Happy Wednesday Year 2!
Today on our timetable we have English, Maths, Science and Handwriting. I will feedback on your Science work.
We’ll be meeting on Google Classroom today at 9.00am and at 2.45pm. At 9.00 we’ll be talking about our learning today and then at 2.45pm we’ll be playing a maths game. You need to have some digit cards ready with the digits 0-9 written on.
Please keep reading. Try to read a little bit every day. Remember you can login into Oxford Owl using the username and passwords y2smst. Once you’ve logged in, I would recommend that you click on the level at the right hand side. Move it down to the Book Band level Turquoise. Then today I’d recommend that you read the book ‘Our Class Tiger’.
Please don’t worry if you’re reading something else at home – keep reading that!
Miss Robinson has planned your English lesson today.
In English we continue our learning on Traditional Tales, Little Red Riding Hood. First, you need to listen and read along once again to the story ‘Little Red Riding Hood’.
Today, we are going recall the story of Little Red Riding Hood using images from the story but writing our own sentences to tell the story in chronological order. Find the 7 images attached to cut and stick on a blank piece of paper. Watch the PowerPoint to listen to further instructions and examples of how you can tell the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
In maths today we’ll continue our work on money. You will be looking at counting money – pounds and pence.
Miss Robinson has planned our science lesson today.
In science we continue learning about animals and humans. In today’s lesson we are learning about why it is so important to be hygienic. You will find the lesson and the worksheet below. Within the lesson is a small, fun experiment, using household items such as pepper, soap and water!
By the end of the lesson, you will be able to compare hospitals today to hospitals in the 1700s, identify ways we can stay hygienic and understand the importance of washing with soap.
Today we will look at a new letter, the letter ‘t’.
I hope you all have a wonderful day!
Mrs Gourley 🙂