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Home Learning - Week Beginning 29.6.20

Home Learning - Week Beginning 29.6.20

It was so lovely to see some of your faces next week. You have grown so much and we can tell that you have worked hard at home!

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Message from Miss Knight

#ChiltonHeroes, The pictures and videos that you are sending in are fabulous, thank you. This week we continue to challenge you in Olympic events!

You will be an Olympian! Choose your country and participate in the event using your imagination! I cannot wait for these pictures and videos  The Olympic Challenges this week are:

Karate

https://tokyo2020.org/en/news/videos/one-minute-one-sport-karate

Canoe Slalom

https://tokyo2020.org/en/news/videos/one-minute-one-sport-canoe

Have a look at the links to give you some ideas! Look out for my video next week! Good luck! Please continue to send them to emma.knight@chitonprimary.co.uk

Miss Knight

 

Monday

Good morning reception! We hope you have all enjoyed your weekend. We have really enjoyed receiving pictures over the week so please, keep sending them in!

Here are just some of your pictures sent in to us!

Phonics

Our phonic lessons will be slightly different from this week. There will be a Yellow Chilli challenge, which will follow the Read Write Inc online programme that we have been doing on the blogs and the Red Chilli Challenge, which will take form of a classroom lesson.

Yellow chilli:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Today (29.6.20) the video will be focusing on the sound ‘v’.

After practising writing the sound in your book, please then recap writing the sounds ‘j’ and ‘r’ just as we did last term.

Now can you try writing these three words?

‘Vet’ ‘van’ ‘veg’

If you need help with how to say the sounds follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkXcabDUg7Q

Red Chilli

Say the sounds on the flash cards (homemade ones are just as great!) practice about ten of your sounds.

Your sound today is ‘v’ say ‘v, v, vulture’

Now practice writing the sound ‘v’ until you are confident in forming the sound. As you write it you can say the rhyme to help; down the wing, up the wing.

We are now going to read, hold and write a sentence.

Read the sentence:

He has veg in his van.

(‘He’ is red word: red words (tricky words), are difficult to blend but are key words they need to read and access texts eg. the, said, your).

Take it in turns to say the sentence to your adult and your adult to you. We usually do this 2-4 times each.

We need to start our sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end. Use your signs when saying the sentence again to your adult.

Now watch your adult write the sentence, make sure you help them!

It is your turn. Write the sentence down in your book.

Read your sentence out loud to your adult.

Well done! Great writing.

Writing task.

This week we will be working towards making our own pirate story!

First, we need to think of a name for our main pirate character. Think about what your pirate will wear, what does he look like, how long has he been a pirate for? Draw your character and remember to label as much about your character as you can! This will help us when we write our story.

Maths Let’s start by counting in 2’s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyCr0IgbYcI

We are going to add today! There is a PDF with the learning on ready for you.

 

Topic

We are going to make a sea sensory bottle, capturing what pirates love to see!

You do not need to use the gel she does in the video you can use baby oil or PVA glue, but it works just as well with water by it’s self. Use things such as stones, sand, bits of bark or wood and get creative! Video on how to make one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7zp7KbxbKY-video

Pictures of what yours could look like:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fhappytoddlerplaytime.com%2Focean-sensory-bottle%2F&psig=AOvVaw2NlHNgnUea3jPFx65L7ob2&ust=1593122296935000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAMQjB1qFwoTCJCJm5C6m-oCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAD

 

Tuesday

Good morning reception. We hope you’re having a lovely week so far, here is your learning:

Phonics

Our phonic lessons will be slightly different from this week. There will be a Yellow Chilli challenge, which will follow the Read Write Inc online programme that we have been doing on the blogs and the Red Chilli Challenge, which will take form of a classroom lesson.

Yellow chilli:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Today (30.6.20) the video will be focusing on the sound ‘y’.

After practising writing the sound in your book, please then recap writing the sounds ‘v’ and ‘j’ just as we did last term.

Now can you try writing these three words?

‘yet’ ‘yap’ ‘yes’

If you need help with how to say the sounds follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkXcabDUg7Q

Red Chilli

Say the sounds on the flash cards (homemade ones are just as great!) practice about ten of your sounds.

Your sound today is ‘y’ say ‘y, y, yak’

Now practice writing the sound ‘y’ until you are confident in forming the sound. As you write it you can say the rhyme to help; down a horn, up a horn and under his head.

We are now going to read, hold and write a sentence.

Read the sentence:

He has not got it yet.

(‘He’ is red word: red words (tricky words), are difficult to blend but are key words they need to read and access texts eg. the, said, your).

Take it in turns to say the sentence to your adult and your adult to you. We usually do this 2-4 times each.

We need to start our sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end. Use your signs when saying the sentence again to your adult.

Now watch your adult write the sentence, make sure you help them!

It is your turn. Write the sentence down in your book.

Read your sentence out loud to your adult.

Well done! Great writing.

Writing task.

This week we will be working towards making our own pirate story!

Yesterday you thought of a pirate character for your story. Today you are going to think of the ship your pirate sails on. Your pirate’s ship needs a name such as ‘The Dolly’ or ‘Mermaids haven’ and we need to know what it looks like. Draw your ship and label it, this will help us to write our story!

Maths

Let’s start by counting in 2’s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyCr0IgbYcI

We are going to add today! There is a PDF with the learning on ready for you.

Topic

Turn your handprint into a colourful parrot by making the thumb the head by adding a beak and eye and making the fingers the brightly-coloured feathers. Explore different textures of ‘paint’ by adding sand to paint, mixing paint with shaving foam and PVA (stays puffy when dried), mixing glitter with paint or mixing talcum powder with paint. For an added olfactory element put a few drops of scents like lemon, mint or strawberry essence in the corresponding paints. Here is a link for inspiration. https://cdn.coffeecupsandcrayons.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/parrot-handprint-art-keepsake.jpg

 

Wednesday

Happy Wednesday reception! Here is your learning for today:

Phonics

Our phonic lessons will be slightly different from this week. There will be a Yellow Chilli challenge, which will follow the Read Write Inc online programme that we have been doing on the blogs and the Red Chilli Challenge, which will take form of a classroom lesson.

Yellow chilli:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Today (1.7.20) the video will be focusing on the sound ‘w’.

After practicing writing the sound in your book, please then recap writing the sounds ‘y’ and ‘v’ just as we did last term.

Now can you try writing these three words?

‘wet’ ‘win’ ‘wig’

If you need help with how to say the sounds follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkXcabDUg7Q

Red Chilli

Say the sounds on the flash cards (homemade ones are just as great!) practice about ten of your sounds.

Your sound today is ‘w’ say ‘w, w, worm’

Now practice writing the sound ‘w’ until you are confident in forming the sound. As you write it you can say the rhyme to help; down the worm, up the worm, down the worm, up the worm.

We are now going to read, hold and write a sentence.

Read the sentence:

I will win.

(‘I’ is red word: red words (tricky words), are difficult to blend but are key words they need to read and access texts eg. the, said, your).

Take it in turns to say the sentence to your adult and your adult to you. We usually do this 2-4 times each.

We need to start our sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end. Use your signs when saying the sentence again to your adult.

Now watch your adult write the sentence, make sure you help them!

It is your turn. Write the sentence down in your book.

Read your sentence out loud to your adult.

Well done! Great writing.

Writing task.

This week we will be working towards making our own pirate story!

Today you are going to think of another pirate, who is going to be nasty and try and steal your treasure. What does he look like? What is his name? Why is he so mean?

On Friday we will be using a story guide to help us write a story about a pirate. The title is ‘The treasure hunt goes wrong!’ Remember the more description you have used this week, will make your story more exiting!

 

 

Maths

Here are some addition chllenges today, try the green first and move onto the orange and red if you feel confident.

 

Topic

We are going to learn a pirate song today. Follow the actions and sing long me hearties! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QVfVIcW1alo

Thursday

It’s throwback Thursday again reception, find something you like to listen t or maybe some pirate music to inspire your learning! Here is your learning for today:

Phonics

Our phonic lessons will be slightly different from this week. There will be a Yellow Chilli challenge, which will follow the Read Write Inc online programme that we have been doing on the blogs and the Red Chilli Challenge, which will take form of a classroom lesson.

Yellow chilli:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Today (2.7.20) the video will be focusing on the sound ‘z’.

After practicing writing the sound in your book, please then recap writing the sounds ‘w’ and ‘y’ just as we did last term.

Now can you try writing these three words?

‘zig’ ‘zip’ ‘zoo’

If you need help with how to say the sounds follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkXcabDUg7Q

Red Chilli

Say the sounds on the flash cards (homemade ones are just as great!) practice about ten of your sounds.

Your sound today is ‘z’ say ‘z, z, zip’

Now practice writing the sound ‘z’ until you are confident in forming the sound. As you write it you can say the rhyme to help; zig, zag, zig.

We are now going to read, hold and write a sentence.

Read the sentence:

I did my zip.

(‘I’ and ‘my’ are red word: red words (tricky words), are difficult to blend but are key words they need to read and access texts eg. the, said, your).

Take it in turns to say the sentence to your adult and your adult to you. We usually do this 2-4 times each.

We need to start our sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end. Use your signs when saying the sentence again to your adult.

Now watch your adult write the sentence, make sure you help them!

It is your turn. Write the sentence down in your book.

Read your sentence out loud to your adult.

Well done! Great writing.

Writing task.

This week we will be working towards making our own pirate story!

We are going to think about what we have learnt already about pirate’s treasure. Today you are going to think about what is in the treasure chest. Draw a picture and label what makes the treasure so desirable to your pirate.

