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W/C Monday 28th June 2021

In English this week we will be looking back at the features of Non-Chronological Reports.

We will be reading ‘The Hodgeheg’ By Dick King-Smith and then researching and writing a report about Hedgehogs. Please see the links below:

Unit - Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

How to write a non-chronological report - BBC Teach

How to write a report - BBC Bitesize

How the changing seasons affect hedgehogs - KS1 Science - BBC Bitesize

Hedgehog Facts! | National Geographic Kids (natgeokids.com)

 

In Maths this week we will be problem solving with Shape. Please see the links below:

Year 1 – To solve practical problems involving the properties of 2D and 3D shapes

To describe and classify 2D shapes (thenational.academy)

To describe and classify 3D shapes (thenational.academy)

Identifying shapes by the number of vertices and sides (thenational.academy)

 

Year 2 – To solve practical problems involving drawing 2D shapes and symmetry

Symmetry - KS1 Maths - BBC Bitesize

Recognising lines of symmetry within 2-D shapes (thenational.academy)

Draw 2D shapes - Year 3 - P4 - Maths - Home Learning with BBC Bitesize - BBC Bitesize

 

In Science this week we will be continuing our unit on Animals including Humans. Please see the links below:

Year 1 – Comparing Animals

Animals - KS1 Science - BBC Bitesize

What is the difference between an invertebrate and a vertebrate? (thenational.academy)

What are the differences between mammals and birds? (thenational.academy)

Year 1: Animals, including humans | STEM

Year 2 – Beach and Coastal Habitats

What is a habitat? (thenational.academy)

What is a coastal habitat? - BBC Bitesize

 

In RE this week we will be looking at Old Testament stories and Parables. Please see the link below:

Children's Old Testament Stories (biblesnet.com)

The Parable of the Two Builders - Bing video

 

In History we will be continuing our unit on Significant People. The children voted to find out about Sir David Attenborough. Please see the links below:

Significant people - KS1 History - BBC Bitesize

Who was Mary Seacole? - BBC Bitesize

Mary Seacole - BBC Teach

Mary Seacole Facts for Kids | National Geographic Kids (natgeokids.com)

 

In D&T this week we will be continuing our unit on Food by exploring food from around the world and making pizza. Please see the links below:

Where do our fruit and vegetables come from? (thenational.academy)

Where food comes from - KS1 Design and Technology - BBC Bitesize

Food groups - KS1 Design and Technology - BBC Bitesize

Cooking - KS1 Design and Technology - BBC Bitesize

 

Some more links to explore:

PE - Cosmic Kids Yoga - YouTube

Music - Tempo, Dynamics, Timbre - Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

Phonics - PhonicsPlay

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