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Wednesday 3rd February

Good morning Year 2, I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s learning, you completed some excellent work. Start the day by singing along to the three times table song below.

Your timetable for today…

9am9:30am10:30am11am12pm1pm1:30pm3pm
SpellingEnglishbreakMathsdinnerReadingPSHEStory

Spelling

Have a look at your spellings below. Spell each one out loud forwards and backwords.

bigger
fattest
fitter 
flattest
thinner
maddest
redder
saddest
slimmer
wettest

happier
scariest
angrier
grumpiest
messier
messiest

After that, you are going to complete words in words. You are going to look at each spelling and see how many words you can make using the letters in the word.

For example, if I was to use grumpiest, I could make the following words : site, pie, stump

Handwriting

Watch the video below and practise your handwriting. Again, I will be teaching you how to complete joined up writing.

English

You have made an excellent start on your setting descriptions. Today, we are going to work on the next three senses and you are going to finish your description. Remember to use your excellent imagination and be as creative as you can be. Watch the video below and I will share my writing with you.

Here are the skills I want you to use in today’s writing.

  • Conjunctions – while, but, so, because, if, after
  • Powerful verbs – dashed, zoomed, crept
  • Powerful adjectives – glistening, shimmering, revolting
  • Exclamation sentence – Using How or What
  • Alliteration – shimmering, shiny, silky

Maths

For your Maths Meeting, have a look at the video below and remind yourself of column addition. Remember we use column addition when we are adding numbers.

Now complete the questions below:

34 + 21 =
17 + 51 =
25 + 23 =
42 + 36 =

Now you are going to be working on finding the total. You are going to be adding amounts. For each question, please make sure you write out the addition sentence. You shouldn’t need to use column addition because I think you will be able to add them mentally. If you can’t then use your hundred square or use column addition to help.

Have a go at questions 1,3 and 4 below

Now have a go at the two questions below if you fancy challenging yourself!

Reading

For your reading activity today, I want you to listen to the book ‘The Worrysaurus’.

After you have listened to the story, choose two reading activities from the sheet below to complete.

PSHE

Excellent Expressions

We are halfway through the week and we are having so much fun. Remember, this week the message is to ‘express yourself’. Therefore, today you are going to take four pictures of yourself and express what makes you happy in life. Once you have taken four pictures, put them together in anyway you want. Either print them, draw them or paint them. Then, use key words and phrases to explain your expressions and what makes you feel excellent.

Look at Mr Farrier’s expressions below.

Well done Year 2!

Well done, you have worked really hard today and completed another day of home learning. Remember to email me your work, I can’t wait to see what you get up to.

Mrs Farrier

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