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Y1 Home Learning Thursday 4.2.21

Here are the Year 1 tasks for Thursday 4.2.21

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

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

I can show what is missing.

I can use adjectives.

I can record a description.

I can include other features that I think are useful.


Watch the teaching video here:



Choose one challenge today.  They all build on each other though, so if you want to add more to your poster the next challenge up will show you how you can develop your poster.

Yellow – Create a missing poster with a title and a picture.

Blue – Create a missing poster with a title, picture and some adjectives to describe the penguin.

Green – Create a missing poster with a title, picture and a written description of the penguin.

White – Create a missing poster with a title, picture, description and any other features you think would be useful.


Maths – LO: To be able to represent numbers to 50.

I can represent numbers to 50 using tens and ones.

I can represent numbers to 50 using part whole models.

I can represent numbers up to 50 by using visual representations.

I can solve problems when representing numbers to 50.


Starter:  Watch counting in tens song.

Play Deinnes (Base 10) place value game to help support with partitioning tens and ones.


Main: Watch the teaching video to help support the teaching of representing numbers to 50.  


Please see Maths activities attached on the blog.


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.


Geography –

LO: To be able to recognise the symbols used on an Ordnance Survey map.

Watch the teaching video here:


Using the document attached below can you identify which ordnance survey symbol matches which photograph.  Are there any clues that you can use in the symbol to help you? 

For more practise follow this link to take you to a child friendly page all about using ordnance survey maps and understanding the symbols used on the maps.

You could also play this game on the Ordnance Survey website:



For further reading or challenge you may want to have a look at the attached document – Map Reading Made Easy.  Read the information and see if you can answer the questions. 



Handwriting -  L.O. To be able to form capital letters C and G correctly.

Please see video: