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Underwood West Academy

A School in the Community, Working with the Community, For the Community

 

Nurture Group

 

 Can you write all the ell words? Can you write all the ill words? 

Now can you make some more ell or ill words? Go on have a g, you know you can do it? 

m  - - -   y - - -   p - - -   k - - -   ch - - -    sh - - -

 

Thinking about the story Aliens Love Underpants, I would like you to think of a setting for your alien. What can you see, hear, smell, touch, taste? Is it colourful, grey, fluffy, crunchy, smooth, loud, silent etc. Has their planet fallen out of the sky and landed somewhere else? It could be in space which is full of other planets or it could be a lonely planet floating around on its own.

Use this word map for some words you may need - 

sheet.pdfSpace mat.pdf

Let your imagination run free and remember, it can be different to what you've read in the story. Your planet could be a completely different shape!

 

 Numeracy

Can you work out these questions?

Add 8 and 2

What number could be next in the pattern? 16, 18, 20,  -  

5 - 2=

15 - 2= 

25 - 2=

6+2=

16+2=

26+2=

 

Have a go at this time telling game. We have played this in class as a group so be confident - you can do this!! https://www.helpfulgames.com/subjects/mathematics/tell-time.html#

Here is a worksheet that introduces you to quarter past while still including o'clock and half past.

oclock-half-past-and-quarter-past-to-times-activity-

Remember, quarter past means the minute hand has gone a 'quarter' of the way around the clock. The minute hand will point to the number 3.

I'm sure you will do your best! 

Have fun and I look forward to seeing your work.

 Take care.

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 25th of June

 Good Morning! It's going to be a hot one today so be careful if your going outside. Make sure you have a hat on and plenty of sun cream too!

 Numeracy 

 Some word problems to solve today. 

Add 7 and 1

Take away 1 from 5

The total of 8 and 1 is 

The difference  between 1 and 6 is 

What is the next number in this pattern 14.15.16.17, ?

What is the next number in this pattern 27, 26, 25, 24?

7-1=

17-1=

27-1=

___ - 1= 8 What do you think the first number is to make this correct? 

Numeracy

Have a go at the game below. Once you have clicked play, then select number 2, then make sure the tick is in the 12 hour box and the timed box. Then, off you go. You have 60 seconds (that's 1 minute) to get as many as you can. You can visit as often as you like to see if you can beat your record. We have completed analogue and digital at school and converted from each one. You were all fabulous! Do your best and have fun! 

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time

 

 Literacy

Can you read these words below? 

back   neck   tick   rock     kick   suck   sack   peck   sock

Now can you put the right letter in to make a word. Here is a clue  - the letter that needs to go in is a vowel  -

a, e i, o, u 

 

s - ck   s - ck   s - ck   b - ck   t - ck   p - ck   k - ck   n - ck   r - ck   l - ck  

Looking at the word UNDERPANTS, how many other words can you find with the letters of the word. For example - under, pants, and, tap.....

How many can you get? Let us know by sending us an email with your results.

Once you have done that, listen to the story again and make a note of how many nouns you can hear/see. Remember, nouns are the names of thing - alien, space, pants etc.

As always, have fun and a giggle along the way.

Here is the link for the story - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADnAGBWlzqE

Hello mums and dads this link is from YouTube so by opening you are giving your consent but we think the children will enjoy the story.

Have a lovely, safe day. 

Take Care

 

 

 

 

w  - - -      a - -      a - -      w - - -      a - -     s - - -     s - - -      f - - -     y - -      s - -

 

For today's work, can you design your own alien. It can be as wild and adventurous as your would like. Think about the eyes, nose, ears, arms, legs etc. They can have whatever you want them to have. If you need help, look back at the story and get ideas from the ones in there. I'm really looking forward to seeing them. Once you have designed him/her/it, can you think of as many adjectives as you can to describe them. You can always think about their appearance  (are they colourful, tall, short, have sparkling eyes) or their personality (are they shy, thoughtful, loud, funny, clumsy etc). I have also given you a character adjective word map to give  you a few ideas. 

Design-an-Alien-Activity-Sheet.pdf

Character-Adjective-Word-Mat.pdf

Maths

Some questions with some harder numbers 

9+4=    16+4=    7+4=    11+4=    15+4=    10+4=    13+4=    12+4=    14+4=    8+4=    6+4=    

 

12-5=    19-5=    13-5=    20-5=    10-5=    14-5=    16-5=    18-5=    11-5=    15-5=    17-5=

We are looking at time. Think about the important times of the school day. Can you list and label them?

Like this -

 7:00am - My alarm clock goes off.

8:00am - I start my work.

10:30am - I have a break.

These could be the time you get up, the time you start your school work, the time you have your lunch etc.

Once you have your list, use the sheet to put each time onto a clock face. Do as many as you are comfortable doing and as always.....have fun!

analogue-clock-template-activity-sheet.pdf

Here is a clock that is a great way to help you learn time. You don't have to complete this but I thought if was a lovely way to support your learning. You could keep it close by each day to check on if you are not sure.

analogue-clock-flower-labels.pdf

 Enjoy!

 Miss Hand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 22nd of June 

Target words 

Can you read these words? We know you can have a really good go.

hop   dot   fox   rob  pod   sob  box   top   bod   hot   

Write  a sword that rhymes with fox.

Write  a sword that rhymes with nod.

Write  a sword that rhymes with hop.

Write  a sword that rhymes with hot.

Write  a sword that rhymes with rob.

This week, we are starting with a new theme - Aliens Love Underpants!!

We are hoping you will enjoy the story at the start of the week and have lots of fun while you work through the week. We can hear some of you giggling at the story already!

This clip is from YouTube so parents if you let them watch this clip you are giving your consent. We hope you will we think the children will enjoy the story. 

Listen and follow the story while it is being read online. What do you notice about the story? Do you like it? Did it make you laugh? It did us!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADnAGBWlzqE

Can you spot the other names they use for underpants?

 

Numeracy

Some maths questions just to warm you up.

5+5=     7+2=     1+2=     8+2=     4+2=     4+3=     5+4=     5+3=     3+6=     0+5=   

 

4-2=     10-6=     9-3=     5-1=     10-5=     10-1=     8-3=     9-5=     7-6=     6-6=

Maths

This week we are going to have a look at time. It's very important to learn how to tell the time as you will always need it. Let's face it, who wants to be late for school, the football match or a party! Ha Ha!!

 Have a look at the video and it will help to remind you of what we have covered in class. You were all brilliant at telling the o'clock and half past times so have fun and be confident - you can do this! This clip is from YouTube so parents if you let them watch this clip you are giving your consent. We would be really grateful if you would. The clip is just 3 minutes long. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Posbu-VKxU

Once you have looked at the video, have a go at completing the worksheet below.

writing the time.pdf

 Reading

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Please send us photographs of any completed work you have done as we would love to see how you have got on.

Good luck and more work tomorrow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 19th of June

Good Morning we hope you are all feeling well. 

