Welcome to week 7! As usual there will be daily literacy,
numeracy and a creative section.
You can do just a few of these activities or all of them -
it's up to you.
Also included is Miss Bonthrone's weekly challenge and
a mystery object.
You can email your class teachers to share any of your
work that you complete at home. We look forward to you
Monday 18th May
Click on summer term week 4 ( wc 11th May )
Add by Making 10
What does making 10 mean?
Do you know your number bonds to 10? 20? We
practised these a couple of weeks ago.
Ask someone to say a number 0 to 10. Can you
answer with the number that makes 10?
Ask someone to say a number 0 to 20.
Can you answer with the number that makes 20?
Find a picture of anything you like: in a book, on a
wall at home, in a magazine or comic.
Can you write four to six sentences about it?
Remember sentences start with a capital, end with a
full-stop and have finger spaces between words.
Use phonics knowledge to have a go at spelling new
Mini Music Makers Episode 3 on You Tube
How do you feel today? Happy or sad?
Paint a picture to show how you feel.
Think about the colours you would choose.
What will you paint?
Share your painting with someone and tell them how
How many kick-ups with a football can you do?
Challenge your family. Remember to stretch first.
Set up some 'cones' and practise dribbling around
Tuesday 19th May
Can you make a number line to 20 starting from 0?
Use a rule. You can print one from Twinkl.co.uk
Practise counting forward and backward from different
places on the number line. Point to each number as you
Use the number line to help you complete the following:
7 - 5 = 7 + 5 =
8 - 3 = 8 + 3 =
9 - 7 = 9 + 7 =
13 - 5 = 13 + 5 =
20 - 8 = 8 + 9 =
17 - 6 = 3 + 17 =
Remember to count on from the highest number to
complete the additions.
Can you fill in the missing
__ + 3 = 5 6 + __ = 10
9 - __ = 2 11 + __ = 14
16 + __ = 18 __ - 3 = 7
Who lives in your house (including your pets)?
Can you write two sentences about each of them?
Who are they? What are they wearing?
What are their likes and dislikes?
Draw and label a picture of everyone.
At night turn off the lights and look through your
window. Can you see the stars? Can you see Venus?
(it looks like a very bright star).
Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can be seen in the early
Look at the moon. What do you think the Moon might
be saying to planet Earth right now?
Write a letter and draw a picture for your
grandparents or great grandparents.
Post it to them.
have you learnt a new song recently?
Wednesday 20th May
Balance the Numbers
4 + 3 is the same as 6 + 1.
4 + 3 = 6 + 1
Both sums have a total of 7.
8 + 4 = __ + __
5 + 5 = __ + __
12 + 3 = __ + __
Can you make some addition balance sums of your own?
Can you do some subtraction balance sentences?
Eg: 7 - 5 = 2 - 0. Both total 2.
Write three 'I can' sentences. Can you extend the
sentences using the word 'and'?
Can you use the word 'but' to extend the sentences?
Eg: I can run fast but I can't play hockey.
What new things are you looking forward to learning
about in the future?
Spend a day dressed up as a favourite character.
What might that character be doing during lockdown?
Be very still in your back garden, out on a walk, or
looking through the window. Choose one bird and find
out all about it. Draw it carefully.
Make a crown or a hat. Use a headband and attach
anything you find. Make an indoors or an outdoors
one! Send a photo of you wearing it to your class
Thursday 21st May
Can you get 3 items from a kitchen cupboard in
packets or tins? How much do they weigh? How do
you know? (look at the label).
Can you draw them and label them with their weight
from the lightest to the heaviest?
What does g stand for? What does kg stand for?
Find 3 more items and put in order of heaviest to
Practise your phonics levels 3 to 5 and
high-frequency words, reading and spelling.
Play Hide and Seek with your family.
Write down the days of the week and make a
Kindness Calendar. Record something kind you have
seen or done every day.
How long can you keep your calendar going for?
BBC Bitesize KS1: Animals that live in the sea.
How many different animals can you spot? Can you
think of any more?
Draw your favourite. Can you draw and label all
Friday 22nd May
Cut out some pictures of anything you like!
Houses, pets, plants, wild animals...anything!
Stick them in order onto a piece of paper from left
to right: heaviest to lightest OR lightest to heaviest.
There are lots of activities on twinkle.co.uk.
Just enter: weighing key stage 1 on their website.
What are you looking forward to when school
resumes? What will be the same? What may be
Talk about it and email a letter to your teacher
using the class email.
She is missing you.
Which materials dissolve in water?
Fill a bowl with water.
Can you find some wax, sugar, sand, salt and jelly?
Make a prediction: Which will dissolve?
Test each one. Were you right?
KS1 SummerArt David Hockney: Water powerpoint
Can you draw or paint water? When the sun is
shining on it?
What different colours and shades will you need?
Find out the names of six different birds you might
see in your garden or out walking. Look carefully at
their colours. Start to keep a list of all the
different birds you have spotted.