Y2 Home Learning Monday 8.2.21
Please find below the Y2 work for Monday 8.2.21.
We will be doing Guided Reading on Thursday. We have attached the text (Roald Dahl) today, so that your child reads it, or so that you can read it with your child, before the session.
Phonics - part of live lesson
We will deliver a short phonics lesson, in the live lesson.
If you missed the live lesson, the PowerPoint video is here: https://safeshare.tv/x/KaNZDYhe9xE
After the live lesson you can play any game on Phonics Play https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ related to the sound: ey (Do the hokey cokey). Username: Thrapston Password: Thrapston
English - introduced in live lesson
LO: To be able to use adverbs.
Verbally say sentences. (yellow)
Write sentences with an adverb in. (blue)
Use full stops and capital letters.(blue)
Use a range of adverbs. (green)
Check that your sentences make sense. (white)
Yellow: You need to read the sentences and choose an adverb to add into the sentence.
Blue: Write sentences starting with these adverbs:
Remember full stops and capital letters.
Green: Write 4 sentences about the pictures below. Your sentences must include a range of adverbs.
White: Write 4 sentences about anything you want. Your sentences must include a range of adverbs. Check that your sentences make sense.
If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/ss601d3817ef216
Maths - introduced in live lesson
This week we will be learning about fractions. We will start on Monday by reminding ourselves about halves and quarters of shapes and quantities.
Here are some links to games and a clip that may be useful this week:
If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/QSnCZkISbS0
LO: To be able to find ½ and ¼ of a shape or quantity.
Draw lines to show ½ and ¼ of the shapes. (Blue)
Calculate ½ and ¼ of quantities using grouping and practical apparatus. (Blue)
Calculate ½ and ¼ of quantities using drawing or mental method. (Green)
Identify ½ s and ¼ s of the shapes. Spot the odd one out. Explain why they are different. (White)
This week in Geography we are making a map for our own imaginary town or local area, they can design the map however they would like. Whilst creating their map they can add some of the map symbols they learned last week and finally add a key.
L.O. To be able to create a map.
Draw a map to show what your imaginary town looks like. (Blue)
Draw a map and use ordinance symbols. (Green)
Add a key to your map. (White)
If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here:
A quick activity, that would usually be on the board in the morning, to kick-start the day.
10 Minute Maths
There are a few quick maths questions to recap or introduce new topics. We usually do this three times a week to kick-start the afternoon.