Good morning Year 2! It’s Friday!!! You’ve made it to the end of another week of home learning!! Give yourself a big pat on the back.
Here are your home learning tasks for today. Have a fantastic, fabulous, fun filled Friday!
Miss Battams and Miss Duncan.
Take a good look at these pictures. Can you make your own book and write a story using all of the pictures?
Your story should include:
- A beginning, middle and end.
- Time adverbials that tell us when things happen for example afterwards, before, later, the next day.
- capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.
- Expanded nouns to describe things for example the gloomy wood, the cloudy sky.
- conjunctions to add more detail and to explain things for example because, so, but.
- Verbs and adverbs to tell us what is happening and how for example, the girl skipped quickly.
Take care with spelling your Year 2 words and use your phonics sounds to help you with others. you should also try to keep your handwriting neat. you can add picytures to your book too to help you tell the story.
Today’s lesson is all about positional language in football. It’s a little different today!
Follow this link to access the online lesson: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zsvgn9q
1. Watch the short videos to learn all about position and how they are described in football using mathematical language.
2. Have a go at activity 1. This is an interactive online task but if you cannot access it online, you can still complete the same activity using the photographs from the online page below. You can write down your answers instead.
3. Have a go at Activity 3. Describing positions and planning a route. You only need to complete level one but you can do more if you would like.
if you cannot access it online, you can still complete the same activity using the photographs from the online page below. You can write down your answers instead.
For phonics we would like you to practice writing out these sentences using your knowledge of common exception word spellings and your knowledge of sound spellings. Ask an adult to read the sentences outloud to you. Repeat the sentence back to your adult and do this a few times to help the sentence stick in your mind. Look at how many words you need to complete each sentence. Then have a go at writing it. You also need to think about the correct punctuation, finger spaces and handwriting.
1. Mr and Mrs Smith would like to paint a wall in their garden.
2. I hope it snows at Christmas so I can make a snowman.
3. I got told a long story about a fast rocket going to space.
4. I don’t have any money to buy a whole fruit pie.
5. The people are making pretty artwork to sell for lots of gold.
We think some of you might have changed a little bit whilst you’ve been at home.
Have you grown a little bit taller?
Is your hair a little bit longer?
Can you draw us a picture of yourself to show us what you look like now? Remember to choose the colours carefully and to add lots of details so we know it’s you.
We’d love you to email them to us and then we can post them in a special gallery on the blog tomorrow afternoon so all your friends can see you!
It is important to stay active and do a little exercise each day. You could log into the PE using the details below or have a go at the virtual games.
This weeks virtual games is all about football skills. Click on the video to see what you have to do. Don’t forget to let us know how you’ve got on! You can send your scores to PE@lingsprimary.org.uk and earn points for our school.
Can you read a story book of your choice to somebody you love? This could be an adult, your teddy or even your pet!
Remember to try to use your phonics sounds to help you read the words and don’t foegt the voices for the different characters!