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HOME LEARNING WB: 22.06.20

Friday 26th June 2020

 

Hello Year 2,

 

Well done for completing another week of home learning. Today we are learning about keeping ourselves healthy.

 

Click on the link below and watch the video:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6fc86f

Watch the video and complete the activity.

Watch the video and complete the activity. 1
Watch the video and complete the activity. 2

Use the plate below to design a healthy meal. You can print the plate or draw it in your books.

Use the plate below to design a healthy meal. You can print the plate or draw it in your books. 1
Use the plate below to design a healthy meal. You can print the plate or draw it in your books. 2
Use the plate below to design a healthy meal. You can print the plate or draw it in your books. 3

Have a great weekend.

 

See you on Monday.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Richards

Thursday 25th June 2020

 

Good morning year 2, 

We hope you have been enjoying the weather. Remember to drink plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated whether you are inside or outside. 

Today we are going to do some mathematics, we will be focusing on subtracting 2-digit numbers. You will need your home learning book to write in. 

Watch the video below and follow the lesson. https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/subtracting-2-digit-numbers# 

 

Once you have completed the video, have a go at these subtraction word problems. Remember to use pictorial representations of tens and ones to help you. 

 

Questions

  1. There are 49 apples in a barre. 23 of them went bad, how many are still good?
  2. Sam reads 57 pages of his book. 17 pages have pictures on. How many pages have words written on? 
  3. The school library gave 75 books to year 3 and 30 books less to year 2. How many books did year 2 get? 

 

You will find the answers to your subtraction word problems below. Have a great day and we will see you back on here tomorrow.

 

laughMiss Richards and Mrs Hussainlaugh

 

Answers

  1. There are 49 apples in a barre. 23 of them went bad, how many are still good? 26 apples.
  2. Sam reads 57 pages of his book. 17 pages have pictures on. How many pages have words written on? 40 pages.
  3. The school library gave 75 books to year 3 and 30 books less to year 2. How many books did year 2 get? 45 books.

 

Wednesday 24th June 2020

 

Hello Year 2,

 

We hope you enjoyed completing the activities yesterday. Today we are going to use our comprehension skills to answer some questions and complete some tessellation patterns. 

Activity 1 Read the text below and answer the questions.

Activity 1 Read the text below and answer the questions. 1
Activity 1 Read the text below and answer the questions. 2

ANSWERS TO COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS.

 

1. Jack liked building castles.

 

2. Jack wanted to be a king of of a real castle.

 

3. Jack met a girl.

 

4. Water came in through the door.

 

5. football       bedroom

 

6. In real life Jack wouldn't be the king of a real castle and people wouldn't change in to mermaids.

 

7. For this question you can have any sensible answer. You may have had some of the ideas below:

Jack may wake up and find that it was all a dream.

Jack escapes from the castle and can't find his way back home.

Jack swims away with the mermaids to a far away land.

 

Activity 2 Click on the link to watch the video and complete the activities:. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrmj2sg

Activity 2 Click on the link to watch the video and complete the activities:. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrmj2sg 1
Activity 2 Click on the link to watch the video and complete the activities:. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrmj2sg 2

Have a great day!

See you tomorrow.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Richards

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

 

Good morning year 2, 

We hope you are well. Did you manage to remember all your 2d and 3d shapes? We hope you did and enjoyed the activity yesterday. Today we are going to do some English, we are going to watch the video clip below called caterpillar shoes and answer some questions about the video. Click the link to play the video. https://www.literacyshed.com/caterpillar-shoes.html

 

Activity 1

Answer these questions about the video, you can talk about them to a family member before writing down your answers. Remember to write your answers in full sentences using a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop. You can watch the video as many times as you need to. 

 

  1. What did the caterpillar do all day?
  2. What did the shoes stop?
  3. Why do you think caterpillar's shoes felt tight and small?
  4. Write in order the creatures that caterpillar met

grasshopper, snail, spider, flea, beetle, woodlouse, earthworm, stick insect

 

  1. Who did not need any shoes?
  2. Which creature did the caterpillar not see?
  3. How many shoes did the snail keep?

 

Activity 2

Choose one of the creatures from caterpillar shoes and draw them with a pair of shoes. The shoes can be a design of your choice. Write a sentence underneath to say what the shoes will do or how it will help your creature. 

 

The answers to the questions will be up at 4pm today. 

Remember to do some physical activity and get out in the fresh air; this week is supposed to be filled with sunshine, so the perfect time to get out. 

Have a good day. 

smileyMiss Richards and Mrs Hussainsmiley

 

Answers 

1.What did the caterpillar do all day? The caterpillar ate and walked all day.  

2. What did the shoes stop? The shoes stopped the caterpillar from getting sore feet.  

 

3. Why do you think caterpillar's shoes felt tight and small? The shoes felt tight and small because the caterpillar's feet had grown. 

 

4. Write in order the creatures that caterpillar met. 

grasshopper, snail, spider, flea, beetle, woodlouse, earth worm, stick insect  

Woodlouse, spider, earthworm, grasshopper, beetle, stick insect, snail and a flea

5. Who did not need any shoes? The earthworm did not need any shoes. 

 6. Which creature did the caterpillar not see? The caterpillar did not see the stick insect. 

 

7. How many shoes did the snail keep? The snail kept one shoe.  

 

Monday 22nd June 2020

 

Good morning Year 2,

 

Welcome to another week of home learning.

Our activities today are linked to shapes. Do you remember the names of any 2D and 3D shapes? You can tell an adult or write them down. Do you remember any properties of 2D and 3D shapes? If not don't worry.

 

Watch the video and complete the activities by clicking on the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zcsjqty

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Have a great day!

 

See you tomorrow.

Mrs Hussain and Miss Richards

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