Target words for today 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 18th of June 

 Target words for today and your words are numbers!

one    two    three    four    five    six    seven    eight    nine    ten

 Can you now write the right word by the number? I have done the first one for you. 

7 - seven                                                       9  - 

10 -                                                                5 - 

2 -                                                                  6 - 

4 - 

8 - 

3 - 

1 - 

 

 Literacy

Today in literacy we would like you to have a go at an acrostic poem 

Here is an acrostic poem for you all to try. Do not worry, we have done these in class. Each line of the poem starts with the letters of the word you have chosen.

Eg - if the word was WINTER

W arm clothes are always needed

I cicles hanging all around

N oses red with the freezing cold

T oasted marshmallows go down a treat

E veryone playing with snowballs

R unning around leaving footprints behind.

 Chose a pirate based word - Pirate, Parrot or you can chose two words - Treasure Chest, Captain Hook, Peter Pan.

We have given you some sheets that may help with ideas but you don't have to print them off just use a piece of paper and write the letters down the side.

pirate-acrostic-poem-templates.pdf

Good luck and we look forward to seeing your work!

 Numeracy

4 more than 5 =     9 less than 10=    3 more than 5=   7 more than 3=   2 less than 7=   8 less than 9=

5 more than 4=       5 less than 8=   1 more than 4=    9 more than 1=     3 less than 6=   2 less than 3=

Here is a maths mat -  pirate-themed-maths-mat.pdf

Carefully look at the mat and try to learn some of the things on there. You can concentrate on one area or challenge yourself to learn more than one. Maybe ask others who live in your house to see how much you have learnt in a few days time? Perhaps they can learn some new things with you? 

 Reading

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

Have lots of fun while you are learning.

Keep up the good work ship mates!

Take care

        

 

 

Wednesday 17th of June

Hello My Fellow Ship Mates,

We do hope you enjoyed the work yesterday and we have some more pirate work today. 

Here are you words to read though first.

bad   dad   had   mad   sad   wag   tag   sag   rag  bag 

Now can you say these words again.

b+a+d=

m+a+d=

s+a+d=

b+a+d=

d+a+d=

s+a+g=

b+a+g=

w+a+g=

r+a+g=

t+a+g=

For you literacy today we would like you to look at a pirate map. From the word map can you write us 5 sentences using some of the words off the map. We are sure you can. Remember though to use full stops and capital letters and also spell the words correctly you use off the mat. 

pirate-word-mat.pdf

Numeracy 

We looked at greater than and less than yesterday but today we are going to give you some of your own to do. 

Here is an example for you 10< _   this is asking you 10 is less than what numbers. 

 

Remember the signs > greater than and <less than

5> _                             6<_

3> _                             2< _

10> _

4 > _

1> _

Numeracy

Your worksheets for your maths today are again to do with pirates. Some work on your tables (2, 5 and 10). This sheet also has the answers so no cheating ship mates! There is also some work on halving but there is a PowerPoint to watch first and then a sheet to do. 

pirate-themed-2-5-and-10-multiplication-and-division.pdf

teaching-pirates-to-be-fair-a-halving-powerpoint.pdf

 halving-pirate-treasure-activity-sheets.pdf

 Reading

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

Take care ship mates!

 

 

Tuesday 16th of June

Good Morning! We hope you are well this morning so maths questions to warm you up first using the greater than and less than sign. 

Can you complete these maths questions? You will see a gap between each number you need to fill it with either > which means greater than or this sign  < which means less than. Ten sentences can you fill them in correctly?

  8    1                               10      2

1       6                                3      9

3       5                                5      9

4       5                                9       8

2       9                                7        4 

 

Numeracy 

We would like you to do some revision on the 4 times tables, so there is a chart underneath for you to finish.

4-Times-Table-Multiplication-Wheels-Activity-Sheets.pdf

Literacy

These are your words for today to read

bob   job   mob   rob   sob   cub   hub   pub  rub   tub

Can you find the two words that begin with r?

Can you fill in the blanks from today's words?

b - -   s - -  c - -   j - -  t - -   m- -   h - -   p - -

Sometimes people find bottles washed up on shore by people who put messages in a bottle. If you wrote a message o in a bottle, what would you write on it? There is a message in a bottle sheet to help you.

 Message-in-a-Bottle-Writing-Frames.pdf

We would like you to think about a treasure island as well so that hopefully you can design one. Think about what you might like to put on your treasure island. 

Have a lovely day and take care. 

 

 

 

Monday 15th of June

Literacy

Can you read these words?

 

den   hen   bin   fin   men   win   pin   pen   tin   ten

 

Can you write all the en words and all the in words?

Today we are going to look at contractions. These are words that become joined together so do not becomes don't or could not would become couldn't. Ther is a poerpoint to help you evenmore so you can se other words that can be contracted or made smaller. There is then a worksheet for you to do as well. 

 apostrophes-for-contraction-warmup.pdf

contractions-activity-sheet-.pdf

 

Looking at number bonds to 9 can you complete these maths sentences?

0+9=                                 5+__=9

1+8=                                6+__=9

2+7=                                7+__=9                      

3+6=                               8+__=9

 4+__=9                            9+__=9

You have a bit more revision today with number bonds to ten to really think about. Are you ready to make those brains work hard?

 number-shape-addition-to-10-activity-sheet.pdf

-star-bonds-to-10-.pdf

There is a powerpint on pirates so you can find out more about them. There is even a pirate name machine which means you can make your own pirate name up. We would really like to know what manes you come up with. Please let us know by using the teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk 

 all-about-pirates-powerpoint.pdf

Nurture Group

Friday 12th of June 

Literacy

Good morning I hope you are having a fantastic day!

Can you read these words?

bun  van   run   fun   gun   pan  tan   man  can   sun   

Can you write the un words on one side and the an words on another?

 

Today we would like you to do a retelling of the film from yesterday in your own words. Do you think you could start your sentences off with different openers so that it makes your story interesting. There is a writing frame for you to put your thoughts down and a pirate sheet for you to write on. Don't worry if you can't print it off just write your story down on a piece of paper. 

Peter-Pan-Story-Review-Writing-Frame.pdf

Half Narrow Lined Pirate Writing Frame.pdf

Numeracy 

Can you complete these maths questions?

0+4=                                                                  4+4+4+4+4+4=  

4+4=                                                                  4+4+4+4+4+4+4=

4+4+4=                                                             4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4=

4+4+4+4=                                                        4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4=

4+4+4+4+4=                                                     4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4=

 We are concentrating on the 4 time table today and there is another sheet below for you to do below. 

 4-Times-Table-Activity.pdf 

We thought you might like to design your own flag for your pirate ship so please find  the sheet below. 

design-your-own-ship-flag-activity-sheet.pdf

 Have a lovely weekend and we will set you some more work on Monday.

Take care

 

Week 12

Thursday 11th of June

Good Morning and we hope that you are feeling well. Here is your work for today.

