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Hawk Class   Home Learning   7.12.20

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

English

English

Topic

English

RE

Maths

Science

Maths

Topic

Maths

Art/DT

Food Technology

PE

PSHE

Life Skills

Choose the work that is appropriate for the ability of your child.

Monday

English

 

LO: To be able to spell Common Exception words.

 

Starter

We are practising spelling common exception words. This do not follow the usual spelling rules so they need to be learned by sight. Use the Look, cover, write and check sheet to practise the spellings.

 

Activities

Print out the Look, Say, Cover, Write and Check sheet to practise the spellings below.

 

Lower ability – the, a, do, to, today, of, said, says, are, were, was.

Middle and higher ability - find, mind, behind, old, cold, gold, hold, told, every, everybody.

 

Maths

 

LO: To begin to understand multiplication

 

Starter

The children are learning how to use repeated addition to add groups of objects together. They will then learn how to write the repeated addition number sentence as a multiplication.

 

Share the Power Point multiplication with the children. Check they know how many groups of objects there are and how many objects there are in each group. You can use Lego, pencils or other small toys to make the groups to help your child.

 

Then try the activity below.

 

Activities

Lower ability – Number shape multiplication

Middle ability – Building Bricks multiplication

Higher ability – Multiplication

 

Art and DT

 

LO: To be able to use a range of skills to make Christmas decorations.

 

Starter

Below there are some Christmas craft activities which will enable your child to practice their designing and making skills. You can choose any of the activities.

 

Activities

All abilities

  • Paper Angel craft template and instructions
  • Reindeer tube craft
  • Christmas headbands

 

Tuesday

English

 

LO: To be able to use a capital letter and a full stop in sentences.

 

Starter

Share the Capital Letters and Full Stops Power Point with your child. Work through each example ensuring they understand how and when to use a capital letter and a full stop. Print out the relevant sheet and check your child understands how to complete it.

 

Activities

Lower Ability – Writing Super Sentences – print out sheet 1

Middle Ability - Writing Super Sentences – print out sheet 2

Higher Ability – Writing Super Sentences – print out sheet 3

 

Science

 

LO: To carry out an experiment

 

Starter

Below you will find a range of experiments that can be done with food.  Choose the experiment that interest your child and support them in carrying it out. Encourage them to use their observational skills to explain what they think is happening.

 

Activities

All abilities

  • Egg white and yolk science experiment
  • Fireworks in a glass experiment
  • Magic potions science experiment

 

Food Technology

 

LO: To be able to weigh out ingredients accurately

 

Starter

The festive season is nearly here. Today we are going to make some reindeer biscuits. Your child will learn how to weigh, combined ingredients and roll out dough.  You can find the recipe sheet in the resources.

 

Activities

Lower ability – Support your child with the reading of the recipe and the weighting out of ingredients.

Middle ability – Encourage your child to read the recipe and follow the instructions. They may need help with weighing the ingredients.

Higher ability – Encourage your child to read the recipe and follow the instructions taking care to weigh the ingredients carefully.

 

Wednesday

History

 

LO: To understand why children were evacuated during the war.

 

Starter

Our History topic this term World War 2. We are going to find out more about why children were evacuated during the war.

 

Share the Evacuation Power Point with your child and discuss the affects evacuation may have had on the children. How would they have felt if they had to leave their parents? Then complete the activity below. You have an Evacuee Suitcase Information Sheet to help you.

 

Activities

Lower Ability – As middle and higher ability but use the CIP sheets to help with the writing of the labels.

Middle and higher ability – Print out the evacuee suitcase sheet. Use the information sheet to research what children needed to pack when they were evacuated. Draw and label the items on the sheet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths

 

LO: To know the times tables

 

Starter

We are trying to improve our mental calculation skills. We are learning our times tables to help with this. The following games will make this a fun way to learn them. Click on the link and open up the game. Click on the X truck.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train. Then select the appropriate level for your child.

Activities

Lower Ability – x 2

Middle Ability – mixed tables 2, 5 and 10

Higher Ability – mixed tables 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10

 

PE

 

LO: To practise coordination and balance.

 

Starter

The following video is a fitness version of the 12 days of Christmas. This involves arm and leg movements. If your child is unable to do the leg movements. They can join in by doing the arm movements. This will help them develop control and coordination.

 

You can find the video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLMKfA0r4i4&feature=youtu.be

 

Activities

All abilities

 

Thursday

English

 

LO: To be able to retell the Christmas story

 

Starter

Recap on the Christian Christmas nativity story by sharing the Nativity Power Point.

 

Activities

Lower ability – match the labels to the correct part of the nativity scene.

Middle ability – cut out the pictures and stick them in the correct order so the story makes sense. 

Higher ability – write a sentence for each picture. Don’t forget to use a capital letter and a full stop.

 

 

History

 

LO: To begin to understand why food was rationed during the war.

 

Starter

Share the Power Point Rationing with your child and discuss why it was necessary to ration food during the war. Next look at the appropriate level Rationing Information Sheet and read through with your child. Then look at the questions and encourage them to answer them verbally.

 

Activities

 

Very Easy – Print out the Rationing Information Sheet CIP version and the Comprehension Questions CIP version.

Lower Ability – Print out sheet 1 and 2 of the Rationing Information Sheet and sheet 1 of Rationing Comprehension Questions.

Middle Ability – Print out sheet 3 and 4 of the Rationing Information Sheet and sheet 2 of Rationing Comprehension Questions.

Higher Ability – Print out sheet 5 and 6 of the Rationing Information Sheet and sheet 3 of Rationing Comprehension Questions.

 

PSHE

 

LO: To have strategies to manage my feelings

 

Starter

We have been learning about our feelings and how these feelings can be put into different categories. Please see the Zones of Regulation Poster for further information. The activity below enables your child to select a feeling and think about what strategies they could use that would be helpful in managing this feeling.

 

Activities

All abilities

 

Printout the If I’m Feeling sheet and support your child in choosing a feeling and strategies to help them. Cut out the pictures and stick them on the sheet provided.

 

Friday

RE

 

LO: To understand the story of Diwali

 

Starter

Diwali is an important Hindu holiday which celebrates New Year. Share the Power Point with your child and find out how New Year is celebrated. Then try the activity.

 

Activities

Lower Ability – Choose one of the Rangoli Patterns to colour in.

Middle Ability – Diwali Word-search

Higher Ability – Diwali Crossword

 

Maths

 

LO: To know the times tables

 

Starter

We are continuing to improve our mental calculation skills. We are learning our times tables. Click on the link below to practice the times tables then complete the activities below.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train. Then select the appropriate level for your child (See Thursday’s maths).

 

Activities

Lower Ability – Print out sheet 1 colour by 2s multiplication.

Middle Ability – Print out sheet 4 Colour by2s, 5s and 10s multiplication.

Higher Ability – Print out sheet 1 Colour by multiplication sheet.

 

Life Skills

 

LO: To be able to read the time on an analogue clock

 

Starter

We have been learning how to read the time to O’clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past the hour. Your child can practise telling the time using this interactive game by following this link https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling_the_time#

 

Activities

Lower Ability – Reading the time to the hour and half hour.

Middle Ability – Reading the time to the hour, half hour and quarter hour.

Higher Ability – Reading the time to the nearest five minutes.  

Challenge: Reading time to the nearest minute.

 

 

 

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