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Yr 2 W.C 14th September

W/C 14th September 2020

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How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Lesson 1 – Add both ways

To warm your maths brains up – write down all of the number bonds to 20.

On the sheet provided children are to count the different objects and write the two addition calculations. Ensure your child understands that when writing and addition calculation, the numbers can be either way round to reach the same answer. EG 2 + 3 = 5 as does 3 + 2 = 5

On the worksheet provided, where printing is not possible calculations can be written out on lined or blank paper

Lesson 2 – Cloudy calculations

Write number bonds to 20 as a subtraction calculation EG 20 – 5 = 15, 20 – 4 = 16

On the worksheet provided children are to answer the calculations paying attention to the addition and subtraction symbols. Where needed use a number line/ruler or objects around the house to support counting.

Lesson 3 – Checking fish facts

Explain to children that inverse means the opposite so the inverse of addition is subtraction. Ensure children understand that we can use the inverse calculation to check that we have the correct answer.

Children are to count the fish and write out the addition calculation, they are then to write the inverse subtraction calculation underneath, Children should recognise that they are essentially writing the calculation backwards.

Lesson 4 – Take away or difference

Using the number line on the worksheet children are to start on the given number and make the stated number of jumps backwards because they are subtracting, Children then count the amount of jumps they made and write that as their answer.

English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1 – Comprehension questions

Children are to choose their favourite book from home. Read it and answer the questions provided.

Onto the work sheet or your own paper.

 

Lesson 2 – Character description

Choose your favourite character from your book, draw a picture of them and write a detailed character description. Include information about what they look like and their personality. Use a wide range of literary devices like similes and adjectives.

Lesson 3 – Alternative ending

Change the ending of your favourite story adding an exciting twist. Be sure to use contractions to join clauses EG because, but, so. Use a range of openers EG Suddenly, In the distance, After a while. Include exciting vocabulary.

Lesson 4 – Book review

Review the book of your choice using the template provided.

Lesson 5 – Illustrate a new front cover

If you could change the front cover of your favourite story what would be on it? Get creative and design you’re a brand-new version of your favourite book there are 2 designs to choose from on the attachment provided or you can draw your own.

Foundation

Art – Colour mixing caterpillar

Colour mixing adding white.

Using the caterpillar on the worksheet provided or draw your own. Choose your favourite colour in paint and paint the head of the caterpillar’s head in this colour. Now add a small amount of white paint, paint the next part of the caterpillar in this shade, keep repeating this step (adding white paint and painting the next part of the caterpillar) until the caterpillar is completed. What do you notice about how the colour has changed, this is called ‘shade’ even though the caterpillar is all EG green, there are different shades of the colour green.

Resources needed:

One coloured paint and white paint, paint brush, paper, water pot.

 

Science

Share video on food chains with your child: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z96r82p  Encourage your child to choose their favourite animal and research what other animals and plants are in their food chain. Children are then to draw the food chain out onto a strip of paper. Repeat for various animals, look at animals from different categories EG mammals, reptiles, fish etc

Complete on blank paper/card that is cut into strips.

 

Use child friendly search engines or non-fiction books to find out information.

 

Homework:

Maths

Spellings

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See attached sheet for details

Worksheet provided