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Welcome to our KS1 Home Learning Page!


Class Contact information:

We have provided a class email address for you if you have any concerns over your child's learning whilst we are away from school.  Please feel free to email us and we will endeavour to reply as soon as we can.

Paris Class


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Berlin Class


Suggested Timetable

Ideas of how to support your child:

• Find objects around your home and use your phonics to label them. 

• Read a book everyday and write a sentence about what happened in the story, remembering to include capital letters and full stops.  Can you write in paragraphs too?

You could label your story too.

Why not write a book review?  Mark it out of 10...

Or make your favourite book into a cartoon strip.  Remember the speech bubbles!

• Collect 10 pairs of socks, use them to practise counting in 2s forwards and backwards.  What would happen if each sock was worth 20, instead of 2?

• Get a pile of your favourite toys or Lego, group them into tens an ones and count how many you have.  What would happen if you added 10 more? 20 more? 50 more?

• Get some seeds and plant them and record how high your plant grows each day. Why not make a seed diary and record carefully what happens?  Could you use a table to record your results?  Think about how we recorded our results when we made a rain guage....

• Keep a diary - it is really fun to read it back a few weeks later and remember what you did.  What was your favourite day?

• Practise spellings from the Y1/2 words list and put them into sentences 

• Practise 2, 5 and 10 times tables 

• Complete calculations using all four operations (+, -, x and ÷) 

• Measure objects around your home and record the lengths 

• Go on a 3D shape hunt, write the names of all the shapes you find, then make a table and record the number of faces, edges and vertices for each object. 

• Collect some coins from your money box, list the coins you have and find the total amount. Try to make the same amount using different coins.

Why not make a shop?  You could add teddies or cars or lego bricks..... make labels for the prices and write a shopping list.  What can you afford to buy today?

Useful Websites:

BBC Learning


Active Learn




Robin Hood MAT - learning resource

Indoor ideas for kids

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