html

 

RE

To understand that people can have a range of different roles.

Watch the video posted below to look at the different roles I have in school and at home, and see if you can think of all the different roles you have both in school and at home. Once you have completed the activity, send me a copy if the thought shower you have created.

Parents and Carers, please be aware, the videos are posted to YouTube, and linked to the website for the children to use.  Due to the restrictions on the YouTube page, we cannot control the adverts which appear at the end of the videos.  Please supervise your child, as you see necessary, when watching the clips.  Many Thanks.

Reading

On Purple Mash you will find two activities in your 2Do file. Read and complete the activities for the story ‘Sky-Scraping Sunflowers’. Using the programme, complete the missing words in the sentences for the story you have just read. Don’t forget you can always choose a book from your book bag or bookshelf and read the story to an adult or to yourself to enjoy. Maybe you could take the book into the garden and read in the sunshine.

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Monday 20th April

Good Morning and welcome back to your virtual lessons. I really hope you have all had a lovely break, a great Easter and you have had fun playing out in the sunshine!

Here are your lessons for today, I am looking forward to seeing how you get on with today’s learning.

Any questions, as always, please give me a call or send me an email.

Mrs Wood.

 

English

To make a model or diagram of a farm setting.

Your English lesson is now live on Facebook for you to watch.  Head over to the school Facebook page to access the video and complete the activities on the video.  Don’t forget to send your work to me once you have completed it.

If you haven’t been to the farm, here is a virtual farm tour video, to help with your ideas in the lesson today.  The video is only short, but will give you some great ideas for your English work today and your farm designs later in the lesson.

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=virtual+farm+tour+for+kids&&view=detail&mid=8E141533819C986558668E141533819C98655866&&FORM=VRDGAR&ru=%2Fvideos%2Fsearch%3Fq%3Dvirtual%2Bfarm%2Btour%2Bfor%2Bkids%26FORM%3DHDRSC3

 

Maths

Starter: To show that addition is commutative.

Our maths lesson is now live on Facebook.  Please head over to the school Facebook page to access the lesson for today.

Main Lesson: To add numbers using an efficient written method.

Watch the video on our school Facebook page, then answer the questions below.

Answer the following questions using the jottings method.

Red and Orange

Yellow and Green

Blue and Purple

Remember to use an efficient method to solve these calculations.

26 + 24 =

31 + 54 =

81 + 45 =

67 + 12 =

94 + 21 =

103 + 115 =

145 + 132 =

187 + 123 =

254 + 261 =

Remember to use an efficient method to solve these calculations.

24 + 12 =

34 + 15 =

47 + 11 =

27 + 31 =

26 + 22 =

37 + 21 =

45 + 13 =

28 + 11 =

Remember to use an efficient method to solve these calculations.

12 + 4 =

15 + 3 =

4 + 7 =

5 + 9 =

14 + 9 =

13 + 4 =

18 + 3 =

20 + 4 =

 

Grammar

To use precise adjectives.

Adjectives are describing words and, when used in a sentence, can describe a person or an object. On Purple Mash you will find an activity called ‘Light Words’. Using the words on the left of the screen, write an interesting sentence with the adjective in the sentence. Here is an example … On Bonfire Night the fireworks were ablaze with colour. See if you can write some interesting sentences and draw some images to match the sentences, then save the work on Purple Mash for me to see. I am looking forward to reading your super sentences.

 

Spellings

Tigers

Log into espresso and click the link here to find the video. Watch the video and write down as many compound words as you can think of. Remember a compound word is a single word made of two separate words, which make an object when placed together, such as rain+bow=rainbow.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item742247/grade1/module735174/index.html

Elephants

Log into espresso and click the link here to find the video. Watch the video and write down as many different ways of writing the ‘e’ phoneme mentioned in the video.   Add these words to a sentence, once you have finished watching the video. See if you can think of any other ‘e’ words’.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item100017/grade1/module63427/index.html

Rabbits

Log into espresso and click the link here to the video. Watch the video with the ‘ch’ sound and write down as many words with the ‘ch’ phoneme you can from the video.   Write down any additional words with the ‘ch’ phoneme that you can think of. Use your phonics to correctly spell the words.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item82431/grade1/module61932/index.html

 

History

To understand how cars and vehicles have changed over time.

