Wednesday 29th April
Wednesday Update! Hope you are all ok - the rain has arrived but what better excuse for puddle jumping?! Remember, you can keep in touch with your teacher and class by using 2email on Purple Mash. You can even send me photos of your amazing home learning (or puddle jumping)!
Maths: Let's explore 3D shape for the next few days. Check out Purple Mash for some fun shape activities and Maths with Parents for some time activities.
Also - have a look at these activities: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zcsjqty
Writing: We are still using this new booklet to complete our writing learning. It follows a similar teaching style to what we use in class! We have separated out the activities into different days, but you can go at your own pace if you want. If you need a paper copy of this booklet, please call the office.
We have now completed the activities in the booklet so for the end of the week we have a few extension tasks before starting a new booklet next week.
Earlier this week, you made a poem about your magic box. Today think about a different sort of box you could make- a spooky box, a box full of blue things, a box with everything unicorn!
Can you draw a picture of your brand new box and label all the things you would put in? Try to describe the items in detail - E.G swap 'a snail shell' for 'a miniscule, swirling snail shell speckled with blue and green'.
|Using the guide on p.17 - 18 now try to write a new poem about your new box. We would love you to email us a photo of your drawings and poems!|
|p.17 - 18|
Reading: Continue to read your books from home and complete another Reading Bingo activity. Can you do them all? If you want more to read, explore the Serial Mash section of Purple Mash where you can find e-books and activities.
Spellings: This week you have been set Y2 AUT2 W5 which is a list os common exception words.
Science: We are still exploring plants and how they grow this week. Follow this link for a selection of games and activities all connected to learning about how plants grow, the names for different plant parts and the life cycle of plants:
Also, to start us thinking about where our food comes from explore these links:
This is a fun quiz you could have a go at: https://www.educationquizzes.com/ks1/science/plants-farming/
Book of the week: Jim and the Beanstalk
Paragon: This term is all about Victorians. Which home learning activity will you do? Victorian handwriting? Quill making? Or what about making your own Victorian toys to play with?
The link below lets you explore victorian games and there are some fun games too:
Have a listen to this story from a Victorian child:
How are our Summers different now?
Book of the week: Oliver Twist - an absolute classic story!
Good luck with all your challenges, remember to use 2email if you want to and you can alsways send us photos of what you've been up to! Be kind and wash your hands!