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Good morning Year 2, we are at the start of a new month and a new week. Today is Monday 1st February. What month comes after February? How many days are in February? What is special about February? Have a chat to someone at home.

Spelling Stars

Well done to all children who have accessed Spelling Shed over the last week. We managed to finish the week in second place with a very impressive score of 70,000,000 – amazing Year 2!

I want to say another huge well done to the three children below who finished top on spelling shed.

  1. Eyla Mirow
  2. Shaun Dale
  3. Joey Taylor
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This week is Mental Health week, we will be completing daily activities throughout the week and then on Friday we will be having a technology free day and celebrating ‘Rainbow Day’. Please check Marvellous Me to find out more information about this. 

Here is your timetable for the day…

9am9:30am10:30am11am12pm1pm1:30pm3pm
SpellingEnglishbreakMathsdinnerReadingScienceStory

Spelling

Here are your spellings for the week. Can you challenge yourself and complete all of the spellings below?

This week you are looking at words with the suffixes -er and -est. Watch the video below to help your understanding.


bigger
fattest
fitter 
flattest
thinner
maddest
redder
saddest
slimmer
wettest
happier
scariest
angrier
grumpiest
messier
messiest

Write each word out two times. Write it first with small writing and then write it again with very big writing – the only time you are allowed to write with big letters!! Then, choose 3 spellings and put them into sentences using conjunctions.

English Starter

Today, you are going to be the spelling and punctuation police. Look at the sentences below and re write them using the correct spellings and the correct punctuation.

the childran whent to the parc so they cud plai on the swins
wen it is nite tighm the owls fli high in the sky and swish their elegant wings
sumtimes i go to the swimin pool in loftus but only wen it is summa time
doo yoo want to cum to pla at my hows

English

Today in English, you are going to begin the session by watching the video below. You are going to close your eyes and put your imagination cap on. After you have watched the video, you need to complete the senses activity which I explain on the video. Remember your ideas don’t need to be written in full sentences, you need to use bullet points and just use key words.

What can you hear?

What can you see?

What can you touch?

What can you smell?

What can you taste?

Maths

Complete the maths meeting below.

____, 56, 66, 76, ____, ____, ____
34, 36, ____, ____, 40, ____, _____
100, 90, _____, _____, _____, 50, 40
55, _____, 65, 70, _____, _____, _____

In Maths today, we are going to continue with our learning on Money. Watch the video below to find out what we are going to be doing.

Now complete the activities below:

Extra activity

Reading

This week it is National Storytelling Week. Join in on the 2:15pm Zoom session and I will be sharing a different story each day.

Read the text below and time how long it takes you to read it. Then read it again and time yourself again. Lets see if you can get under 1 minute the second time you read it.

After you have finished the activity above, write down 4 more questions you could ask someone about the text. Remember the answers need to be found in the text.

Science

We are going to continue with our learning on ‘Animals including Humans’. Watch the video below to find out what you are learning.

Activity Number 1

Draw three plates. On plate number 1, draw and label foods you should eat lots of. On plate number 2, draw and label foods you should eat sometimes. On plate number 3, draw and label foods you should only eat once a day.

Activity Number 2

Write down what is good about your diet and write down ways you could improve your diet.

Activity Number 3

Create a healthy meal.

Optional Activity

Keep a record of everything you eat over a week just like the food journal on the video.

Well done Year 2!

Well done Year 2, your work for today is complete. You have worked exceptionally hard again. Remember to send me your completed work. Even if you don’t manage to complete everything, I am happy if you have tried your hardest.

Mrs Farrier

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