Over the past few weeks, we have been learning about changes over time and how vehicles, towns, toys and trains have changed over time. Today we are going to look at how cars have changed over time. Head over to our school Facebook page where you will find our history lesson for today.

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Friday 3rd April 2020

Happy Friday Everyone! Massive well done for all your amazing effort in the past two weeks.  Here’s a snapshot of the week, and some of the photographs I have received of you having fun!

English:

To write a setting description.

Yesterday you watched the trailer of The Wind in the Willows. The opening scene is beautiful, and you can see it below.  Look at the image and write a setting description for the opening scene of the trailer.

Red and Orange: write a description and say what you can see using a range of adjectives (describing words) and expanded noun phrases such as the calm, still riverbank or the long, thin willow branches. Think carefully about the detail you use to describe the scene. Look closely, can you see the reflections, the colours and the detail? Maybe you can include these in your descriptions.

Yellow and Green: to write a description and say what you can see in the image using a range of different adjectives to describe the scene. Remember to use precise nouns (willow tree, riverbank, canoe) and adjectives (describing words) when describing what you can see.

Blue and Purple: write simple sentences joined by ‘and’ to describe the scene from the trailer. What can you see in the image? Remember your phonics to help with tricky words.

 

Maths:

To rapidly recall multiplication facts.

Log into TTRS and Maths Shed and practice your maths skills.  Try to move up the league and become a Rock Legend on TTRS. Remember to let me know if you move up so I can see how amazingly well you are doing.

Answer the following questions as quick as you can. Ask an adult to mark them and let me know your score …

READY, STEADY, GO!!!

Year 2 …

 

Year 1 …

Grammar:

Final grammar of the week with adjectives and nouns – today choose the correct adjective or noun to fit the sentence? Click the link to play the game: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/standalone/activity_html/item460511/index.html?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fcentral.espresso.co.uk%2Fespresso%2Fmodules%2Fe1_grammar%2Factivities%2Findex.html&bgcolor=bebddd

 

Spellings and Phonics:

Ask your parents to test you on your weekly spellings.  Don’t forget to let me know how you have got on with your test. Good Luck!

Rabbits

Elephants

Tigers

I

no

go

and

the

journey

chimney

alley

key

valley

jockey

honey

turkey

they

grew

obey

tail

tale

some

sum

flour

flower

I

eye

meat

meet

 

Theme – Science

When you log into Purple Mash, complete the task ‘My Plant Diary.’ Look at the examples and complete a plant diary for the plants we have grown in school. Add pictures or photographs to the diary. Don’t forget your sentences to tell me what your plant is like now.

 

Theme – PSHE

Mindfulness Colouring – today, find a picture/image and enjoy relaxing colouring the sheet, enjoying some time to relax and think about the week, how amazing it has been and how we can look forward to the weekend. You could download a colouring app if you don’t have access to a colouring page on paper.

If you don’t want to colour, do something which helps you to relax, maybe play on a computer, jump on the trampoline, kick a football, paint or listen to music. Use this time to do something YOU want to do, enjoy and relax! Happy Weekend!

 

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Thursday 2nd April 2020

How are we all feeling as we reach Thursday? I hope you are all well!

Here are some pictures of the amazing maths work I received yesterday, I am so proud of you all for using the bar model for your fractions work, absolutely awesome!  Can you spot your work here?

Enjoy your activities today.

Mrs Wood.

 

English:

To write a review.

