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Year 1 - Home Learning Pack

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Due to the Coronavirus, schools are closed / may risk closing in the near future. Here at Primary Stars Education we want to ensure that your children can keep learning while they are at home and that you are prepared in these unpredictable times.

To cater for all needs, this pack is a mixture of worksheets and practical activities keeping children engaged.

How do I teach this pack?

There is no requirement to have specific curricular knowledge. These packs cover content from previous lessons, therefore children should already have an understanding of the concepts.

No. of pages: 22

Year 1
Home Learning Pack

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Due to the Coronavirus, schools are closed / may risk closing in the near future. Here at Primary Stars Education we want to ensure that your children can keep learning while they are at home and that you are prepared in these unpredictable times.

To cater for all needs, this pack is a mixture of worksheets and practical activities keeping children engaged.

How do I teach this pack?

There is no requirement to have specific curricular knowledge. These packs cover content from previous lessons, therefore children should already have an understanding of the concepts.

No. of pages: 22

Free PowerPoint Presentations

Our free, editable PowerPoint presentations can be used interactively or printed out to be worked on.
These packs are from the spring term so children should already have an understanding of the concepts taught.

Our free, editable PowerPoint presentations can be used interactively or printed out to be worked on. These packs are from the spring term so children should already have an understanding of the concepts taught.

Week 1: Addition & Subtraction

Week 2: Addition & Subtraction

Week 3: Addition & Subtraction

Week 4: Addition & Subtraction

Week 5: Place Value (within 50)

Week 6: Place Value (within 50)

Week 7: Place Value (within 50)

Week 8: Length & Height

Week 9: Length & Height

Week 10: Weight & Volume

Week 11: Weight & Volume

2 Comments

  1. Today we used our measuring skills to bake a cake. My little one helped measure out the ingredients and read the numbers on the scale. We then wrote a set of numbered instructions for the recipe.

    We had a lot of fun… especially when it came to eating the cake! 🙂

  2. Today we went on a number hunt and found things around the house that displayed numbers. Jack explained how and why numbers were used. We found things like clocks, calendars, measuring jugs, TV remote, etc. He loved having the opportunity to learn at home.


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Government Guidance - Hygiene for children

e-Bug resources are recommended by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence to teach pupils about hygiene.  Useful key sections are:

KS1: Horrid Hands and Super Sneezes
Horrid hands
Super sneezes

KS2: Hand Hygiene and Respiratory Hygiene
Hand hygiene
Respiratory hygiene

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