Week 1

Welcome back everyone, I hope that you have had a lovely Easter Holiday. Here is an outline of our learning this week. All resources and information are on class dojo.

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 WEEKS 3 and 4

Happy Easter everyone!

The work on here is for the whole of the Easter holiday if you would like to continue your learning.

I hope you enjoy the activities.

                            EASTER SPELLING

You have units 11 and 12 in your packs for RWI. Words with the suffixes ful and ness.

Of course make sure you now know all your Dangerous words and keep practising your exception words too!

                  EASTER MENTAL MATHS

After Easter you will receive your Log ins for Times Table Rockstars! Prepare yourselves for this by learning your 2x 5x 10x tables by heart!

Also the expectation at the end of year 2 in mental maths is :

  • Count forwards and backwards in 1, 2, 3, 5 ,10
  • Know all number bonds within 20
  • Can count in 2’s 5’s 10’s forwards and backwards.

By September you’ll need to have mastered these to be Year 3 ready!!

                        EASTER WRITING

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PSgoPdKQFQ&feature=youtu.be

                                                                                   

Click the link to watch the Easter Story, then write a recount in your Writing Book. You could write each event in its own paragraph. Remember to:

  • Talk to your audience as if you were telling them the story aloud.
  • Start some sentences with an adverb.
  • Join sentences with words like , and , because, so ,if, when or, but, that.
  • Use adjectives to describe nouns and adverbs to describe verbs.
  • Use ambitious words  EG dash is a better word than run.
  • Check your writing by reading it aloud to yourself to check if your punctuation is correct.
  • Look carefully for spelling mistakes, especially in Dangerous words or exception words.

You could write a paragraph a day, retelling the events in an interesting way to entertain your audience and help them understand the story.

eg Palm Sunday

Good Friday

Easter Sunday.

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For those of you who enjoy reading, here are two comprehensions to get your teeth into! A  fiction and a non fiction. Can you say which is which and why? There’s lots of ambitious vocabulary in here, do you know what these fantastic words mean?

Write your answers in your writing book.

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Why did Jesus sacrifice himself for us? What is Salvation? How does this teach us forgiveness?

                                 

You could use this cross and write words around it which make you think of why Jesus died , who he died for and why?   Make the words stand out by making them colourful, in curly writing, bubble writing, patterned writing etc and draw a picture inside the cross of Jesus, or Jesus with his friends or with God in heaven etc.

eg      bravery       forgivness          saved us       salvation        sacrifice 

 

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Decorating eggs!

                                      

Before school closed we had been finding out about Easter customs , can you tell your grown up about them? How many can you remember? Make a list of as many as you can!

Another traditional custom  is egg rolling. You have to decorate an egg , the one above I made this morning by hard boiling an egg and using felt tip pens and paper to decorate it , but you could paint yours or stick paper or sequins etc on it. It could look like an Easter egg or an Easter bunny or a hot cross bun!!

The idea is to roll it down a hill, or make a ramp in your garden to roll it down. If you have grown ups who are free to help you or brothers or sisters, you could each decorate an egg and have a race!

                                                                                    Easter cards

We made Easter cards at school before school closed but you may like to make a card for others in your family and post it to them as a surprise!

Here is a sheet which explains how to make pop up cards. We have used some of these ideas this year already but you can adapt them for Easter too!

                                                                                       

You could make a card with a chick or bunny inside that opens its mouth, or pops up or out of the middle, or even your house with Easter eggs hidden inside! Be creative with your cards and send me some pictures of them and I’ll pop them on the website too.

       MATHS

Before school closed we had a challenge to see how many egg boxes we could fill with just 3 white eggs and 3 brown eggs, arranged differently each time. We were practising working systematically and were surprised by how many we could do!

How many can you do this time? Challenge your grown up to find more than you!

                                                                                   

Don’t forget there are so many other brilliant sites for maths that you could use!

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Also watch out for your new log in to My Maths coming towards the end of the Easter holidays too!

If you have “time “you could make yourself a clock face out of card. Here is one I’ve made below.

Please colour your long(minute) hand blue and your short(hour) hand red. BUT please make sure your long hand is long enough to touch the edge of your clock and the short hand to touch your red numbers. You could use a split pin or unbend a paper clip. Cellotape part of the clip down on the back when you’ve stuck half through the plate, and bend the bit on the front round so the hands don’t fall off! See picture below. Then you’ll be all set to go after Easter when we start our time work!

                                                     

                                            EASTER HANDWRITING

For those of you on bronze or silver level handwriting certificates, this is for you!

