Monday 27th April
Number bonds to 20
Do you remember all the pairs of numbers that equal
Can you find all the pairs that equal 20?
20 + 0
19 + 1. etc...
There are 21 together.
Can you spell all your number words to ten correctly
If you can, practise your teen numbers up to twenty,
if not keep practising the ones you need to learn.
Write the date in full.
What have you been doing? Who with?
Have you made something or learnt something new?
Have you been exercising? How?
How are you feeling? Why?
Answer the questions in complete sentences.
Can you extend some sentences using and or because?
Don't forget your capital letters, finger spaces and
Make a rain gauge. https://youtu.be/QOzdcM-YZ2U
Find out how to play Tiddleywinks.
Help to do a job at home.
Listen to 'Vltava' by Smetana. It describes the
journey of a river.https://youtu.be/l6kqu2mk-Kw
Tuesday 28th April
Use your number bonds from yesterday to create
Remember there are 2 addition and 2 subtraction for
each number family.
Eg; 18 + 2 = 20
2 + 18= 20
20 - 2= 18
20 - 18= 2
How many number families can you create using
your number bonds to 20?
Did you share the Billy Goats Gruff story last week?
How did it begin? How did it end?
Can you tell someone the story?
Can you write some sentences to tell the story?
Say the sentence aloud first to check it makes
Draw a picture to match one of your sentences.
Create a time capsule to remember these days.
Can you add photos? Pictures?
Write about who you share your home with, your
pets and of course all about you!
Put it in a tin or tube, wrap it up in a plastic bag,
seal it and label it with the date.
You could bury it in your garden or hide it somewhere
in your home.
Find out some facts about goats.
Wednesday 29th April
Doubling is two of the same number added together.
Eg: 1 + 1=2, 2 + 2 =4, 3 + 3 =6 etc..
How far can you go?
Do you remember the troll in Billy Goats Gruff?
Draw your own troll and write some sentences to
What is he wearing?
What does he look like?
What sort of troll is he?
Mean? Fierce? Nasty? Hungry?
Paint or draw a troll putting in lots of detail.
Large, middle sized and small handprints.
Ask everyone at home to make a handprint using
paint. Label them and order in size from largest to
smallest. You could make salt dough and press hands
into it. When the dough is dry you could paint them
and use them outside.
Listen to 'Hall of the Mountain King' by Greig
(it's all about Trolls).
Thursday 30th April
Halving is the opposite of doubling.
There are resources and worksheets on Twinkl.
There are some great videos on YouTube and
BBC Bitesize. https://youtu.be/80dY2WiXPw8
Top Marks has some free doubling and halving games
As well as numbers what else can you split in half?
Practise counting 1's, 2's, 5's and 10's to 100 and
Can you count in 10's starting from 2? 6? 9?
Share the story about the Frog Prince.
How does it begin? End?
What happens in the story?
What does the story teach us? What can we learn
from the Princess' behaviour?
What is your favourite plaything?
Draw your favourite toy. Write sentences explaining
what it is and why you like it.
Can you extend a sentence by using the word
Share a board game with someone at home.
Print off a world map showing the 7 continents
(Twinkl). Can you remember all 7?
Find small picture of bridges, one from each
continent. Cut them out and stick them on the
Can you find one for Antarctica? Why not?
Play with the favourite toy you wrote about in
Friday 1st May
You will need to cut out some circles, triangles,
cubes and cuboid shapes.
Can you fold them in half?
Can you fold some shapes in half in different ways?
Label each half with this sign: 1/2
This sign means one whole split into two equal halves
Practise all your phase 3 and 4 phonics sounds
Practise reading and spelling words from the KS1
200 high frequency word list (reading diary or
Can you read them all? Tick the ones you can sight
read (that you don't need to sound out before
Practise 5 new ones.
If you can spell them all correctly choose 5 and put
each word in a sentence of your own. Did you spell
each high frequency word correctly?
Sing along with the continent song.
Find a plant in your garden or outside that you know
the name of. Look at it very very closely and draw
it carefully. Remember: draw what you see not what
you think you see!
It is called an observational drawing.
Label your drawing with the plant's name.
Can you find out about the life cycle of a flowering
plant? BBC Bitesize or Twinkl can help.
Listen to 'Flowers In The Rain' by The Move.
Listen to 'The Flower Duet' by Delibes