# Monday 1st June 2020

Welcome back Year 2 to the second half of the summer term,

I hope you all had a lovely half term and managed to enjoy the beautiful weather whilst staying safe by socially distancing! It’s difficult not being able to meet up with all our friends and family all at once at the moment, and when we do see 1 friend at a time it’s difficult to remember to stay 2 metres apart, but if we follow the rules then hopefully things will get back to normal a lot quicker and everyone will stay safe. Find out how Hedgehog and Tortoise manage to show each other they care, whilst they stay apart, in our story today.

Monday 1st June 2020

Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk89d6f

Today we will revise the 10 times table by counting in tens and looking at arrays and number patterns.

This lesson includes:

-one video

-four activities

In your Home Learning book show how you would show each one as:

1. an array

3. a multiplication

SPELLING TEST

English

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhh6pg8

To understand how to correctly write different types of sentences.

This lesson includes:

-a short introduction to sentence types

-two videos about questions and exclamations

-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.

https://youtu.be/t8ZPAo5ioIU

Can you think of more ways you can show someone you care about them and miss them?

History

Using the Powerpoint, can you remember the order in which events happened ?

Print out, cut up and place in order the events of the Great Fire of London.

Keep these for next week, as you might need them!

Art/DT

Click on the link below to print out some colouring sheets about the Great Fire of London. (They are also included with the attachments)

While you’re colouring talk to your grown up about what you can see in the pictures.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-15157-the-great-fire-of-london-medieval-houses-colouring-sheets

Will you use pencils, crayons or felt tip pens to colour one in? Can you stay within the lines?

See you back here tomorrow !