     

   

So this is the last work to be set online before Easter.

Further work will be set on 20th April.

I hope you and your families are able to have a lovely Easter.

Take care everyone and stay safe.

Mrs Teale x

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Welcome to the last day of term. But the learning continues throughout the next two weeks with some fun activities to celebrate this most important celebration for Christians, Easter!

SPELLING 

Please ask your grown up to test your spellings today.  Use the same format as last week.

  • 3 words from the RWI words. This week al words
  • 3 words from your “Dangerous” wordsheet (in your pack)- don’t forget the memory tricks to help you remember them!
  • 2 words from the Y2 exception wordsheet (in your pack)
  • 2 words from past spelling tests in your purple spelling book. 

Write your spelling test in your purple spelling book.

 MENTAL MATHS

Coming soon! Your login for  Times Tables ROCK STARS!

Watch out for it after Easter. You’ll be able to battle your friends and the JUNIORS too!

Year 2 Maths Challenge Week 2 Day 5

GRAMMAR and READING COMPREHENSION

Read the poem and answer the questions in the front of your writing book. Can you remember what adjectives and verbs are and what they do?

                                                                     

ART

Yesterday you made the background to your Rainforest collage. Alayna has already finished her background.

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Today we are going to make the next parts of the collage. But don’t worry, it doesn’t need to be finished today as you will have plenty of time over the next two weeks to do it!

1.See above the back ground you made yesterday .

2.Now you need to do a rough sketch of your animal and then collage it. .

3. Cut out the  animal and stick in down so it sticks out in 3D , then cut out your foliage and stick it on so that it stands away from the background creating a 3D effect too. 

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Send me a picture of just your collage and I will create a Gallery for the website, and I will put your name next to your fantastic pictures in the Gallery.

 

MATHS

                                                                             

Look at the curriculum links on our website.

Go to the Homepage, Click on Homework, look at the bottom of the drop down menu for curriculum links. You will find some links to White Rose and My Maths websites. Focus on the fractions  over the holidays.

Today can you find any flags from countries round the world which are in ¼ ½ and ¹/3 ?

             

Belgium                     Benin                      Indonesia

Can you find any more? Draw, colour and write which fraction they are in your maths book.

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I hope you enjoyed today’s learning!  Tomorrow I will upload lots of Easter activities for you for your home learning!

Mrs Teale

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 2

2.4.20  Day 11

Good morning everyone. I hope you enjoyed your home learning yesterday!

SPELLING AND MENTAL MATHS

Today please focus on the Year 2 exception words (in your pack and in your purple spelling book).

In mental maths retrieve your counting forwards and backwards in 1’s, 2’s, 5’s, 10’s

Y2 Maths Challenge Week 2 Day 4

WRITING

Today it’s a great day to write a letter! Lots of us are stuck at home, missing our friends and family. Could you write a letter to a special friend or grandparent to tell them what you have been doing. It will really make a difference to someone you love!

                        Reading

Today choose your favourite story. Practise reading it aloud  just like we’ve done at school.

Remember you will need to practise using…..

  • Expression – to make it interesting
  • Intonation – make special effects with your voice
  • Gesture – use your body to emphasise what you are reading.

Now present your book to your family in the most entertaining way possible!

 

ART

Today we are going to begin a collage of your chosen rainforest animal, but we are starting with the background first.

  1. Cut out as many pieces of blue coloured paper from the magazines you have collected.
  2. Find a piece of A4 sized paper.
  3. Stick your pieces down in an interesting way. I chose to try and make mine shaded from dark to light, but it’s up to you how you stick the pieces down.                                                                                       TIP – Don’t cut them all into squares, it looks more effective if the pieces are different sizes and shapes.  Also don’t leave many white bits inbetween the pieces.              

         

 

                                MATHS

Here are the answers from yesterday. On the first sheet don’t worry if you haven’t coloured the same sections as me, as long as you’ve coloured the same number of sections as me!

We are continuing with fractions today and if you have not had a go at these pages yet, the White Rose Maths Home Learning is great for starters!

Active Learn also has some new games involving fractions. Check them out!

There is also an Active Learn homework sheet for you to download too.

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/downloadable-resource?id=655406&file=homework_sheet_2_16.pdf

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If you’d like to send pictures of your home learning to the school website, I’ll put them on the News page for everyone to enjoy!

Happy Learning!