Can you become a film critic and write a review? Can you watch the trailer and write a review for the film The Wind in the Willows? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZYcoeqzxVI  Watch the trailer on the link here, then write a review to share with others to say whether you would want to watch the film at the cinema. Can you use persuasive language to persuade others to watch the film?

Use the template to help structure your review.

Maths:

Halve It! – Active Maths!

https://www.teachactive.org/my-account/homework/#/homework/168981 complete the activity on the link below. When you click the link, the instructions are on the website to tell you what to do. Have fun!

Once you have helped Motty by completing the activity, can you answer the following questions?

Red and Orange

Yellow and Green

Blue and Purple

½ of 34 =

½ of 40 =

½ of 26 =

¼ of 20 =

¼ of 16 =

¼ of 8 =

½ of 14 =

½ of 20 =

½ of 26 =

¼ of 20 =

¼ of 16 =

¼ of 8 =

½ of 10 =

½ of 12 =

½ of 4 =

½ of 6 =

½ of 20 =

½ of 14 =

 

 

Spelling and Phonics

Rabbits and Elephants

Reading Challenge – can you read the comic on the link below and spot the different ‘ey’ words in the comic. Can you write or type a list of the different words you spot?

https://www.phonicsplaycomics.co.uk/comic_ph5b_the_mystery_key.html

Tigers

Can you click the link below and write the different homophones to make the sentences complete? Remember to think carefully about the different spellings for the different sentences to ensure they make sense.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item710552/grade1/module735174/index.html

 

Theme – PE
Joe Wicks is taking part in a nationwide PE lesson every day at 9am. Why don’t you try one of his PE lessons from this week to keep yourself fit! Let me know how you get on.  Send me your pictures of your PE lesson and I will share your active lessons with everyone on our website!

 

Theme – Computing

On Purple Mash I have assigned you a challenge ‘DIY Game Magazine’. Can you make a cover for a new magazine for your new simulation game? Think about the cover, how can it be eye catching and exciting for people to want to pick up and read?

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Wednesday 1st April 2020

What an awesome week we are having, well done to everyone who has submitted work this week. If you haven’t managed to send me anything yet, I am looking forward to seeing your work. Everyone is working so hard, and having lots of fun at the same time! Keep it up.

Here are your activities for today!  I am looking forward to seeing your hard work.

English:

Active Literacy Lesson – Spelling Splat

Ask your parents to help with this one. Write each of your spellings out on a separate piece of paper and put them on the floor or on the wall.  Using a Nerf-Gun / pointer / stick / wooden spoon, can you shoot or splat the word as your parents say them? Next, say a sentence to your parent that includes the word.  Have a go at spelling each word without looking at it.  You could add additional words to this from the year one and two list below. Good Luck! Send me your pictures for this one, it’s going to be a fun game!

 

Rabbits Elephants Tigers

I

no

go

and

the

journey

chimney

alley

key

valley

jockey

honey

turkey

they

grey

obey

meet

meat

eye

I

flower

flour

sum

some

tale

tail

 

 

Maths:

To find fractions of numbers.

When finding fractions of numbers, we can use a bar model. Here is a quick model using a bar model to find a fraction of a number. Can you answer the questions below using a bar model to find the answer?

Red and Orange

Yellow and Green

Blue and Purple

1/3 of 15 =

1/5 of 20 =

1/7 of 21 =

¼ of 16 =

½ of 30 =

1/6 of 18 =

1/8 of 24 =

1/9 of 27 =

½ of 12 =

½ of 16 =

½ of 20 =

¼ of 20 =

¼ of 16 =

¼ of 24 =

1/5 of 15 =

1/6 of 18 =

½ of 4 =

½ of 10 =

½ of 6 =

½ of 8 =

½ of 12 =

½ of 16 =

½ of 20 =

½ of 18 =

 

Grammar:

To sort the adjectives and nouns.

