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Home Learning Week 9

Hello Year 2,

I hope you all had a nice weekend.

Remember to get in touch to share all the good work you have been doing at home.

Have a good week.

 

This week’s activities are:

ENGLISH

Phonics

Watch RWI speed sound sessions - If your child has watched all of the sounds and now knows them confidently, please move onto the next set of speed sounds.

RWI Phonics lessons at home
Free Read Write Inc. Phonics lessons on
Facebook and YouTube for children to watch at home; three short Speed Sound lessons every day.

  • Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am (Mrs Wright's and Mrs Atherton's RWI groups)
  • Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am (Mrs Kubiak’s RWI group)

If you normally complete Set 3 Speed sounds please have a look at your complex speed sounds chart and choose a sound to revise. You should be able to confidently say and spell words using that sound and include them in your sentences.

 

Reading and Writing

Continue with new books on Bug Club.

This week's Get Epic book is " The Frog King: An African Folktale." Click on the link below and type in the code ewr5265,

 

 

Once you have read the story you need to complete the quiz and then you can complete the writing activities below.

  • Write a list of unusual words found in the story and state what they may mean i.e. Jambo - What does Jambo mean?
  • Research information about Kenya and then write a report using headings and subheadings. (See fact File below)
  • Imagine you are a journalist on Safari in Kenya. (PowerPoint below with more information) Describe what you saw on the safari, how you felt and why people should visit.
  • All about Elephants comprehension
  • Seaside adventure comprehension
  • Commas in a list grammar activity

If you would like some additional activities to complete you can continue working through the English lessons on the Oak National Academy or you may wish to work on some BBC Bitesize Daily activities.

   

 

 

 

Maths

In maths, please continue using the White Rose Daily lessons. This week you are learning about fractions. There are five lessons to complete over the week.

  • Unit Fractions
  • Non-Unit fractions
  • Find a half
  • Find a quarter
  • Friday maths challenge

There is a short clip on each lesson and an activity sheets below.

Alternative lessons are available if you have already completed this week’s content earlier in lockdown.

  • Find the total
  • Find the difference
  • Find change
  • Two-step problems

 

 

Come and See (RE)

TOPIC Reconciliation

Reveal:

LEARNING FOCUS 4: Jesus teaches his disciples about forgiving.

The friends of Jesus asked him about forgiving people who had hurt them.  Peter thought it would be good to forgive them seven times and that would be quite hard to do.  Peter was surprised when Jesus told him that you have to keep on forgiving, but he did say that the person who had done wrong should say sorry and really mean it.

 

Peter came to Jesus and asked, ‘If my friend keeps hurting me, how many times do I have to forgive him/her? Seven times?

‘No, not seven times,’ answered Jesus, ‘but seventy times seven.’                                               Based on Matthew 18: 21-22.

 

Seventy times seven is a way of saying always.

SOME KEY QUESTIONS

How do you think Peter felt when he heard what Jesus had to say?

How do you make up with others after something has gone wrong?

How do you feel when you realise you have to keep forgiving?

 

Can you talk about forgiving - what do you need to do when someone has hurt you? 

Or 

Can you remember a time when this has happened to you, make a storyboard about it and include links between the story of Jesus and forgiveness.

Or

Can you write words of friendship and forgiveness? 

Foundation subjects

 

  • Geography - Sensational Safari 

    Twinkl  has a unit about the geography of Kenya. It focus’ on the main human and physical features of the country. Learn about the key geographical features of the country including Kenyan wildlife, landscapes and culture. Also learn about the similarities and differences between Kenya and the UK along with continuing to develop geographical skills through a variety of fun and interactive activities.

 

  • Continue working on your ‘Scented Garden’ (plants) project that you started last week.

 

  • Follow the BBC Bitesize or Oaks Academy for some fantastic foundation subject activities. You may want to complete all of these or just a selection. Please send any pictures you have of the work you have completed.

 

PSHE

Have a go at doing the weekly wellbeing Journal.

Singing

 

Have a go at some of the activities and sing along!

 

 

Join in with Song of the Week. With weekly teaching and other super songs and resources.

 

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Have Fun!

Speak soon. 
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