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Year 1 Remote home learning overview and resources WB 25.01.21

Date: 22nd Jan 2021 @ 5:34pm

Please see below Year 1 remote home learning overview and resources. Resources have been set as 2'do's on purple mash :

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/greenhill-ol4


If you have lost your purple mash login, please do not hesitate to get in touch with school, who will provide you with your childs login details.  


You can also access video's of your teacher talking you through each activity on the 2do's set on purple mash. 

Remote Learning Videos for Maths 25th January

Date: 22nd Jan 2021 @ 2:17pm

Monday- Bubble Pop

https://youtu.be/dWHxGC0L59w

Tuesday- Number song- 5 Current buns

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9bkEqA4x8o

Wednesday- Building towers

https://youtu.be/07kXTcBBYfQ

Thursday- Tracking objects

https://youtu.be/EPOu2gC1H0Q

Friday-Colour sorting

https://youtu.be/EPOu2gC1H0Q

Remote Learning Videos for English 25th January

Date: 22nd Jan 2021 @ 9:59am

Monday: The Rainy Day by Anna Millbourne and Sarah Gill

https://youtu.be/dOBWfcQ8JzI

 

Tuesday: 'B' Initial sound

https://youtu.be/tGjGlZcgPp8

Overwriting

https://youtu.be/bM6oOMXgaJ0

 

Wednesday: 'P' Initial sound

https://youtu.be/SnTOAZpJuXU

Magic writing.

https://youtu.be/AN_AHgmpiys

 

Thursday: 'M' Initial sound

https://youtu.be/n_t2VAs0koI

Overwriting

https://youtu.be/mXNbnTeE19Y

 

Friday- Animal noises

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/1/welcome-to-the-zoo

Overwriting

https://youtu.be/92DlUa9kMzA

Y1 Remote Home Learning Overview and Resources WB 18.01.21

Date: 17th Jan 2021 @ 4:56pm

Please see below Year 1 remote home learning overview and resources. Resources have been set as 2'do's on Purple Mash :

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/greenhill-ol4

If you have lost your purple mash login, please do not hesitate to get in touch with school, who will provide you with your child’s login details.  

You can also access videos of your teacher talking you through each activity on your class page on the school website.

Remote Learning Videos for Maths

Date: 15th Jan 2021 @ 10:04am

Monday- Copying Patterns

https://youtu.be/izW8eKzzeaQ

Tuesday- Five littel snowmen

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrfCD9wjLUE

Wednesday- Building towers

https://youtu.be/07kXTcBBYfQ

Thursday- Tracking Objects

https://youtu.be/EPOu2gC1H0Q

Friday- Skittle Counting

https://youtu.be/6c016MUpJnA

Remote Learning Videos for English

Date: 15th Jan 2021 @ 9:52am

Monday: Story- What will the weather be like today? 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgvbpxTX0rM&t=61s

Monday Writing- Playdough

https://youtu.be/PidNR8Gs3Xg

Tuesday: See and Learn

https://youtu.be/eywyO1YVpqo

Wednesday: See and Learn

https://youtu.be/2XOqrfODgks

Thursday: See and Learn

https://youtu.be/qisUbNwqTR0

Friday- See and Learn

https://youtu.be/U-2EsAdMAIw

 

Friday Writing- Playdough

https://youtu.be/PidNR8Gs3Xg

Remote Learning Video - English Monday 18th January

Date: 15th Jan 2021 @ 9:31am

Please watch the English video before starting todays learning 

https://youtu.be/GsV7tZQMpU4 

Star Reader Test Guidance with Website Link

Date: 14th Jan 2021 @ 11:24am

For support with your child's Star Reader test, please read through the guidance which will take you through it, step by step.

 

Website Link: https://ukhosted13.renlearn.co.uk/6013217/

Star Reader Test Guidance

Date: 13th Jan 2021 @ 1:49pm

For support with your child's Star Reader test, please read through the guidance which will take you through it, step by step.

Star Reader Test Guidance

Date: 13th Jan 2021 @ 1:47pm

For support with your child's Star Reader test, please read through the guidance which will take you through it, step by step.

Y1 Remote Home Learning overview WB 11.01.21

Date: 12th Jan 2021 @ 10:08am

Please see below the Remote Home Learning Overview. It will only contain learning for the whole of this week.

Year 1 remote home learning for WB 11th January 2021

Date: 12th Jan 2021 @ 8:19am

Please see below Year 1 remote home learning overview and resources. Resources have been set as 2'do's on purple mash :

https://www.purplemash.com/sch/greenhill-ol4

If you have lost your purple mash login, please do not hesitate to get in touch with school, who will provide you with your childs login details.  

You can also access video's of your teacher talking you through each activity on your class page on the school website. 

Nursery Home learning 11/02/21

Date: 10th Jan 2021 @ 3:50pm

Nursery Isolation Home Learning: Week commencing 11th January 2021

 

Important Announcement

All parents have been sent an email invitation to join an online classroom. Please sign up and use the resources to complete these tasks below. All worksheets for planning below is on seesaw. Make sure to save so the teacher can see your children’s lovely work and mark!

