Home Learning for Pupils Self-Isolating

 

Year 1 Home Learning

This page contains several activities for your child to be working on whilst self-isolating at home. These activities will support your child in keeping up with the work currently taking place in school to ensure they don’t miss out on vital learning.

All of the activities below can be completed in your child’s yellow homework book and should be handed in on their return to school.

Literacy Activities:

  • Letter Formation- below is a Read Write Inc place mat that can support your child in forming each letter sound correctly. It may be beneficial for your child to trace over letters you have formed initially to support them further.
  •  Letter Formation - This interactive resource is also useful in supporting children with letter formation.
  • Practice writing their full name. 
  • Using the scrambled sentences below your child can practice reading CVC words, forming sentences and working on their handwriting.
  • Phonics Play has a variety of phonics games to support segmenting and blending for reading, you can access these for free using the log in details on the homepage.
  • Reading and spelling of the phase words below

 

Phase Words

the

no

he

me

you

they

to

go

she

be

all

her

I

into

we

was

are

my

 

Numeracy Activities:

  • Number formation- the document below will support your child in forming numbers correctly from the correct starting point. It may be beneficial for your child to trace over numerals you have formed initially to support them further.
  • Top Marks has a range of maths games to support your child in developing their sense of number.
  • The simple addition and subtraction questions below can be completed in your child’s yellow homework book.

Science Activities:

  • Your child has access to Active Learn Bug Club, their log in details can be found at the front of their home reading log. Through the Science bug tab there is access to a range of resources linked to our current topic of materials for your child to explore.

R.E Activities:

  • Linking with our topic can your child draw pictures of people who help us and label them?
  • Can they also draw a picture and write a short sentence to explain what gifts or talents they have.

PE Activities:

  • Children can take part in Joe Wicks’ Lockdown PE sessions using this link. Joe Wicks PE

History Activities:

We are studying the Great Fire of London this half term in History.

  • Can your child be supported in researching some key facts about this significant historical event
  • Can they draw a picture of London at the time of the Great Fire. 
  • Look at the picture sources on the document below, ask your child to discuss with you what similarities and differences they can see between London then and now.