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Wednesday 10th June

I have loved looking at your owl collages from Monday. Can we please see more of them as well as the trees that you did yesterday?

1. The Daily Three – Maths

 

Mental Maths:  NUMBOTS: 

You did so well last week that we are having one more week of our daily Numbots challenge!    Have a go at moving up a level this week.  Remember to have your user name and password ready.  It is in home school pack and in the cover of your blue Home School book.  https://play.numbots.com/#/account/search-school

 

WHITE ROSE MATHS:  We are working from the alternative planning for Week 7.  Here is the link:  https://vimeo.com/425620627

 

FIND CHANGE

Today you could use a blank number line counting back first in tens and then in units to find the answer:

 

 

At the bottom of the page I have attached the worksheets.

 

2.  The Daily Three – Literacy

 

PHONICS:

Pine and Maple group: 

 Today you have a ‘double letter worksheet to complete with double ‘ll’ and ‘tt’.  At the end you need to put the words into alphabetical order.  I hope you enjoy it! 

Double letter worksheet at the bottom of the page.

 

 Holly Group:  

 

Today I would like you to play a Floss Dance double letter board game:

 

 

Don’t forget to do the Floss dance at the end!  (I would love to see you doing it on Class Dojo)

There is a copy at the bottom of the page

 

Oak Group: 

Today we are going to remind ourselves of the spelling rules for adding suffixes: ness, less, ful and ly.

Please watch the Power point presentation and join in the activity.  First have a go at writing the word down for each one then check the spelling.  Then practice each word 3 times.

The Power point is at the bottom of the page.

 

Writing Today:

 I need you all to help me with this project.  You are going to do part of this on your own and then part to make a tree shapes poem for the whole class!!

First have a look at these pictures in which owls might make their nests.

  

Could you write two sentences describing one of the trees or the owls nesting in its branches or a hollow in the trunk?  Could you use alliteration?

 

My sentences are:

Hidden in your bending, brittle branches are 3 balls of feathers snug and safe in their owl nest.

Wishing and waiting for a tasty vole, mouse or frog to swallow whole.

Then send me your sentences to Class Dojo so I can make it into a whole class shape poem!

 

3.  The Daily Three – Creative Art and poetry

 

Now draw your own tree and see if you can write your two sentences along the trunk of the tree or as part of the branches like this one.

 

 

 

FINALLY – please send me your two sentences on messenger on Class Dojo and Mrs Gibb is going to collect the whole of Year 2’s sentences and make them into a tree shaped poem.

Maths worksheet, Pine and Maple Group double letters, Oak Group Suffix spelling rules,

Holly Group Double letters Floss game

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