Tuesday 23.2.21

Good morning! Welcome to another wonderful day! Have a wonderful Tuesday!  Tuesday 23

 

English/ Reading:

Overlooking the sparkling bay of Naples, the Roman city of Pompeii glimmered in the sunlight.
From his window, young Tranio listened to the noise humming from the bustling bars, lively taverns and open shops around him, and to the busy tradesman haggling in the streets below. People greeting each other as they passed by. The smell of freshly made bread filled his nostrils and made his stomach rumble. The city seemed so calm, tranquil and such a close knit community. The local potter was selling his goods to an interested crowd and peoples’ baskets were filling up from the local produce they had brought in the city. Beyond the massive city walls, he spotted Pompeii’s greatest protector looming in the distance. They called it Vesuvius, the Gentle Mountain. Could anyone feel safer than here, Tranio wondered? Was anything more beautiful?

 

Vocabulary: 

glimmered –  shone

bustling – busy

tavern – restaurant

close knit – strong friendships

produce  – goods

looming – threatening

 

1. Why do you think the Gentle Mountain is called the ‘greatest protector’? What could the mountain be?
2. If the noise was humming from the city, what was the place like?
3. Do you think Tranio thinks the city is safe? How do you know?
4. Why does he think the city is beautiful? (use clues in the text)
5. If the local potter was selling his goods, what could he be selling?

 

Writing:

Explore this picture of the city we have been exploring. We are going to create a carpet of words to describe the city.

 use one colour to write down five nouns/ places you could see.
 use another colour and the magic rule of three to write down three adjectives for each of nouns – try not to use colours, to help build description.
 use another colour to write down a fronted adverbial for where, imagine you are there and not describing where things are in the picture… e.g. Next to the… In the centre, On the hill…
Take a picture of your carpet of words and email them to us. Keep hold of your carpet of words as you will need them for tomorrow.

Can you use your words to build a sentence: Fronted adverbial for where + three adjectives to describe noun +noun.

For example: In the background, there was a gentle, large, towering mountain. 

Try and write as many sentences in a similar way.

 

 

Maths Skills:

Maths:

Click to access Y2-Autumn-Block-3-WO2-Count-money-pounds-2019.pdf

 

Phonics: https://youtu.be/hhHiRvVsqXg

RE

lent- Christianity

 

 

 

 

 

Story time: https://youtu.be/d4X7mO4OLhQ

34 thoughts on “Tuesday 23.2.21

  • 23rd February 2021 at 8:41 am
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    English
    1.It protects the city.
    2.It is calming.
    3.He thinks its safe because in the text he said it was beautiful.
    4.he said it was safer

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:17 am
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      Good effort Alesha. If something is humming it is making noise, so do you think the place is calming?
      Do you think the city being safe makes it beautiful?
      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 8:41 am
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    ENGLISH
    1. It protect the town.
    2. It was smoothing
    3. Yes because it’s safer

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:21 am
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      Have another go at question 2 and 3 Alia. If the town is humming there is lots of noise, do you think this is soothing?
      What makes the town beautiful, yes it is safe, but what does he say to make you think the town is beautiful?

      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 8:50 am
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    MATHS
    1. 231
    2. 143
    3. 341
    4. 402
    5. 625

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:52 am
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      Great work Alia.
      Miss Bowler

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 8:50 am
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    MATHS
    1. 231
    2. 143
    3. 341
    4. 402
    5. 625

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:25 am
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      Good try Alia, have another go at Q 2 and 5.
      Miss Brian

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 9:01 am
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      HI Bella, Good thank you, can’t wait to see you. Remember to send us some work over through the email. Mrs Denny

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 8:55 am
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    1.231
    2.133
    3.341
    4.402
    5.621

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:24 am
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      Excellent Alesha 🙂
      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 10:25 am
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    1. I think it is called the greatest protector because it’s large and it looks over the city.
    2. I think humming means “busy”
    3. Tranio thinks the city is safe because the mountain is protecting him.
    4. He thinks the city is beautiful because he calls it calm and tranquil.
    5. I think a potter sells pots.

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 11:02 am
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    1. Why do you think the Gentle Mountain is called the ‘greatest protector’? What could the mountain be?
    it is safe
    2. If the noise was humming from the city, what was the place like?
    it is crowd and has lots of people
    3. Do you think Tranio thinks the city is safe? How do you know?
    tranio thinks the city is safe because it has the greatest protector.
    4. Why does he think the city is beautiful? (use clues in the text)
    talks about the sun and the food
    5. If the local potter was selling his goods, what could he be selling?
    bowls, plates,drinking cups

    image description
    it crowded by people
    it has mixtures of browns/grey
    looking outside for the sunrise or set
    carrying the handmade pots

    worksheet
    a 3
    b 10
    c 30
    d 20
    e 40

    a 15
    b 20
    c 21

    mo is wrong the answer is 30
    ron has more money in here coins

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:23 am
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      Good work! What is safe about the gentle mountain Om?
      Keep it up 🙂

      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 11:20 am
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    Maths

    357-126=231 268-125=143 475-134=341 539-137=402
    657-36=621 428-115=313 827-221=606 359-254=105
    277-215=62 466-124=342 338-27=311 645-233=412
    439-107=332 859-341=518 297-216=81 547-35=512
    589-252=337 375-41=334 976-325=651 758-245=513