Mrs Teale

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK 2

1. 4. 20 Day 10

Good morning ,white rabbits,white rabbits,white rabbits! It’s supposed to be lucky to say this on the first day of a new month! Lets hope it’s true!

SPELLING AND MENTAL MATHS

Today practice spelling all the “Dangerous” words on the word mat. Use the pictures to make a mental prompt for you to visualise the word when you write it.

In mental maths, can you retrieve all your number bonds to 20?

Y2 Maths Challenge Week 2 Day 3

HANDWRITING

If you wrote a description of a rainforest animal yesterday you will have worked really hard. So today for a change we are going to revisit the first join in handwriting. If you already have your Gold or Platinum handwriting certificate you are excused from this!

 

Please copy the exercises into your writing book.

READING

Use the time today to continue with the comprehension from your pack independently ,or mark it and correct it with your grown up.

GEOGRAPHY

Can you remember how many continents there are and what they are called?

Isla sent a super song to help us remember the continents and where they are. Thanks Isla!

https://youtu.be/K6DSMZ8b3LE

 

MATHS

Here are the answers to yesterday’s fractions. There’s another trickier sheet for all of you who like a maths challenge! Copy them into your maths book.

 

Now you’ll need your fraction mat and 8 pennies or counters or buttons etc.

  1. Put the whole 8 pennies across the top of your mat.
  2. Find     ½ of 8    by sharing the pennies equally into the two halves.
  3. As the calculation only asks for 1 half , only count the pennies in one half. What is the answer?

  

4. The answer is 4. There are only 4 pennies in 1 half.

Can you find out how many pennies in ¼,   or  ¾? Write the calculations in your maths book.

Will you be able to find out how many pennies in one  third of 8? Why? Write your explanation  down.

Now use your fraction mat to help you with these challenging calculations. You may need a few more pennies. Do them in your maths book too.

I hope you enjoy today’s learning. Keep sending pictures of anything you are proud of and it will make us all smile!

Take care,

Mrs Teale

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31. 3. 20 Day 9 

Good morning everyone . I hope you are all enjoying your home learning.

SPELLING AND MENTAL MATHS

This week we are on unit 10 of RWI (in your pack) and the focus is on words ending in al.

For mental maths keep practising your X tables which will be really useful towards the end of the week when you are finding fractions of numbers.

Y2 Maths Challenge Week 2 Day 2

ENGLISH/SCIENCE

David Attenborough has visited many places across the World including rainforests. This video from Planet Earth ÌÌ is a great introduction to them. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b083wt7z/planet-earth-ii-3-jungles

You might even spot the animal you’ve chosen for your character description!

Look back at the words you brainstormed yesterday. Can you add any more before you write your character description? Here is the brainstorm I made , I used this encyclopedia to help me too!

                                                                                                 

I wanted to make my description really capture the character of this animal so I thought I would:

  • Talk to my audience and ask them/tell them/explain to them all about my animal.
  • Use lots of adjectives for description.
  • Start my sentences with some adverbs, eg surprisingly, cleverly etc
  • Also use adverbs to describe verbs. The frog suddenly jumped, or its tongue flicked quickly.

Here is the beginning of my animal description……………

Did you know that some frogs live in trees? Well the brightly coloured Tree Frog does just that. What a clever creature he is! He uses his swollen fingers to leap quickly from branch to branch, and can camouflage himself sneakily against the colourful foliage………

I will try and finish this for tomorrow and draw a colourful picture to illustrate it too.

 

READING

I found out lots of information about rainforests on the National Geographic Kids site . Maybe you would like to find out some fantastic facts about them too!

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/geography/physical-geography/15-cool-things-about-rainforests/

 

GEOGRAPHY

How did you get on yesterday? Here are the answers to naming the continents.    

        

Look at the second map. The green areas are rainforest. Are they in the north, south or in the middle of the Earth? What is the middle of the Earth better known as? What is it like there?

 

Maths

Well done if you physically made a fraction mat yesterday and chopped up the strips into fractions of a whole. You will need your mat during the rest of the week to make equivalent fractions and to help you find fractions of numbers too!

I made some more strips so I could play about with them and see which fractions were the same=equivalent

Look at the picture below  ½   +½  =   1 whole       Here are some more fraction number sentences. Can you answer them?

             

 

Can you write a fraction to show the number of parts that are shaded in the first square shape below? Don’t worry about drawing a picture just write the fractions and check if you were right tomorrow. TIP the first picture is divided into  4 parts and if there are 4 parts they must be quarters. 3 of the quarters are shaded so the fraction shaded is ¾.

