Good morning Year 2!
I certainly didn’t think we’d be doing Home Learning again! Never mind, it’s not for too long so we’ll try to make the most of it and enjoy it as much as possible! 🙂
We will be starting each day with a Google Classroom. They will begin this morning at 9.15 am. If you have any trouble with your login and passwords please contact Miss Green at school.
The timetable for today is; Google Classroom, English, Maths, French and PE.
Like the last time, each day I will feedback on one piece of your work in detail. Today I will feedback on English work. Please email all of your work to me at our class email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Today in English you will write a paragraph describing Grandma from ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’. You will need to think about all of the expanded noun phrases that we created in English on Thursday last week. Remember these described her; hair, nose, eyes, teeth, mouth, skin, smile and personality.
It would probably be useful for your to listen once again to Chapter 1 from the story. Here is a link to Chapter 1 if you don’t have this story at home.
To help you write your description of Grandma work your way through the Powerpoint presentation that I ahve put together for you.
This week in maths we are going to be spending some time looking at 3D shapes, thinking about their names and their properties.
First though, I have a warm up activity for you linked to doubles. Read Hungry Horace’s story …
Now for the main part of the lesson we will look at shape. Watch the video link below to recognise and name both the 2D and 3D shapes and then complete the activity sheets.
Mrs Innerdale has sent some French work for you to complete. Please click here to access your work and email your French work to Mrs Innerdale email@example.com
Tuesday is PE day. I have attached a link to a Joe Wicks work out. However I know that many of your have other activities in your garden that you can complete, so if you’d prefer to do these, that is fine.
Maths – Hit the Button maths game
Click play here to access the game. First click ‘play the game’. Then clock on the green button ‘Number bonds’ Begin with up to 10, then move to up to 20 and then as a challenge move onto up to 100. How quick can you do it?
Reading – Oxford Reading Tree Owl Click here to login
Click login on Oxford Owl for School. The login and password are both y2smst. Once logged in, click on Oxford Owl ebook library. Then at the right hand side of the screen you will see a levels button. Click on this and move it down to Book Band Gold. You can choose any book to read. I’d recommend Shiver me Timbers! Happy Reading!
I hope that you all have a great day, Work hard and I will look forward to looking through your competed work this evening.
Keep smiling and take care!
Mrs Gourley 🙂