Home Learning Letter – Year 2
This post outlines work for Wednesday 27th January. When completing tasks, children can either do so electronically (via Microsoft PowerPoint or Word) or by recording work on separate sheets of paper or a notepad.
This week your TEAMs assignments are for RE on Wednesday and DT on Friday. Please remember to ‘turn in’ on the day it is set, for feedback.
Please use the email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact the Year 2 Team at any time and we get back to you the next working day.
In Literacy this week we are continuing with our work on George’s Marvellous Medicine and the children are designing their own medicine for Grandma.
Click here for today’s narrated power-point
Recipe template 1 pdf
Potion Template 2 word
Today we are looking at how to add equal groups by using the strategy of repeated addition building upon your knowledge of making and recognising equal groups. Use this narrated power-point for the lesson and complete this worksheet alongside the power-point.
Click here for the answer sheet.
If you are struggling to play the videos that feature in today’s power-point presentation, we have saved them separately here:
Clip 1 slide 9
Clip 2 slide 14
If your child needs to practise this again, try using the equipment and writing the repeated addition underneath. Some children will need to do this for every question to ensure they do not miss out any steps
Further extension tasks can be found here.
Don’t forget to practise your mental maths skills on a regular basis. Your log-in details are on the back of your reading diary.
This lesson is a TEAMs assignment. Please turn in the task today when it has been completed. If you have technical issues with TEAMs, the resources are below.
In this lesson you will discover what really happened when the Prodigal Son returned home. A large part of this lesson requires discussion with either a family member or as a class if you are in school. Work through the powerpoint discussing the questions until you get to the task. For the task, you will need to write on a heart or you can draw your own heart with lines on. Is there a time when you forgave/ didn’t forgive? How did it feel?
heart template word
Power-point of lesson
To clarify: press here for the link to the correct clip to watch on slide 3 of the powerpoint
For this weeks P.E. at home click here to watch the Video #This is PE with a Focus on Throwing with accuracy. This is on You Tube, so please be mindful of safe internet use.
Delivery service: All children should have recieved a set of their colour band reading books (unless they attend school during the week). Please be aware, that children may receive books they have already read or ones that may seem easier than others.
Please note: Repetition is useful as the children can learn to use / practice using expression, answer more in-depth comprehension questions – both written and oral (see VIPERs questions in their reading diaries)
You may have read in the press that Oak National Academy are providing a Virtual School Library, they are releasing a book a week with activities provided. This week it is ‘The girl who stole an elephant’- Nizrana Farook.
All e-books are free of charge on Oxford Owl please follow the colour book band used in school – this is found stapled in their reading diary. To access these parents can create a free account.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com
The Year 2 Team