       

Today I had fractions for dinner! Can you describe which fraction the sandwich, apple and banana were cut into?I also peeled the satsuma before I ate it all in one gulp! But what fraction was it too?

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Don’t forget a while ago I asked you to start collecting magazines.Well you’ll need them soon as we’ll be cutting them up later in the week for a fantastic piece of artwork!

Keep sending any pictures of your home learning and I’ll try to put them on the website in the “News” section.

Happy learning!

Mrs Teale.

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30. 3 20 Day 8

(NOTE -All last weeks work still exists at the bottom of the page)

I hope you all had a lovely weekend . I’m so excited as we are going to be starting our NEW TOPIC this week!

                                                   

More about that later………. first……..

SPELLING 

I hope you were pleased with your spelling test results last week! This week we are learning words with the al sound . Some of the words will help with our new topic too.

animal      tropical  !

Don’t forget your dangerous words and exception words too.

MENTAL MATHS

All the hard work you’ve been putting in last week will pay off this week when we start fractions!

  • Keep practising your 2x table to help you double and halve
  • Keep counting in 3’s to help you with thirds
  • Keep counting in 4’s to help you with quarters

ENGLISH

Today I’d like you to choose an animal who must live in a rainforest. It can be a bird, reptile, insect, amphibian, mammal, or fish. You are going to describe it for someone else to guess.

Find a picture from a book, encyclopedia, internet, film(David Attenborough’s Life series on youtube is a great place to look)  and really look/watch at your animal carefully.

When we were writing character descriptions earlier this month we used the following :

  • Looks – size, colour, skin, body parts, how it moves etc
  • “Likes”– habitat (where does it live? Ground, water, tree etc and why does it live there?), food, friends?
  • “Personality”– hunter/hunted, camouflage, colourful, why?

You could brainstorm today by making the three headings and writing interesting words below. Can you guess which animal I’m describing just from using these words?

LOOKS               LIKES              PERSONALITY

        shiny speckled skin        insects                 hops into water

                         red or blue or yellow          climbing            colour means poison

                             big red eyes                swimming             croaks for a mate

Can you guess what this animal is? Answer at the bottom of today’s page.

Brainstorm today in the front of your writing book and tomorrow you will be able to write your character description.

More details tomorrow!

                                                                                               

                                                           READING

Do you like a bedtime story?

Here is a series of books to read online called sooper stories. You can read them yourself or a grown up could read them to you at bedtime .https://sooperbooks.com/bedtime-stories/

                                                                                         

Today we are beginning our work on fractions in a very visual way. In school we would have used bread sticks for fun, and if you have some you could give it a try , then eat the evidence!! But if you haven’t, don’t worry because we’ll use paper strips instead!

We are going to make a fraction mat today to help us visualise equivalent fractions. Equivalent means equal in amount.  I’ve taken some photos to show you step by step.

Take a piece of A4 paper and fold it in half horizontally. Then fold in half again horizontally and unfold.Then use a ruler to draw along each fold. You should then see 4 horizontal sections.

          

Take a second piece of A4 paper (I’m using orange so you can tell it apart from the white) and fold it in exactly the same way and cut along each line to make four strips. Write 1 whole on the first strip and glue/cellotape onto the first section of the mat. Fold the second  strip in half and draw down the fold in the middle, then write the fraction ½ in each section.  

                 

Fold the third strip in half and then fold the half in half again. When you unfold it you should have four equal sections. Write ¼ in each section. Take the last strip and fold over till the fold and remaining visible part of the strip look equal. Then fold the remaining part backwards to create three sections overall and write 1/3 in each section. Finally glue/cellotape it down and your fraction mat is ready! Now copy and complete the page below in your maths book.

      

Tomorrow  we’ll see how many equivalent fractions we can make using our mat! 

 

GEOGRAPHY

Do you know where the rainforests are in the world? Do you know which continent they are in? Do you know what a continent is?

Look at this map with a grown up. Which label is which continent? Look in an atlas or encyclopedia or on the internet to find out.

                                                                                   

Here’s the answer to my animal . Did you guess it?

   A tree frog

I hope you all enjoyed your home learning today. Keep working hard! If you have any more photos of your home learning, send them to me via the school email and I’ll put them in the News section of our website.

Mrs Teale

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Homework information will follow in due course. Keep checking in for new content.

Thank you

23.3.20

Good morning everyone. I hope you are all well.

Isn’t it a lovely sunny day? You could look outside or go in your garden to see which animals are visiting you today and describe them in your daily diary. I’ve seen two magpies in my garden today. In fact I could hear them before I saw them, as they are very noisy!

