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Home Learning in the event of your child or class having to self-isolate

Should your child need to isolate, home learning will be provided by their class teacher.

Should your child's class need to isolate, online live lessons or teaching videos will be arranged by your child's class teacher. You will be contacted by telephone or via the schools Weduc app with further information.

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Virtual Transition Week 06.7.20


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 Home Learning 29.6.20


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 Home Learning 22.6.20


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 Home Learning 15.6.20


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 Home Learning 8.6.20


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 Home Learning 1.6.20


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Home Learning 25.5.20

  

Home Learning 18.5.20

 All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.  

Day

Writing/ Reading

Phonics/ Spelling

Maths

Wider Curriculum

 Monday

Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear

Our book this week is...Season Swap

You can find it on Oxford Owl

This week’s spellings are… suffixes

gardening

planting

painting

running,       tapping

skipping,     ,jumping

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/

z8mxrwx/articles/zwgbcwx

 

This week we are learning to:       Use jottings to solve addition calculations.

Lesson 1: Adding a 2-digit number to a tens number.

Have a look at my example below

 Now it’s your turn to have a go.

23 + 10 =   64 + 10 =   17 + 20 =   35 + 30 = Copy these and solve them using Base 10 jottings like above.

 

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

 Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube 

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read a book or be read to

 

 

 

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

Today we are going to answer some questions about our book. Copy the question into your book and write the answer underneath.

  • Why is it Winter in Australia when it is Summer in the UK?
  • What happens to the days in Spring?  What is Sadeh?

Practise the spellings using:

look / cover / write / check

Pyramid spellings

Use different colours to write the word

Speed spelling – how many times

Lesson 2: Adding a 2-digit number to a 1-digit number.

Have a look at my example below

Now it’s your turn to have a go.

21+ 2 =   14 + 6 =   33 + 5 =   19 + 7 = Copy these and solve them using Base 10 jottings like above.

Wednesday

Make a list of activities you could do during each season in your home learning book.

 

I wonder which list would be the longest? Try and think of at least 3 activities for each

Practise the spellings using:

 

Lesson 3: Adding a 2-digit number to a 2-digit number.

Have a look at my example below

Now it’s your turn to have a go.

22+ 12 =   17 + 26 =   55 + 13 =   19 + 40 = Copy these and solve them using Base 10 jottings like above.

Thursday

Answer the following questions in your home learning book.

Which is your favourite season and why?

Which is your least favourite season and why?

Remember to use the word because in your answers!

Practise your spellings in a different way today and write a sentence for each word.

 

I love to sit in the garden and do some planting.  

Lesson 4: Solving addition problems using jottings.

  • Anna buys a banana for 21p and an apple for 7p. How much does she spend all together?
  • Crisps cost 20p and drinks cost 15p. What is the total?
  • Tanya had a ribbon that was 17cm long. Her friend’s ribbon is 14cm. What is the total length of both?
  • Mrs Pegg has 45 crayons and 29 felt tips. How many does she have all together?

No need to write out the questions just solve them using jottings.

Friday

Write a review of our book this week. Include:

Why did you like it?

What was your favourite part?

Did you learn anything new?

Email your review to your teacher! They would love to read it!

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

Lesson 5: Solving addition problems using jottings.

  • There are 7 cakes in a shop. The baker bakes 16 more. How many cakes are there now?
  • There are 23 flowers in a field. 19 more grow. How many flowers are there altogether?
  • I see 45 aliens. Another 28 arrive on a flying saucer. How many aliens have invaded Earth altogether?
  • I have 69 marbles. My friend gives me 25 more. How many marbles do I have now?
No need to write out the questions just solve them using jottings.

 Home Learning 11.5.20

 All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day

Writing/ Reading

Phonics/ Spelling

Maths

Wider Curriculum

 Monday

Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear

This week our story is…Paris Adventure

 

You can search for it on Oxford Owl

 

 This week’s spellings are…

kindly

happily

gently

quietly

quickly

luckily

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

This week in maths we are learning about:

Fact Families for addition & Subtraction.

