Year 2 Home Learning Tasks – Monday 29th June
Hi Year 2!
I hope you had a wonderful weekend and are ready to start a new week of home learning.
Here are today’s activities…
English – Reading
Read the text ‘Annie and the Pirate King’ by Jenny Feely and answer the questions in full sentences.
In the dark of the night the pirates came creeping and sneaking into town.
It was very hard to see anything. They peeped through windows and looked in every corner.
They found a bag and they found a box. And they found a little girl called Annie.
Then they sailed out to sea.
“What treasure have you found?” asked the Pirate King when the pirates returned. He looked in the bag and saw one white feather. He looked in the box and it was empty. Then he looked at Annie. “This is not treasure” he roared. “Throw it overboard!”.
Annie was very frightened when she heard this. She saw the box and feather and quickly though of a plan.
- Why was it hard to see anything?
- Why were the pirates ‘creeping and sneaking’?
- Can you think another word from ‘little’?
- What do you think the Pirate King wants as treasure?
- What does ‘throw it overboard’ mean?
English – Writing
If you were Annie and standing in front of the Pirate King and his crew with only a feather and an empty box, what would you do?
Write your responses in full sentences and try to use adjectives and conjunctions in your writing.
Use your imagination!
Sounds-Write Phonics – Recap focus sound /oo/ spellings <oo> <ue>
Review – read the following Year 2 common exception words: poor, find, most, cold, mind.
Read: hoop, loop, swoop, cue, true
Write: stoop, coop, loom, blue,
Dictation: The blue boy went in a loop on cue. The animal could zoom and swoop.
Maths – Basic Skills
Find the missing number in these calculations.
Maths – Tasks
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.
Today’s lesson is from BBC Bitesize about Florence Nightingale.
Follow the link and complete the activities.
Discuss this question with a grown up in your home.
Enjoy this lovely story about what to do if you are worrying about something.
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2 thoughts on “Year 2 Home Learning Tasks – Monday 29th June”
ENGLISH – READING
1. Why was it hard to see anything? It was night time and dark.
2. Why were the pirates ‘creeping and sneaking’? The pirates were creeping and sneaking as they looked through windows.
3. Can you think another word from ‘little’? Tiny.
4. What do you think the Pirate King wants as treasure? The pirate king wants gold.
5. What does ‘throw it overboard’ mean? Throw it overboard means launch the bombs.
ENGLISH – WRITING
If i was Annie, i would make myself tiny and get into the box. With the feather i would lock it from inside of the box and throw the feather away. So the pirate king cannot open me, and if the pirate king threw me overboard, i would float in the sea and make my way to a island.
1. It was hard to see anything because it was dark and night time.
2. So that they wouldn’t be seen because they were looking for treasure
4. The Pirate King wants pearls and money.
5. It means to throw them off the ship.
If I was Annie I would throw the box into the water and jump into it and use the feather to row the box away like a little boat.