On Monday you popped the bubbles, today you need to sort the words. Can you sort the adjectives and nouns into the correct categories on the game by clicking the link: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/standalone/activity_html/item460511/index.html?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fcentral.espresso.co.uk%2Fespresso%2Fmodules%2Fe1_grammar%2Factivities%2Findex.html&bgcolor=bebddd

Phonics and Spellings

Rabbits and Elephants

Practice your spellings today, can you write a range of sentences using the ‘ey’ words?

Tigers

Play snap, can you match the cards to the correct homophone?   Snap the pairs which match.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item745218/grade1/module735174/index.html

 

Theme – Art

To create an Easter celebration image. Can you draw / paint / collage an Easter picture – you could include symbolic Easter images such as eggs, chicks, bunny, carrots, basket, hot cross bun, bonnet etc.  I can’t wait to see what you create!

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Tuesday 31st March 2020

Good Morning everyone! Massive well done for a super start to the week. It was so lovely to catch up with you on the telephone yesterday. If I didn’t get a chance to catch up, I will be calling in the next few days to see if you are well.

Here are your activities for today. Keep up the excellent work and let me know how it is going.

Mrs Wood.

 

English:

To write a character description.

Can you think of the different characters in The Wind in the Willows – choose a character, draw a sketch of the character and write a description of the character you have chosen.

Red and Orange – write a paragraph thinking of precise adjectives to describe the character you have chosen and expanded noun phrases.

Yellow and Green – write a short paragraph thinking of the exciting adjectives you can include in your writing.

Blue and Purple – create a spider diagram around your sketch using words and phrases, including adjectives to describe the character you have chosen.

 

Maths:

To draw and label fractions.

We have a super understanding of different fractions so today I want you to see if you can draw and find the correct fraction using the activities. Watch the video on the link below then complete the activities to go with the video clip.

Maths:

Tuesday

Red and Orange

Drawing shapes and shading fractions in different colours.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item903991/grade1/module883167/index.html

activity to shade in the fraction of pizza.

Yellow and Green

Halves or quarters activity:

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item903522/grade1/module883167/index.html

Blue and Purple

Halves or quarters activity:

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item903522/grade1/module883167/index.html

 

Phonics and Spellings:

Rabbits and Elephants

Today we are looking at reading a range of words with the ‘ey’ grapheme. Can you complete the activity here to read the range of different ‘ey’ words?

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item833277/grade1/module63427/index.html

Tigers

Tuesday – Can you complete this quiz to check your knowledge of homophones and choosing the correct spelling?

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item740369/grade1/module735174/index.html

 

Theme – RE

Can you retell the Easter Story? Find a version of the Easter story to watch on YouTube and retell the story. Can you make a little story book or comic strip of the story, including images / pictures and writing to explain the story? Don’t forget to include story writing features, key details, adjectives and expanded noun phrases to make your writing exciting. There is also a template on Purple Mash for you to complete, if you want to. Please send some pictures of these so I can share our awesome work.

 

 

 

Monday 30th March

Happy Monday Bumble Bees!

I hope you had a lovely weekend.

Welcome to week two of your home learning. We are missing seeing all your smiling faces in school, but you are all working so hard at home. Last week so many children from our class completed some amazing pieces of work, I was so proud of each and every one of you. Please can you also say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to your parents and carers who helped every day? They too have worked hard last week. Huge thanks everyone!

Here are your home learning activities for this week. I hope you enjoy completing them and sending them to me. I love receiving your work, and looking at what you have been up to. Don’t forget to send them to … bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk 

Remember if you are struggling to access the work, refresh your browser everyday and the work will appear!

Good luck and have fun!

Mrs Wood 😊

 

English:

To retell the story of the Wind in the Willows.

This week we are recapping The Wind in the Willows story which we are all familiar with. Can you think about the characters and retell the story? Remember to use as many details as you can to make your story exciting and engaging to read.

Red and Orange – ensure you are using a range of adverb starters – suddenly, anxiously, quickly. Can you think carefully about using noun phrases? – the long, winding, blue river.