The resources in your  “To go” pack should last you two weeks. But in maths try some of the reasoning activities this week and also complete your active learn work online, as next week we will start a series of lessons on fractions. Some things to prepare for then:

  • A4 paper or similar
  • scissors
  • glue/cellotape

Then we will be beginning our third topic this year “Totally Tropical!”

Another advance warning! Please start collecting copies of magazines with colour pictures/adverts inside as we will be chopping them up for a tropical art project in two week’s time.

Enjoy your learning!

Mrs Teale

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24.3.20 Day 2

Good morning everyone!

I hope you have enjoyed doing some of your first homework. The resources in your pack should last you into next week, but I’ll give you some ideas about what to do each day too.

 

Spelling and mental maths

If you can do a little bit of  practise with the following every day, just 5 mins of each, it would be brilliant:

  • RWI words – this week unit 9
  • “Dangerous words”
  • Exception words
  • Times tables 2x, 5x, 10, and 3x if you can!

 

English

Did you manage to start your daily diary yesterday? You don’t need to fill this in at the back of your writing book every day, as you can do some of the other writing genres at the front of the book instead if you like.

I thought I’d write a SPRING acrostic today!

Spring sunshine glows through the window!

Pushing tiny flowers up through the sleeping soil,

Rising towards the bright light,

Incredible beauty,

Now bring happiness to the world

Growing in God’s earth.

 

Maths

Have you practised finding missing numbers in number sentences?  Eg   * + 7 =9      (answer 2)

or * – 2 = 7     (answer 9)     Did you notice anything about the sentences? Can you make any more?

You could try balancing sentences too ,as some children have found this tricky.

10 + 5 = * x 3      (answer 10 +5 =5 x 3 )  Have a go at some more using different signs  add, subtract, multiply, divide. Remember to find the answer to the complete number sentence first as both sides of the number sentence balance – they are equal/the same as.

Also, you could try the videos and activities on White Rose Maths.  Click on Year 2 for our activities. White Rose Home Learning

 

Science and reading

As we come to the end of our Space topic you could find out even more about space by joining NASA kids club.

https://www.nasa.gov/kidsclub/index.html

There is so much on there about ISS ,astronauts, Tim Peake etc.  Have a look!

You can also read about how Stephanie D Wilson became an astronaut in the Talking Library on the Starfall website.

https://www.starfall.com/h/ go to grades 1,2,3 , select “talking library” then select “non fiction”, finally choose “Reach for the stars” book. You can read along, or just read it yourself!

Hope you all have a lovely day. I’m looking forward to looking at all your great homework when we get back to school.

Mrs Teale

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25.3.20 Day 3

Good morning everyone! I hope you enjoyed your home learning yesterday.

Spelling and mental maths

As with yesterday please continue with your quick spelling and mental maths for a few minutes.

Maths Challenge 25th March

Can you complete the Maths Challenge by clicking on the link above?

English and science

Writing

Today I’m going for a walk so I’ll fill in a page of my diary at the back of my writing book.

As I’m walking I’m going to describe the weather and  look for signs of spring. I may see birds collecting nest materials, spring flowers, buds appearing on trees and hedges. I may take a piece of paper to do a quick sketch of anything interesting. I might even draw a little map of my route and label the road names. You could ask your grown up to use the compass on their phone so you can find North and label it and  stick it on the page too. When I get back home I’m going to write a few sentences with lots of adjectives to describe my walk, and maybe draw a picture of myself walking to illustrate it as well.

Reading/science

I hope you don’t meet one of these on your walk……….! https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/storybooks-and-games/open-very-carefully/

This is a fun book and entertaining read. You could also read it to a younger brother or sister, or let them listen to it after you’ve read it first!

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/category/discover/science/ National Geographic has some great space facts on it’s website. On the homepage click on “Discover”, then “Science”then the highlighted words “outer space.”How many weird space facts can you find?

 

Maths

Please try and get up to date with your active learn. Just a couple of games each day will be good retrieval practice and great revision of work covered so far this year.

White Rose Maths Home Learning

Click the link above.  Remember to click Year 2.

Have a great day and enjoy your home learning.

Mrs Teale

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26.3.20 Day 4

Good morning everyone!

I certainly enjoyed my fresh air yesterday. If you went on a walk did you see any signs of spring?

I’m getting into my homework routine now, are you?

 

Lets start the day with…….you’ve guessed!