 

Lesson 1: Fact Families addition and subtractions to 20.

Summer Term: (This week we are working in: week 3   w/c  4th  May)

Click on the link below to go to the maths videos & activities.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Watch the video. Then do the activity. Don’t forget to check your answers.

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

 Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube 

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read a book or be read to

 

 

 

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday

Create a story map of yesterday’s story. Include key words and pictures.

Practise the spellings using:

look / cover / write / check

  • Pyramid spellings
  • Use different colours to write the word

Speed spelling – how many times

can you write each word in 1 minute?

Lesson 2: Compare number sentences

Click on the link below to go to the maths videos & activities.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Watch the video. Then do the activity. Don’t forget to check your answers.

Wednesday

 Today you are going to answer some questions about our story.

 Copy each question and write the answer in your home learning book in your neatest handwriting.

Why did Biff have a picture of Paris?

Why was Biff not happy when the magic key took them on an adventure?

What question did Nadim ask the policeman?

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

 

https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/help-with-spelling-word-scramble/

 

 Lesson 3: Related Facts

Click on the link below to go to the maths videos & activities.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Watch the video. Then do the activity. Don’t forget to check your answers.

Thursday

Today we are thinking about questions. Remember! A question mark always goes at the end of a question.

 

Can you write three questions that you would like to ask Monsieur Eiffel if you met him?

Challenge: Start each of your questions with a different question word!

 Write each spelling word in a sentence

 

Lesson 4: Add and subtract ones

Click on the link below to go to the maths videos & activities.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Watch the video. Then do the activity. Don’t forget to check your answers.

Friday

Write the story in your own words using your story map to help you.

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

Lesson 5 : Recipe challenge

 

Click on the link below to go to the maths video & activities.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

Watch the video. Then do the activity. Don’t forget to check your answers.

Beachcombers

 

Dear Year 2,

Beachcombers is our Year 2 Topic for 5 weeks. You will need to do some work and research each week to build-up your knowledge. There are also some creative activities in Part 2 each week, which you can make and do with your family. Make sure you do Part 1 first and keep sending your work to your teachers.

Have fun and see you soon, From the Year 2 Team x

Useful Websites:

https://www.dkfindout.com

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5

Part 1

The United Kingdom is an island with a long, varied coastline. A physical feature is a feature that has occurred naturally.

Watch this clip:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Research the different physical features of a coastline and write down the names and definitions in your book.

Part 1

There are many habitats at the coast. A habitat is a place where an animal or plant lives.

Research Coastal habitats and Microhabitats.

 

 

https://www.wildlifetrusts.org

Find out as much as you can about habitats and make a poster about it.

Part 1

Animals that live on the coast have adaptations to allow them to survive.

Research the different animals and their adaptations.

Use the DK Find out website. Search:

Oystercatchers

Shore Crabs

Limpets

Seaweed

Draw pictures of the animals and label the different adaptations.

Part 1

A lot of waste is thrown away into the world’s seas and oceans. This is called pollution.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

Watch the clip and make a list of waste that can be harmful to living things.

All my learning

Now you have found out lots about the beaches, it is time for you to show off your learning J

You can choose what you want to create. Ideas could be:

· Project book

· Poster

·  Presentation on a video (no more than 2 minutes)

 Part 2Can you make your own artwork of a physical feature of a coastline and share it with your teacher by email.

 

Part 2

Make a game using paper and pens in your house. Use names and descriptions of habitats. Play the game with someone in your house.

Photograph your game and send it to your teacher.

Part 2

Make a poster for a coastal animal to why they should live in a habitat.

Put information about the habitat in the poster and explain why they would want to live there and email them to your teacher.

Part 2

Can you make an advert to make people stop and think about pollution and littering our beaches?

Use props of recycling to show what kind of litter is found.

Record your advert and email it to your teacher.

· A selection of photographs

·A non-chronological report

·A story about being on beach or meeting a sea creature or coastal animal.

A picture or drawing using labels.