    10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

    20 40 60 80 100

    a-26 pounds
    b-26 pounds
    c-26 pounds
    d-26 pounds

    50>20

    15 pounds
    50 pounds

    c and b because it has 10 pounds

    26 pounds

    there are 27 pounds

    they both have 15 pounds

    80 pounds

    50 pounds
    20 pounds = 65 pounds
    10 pounds

    5 pounds
    10 pounds =35 pounds
    20 pounds

    75 pounds

    Worksheet

    1-
    1 pounds
    2 pounds
    5 pounds
    10 pounds
    20 pounds
    50 pounds

    2-
    3 pounds
    10 pounds
    30 pounds
    20 pouds
    40 pounds
    there are 103 pounds

    3-
    15 pounds
    20 pounds
    21 pounds
    there are 56 pounds

    4-
    5 pounds
    10 pounds
    30 pounds

    5-
    6>3
    20=20
    10>6
    10=10

    6-
    No because Dora has 17 pounds and Ron has 15 pounds

    7-
    No because he has 30 pounds.
    10+10+2+2+2+2+2=30

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:50 am
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      Great work Callan, keep it up.
      Miss Bowler

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 11:38 am
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    English|
    ___________
    1. I think it is called the greatest protector because it’s large and it looks over the city
    2. I think humming means busy
    3.
    4. He thinks the city is beautiful because he calls it calm and tranquil.
    5. I think a potter sells pots.

    Maths
    ______
    1.231|
    2.133|
    3.341|
    4.402|
    5.621|
    _______

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 12:02 pm
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      Great Effort Cayden.
      Miss Bowler

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 11:43 am
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    1. 357 – 126 = 231
    2. 268 – 125 = 143
    3. 475 – 134 = 341
    4. 539 137 = 402
    5. 657 – 36 = 621
    6. 428 – 118 = 313
    7. 827 -221 = 606
    8. 359 – 254 = 105
    9. 277 – 215 = 62
    10. 466 – 124 =342
    11.338 -27 = 311
    12.654 – 233 = 412
    13. 439 – 109 = 332
    14. 859 – 341 = 518
    15. 297 – 216 = 81
    16. 547 – 35 = 512
    17. 589 – 252 =337
    18. 375 – 41= 334
    19. 976 -325 = 651
    20. 758 – 245 = 513

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 11:57 am
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      Fantastic work Denzel.
      Miss Bowler

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 12:55 pm
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    357-126=23. 268-125 = 143. 475-134 = 341. 539-137 = 402.
    657 -36=621. 428 -115 =313. 827-221 = 606. 277-215 = 62.
    466-126 = 342. 338-27 = 111. 645-233 = 412. 439-252 = 187
    859-341 = 518. 297-216 = 81. 547-35 = 512. 589-252 = 337
    375-41= 334. 976-325 = 651. 758-245 = 513

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 2:54 pm
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      Excellent math work Princess!
      Keep it up 🙂

      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 1:13 pm
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    RE
    It means Jesus’s x

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 2:18 pm
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      I hope you enjoyed learning about lent Alia 🙂
      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 1:53 pm
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    357-106=231. 268-100 =143. 475-134=341. 539-137=402 . 657-36=621. 428-115=313.
    359-254 = 105. 277-215 = 62. 166-338 = 342. 338-207 = 111. 645-233 = 412.
    439-107=332 850-341=518. 267-216 = 61. 547-35=512 . 589-252 = 337. 375-41=284.
    176-335 = 641. 758-245=513 . Mathematics

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 2:20 pm
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      Well done Priscilla! Please can you make sure you either type the question out accurately, or just number the answers instead please 🙂
      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 2:15 pm
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    Maths:
    1. £1 £2 £5 £10 £20 £50
    2a. £3 b. £10 c. £30 d. £20 e. £40
    3a. £15 b. £20 c. £21
    4a. £5 b. £10 c. £30
    5a. > b. = c. > d. =
    6. Ron is incorrect because he has £15 and Dora has £17
    7. Mo has £30 actually

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 2:54 pm
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      Superstar! Well done Kaya 🙂

      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 2:23 pm
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    Maths Skills:
    1. 231
    2. 143
    3. 341
    4. 402
    5. 621
    6. 313
    7. 606
    8. 105

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    • 23rd February 2021 at 2:54 pm
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      Fantastic Kaya!

      Miss Brian

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 5:13 pm
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    Reading

    1. The mountain could be where they keep poeple’s goods.
    2. It could be very loud.
    3. It is safe because they have the mountain and the wall.
    4. Yes because it has houses, people,shops and the roads.
    5. He could be selling drinks like wine.

    Writing

    the mountain good big tall
    the house big wide sturdy
    the restaurant hot tasty busy
    the bakery busy small smelly
    the wall tall long strong

    the mountain is in the center
    the restaurant is on the right
    the bakery is on the left
    in front of the bakery there are people
    behind the restaurant they are house

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 6:50 pm
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    English reading

    1. I dont know
    2. Busy and loud
    3.i think Tranio thinks its safe because its peaceful and beautiful
    4.
    5. Pots

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  • 23rd February 2021 at 7:02 pm
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    Math work sheet

    1.
    £1
    £2
    £5
    £10
    £20
    £50

    2.
    a. £3
    b. £10
    c. £30
    d. £20
    e. £40

    3.
    a. £15
    b. £20
    c. £21

    4.
    a. £6
    b. £12
    c. £30

    5.
    a.
    d. <
    e. =

    6.dora = £17
    Ron = £15
    Ron is incorrect,as dora has more

    7. No i do not agree with Mo
    Mo has £30

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