Can you read these words?

bit   fit   hit   pit   sit   cot   got   not   tot   rot   

Choose i or o to finish these words 

g-t   s-t   r-t   f-t   c-t   r- t   p-t   n-t   h-t   b-t   

Literacy 

Please find the link below and watch this cartoon version of Peter Pan. Parents the clip is from You Tube so if you could watch this with them that would be great.  Its just over 6 minutes long. Children we would like you to make notes on what you liked and disliked about the clip? Were there any points that you laughed at or other key points that you noted?

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiDfKtNliOw

Please fill in the writing frame below.

Peter-Pan-Story-Review-Writing-Frame.pdf

Numeracy

Can you add these questions up?

0+5=                                                                           5+5+5+5+5+5=

5+5=                                                                           5+5+5+5+5+5+5=

5+5+5=                                                                      5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+                                                                                                    

5+5+5+5=                                                                  5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5=            

5+5+5+5+5=                                                              5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5+5=         

Numeracy - we would like you to have another go at the game Karate Cat, The link is below. Don't forget we want you to get that Bronze Award

The game

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw

For a little bit of revision we have also included some time work, a PowerPoint on time and also a worksheet on o'clock to see what you can remember.

telling the time .pdf

Telling the time.pdf

 Reading

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

More work will be coming your way again tomorrow. 

Take Care.

 

 

Wednesday 10th of June

Good Morning and we hope you are well today. Here is your work.

 

Word searches - Some pirate word searches with the answers - each one gets a bit harder!

t-a-008-pirate-wordsearch_ver_3.pdf 

Literacy

Can you read these words and then put them in the right pile?

bat   get   cat    jet   hat   let  sat   yet  rat   wet

 

Word with a in the middle  Word with e in the middle

 

For your literacy today we would like you to watch this link

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zpxhdxs 

There is a clip and an activity underneath for you to take part in. When you have watched this we want you to write 5 sentences about the clip of Peter Pan from Monday and include a verb (doing word) for each one. You must remember to use a capital letter and full stops where needed. 

Blank-Writing-Frames.pdf

Numeracy - we would like you to have another go at the game Karate Cat, the link is below. Don't forget we want you to get that Bronze Award

The game

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw

The dot to dots today are all about counting in 10's with a pirate theme. 

Counting-in-10s-Dot-to-Dot-Sheets-Pirates.pdf

Can you do these questions?

0+2=                                                          2+2+2+2+2+2=

2+2=                                                          2+2+2+2+2+2+2=                                                   

2+2+2=                                                      2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2=

2+2+2+2=                                                  2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2=

2+2+2+2+2+                                                2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2+2=

Reading

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

More work will be coming your way again tomorrow. 

Take Care.

 

Tuesday 9th June 2020

A - adventure
B - boys
It can be from any group of words but focus on nouns (names of things) and adjectives (describing words) for now. There is an alphabet sheet to help you think about your words.

Numeracy - We have a game for you today and it's called the Karate Cats game. Now we would like you to concentrate on the multiplication and division part of the game please. Now Miss Hand has chosen this for you and she has a message just for you. You need to listen and read the questions carefully as they try and catch you out!  Miss Hand thinks you will have fun playing this and she is looking forward to seeing if you can get your Bronze Award so be sure and let us know. Miss Hand also wants to know if you can come up with different ways of practising your times tables  perhaps hopping or doing some squats when you say them. Miss Hand says she does this with you in class.

The game

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjkphbk/articles/zf4sscw

Some work to do on counting in 5's. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zqbg87h/articles/zw8qxfr

Yoga Poses -  We have given you some yoga poses if you would like to try them. They maybe difficult to do at first but with a bit of practice you will be able to do them for longer. Yoga is supposed to be good to help us concentrate. Good Luck!

yoga-mountain-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf 

yoga-chair-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-elephant-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-rainbow-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

yoga-tree-pose-stepbystep-instructions.pdf

 Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

More work will be coming your way again tomorrow. 

Take Care.

Nurture Group

Week 12

Monday 8th June 2020

Hello everyone! How are you all?

We are missing you, but hope to see you soon.

To remind you - We would really like to know what you have been doing and how you have been keeping. Please let us know by e-mailing any photo's, pictures or work onto - 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

Welcome to another week of work!! 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 Today we are going to start to do some work on Peter Pan. We would really like you to look at the clip from the film and the link is below. This clip is from a PG film so parents if you let them watch this clip you are giving your consent. The clip is just 2 minutes long. We would like you to look at the characters and the setting (where is it set) and think about what adjectives (describing words) you can think of to describe the characters and the setting. Can you think of 5 adjectives each for the characters and 5 adjectives for the setting?You can chose as many characters to describe as you want. We have given you an adjective word map to help but please think of your own words as well and there is also a writing frame where you can draw a picture of the character and then write the adjectives down as well.  

Nurture Group

Week 11

Monday 1st June 2020

 

Hello everyone! How are you all? We hope that you have had an enjoyable and fun-filled half term holiday and enjoyed the good weather we had. 

We are missing you, but hope to see you soon.

To remind you - We would really like to know what you have been doing and how you have been keeping. Please let us know by e-mailing any photo's, pictures or work onto - 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

 

Welcome to another week of work!! 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Also, practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions! 

Go on the website below as you can play lots of games to help you with your learning of the

times tables. 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

could            should            would 

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

These words are called 'modal verbs'. 

Click on the site below to find out about them. 

https://www.theschoolrun.com/what-are-modal-verbs

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zps4pbk

 

In maths, this week we are still practicing telling the time and we are continuing to learn about shapes. 

Click on the site below to find out about 3d shapes.  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6

Please complete the tasks below. Have a good day!

 

Name
 3D Shape Word Mat.pdfDownload
 3D Shapes.pdfDownload
 Complete the Sentences with Modal Verbs Activity Sheet 1.pdfDownload
 Maths - 01.06.2020.docxDownload
 Modal Verb Word Mat.pdfDownload
 O'Clock, Half-Past and Quarter-Past Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Hope you have a good day! 

 

How many words can you make from the word superstar? 

The words you make must have 2 letters or more. How many different words can you make? Challenge - can you make more than 10 words? Well done, if you do.

Can you make any rhyming words? 

Good luck!

please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 3D Shape Properties.pdfDownload
 Analogue Clocks - Quarter-Past.pdfDownload
 Complete the Sentences with Modal Verbs Activity Sheet 2.pdfDownload
 Maths - 02.06.2020.docxDownload
 Tell the Time - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Wednesday 3rd June 2020

How did you get making words from the word 'superstar'?

Well done if you made 10 words or more! 

Did you make any of the following? Super, star, are, at, rat, pat, tap, up, set, sat, tea, ate, eat, ear, pear, tear. Well don if you got 10 or more words. 

Some of the words can be made plurals (more than one) by adding an 's' - for example: 

tap - taps

set - sets

rat - rats 

star - stars

eat - eats

tea - teas

 

Here are some jumbled up words can you work out their correct spelling?

For example:     lochso = school 

 

ksa = 

 

ldouc =

 

tpu =

 

eno = 

 

Please complete the tasks below.

