Hi Year 2
Today is the last day of term.
Next week will be a week off where you and the grown up who have been helping you can relax and have fun!
Here are today’s learning activities.
English – Reading
Look at the picture.
What do you know is happening?
What do you infer (think) is happening?
Predict what happens next?
Write your responses in full sentences using conjunctions.
English – Writing
Today you are going to edit your letter writing from yesterday.
Read your writing back.
Have you included:
- Capital letters
- Full Stops
- Finger Spaces
- Question Mark – if you have included a question
- Who it is written to
- Opening Sentence
- All of the ideas on your plan/ideas sheet
- Who it is from
Using a different colour pencil/pen (like a school with our purple pens), go back through your writing and see what you have included and what you can improve.
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
Sounds – Write Phonics (‘ed’ and ‘ing’ endings)
Review Read the following Year 2 words – both, who, clothes, people, break, sure.
Read the words: Worried Cried Chatting Sticking
Write the words: Replied Fried Raining Feeling Worried Tried Raining
Speed Read: worried, tried, raining, sticking, clapping, chatting, fried, cried, touching, replied, copied, flapping, feeling, sunning, dried, hurried, carried, married.
Maths – Basic Skills
Below are quiz style (arithmetic) questions for you to solve. They involve the four mathematical operations.
Maths – Tasks
Below are quiz style (reasoning) questions for you to solve.
Can you explain what you did?
Warm up: Wiggle your fingers up high, down low, to the side and in front of you.
Stretch your fingers out like fireworks seven times.
Can you 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.
Watch and listen to the story of the ‘The Good Samaritan’ and answer the following questions.
What was the Samaritan like?
What lessons have you learnt from this parable?
How can we show more kindness and compassion towards each other?
Discuss the question with an adult in your home.
Enjoy this story from Comic Kids.
Remember to leave us a comment on the blog to share your learning or you can email it to us at email@example.com. Get in touch with us via the email if you have any questions about today’s learning. We look forward to seeing your work!
Have a lovely half term.
Miss Duncan and Miss Battams