 

Home Learning 04.5.20

 All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.  

Day

Writing/ Reading

Phonics/ Spelling

Maths

Wider Curriculum

 Monday

This week our book is called Minibeast poems. You can search for it on Oxford Owl.

 

Tell an adult or sibling which is your favourite poem and why and then write your reason in your home learning book. Remember to use the word because in your sentence!

Minibeast poems book

 This week’s spellings are…

https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/revision-of-phase-2-and-3-sounds/

busy

people

water

again

half

money

parents

 This week in maths we are learning about length.

Summer Term: Lesson 1 – compare lengths

 

Click on the link below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

First watch the video. Then click on ‘get the activity’.

Compare-lengths

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

 Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube 

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read a book or be read to

 

 

 

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year!

Tuesday

Choose your favourite poem and draw a picture of it. Then label your picture with lots of amazing  adjectives!

 

Remember you learnt all about adjectives in last week’s home learning.

 

Practise the spellings using:

look / cover / write / check

  • Pyramid spellings
  • Use different colours to write the word

Speed spelling – how many times

can you write each word in 1 minute?

 Lesson 2 – order lengths

Click on the link below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

First watch the video. Then click on ‘get the activity’.

Order lengths

Wednesday

Today we are going to think about words that rhyme. Remember rhyming words need to sound the same like cat, rat and mat.

Find five sets of rhyming words in the poems and write them in your home learning book. Then see if you can write another word which rhymes with each pair!

 

Here is a video link that will help you to learn about rhyming sounds in words.

 https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/3-phonics-fun-in-the-sun-more-digraph-practice/

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/help-with-spelling-word-scramble/

 

 Lesson 3 – four operations with lengths

 

Click on the link below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

First watch the video. Then click on ‘get the activity’

Four operations with lengths

Thursday

See how many words you can think of that rhyme with each of these words.

dog,

stone

whale

Write your lists of rhyming words in your home reading book and see which list is the longest.

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

 

Lesson 4 – problem solving

Click on the link below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/

First watch the video. Then click on ‘get the activity’

 

Problem Solving

Friday Bank Holiday

Beachcombers

 

Dear Year 2,

Beachcombers is our Year 2 Topic for 5 weeks. You will need to do some work and research each week to build-up your knowledge. There are also some creative activities in Part 2 each week, which you can make and do with your family. Make sure you do Part 1 first and keep sending your work to your teachers.

Have fun and see you soon, From the Year 2 Team x

Useful Websites:

https://www.dkfindout.com

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5

Part 1

The United Kingdom is an island with a long, varied coastline. A physical feature is a feature that has occurred naturally.

Watch this clip:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Research the different physical features of a coastline and write down the names and definitions in your book.

Part 1

There are many habitats at the coast. A habitat is a place where an animal or plant lives.

Research Coastal habitats and Microhabitats.

 

 

https://www.wildlifetrusts.org

Find out as much as you can about habitats and make a poster about it.

Part 1

Animals that live on the coast have adaptations to allow them to survive.

Research the different animals and their adaptations.

Use the DK Find out website. Search:

Oystercatchers

Shore Crabs

Limpets

Seaweed

Draw pictures of the animals and label the different adaptations.

Part 1

A lot of waste is thrown away into the world’s seas and oceans. This is called pollution.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

Watch the clip and make a list of waste that can be harmful to living things.

All my learning

Now you have found out lots about the beaches, it is time for you to show off your learning J

You can choose what you want to create. Ideas could be:

· Project book

· Poster

·  Presentation on a video (no more than 2 minutes)

 Part 2Can you make your own artwork of a physical feature of a coastline and share it with your teacher by email.

 

Part 2

Make a game using paper and pens in your house. Use names and descriptions of habitats. Play the game with someone in your house.

Photograph your game and send it to your teacher.

Part 2

Make a poster for a coastal animal to why they should live in a habitat.

Put information about the habitat in the poster and explain why they would want to live there and email them to your teacher.

Part 2

Can you make an advert to make people stop and think about pollution and littering our beaches?

