Good morning Year 2!
It’s Friday already and you’ve completed a whole week of home learning! Well done! We have loved seeing what you have been doing.
Remember we have a zoom register at 10.20am every morning. It is important you log in to this promptly so that we can say good morning to each other, and give you some instructions for today’s learning. A link for this has been sent to the parent email you have registered at school.
Here is your home learning for today. All the plans and resources you need to complete the learning are attached. Please remember to comment on the blog when you have completed your tasks, and to email us your completed work so we can see what you have been doing and support you if needed. Work can be emailed via your pupil email address (details were issued last term) or via a parents email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a fabulous Friday!
Miss Battams and Miss Duncan
Miss Battams’ Brain Buster!
Here is the last pictures from the zoom this morning. Have you worked out what the object was? Leave a comment on the blog if you think you’ve guessed right.
And here is a new one for you to guess at! What could this be a part of? Leave your guesses in the comments box on the blog!
Here is your English planning for today. All the resources you need are in the power point below.
- How old was William Shakespeare when he married Anne Hathaway?
2. What is the word we use to describe somebody who write plays that can be read and acted out by others?
3. Why do you think William Shakespeare’s plays are still popular today?
Here is today’s phonics planning.
Click the link below to access the phonics resources for this week and follow the planning for Friday. There are some instructions on the power point to help you complete the tasks. If you click on the speaker symbol the sounds, words for writing, dictation sentence as well as instructions for completing the reading tasks and speed read will play for you.
Please note, these speakers only work on the powerpoint link below and not in the picture above.
PSHE – Online Safety
Watch/read the following story and think about what you would do it you a character in the story.
We have been learning about William Shakespeare in school this week. Can you have a go at creating a portrait of him? Think carefully about the details you need to add to make your picture look realistic. Here is a picture to help you out.