 

 

Book of the week: Jack and the Beanstalk

Time to spend on activity

Reading

Read with your child daily. I will attach some links below of story books for you to read online.  After reading, question your child on story.

  1. Who was in the story?
  2. Where was the story set (setting : forest, home)
  3. What was your favourite part of the story?

5//10minutes

 

English

Monday

 

 (L.O) Learning objective: To introduce story of the week


The book of the week is Jack and the beanstalk. Please listen to this story with your child and question their understanding at the end.

You can access the story as a video on Youtube.

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

Questions to ask about the story

  • 1. Who was in the story?      2. What happened to the cow?
  • 3. What did the man give to jack when he took the cow?
  • 4. What did mum do with the beans?  5. How was the mum feeling?
  • 5. What happened to the beans when jack when to sleep?
  • Who lived at the top of the bean stalk? What happened at the end of the story?

15 minutes

Tuesday  

LO: To draw my favourite part of the story from jack and the beanstalk

Starter: Re-cap the name of the story to the children and show/describe them a picture of the characters.

 

Main: Ask the children to draw a jack from the story. Remember to focus on detail.

Encourage your child to draw the beanstalk also. Remember the beanstalk was very big so we need to make sure it’s a lot bigger than jack.  

 Draw on a paper at home, parents to upload these pictures onto seesaw so your teacher can see and mark it!

10 minutes

Wednesday

 

Phonics.

 

L.O: To take part in a listening walk around the house.

 

Explain to your children that you are going to on a listening walk about the house. Now you need to listen very carefully walk around very quietly

Listening walk. Walk around your house and listen out for the different sounds you can hear.

 

Go around each room focusing on what sounds you could also here.

  • What can you hear when I make a cup of tea?
  • Let’s check in the front garden, what can we hear?
  • Does the back garden sound the same?

Talk to your children about what they can hear. Encourage good language.

 

15 minutes

Thursday

 

 

 

 

L.O: To guess the sound behind the door (Online game)

 

To follow on from Wednesday listening game, click the link below to take part in a listening game again. This time children have listen out to what animals they can hear.

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/uk/game/whats-behind-the-door?phase=1

 

10 minutes

Maths

Monday

 

Practice counting to 20.

 

Find random objects around your house, to count. Count your steps, your fingers, how many leaves you can see outside.

 

Count backwards also.

5 Minutes

Tuesday

L.O: To recognise numerals 1 and 2.

 

Introduce the number 1 and show the amount on your fingers. Do the same with number 2.

 

Practice writing these numbers out. (Practice on paper and take pictures for seesaw)

10 minutes

Wednesday

LO: to talk about where objects are

Introduce propositions to the children. (Positions of place)

on / on top of 

*in 

*next to 

*behind 

*under 

 

Using objects around the house to describe these points. E.g: Look the toy is under the book.

Look at the work sheet and discuss the positions with your child. Ask them what they think. Use the worksheet to encourage conversation about where jack is positioned. When your child gets the hang of this, encourage them to have a go. E.g: where the smiley face? Is behind the beanstalk or infront?

 

Ask questions! This work sheet does not to be edited, the purpose is for you and your child to discuss the positions.

 

(Worksheets to look at will be attached on the school website and also on seesaw)

10 minutes

Thursday

LO: To draw objects with positional language instructions

Find work sheet attached on school website and seesaw. Seesaw gives you the option to edit the work sheet and send it to the teacher so she can mark and be proud of your children.

Complete worksheets on seesaw.

Children to follow instructions of where to draw objects. For e.g: Draw a flower in the put. Child to then draw a flower in the pot.

10 minutes

 

Science – understanding of the world

 

Friday

L.O: to show a care and concern for the environment.

 

Starter: Show your child a picture of a labelled plant and discuss the features.

Explain that plants need sun and water to grow. How we need to eat our dinners to grow it’s the same for plants.

Talk your child about how the plant grows. Look at the example of the cycle also.

 

Task: Go into your front of back garden and look for what plans you can see.

 

Go back inside and draw a picture of what you saw. Parents to take a picture of the drawing and upload onto seesaw so teachers can see and mark.

15mins

 

Daily practice for name writing

 

Daily Name Writing

Can all children practice writing their names out every day.

Parents to write out the child’s name first so children can copy.

 

Can I remind parents’ names should be written with one Capital letter at the start and the rest lower case.

 

For example: Miss Pervez

5 minutes

 

Thank you for your support. Take care and stay safe

Miss Pervez

Isolation Home Learning 11/02/21

Date: 10th Jan 2021 @ 3:39pm

Nursery Isolation Home Learning: Week commencing 11th January 2021

 

Important Announcement

All parents have been sent an email invitation to join an online classroom. Please sign up and use the resources to complete these tasks below. All worksheets for planning below is on seesaw. Make sure to save so the teacher can see your children’s lovely work and mark!

