Tuesday 1st December 2020
Maths - End of unit check (money)
If your child has lines to say in the nativity - ensure they are practising them daily at home.
Investigation: How far and how fast do snails travel?
Can you find any snails outside or in your garden?
use paint or nail varnish to carefully paint on their shells - one colour for each snail.
Where do you predict they will travel to? What conditions do snails like?
Set the snails free and check tomorrow so see how far they have travelled!
Can you use the number line method and the column method to work out these addition and subtraction number sentences?
Friday 27th November
Multiplication and Division - Add equal groups
English - Guided Reading
Which is the odd one out? Write a sentence explaining your choice - there is no right or wrong answer as long
as you can justify your choice!
Wednesday 25th September 2020
Multiplication & Division - Making equal groups recap
Bug Club 20 minutes
TTRS 10 games
Numbots - 15 minutes
Tuesday 24th November
Maths - Two step problems (money)
We have found some clues to our brand new text all about owls!
Can you record what you already know and what you would like to find out about owls?
We are starting a brand new science topic 'Wriggle and crawl'.
Can you go into an outdoor space and find any minibeasts? Draw and label what you find!
Friday 20th November 2020
Find the total
English - Phonics
How do germs spread?
Thursday 19th November 2020
Maths- Compare money
Create your own Still Life display. Sketch and paint it, ensuring it looks as much like your display as possible.
Wednesday 18th November 2020
Making equal amounts of money
Re-read the poem The Owl and the Pussycat
Have a go at writing your own using your own 2 characters. Can you fill in the missing words?
Can you add your own nonsense words to the poem?
Watch the video - what do you now understand about bullying? Create a poster all about how you can stand up to bullying!
Tuesday 17th November 2020
English - Guided reading
Create a glossary for 3 of the words below:
Art- Still Life
1. Create a still life at home using everyday objects. How will you arrange them? Which colours do you want to include?
2. Sketch your still life and then colour/paint it to make it look as much like the original display as you can!
Monday 16th November 2020
Addition and subtraction end of unit quiz
Re-read the nonsense poem The Owl and the Pussycat (copy further down the page).
Instead of the Owl and the pussycat can you think of 2 different animals and think of where they could be going?
See my WAGOLL for some inspiration!
Challenge - write full sentences using you ideas.
Subtracting 2 2-digit numbers using the column method and place value understanding
Friday 13th November 2020
Money - Select money
Use a dictionary to find the meanings of the unfamiliar words from the poem 'The owl and the pussycat'. Can you match the word to the definition? Can you use any of the words in your own sentence?
TTRS - 10 games
Bug Club - 15 minutes
Zoom call with Pudsey!
Thursday 12th November 2020
Maths: Counting money - notes and coins
Online lesson video : https://vimeo.com/471307831
Re-read the poem from beginning to end.
Can you identify the following?
- noun phrases
- unfamiliar words e.g. quince
Maths week activities:
TTRS - 15 minutes
Numbots - 15 minutes
Hit the button- 15 minutes
Wednesday 11th November 2020
Money - Count money - pence
1. Watch video of lesson https://vimeo.com/471306740
2. Complete worksheet https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Y2-Autumn-Block-3-D1-Count-money-pence-2019.pdf
New unit - poetry
What is a poem?
1. Read our brand new poem called 'The Owl and the Pussycat'
2. Watch the video version of the poem- can you join in with it this time?
Discuss: What did you like about the poem? What did you dislike? Do you have any questions? Does the poem remind you of anything similar you have read before?
Can you practise dribbling a football and passing to a partner? Can you remember the technique for dribbling? Practise with control.
PSHE: Remembrance day 2020
Can you create your own poppy at home? Why do we wear poppies? What is special about today?
Wednesday 21st October 2020
Watch the story Troll Swap from beginning to end.
Answer the following Big Questions:
Practise your dribbling and passing skills with a ball outside if possible. Create your own football activity for somebody else to play. Can you create instructions on how to play? Can you draw pictures to explain your game further?
Tuesday 20th October 202
English - Guided Reading Lesson
Task 1 - listen to the rest of the story 'The Troll' until the end.
Task 2 - complete the tell me grid.
LI: To subtract a 2 digit number from a 2 digit number
History - create a poster all about Rosa Parks as a significant activist. If you have access to a tablet or device, use the PicCollage app to create it!
Wednesday 30th September 2020
Read Mae Jeminson's diary entry from her space mission. Can you find the key features of a diary entry? Write an example for each!
Maths- Related number facts
Can you practise dribbling a ball around your garden/an outdoor space? How well can you control the ball using the inside of your foot? Can you count how many passes you can make to a partner without losing control of the ball?
Monday 28th September 2020
Watch clip of text 'Look Up!' and familiarise yourself with the ending of the story.
Today you are going to pretend to be Mae Jeminson on her mission to space. Watch the videos and describe what you could see/hear/smell and feel on your journey.
Challenge - Can you use your ideas to write full sentences?
Addition and subtraction -Check calculations
Video link - https://vimeo.com/461791410
Tuesday 22nd September
Practise segmenting and blending words. Decide if the word is real or alien!
English- Reading lesson
Watch and listen to the story The Troll by Julia Donaldson. Stop at 3.05
End of unit check assessment
Research Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong. Create a fact file on each significant explorer. What makes them so significant?