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Wednesday 20th January


Here is your timetable for the day. Remember zoom sessions are:

10am English Drop in, 11:30am Maths Drop in and 2:15pm Afternoon Drop in.


Here are your spellings for this week:

patting, slapping, tapping, clapping, grabbing, tagging, cramming,

strapping, begging, stepping

Extra Challenge

quickly, carefully, happily, angrily, loudly, calmly

Please complete rainbow writing for your spellings today. Once you have completed this, write a sentence for each spelling. Can you challenge yourself and use conjunctions in five of your sentences?


In Phonics today, I would like you to look at the split diagraphs below and think of 5 words for each one. Remember they are long vowel sounds.



We are now going to be using the story mountain we created yesterday to write a story. We are going to be retelling the story of Snow White and the Very Angry Dwarf. Each day, we are going to focus on a different part of the story. Which section do you think we will write first? We always start with the beginning section. Remember when we write the beginning we have to write about two things:

  • introduce the characters
  • describe the setting

Have a look back at your story mountain you created.

Now, you are going to watch the video below. I have completed the beginning section for you to have a look at before you write your own. Remember we are only writing the beginning paragraph.

Here is a success criteria for you to use. Can you try and challenge yourself and use all of the skills below?

All children Challenge
– use adjectives
– use because
– use but
– use powerful verbs
– use a list of 3
– use adverbs
– use so
– use a sentence of 3
– use when


In Maths today, we are going to be looking at the relationship between multiplication and division. You are now really good at multiplying and dividing so I want to show you how they work together.

Watch the video below:

Write the following number
sentences as divisions…
Write the following number
sentences as multiplications…
3 x 4 = 12
______ ÷ ______ = ______

6 x 5 = 30
______ ÷ ______ = ______

2 x 10 = 20
______ ÷ ______ = ______

5 x 3 = 15
______ ÷ ______ = _______
60 ÷ 6 = 10
______ x ______ = ______

14 ÷ 2 = 7
______ x ______ = ______

45 ÷ 9 = 5
_______ x ______ = ______

18 ÷ 3 = 6
_______ x ______ = _______
Create four number sentences using the sets of numbers below just like I showed you on the video.

5, 4, 20

9, 10, 90

7, 5, 35


For your reading activity today, you are going to be answering more questions about the book

‘Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy’

Read the text below and the answer the questions.

There were miserable dogs, cantankerous cats, a rabbit with pimples and rickety rats.

Mice with the sneezes, a goat in a rage, and Cassie the cockatoo locked in her cage.

Cassie had claws and a troublesome beak. She saw something twitch so she gave it a TWEAK.

She pulled it so hard that she plucked out a hair and Hairy Maclary jumped high in the air.

  • 1. Clarify the word cantankerous.
  • 2. What adjective is used to describe the dogs?
  • 3. Find the alliteration in the first sentence.
  • 4. What was wrong with the mice?
  • 5. Where was Cassie the cockatoo?
  • 6. Why does he have a troublesome beak?
  • 7. What happened when she pulled it so hard?
  • 8. Where did Hary Maclary jump?


Have a look at the step by step guide below explaining how to draw a self portrait. Now it is your turn to have a go. See if you can draw a picture of yourself and a picture of someone else in your family. Try your hardest and make sure you add in any extra details.

Well done Year 2, your work for today is complete. Please try and upload your child’s work by completing the submission below. Please note, your child’s work will not be published on the website, it will be sent privately to me. Alternatively, if you have trouble uploading it below, please email the work over to me.

My email address is rprice@handale.rac.sch.uk

Mrs Farrier

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