Yellow and Green – think about the different ways you can start your sentences – can you use a range of different ways? Remember to use the correct punctuation too – full stops and capital letters and if you can exclamation marks!

Blue and Purple – write the story using simple sentences and joining your sentences with ‘and’. Remember your simple sentence writing features, capital letters and full stops.

Maths:

To find fractions.

Watch the video from the link below, answer the questions and complete the activities for each activity. If you want to challenge yourself, have a go at the different group activities too.

Remember to keep practicing your tables and maths skills using TTRS and Maths Shed.

Maths:

Monday

Red and Orange

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item884872/grade1/module883167/index.html

Activity: Finding fractions.

Yellow and Green

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item885879/grade1/module883167/index.html

Activity: Which fraction of the shape is shaded?

Blue and Purple

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item883176/grade1/module883167/index.html

Activity: halves or quarters.

 

Grammar:

To recognise and sort adjectives and nouns.

Complete the activity on the link here: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/standalone/activity_html/item321163/index.html?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fcentral.espresso.co.uk%2Fespresso%2Fmodules%2Fe1_grammar%2Factivities%2Findex.html&bgcolor=bebddd – can you recognise the nouns and adjectives and pop the bubbles when playing the game?

 

Phonics and Spellings:

Rabbits and Elephants

Can you complete the activity here where you are to sort the different ey graphemes into

the different phonemes? https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item820389/grade1/module63427/index.html

Tigers

This week you are finding different homophones. Can you watch the video link here to find

out about different homophones? https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item743937/grade1/module735174/index.html

 

Theme – History

Log into Purple Mash and there is an activity set for you to complete. Can you tell me about old and new toys? Watch the video, then write an information page about toys from the past compared to toys now. Don’t forget to include some sentences in your work too.

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Friday 27th March

Morning Bumble Bee Class,

Happy Friday! What a great week it has been! I hope you have enjoyed all your home learning activities and managed to also have some fun! Have an amazing weekend, don’t work too hard, just enjoy!

Here are your activities for today. I am looking forward to seeing how you are getting on. If you have any questions, or want to send me copies of your work, remember you can send it to the class email address: bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk. Looking forward to seeing your hard work.

English:

To write a set of instructions for a game around your house. Can you set up a treasure hunt around your house, then write instructions for someone, a parent or carer, brother or sister, to follow. Remember to use the following points to help with your instruction writing …

  • Title
  • List of equipment needed for the treasure hunt
  • Method
  • Clues

Remember your imperative (bossy verbs) to tell your family how to follow the instructions.

Have Fun!

 

Maths:

To rapid recall your tables.

Mrs Wood has been busy setting challenges on Maths Shed and TTRS. Can you log into these two platforms and practice your rapid recall of times tables?   Aim to move up the Rockstar hall of fame! I will be keeping an eye out and seeing who has improved!  Don’t forget to let me know if you get a new status!

 

Science:

When you log into Purple Mash today, you will find a task called ‘Growing Plants’. Watch the video and create a story board about your plants, adding the images and the text in details to show how to grow the plants.

 

Grammar:

Using the list of s and es suffix words, can you use the words to make a wordsearch for members of your family to answer and find?

 

s suffix

es suffix

cats

eats

rocks

days

sits

glasses

buzzes

washes

watches

catches

boxes

 

Spellings:

Spelling Test:

Ask a grown-up in your house to help to test you on your spellings and send me your result. I can’t wait to see your final score!

 

Rabbits

Elephants

Tigers

fun

Thursday

smiling

huff

world

wanted

lick

thirsty

greatest

bell

farmer

lazing

sat

heard

snoozing

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Theme – PSHE

Relaxing – it’s really important to relax and chill! For the rest of the afternoon / day do something which helps you to relax, maybe play on a computer, jump on the trampoline, kick a football, paint, play outside or listen to music. Use this time to do something YOU want to do, enjoy and relax!

