Year 2 Home Learning Tasks – Wednesday 22nd April
Good morning Year 2!
Happy Earth Day!
We hope you have a wonderful day.
Miss Battams and Miss Duncan 🙂
Here are today’s learning activities:
Read the following text and answer the comprehension questions in full sentences.
Imagine you are planet Earth. What would you say if you could speak?
Would it be about the different continents or countries? The weather? How to look after it?
Write sentences in the role of the Earth with the following sentence opener.
‘If the Earth could speak it would say…’
Sounds-Write Phonics – suffixes/endings of words (-ment, -ness, -ful, -less)
Review Read the following Year 2 words – because, should, would, floor, door, any
Read the words: careful, beautiful, hopeful, successful
Write the words: helpful, powerful, spoonful, thoughtful.
Dictation: The careful but hopeful girl put a spoonful of sugar into her breakfast. She was cheerful and skipped off to school.
Basic Skills: Put these numbers from smallest to biggest
22 68 10 44 86 30 54 72 96 100
Challenge: What do you notice about these numbers? Odd? Even? Any links to the times tables.
Create a list of the fruit in the picture and how many of each are there.
Create a bar chart to represent your list.
Remember that 1 box represents 1 piece of fruit.
Warm up: Wiggle your fingers up high, down low, to the side and in front of you.
Stretch your fingers out like fireworks twelve times.
Can you write the following letters joined up? Remember to leave a finger space.
Tick your neatest formation and be proud of your handwriting.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6DSMZ8b3LE watch and sing along to ‘The Continents Song’
To celebrate ‘Earth Day’ draw, label and/or write about your favourite part of the Earth.
This might be an ocean, continent or country.
Why is it your favourite?
What lives there?
What is the weather like?
Read your school reading book or complete a challenge from yesterday’s ‘Bella the Dog Reading Challenge’.
Enjoy your activities and please send us pictures and comments to keep us updated!
You can send questions or pictures of your work to our year group email address: email@example.com.
Miss Duncan and Miss Battams.
9 thoughts on “Year 2 Home Learning Tasks – Wednesday 22nd April”
1 nothimg else can eat it
2cool water close to the coast
If I was on the earth I would say there are a lot of planets around me. I am hot in some places and cool in others. I look after lots of animals and I am covered in water. I have ice at the top and bottom of me. I see grass all over me.
Good job Connor.
Is the big its see Crichton’s,.in warm
water.amesig. They live bet tween and one hundred years.they can grow up to six metres log.they have up to 300 teeth.
Elliot’s writing takes for today (although he dictated it for me to type).
If the Earth could speak it would say stop putting rubbish on my body. Be careful where you put your houses because you are ruining parks and cutting down my hair which is the trees. Be careful setting fires because I’m too hot and I’m burning. And if you keep killing my animals and creatures I’m sad to say you will die too.
Morning miss Batman
I read that there is a package to pick up but want to know if its different from the one given to them on the last lockdown day.
The learning package is the one that the girls were sent home with on the last day before school closed. The ones to collect are for those children who were not in to take theirs. All addtional work to go alongside the home learning packs is being set daily here on the blog. If you have any questions drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miss Battams 🙂
What a lovely piece of writing.
I like the idea that the trees are the Earth’s hair.
1. Why do you think that the great white shark is at the top of the ocean’s food chain?
They are the biggest fish on our planet which eat other fish and animals.
2. Where are most great white sharks found?
All of the world’s ocean, but mostly found in cool water close to the coast.
3. Find and copy the adjective that the author uses to describe the shark’s sense of smell?
4. Number these facts from 1-3 to show the order they appear in the text?
1) They live between thirty and one hundred years.
2) They can grow up to six metres long.
3) They have up to three hundred teeth.
If the earth could speak i would say please keep the earth clean, tidy and safe.
10, 26, 30, 44, 54, 68, 72, 96 and 100.
Odd and Even.
Banana – 7
Carrot – 5
Tomato – 4
Apple – 2
Pear – 4
What lovely ideas for if the Earth could speak.