Monday 18th May 2020
Good morning Year 2,
I hope you are all still staying home and keeping safe. The other day Ms Dhana asked Year 1 to follow a link to the RSPB to listen to the birds singing and see whether they could identify which birds visited their gardens or outside their homes. Well I followed the link and discovered that I had several different varieties of birds visiting my garden. I have also been very lucky this year as a pair of Robins chose my garden to build a nest in, and I now have a whole family of robins hopping around when I’m outside gardening. Why don’t you give it a go and see how many types of birds you have heard?
Monday 18th May 2020 18.5.20
Here are your activities for today, I hope you enjoy them.
Follow the link below for todays Maths lesson on BBC Bitesize.
Today we will learn how to write multiplication sentences using the multiplication (×) symbol and how it relates to repeated addition.
This lesson includes:
Please just do as many of the activities as you can.
Ask your grown up to test you on your last spellings. Please use your spelling book for this, and write todays date at the top as usual.
*Attached are your spellings for next week. Please learn as usual ready for next weeks test.
Follow the link below for todays English lesson on BBC Bitesize.
Today we will learn that some words sound the same but have different meaning and put these into practice.
This lesson includes:
-a video to help refresh your knowledge of homophones
-three activities to do at home
Use your Home learning book to write your sentences. Don’t worry if you can’t complete all of the activities today, just try to do as much as you can.
Click on the link below to download and read the ebook about Charlie the Firefighter.
Watch the lesson presentation* to find out some of the ways in which how we live now is different and similar to how people lived in 1666.
Using the sheet provided or your Home Learning book, and using all the facts you have read about and learnt about so far, explain how the equipment used by Firefighters back in 1666 and today are different.
Have a look at the * Family flower bouquet handprint activity.
Can you follow the instructions to complete your own piece of art?
If you haven’t got any paint you could draw around each persons hands and cut them out of coloured paper, or even try cutting them out of used and already read newspaper or magazines for a modern look.
Why not ask your grown up to take a photo of you with your bouquet of flowers and email it to ADMIN at school so that we can display them on the website?