 

Name
 3D Shapes Properties Table Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Complete the Sentences with Modal Verbs Activity Sheet 3.pdfDownload
 Maths - 03.06.2020.docxDownload
 Tell the Time - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet 1.pdfDownload
 Tell the Time - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet 2.pdfDownload
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Thursday 4th June 2020

How did you get on working out the jumble up words? 

Here are the answers!

 

 ksa = ask

 

ldouc = could

 

tpu =put

 

eno = one

 

Have a go at finding the words: could, should and would in the word search below. How many times can you find each word? 

c o u l d s
s x v j l h
h k p e u o
o e q s o u
l m a n w l
d c o u l d
w o u l d g

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

 

Name
 3D Shape Properties Interactive Visual Aids.pdfDownload
 A Monster Ssurprise - Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
 Could, Should and Would Exercise.pdfDownload
 Maths - 04.06.2020.docxDownload
 Tell the Time- - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet 3.pdfDownload
 Tell the Time- - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet 4.pdfDownload
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Friday 5th June 2020

Have a good day! We hope you have a good weekend too!

 

Practice spelling the words I gave you on Monday - without looking! Try and spell them all correctly! 

could                   should                would    

 

Click on the site below and have a go at the shapes quiz 

https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks1/maths/year-2-shapes-describing-3d-shapes/ 

 

Also have a go at the telling the time quiz on the site below.

https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks1/maths/year-1-time-telling-the-time/

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 3D Shape Chilli Challenges - Which Shapes Are Best.pdfDownload
 Maths - 05.06.2020.docxDownload
 Modal Verbs for Possibility Test.pdfDownload
 Tell the Time - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet 5.pdfDownload
 Tell the Time - Quarter-Past Activity Sheet 6.pdfDownload
 The Bear Who Came to Babysit - Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
 Would Have, Could Have, Should Have - Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
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Nurture Group

Week 10

Monday 25th May 2020 

 

This week is Half Term, so we won’t be setting you any work to complete. Well done as you have worked extremely hard over the past few weeks and you deserve a rest!

Enjoy the sun and have some time with your families.

 

Miss Hand, Miss Murray, Miss Ralphs, Mrs Moss and myself hope that you are still well and staying safe - we are missing you and we all hope that we will see you soon and we will back at school. 

 

We would like to know what you have been up to. Please let us know by e-mailing any photo's, pictures or work onto - 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

 

Nurture Group

Week 9

Monday 18th May 2020

 

Another week begins! I hope that you had a good weekend and are ready for this week's home learning! 

It's week 9 of being at home - and again well done to you all. We are hoping that we will be able to see you at school very soon.

 

Reminders, as usual! 

Read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Also, practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions! 

Go on the website below as you can play lots of games to help you with your learning of the

times tables, halving and doubling numbers and number bonds. 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

house       friend       school      ask      today

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

Here's an example:

Today, I am going on a bike ride with my family - and I can't wait!

 

This week we are still practicing telling the time to half past in maths. Also we are learning  about shapes. 

Click on the site below to find out about 2d shapes.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/ztpwdmn

 

In literacy we are practicing talking and writing in punctuated sentences. Also we shall be learning about the different types of sentences. 

Click on the website below to play a game to read sentences. 

 https://www.roythezebra.com/reading-games/sentences-that-make-sense-1-1.html

 

Please complete the tasks below. Enjoy! 

Name
 2D Shape Word Mat.pdfDownload
 2D Shapes.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Draw the Hands.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Time in Words.pdfDownload
 Maths - 18.05.2020.docxDownload
 Properties of 2D Shapes.pdfDownload
 Simple Sentence Scramble Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Tuesday 19th May 2020

 

I hope you have a good day! 

 

Watch the video clips below on how to write different types of sentences. 

 

How to write commands 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/z8strwx

How to write questions

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/z2xdng8

How to write exclamation sentences 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zqbjy4j

How to write statement sentences 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z97r2nb

 

 Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 2D Shape Number of Sides Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 2D Shape Properties Table Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Draw the Hands.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Time in Words.pdfDownload
 Maths - 19.05.2020.docxDownload
 Question or Command Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Types of Sentences.pdfDownload
 Write a Sentence Activity Cards 1.pdfDownload
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Wednesday 20th May 2020

 

Practice telling the time with the games on the websites below.

Try the third game which is called, 'Tell Time to the half hour'. 

https://www.splashlearn.com/time-games

Have a go at game number two - half hours.

https://www.helpfulgames.com/subjects/mathematics/tell-time.html

 

Play the shape games on the websites below. 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/early-years/shape-monsters

 

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/shiftingShapes/index.html

 

How many words can you make using the these letters? 

Words must have two letters or more but you can only use a letter once in a word. Good luck! 

b     e      f      t       a       p      i      r     h      o

Challenge - can you make 10 different words?   

 

I have attached some work so that you can complete the sentences using the correct punctuation to show if the sentence is a question, exclamation or statement. You have a choice which one you would like to complete, but if you are feeling extra clever you could have a go at more than one! You can just say the answers to the questions you do not need to write the answers down. 

 

Please complete the tasks below

Name
 Maths - 20.05.2020.docxDownload
 Question Mark, Full Stop or Exclamation Mark Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 State the Facts Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Thursday 21st May 2020

Hello! How are you doing? 

How many words did you make using the letters I gave you, yesterday? 

 

b     e      f      t       a       p      i      r     h      o

Did you make any of the following words? Be, bet, at, fat, pat, it, hit, pit, or, pot, hot, he, tap, top, tip, other, path, tea, eat, ate, fate, harp, heart, trap, trip, far. 

I am sure there are more words and words that you have made that I haven't - so well done! 

 

 

Again, watch the video clips below on how to write different types of sentences. 

 

How to write commands 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/z8strwx

How to write questions

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/z2xdng8

How to write exclamation sentences 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zqbjy4j

How to write statement sentences 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z97r2nb

 

Please complete the tasks below.  

Name
 Maths - 21.05.2020.docxDownload
 Name the 2D Shapes.pdfDownload
 Tell the Time - Writing the Time.pdfDownload
 Write a Sentence Activity Cards - 3.pdfDownload
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Friday 22nd May 2020

 

Have a good day! 

 

Practice spelling the words I gave you on Monday - without looking! Try and spell them all correctly! 

house       friend       school      ask      today

 

Have a look at the website below and read the sentences. Say what punctuation needs to be added so that the sentences are correct. 

 http://www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/curriculum/literacy/lit_site/lit_sites/alpha_drag/widepage.htm 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 2D Shape Properties Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Draw the Hands.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Read Digital, Write Words.pdfDownload
 Maths - 22.05.2020.docxDownload
 Question Mark, Full Stop or Exclamation Mark Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 Types of Sentences Activity Worksheet.pdfDownload
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Nurture Group

Week 8

Monday 11th May 2020

 

Here we go again - a new week of working at home! I hope you are all well and had en enjoyable bank holiday weekend. Did you celebrate VE day? If so what did you do? 

We are now in week 8 of being at home - well done to you all. We are hoping that we will be able to see you at school very soon.

 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Also, practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions! 

