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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary Academy

Tuesday 5.5.20

Year 2 Daily Blog

Good morning Year 2. How did you all get on with your spelling test yesterday? Apart from your school lessons, what else have you been doing at home lately? Have any of you been baking cakes or building anything exciting out of Lego? Have any of you enjoyed reading a new book or playing a board game?

Here are your suggested activities for today.


Follow the link below for todays Maths lesson on BBC Bitesize.


Today we will learn how to compare number sentences involving addition and subtraction using the greater than, less than and equal symbols.

This lesson includes:

one video

three interactive activities.


 Follow the link below for todays English lesson on BBC Bitesize.


Today we are learning how to be able to correctly use commas in lists when writing statements.

This lesson includes:

a video about writing statements and a video explaining how to uses commas in lists

three activities to do at home

Please use your Home Learning Book to write your sentences.


Read* ‘A Postcard from Mo Farah’ and answer the questions.

Don’t forget to underline the answers first when you find them hidden in the text.


Today we are going to start on our new Science topic all about plants.


For next week, it would be great if you can buy a packet of seeds to plant, as we will be looking closely at how plants grow and change over the next few weeks.

Sunflower seeds, tomato seeds or runner bean seeds are probably the easiest to start with.


Watch the *Powerpoint seeds and bulbs. Complete the quiz about seeds and bulbs. How many can you get right?

In your Home Learning Book make a list and draw pictures of the different seeds and bulbs that we eat and label them with Seed or Bulb.

Times tables

Use your log in to go onto Times Tables Rock Stars.


How are you getting on with your 2s,5s,10s,3s and 4s ?

Follow this link to practice your 4 x table with Cyril the Swan.

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