Use props of recycling to show what kind of litter is found.

Record your advert and email it to your teacher.

· A selection of photographs

·A non-chronological report

·A story about being on beach or meeting a sea creature or coastal animal.

A picture or drawing using labels.

      Reading     

Below is a video that explains how to access our Reading platform where you can choose reading books for your child.

https://readon.myon.co.uk

Once you have chosen and read a book you can take the AR quiz for that book by clicking on the link below 

https://ukhosted17.renlearn.co.uk/2242463/default.aspx

 

Home Learning 27.4.20

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day

 

Writing/ Reading

 

Phonics/ Spelling

Maths

Wider Curriculum

Monday

 Listen to / read / watch a story online.  Retell the story to a parent, sibling or even a teddy bear

This week our story is…

The Magic Paintbrush by Liz Miles

 

You can search for it on

Oxford Owl or click below to read along on  YouTube

 https://www.youtube.com 

This week’s spellings are…

beautiful

father

sure

sugar

eye

who

whole

clothes

This week’s learning is about multiplication.

Lesson 1

Build the concept of units of 2 and count the number of groups of 2

 

Click on the web address below to access the lesson

https://www.ncetm.org.uk/

Then click on video lessons to access the daily videos.

Follow the above steps for each lesson.

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do our daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

Practise telling the time at different points of the day

 

 

 

 

Read a book or be read to

 

 

Practise your times tables on TT Rock Stars!

 

A daily quiz about the learning you have done this year!

Tuesday

Create a story map of yesterday’s story. Include key words and pictures.

 

Practise the spellings using:

 

look / cover / write / check

Pyramid spellings

Use different colours to write the word
Speed spelling – how many times can you write each word in 1 minute?

Lesson 2

 Count in twos and count on from a multiple of 2

 

Click on the web address below to access the lesson

https://www.ncetm.org.uk

Wednesday

Our focus for our writing this week is adjectives.  Remember an adjective is a describing word!

Can you find and copy into your home learning book 2 sentences with adjectives in?

Then can you find 2 sentences in the story where you could add an adjective and write the new sentences in your home learning book.

Challenge: Could you use an expanded noun phrase? Remember an expanded noun phrase is two adjectives with a comma in-between them.

Click on the link below for a video all about adjectives:

 https://youtu.be/0MpEDPizE-w 

 Practise your spellings in a different way today!

 

Click on the web address below 

 

https://offschool.org.uk

 

Lesson 3

Build the concept of units of 10 and count in tens

 

Click on the web address below to access the lesson

https://www.ncetm.org.uk

 

Thursday

Write 3 sentences about some fun things you and your family have done this week. Remember to include some amazing adjectives!

 

Challenge: See if all your sentences can start with a different word!

Write each spelling word in a sentence

  

 

Lesson 4

Count on from a multiple of 10 and identify the number of tens in a multiple of 10

 

Click on the web address below to access the lesson

https://www.ncetm.org.uk

Friday 

 Write the story in your own words using your story map to help you.

 Remember to include amazing adjectives!

 Send your story by email to your class teacher! We’d love to see it!

 Challenge: Do an AR quiz on the magic paintbrush story!

Quiz No: 231542

Get your parent or a sibling to test you on this week’s spellings!

 

You could email your teacher to tell them how you did!

 

Lesson 5

Build the concept of units of 5, count in fives and count on from a multiple of 5.

 

Click on the web address below to access the lesson

https://www.ncetm.org.uk 

 

Beachcombers

Dear Western Park Group,

Beachcombers is our Topic for 5 weeks. You will need to do some work and research each week to build-up your knowledge. There are also some creative activities in Part 2 each week, which you can make and do with your family. Make sure you do Part 1 first and keep sending your work to your teachers.

Have fun and see you soon, From Mrs Malyon x

Useful Websites:

https://www.dkfindout.com

 

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Part 1

The United Kingdom is an island with a long, varied coastline. A physical feature is a feature that has occurred naturally.

