Good morning Year 2!
It’s the last day of this week’s home learning. We hope you have enjoy your activities this week and are keeping safe at home.
Miss Battams and Miss Duncan 🙂
Here are today’s learning activities:
Look at the picture.
What do you know? Use the sentence opener ‘I know…’
What do infer? Use the sentence opener ‘I infer…’
Write your responses in full sentences.
Today you are going to be a teacher and mark your own work.
Using the checklist below, read back your writing. Have you included everything?
Using a different coloured pen or pencil, edit your work to include anything that is missing. This is what we do in class using our purple pens.
Remember editing is to make your work go from being good to amazing. It doesn’t mean you ‘got things wrong’ but that it helps you remember the details for next time.
Story Writing Checklist
- Capital letter at the start of a sentence
- Capital letter for a name, if used
- Finger spaces
- Full stops
- A character
- A setting
- A problem
- An ending
- Adjectives in an expanded noun
- Punctuation such as a question mark
Sounds-Write Phonics – suffixes/endings of words (-ment, -ness, -ful, -less)
Review Read the following Year 2 words – because, climb, every, last, path, mind.
Read the words: movement, kindness, cheerful, endless
Write the words: spotless, careful, darkness, enjoyment
Speed Read: enjoyment, coldness, wonderful, speechless, helpless, powerful, weakness, equipment, coldness, careless, forgetful, disappointment, spoonful, unfairness, colourless, unhappiness.
True or False
110p = £1
Prove your reasoning by drawing/writing about your ideas.
Challenge: When using money, what do the symbols ‘p’ and ‘£’ represent?
Look at the shapes. Which are 2D and which are 3D?
List the name of the shapes and write next to them if it is a 2D or 3D shape.
Look around your home. Can you find any objects that are the same shape as the ones on your list?
How do you know? Can you describe any of the shapes using their properties?
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 words joined up? Remember to leave a finger space.
Tick your neatest formation and be proud of your handwriting.
Read the text below.
Jesus chose friends to help him. These men were called his disciples and they spent time with him. They listened to him and followed him. They became friends and enjoyed a close friendship. Jesus taught and led His disciples just like a teacher in a school does with the children they work with. Jesus was preparing them for when he would leave Earth and they would continue his work. Jesus commanded his disciples to make more disciples. Jesus wanted them to teach and lead others and tell them about God. He led them so that they could follow his example.
What qualities might you want in a new friend?
Write your response in full sentences.
With an adult in your home, discuss what you would do if you saw this.
Where is your favourite place to read a story? Your bed? Sofa? Garden?
Find your favourite place and read a story.
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.
Have a lovely weekend!
Miss Duncan and Miss Battams.