Y2 Thursday 21.1.21
Here is the work for Thursday 21.1.21
Guided Reading – Pythons (Part of the live lesson)
Read the text ‘Pythons’ (page 4 of the PDF document) that we sent out earlier in the week. Then answer one of the questions (blue, green or white).
LO: To be able to clarify the meaning of words.
What does 'reptile' mean? (blue)
Reptile means ______________ .
What does 'swallow them whole' mean? (green)
Swallow them whole means _____________ .
What does 'plenty' mean? Use it in a sentence. (white)
Plenty means _________________ .
Example sentence: ___________________________ .
Today’s English task is for the children to write the first half of their quest story. In the live lesson, we will introduce the task and model how to include all of the success criteria.
If you miss any of the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint video can be found here:
LO: To be able to write a quest story.
Verbally tell the story. (yellow)
Use time words. (blue)
Use FS and CL. (blue)
Write expanded noun phases. (blue)
Choose adjectives carefully. (green)
Use the ‘ly’ suffix to create adverbs. (green)
Use adventurous vocabulary. (white)
Check for sense. (white)
On Thursday the children will continue to learn about odd and even numbers. They will be reasoning about odd and even numbers and solving problems. Aswell as the coloured activities there are some reasoning tasks which are starred levels. Blue will be one star, green will be 2 stars and white 3 stars.
If you miss the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/cNAeY6eUXoc
L.O. To be able to recognise odd and even numbers and use reasoning to solve problems involving them.
Use apparatus to find if the number is odd or even. (Blue)
Spot the pattern in odd and even numbers. (Blue)
Spot the pattern in odd and even numbers. (Green)
Spot the pattern in odd and even numbers. (White)
The narrated PowerPoint video can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/QtrlPcG1Fcg
LO: To understand the suitability of materials for spoons.
Identify the positive and negative features of each type of spoon (Blue)
Write sentences to describe the positive (suitability) and negative (limitations) features of each spoon (Green)
Compare the suitability and limitations of the materials of each type of spoon (White)
Collect 3 different types of spoon (1 plastic, 1 metal, 1 wooden). Please ask an adult to help to get these from your home. Think about the positive (suitability) and negative (limitations) features of each spoon. Use the ppt to help you with your thinking.
A plastic spoon is good because it is strong and cheap to make (Blue)
A plastic spoon is suitable to use for eating because it is strong, but not for leaving in a hot drink because it might melt. (Green)
A plastic spoon is not good for cooking with, because it would melt, but a wooden spoon is suitable for cooking, because it does not melt in the heat. (White)