Go on the website below as you can play lots of games to help you with your learning of the

times tables, halving and doubling numbers and number bonds. 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

one      once      pull      full      put      push

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

Here's an example:

Once I have completed my home learning tasks, I will ride my blue bike in my back garden. 

 

This week we are practicing odd and even numbers and telling the time to half past in maths. 

Click on the site below to find out about odd and even numbers.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zknsgk7/articles/zt4jj6f

 

In literacy we are practicing writing in punctuated sentences and answering questions about what we have read. We call this 'reading comprehension'. There will be a Traditional Tales  (Fairy tales) reading comprehension everyday. You will have a choice which one you would like to complete, but of you are feeling extra clever you could have a go at more than one!

 

 

Please complete the tasks below. Enjoy! 

 

Name
 Common Exception Word Activity Mat.pdfDownload
 Half-Past Analogue Clock Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 11.05.2020.docxDownload
 Odd and Even Numbers Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 The Three Billy Goats Gruff Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
 Writing Super Sentences Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
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Tuesday 12th May 2020

 

Hope you have a good day! 

 

Practice telling the time with the games on the websites below.

Try the third game which is called, 'Tell Time to the half hour'. Enjoy!

https://www.splashlearn.com/time-games

Have a go at game number two - half hours.

https://www.helpfulgames.com/subjects/mathematics/tell-time.html

 

With the reading comprehension, you again have a choice which one you would like to complete, but of you are feeling extra clever you could have a go at more than one!

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

 

Name
 Compound Sentence Worksheet.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Read Words, Draw Hands.pdfDownload
 Maths - 12.05.2020.docxDownload
 O'Clock and Half-Past Words.pdfDownload
 Odd and Even Numbers.pdfDownload
 The Three Little Pigs Traditional Tale Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
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Wednesday 13th May 2020

 

Wednesday already - I  hope that you are reading and practicing the time tables (2, 3, 4, 5 and 10) everyday! Keep going! 

 

Have a go at playing a game to help you to learn odd and even numbers. Click on the link below. 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/coconut-odd-or-even

 

How many words can you make from the word favourite

The words you make must have 2 letters or more. How many different words can you make? Challenge - can you make more than 10 words? Well done, if you do.

Can you make any rhyming words? 

Good luck!

 

As with Monday and Tuesday I have attached a Traditional Tale (Goldilocks and the Three Bears) reading comprehension and you again have a choice which one you would like to complete, but of you are feeling extra clever you could have a go at more than one! You can just say the answers to the questions you do not need to write the answers down. 

Have a go at creating a 'wanted' poster describing Goldilocks. 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 Goldilocks and the Three Bears - Traditional Tale Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Read Words, Draw Hands.pdfDownload
 Maths - 13.05.2020.docxDownload
 O'Clock and Half-Past Words.pdfDownload
 Sorting Odd and Even Numbers Within 100 Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Thursday 14th May 2020

 

How are you doing today! I hope you are doing okay. 

Keep on playing the games I have been putting on this site.

 

How did you get making words from the word 'favourite'?

Well done if you made 10 words or more! 

Did you make any of the following? At, it, to, fit, fat, our, four, eat, ate, tea, are, vet. There will be more I'm sure!

 

I have attached a Traditional Tale (The Enormous Turnip) reading comprehension and you again have a choice which one you would like to complete, but of you are feeling extra clever you could have a go at more than one! You can just say the answers to the questions you do not need to write the answers down. 

 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 Half-Hours - Read Words, Draw Hands.pdfDownload
 Maths - 14.05.2020.docxDownload
 O'Clock and Half-Past Digital Time Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Odd and Even Number Sorting Activity.pdfDownload
 The Enormous Turnip - Traditional Tale Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
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Friday 15th May 2020

I hope you have a good day and weekend - see you on Monday! Take care. 

 

Practice spelling the words I gave you on Monday - without looking! Try and spell them all correctly! 

one      once      pull      full      put      push

 

Go on the site below to play a telling the time game. 

http://www.snappymaths.com/other/measuring/time/interactive/halfhours/oclockhpimm/oclockhpimm.htm

 

For the last time, this week, I have attached a Traditional Tale (Little Red Riding Hood) reading comprehension and you again have a choice which one you would like to complete, but of you are feeling extra clever you could have a go at more than one! You can just say the answers to the questions you do not need to write the answers down. 

 

 Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 Digital and Analogue Clocks - O'Clock and Half-Past Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Digital Time - O'Clock and Half-Past.pdfDownload
 Half-Hours - Time in Words.pdfDownload
 Llittle Red Riding Hood - Traditional Tale Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
 Maths - 15.05.2020.docxDownload
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Nurture Group

Monday 4th May 2020

WEEK 7

 

Hello everyone! How are you all? We are now in week 7 of being at home - well done to you all. We are hoping that we will be be able to see you at school very soon. Until then take care and stay safe. 

To remind you - We would really like to know what you have been doing and how you have been keeping. Please let us know by e-mailing any photo's, pictures or work onto - 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

 

Welcome to another week of work!! 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Also, practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions! 

Go on the website below as you can play lots of games to help you with your learning of the

times tables, halving and doubling numbers and number bonds. 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

here      there      where     come     some 

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

Here's an example:

After school, my friends come to call for me and we go out to play football in the park.  

 

This week we are practicing telling the time and to use alliteration in our writing. Can you

remember what alliteration is?!  Go on the website below to remind you. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zfkk7ty/articles/zq4c7p3

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

 

Name
 Analogue Clocks.pdfDownload
 Maths - 04.05.2020.docxDownload
 Tell the Time - Writing the Time Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Telling the Time Poster.pdfDownload
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Tuesday 5th May 2020

 

How many words can you make using the these letters? 

Words must have two letters or more but you can only use a letter once in a word. Good luck! 

c       e       s       t       a       m      u     h     w

Challenge - can you make 10 different words?   

 

There is an alliteration ideas sheet attached below. Using this worksheet can you write 5 different sentences. For example: 

 

The sad Rainbow Fish swam slowly and silently to see the wise, old octopus. 

The grumpy goat galloped on the green grass. 

 

Practice telling the time with the games on the website below. Try the first two games which are called, 'The Analogue Clock' and 'Tell Time to the hour'. Enjoy!

https://www.splashlearn.com/time-games

 

Try game number one - hours.

https://www.helpfulgames.com/subjects/mathematics/tell-time.html

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 Alliteration Ideas Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 05.05.2020.docxDownload
 O'Clock - Draw the Hands.pdfDownload
 O'Clock - Words.pdfDownload
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Wednesday 6th May 2020

Hello, how many words did you make using these letters? 

 

c       e       s       t       a       m      u     h     w

Did you make 10 different words?   

Here are some of the words I made: 

as, am, ham, sam, at, hat, mat, sat, cat, chat, saw, saw, us, hum, sum, tea, eat, ate, meat, team, what. 

I am sure there are more and that you will have made words not included in my list. Well done!

 

 

Continue to practice telling the time to o'clock. Play the game - hours - on the link below..

https://www.helpfulgames.com/subjects/mathematics/tell-time.html

 

Please complete the tasks below.

