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Yr2 W.C April 20th

W/C 20.04.20

Subject

Minimum expectation of time spent

Work set

Details of work set

How should this be completed?

Maths

 

 

1 hour per day

Busy Ant Maths

Maths 1

Maths 2

Maths 3

Maths 4

Maths 5

LOOM VIDEO

 

Children to answer questions. If they have completed their challenge, they can progress onto additional activities or games on mathletics or the suggested links.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

English

1 hour per day

Lesson 1 Comprehension

Lesson 1 Comprehension Like an Animal

Lesson 1 Comprehension What The Ladybird Heard

Children to read the texts and answer the questions.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

Lesson 2 Grammar

 

Children to complete the Word Classes activities

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

Lesson 3 Planning Sheet and Text

Lesson 3 Text

Lesson 3 Planning Sheet

Lesson 3 Planner Prompt

Read the story of Mr Wolf's Pancakes. Focus on what kind of character Mr Wolf is and find evidence in the book. Think about appearance, personality, likes and dislikes.

Plan a character description of Mr Wolf.  Draw a picture of Mr Wolf in the middle of the page and then mind-map sentences that describe his appearance/ likes/ dislikes/ personality etc.

Ensure you make reference to the text to support your reasoning's and give a viewpoint e.g.: In my opinion… People may think… etc

 

Read and discuss with parent.

Directly onto sheet  or in exercise book

Lesson 4 Writing

Lesson 4 and 5 Paper

Discuss features of a character description.

Now begin to write your character description of Mr Wolf.

Focus on a range of punctuation and extending sentences with conjunctions. Ensure book, character and author are stated in the introduction.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

Lesson 5 Writing

See link above

Children should complete their character description of Mr Wolf, including a conclusion.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book

Foundation Subjects

History

History Writing Template

 

 

 

 

LOOM VIDEO

Directly onto sheet or in exercise book.

RE

RE Sheet

 

Discuss what a wish is.

What would you wish for?

Think about Christianity - Who do Christians believe in?

What is a prayer? Why do people pray? Who do they pray to? Where can they pray? What reasons do people have for praying?

 

Task: Think about what you would pray for and write your own prayer with illustrations.

Directly onto sheet or in exercise b