Hi Year 2
We are in the middle of the week. Let’s carry on with the fantastic work you are doing.
Here are today’s learning activities.
English – Reading
Sing along by listening and reading the lyrics on the screen.
Answer the following comprehension questions.
- What is on the roses?
- What does the dog do?
- Can you think of a different word to sad?
- What do you infer is in the ‘brown paper packages tied up with string’ and why?
- Why do you think the ‘silver white winters melt into spring’?
English – Writing
We want you to stay positive and to see the happiness all around you, even if it’s hard to see at the moment.
Draw and write sentences about, at least four, of your favourite things and things that make you happy.
Remember to use conjunctions when telling me why they are your favourite things.
Can you use any adjectives to describe them?
Sounds Write – Phonics (endings) ‘y into i es’
Review: Read the following Year 2 words – beautiful, any, because, should, babies, cities.
Read: fancies, berries, bullies, ponies.
Write: lorries, ladies, fairies, dictionaries.
Dictation: The ladies were eating sweet berries and French fancies in their garden. The lorries were loud as they rushed by.
What are the missing numbers?
Maths Learning Task
Solve the following problems. Don’t forget to give reasons to your workings. How do you know? What do you notice? 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 at least four times? Remember to leave a finger space.
Tick your neatest formation and be proud of your handwriting.
Which of these are living things? How do you know?
What did learn about…
*the polar bear
*the brown bear
and their habitats?
This is one of my favourite stories. Join in with the words and actions.
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Miss Duncan and Miss Battams