 

Maths

We are learning addition today. There is a PDF attached for you.

 

 

Topic

Today we are going to bury treasure in sand! Get a small tub and fill it with sand, dirt or flour. This will be your sand. Now find a few objects to put in your sand, to make it trickier, get your adult to put them in the sand. Then feel around the sand to find the treasure, but guess what it is before you pull it out! If you guess right you get to put it in your treasure chest!

 

Friday

Good morning reception, we hope you have all had a wonderful week and have been enjoying your learning!

 

Phonics

Our phonic lessons will be slightly different from this week. There will be a Yellow Chilli challenge, which will follow the Read Write Inc online programme that we have been doing on the blogs and the Red Chilli Challenge, which will take form of a classroom lesson.

Yellow chilli:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Today (3.7.20) the video will be focusing on the sound ‘x’.

After practicing writing the sound in your book, please then recap writing the sounds ‘z’ and ‘w’ just as we did last term.

If you need help with how to say the sounds follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkXcabDUg7Q

Red Chilli

Say the sounds on the flash cards (homemade ones are just as great!) practice about ten of your sounds.

Your sound today is ‘x’ say ‘x, x, exercise.’

Now practice writing the sound ‘x’ until you are confident in forming the sound. As you write it you can say the rhyme to help: down the arm and leg, repeat the other side.

We are now going to read, hold and write a sentence.

Read the sentence:

I had an X-ray.

(‘I’ is a red word: red words (tricky words), are difficult to blend but are key words they need to read and access texts eg. the, said, your).

Take it in turns to say the sentence to your adult and your adult to you. We usually do this 2-4 times each.

We need to start our sentence with a capital letter and put a full stop at the end. Use your signs when saying the sentence again to your adult.

Now watch your adult write the sentence, make sure you help them!

It is your turn. Write the sentence down in your book.

Read your sentence out loud to your adult.

Well done! Great writing.

Writing task.

This week we have been deciding on characters and describing parts of our story. Today you are going to write your story. There is a guide to help you, but you can try your own if you like:

The Treasure hunt goes wrong

A long, long time ago, a pirate named __________________ travelled the seas. He wore _______________________________________________ and was __________________________________. His ship was called _______________________ and he loved hunting for treasure. He wanted to find a treasure chest that no one had ever found before. It was on an island in the Caribbean! On his way his parrot named ______________ who was _______________________ squawked “we are off to find the treasure!” The captain spotted the island and got his crew ready to dig for the treasure. As they entered the island they saw another pirate named ____________________________. He was a _____________________ pirate and wore____________________________________. He was there to take the treasure. The two pirates and their crews dug holes all around the island looking for treasure, until the parrot squawked “we’ve found it!” With that, the two pirates pulled at the treasure chest, trying to snatch it from each other. They tugged and tugged until….. CRACK. The treasure chest broke in half and spread all over the floor. There where________(things you wrote for inside your treasure chest)______________________________________________________________. Suddenly, the parrot squawked “look there is two of everything!” The pirates agreed to share the treasure equally and became good friends, sailing the sea together hoping to find more treasure to share.

 

Maths

We are learning how to add using a number line today. There is a PDF attached for you.

 

Topic

See if you can dance and sing along to this pirate song! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8ju_10NkGY

 

 

 

 

 

Other activities you may want to include in your day: Phonics Play- https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ - A fantastic website which has become free during this time.

Username: march20 Password: home Oxford Owl - https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/# (Free reading books) Cosmic kids- https://www.cosmickids.com/ (Yoga, mindfulness and stories). Go Noodle- https://www.youtube.com/user/GoNoodleGames (Smart Bodies). Jo Wicks- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8 (9am P.E sessions daily) Just Dance- https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=just+dance (Smart Bodies) Top Marks - Maths Games - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=counting (Counting) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?AgeGroup=1 (Adding) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?AgeGroup=1 (Subtracting) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?AgeGroup=1 (Shape)

Youtube – Maths songs – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDQDyx59QY4 (2D Shapes) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D4K9oi7oBM (Counting songs) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvTcpfSnOMQ&t=18s (Counting in 2s) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ftati8iGQcs (Counting in 10s)

Youtube – Number Jacks – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWKuiktSh-V3E4ysPU0VC3Q Twinkl - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/ (A huge selection of free resources) Audible - https://stories.audible.com/discovery (Providing some free stories)

Reminder:

Make sure you have lots of time for play and talk as this is just as important as the learning. Please email if you have any questions or would like further support. elaine.miles@chiltonprimary.co.uk emma.dudley-smith@chiltonprimary.co.uk

Happy home learning!

Contact Us

Correspondence for the Headteacher:

Mrs Kate Law
c/o Chilton Primary School,
Chilton Lane,
Ramsgate,
Kent. CT11 0LQ

Contact the school office on:
01843 597695
or by fax on:
01843 852872

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