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Y1 Home Learning Wednesday 3.2.21

Here are the Year 1 tasks for Wednesday 3.2.21

Maths– Live Online session 9:00 – 10:30

L.O. To be able to identify and record tens and ones up to 50.

I can count and record tens and ones using tens frames.


I can count and record tens and ones using base ten.


I can draw tens and ones accurately


I can problem solve problems relating to tens and ones.









Starter: Watch ‘Number blocks’ clip about numbers with 10 in (teens numbers)

Watch tens and ones song looking at teen numbers.        


Main: Play tens and one Basketball select up to 49.  

Watch this teaching video to help support the learning of counting and recording tens and ones to 50.                  


Please find the Maths activities attached to the blog.


English –  

LO: To be able to identify the features of a missing poster.

I know a missing poster is for lost things.

I know a missing poster needs a picture.

I know that a missing poster includes as description.

I can identify features of a missing poster and identify which are most useful.


Recap the story of ‘Up and Down’ but stop when the boy reaches the airport:


How could the boy find the penguin?  What would you do if someone or something was lost? What things can you do to find them?

Watch the teaching video here:



Identify the different features of a missing poster.  You may do this alongside the video, or you may wish to look at the examples of missing posters to do this afterwards in more detail. 

Yelllow – you may want to get an adult to write down your ideas.

Blue, Green, White – You can all record your own ideas.

Phonics –

Your child should know which group they go to for phonics. If they are unsure, please contact us and we will let you know.  Below are the sounds that the children can practice next using some of the links below.

Phonics Play login details – Username: Thrapston Password: Thrapston

Please see the attached document for today’s tasks.


Science –

LO: To be able to understand animals’ adaptations.

I know what camouflage means.

I can name animals that are camouflage to their environment.

I can explain why some animals are camouflage


Watch the teaching video here:  

Watch BBC clip on camouflage


Activity: Make a cut-out of an animal and colour it with markings so that it camouflages into the colour of your room or garden.


Try to answer these questions.

What is it called when an animal blends into its environment?

What are two reasons why an animal will blend into its environment?

What are two ways an animal can blend into its environment?


Computing -  

LO: To be able to film video using a device.

Watch the introductory teaching video here:

Task: To use a video recording device that you have available to practice making short videos.  Re-watch them and check the quality, what could you do next time to improve them.  You could video yourself going through the steps of your healthy recipe as a practise, however you do not need to actually make your healthy recipe this week!

Remember the tips for keeping it still and filming in landscape. 

Remember you must always have permission from people to film them too.