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Y2- Home Learning Monday 22.2.21

Y2- here is the Home Learning for Monday 22.2.21

Monday 22.2.21  


We will be doing Guided Reading on Thursday. We have attached the text  (Cinderella) 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:  

After the live lesson you can play any game on Phonics Play related to the sound:  e-e   (delete these). Username: Thrapston Password: Thrapston  


English  - introduced in live lesson 

Verbally say sentences. (Yellow)

Write sentence with ‘but‘ in.  (Blue)

Use full stops and Capital letters. (Blue)

Use a range of coordinating conjunctions.  (Green)

Check that your sentences make sense.  (White)

Check that you are using the correct coordinating conjunction.  (White)


If you normally do yellow, then you need to verbally say sentences out loud using the conjunction ‘and’ in.  

If you normally do blue, you need to use the coordinating conjunction ‘but’ in a sentence.  

If you normally do green, you need to use a variety of coordinating conjunctions including ‘and’, ‘but’, and ‘or’ in sentences.  

If you normally do white, then you need to check that your sentences make sense and you are using the correct coordinating conjunction in your sentence. 

Attached to the blog as some pictures that you might like to use for inspiration for your sentences.  

The narrated PowerPoint video can be found here:  

Attached is a poster to remind you of coordinating conjunctions.  


Maths  - introduced in live lesson 

On Monday, we will be learning how to tell the time to the nearest 15 minutes. There is a clock template included at the end of the blog which the children can use for the activities and also on the live lesson. They will also be able to write times down so don’t worry if you can’t print it off. If you don’t have a split pin, the hands can be positioned on top of the clock for the children to move them around. There is also an online teaching clock that you can use with your children when completing any activities: 

 If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here:  


L.O. To be able to read and write the time on analogue clocks showing o’clock, half past, quarter to and past. 

Read the o’clock and half past times.    Draw hands on clocks correctly. (Blue) 

Read ¼ to and quarter past times. (Green) 

Read the times to the quarter hour.    Draw the new time on the clock correctly.(White) 

 Position the hands carefully. (White) 

Some of the blue activities you may have done on the 10 minute maths tasks before the holiday so please move onto the green level if you did. Or do it again if you think you need more practice. 

We have also attached a telling the time game for extra practice at the end of the blog. 



This term we will continue to learn about the world around us but we are moving to an even larger area as we will be looking at all of the U.K. We will start by looking at the countries in the U.K. and their capital cities.  Please use the map resource attached to write in the names of the countries and then complete the further challenges to write down their capital cities and facts about them. 

The narrated PowerPoint video is here:  

LO: To be able to Locate on a map the four countries of the United Kingdom.

Locate the countries of the U.K. on a map. (Blue)  

Write facts about the countries of the U.K.​ (Green)

Write which landmark you would like to visit and why (White)