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20/7/20- This week we will be continuing to look at minibeasts and focusing on bees. We will be looking at the life cycle of a bee and why bees are so important. There is a link to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust where you can find lots of information and activities and an animated story called 'Save The Bees'. There are also clips about bees below that you can watch under the section- 'All About Bees.' There are also lots of crafts and creative ideas to complete in our minibeast and summer craft section.


The maths for this week can be found below- we will be revisiting addition and subtraction as well as looking ordering our daily routines.


We have also added an 'All About Me' booklet for you to complete for your Year 1 teacher. You can write all about you, what you like to do, your memories of this year and wishes for year 1.

Complete the 'All About Me' booklet, take photos  and send them to us via our email address. We will forward them on to your next class teacher :)




All About Me- for your Year 1 teacher

W/B- 13/7/20

This week we are going to exploring ladybirds and doing lots more Summer/minibeast craft. We are going to read the stories 'The Bad Tempered Ladybird' and 'What the Ladybird heard.' We are going to learn more about ladybirds and their life cycle. We have added lots more clips to videos and the stories along with crafts and life cycle activities.

There is also a minibeast sorting activity where the children can look at the minibeasts and decide how they want to group them and some writing activities about their favourite and least favourite minibeast.

In maths we are going to be exploring number bonds to 10 and trying to find and write all of them and sequencing numbers. 

Please find the link below to the daily maths lessons by White Rose and the daily phonics lessons.

We hope you have a fun week learning lots more about minibeasts smiley


W/B- 6.7.20

This week we are going to be exploring Eric Carle's story 'The Very Busy Spider.' You can find the link to the story and animated video below.

We have added lots of activities relating to spiders as well as other minibeasts. You could also retell the story verbally, acting it out, using pictures or writing sentences. Or you could write about which part of the story was your favourite.


We are going to be exploring teen number in maths. Daily maths White Rose lessons are available. The link to these and the daily phonics lessons can be found below.


Please choose which activities you would like to do. In school we are completing many of our summer, nature and minibeasts crafts and activities over the new few weeks. We have uploaded them so you can do them at home too smiley


W/B- 29.6.20 This week we are going to be reading Eric Carle- 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar.' We will be looking at the life cyle of a butterfly, looking at other minibeasts and doing lots of crafts. There are lot of activities and ideas below to do at home, choose which ones you would like do smiley


You might already have The Very Hungry Caterpillar at home to read. If not, there is a link below to Eric Carle himself reading it.

Links to stories read online:

Below you will find links to videos, fact files, information and games where you can learn about minibeasts.

Why not go into your garden and see what you can find?

What types of minibeasts can you see?


Here are some activities you could do at home:

  • Write a list of minibeasts you can find
  • Go on a minibeast hunt (resources for this below)
  • Write about a minibeast. What do you know about them? What new facts have you learnt?
  • Draw the lifecycle of a butterfly or other minibeasts

Write about your favourite and least favourite minibeast. Draw it, write why and write where you will find them. Maybe you could. find out more about it using our clips

Here are some minibeast fact cards. Why not write your own?

Minibeast labelling activity

Minibeast sorting. Sort the minibeasts into different groups. How are you going to sort them? Legs/no legs, 6 legs/8 legs, wings/no wings. Can they tell you how they have sorted them?

All about Ladybirds

Read 'What the Ladybird Heard' and create your own map from the story. You could even design your own minibeast map

All about Bees

Create your own spider book to show what you have learnt about spiders and their life cycle

Life cycle of a Ladybird- See picture below

Life cycle craft- butterfly, spider, bee

Use white rice-eggs, Rice Krispies cereal-larva, pasta-pupa and beans-adult bee


We are revisiting cvc words and learning phase 3 sounds. These daily lessons are a great way to revise and learn sounds and apply them in both reading and writing. If you haven't looked at these yet, you can catch up on the previous lessons on the YouTube channel.


We have also uploaded the full set of key words and a key words game which is on the Phonics page



W/b 20/7/20- In this last week of term we are going to be thinking about daily routines and revisiting addition and subtraction. 

  • Add objects in your house/garden by counting how many there are altogether
  • Ask your child to take away an amount of objects from a group of toys and count how many are left
  • Routines- talk about what you have been doing at home and put the events in order. Why not draw pictures to show your daily routine?
  • Addition and subtraction activities added below


W/b 13//7/20- This week we are going to be revisiting sequencing and ordering numbers to 20.

  • Use your number cards to order numbers from 0-20 and 20-0 (new numbers cards can be found below)
  • We are going to be exploring making number bonds to 10- use objects to find out how many different ways you make ten. Write these number sentences e.g. 3+7=10
  • play number bonds to 10 game- instant recall or make number sentences using the online tens frame
  • number bonds activities below



W/b- 6/7/20 This week we are learning about teen numbers.

  • Make teen numbers using objects
  • Get a group of objects from 10-20 and write the number of objects you have
  • sing the teen numbers song
  • activities below- representing teen numbers
  • order and write numbers from 10-20
  • Play 'Guess my number' (resource below)- using vocabulary such as more, less, between, odd and even try to guess the number someone else is thinking of. 
  • Watch Numberblocks series 3 and 4 on BBC IPlayer




W/b- 29/6/20 This week in maths we are going to be looking at halves and odd and even numbers.


Here are some activities you could do at home:

  • Read the 'Give Me Half' Story and talk about what half means (link to the story can be found below)
  • Half objects by sharing them
  • Name 2d shapes and half them by cutting them
  • Half food by cutting it, with an adult. For example: sandwiches, fruit, chocolate, cake, vegetables.
  • Odd and even number- sharing between two to find out if it fair (even) or not (odd)
  • Go on a walk and spot odd and even numbers on houses

Shapes to half by cutting

White Rose are continuing to provide daily maths lessons to support with home learning.

This weeks activities are based on the story ‘Oliver’s Vegetables.’

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