Name
 Awesome Alliteration Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 06.05.2020.docxDownload
 O'Clock - Draw the Hands.pdfDownload
 O'Clock - Time in Words.pdfDownload
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Thursday 7th May 2020

How are you doing today? 

To help you to tell the time to o'clock watch the clip below. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhk82hv/articles/zcmdwxs

 

Remember we can tell the time in analogue and digital. 

For example: 

12 o'clock - 12:00

Complete this chart!

Analogue digital
2 o'clock
4 o'clock
5:00
8:00
9 o'clock
11:00

 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 Maths - 07.05.2020.docxDownload
 O'Clock Digital Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 O'Clock Draw the Hands Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Writing Alliteration Worksheet.pdfDownload
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Friday 8th May 2020

 

Another week completed - well done everyone! I hope you are all well and staying safe. 

 

Today is a Bank Holiday to celebrate VE day  - Victory in Europe day. Look at this video clip as it explains what and why we are remembering VE day. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr

 

Below are some VE day activities which you may like to complete. Have fun! 

Name
 Design a VE Day Medal Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Design Your Own VE Day Bunting.pdfDownload
 VE Day Fact Files.pdfDownload
 World War 2 Word Search.pdfDownload
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Nurture Group

Monday 27th April 2020

WEEK 6

Well done to you all, you have completed another week and we now begin week 6 at home. How are you getting on?

 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Make sure that you practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions! 

 

Did you manage to solve the jumbled up words I gave you last Friday? Here are the correct spellings.

 

eerw = were

 

hyte = they

 

eth = the 

 

fo = of

  

 nda = and

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

is        his      has     you      your    our

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

 

This week we are practicing similes and the months of the year.  See the attached documents below to help you and there is a game for you to try. Good luck!

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 4 Times Table Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 27.04.2020.docxDownload
 Months of the Year Circle Cut and Stick Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Months of the Year Display Poster.pdfDownload
 Simile Display Posters.pdfDownload
 Simile Poster.pdfDownload
 Simile Sentences.pdfDownload
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Tuesday 28th April 2020

I hope you are all okay today and ready to complete some work! 

 

How many words can you make from the word sunflower

The words you make must have 2 letters or more. How many different words can you make? Challenge - can you make more than 10 words? Well done, if you do.

Can you make any rhyming words? 

Good luck!

 

Please complete the tasks below.

Remember to punctuate your sentences when completing the simile sentences and when writing sentences about the months of the year! 

For example: 

As good as gold

 

In March it is my birthday

 

 

Click on this link below to play a game to complete sentences with similes. 

https://www.englishclub.com/esl-games/vocabulary/matching-similes-1.htm

Name
 4 Times Table Multiplication Wheels Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 Maths - 28.04.2020.docxDownload
 Months of the Year Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Simile Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Wednesday 29th April 2020

 

So, how many words did you make from the word, 'sunflower'?

Did you make the following - 

sun, flower, on, no, so, flow, low, sow, sew, new, now, few, row, won, one, slow... I know that there are more but these are some of the words I found! 

 

Go on the link below to practice halving and doubling numbers and times tables. Enjoy!

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 4 Times Table.docxDownload
 Doubling and Halving Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 29.04.2020.docxDownload
 Months of the Year Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Smashing Similes Differentiated Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Thursday 30th April 2020

Hello, Thursday already - the week is going quickly! How have you been getting on? I hope you are having a go at the work being putting on this page.

Make sure you are reading everyday and practicing the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables. 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

 

Name
 Halving and Doubling Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 30.04.2020.docxDownload
 Multiplication Tables Missing Numbers Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Rainbow Simile Poem Writing Template.pdfDownload
 Smashing Similes Differentiated Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Friday 1st May 2020

 

The end to week 6. I hope you have had a good week despite the rain. Have a good weekend! Take care, stay home and stay safe. 

 

 

I gave you the following words to learn to spell on Monday - 

is        his       has      you      your     our

Have a go at spelling each word but without looking!! 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

 

Name
 Doubling and Halving Challenge Cards.pdfDownload
 Inventing New Similes Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 01.05.2020.docxDownload
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Nurture Group

Monday 20th April 2020

WEEK 5

Hello everyone! How are you all? We hope that you have had a good Easter holiday and enjoyed the good weather we had (and not eaten too many eggs!) We are missing you, but it is important that you stay at home and stay safe.

To remind you - We would really like to know what you have been doing and how you have been keeping. Please let us know by e-mailing any photo's, pictures or work onto - 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

 

Welcome to another week of work!! 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Also, practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions! 

Go on the website below as you can play lots of games to help you with your learning of the

times tables. 

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

are          saw            was            were          of 

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

 

This week we are practicing prepositions. 

Can you sort the words into the correct sets? 

star, red, in between, fish, round, big, opposite, on, cap, under, next to, near, house, lion, bike.

   noun                 verb               preposition  

 

This week we will be practicing the days of the week. Sing our song to help you!

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 

Thursday, Friday, Saturday too!

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 days,

Each day different,

And every day new!

 

 

Ask an adult in your family or try to read the story 'Hansel and Gretel'on the link below.

http://www.ivyjoy.com/fables/hansel.html

 

Please complete the tasks below.

Name
 Days of the Week Writing Practice.pdfDownload
 Filling in the Blanks Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 20.04.2020.docxDownload
 Word Mat.pdfDownload
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Tuesday 21st April 2020

I hope you have been practicing the days of the week and completed the task to sort the words into sets. 

Check your answers here!

noun - star, fish, cap, house, lion, bike

verb - red, round, big

preposition - in between, opposite, on, under, next to, near

Well done, if you got them all right! 

 

Please complete the tasks below.

I have included another version of the story, 'Hansel and Gretel' for you to read. Use this version to sequence the story and to write a sentence about each picture. 

 

Name
 Choose the Preposition.pdfDownload
 Days of the Week Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Hansel and Gretel eBook.pdfDownload
 Hansel and Gretel Storyboard Template.pdfDownload
 Lily Pad Numbers - Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 Maths - 21.04.2020.docxDownload
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Wednesday 22nd April 2020

 

I hope you are all practicing saying the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables with our actions and singing the days of the week and months of the years songs. 

 

How many words can you make using the these letters? 

Words must have two letters or more but you can only use a letter once in a word. Good luck! 

r       e       g       t       d       n       o     h

Challenge - can you make 10 different words?   

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s Multiplication Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Hansel and Gretel Reading Comprehension.docxDownload
 Matching Prepositions Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 22.04.2020.docxDownload
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Thursday 23rd April 2020

How are you today? I hope you are enjoying the sunshine. 

Remember - read everyday and practice the times tables too! 

 

Have a go at writing sentences which include the following prepositions: 

under, behind, next to.

 

 Here are two examples - At school, I enjoy sitting next to my best friend.

When the weather is hot, I like to sit under the big, old tree in the cool shade. 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

 

Name
 Days of the Week Spellings.pdfDownload
 Days of the Week Wordsearch.pdfDownload
 Hansel and Gretel Book Review Writing Frame.pdfDownload
 Maths - 23.04.2020.docxDownload
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It's Friday 24th April 2020 already! I hope you have had a good week.