Watch this clip: bbc.co.uk/bitesize

https://www.dkfindout

Research the different physical features of a coastline and write down the names and definitions in your book.

Part 1

There are many habitats at the coast. A habitat is a place where an animal or plant lives.

Research Coastal habitats and Microhabitats.

https://www.wildlifetrusts

Find out as much as you can about habitats and make a poster about it.

Part 1

Animals that live on the coast have adaptations to allow them to survive.

Research the different animals and their adaptations.

Use the DK Find out website. Search:

Oystercatchers

Shore Crabs

Limpets

Seaweed

Draw pictures of the animals and label the different adaptations.

Part 1

A lot of waste is thrown away into the world’s seas and oceans. This is called pollution.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news

Watch the clip and make a list of waste that can be harmful to living things.

All my learning

Now you have found out lots about the beaches, it is time for you to show off your learning 

You can choose what you want to create.
Ideas could be:

    Project book   

Poster

Presentation on a video (no more than 2 minutes)

A selection of photographs

A non-chronological report

A story about being on beach or meeting a sea creature or coastal animal.

A picture or drawing using labels.

Part 2

Can you make your own artwork of a physical feature of a coastline and share it with your teacher by email.

Part 2

Make a game using paper and pens in your house. Use names and descriptions of habitats. Play the game with someone in your house.

Photograph your game and send it to your teacher.

Part 2

Make a poster for a coastal animal to why they should live in a habitat.

Put information about the habitat in the poster and explain why they would want to live there and email them to your teacher.

Part 2

Can you make an advert to make people stop and think about pollution and littering our beaches?

Use props of recycling to show what kind of litter is found.

Record your advert and email it to your teacher.

 

Easter Challenge Answers

You can tweet your score at @BFPSOfficial

 

Easter Challenge Activities

The Great BFPS Family Easter Quiz Challenge

 

Have fun as a family answering the Easter Quiz questions. There are 20 general knowledge questions and a picture round. When you have completed the quiz, email your answers back to your child’s class teacher at their home learning email address. If you have more than one child at the school, you can send your answers to all of their class teachers. Closing date for replies is Sunday 19th April 2020. If you are the brainiest family in your child’s class, you will receive an email from the teacher letting you know that you have won!

There are no prizes, just glory!

The answers will be posted in the Home Learning section of the school website on Monday 20th April 2020. We invite you to mark your own and join in our Twitter feed by telling us your score in the twitter comments! Get ready for the quiz by following Braunstone Frith Primary School on Twitter.

 Below are some suggestions if you are running out of entertainment ideas over the Easter holidays - Stay safe and have fun!

 

It is important that your child doesn't miss out on their education because of this closure. We have made every effort to ensure that your child can carry on learning and maintain their progress. To this end, your child has been sent home with a Home Learning Pack.

Inside each pack are home learning sheets with activities. These activities can be repeated on a daily basis. They can be recorded in the book or sheets provided as part of the pack. Year 6 children have been provided with past papers. There are also a list of websites that you can visit and programmes your children can watch.

The home learning books will be checked by the class teacher on your child's return to school.

Your child should be doing the following activities each day;

  • Reading / Spelling / Sight words
  • Practising their Times Tables 
  • A Writing activity
  • A Maths activity

Should you have any questions you can contact your child's class teacher using the email address for their year group. Emails will be responded to during working hours.

homelearningwp@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

 

 

Home Learning Activity Pack

Useful Websites

All can be found by typing into Google Search:

You can also use the following link which is a practise tool in the same style as the Multiplication Check children will take in June 

https://www.timestables.co.uk/multiplication-tables-check/

 

On-line safety

Please be aware that if your child is on-line they may be able to chat with other gamers or people that they have added as friends that they don’t actually know. All children have been taught how to report a concern either by telling a trusted adult or by clicking the report button on the CEOPS website;

https://www.ceop.police.uk/Safety-Centre/Should-I-make-a-report-to-CEOP-YP/

  

If you have serious concerns you can call the police on 999 or

childline on 0800 1111