Happy Weekend!

 

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Thursday 26th March

Morning Bumble Bee Class,

Happy Thursday! WOW! You have amazed me with your work. You are all working so hard every day, keep it up!

Here are your activities for today. I am looking forward to seeing how you are getting on. If you have any questions, or want to send me copies of your work, remember you can send it to the class email address: bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk . Looking forward to seeing your hard work.

Mrs Wood.

 

English:

To put all your instructions together as a final finished piece. Can you bring all your ideas together … your plan, your list of equipment, your method and diagrams to go with each diagram? Can you test your instructions on your family?  Can they follow the instructions and play the game? I hope your games are really successful! Can you send me a picture of you playing and testing your games?

 

Maths:

To add three digits.

Adding three digits is good fun! Can you play a game where you make three numbers, you could roll a real dice or a virtual dice on a device, read the numbers and write a calculation. Alternatively, you could use a pack of cards and choose three number cards to add together. Spinners are also good fun, you could make a number spinner, then write down three numbers to add together.

Alongside this, you can also use TTRS and Maths Shed using your log in for additional practice.

 

PE:

Joe Wicks – Body Coach is taking part in a nationwide PE lesson at 9am in the morning. Can you join in with his PE lesson and have some fun? If the weather is nice, maybe you could do your lesson in the sunshine 😊 On your email, send me three adjective to describe how you felt before, during and after you have completed the workout!

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=925&v=Rz0go1pTda8&feature=emb_title

 

Computing:

On Purple Mash you will find a task allocated for you to complete. On your log in, you will find ‘2DIY3D’ activity ready to complete. Can you design and make your own game? Maybe you can give your game a theme – Peter Rabbit might be adventuring in Mr McGreggor’s garden in your game. Or Peter might be upsetting Mr McGreggor and setting lots of traps to catch him!  Can you design your game, play the game and check the game and save and submit the game on Purple Mash. Good Luck!  I can’t wait to see your games and have a play!

 

Spellings:

Spelling Practice:

Can you log into Spelling Shed, can you practice your spellings?

 

Rabbits

Elephants

Tigers

fun

Thursday

smiling

huff

world

wanted

lick

thirsty

greatest

bell

farmer

lazing

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mess

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Wednesday 25th March

Morning Bumble Bee Class,

Happy Wednesday!  How are you all?  I am so impressed with the standard of work you have been completing at home.  Massive well done and keep it up!

Huge well done to ZD, HG, AJW, MDC, KH OW, KB, CZ, LE, AD, HM, NMC, RB and EB for completing the work and sending me emails, messages and attachments of the work completed.  All the work has been to a very high standard and I have really enjoyed seeing the work you have been completing.  Keep it up and let’s see if we can add any other initials to the growing list!

Here are your activities for today.  I am looking forward to seeing how you are getting on.  If you have any questions, or want to send me copies of your work, remember you can send it to the class email address: bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk.  Looking forward to seeing your hard work.

Mrs Wood.

English:

To draw a diagram of each step for your instructions.  Most instructions we read, and use, have a diagram or photograph to help others to understand how to follow the instructions.  For your invented game, can you draw a diagram or ask a grown-up to take photographs of each stage of your instructions? 

Maths:

To add multiples of 10 using a mental strategy.

Adding a multiple of 10 to a number is really easy!  We have lots of different ways of doing this.  Can you use your different strategies to answer the questions below and add multiples of 10 to the number.  There is a 100 square to help find the answer.

Alongside this, you can also use TTRS and Maths Shed using your log in for additional practice.

