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Thursday 11th February

Good morning Year 2. I hope you have had a lovely couple of days in the snowy weather. Please try and work hard today and complete the tasks because it is your last day of structured learning until after half term. Make sure you email the work you have completed this week over to me so I can tick you off my list.

Here is your timetable for today…

9am9:30am10:30am11am12pm1pm1:30pm3pm
SpellingEnglishbreakMathsdinnerReadingQuizStory

Spelling

Today is your last chance to practise your spellings before spelling test day tomorrow.

playground
lunchbox
sunflower
blueberry
dragonfly
firework
lighthouse
skateboard
snowflake
teaspoon
superstar
wheelchair

Now, please complete spelling pyramids for the spellings above and then I would like you complete the missing letters in the words below.

s__ __ f l __ w __ r
__ l __ y g __ ou __ __
t __ __ s __ o o __
__ i g __ t h __ __ s e
__ k __ t e b __ __ r __
w __ __ e l __ __ a i __
s __ p __ r s __ __ __

English

In English today, we are going to work on rhyming couplets. Rhyming couplets are a pair of sentences which rhyme. Start your English session by watching the video below so you know what a rhyming couplet is.

Look at the set of rhyming words below and create your own rhyming couplets. If you don’t want to use the rhyming words below, you can create your own too. See if you can complete 5 sets of rhyming couplets.

day
May
dog
frog
bark
dark
night
fright
moon
tune
make
cake

I lay in my comfy bed at night,

Suddenly I awoke with a very big fright!

Maths

Start your Maths lesson by completing the Maths Meeting below. Time yourself to see how long it takes you to complete the calculations below.

3 x 2 =
5 x 2 =
10 x 2 =
6 x 2 =
9 x 2 =
12 x 2 =
8 x 2 =
4 x 5 =
10 x 5 =
11 x 5 =
8 x 5 =
2 x 5 =
6 x 5 =
12 x 5 =
2 x 3 =
5 x 3 =
10 x 3 =
8 x 3 =
4 x 3 =
1 x 3 =
11 x 3 =

In Maths today, you are going to be adding and subtracting multiples of 10. Watch the video below to further your understanding.

Now complete the tasks below.

Reading

Have a look at the text below and try to complete the VIPERS question. This is quite a long reading task today but very important that you complete it. Try and read it yourself but if you need any help reading it, ask someone in your house to help you.

Quiz Time

Because you enjoyed the quiz so much, I thought it would be nice to do another one this week. Click on the link below and it will take you to the quiz.

https://kahoot.it/challenge/02637696?challenge-id=0bf602a0-8ae1-46a6-add8-a73eff26c943_1612867246384

After you have completed the quiz, can you try and complete your own quiz on a piece of paper? You can write down 10 questions. You can either give a true or false answer or you can can give optional answers just like I did. Think about who you want to complete your quiz. I can send it to a friend or I can complete your quiz.

Well done Year 2!

Your day is now complete! Remember to send me your work so I can have a look at what you have completed.

Have a lovely evening,

Mrs Farrier

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