SPELLING AND MENTAL MATHS

This is your last day to practise your RWI spellings before your test tomorrow. Just as in school I’d like you to ask your grown up to test you on 10 words. You can write your test in your purple spelling book, but don’t forget to put your date at the top!

  • 3 words from the RWI words.
  • 3 words from your “Dangerous” wordsheet (in your pack)- don’t forget the memory tricks to help you remember them!
  • 2 words from the Y2 exception wordsheet (in your pack)
  • 2 words from past spelling tests in your purple spelling book.

Did you enjoy your maths challenge yesterday?

There’s more today, but keep up your practise with your tables and doubles/halves. You can blow my socks off with them when we meet up again!

Maths Challenge 26th March

Can you complete the Maths Challenge by clicking on the link above?

ENGLISH and ART

Today I’m going to write some instructions .

It could be about:

  • Getting dressed
  • Making a cup of tea
  • Making a sandwich
  • Making a model from Lego etc
  • Or anything else you might need instructions for!

Don’t be like Dr Xargle, Tony Ross’ character from the book we read together in class ,who got everything mixed up! Remember when we made our jam sandwich at school and we forgot to say what we needed first! Don’t forget to be bossy too, and use lots of imperative verbs!

Write your instructions in the front of your writing book and draw a picture of take a photo of your finished product to stick in!!

ART

Tony Ross loves drawing pictures, including Dr Xargle! On Youtube look up “How to draw monsters with Tony Ross” He’ll show you how himself!

You can also find out how to draw Horrid Henry ! Have a go and colour your illustration just like Tony too!

READING

You can read more books written or illustrated by Tony Ross as ebooks if you are a member of Wickersley Library. You can have up to 10 at a time!

https://www.rotherham.gov.uk/libraries/search-e-books

 

MATHS

Did you have a go at the White Rose home learning yesterday? Or did you try some reasoning tasks from your pack?

We’ll be starting fractions together next week so keep practising your doubles/halves in mental maths too, and if you can count in 3’s or 4’s you’ll also be ahead of the game!

MUSIC

If you go to Glee club or have taken part in Young Voices or just love singing check out the singalongs at 11.00 with Craig MacLeish, the musical director of Young Voices.

https://facebook.com/events/s/elevenses-with-craig/2652570251691191/?ti=wa

Have a great home learning day!

Mrs Teale

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27.3.20 Day 5

Good morning everyone

I hope you enjoyed your learning yesterday. Mrs Adair sent me some pictures from the school website of some of you doing some super work at home. Well done!

SPELLING AND MENTAL MATHS                 

Remember to ask your grown up to test you on 10 words. (See advice from yesterday) and write your test in you purple spelling book.

Keep practising your tables and double/halves too.

Maths Challenge 27th March

Can you complete the Maths Challenge by clicking on the link above?

   WRITING

I hope you managed to write  some clear instructions yesterday. You could give them to your grown up today and ask them to try and do/make what you were explaining. Do you think they’ll be able to do it?

Today you could write your next diary page. It could be about your first week of home learning. Here are some ideas about what to say…..

Have you enjoyed it …or not? Why?        What was the easiest/hardest thing to do?

       What would you rather be doing? Why?   Where do you do your work? Describe it. 

Did you help  brothers or sisters? Or did they help you? How?     What’s your favourite home learning                                                                                                      subject? Why? 

Take a photo of yourself doing your learning or draw yourself with a speech bubble to explain how you are feeling. 

 

     READING

Have you started your comprehension paper yet?

  • Have a go by yourself first. It can be tricky but don’t give up!
  • Go through the paper with your grown up and mark it together. If your answer was incorrect try to find out how you could have found the correct answer eg key words, re-reading the text etc.

 

MATHS

How are you getting on with active learn? Out of 72 allocations so far this year there is one amazing mathematician who has completed 66! Incredible!

But if active learn is not your thing, have you been completing your maths challenge, White Rose home learning or some of the reasoning challenges in your pack?

I’ll be interested to see what you have enjoyed the most when we get back together!

 

PE

Have any of you been joining Joe Wicks each day to keep fit? I tried it today and I was puffed out! I’ll have to do it every day now and then I’ll be super fit when I get back to school!!

https://www.google.com/search?ei=mQd9XoftNqmM1fAPkcWP0Ac&q=joe+wicks+kids+workouts&oq=joe+wicks+kids+workouts&gs_l=psy-ab.3…22083.24588..271

 

Enjoy your 5 minute warm up!

Mrs Teale