Year 1 Home Learning Thursday 4th June 2020

Hello Year 1!

Here are today’s activities.

Phonics – This week’s spellings are our Jumping orange words. These are our year one National Curriculum words.

For today’s activity I  would like you to create a piece of WordArt using the words.

 Literacy – Today’s task can be found on BBC Bitesize and looks at exclamation marks. Head over to the BBC website where you will find some activities to complete. There are some helpful videos to watch to support your learning and under the videos you will find some fun activities to put into practise what you have learnt.

I am really looking forward to seeing your work on the homework blog or you can continue to send via our year 1 email if preferred.

 Maths – Today’s Maths activity is a continuation of the White Rose work.  Head over to the BBC Bitesize website via the same link used for the Literacy above to find today’s task about measuring and mass. Again, there are some wonderful clips and advise for parents to share and then a supporting worksheet is attached below to practise your new skills. The worksheet can be found below (It can be copied or adapted by hand if you do not have access to a printer).

Thursday Lesson 4 – Measure capacity

And the answers can be found here:

Thursday Lesson 4 Answers – Measure capacity.


Afternoon activities – This week’s theme is History.  I know how much you enjoy History lessons in school so it would be great to see what you can do at home. Here are some ideas:


When you complete an activity please upload them to the Year 1 homework blog for us all to see. I know you may feel like there have been so many posts, you wonder whether to still keep uploading them, but I assure you we are loving seeing you and your work at home so please do keep them up.


As a little tip, for those of you feeling particularly studious, each day on the BBC Bitesize page alongside the Literacy and Maths, you will also find a daily foundation subject you may like to complete. This isn’t expected but you may find these additional lessons fun as well as educational.


I look forward to seeing your work,

From Miss Hailey