 

Red and Orange:

Yellow and Green:

Blue and Purple:

64 + 20 =

57 + 30 =

98 + 70 =

53 + 40 =

62 + 20 =

59 + 40 =

47 + 80 =

87 + 40 =

89 + 40 =

76 + 30 =

 

53 + 20 =

71 + 20 =

32 + 20 =

53 + 10 =

51 + 10=

47 + 20 =

17 + 10 =

85 + 10 =

10 + 5 =

10 + 2 =

10 + 6 =

10 + 4 =

10 + 9 =

10 + 4 =

10 + 8 =

10 + 6 =

Grammar:

Write the following s and es suffix words in a range of sentences.  Can you challenge yourself and use more than one word in a sentence? 

s suffix

es suffix

jumps

climbs

skips

plays

sounds

shops

 

churches

beaches

foxes

peaches

hatches

fizzes

Theme:

This academic year we are aiming to be a Dementia Friendly school and develop links with members of the community who may suffer from this long-term health condition.  This website … https://kids.alzheimersresearchuk.org/young-kids/ has some amazing activities and information to help you learn about the condition. 

Can you find out some information about Dementia?  Can you answer the following questions …

  • What is dementia?
  • How does it affect the brain?
  • What happens if a person has got dementia?
  • Can you find out any other interesting facts about the condition?

Once you have found out the information, can you make an information page either by hand on paper, or using a template on Purple Mash (2publish) to share your information.

 

Art:

Linked to your theme work, we are asking all children to design and make a front cover for a bright and cheerful card  that we can make into greetings cards for members of a care home, where the patients primarily suffer with Dementia.  Can you design and make a bright, colourful and cheery card to send to the patients?  Don’t worry about getting the card to us, your parents can take a photograph and send it to me for printing.

 

Spellings:

Spelling Practice:

Write your spellings in pencil, the trace over the spellings with 5 different colours each time.

Rabbits

Elephants

Tigers

fun

Thursday

smiling

huff

world

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thirsty

greatest

bell

farmer

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mess

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work

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Tuesday 24th March

Morning Bumble Bee Class, I hope you have had a great day yesterday trying your new activities? Massive well done to AJW, LE, NMC, AD, ZD, ML and BB for the work you have submitted so far. I have really enjoyed receiving your work.

Here are your activities for today. I am looking forward to seeing how you are getting on. If you have any questions, or want to send me copies of your work, remember you can send it to the class email address: bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk. Looking forward to seeing your hard work.

English:

To write a set of instructions for your new playtime game. When writing instructions, you need to remember to include the following in your writing …

  • Title for your instructions
  • List of equipment needed
  • Use of colon for subheadings
  • Method
  • Number steps to show the order of the instructions
  • Use of imperative (bossy) verbs
  • A diagram to show your game

Remember to make your instructions as clear and detailed as you can. Read and check every sentence and ensure you have used the correct punctuation.

 

Maths:

To add two numbers using a mental strategy.

When we read a range of different number sentences, we can think of the most efficient method for adding these numbers together. Have a go at answering the following questions in your maths book, then ask your parents to send a picture to the class email address to show me your answers. Then follow the links and have fun!

Alongside this, you can also use TTRS and Maths Shed using your log in for additional practice.

Red and Orange:

Yellow and Green:

Blue and Purple:

64 + 27 =

17 + 30 =

98 + 72 =

50 + 7 =

62 + 20 =

50 + 47 =

47 + 8 =

87 + 46 =

89 + 49 =

76 + 48 =

 

53 + 9 =

71 + 20 =

32 + 65 =

53 + 40 =

51 + 6 =

4 + 8 + 2 =

17 + 74 =

85 + 12 =

5 + 5 =

3 + 2 =

2 + 6 =

8 + 4 =

4 + 9 =

5 + 4 =

4 + 8 =

9 + 6 =

 

Click the link and answer the questions online …

 

Music:

Spot the instrument … look at the image below, can you play eye-spy and write down a list of all the different musical instruments you can find?

RE:

To find out about and research Sukkot. Can you carry out some research to find out about Sukkot. This video … https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=jumpin+jerusalem+sukkot&&view=detail&mid=8D31799EF900223203B98D31799EF900223203B9&&FORM=VRDGAR has lots of information about Sukkot. Can you create an information page about Sukkot? Use the word bank below to help with your information page.

