Good morning Year 2!
I am so impressed with all the work that you are sending me on the school blog or to my email, thank you very much! I appreciate you all keeping me informed with your days and how you're getting on with the tasks, when I know everyone has different and busy home lives and routines! Please just keep doing your best, that's all I ask You are all making me proud.
Here are your learning tasks that I would like you to complete today.
Remember, you can email any work/ pictures you have completed to
** TTRS TOURNAMENT YEAR 2 BOYS VS GIRLS… FINISHES THURSDAY 6PM. TRY TO LOG ON EVERYDAY TO EARN POINTS FOR YOUR TEAM. CERTIFICATES GIVEN FOR THE TOP COIN SCORERS! SO FAR, THE GIRLS ARE IN THE LEAD... FOR NOW **
I am consistently monitoring your activity on online resources. Please make sure you’re accessing your daily tasks.
Tuesday 5th May 05/05/2020
Tuesday morning PE Lesson!
Click on the link below, I would like you to play 'Footloose' first then you can choose ANY more of the videos you wish to play and exercise to this morning!
Maths- L.O. Fractions- Find a third
Click on the link below, then click Week 2 and watch the clip ‘Lesson 2- Find a third’.
Then I would like you to click ‘Get the activity’ next to the clip. If you have a printer, please print the activity sheets and complete them. If not, put the short date and objective in your red maths book and work your way through the questions. Please answer the questions as best and as neatly as you can, you can draw the shapes from the questions to help you, and number instead of tick. For Questions 2 and 3, rather than drawing the pictures, you can write how many you would circle for each if it’s easier.
English- L.O. To gather vocabulary for a riddle.
I would like you to choose a sea life creature. It could be an octopus, whale, fish, turtle, shark, starfish...
Today, we are going to plan and gather lots of vocabulary together to describe our sea life creature. This will help us write a detailed and exciting riddle for our sea life creature tomorrow.
I’m going to choose a shark. You can use the same, or choose your own.
Put the date and learning objective in your green writing book. Below is how I would like you to present your work, using a list of vocabulary types (We used to do this a lot in class). Please feel free to use some examples of my vocabulary for your own sea creature, but DO NOT copy it. Mine is filled in as an example:
Adjectives- vicious, ferocious, pointy, scary, tremendous, ginormous, grey, powerful, hungry, terrifying, frightening, evil and murky.
Verbs- swim, lurk, cut, grin, eat, look and chase.
Adverbs- quickly, silently, seriously and incredibly.
Alliteration- ginormous grey, silently swimming, terrifying teeth, seriously scared, malicious monster.
Rhyme- sea, me, around, sound, fin, grin, meat, eat, pace, chase
Adjectives- words that describe a noun.
Verbs- doing words
Adverbs- describe a verb ‘slowly’
Alliteration- two or more words put together that start with the same letter ‘clouds creep’
Rhyme- words with the same sound
RE- L.O. To know about Pentecost.
On the feast of Pentecost, the Church family remembers and celebrates the coming of the Holy Spirit and the Good News of Jesus- the news of God’s love for everyone. At Mass, they listen to the story from Acts of the Apostles about the coming of the Holy Spirit.
Read the power point below.
In the picture, the Holy Spirit has filled Jesus’ friends with new life. They are not afraid anymore, they wanted to share their joy. We too can spread the word about this happiness because we know that Jesus has brought new life for everyone through the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus promised. The Holy Spirit is a helper and guide in our lives.
On A4 blank paper, please could you put the date and objective and recreate me a modern day picture to show how the Holy Spirit has filled us with new life. Underneath, make up a short prayer thanking Jesus for sending the Holy Spirit.
*Please try and make some time to read to your adult at some point today and fill in your reading diary!*
Have a lovely Tuesday! I'll be looking out for you on our blog, email or TTRS!
Love, Miss Dewhurst x