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Yr 2 W.C 15th June

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Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ant Maths – Addition and Subtraction

MATHS 1

MATHS 2

MATHS 3

MATHS 4

MATHS 5

 

Children to complete the tasks provided and if finished can move on to the additional tasks.  Children may also wish to play games on Mathletics or the suggested links.

 

Directly onto the sheet or onto an exercise book.

 

Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Lesson 3

Lesson 4

Lesson 5

 

English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1

Stories and Role Play:

THE PAPAYA THAT SPOKE:

 

PART 1 (STORY)

 

PART 2 (ACTION BANK)

 

 

 

To explain ideas and processes using imaginative and adventurous vocabulary and non-verbal gestures to support communication.

 

Read 'The Papaya that Spoke'' story. Children to begin to learn this story today with all the corresponding actions. Once learnt, children are asked to retell the whole story to a parent with the applicable actions. Children to then perform in front of the whole family.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

 

LOOM

 

Lesson 2

Spelling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRAMMAR

 

 

To know the different spellings of the 'or' sound and answer questions based on a text.

 

Spelling Focus: The /or/ sound spelt /ar/ after w and qu.  There are not many of these words, e.g. war, warm, towards. Dictation to be given to the children with the spelling rule put into a sentence: Towards the end of spring the sun gets warm. What is a quarter of eight? War is not a happy thought. Discuss with the children what punctuation will be needed for the dictated sentences, i.e. capital letters and full stops.

 

Grammar Focus: Sentence: How the grammatical patterns in a sentence indicate its function as a statement, question, exclamation or command. Complete activity sheet before writing at least 1 example a statement, question, exclamation and command.

 

Examples:

Statement – The young monkey loves to eat bananas.

Question – What do young monkeys love to eat?

Exclamation – What a hungry monkey!

Command – Put down that bunch of bananas.

 

Ensure accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as neatest handwriting and presentation.

 

Children to recap the story learnt yesterday. Discuss actions. What questions would you ask about the text? Remind children that answers are found in the text and not made up. Children to create their own questions on the text for a parent or sibling to answer.

 

Ensure accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as neatest handwriting and presentation.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

 

 

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Lesson 3

Planning Sheet

 

 

 

PLANNING SHEET

 

 

To create and tell real and imagined stories using the conventions of familiar 'story language'.

 

Children to start lesson by retelling the whole of the story of ‘The Papaya that Spoke’. Then, begin to think of innovations to the story, e.g. 'Once upon a time, there was a doctor who lived in the countryside. One day, he felt ravenous and so went out to pick an apple.' etc. Children to create an innovation of the story and begin to learn this story to retell to a parent or the whole family and plan on story map.

 

Ensure accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as neatest handwriting and presentation.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

 

LOOM

Lessons 4 & 5 Final Version

 

 

 

WRITING PAPER

 

 

 

To draft and edit an innovation of a text (lesson 4). To improve and complete an innovation of a text (lesson 5).

 

Recap innovated story of ‘The Papaya that Spoke’ from yesterday. Discuss with children their own innovations. Explain that they will be writing their innovations in full today. Children to use their individual story map to write their innovation of the story and to edit as they write.

 

Recap innovation of the story from yesterday's lesson. Children to edit their work. Children to complete their stories and share with the rest of the family.

 

Ensure accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as neatest handwriting and presentation.

In exercise book or on paper attached.

Foundation

Geography

 

 

 

 

 

To continue a project.

 

Ensure accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as neatest handwriting and presentation.

Continue project.

 

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Religious Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To consider our responsibility to look after the world.

 

Take a minute for a personal reflection: what one thing could you do to show care for the world today / this week?

Discuss whether it is only religious people that should care for the world. Is it just up to religious people? What would happen if that was the case?

Think about why people don't always look after the world, specifically talking about waste and greed.

 

Task: Create a ‘Recycled Creature’ from recycling materials to help consider whether we are wasting the world’s resources by using so much.

 

Ensure accurate spelling, punctuation and grammar as well as neatest handwriting and presentation.

In exercise book or on paper attached.

 

LOOM

 

Science

 

 

 

To measure and order accurately.

 

Organise your family in size order. Do older children/people have larger heads? Measure each family member’s head in centimetres (cm). Create a hat for each of your family member using their head measurements. Decorate! What conclusions can you draw from the experiment?

Materials for hat making and put head sizes into a table.