Hi Year 2
Here are today’s learning activities.
English – Reading
Watch the whole short film.
Answer the following questions:
- Where do you think the ‘Shadow Serpent’ lives and why?
- How did the Dreamgiver save the astronaut?
- What happened to the ‘Shadow Serpent’?
English – Writing
After watching the short film, where do you think the Dreamgiver lives?
In full sentences and using adjectives, describe where the Dreamgiver lives.
*why do you think he lives there?
*does he live alone?
*what does it look and smell like?
Use your imagination!
Sounds-Write Phonics –
(Include 2 common exception words)
|New sound to be covered||Read the word –
‘say the sounds, read the word’
|Build/Write the words
‘Say the sounds, write the word’
‘not cat ..bat’
Teacher say whole sentence and children repeat (my turn, your turn).
|Monday||Flash through all previous sounds||Model, person, chapter, reptiles.||oi/oy||Cowboy, soil, toilet, spoil. Joyful, destroy.||Point, coins, join, loyal, toy, oyster||A cowboy ran in the soil but fell on the coins.|
Maths – Basic Skills
If I start at 12 and count in 3’s to 33, will I say the number 21?
How do you know?
Maths – Tasks
Watch the video and complete the tasks explained.
Then solve the ‘True or False?’ question.
Remember to ‘prove it!’ Give we reasons why. You can draw resources to help you.
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.
Watch the story ‘God’s Gifts to People’.
This story encourages us to appreciate and be grateful for the things that people do for us.
In the story the king invited all the poor and homeless people because the original people didn’t bother going.
Draw a picture of somebody you know doing something you are grateful for, for example the grown ups in your home cooking your dinner.
Discuss the question with a grown up at home.
Enjoy your favourite book at home. Get comfy and have fun reading a wonderful book.
Remember to leave us a comment on the blog to share your learning or you can email it to us at email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing your work!
Have a lovely weekend.
Miss Duncan, Mrs Sullivan and Miss Munnelly