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Happy Summer Holidays to all!

Please make sure you get outside, play ball games, ride your bike and build a den. That's what is needed during the holiday times.

During calming down times, read a book.In fact, read lots of books, comics, leaflets. Anything that grabs your interest. Reading is crucial to maintaining learning. You could always log into to Oxford Owl or any other free reading sites if you run out of books. The library is open too, (the adult who takes you will need to wear a mask.)

I've added just a few maths and English activities for those who feel they need a little more as Year Two didn't have the opportunity to return to school in the Summer Term. It's not essential (unlike the reading!)

Have a relaxing break and I'll see you all in September, raring to go.

God bless.

 From Mrs Cowling. 

year2@blessedmotherteresas.staffs.sch.uk

 

 

 

Friday 17th July 2020
Thursday 16th July 2020

More science to add to your scrapbook.

Wednesday 15th July 2020
Tuesday 14th July 2020
Monday 13th July 2020

ART/DT: There were a lot of strange looking fish in the reading this morning. Can you design your own weird creature from deep down?

Friday 10th July 2020
Spelling test: November December after past hour half minute quarter month second. Send me your score.

Maths

Before tackling the maths challenge, warm up your brain by counting forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Perhaps login to Times table Rock Star or complete a times table challenge. 

PSHCE - Community links. Go litter picking.

If the weather is dry, don your mac and  with rubber gloves in your pocket (for picking litter later) go for walk.

Take a bag with you, to put rubbish in that you see along the way. By the end of the walk, your bag will probably be full, you will have helped clean a local area and you will feel good about yourself because you have helped. The exercise is just a bonus!  I have been litter picking around BMT several times with different groups of children. Every little helps!

Thursday 9th July 2020

RE - Looking after God's World

Maths - choose your task. Task 1 - choose 1,2 or 3. Will you rise to the maths challenge?

A Turtle's Tale: Sammy's Adventures - Full Movie

Whilst watching the film please make a list of the problems Sammy comes across.
Which problems are natural and which are caused by humans? Send me a copy of your list.

ART

Draw a picture of creatures living and swimming under the sea. The whole picture must be under the sea - no beach or sunshine please. Use a scene from the film or google to help you. To colour the background, I suggest you use a pale, blue paint to lightly go over the whole picture. When all is done and dry, glue on a FEW pieces of rubbish, such as a bottle top, a small piece of foil etc. Add this picture to your scrap book.

Wednesday 8th July 2020

End Plastic Pollution comprehension. Pick the best level for you * ** or ***. Try challenging yourself.

Plastic Pollution - The Impact on Marine Life.

Tuesday 7th July 2020

Spelling and Handwriting Practice

Maths - Investigating coins. Have you got some to use?

Plastic Pollution: Write a list of positive and negative points about the use of plastic.

Monday 6th July 2020

Jesus gives us rest by asking us to hand over our troubles.

Who else can you share you troubles with?

What do you like to do to rest and forget about your worries?

Draw a picture that shows you resting and forgetting whatever bothers you.

Friday 3rd July 2020

Spelling test:

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September and October. 

Capital letters must be used for the spelling to be correct.

Art

Take a good look at the skeleton in the English task. Look at the shape.

How might the creature looked when it was roaming the Earth?

Draw a picture. Remember to add colour and texture to the skin.

What would the environment be like? Consider this when drawing the background.

 

Thursday 2nd July 2020
Before tackling the Maths power point you should recite some multiplication tables to warm your brain up. Practise finding totals with addition and finding the difference using with a number line, or column method. Perhaps sign in to Times Table Rock Star.

Maths revision

Wednesday 1st July 2020
Tuesday 30th June 2020

Spellings: January February March April May June July August September October (Capitals letters must be in place for the correct spelling.)

PSHE - Positive Me!

You will need: the jar sheet (cut out) strips of paper or note pad, glue and a feltpen/pen.

Glue the jar on to a new page of the scrapbook.

On the strips of paper write sentences of; what you have done to help others today (water the flowers, made your bed etc,), what you have done well today, what are you pleased about etc.

Glue the strips onto the jar. You can add one or two more each day.

Add a pattern or little 'doodles' around the jar. 

Remember - you are awesome! You are doing incredibly well. x

Monday 29th June 2020

Make your own scrapbook as Edward Lear did.

