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Thrapston

Primary School

Y2 Home Learning 2.3.21

Here is the Y2 work for 2.3.21

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. 

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.  

Phonics  

We will deliver a short phonics lesson, in the live lesson.   If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/ss6033cc4ab2db0  

After the live lesson you can play any game on Phonics Play https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ related to the sound: PH (Elephants on phones). Username: Thrapston Password: Thrapston  

 

English   - introduced in the live lesson 

LO: To be able to sequence events. 

Verbally order events. (yellow) 

Record main events in chronological order. (blue) 

Use time words. (green) 

Record many events in chronological order. (white) 

On Tuesday, you need to plan your diary entry. Your writing will be about one of the characters in the Cinderella story. You can choose which character you write about. It needs to be in past tense and first person, you need to pretend you are the character from the story. Your picture goes in the top box and your writing goes in the box underneath. If you normally do yellow, you need to verbally order the events to an adult. If you normally do blue, you need to record the main events in chronological order using the planning sheet with 8 event boxes. If you normally do green, you need to include time words in your plan. If you normally do white, then you need to plan your writing on the planning sheet with 12 event boxes, making sure your events are in chronological order. 

If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/WEMAkwXQSY0  

Maths  - introduced in the live lesson 

On Tuesday, we will be learning how to draw pictograms. The children will need to think what data they want to add into their pictogram. E.g. Colours of lego bricks, tins in the cupboard, toys etc.

They will be making a pictogram with the actual objects and labelling the axes with the numbers and objects. They can then use this data to draw out their data collected into a pictogram on paper.  

If you missed the live lesson, the narrated PowerPoint can be found here: https://safeshare.tv/x/rJLzMZyEk40  

L.O. To be able to interpret and construct simple pictograms. 

Make a pictogram practically out of actual objects. (Blue) 

Position the images carefully in the graph. (Green) 

Write the numbers and type of objects correctly on the axis. (Green) 

Use the tally chart to make a pictogram, showing the same data. (White) 

 

Reading Comprehension  

This week’s reading comprehension is ‘Rainforests‘. Please read the text and answer the questions in full sentences.  

If your child usually does Blue work in school, they should do the 1 star; if they usually do the Green work in school, they should do the 2 star; and if they usually do the White work, then they should do 2 stars.  

Computing 

This week in computing we are continuing to learn how to research, this week we are learning about searching safely online, why is it important, and what we can do to search safely. Using this information, you can begin to research a city in the U.K. of your choice, make sure to write these down to bring to school so we can continue researching in school. 

LO: To be able to understand how to search safely online and why it is important. 

Here is the recorded PowerPoint for this lesson: https://safeshare.tv/x/ZomeISxFzB0