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Tuesday 2nd March

Good morning Year 2. I hope you are all ok and ready for the day ahead. To start our day, watch the video below and join in – exercising and Maths at the same time!

Here is your timetable for today…

9am9:30am10:30am11pm12pm1pm1:30pm3pm
SpellingEnglishbreakMathsdinnerReadingArtStory

Spelling

Begin your spelling session by reading them out loud to someone in your house. Then spell them out forwards and challenge yourself to spell them out backwards.

money, half, water, Christmas, whole, who, climb, eye, sugar, prove

Then complete rainbow writing using two colours. Write the consonants in the word in one colour and the vowels in the word in another colour.

Remember your vowels – a,e,i,o,u

English Starter

Can you remember the four sentence types from last half term?

  • Statement
  • Question
  • Command
  • Exclamation

Please write down one sentence for each of the sentence types. Please don’t worry if you have forgot what any of them are, just let me know and we can look at it again.

English

Today in English, you are going to be completing work about lions. Watch the video below first, make sure you are listening carefully to the facts and information.

Write the title ‘Magnificent Lions’.

I want you to complete some factual writing today about lions. Use the two sub-headings:

  • What do lions look like?
  • Interesting facts about lions

Remember to write the sub-heading first and the writing underneath. The video should give you lots of information to write about.

In your writing, please use the following skills:

  • Sentence of 3
  • Conjunctions – when, because, if, after, but, so
  • Powerful verbs and adjectives
  • Adverbs
  • Did you know sentence

Maths

Complete the Maths Meeting below:

In Maths today, we are going to be completing column subtraction. Please watch the video below and I will show you exactly how I want you to do it.

After you have watched the video, please complete the subtractions below.

34 – 11 =
64 – 22 =
98 – 60 =
76 – 23 =
87 – 65 =
95 – 44 =

Reading

Watch the video below and I will explain your reading activity for today.

Art

In Art today, you are going to be drawing an African Mask just like the one below. You can use pencil, crayons, felt pens or anything of your choice. Use the one below to help you or you could adapt it slightly and add your own patterns and shapes.

Well done Year 2!

I hope you have had a great day of learning today. Please remember to send me your work over so I can see what you have been up to.

Mrs Farrier

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