Make you own scrapbook. Collect  a variety of paper - any colour or thickness, but I recommended they are  approximately the same size. Add a label to the front and some decoration. Throughout the week, add your favourite colouring or drawing. Write a quick poem, limerick or ditty. There's so many things you can put into your scrapbook. Ensure the book reflects you.
Below is work for Friday 26th June 2020

Complete spelling test: blue  blew   whole  hole  knight  night   so  that  or  because

 

Writing:   https://www.pobble365.com/magnetised

Go to 'Pick a day' and select today (26th June) - Magnetised.

Click on the down arrow.

Read the story starter.

Answer the questions in question time.

Complete the sentence challenge.

Complete the 'Sick Sentence.'

The work below is for Thursday 25th June 2020

Art/DT

Make your own dragon/knight armour.

Last week you designed a suit of armour. From this design gather all the things, all the bits and pieces you will need to make it. Think carefully, how will you make it? How could you join pieces together? How will you decorate it? Will you add a family crest? Please send photos.

The work below is for Wednesday 24th June 2020

Spelling: night knight blue blew hole whole because so that or

Watch the powerpoint. Make a poster warning others about being in the sun. Don't forget to send me a photo.

Grammar - identify statements, commands, questions and exclamations.

The task is via 'Learn by Questions'  www.lbq.org/login

Click login (top right)     Click connect (connect as a pupil)

Type in the code: KBK

 

Maths - practise doubling numbers (up to 50)

The task is via 'Learn by Questions'  www.lbq.org/login

Click login (top right)     Click connect (connect as a pupil)

Type in the code: KBK

The work below is for Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Last week you found out about the Royal family. The Royal residency is London. Look at the powerpoint of London. Use google to find London on a map of the UK.Label the famous landmarks of London.

The work below is for Monday 22nd June 2020
The work below is related to the week ending 19th June 2020.
Summer Term 2 Week 3

Last week we had Natasha who received a visit to be presented with the 'Home Learner Award,' Malachy who made the 'Hall of Fame' and Jaxon and Mikayla who had a special delivery through the post for great work.

Well done to you all! Keep working super hard, it might be you this week!

Weekly Plan - 15th June

Friday 19th June

English - pobble activity

DRAGONWORLD - JUNE 19TH

 

Read the story starter. Answer the questions in the question time. Have a go at the perfect picture.
Spelling test - ask an adult to test you then send me your result via the class email. GOOD LUCK!

Maths

Practise identifying the properties of 3D shapes

Following on from the learning yesterday, complete the learning by questions task.

www.lbq.org/login

(Code to be added Friday morning)

P.E

Mindfulness meditation

R.E

Jewish Celebration - Shabbat

Complete the sheet below:

Thursday 18th June

English

Reading comprehension - Riley's rainbows

www.lbq.org/login

(code to be added Thursday morning)

 

Spellings - be, bee, quite,quiet, bare, bear, one, won, son, sun

Maths

Properties of 3D shapes

Share the following video - Summer Term week 8 (w/c 15th June) lesson 2 properties of 3D shapes

 

 

P.E

Joe Wicks body coach - 9am live or anytime

Art

Design a dragon/knight's armour

Wednesday 17th June

English - Grammar

Grammar and terminology - learning by questions (www.lbq.org/login)

Today's code for both Grammar and Maths

Maths

Practise identify the properties of 2D shapes

Learning by questions (www.lbq.org/login)

See the code above for Grammar - same code

 

P.E

Try out the Stafford Sport Video:

Dawn - Dance

Use the following password:

GeorgiaSkills1

(case sensitive)

Music

Our National Anthem

What do you think of the music?

How does it make you feel?

What does it make you think of?

Have a discussion about it.

Listen to it again and join in where you can.

Tuesday 16th June

Reading comprehension

CLOUDS

Spellings

Practise your spellings - be, bee, quite, quiet, bare, bear, one, won, son, sun

Maths

Properties of 2D shapes

Share the following video - White Rose Summer Term Week 8 (w/c 15th June) Lesson 1

P.E

History

Royal Family

Share the following slides

Monday 15th June

Recommended Read

Dick Whittington – all stars

www.oxfordowl.co.uk

click my class login (top right)

My class name : Year2bmt

My password: year2

Spellings

Maths

Practise comparing and classifying 2D shapes

Share the following video (it is quite long so only watch what you need to)

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

(code to be added Monday morning)

P.E

Try out the Stafford Sport video:

Dawn – Dance

Password: DawnStreetDance1 (case sensitive)

Science

Plants

To understand the lifecycle of a plant.

Happy Monday folks!

