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Year 1

On this page you will find all of the lessons/activities to complete, if you are having to learn from home. This includes Maths, English (writing) and Science for this half term. 
You can also access reading for pleasure either using reading materials at home, including school reading books or accessing e-books using previous log in details provided during the last academic year and we have also added some non-compulsory activities on our bingo board if your child wishes to access them. These include: P.E, PSHE, Art & Design, Music, Spelling and Maths.

 

 Please do not hesitate to email us via: year1@bellevue.cumbria.sch.uk if you have any questions - as always we are happy to help yes.

 

 

Please open the PDF below to access the links and see other resources below!

Spring 2 - Week 1

week commencing 21.2.22

Writing/Science

 

 Our topic this term in 'All about animals' This week we are learning all about amphibians.  Please follow the link below and watch the video all about amphibians.  Like last week, children will be creating their own report about amphibians. They can choose 3 or 4 questions from this selection to answer, and even add their own fascinating fact about amphibians! This can be presented on paper or the computer.

 

  • Where do they live?

 

  • What do they eat?

 

  • How do they move?

 

  • What do they look like?


We would also like children to include some technical vocabulary in their information writing and we have provided a word mat linked to amphibians to support children with this. 

 

Extension task (just if children wanted something extra) Can children choose their favourite amphibian and create an information sheet about it, following the same format.

 

Amphibians | Educational Video for Kids

Maths

Monday Order numbers within 50 video

Tuesday - Count in 2s activity (no worksheet)

Wednesday - Count in 2s

Week 2

week commencing 28.2.22

Writing/Science

 

 Our topic this term in 'All about animals' This week we are learning all about insects.  Please follow the link below and watch the video all about insects.  Like last week, children will be creating their own report about insects. They can choose 3 or 4 questions from this selection to answer, and even add their own fascinating fact about insects! This can be presented on paper or the computer.

 

  • Where do they live?

 

  • What do they eat?

 

  • How do they move?

 

  • What do they look like?


We would also like children to include some technical vocabulary in their information writing and we have provided a word mat linked to  insects to support children with this. 

 

Extension task (just if children wanted something extra) Can children choose their favourite insect and create an information sheet about it, following the same format.

Insects | Educational Videos for Kids

Maths
 

Monday - Reasoning & Problem Solving - Please support your child to answer these questions, using objects may help them!

Tuesday - End of unit assessment - This should be completed independently (an adult is only allowed to read the question out loud)

The children will now start learning the new unit: Length and height. Please follow the videos and worksheets below.

Wednesday - Compare lengths activity (no worksheet)

Thursday - Compare heights activity (no worksheet)

Friday - Compare lengths and heights

Week 3

week commencing 7.3.22

Writing/Science

 

 Our topic this term in 'All about animals' This week we are learning all about fish.  Please follow the link below and watch the video all about fish.  Like last week, children will be creating their own report about fish. They can choose 3 or 4 questions from this selection to answer, and even add their own fascinating fact about fish! This can be presented on paper or the computer.

 

  • Where do they live?

 

  • What do they eat?

 

  • How do they move?

 

  • What do they look like?


We would also like children to include some technical vocabulary in their information writing and we have provided a word mat linked to fish to support children with this. 

 

Extension task (just if children wanted something extra) Can children choose their favourite fish and create an information sheet about it, following the same format.

Fish | Educational Video for Kids.

Maths

Monday - Measure length activity (no worksheet)

Tuesday - Measure length

Wednesday - Introducing the ruler (no worksheet)

Thursday - Measure length

Friday - Adding lengths (no worksheet)

Week 4

week commencing 14.3.22

Writing/Science

 

 Our topic this term has been 'All about animals' This week we are consolidating all of our learning from the past 9 weeks and completing a 'signs of Spring' task (which the children have previously completed for Autumn and Winter).
Please engage with the following activities below to support this:

Activity 1: Can you sort the animals into the correct groups and create a poster explaining the 6 different classifications of animals? Use the poster example to give you some ideas!

Activity 2: Can you sort the animals into either omnivores, carnivores or herbivores? If you need help, you can remind yourselves by viewing the powerpoint below.

Activity 3: Creative activity: Use the worksheet and imagine you have a new pet.. Choose one of the words from each box to describe your pet and then draw a picture.

Activity 4: Please view the powerpoint and word mats below, choose your 4 favourite signs of Spring and create a labelled poster of these.

Maths

Monday - Adding lengths (no worksheet)

Tuesday - Please support your child to answer these reasoning and problem solving questions. Using objects may help!

Wednesday - End of unit assessment - This should be completed independently (adults can read the questions out loud)

The children will now start learning a new unit: Weight and volume. Please use the videos and worksheets provided below to support this.

Thursday - Introduce weight and mass activity (no worksheet)

Friday - Introduce weight and mass

Week 5

week commencing 21.3.22

Topic/History

 

For the last 2 weeks before half term, we are going to be learning a mini-topic all about Florence Nightingale. This will include cross-curricular links to:

  • History (historical figure and how hospitals/medicines have changed over time)
  • Geography (Florence's journey and continents and oceans)
  • Science (learning about our bodies and how we look after them).

Activity 1: Look at the powerpoint to learn all about who Florence Nightingale was. Fun fact- she was also known as the lady with a lamp!

Activity 3: Go through the powerpoint all about Victorian Hospitals, then complete the now and then hospital sorting activity.

Activity 4: Can you learn about health living/eating and label a human body with the correct body parts? Use the powerpoints to help you (if you need it!)

Optional activity: Can you recreate a 3D lamp like Florence would have used?

Maths

Monday - Measure mass

Tuesday - Compare mass

Wednesday - Mass problems

Thursday - Introducing capacity and volume activity (no worksheet)

Friday - Introducing capacity and volume

Week 6

week commencing 28.3.22

Topic/History continued

 

For the last 2 weeks before half term, we are going to be learning a mini-topic all about Florence Nightingale. This will include cross-curricular links to:

  • History (historical figure and how hospitals/medicines have changed over time)
  • Geography (Florence's journey and continents and oceans)
  • Science (learning about our bodies and how we look after them).

Activity 1: Can you learn about the timeline of Florence Nightingales life and complete the activity?

Activity 2: Use the powerpoint to learn all about the 7 continents of the world and complete the labelling activity.

Activity 3: Use the powerpoint to learn all about the 5 oceans of the world and complete the labelling activity.

Activity 4: We know that Florence travelled to Scutari to help wounded soldiers - can you plot her journey to Scutari onto a world map?

Maths

Monday - Measure capacity

Tuesday - Compare capacity

Wednesday - Please help your child to access the reasoning and problem solving questions. Using practical objects may help!

Thursday - End of unit assessment (independent-adults can read questions only)

Friday - we would like you to take the time to practise the 2 minute tests that can be found towards the top of this page. How many questions can you answer correctly in 2 minutes? 

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