Wednesday 25th March 2020
Hello Year 2,
I hope you had another wonderful day at home. I was at school today and the weather was beautiful. We were able to spend sometime on the school field. It was lovely and warm.
Here are today’s learning activities:
Independently complete the Key Stage 1 English reading paper.
Once finished look through the paper.
Did you answer all the questions?
Did you find any of them challenging?
Which ones and why?
Review all previously learnt sounds and reading the following words – amazement, involvement, assortment, prove, improve.
Read the words: Adding the suffix -ness.
Glad -gladness, hard-hardness, sad-sadness.
Write the words: Well-wellness, mad – madness, ill-illness.
Sound Swap: Mad, madness, sadness, sad, sard, hard, hardness
Basic Skills – Can you recall the five times table up to 12×5?
Extension – Can you do it out of order?
Can you remember what the fraction ‘a third’ looks like?
What does it mean? ‘_ equal parts of a whole’.
Look at the pictures below.
Do they represent a third? How do you know? If it is not a third what fraction is it. Prove it!
Warm up: Wiggle your fingers up high, down low, to the side and in front of you.
Stretch your fingers out like fireworks eleven times.
Can you write the following letters joined up? Remember to leave a finger space.
Tick your best one.
What does ‘living’ ‘no longer living’ and ‘never lived’ mean to you?
Can you think of any examples we have looked at in school during our Science lessons?
Look around your home and, if possible, outside in your garden or outside space.
Can you find any objects that are ‘living’, ‘no longer living’ and ‘never lived’?
How do you know?
Can you draw then, label them and write your responses.
Can you listen to a story?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuTlQCGxE5Y ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’
Relax, get comfortable and show off your amazing listening skills.
Keep going everyone!
We know it’s different and that can sometimes be worrying but we are so proud of you and how resilient you’re being!
Enjoy your activities and please send us pictures and comments to keep us updated!
Miss Duncan and Miss Battams x