I hope that you had a fabulous weekend, even though the weather was not the best.

I managed to go on a massive walk with Mr Rankin, Lola and Ruby. We walked for about 2 hours: through fields, to a small pond and along a stream. We even managed to visit our old house and talk about the different things we did when our daughters were very little.

Back to learning again this week, I am excited to see all the wonderful work that you complete.

Last week we had Alex H who received the Headteacher Award for family lockdown learning, Jade who made the 'Hall of Fame' and Matthew, Alex B and Natasha who has a special delivery through the post for great work.

Well done to you all! Keep working super hard, it might be you this week!

Summer Term 2 Week 2 - 8th June

If you fancy something a little different. Monday 8th June is World Ocean Day, so why not take a look at the website below and have a go at some of the activities.

Friday 12th June

English

The Old Railroad (08.06.20)

Read the story starter.

Answer the questions in question time.

Have a go at the perfect picture.

Maths

Practise halving whole numbers (2digit)

Learning by questions code - www.lbq.org/login

P.E

Mindfulness meditation

 

R.E

Your views on Pentecost

Complete the following sheet

Do you fancy a craft activity?

Try the link below to make your own Pentecost wind twirls.

Thursday 11th June

English

Short reads: Florence Nightingale (pre-read)

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

Spellings - last chance to practise

there, their, they're, here, hear, see, sea, to, too, two

Maths

2 digit number subtraction using squared paper

Share the following slides - 

 

P.E

Joe Wicks

D.T

Make a healthy mocktail!

Wednesday 10th June

English

Grammar -identifying and using adjectives

 

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

(same code for Maths)

Spellings

Practise your spellings - there, their, they're, here, hear, see, sea, to, too, two

Maths

Division facts for 2, 5 and 10 times tables

Share the following flashback slides

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

(same code as grammar)

P.E

Set up an obstacle course in your garden. Include different activities, e.g. star jumps, skipping, sit-ups, hopping, jogging on the spot, e.t.c

Ask a family member to take a photo of you completing it.

Ask a family member to have a go at completing your course.

How well did they do?

PSHE

Writing about yourself is not always easy but you are all wonderful amazing people and I know you can tell me about the things you do, the things you like, about your family and home and what you are good at.

Have a little think and chat to a family member then complete the sheet.

Tuesday 9th June

English

Reading Comprehension

Spellings

Practise your spellings - their, there, they're, here, hear, see, sea, to, too, two

Maths

2 digit addition using squared paper

Share the following slides

Complete the following sheets - do as much as you like

P.E

Geography

Edinburgh Castle

Monday 8th June

English

Recommended Read this week:

Pick your Queen

www.oxfordowl.co.uk

 

Spellings

Share the powerpoint then complete the sheet.

Maths

Practise 2, 5 and 10 times tables

Share the following videos:

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

P.E

Science

To be aware of the different methods by which plants disperse their seeds.

 

Summer Term 2 Week 1 - 1st June

A weekly timetable to give you an idea of what learning will take place during the week

All the website links are on the weekly plan for you to access.

All the powerpoints and tasks will be uploaded each day too.

Friday 5th June

English

Using 'Wild Horses' on www.pobble365.com complete the sentence challenge - collective nouns.

Make a list of as many different collective nouns as you can.

Animals are a good place to start.

 

Have a go at the sick sentences to make them better. (they are very simple and I know you can improve them by adding in adjectives, or by using conjunctions to extend them or by giving them a good sentence opener. I bet you could use all 3 things to improve them!)

 

If you fancy a bit of drawing and colouring, have a go at the perfect picture!

Spellings

Today is your spelling test so ask an adult to test you on the spellings that you have been practising all week.

This is the list - any, many, clothes, water, pretty, Christmas, beautiful, busy, poor, kind

How many will you get right this week? Don't forget to let me know your result!

Maths

Practise number bonds to 100

Watch the following video first:

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

P.E

Have you got some chalks that you could use to chalk an obstacle course on the pavement outside your house?

You could do 10 star jumps, spin on the swirls, zoom like a rocket, etc. 

Leave a message for others to complete too! They will love it and it'll keep them active.

 

Don't worry if you don't have any chalks - you could make an obstacle course in your garden using different objects that you have.

GO AND HAVE SOME FUN!!!!!!

R.E

On Sunday it was Pentecost so watch this home video assembly explaining what Pentecost is all about.

Think of a time when you have needed help.

What did you need help with?

Who helped you?

