1. The Daily Five - Maths
Mental Maths: Get started by spending 10 minutes playing on the numbots. Remember that your login is in your home learning pack or blue home school book.
White Rose Maths:
PARENTS (we are a week behind so please click the link find week Summer Week 3 lesson 1)
Here we go: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
Today’s lesson is all about Fact Families addition and subtraction bonds to 20. You could use your whiteboard to draw base 10 grids and use counters, buttons or raisins ready to use.
REMEMBER if you get stuck you can watch the video again to have another go!
Then have a go at the activity – Well done!
2. The Daily Five - Literacy
Pine and Maple group:
Today you are practicing the ‘ay’ sound: Find the list of ‘ay’ words on your green cards and practice them 3 times each and then write 4 sentences.
Once you have finished writing each word 3 times from Monday, using your words in sentences. (remember: punctuation and adjectives).
Using the same worksheets as yesterday. Complete the one’s you did not finish.
3. The Daily Five - Exercise and Outside Time
Could you make your own exercise sequence. For example: 10 jumps, 6 skips, 10 hops, etc. (I would love to see it on Class Dojo)
4. The Daily Five – Project
You have now learnt about V.E. day on 8th May. Please could you now read about it and answer some questions.
There are three different reading comprehension sheets with questions:
One for Pink group
One for Red group
One for each Blue and Yellow Group.
Tomorrow we are going to bake a wartime recipe called ‘Rock Cakes’ so you might like to check if you have all the ingredients!
5. The Daily Five - Reading and Reading Comprehension
Today we are going to have a go at writing an acrostic poem. Here is using the name of a whale. Whale Words is on our Year 2 Class Story on Class Dojo.
A Right Whale Acrostic
Read this with your parent/carer:
R iding through the waves as fast as the wind
I magine seeing five diving together!
G igantic flippers flapping like paddles on a boat
H uge head plunging into the stormy, grey spray
T hese are the most beautiful whales of all!
Notice how the first letters of each line go together, top to bottom, to spell
out the Right whale’s name – r i g h t!
NOW CAN YOU HAVE A GO: This tool kit might help you:
1. Write the letters of your whale’s name down the left hand side of the
paper. Use capital letters and make sure you get the spelling right!
2. Now for each letter create a line that carries on from the letter and says
something about your whale.
3. See if you can include some great adjectives in your lines.
4. See if you can include a simile in one of your lines.
OF COURSE I WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOUR POEMS ON CLASS DOJO!