 

 

Book of the week: Jack and the Beanstalk

Time to spend on activity

Reading

Read with your child daily. I will attach some links below of story books for you to read online.  After reading, question your child on story.

  1. Who was in the story?
  2. Where was the story set (setting : forest, home)
  3. What was your favourite part of the story?

5//10minutes

 

English

Monday

 

 (L.O) Learning objective: To introduce story of the week


The book of the week is Jack and the beanstalk. Please listen to this story with your child and question their understanding at the end.

You can access the story as a video on Youtube.

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

Questions to ask about the story

  • 1. Who was in the story?      2. What happened to the cow?
  • 3. What did the man give to jack when he took the cow?
  • 4. What did mum do with the beans?  5. How was the mum feeling?
  • 5. What happened to the beans when jack when to sleep?
  • Who lived at the top of the bean stalk? What happened at the end of the story?

15 minutes

Tuesday  

LO: To draw my favourite part of the story from jack and the beanstalk

Starter: Re-cap the name of the story to the children and show/describe them a picture of the characters.

 

Main: Ask the children to draw a jack from the story. Remember to focus on detail.

Encourage your child to draw the beanstalk also. Remember the beanstalk was very big so we need to make sure it’s a lot bigger than jack.  

 Draw on a paper at home, parents to upload these pictures onto seesaw so your teacher can see and mark it!

10 minutes

Wednesday

 

Phonics.

 

L.O: To take part in a listening walk around the house.

 

Explain to your children that you are going to on a listening walk about the house. Now you need to listen very carefully walk around very quietly

Listening walk. Walk around your house and listen out for the different sounds you can hear.

 

Go around each room focusing on what sounds you could also here.

  • What can you hear when I make a cup of tea?
  • Let’s check in the front garden, what can we hear?
  • Does the back garden sound the same?

Talk to your children about what they can hear. Encourage good language.

 

15 minutes

Thursday

 

 

 

 

L.O: To guess the sound behind the door (Online game)

 

To follow on from Wednesday listening game, click the link below to take part in a listening game again. This time children have listen out to what animals they can hear.

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/uk/game/whats-behind-the-door?phase=1

 

10 minutes

Maths

Monday

 

Practice counting to 20.

 

Find random objects around your house, to count. Count your steps, your fingers, how many leaves you can see outside.

 

Count backwards also.

5 Minutes

Tuesday

L.O: To recognise numerals 1 and 2.

 

Introduce the number 1 and show the amount on your fingers. Do the same with number 2.

 

Practice writing these numbers out. (Practice on paper and take pictures for seesaw)

10 minutes

Wednesday

LO: to talk about where objects are

Introduce propositions to the children. (Positions of place)

on / on top of 

*in 

*next to 

*behind 

*under 

 

Using objects around the house to describe these points. E.g: Look the toy is under the book.

Look at the work sheet and discuss the positions with your child. Ask them what they think. Use the worksheet to encourage conversation about where jack is positioned. When your child gets the hang of this, encourage them to have a go. E.g: where the smiley face? Is behind the beanstalk or infront?

 

Ask questions! This work sheet does not to be edited, the purpose is for you and your child to discuss the positions.

 

(Worksheets to look at will be attached on the school website and also on seesaw)

10 minutes

Thursday

LO: To draw objects with positional language instructions

Find work sheet attached on school website and seesaw. Seesaw gives you the option to edit the work sheet and send it to the teacher so she can mark and be proud of your children.

Complete worksheets on seesaw.

Children to follow instructions of where to draw objects. For e.g: Draw a flower in the put. Child to then draw a flower in the pot.

10 minutes

 

Science – understanding of the world

 

Friday

L.O: to show a care and concern for the environment.

 

Starter: Show your child a picture of a labelled plant and discuss the features.

Explain that plants need sun and water to grow. How we need to eat our dinners to grow it’s the same for plants.

Talk your child about how the plant grows. Look at the example of the cycle also.

 

Task: Go into your front of back garden and look for what plans you can see.

 

Go back inside and draw a picture of what you saw. Parents to take a picture of the drawing and upload onto seesaw so teachers can see and mark.

15mins

 

Daily practice for name writing

 

Daily Name Writing

Can all children practice writing their names out every day.

Parents to write out the child’s name first so children can copy.

 

Can I remind parents’ names should be written with one Capital letter at the start and the rest lower case.

 

For example: Miss Pervez

5 minutes

 

Thank you for your support. Take care and stay safe

Miss Pervez

LITERACY Learning Videos for week beginning 11.1.21

Date: 10th Jan 2021 @ 2:08pm

Click below on the days learning that you need.

MONDAY 11th January 2021

https://youtu.be/NIbhzBNcrrA

 

TUESDAY 12th January 2021

https://youtu.be/WL8Z69U8lxI

 

WEDNESDAY 13th January 2021

https://youtu.be/rFH_iVghgQw

 

THURSDAY 14th January 2021

https://youtu.be/5USy8s3dfp0

 

FRIDAY 15th January 2021

https://youtu.be/xFaKBA4B0X0

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