What words would you use to describe the type of person they are?

Let me know via the class email.

Have a fantastic weekend and I will look forward to seeing and hearing all about what you got up to on Monday.

You have worked super hard this week, make sure you look out for who has made 'The Hall of Fame' this week - you have made it a tricky decision for me!

Thursday 4th June

English

Read the story starter and discuss the picture. Use the questions to talk about your views. Complete the question time activity, remember to write in full sentences.

Spellings

Practise your spellings - any, many, clothes, water, pretty, Christmas, beautiful, busy, poor, kind

Maths

Place value - tens and ones

Complete the true or false to begin then have a go at the White Rose sheets

P.E

 

Art

Texture hunt

Wednesday 3rd June
Practise spellings - any, many, clothes, water, pretty, Christmas, beautiful, busy, poor, kind

Try the wordsearch - spelling link

Maths

Recognising place value in 2digit numbers

 

Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

P.E

Go on a bike ride with your family around your local area.

What did you see?

Who did you see?

What was the weather like?

Music

Being brave like a knight

Tuesday 2nd June

Reading Comprehension

Practise spellings - any, many, clothes, water, pretty, Christmas, beautiful, busy, poor, kind
P.E
Napolean - two sides to every story
Monday 1st June
English
Recommended read for this week - www.oxfordowl.co.uk

Click my class login (top right)

My class name: Year2bmt

My password: year2

Maths - Learning by questions - www.lbq.org/login

Comparing and ordering numbers up to 100

Connect as pupil and type in the code shown below

PE - Joe Wicks PE session

year2@blessedmotherteresas.staffs.sch.uk

Friday 22nd May 2020    May the Month of Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ Our Lord.

Hello Friday. Hello Year 2.

It's the last day of the half term, so work hard and then you will appreciate next week all the more.

Today's lessons include; maths a flash back revision and times table work, a reading challenge and yet more reading with the RE (which was meant for yesterday, Ascension Day .) 

Well done for all the hard work Year 2 and enjoy the break.

From Mrs Cowling

PS: Don't forget to send me the results of your on line art lesson. I wonder, did any of you help Rod get into the Guinness Book of Records?

 

Today's spelling test. If the capital letter and apostrophe is missing then the spelling is wrong.

Megan’s    Ravi’s    the girl’s    the child’s     the man’s     the woman’s     the school’s     a dog’s    a teacher’s   a postman’s

 

RE Ascension Day 21st MAy 2020

Thursday 21st May 2020

History of the Games

Wednesday 20th May 2020

Art - feelings reflection

Tuesday 19th May 2020

Maths starter - brain warmer

Following our theme of pirates. Could you survive on an island if you were abandoned on a desert island?

Watch the video, read the information sheet and then write (using full sentences) how to survive on an island.

I researched the island from the text. Google Earth was good for showing me an image of the island.

RE /PSHE

This week is Mental Health Awareness week and the theme is kindness.

During this awful time the nation is experiencing there have been many acts of kindness. One example is BMT have given bath products (gift wrapped) to St.George's Hospital.

Questions to discuss:

Are there any acts of kindness you have heard of in the news?

Have you performed any acts of kindness? 

What stories about Jesus can you think of where Jesus was kind and he was teaching us how to live?

Monday 18th May 2020

Recommended reading

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/digital_books/1351.html

International Science Museum Day

International Museum Day is an annual event held either on or around 18 May. It’s run by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), and although it only began officially in 1977, it can be traced back to 1951 in a meeting called Crusade for Museums. Why not take a tour of a museum or two. You could write a visitors' review or design an advert.

Famous museums: 

  • British Museum, London 
  • Guggenheim Museum, New York 
  • Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam 
  • Museo Larco, Lima 
  • The Acropolis Museum, Athens 

 

Maths. Time revision. Practise times tables in Time Table Rock Star or another way before completing tasks.

Guided reading; How to make pirate stew.

Friday 15th May 2020

Recommended reading https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/digital_books/1164.html

This week's spelling test: (I've got the right one this week.) If the apostrophe or the capital letter is missing then it is wrong.

can't  couldn't  shouldn't  Mrs  didn't  it's  wasn't  hasn't  wouldn't   Mr

PE - parachute game

Parachute: Grab a bed sheet and get your whole family involved – everyone taking a side and rapidly moving your arms up and down. Put some small balls or balloons on top and try and fling them off. Children love this one!

Comprehension. Type or write? You choose.

Geography - Human and physical features.

