# Supporting Learning At Home

Home Revision Block 3

Literacy Activity 1.

Writing – Scots animals

Can you choose one of the following animals to write a description about.

Dug = dog

Tod = fox

Puddock = frog

cuddle = horse

doo = pigeon

coo = cow

bubbly-jock = turkey

• Remember to include lots of interesting adjectives
• Example – The brock had a shiny  jet black coat with a strip of silver that glistened in the moonlight.

Activity 2

Rhyming words

From,” The Spell Shell” by Roderick Hunt

” Down by the sea,

where the waves slip and skim,

two children are playing

while the sea creatures swim.”

• Can you write down 4 words that rhyme with skim and swim ?

” Inside the shell

has a pearly blue sheen.

The outside is speckled

with orange and green.”

• Sheen and green rhyme. Can you write down 5 other words that rhyme with sheen and green ?
• Remember the words you think of may sound the same but, they may have a different spelling eg  sheen and mean.
• Can you spot any words or objects  around your house  or in books that rhyme with spell and shell ? For example – door bell.

Maths

Activity 1

How many 2D and 3D shapes can you find around your house and garden ?

• Can you name the shapes?
• Could you build a 2D or a 3D robot or monster with the shapes that you found?

Numeracy

Sequence the following numbers from smallest to largest.

7         23         19           2             12

Sequence the following numbers from largest to smallest.

7      23    19        2       12

Now try these:

12 + _ = 20. What is the missing number ?

16+ _ = 22. Can you work out what the  missing number is?

Word problems

• Jimmy has 12 slices of pizza and he has 3 friends. He wants everyone to have the same amount of pizza. ( Remember to include Jimmy too! )

How many slices of pizza do Jimmy and his friends eat ?

• Flora has 16 flowers and she buys 5 more roses. How many flowers does Flora have now?

Health and Wellbeing

Draw a picture of someone who helps you. Label your drawing with 5 things they do to make you happy.

• Now give your drawing to the person who helps you. How do you think your act of kindness will make them feel ?

Cosmic Yoga kids – Dance Party

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Home Revision Block 2

Literacy Activity 1

Writing – Recount Text

Choose  an event to retell.   For example.

• make your favourite sandwich?
• going to your football/rugby/Brownies/swimming club
• attending a party
• weekend event

Retell the event by using the Recount Text Structure.   Remember this has already happened and you should write in the past tense e.g. I went to the park.  I ate an apple.    You can write this or you can record yourself orally retelling the event.

Title:  what is the text about?

Orientation:  Provide information about Who?  Where? and When?

Sequence of Events:   What happened?    First…  Then…. Next….  After…. Finally

Personal Comment:   How did you feel about the event?

Below is an example to help you.

Rhyme and Analogy

Can you find words in your reading book or around your house that rhyme with the following words?

• pig  wig  fig  tig
• ram jam ham Pam
• shop hop top flop
• hay say pay May

These are some of the word families we have been learning about in our Rhyme and Analogy books in class.

Can you draw or paint  pictures of things that rhyme with the following words?

• pig  wig  fig  tig
• ram jam ham Pam
• shop hop top flop
• hay say pay May

Can you write more words that would belong to these word families?

Numeracy/ Maths

Can you use the measuring tape in your read, write, count bag to point to and say numbers to 50?

Now can you write or paint  the numbers 20-30, 30-40 and 40-50 correctly?  Can you make theses numbers with twigs and stones that you find outdoors?

Number

Counting in twos and linking to the 2 times table.

Start at 0 and count in twos to 24.

These are all even numbers.

1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,17,19,21 and 23 are all odd numbers.

Complete pupil sheet 4 below to explore odd and even numbers.

Pupil sheet 4

Addition and subtraction facts for 20.

Complete sheets 7 and 8 to explore addition and subtraction to 20.

Sheet 7

sheet 8

Length –  can you measure things in your house and garden that are the same length as

• 10 hand spans
• 20 hand spans
• 10 footsteps
• 20 footsteps

Do other people in your family get the same answers as you? Can you explain your answer ?

Health and Wellbeing

Keep Connected

• create your own team t-shirt by drawing or adding photos of the special people in your life (who is in your back-up team) on the blank outline of the t-shirt.

### Literacy

Literacy activity 1

Writing- Descriptive Text

Choose a relative or friend and draw a detailed picture.

Label your drawing using adjectives ( eg short, brown hair) to describe what the person looks like.

Think about what things your friend/relative likes to do and make some notes on the back.

Then write your description using your labelled plan. Remember to use the following structure:

• Title ( to identify who the text is about)
• Introduction ( who it is )
• Characteristics ( what does the person look like and what can the person do)
• Personal Comment ( evaluation – how do you feel about this person).

Below is an example to help you.

Literacy activity 2

Rhyming words.

Can you find words in your reading book or around your house that rhyme with the following words?

• cat    pin   bed   dog
• cap  hen  nut  lid

These are some of the word families we have been learning about in our Rhyme and Analogy books in class.

Can you draw pictures of things that rhyme with the following words?

• cat    pin   bed   dog
• cap  hen  nut  lid

### Numeracy

– level 1  addition and subtraction to 20

Can you challenge yourself to beat the timer?

In Numeracy we have been working on improving our skills in addition and subtraction to 20.

Can you try the following sums ?

16+ ? = 20     17+ ? = 20          15+ ? = 20            12+ ? = 20

Now can you explain to someone how you worked out your answer?

Try some sums using your own numbers up to 20.

Can you find the missing numbers in the subtraction sums below?

17- ? = 4         19- ? = 6         14- ? = 3             15- ? = 1

Now, try to explain to someone how you worked out your answer.

Can you make up some subtraction sums of your own?

( Numbers to 20)

### Health and Wellbeing

Resilience

In class we have discussed what strategies and things we do to cope when things go wrong.

Draw or write about some of the strategies that have helped you eg. take a breath, talk it over,

Decorate a box or jar and label it,” My Resilience Toolkit” and put your pictures/drawings in it.