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Yr 2 W.C 22nd June

Subject

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How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ant Maths – Addition and Subtraction

MATHS 1 sheet 1

MATHS 1 sheet 2

MATHS 2 sheet 1

MATHS 2 sheet 2

MATHS 3 sheet 1

MATHS 3 sheet 2

MATHS 4 sheet 1

MATHS 4 sheet 2

MATHS 5 sheet 1

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

 

 

TEXT

 

QUESTIONS

 

 

To make adventurous word and language choices appropriate to writing a riddle.

 

Explain that a riddle is a word puzzle. A riddle can be set out in different ways, e.g. as joke or rhyming verse.  Read ‘Teaser’ by Tony Milton. Children to answer comprehension questions and then write a simple riddle for an object, e.g. pair of glasses.

 

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

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

 

Text

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Questions

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Lesson 2 Spelling

 

 

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SPELLINGS

 

 

To know the different spellings of the long 'i' sound, different spellings of the long ‘e’ sound and recognise different types of sentence.

 

Spelling Focus:  The long i sound can be spelt in a number of different ways, which can make it a challenge to know which one to apply in different situations. However, there are some helpful patterns. The long e sound can also be spelt in a number of different ways, which can make it a challenge to know which one to apply in different situations. However, there are some helpful patterns. Complete the spelling activities and take note of any patterns you spot as you progress.

 

Grammar Focus: Sentence: How the grammatical patterns in a sentence indicate its function as a statement, question, exclamation or command. Write at least 2 examples 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.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

 

 

 

 

 

Lesson 3

Planning Sheet

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PLANNING A RIDDLE POEM

 

PLANNING SHEET

 

 

To explore how words are used to plan a riddle.

 

Children to use sheet to plan a riddle. Think of a word with a smaller word inside it, e.g. giants. Think of a question that gives a clue to the bigger word, e.g. what kind of ants eat small boys? Giants. What kind of key swings in the trees? Monkeys. Try out your riddles on a parent or older sibling. Write down your best ideas. Use your ideas to plan a teaser poem, beginning with:

 

What kind of key swings in the trees?

A monkey swings in the trees.

 

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

 

Start a new line for each question. Put a question mark at the end of each question.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

 

 

Lessons 4 & 5 Final Version

 

 

 

WRITING PAPER

 

 

 

To draft and edit a riddle (lesson 4). To improve and complete a riddle (lesson 5).

 

Children to write, improve and complete a final version of their riddle. Use your plan for support and remember to start a new line for each question. Put a question mark at the end of each question.

 

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

 

THE TEN COMMANDMENTS

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RE TASK

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To understand why friendship is important.

 

Think about the value of friendship. Why are you friends with your friends? Why is it important to have friends?

Discuss the importance of friendship in the Bible. Look at the 10 commandments and think about which ones can be linked with friendship.

Explore Jesus' friendships - Who were his friends? What did they do for him? Watch video of Jesus and his Disciples:

 BBC BITESIZE

 

Task: Draw a picture of Jesus and his disciples and explain why friendship is important.

 

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

In exercise book or on paper attached.

 

 

 

Science

To order and measure accurately.

 

Organise your family in size order. Do older children/people have bigger feet? Measure each family member’s feet in centimetres (cm). Then measure their hands, legs and arms. Put your data into a table. What conclusions can you draw from your experiment?

In exercise book as a table.

 

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Geography

 

AFRICA

 

 

To explore a country.

 

Children will explore a country in Africa. This can be any country of particular interest. They will have the opportunity to create a detailed information page about their nation of choice. In the top right hand corner, they can begin by colouring in an accurate representation of their country’s national flag. In essence, it is a research project which can be done with the support of an Atlas, map and computer. At the foot of the page, there are three lines to include some other amazing facts about their chosen country.

 

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

 

 

In exercise book or on paper attached.