W/C 13.07.20

Hello Year 2! We can’t quite believe this is our last full week of the term! It has flown by. We hope you have been enjoying your home learning and beginning to feel ready for a well-deserved break! We are so pleased we had chance to say goodbye to most of you before the summer and we hope you are feeling less anxious about moving to Year 3!


Monday

English – Planning

Today I would like you to use the planning sheet to plan your own bubble adventure.

Look at the example first this will support you.

Also don't forget to use your new setting description from last week.

Also check out this week’s spellings.

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Time – Telling the time (o’clock, half past, quarter past)

First use the recap PowerPoint.

Topic – Computing

Online safety – It is essential that children learn about how to keep themselves safe online. Attached is a link for you to follow. Each link has an activity for you to complete.

Monday Computing


Tuesday

English – draft

Today we would like you to start writing the first draft of your story using your planning sheet. It is a key skill in year 2 to edit your writing. Draft writing is where you start to develop your ideas and begin to put your story together. Don’t worry too much about your best handwriting on this piece of writing, we will focus on the when you write your final story piece.

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Time – Telling time to 5 minutes

First use the PowerPoint to support learning.

Topic – Music

Today we would like you to explore some music and patterns. Follow the link  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z69vtrd to explore the different elements that make up a song, play or clap along with the music and make then listen back to your own version of songs.


Wednesday

English – draft

Today I would like you to finish your draft writing of your bubble story.

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Time – Hours and days

Topic – Music/Art

Today we are going to be exploring music and making a link with art. Please follow the link https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4jjcmn to learn about being creative, inspired by the music of Vivaldi. Scroll down the link to find the different activities.


Thursday

English – Editing 

Today I would like you to read through your story.  How could you improve it?  Have you added a simile or a metaphor?  Could you add further details or description?  Does your story flow and do the sentences make sense? Have you missed out any words? Have you included punctuation (full stops, capital letters, question marks, exclamation marks)? When you are editing your writing, please do so on the draft copy you have been writing over the last two days. We would love to see a photo of your work!

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Time – Find durations of time

Topic – P.E

I would like you to continue practice some of the events we would be participating in.

You could set up some of these activities in your garden.

  • The egg and spoon race– a classic sports day event and one that every home has the equipment for, but don’t forget to hard-boil your eggs, you don’t want egg yolk all over your lovely lawn!
  • The sack race- Maybe you could use a bin bag or a pillow case.
  • Running race- set up a track that goes around your garden or create a straight sprint track
  • The three-legged race- use some old ties lying around the house or even scarves that have been stored away for winter to tie legs together
  • An obstacle course– the perfect event to use your imagination! The course can be made up of anything, from jumping over household items or crawling under duvets, to doing cartwheels or walking with a beanbag on your head – the possibilities are endless

Friday

English – Writing your story  

Today we would like you to write up your story in neat. You need to use your draft piece that you have now edited. Remember this is where you need you use your best handwriting.

When you have finished, send it to the class email address. We look forward to reading your stories!

Please also check your spellings with your grown up.

Maths –

Time – Compare durations of time

Complete the Maths Challenge Questions

Topic – Mindfulness

Each Friday I would like you to take some time to relax and think about your wellbeing.

You can choose your own cosmic yoga or maybe you could do some Just Dance.

I have also attached some wellbeing activities for you to complete.

Friday Wellbeing Activities

Friday wellbeing colouring

W/C 06.07.20

Hello Year 2! We hope you are all well and are feeling excited about meeting your new teachers next week for the transition mornings. It will also give us a chance to say goodbye. It has been such a shame that we haven’t been able to finish Year 2 altogether. But we are so proud of you all and all the effort and commitment you have been putting into your learning!

Rosie Resilient would be super proud of you all.


Monday

English – Comprehension

Our English this week is based on a short film called 'Bubbles'

Follow this link to listen to the sounds first  Write down what you can hear.

Next follow this link for our film:

https://www.literacyshed.com/bubbles.html

Please do not watch the whole film. Stop at the pause places shared on the worksheet.

Complete the comprehension questions worksheet

Also check out this week’s spellings worksheet.

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Recap measurement – measuring in litres

Topic – Computing

Online safety – It is essential that children learn about how to keep themselves safe online. Attached are 2 links for you to follow. Each link has an activity for you to complete.

Monday Computing worksheet 1

Monday Computing worksheet 2


Tuesday

English – Comprehension

Today we are revisiting the film ‘Bubbles’. Here is the link https://www.literacyshed.com/bubbles.html

Please complete the comprehension questions worksheet, remember to pause at the places noted on the sheet.

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Recap measurement – temperature

Topic – Science

Follow the instructions to create the science experiment – Fizzy pirate coins. Please answer the questions on the bottom of the sheet.


Wednesday

English – Setting

Look at the picture on the worksheet and write a description of the setting.

Remember to write in sentences.  Can you think of a simile you could use in your description?

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Recap measurement – measuring in cm

Topic – P.E

During this term we would usually be getting ready for Sports Day. I would like you to practice some of the events we would be participating in.

You could set up some of these activities in your garden.

  • The egg and spoon race– a classic sports day event and one that every home has the equipment for, but don’t forget to hard-boil your eggs, you don’t want egg yolk all over your lovely lawn!
  • The sack race- Maybe you could use a bin bag or a pillow case.
  • Running race- set up a track that goes around your garden or create a straight sprint track
  • The three-legged race- use some old ties lying around the house or even scarves that have been stored away for winter to tie legs together
  • An obstacle course– the perfect event to use your imagination! The course can be made up of anything, from jumping over household items or crawling under duvets, to doing cartwheels or walking with a beanbag on your head – the possibilities are endless

Have fun!


Thursday

English – Your Bubble

Where would you go in your bubble?  Draw where you would go and then write a description of the setting.  Remember to write in full sentences.  Could you include a simile?

Describe your setting worksheet

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Recap measurement – compare measurements using more/less/equal

Topic – P.E

I would like you to continue practice some of the events we would be participating in.

You could set up some of these activities in your garden.

  • The egg and spoon race– a classic sports day event and one that every home has the equipment for, but don’t forget to hard-boil your eggs, you don’t want egg yolk all over your lovely lawn!
  • The sack race- Maybe you could use a bin bag or a pillow case.
  • Running race- set up a track that goes around your garden or create a straight sprint track
  • The three-legged race- use some old ties lying around the house or even scarves that have been stored away for winter to tie legs together
  • An obstacle course– the perfect event to use your imagination! The course can be made up of anything, from jumping over household items or crawling under duvets, to doing cartwheels or walking with a beanbag on your head – the possibilities are endless

Friday

English – Bubbles – Speech

Today we are thinking about what the characters in the film would say to each other.  Can you write their speech in the bubbles on the worksheet?

Please also check your spellings with your grown up.

Maths –

Continue to follow your Power Maths book or

Complete the Maths Challenge Questions

Topic – Mindfulness

Each Friday I would like you to take some time to relax and think about your wellbeing.

You can choose your own cosmic yoga or maybe you could do some Just Dance.

I have also attached some wellbeing activities for you to complete.