 

Word Bank …

sukkot

etrog

avarot

hadassim

Jewish

god

Egypt

lulav

Israel

sukkah

 

Spellings:

Spelling Practice:

Write the words from your spellings into sentences. Can you use the correct punctuation for each sentence? Can you challenge yourself to use more than one of your spellings in the sentence?

 

Rabbits

Elephants

Tigers

fun

Thursday

smiling

huff

world

wanted

lick

thirsty

greatest

bell

farmer

lazing

sat

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snoozing

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Don’t forget other free online resources you can access…

PHONICS PLAY 

TWINKL– access code CVDTWINKLHELPS (parents then create a free log in)

GO NOODLE- family area

POBBLE 365 – no log in required

DISCOVERY EDUCATION – ESPRESSO – see reading record.

PURPLE MASH – log in on front of reading record

SPELLING SHED – log in on front of reading record

 

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Monday 23rd March

Morning Bumble Bee Class, I hope you have had a lovely weekend in the sunshine.

Here are your activities for today.  I am looking forward to seeing how you are getting on.  If you have any questions, or want to send me copies of your work, remember you can send it to the class email address: bumblebee@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk.  Looking forward to seeing your hard work.

Mrs Wood.

 

English:

To design and make a game for your friends to play either on the playground or in your back garden.

Using all the information we have gathered over the week about instruction writing, can you begin to plan and write ideas for a new game you can play with your friends.  Think about:

  • The equipment you will need to use
  • The space you will need to play
  • The step by step instructions you will need to give your friends in order for them to understand the game you’ve created.

In your books, can you begin to draft your ideas.  You don’t need to write the full instructions today, just think about ideas for the game.

 

Maths:

Over the week we will be practicing and recapping our addition and subtraction skills.  The links below will take you to some questions linked to addition to practice your skills.  Alongside this, you can also use TTRS and Maths Shed using your log in for additional practice.

Have a go at answering the following questions in your maths book, then ask your parents to send a picture to the class email address to show me your answers.  Then follow the links and have fun!  The log in for the links are as follows:

Red and Orange

Yellow and Green

Blue and Purple

34 + 25 =

45 + 24 =

57 + 22 =

167 + 121 =

186 + 113 =

243 + 145 =

345 + 123 =

45 + 56 =

67+ 45 =

89 + 45 =

12 + 13 =

13 + 14 =

16 + 11 =

21 + 13 =

24 + 15 =

12 + 25 =

15 + 14 =

13 + 23 =

26 + 21 =

25 + 22 =

3 + 4 =

5 + 7 =

3 + 7 =

7 + 9=

5 + 9 =

10 + 4 =

10 + 7 =

12 + 3 =

15 + 4 =

12 + 6 =

Use your tens and ones jottings to help if you need to calculate the answers.

Use your tens and ones jottings to help if you need to calculate the answers.

Use your jottings to help you to count.

 

Click the link and answer the questions online …

 

Grammar:

Adding s or es to words to make them plural – recap our learning.  Can you remember when we added s and es to make more than one of an object?  Watch the video on the link below and complete the two different activities.  Can you screen grab or screen shot the activities and send them to me?   https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item910810/grade1/module910304/collection910301/section910915/index.html

 

History:

See the set work on Purple Mash.  Log into your Purple Mash account and complete the work about old and new transport.

 

Spellings:

Write the words from your spellings so it looks like a staircase.  Write one letter on each line until you have completed the whole word.  Maybe you could do each line in a different colour too?  Don’t forget to send me a picture of your staircase words.

Rabbits

Elephants

Tigers

fun

Thursday

smiling

huff

world

wanted

lick

thirsty

greatest

bell

farmer

lazing

sat

heard

snoozing

mess

were

changing

 

work

largest

 

her

entertained

 

 

youngest

 

 

earlier