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Tuesday 26th January

Good morning Year 2, I hope you are ready for another fun day of learning.

Message for Parents

Please check your emails throughout today. I will be sending out an email explaining more details about a new whole school learning platform to further assist communication between school and parents and celebrate your child’s successes.

Your timetable for today…

9am9:30am10:3011am12pm1pm1:30pm3pm
SpellingEnglishbreakMathsdinnerReadingHistorySotry
English zoom session 10am, Maths zoom lesson 11:30am, Afternoon zoom session 2:15pm

Spelling

Your spellings for the week are below. Please begin your session by reading them out loud and make sure you clarify any words you are unsure about.

After you have done this, please find some coloured pencils and complete rainbow writing. Then, go back through and underline the suffix rule in each spelling.

mopped
begged
stepped
jetted
 slipped
patted
slapped
 grabbed
tapped
plotted
everyone
everybody
everything
anyone
anybody
anything

Complete the sentences below using your weekly spellings. You might also have to add adjectives to the sentences too.

I ______________ the floor happily.
I ____________ my __________ , __________ dog.
I ______________ my bag and ran down the ________ lane.
I _____________ my teacher to let me play on the ________ , _________ slide.

Handwriting

Watch the video below and complete handwriting. I am going to teach you how to join some letters correctly.

English

English Starter

Can you remind yourself what a plural is? After you have done that, I want you to watch the video below and then complete the activity below.

Look at the words below and change them into plurals. Use the rules from the video to help you.

SingularPlural
car
bush
loaf
puppy
frog
house
wife
baby







English Main Activity

I really enjoyed looking at your best and worse memories from 2020. It will be a year we will never forgot. Today, we are going to work on using because to discuss how those memories made us feel. For each memory that you put on your sheet of paper yesterday, you are going to put it into a sentence. Make sure you explain how the memory made you feel and use powerful adjectives: unhappy, nervous, excited, overwhelmed. Remember to include a conjunction in each sentence and complete a sentence for each of your memories. Please do this in your English book and use your neatest writing. Look at my examples below.

One of my best memories was spending more time with Tuffles so my sentence could be:

I loved going on long walks with Truffles in the sunshine because I was able to explore new places.

One of my worst memories was not being able to teach children every day in class so my sentence could be:

Every day, I really missed my class of children because I worried about the learning they were missing and I didn’t want them to be lonely at home.

After you have completed the sentences, have a go at the activity below.

Maths

Today we are continuing with our learning on Money. Watch the video below to find out what you will be learning.

Now complete the questions below.

Reading

In your reading session today, I want you to create a book review for your current book which you are reading or one of your favourite books. Look at the template below and then create your own. You could also rate your book out of 10.

History

We are going to continue with our learning on The Great Fire of London. Watch the video below. Your history task for today is explained on the video.

Well done Year 2!

You have worked hard today, well done to you all. Now it is time for you to enjoy a story. Please remember to email me your work so I can have a look at how well you have done.

Mrs Farrier

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