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Week beginning 20.4.20

Maths

Summer Term - Week 1: Lesson 1 Find 3 quarters

Follow the link and watch the video https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

 Complete the following activity:

 

Summer Term - Week 1: Lesson 2 Count in Fractions

Follow the link and watch the video https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

 Complete the following activity:

Some of you found these lessons tricky yesterday. I am so proud that you had a go yes
If the above activity is too challenging, please try the lesson at the link below:


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

Summer Term - Week 1: Lesson 3 Measure Length (cm)

Follow the link and watch the video https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

 Complete the following activity:

If the above activity is too challenging, please try the lesson at the link below:
 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvtppg8

Summer Term - Week 1: Lesson 4 Measure Length (m)

Follow the link and watch the video https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

 Complete the following activity:
 

If the above activity is too challenging, please try the lesson at the link below:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7cthbk
 

Summer Term - Week 1: Lesson 5 Friday Family Maths Challenge

Follow the link and watch the video https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

 Complete the following activity:

The most suitable questions for year 2 are questions 1, 2 and 3. But why don't you work with your family to try to solve the rest of the problems? How many could you do?

English

Lesson 1
WALT: describe using expanded noun phrases

 

 

Challenge 1

On your adventure you spot some strange animal tracks. Can you match the animal to the footprints that they leave behind?

Challenge 2

Describe one of the animals to someone in your family, you could use some of the adjectives above to help you. Can they guess which animal you are describing?

 

Red Challenge Yellow Challenge Green Challenge Gold Challenge
Use an adjective to
describe each animal

Use expanded noun
phrases to describe
3 animals

 

How many sentences 
can you write?

Use expanded noun
phrases to describe
animals

 

How many sentences 
can you write?

Use expanded noun
phrases to describe
animals

 

How many sentences 
can you write?

 

An expanded noun phrase is sometimes called a 2A sentence. Can you see all of the features you must include in your sentences?                
An expanded noun phrase is sometimes called a 2A sentence​​​​​​​

Lesson 2
WALT: describe a character using expanded noun phrases.

Today's Challenge...

There aren't just animal footprints that you have found! You notice some strange tracks and decide to follow them! In the middle of a large, grassy clearing you see the strangest of creatures. Is it an alien? 

Look what I found! Can you design your own strange creature and label it?

 

Red Challenge Yellow Challenge Green Challenge Gold Challenge
Use 1 adjective
to describe some 
of the body parts of
your creature
Use 2a sentences
to describe some
of the body parts of
your creature
Use 2a sentences
to describe all
of the body parts of
your creature

Challenge: remember
to use a comma 
between adjectives
Use 2a sentences
to describe all
of the body parts of
your creature. Remember
to use a comma 
between adjectives

Challenge: can you write 
a few sentences to 
describe your 
creature?

 

Lesson 3 and 4
WALT: make writing interesting using different sentence types

Challenge 1

 

There are four types of sentence: statements, questions, commands and exclamations. Each is structured differently and serves a different purpose.

 

statement shares (or declares) information or an opinion. Statements tell you about something: ‘Kate was running late.’

 

question is a sentence that seeks information. We generally ask questions to find something out: ‘Why are you late, Kate?’ 

 

An exclamation expresses how strongly we feel about something. We might be showing horror, astonishment, surprise, sadness or joy. In English grammar, an exclamation usually begins with the words ‘what’ or ‘how’: ‘What a fun sentence!’

 

command is sometimes called a directive. They tell the reader to do something, often giving orders or instructions: ‘Hurry up and sit down, Kate.’

 

Which punctuation would you use at the end of each sentence?

 

Challenge 2

The alien or creature you have found looks a little sad! We need to help them get back home. 
Can you create a found poster so that their family knows where to find them. Don't forget to use the 2a sentences you wrote yesterday so that you can describe your creature well enough to be found. 

 

Red Challenge Yellow Challenge Green Challenge Gold Challenge
Use 2a sentences
to describe your
creature.

Use capital letters
and full stops. 
Use 2a sentences
to describe your
creature.

Use capital letters
and full stops. Use
question mark.
Use 2a sentences
to describe your
creature.

Use capital letters
and full stops. Use
question mark and
an exclamation mark.

Use 2a sentences
to describe your
creature.

Use capital letters
and full stops. Use
question mark and
an exclamation mark.

 

Use commas in the 
right place.
 

Example:
longwavy arms

 

Really focus on neat handwriting today so that the creature's family can read your poster smiley

Topic
(Choose 1 activity to do each day)

Exploring the world today is a lot easier than it was in the past. We can get in a car, boat or plane and visit any country in the world! Unfortunately, you won't get very far without a passport! 

Can you design your own passport? You could decorate your front cover with places you've been or places you'd like to go. Don't forget to draw a picture of yourself on the inside and describe yourself clearly so that you can come on our adventure! 

You could use the passport template to help you.

Outside Activities

If you go out for a daily walk take notice of the things around you. How many shops have you seen? Did you walk past the school? Did you see a park? 

Maps are really important for explorers so that they don't get lost. Can you create a map of your local area? You could use google maps to help you if you can't get outside. 


 

 

When you go on an adventure it is nice to bring back souvenirs to remember your trip. Can you complete the matchbox challenge and pack as many things into a matchbox as possible? If you don't have a matchbox maybe you could use a small container.
 

Science

Music


Each week we are lucky enough to have a specialist music teacher deliver music lessons. Please follow the links below to take part in a music lesson each week.

 

Warm up:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCGNjYJhyJs&list=PL3eTyY68iYYjNjBcNJEYemhzuBa6axsx-&index=21

 

Warm up song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyF9kYB2b2g&list=PL3eTyY68iYYjNjBcNJEYemhzuBa6axsx-&index=20

 

Practise:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ykyx_PK7Zxo&list=PL3eTyY68iYYjNjBcNJEYemhzuBa6axsx-&index=45

 

 

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