Hi Year 2
We hope you had a great weekend.
If you were in school like normal, this week would of been our quiz week. It would be your chance to show off all of your amazing knowledge.
While it is disappointing to miss them, you can still show us your fantastic learning by commenting on the blog or emailing us your work.
Here are today’s learning activities.
English – Grammar
You are going to be the teacher and do some marking.
Below are sentences that are missing capital letters and full stops.
Read the sentences then rewrite them so that they are correct.
English – Writing
This week we are going to be looking at letter writing.
Write a list, using bullets points, about what you need to include when writing a letter.
Are there any specific features in a letter you must include?
Have you written a letter before? Who to and why did you write the letter?
Sounds-Write Phonics (‘ed’ to a root word that ends with a y. Copy becomes copied so the ‘y’ becomes ‘i’ before the ending is added)
Review: Read the following Year 2 words – pretty, should, door, because, sugar, parents, Mr.
Read: copied, tried, cried, hurried.
Write: ferry – ferried, carry – carried, marry – married, worry – worried
Dictation: The worried man cried as he tried to carry the married lady.
Maths – Basic Skills
Below are some quiz style (arithmetic) calculations.
Find the total for the four different mathematical operations.
Maths – Task
Look at the two step problems below.
Solve the problem and explain what you did, what you noticed and how you did it.
Warm up: Wiggle your fingers up high, down low, to the side and in front of you.
Stretch your fingers out like fireworks five times.
Write the following Year 2 Common Exception Words joined up at least six times? Remember to leave a finger space.
Tick your neatest formation and be proud of your handwriting.
For History today we are going to use a new BBC Bitesize online History lesson. It’s about Neil Armstrong and should remind you of your learning from our History lessons.
Watch the video/lesson and complete activity 1 and 2.
Please let us know how you got on with this style of lesson. Did you enjoy it? Was it useful? Was there anything you didn’t like about it?
Watch and listen to a wonderfully calming story.
Remember to leave us a comment on the blog to share your learning or you can email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Get in touch with us via the email if you have any questions about today’s learning. We look forward to seeing your work!
Miss Duncan and Miss Battams