Y2- Home Learning 1/3/21
Y2- Here is the home learning for Monday 1st March 2021
Thursday 4th March is World Book Day! If your child would like to dress up as a favourite book character for the live lesson on Thursday, they are more than welcome to, but there is no expectation that children do this. Please see the World Book Day blog (posted before Half Term) for more information about World Book Day. We are particularly excited about the potato book characters and hearing about the children’s favourite books, in whatever way they would like to share them.
Ideas for the potato book character can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/pJjkq1t6R_c
If you have done any World Book Day activities and your child would like to share them with their peers during the live lesson on Thursday, please either email them to your child’s teacher prior to the lesson or remind your child to have it with them during the live lesson. We will spend a large proportion of the live lesson on Thursday celebrating all things to do with World Book Day.
If you would like any photos related to World Book Day to be shared on the website, please email them, with permission, to your child’s class teacher by the end of the school day on Friday 5th March.
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 https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ related to the sound: (wh). Username: Thrapston Password: Thrapston
The narrated PowerPoint video can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/DNXG0jAtKA8
English - introduced in the live lesson
LO: To be able to use possessive apostrophes.
Verbally say where an apostrophe should go. (yellow)
Add in apostrophes in the correct place. (blue)
Write sentences with words that need a possessive apostrophe in. (green)
Make sure your sentences make sense. (white)
Make sure the apostrophes are in the correct place. (white)
If you normally do yellow verbally say where the apostrophes should go in these sentences and discuss with an adult. If you usually do blue, write out the sentences attached and add in the apostrophes in the correct places.
Green: Write a sentence for each of the pictures attached using an apostrophe to show possession.
White: Write at least 4 sentences about anything you like using an apostrophe to show possession.
If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/cpLBtc7flnk
Maths -introduced in live lesson
This week we will be learning about data handling.
On Monday we will be learning how to use tallies to count and show data.
If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/zWUId3_ZOls
L.O. To be able to interpret and construct tally charts.
Count the objects. Show the number as a tally. (Blue)
Complete the table with the missing tallies. (Green)
Find the totals which are incorrect. (Green)
Represent data given in a tally chart. (White)
Answer the questions about the data. (White)
Blue activity – the children will need to count the animals and show this number as a tally and a number. The other activities have questions and what is expected of the children included on them. Please see the end of the blog for the activities.
This week in Geography we are continuing our study of the U.K., we are learning all about the capital cities of the U.K. and the surrounding seas. There are work sheets attached to complete which are labelled with the corresponding level.
Here is the recorded PowerPoint for this lesson: https://safeshare.tv/x/1cmiS2LUjxI
To be able to locate the capital cities of the U.K.
Blue- locate the capitals cities.
Green- locate the capital cities and surrounding seas.
White- match the capital city to the correct country