Hi Year 2
We are so proud of you and can’t wait to see your learning!
Here are today’s learning activities.
Read the following text.
This is the Dreamgiver and by cracking his dream eggs he makes sure the children’s nights are pleasurable.
He creates the dreams by cracking the eggs onto stories, posters and ballet shoes. But what will happen if an egg is accidentally spilt on something not so nice?
In full sentences write what you think will happen if the egg is on something not so nice?
Can you think of a different word to use instead of ‘nice’. You know we don’t like that word!
Look around your home and pick an object that you would want a dream about.
I would pick a wooden spoon and in my dream I’m an amazing baker and bake a giant cake for the Queen.
In full sentences tell me about the object and what would happen in your dream.
Sounds-Write Phonics – Focus sound /air/ spelling <are>
Review – read the following Year 2 common exception words: who, everybody, behind, prove, many
Read: rare, care, share, aware, flare
Write : scare, mare, fared, beware
Sound swap: (some nonsense and some real words)
care, – scare – scared – cared – dared – dare – fare – flare
Maths – Basic Skills
If I start at 6 and count in 2’s to 20, will I say the number 14?
How do you know?
Maths – Task
Solve the following problems
Warm up: Wiggle your fingers up high, down low, to the side and in front of you.
Stretch your fingers out like fireworks nine 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.
Look around your home.
Can you see any objects made of the same materials as the ones you have identified?
How would you describe them using scientific language?
Enjoy reading the following story.
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Miss Duncan and Miss Battams