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2019 and 2020 

 

February 

 

Literacy

Talking and Listening:

  • tell real and imagined stories using the conventions of familiar story language
  • ask relevant questions
  • recount main points in own words
     
    Text Level Work
  • understand the concept of story types by examining events, settings, characters and language used
  • use story settings from reading, e.g. re-describe, use in own writing
  • know how to predict, e.g.  story endings/incidents
     
    Sentence Level Work
  • use the grammar of a sentence in conjunction with decoding skills to read new or unfamiliar words, e.g. predict text from the grammar, read on, leave a gap and re-read
     
  • read aloud with intonation and expression appropriate to the grammar and punctuation (sentences, speech marks, exclamation marks);
  • identify speech marks in reading, understand their purpose, use the terms correctly
     
    Word Level Work
  • understand and use the terms ‘vowel’ and ‘consonant’
  • identify, segment and blend syllables in words orally, in reading and in writing
  •  read and spell multi-syllable words with one letter one sound correspondence
     
    ICT opportunities:
     
    Children will write their own ending of The Frog Princess using the computer and 2Simple or Word. (Exhibit)
     
    Children to write their instructions for their bee-bot journey in Fairy-tale Land. (Plan)
    Children will then test out their commands (Do)
    Pupils will discuss this with their peers and make any changes if required (review)

     
    Explore: explore and interact with a digital device. Carry out a set of instructions using a digital device.
    Evaluate: talk about their work and improve their work.
    Exchange: Photograph/Record their work using the IPad and use this to inform the Do/Review aspect.
     
     
     
     

Numeracy

 

Number

Recognise spoken numbers within 100.

Read numbers within 100.

Write numbers within 100.

Know number “after” within 100.

Know number “before” within 100.

Know number “between” within 100.

Add 10 to any number using the 50 grid, using and explaining number patterns.

Add a multiple of 10 to a multiple of 10 using the 50 grid, using and explaining number patterns.

Subtract 10 from any number using the 50 grid, using and explaining number patterns.

Subtract a multiple of 10 from a multiple of 10 using the 50 grid, using and explaining number patterns.

Find different ways of paying exact amounts within 50p, e.g. using the least number of coins.

Mental Maths

Count forwards in ones within 100, from different starting numbers.

Count backwards in ones within 100, from different starting numbers.

Handling Data

Use given two criteria Carroll Diagrams to sort for negation, explaining completed diagram (e.g stating how many coins were not sliver and not round).

Sort Attribute Blocks on two criteria Carroll Diagrams.

Measure

Choose and use suitable non-standard units to estimate and then measure the length of an object. Explain reasons for choice.

 

Choose and use suitable non-standard units to estimate and then measure the weight of an object. Explain reasons for choice.

Shape and Space

Describe the properties of known 2D shapes using appropriate mathematical language.

 

Wildlife and countryside

Literacy

Listen to and learn poems about animals

Listen to and read stories about badgers, farm animals

Write a report about an animal (wild/tame)

Write about looking after a pet

Numeracy

Use tally marks to record where children live i.e. town or country

Record how many pets the children have using tally marks and bar graph

 

Arts / PE

Study artists’ paintings of animals/countryside. Discuss and imitate their style (Art)

Act out scenes from animal stories e.g. The Three Little Pigs (Drama)

Listen to and identify music/songs about animals, countryside (Music)

Sing/perform simple farm songs and add accompaniment (Music)

Respond to different types of music e.g. Country, Country and Western (Dance

 

Interdependence

That there is a variety of plant and animal life in the world around them.

To recognise that there are different environments in which plants and animals can live together.

To be aware that human waste can be harmful for living things in the environment.

The basic needs of animals and plants for survival.

How people’s actions can affect plants, animals and places.

 

Place

About some of the different plants and animals from a variety of places.

 

Movement and energy  

That animals move in a variety of ways.

How seasonal changes causes animals to move.

That changes to the environments can cause people and animals to move.

That weather affects the movements of people, goods and animals.

 

 

 

 

 

Catholic schools week - the children’s illustrations are of ways we share Gods love. We also each wrote a little prayer of our own and made them into a paper chain of things we are thankful for.

Using ICT in the classroom

ACTIVITY BASED LEARNING

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