I gave the following words to learn to spell on Monday -

are          saw            was            were          of 

Test yourself today, without looking! 

 

Here are some jumbled up words can you work out their correct spelling?

For example:     dais = said 

 

eerw = 

 

hyte =

 

eth =

 

fo = 

 

 nda = 

 

Can you say the days of the week in order?  

Please complete the tasks below. Have a go at creating a wanted poster for the witch in the story of 'Hansel and Gretel'. 

Name
 Correct the Sentence Punctuation Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 Maths - 24.04.2020.docxDownload
 Prepositions Test.pdfDownload
 Seaside-Themed Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Witch Wanted Posters.pdfDownload
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Nurture Group

Monday 6th April 2020

Another 'WELL DONE!' for completing your second week at home! I hope you are enjoying and completing the activities on this page. 

Miss Hand, Miss Murray, Miss Ralphs, Mrs Moss and myself hope that you are still well and staying safe - we are missing you and we all hope that we will see you soon and we will back at school. 

We would like to know what you have been up to. Please let us know by e-mailing any photo's, pictures or work onto - 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

 

 WEEKS  3 and 4

Over the next two weeks (week beginning 6.04.2020 and 13.04.2020) it will be the school Easter holidays and so I don't expect you to complete the learning activities as you have been doing. Instead have a go at completing a whole range of Spring and Easter activities and crafts - below are some websites which include lots of fun activities.

 

 

Easter - Activity Village

www.activityvillage.co.uk › easter
www.mykidstime.com>thingstodo

theeducatorsspinonit.com › 40-easter-activities-for-kids
https://www.pinterest.co.uk/artycraftykids/ - lots of ideas for activities on this website
Also, have ago at these activities: 
Hard boil an egg and decorate it and have an egg rolling competition
Make an Easter card
Make a den or cave from things around your house
Have a picnic in the garden
Play the hot and cold game
Create a memory box or time capsule
Play noughts and crosses
Play Simon Says

Plant some seeds                                                                                                                  Practice telling the time to an adult in your house                                                                Practice learning the values of coins/notes and making different amounts of money              Build things from cardboard boxes                                                                                        Count the number of birds which visit your garden every day for 10 minutes in one week - make a tally chart and find the differences in numbers

 

Make play-do  - here is an easy recipe to follow
Playdough recipe | BBC Good Food
www.bbcgoodfood.com › howto › guide › playdough-recipe

Happy Easter from us all and hopefully we will see you soon! Take care. 

Mrs Bateman, Miss Hand, Miss Murray, Miss Ralphs, Mrs Moss

(Don't eat too many Easter eggs!)

 

Below are some activities you may like to have a go at - have fun!

 

Continue to watch Newsround 

Complete daily exercises in your house - watch Joe Wicks videos

 

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 Easter Cone Animals.pdfDownload
 Easter Dot-to-Dot Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 Easter Egg Template Colouring Sheets.pdfDownload
 Easter Word Search.pdfDownload
 Spring Word Search.pdfDownload
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Nurture Group

Well done, you have completed one whole week at home! 

We hope you are taking care, staying well and that you are keeping busy by completing the tasks put on this page. We have been thinking of you all. Try to enjoy your time at home with your family - make sure you are exercising and playing games every day. We would love to know how  you are and how you are getting on. You can e-mail photos, pictures, work to 

teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk

Scroll down below for all of the tasks and activities for week beginning 23.03.2020. Have a go at the ones you haven't completed.  

 

 WEEK 2 

Week beginning 30.03.2020

Welcome to another week of work!! 

Remember to read every day (https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/)

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading
Happy reading!

 

Also, practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables doing our actions!

Go on the website below as you can play lots of games to help you with your learning of the

times tables. 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/times-tables/coconut-multiples

 

Monday 30.03.2020: 

 

Practice to spell the following words: 

the, they, then, them 

 

Write each word in a punctuated sentence. 

 

Today, draw a picture of the Rainbow Fish. 

 

Please complete the tasks below. Read through the adjectives power point, please. 

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 Adjectives PowerPoint.pptDownload
 Maths - 30.03.2020.docxDownload
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Tuesday 31.03.2020

 

Hello, 

How did you get on with drawing a picture of The Rainbow Fish? I hope you remembered to draw his special, shiny scales!

 

Keep reading and practicing the times tables and the spellings I gave you on Monday!

 

Today, can you sort the words below into the right set? 

tree, cloud, happy, girl, mountain, car, red, tall, fast, hot, friendly, ogre, scary, white, soft, balloon, dog. 

                   noun                             adjective 

 

 

Choose one noun and use two adjectives to describe the noun. 

For example: 

 

At the park, the friendly, white dog chased the girl on the grass.

 

Can you name the words which are nouns and adjectives in my sentence?

 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

Watch the video about adjectives on the BBC Bitesize link below.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zy2r6yc

 

Use the sequencing pictures to retell the story, 'The Rainbow Fish'.

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 Maths - 31.03.2020.docxDownload
 The Rainbow Fish - Story Sequencing.pdfDownload
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Wednesday 1st April 2020

 

Hello!  How are you today?

How did you get on with sorting the list of words into nouns and adjectives?

Here are the answers:

nouns - tree, cloud, girl, mountain, car, ogre, balloon, dog

adjectives - red, tall, fast, hot, friendly, scary, white, soft

 

 Well done if you got them all right! 

 

 Keep reading and practicing the times tables and the spellings I gave you on Monday!

 

How many words can you make using the these letters? 

Words must have two letters or more but you can only use a letter once in a word. Good luck! 

a       e       h       t       y       m       i      s

Challenge - can you make 10 different words?   

 

Can you say and then write a recount of the story about 'The Rainbow Fish'? Use the pictures, from yesterday, to help you. Begin your recount with a time connective, such as: 

Once upon a time...

One day...

A long time ago in the deep blue sea lived...

Please complete the tasks below. 

Name
 All About Fish Reading Comprehension.pdfDownload
 Maths - 01.04.2020.docxDownload
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Thursday 2nd April 2020

Hello!

I hope you enjoyed making lots of different words from the letters I gave you. How many different words did you make? 

Did you make, at, is, my, hat, mat, his, him, hit, am, me, she, he, the, them ,they, this, tea, ate, ham? 

Perhaps you made words that are not in my list - let me know! 

 

Did you write a recount of the story, 'The Rainbow Fish'? 

 

Please complete the tasks below. 

I have given you another reading comprehension about fish - remember the answers will be in the text that you read! 

How many of the high frequency words can you read - have a go at reading the words over

the next two days. 

 

Name
 3 Times Table Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 All About Fish Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
 High Frequency Words Checklist.pdfDownload
 Maths - 02.04.2020.docxDownload
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Friday 3rd April 2020

The end of our second week away from school. How are you all doing? We hope you are okay - we are missing you and hope to be back at school very soon. 

 

I gave the following words to learn to spell on Monday - the, they, then, them 

Test yourself today, without looking! 

 

Continue to read the high frequency words from the list I gave you yesterday. How many can you read? 

