Welcome to some more Year 1 Tasks Tasks 3 Listen to Episode 3 of Little Red Riding Hood https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/english-ks1-ks2-english-little-red-riding-hood/zn9tmfr Think about what has happened in the three episode so far. Look at these emojis Choose an emoji and say which character felt like this and explain when Mrs Midgeley ? Little Red Riding Hood ? Ma ? The Wolf ? For example: ‘I am choosing the happy emoji. Red Riding Hood felt like this when she baked a cake for Grandma.’ The big question(s) Red Riding Hood seems so busy helping everyone. Do you think she goes to school? Should Red Riding Hood be allowed to go to Grandma’s on her own? Is there really a Wolf? Vocabulary to discuss dozy, nervous Create a new dessert for Red Riding Hood to make. You will need to think of a name for it, list the ingredients and write a description of it Maths Watch this video and discuss with your child. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_97AO2SkGU Longer or shorter than 2metres! Outdoor scavenger hunt! Begin by making small world queues on the carpet area. Ask the children to compare the length of the queues to see if they can use any of their knowledge from yesterday. Discuss which queue is the longest/ shortest? Convince me? Then model seeing which queue is longer or shorter than 2metres. Use metre sticks and tape measures to see if these things are longer or shorter than 2 metres and record it on the sheet! Make an estimate first – I think the fence panel is longer than 2 metres etc. a fence panel the width of your garden the length of the shed you! a friend/ your mum, dad or teacher! a grassy area Your drive way/ pathway a table the sofa your bed Tasks 4 English- Yes you guessed it…we are going to continue with Little Red’s story today…into the wood we go… https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/english-ks1-ks2-english-little-red-riding-hood-4/zbwfpg8 The big question(s) Is Red Riding Hood’s instinct right – should she trust the hairy dog? Did Red Riding Hood make a mistake? Are the fairies really there? Vocabulary to discuss dawdle, peering through, fascinated, darted away, raided his wardrobe, Let’s Act This is a great scene for children to act out in pairs Red Riding Hood meets the Wolf is disguise Which character said this? I do hope my little girl does not dawdle on the path. She is such a a kind daughter. I wish I could go with her. . Is that a fairy I can see over there? If I could just get a little closer then I would be able to see her. I know I shouldn’t go off the path but one minute won’t, will it? OK, so dear little Grandma lives at the end of the path, does she? Well, I am sure there is a shortcut I can find. Oh, and I need to get rid of this silly straw hat! I am so tired today. I hope I don’t get woken up by that wolf howling again. I have never heard a noise like it. How will I stay awake all day now? Maths 2 metre maths! Listen to this song about length. Sing and dance along! https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-length-height/zdrx92p Use your measuring skills to make lines of household objects 2 metres long. (Discuss that each item needs to be the same size for it to be a fair/ true comparison.) Make a 2 metre line of wooden blocks. How many blocks are in the line? (Record it on paper.) Make a 2 metre daisy chain, using daisies from outside. How many daisies are in the chain? Make a line of pencil crayons 2 metres long. How many pencil crayons have you used? You can get as creative as you want with the objects you use – teddies, dolls, stones, pinecones, tins from the cupboard, old toilet roll tubes, spaghetti! 2 metres is . . . 37 pinecones long, 18 pencils long, 12 teddies etc.