Thursday 14th May 2020

PE - Basketball. Use a washing basket and aim to get rolled up socks into it. Gradually make the distance between you and basket further.

Writing - turn your plan into a story.

Arty, Busy, Clever.

Wednesday 13th May 2020

PE - Drop the potato

Potato Drop: The Potato Drop is a great game because it is good ol’ silly fun. All participants place a potato between their knees and race to a finish line where they have to drop it into a designated bowl or bucket. If the potato is dropped, or if hands touch it, they have to go back to the start and try again. (editor’s note: this is actually a great party game for big groups of kids – split them up into 2 teams and relay race to see which one can get all their potatoes into the bucket first!)

Maths - volume

Story writing. The story has been started. Can you think what might happen? Complete the plan with your ideas.

Tuesday 12th May 2020

Spellings Practice- apostrophe. Please practise regularly.

PE: Target Practice

Time to practise your target skills.

You will need: sticky notes (or paper and blue tack), a pen and a bean bag (or a rolled up pair of socks.)

On the sticky notes write numbers 1 to 10

Put the sticky notes on to a door that's not in use - spread out randomly.

Throw the bean bag to hit a number. 

Record your score on paper, adding up as you go.

First person to 50 is the winner. You could change the numbers to bigger numbers or a higher score to be the winner.

Have fun!

Scavenger art

Have you seen the wonderful video of the BMT staff creating a rainbow with various objects?

I thought it was a super idea of Mrs. White's and very well edited by her too.

Can you create a rainbow with lots of different items you have around the house?

Don't forget to take a photograph and email it. It would be great to have lots of 'Scavenger Rainbows' photographs in our Year 2 gallery.

 

Monday 11th May 2020

PE - jumping, indoors or out.

Tape Lines: Make 5–10 separate lines of tape, each about a foot apart, on your floor or carpet. Label the first one the “start” line and then give your kids simple instructions:

  • Long Jump: See how many lines they can jump over. Have them try and beat their best score each time. Experiment with arm swinging vs. arms behind their backs.
  • Run ‘n’ Jump: Now let them take a running start and see if they can jump even further!
  • Long Jump Backwards: Increase the difficulty by performing the tasks jumping backwards.
  • Hop: How far can they jump on one leg?
  • Reach ‘n’ Stretch: How far can their leg reach with one foot on the “start” line?

Punctuation and Grammar Practice.

Busy Year 2

Thursday 7th May 2020

Maths Direction. Practise times table recall first and then complete this task. Times Table Rock Star is a good program to use.

Writing detailed sentences. Write your sentences into your book. No need to print.

VE Day scavenger hunt planned by Mrs White

Wednesday 6th May 2020

Maths - Turning. Write the answers in your book or print the sheet.

Spelling practise. Write in your book or print the sheet.

Reading comprehension - Horrid Henry. Read the story then write the answers to the questions in your book.

Tuesday 5th May 2020

VE Day activity - make the Great British Bunting

Monday 4th May 2020
Friday 1st May 2020

Home Learning with Year 2

Spelling test. Please email results.

badly  hopeless  penniless  happily  lovely  joyless  slowly  quickly  careless  fearless

Geography

Physical Geography is all the things we find in our world that are natural. (Trees, rivers, beaches.)

Human Geography is all the things that people have made in our world. (Buildings, paths, bridges.)

Can you decide which pictures go where?

 

Below is work for April

Find the alternative spelling 'air'

The Bear who came to Babysit

I thought you might like to share this book, before bed and chat about with whichever adult is tucking you in.

(Or you could just read it during the day.)

 

Year Two have been busy working.

Spelling and handwriting practise

Book review. I hope you have done lots of reading whilst at home. Please share with me your favourite book.

Design Technology.  Design a healthy mocktail.

I would like you to research different types of soft drinks. You could look in your cupboards or look for some online. Have a look or think about what they are made from (ingredients). You could even taste different ones for your research.    Are they healthy or unhealthy?

Choose one that is healthy.

Choose one that is good to drink after doing exercise or sport.

Choose one that you could have as a special treat.

Write a sentence telling me about each of these drinks. Draw a picture if you like, I can't wait to see what you make.

Best Wishes

From Mrs White

Mocktails

Tuesday 28th April 2020  -  

 

Spellings - wordsearch

Monday 27th April 2020                

Science  - Everyday materials.

Explore the different properties of different disposable cloths. Which is best for mopping up the mess?