 

I have given you two reading comprehensions about fish.

There is a lot of information about fish in these texts and I have also attached a 'fish facts' document. https://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/fish

 

You can begin to plan an explanation text using the table below.

 

Your sub-headings may be:

Where do fish live?

What do fish eat?

What do fish look like? 

How do fish breathe?

Do fish make good pets? 

How to care for a fish. 

 

 

 

 

BELOW ARE MORE REALLY USEFUL WEBSITES:
www.topmarks.co.uk There are great maths games on here. Click on learning games at the top. 
www.phonicsplaycomics.co.uk (Comics to download for free)
www.whiterosemaths.com  

www.AnchorCreativeEducation.com

 

 

 Please complete the tasks below.

 

Name
 3 Times Table Multiplication Wheels Activity Sheets.pdfDownload
 3 Times Table Space Race Activity.pdfDownload
 Maths - 03.04.2020.docxDownload
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Mental health and wellbeing

Parents some information you may find useful if your child is worrying about the coronavirus.

 

WEEK 1

Week beginning 23.03.2020

 

Hello to you all, we hope you are all okay and doing well. 

As Miss Hand suggested, please keep a diary of all the things you are doing whilst not at school as we would like to know how you are and what you have been up to when we see you next. Perhaps you could take some photos to share with us. 

Stay safe and well and we hope to see you very soon.

Mrs Bateman, Miss Hand, Miss Murray, Miss Ralphs, Mrs Moss

 

Remember! 

Read everyday - for about 15 minutes 

Attached below is the username and password for the Oxford Owl so that you can read books and have books read to you. 

 

Practice the times tables everyday - 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10. Do the actions too! 

 

Daily, I will be putting on activities for you to complete. Other activities you can do - 

try planting some seeds 

practice telling the time to an adult in your house

practice learning the values of coins/notes and making different amounts of money

building things from cardboard boxes 

count the number of birds which visit your garden every day for 10 minutes in one week - make a tally chart and find the differences in numbers

continue to watch Newsround 

complete daily exercises in your house - watch Joe Wicks videos

 

 

 

  Useful websites:

www.twinkl.co

www.bbcbitesize.com

www.eductaion@harpercollins.co.uk 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning 

Hamilton Trust 

 

Parents,

If you wish to talk to your child about what is happening here are some helpful websites:

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 2-Times-Table-Activity-Sheet.pdfDownload
 LITERACY 23.3.20.docxDownload
 MATHS 23.3.20.docxDownload
 Oxford Owl Reading.docxDownload
 Rainbow fish sentences.pdfDownload
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Hope you all had a good Monday. 

Below are your tasks for Tuesday 24th March 2020

 

Just to remind you that, if you have any issues or problems then please get mum or dad or yourself to email teachers@underwoodwest.cheshire.sch.uk. 

 

Remember to practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables with actions!

 

Read for 15 minutes, today!

 

How many words can you make from the word, elephant? 

The words you make have to have 2 letters or more. How many different words can you make? Challenge - can you make more than 10 words? Well done, if you do.

Can you make any rhyming words? 

Good luck!

Name
 5 Times Table Activity Sheet.wizDownload
 Comprehension - Page 1.docxDownload
 Comprehension - Page 2.docxDownload
 Comprehension - Page 3.docxDownload
 Maths - 24.03.2020.docxDownload
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Wednesday 25th March 

Hello, how did you get on making words from the word elephant? 

Did you make: an, at, pan, tan, hat, pat, pet, het, heat, neat, tee, tea, eat, ate, pen? There are more than I have listed here!

 

Please remember to read today and to practice the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables. 

 

Today can you sort the words below into the right set? 

tree, cloud, skip, wave, smile, shrug, hop, tiger, gate, pencil, star, clap, listen, stand. 

                   noun                                    verb 

 

 

 

 

 

Please complete the tasks below

Name
 10 Times Table Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
 Maths - 25.03.2020.docxDownload
 Sentence Activity Sheet.docDownload
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Thursday 26th March 

Hello, hope you are all enjoying the weather. Have you been out on a walk yet? 

 

I hope you are reading daily and practicing saying the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables with our actions. 

 

How did you get on with sorting the nouns and the verbs? 

 

Here are the answers - 

noun - tree, cloud, tiger, gate, pencil, star

verb - skip, wave, smile, shrug, hop, clap, listen, stand 

 

Did you remember that:

A noun is a thing, person or place.

A verb is a doing or action word.  

 

Today can you think of a noun beginning with each letter of the alphabet? Have a go and good luck!

a -  o -
b - p -
c- q - 
d - r -
e - s - 
f- t -
g- u -
h- v -
i - w -
j - x -
k - y -
l - z - 
m -
n -

 

The tasks for today are below - also complete any literacy sheets that you have not completed so far this week. 

Name
 5 and 10 Times Table Activity Sheets.wizDownload
 Maths - 26.03.2020.docxDownload
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Friday 27th March 

Hello, happy Friday to you all, 

How did you get on with finding a noun beginning with each letter of the alphabet? 

Did you manage to find a thing, person, place beginning with q, x and z? 

For q you could have quail ( a bird like a chicken), quill (a feather which can be used to dip into ink and then used to write with)

For x - xylophone (a musical instrument) 

z - zoo

 

Today can you find a verb beginning with each letter of the alphabet! Remember a verb is a doing/action word! 

a - n-
b- o-
c- p-
d- q-
e- r-
f- s-
g- t-
h- u-
i- v-
j- w-
k- x-
l- y-
m- z-

 

This is going to take some thinking! Don't worry if you cannot think of a verb beginning with each letter, just have a go!

 

I hope you have been reading each day using the Oxford Owl website and practicing the times tables. 

The login for the Nurture group is:
USERNAME – mrsbateman
PASSWORD – reading


Keep reading!

I gave the following words to learn to spell on Monday - because, play, me, she, he, the.

Test yourself today, without looking! Choose one word and include it in a punctuated sentence. 

Here's my sentence: 

Yesterday afternoon, I went for a walk in the quiet park because it was warm and very sunny.

 

On Monday I asked you to name the features of an explanation text. 

Did you list the following: 

title

sub-titles

introduction

conclusion

paragraphs

present tense

questions

pictures- photos, maps, diagrams

address - website, phone number

time connectives

bullet points or numbers

captions

 

Read the explanation text about how chickens hatch and find the features in the text. 

 

The tasks to be completed today are attached below. 

 

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 How Does a Chicken Hatch Explanation.docxDownload
 Maths - 27.03.2020.docxDownload
 Mixed 2, 5 and 10 Times Table Activity Sheet.pdfDownload
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Can you write all the ell words? Can you write all the ill words? 

Now can you make some more ell or ill words? Go on have a g, you know you can do it? 

m  - - -   y - - -   p - - -   k - - -   ch - - -    sh - - -

 

 Numeracy

Add 8 and 2

16, 18, 20,  -    What number could be next in the pattern? 

5 - 2=

15 - 2= 

25 - 2=

6+2=

16+2=

26+2=