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Thursday 4th February

Good morning Year 2, start your day by having a singalong and a dance to the song below. It’s the first time I have heard this song and I think it is quite catchy. Hopefully, it will put you in a good mood for the rest of the day.

Here is your timetable for today…

9am9:30am10:30am11am12pm1pm2pm3pm
SpellingEnglishbreakMathsdinnerReadingQuizStory

Sorry in advance – I will not be available for the English and Maths zoom sessions this morning as I have training. I will be available on the 2:15pm zoom session if anyone wants to drop on.

Spelling

Today is spelling test day because tomorrow we are having a special day. Ask your mum or dad to test you on your spellings, remember to send me your scores so I can award you with a badge on Marvellous Me.

bigger
fattest
fitter 
flattest
thinner
maddest
redder
saddest
slimmer
wettest

happier
scariest
angrier
grumpiest
messier
messiest

After you have completed your spelling test, put them into sentences like my examples below.

English Starter

Please re write the sentences below and put the commas in the correct place. Remember we use commas to separate items in a list.

I am happy kind caring and helpful.

My dog is funny sleepy and smelly.

I bought some pears apples bananas cherries and grapes.

The weather is cold snowy and frosty.

English

In English today, you are going to be writing a letter to a friend who you are missing. In your letter, I want you to talk about the following things:

  • Tell your friend why you are missing them.
  • Tell your friend how you have been spending your days.
  • Tell your friend what you would like to do when you see them again at school.
  • Tell your friend how you are feeling at the minute.
  • Tell your friend what you have been doing to keep busy.
  • Tell your friend what toys or games you have been playing with at home.

Have a look at the start of my letter below, it might give you some more ideas. Remember to include English skills that we have been working on and make sure it is your best writing. After you have written your letter, you could send it to them or if you would like me to email the letter to them, I can do that also.

Maths

Today, for your Maths Meeting, I would like you to complete column subtraction. Yesterday you did column addition so I think you will be amazing at this again today. Watch the video below and I will explain what you need to do then complete the calculations.

34 – 11 =
56 – 24 =
95 – 43 =
78 – 41 =
86 – 22 =

We are going to complete our final session working on money today. Watch the video below to find out what we are going to be doing.

Now you are going to complete the activities below and find the difference.

I have 30p. John has 50p How much more money does John have?

Fred has 12p. Sarah has 22p. How much more money does Sarah have?

Sam has £6, Lisa has £10. How much more money does Lisa have?

Challenge
Lauren has three 20p coins and 2 5p coins. Paul has 1 50p coin and 3 10p coins. How much money does Lauren have? How much money does Paul have? Who has the most money and what is the difference between the two amounts?

Now complete the sheet below.

Reading

Listen to the story below ‘The Lion Inside’.

After you have listened to the story, choose two of the activities below to complete.

Quiz Time!

Now it is time for you to complete the Year 2 quiz with your family. I hope you enjoy it. After you have completed it, you could even create a quiz and send it to me to complete. Click on the link below and it will take you to the quiz. I have sent the joining code on a message on Marvellous Me. If you have any problems with the quiz, please just let me know.

https://kahoot.it/challenge/09925786?challenge-id=0bf602a0-8ae1-46a6-add8-a73eff26c943_1612207546125

Your learning for today is complete Year 2, well done and enjoy your evening.

Mrs Farrier

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