Resources

  • Investigation recording sheets  - a note pad
  • Different sorts of paper towels and disposable cloths (kitchen paper, different brands of paper towels, tissue, squares of paper, etc)
  • Pipettes or syringes  (old medicine dispenser perhaps)
  • Beakers of water
  • Tape
  • Timers

Work through scientifically, using the same amount of paper and the same amount of water to investigate which cloth mops up the water best. Don't forget to write a sentence explaining your findings.

Enjoy!

Friday 24th April 2020

 

Spellings  Please complete the test and email the score. 

enjoyment   argument   sadness  merriment  careful   happiness playful   plentiful   plainness   cheerful

The work below is for;

Thursday 23rd April 2020 - St. George's Day

 

St. George activities. Who is St. George?

As it Saint George's Day I would like you to design a dragon.

With the picture please write a detailed paragraph telling me about the dragon. 

Sentences need to be punctuated correctly, contain noun phrases (adjectives) and interesting words to WOW me. Include an adverb or two. Think carefully about the start of each sentence. Use different openers.

Wednesday 22nd April

 

Work below was for

Tuesday 21st April 2020

 

 

 

PE -  Balloon volleyball

Balloon Volleyball is such a simple game to play that is fun for young and old. ... The objective of the game is to keep the Balloon in the air for as long as possible. You have to reach up to hit the balloon, but it is easier than using a regular ball since it is so light and floats down.

Balloon Volleyball

Writing an expanded noun phrase. Complete task 2 and 3. Task 1 is optional. Share the work with an adult - the answers are included.

Monday 20th April 2020

Painted stones. Can you make some and leave them when you go out for a walk?

Science

New work has been allocated to your Active Learn page. You can work through theses at your own pace or find the sheet which matches the work set. Today's work is linked to the page: Materials true or false?

Task

Look around the house and gather items made from different types of materials.

Discuss what material is used and whether it is a natural material or man-made. Sort the items in 2 groups, natural and man-made. Please take a photo of the sorting and include it in the email to me.

What adjectives can you use to describe each material?

Below is all the work prior to the Easter holidays

Year 2 Art Gallery and Bug Hotels

     

Thursday  2nd April 2020

 

Here are some of the amazing Bug Hotels you have created. Are they fantastic?

The Tunnel. Thank you for those who sent Monday's and Wednesday's work relating to this story. Look at the pictures below. Write a few sentences describing how the boy feels when his sister rescues him. Can you add a speech bubble to the second picture ?.

Grow a rainbow. You will need: A piece of kitchen towel, felt pens and a little water.

Below is the work for Wednesday 1st April 2020

The Tunnel. Write a paragraph describing what the sister is doing and how she is feeling. Don't forget to use conjunctions, noun phrases, adverbs and punctuation.

Make a junk model bug / mini beast. There must be something in the recycle you can use!

Below is work for Monday 31st March 2020

Grammar - conjunctions. Either fill out on the screen or write the sentences on paper please and email over to me. Thank you.

Fun active. I've mag-pied this idea from the Year 4 page. I love it. Take one tea bag (I think used is best) and one mug or plastic beaker. How far can you throw the teabag and it still lands into the mug?

The lessons below are from 30th March 2020 or earlier.

Reading worksheets - please do whatever you can, they match the book below. I've tried to put similar pages within the book.

Reading with others. I love this book - I'm sure you will too.

Art

In art, we have been looking at landscapes. I would like you to use your imagination to think of a fantasy landscape. It could be from a different planet, under the sea or a fairy tale land. You can either paint your landscape, collage or just junk modelling to create a 3D sculpture. I would love to see your work, so if you can photograph and email a picture that would be great. 

Art ideas

Phonics

Practise phase 2-5 phonic sounds and tricky words.

Read: Shoulder-bag, couldn't

Practise spelling polysyllabic words such as: soupbowl, housework.

Read: Rounders, grouping.

Can you spelling the following? wouldn't, outsider

Read: I would like to eat some soup, please.

Maths

We have being halving and quartering shapes and some numbers.

Today I'd like you to find half of numbers.

If you are up to the challenge half the number again to find a quarter. 

Use dice to create either single digit or two digit numbers. (You can use the dice roller below).

Write the calculations down to email to me or type them into Purple Mash and save.

Minibeast houses. How's yours coming along?

Writing - Write a paragraph using yesterday's planning tell about your journey through the woodland. Where do you go? Where does it lead to? Remember Noun Phrases, adverb starters and conjunctions.

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