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Homework will be posted on the blog every half term showing you the day it will be discussed with the children and the task.
Children are expected to read at home on a daily basis and practise their spellings from the spelling lists that have been provided.
Friday 21st April 2017
Find out information about South America. You might like to find out about food, clothing, population, names of countries and capital cities, special places etc…
Friday 28th April 2017
Exclamation marks can be used in different sentences to show expression. However, exclamation sentences start with what and how, for example:
What big eyes you have Grandma!
How heavy that bag is!
Write your own examples of exclamation sentences.
Friday 5th May 2017
Choose a plant in your garden or near your house. Find out the name of the plant. Look carefully at its shape and colour. Then draw it in your book.
Friday 12th May 2017
Giving change in maths
You buy sweets for 12p
How much change do you get from 20p?
You buy a pen for 26p
How much change do you get from 50p?
You buy a drink for 72p
How much change do you get from £1?
You could play shops at home, practising paying and giving change or go to the shops with your parents and pay for items.
There will also be one or two tasks set on Abacus.
Please bring the homework books back on Friday 19th May 2017
The children have enjoyed participating in a variety of maths activities this week. They have; made pizzas focussing on fractions, painted symmetrical patterns, made amounts using coins, completed maths investigations and revised the 4 different methods of calculations.
This week in English they have written a character description on a character in the book, Mr Wolf’s Pancakes. They were including expanded noun phrases.
In PE they have started athletics. This week they focussed on short distance running, so watch out if they challenge you for a race!
This week in English the children wrote a poem using description. In maths they have been looking at balanced equations and solving money problems.
The children have been given a login bookmark for Abacus. It has maths tasks the children can do over the holiday.
We wish you a happy Easter and a restful break.
This week in maths we have been looking at a fraction wall, exploring equivalent fractions. In English we have been performing one of Roald Dahl’s revolting rhymes. Children have thoroughly enjoyed listening and performing their jokes to support red nose day. Year 2 were lucky enough to plant a variety of plants in two of the planters in the playground.
This week in maths we have been finding the difference between numbers while looking at data.
In English we have written another story ending trying to including adverbs, conjunctions, words that use suffixes and different sentence starters. With so much to think about both Mrs Freer and myself were pleased with everyone’s writing. In computing children have been looking at moving an object by swiping the screen and then stopping it with a tap.
Next Friday will be Red Nose Day, children will have an opportunity to show case their talent with a one minute stand up routine i.e. jokes, funny stories, singing. This is optional.
Wow, what a lot of clues we had to think about! All children thoroughly enjoyed piecing information together to try and work out the mystery of the missing Royal diamond. We are glad it has been found. In maths we have been investigating how to work out the missing numbers in division and multiplication calculations.
This week in Maths we have been looking at dividing using a number line and applying it to word problems. In English we wrote our own ending to the story ‘The Tunnel’ by Anthony Browne. In D&T we have started practising our folds ready to make a pop up card.
Well done Scarlet Class for a brilliant sharing assembly, you have been working on projecting your voice.
Homework will be posted on the blog every half term showing you the day it will be discussed with the children and the task. This half term there are a mixture of tasks related to the children’s learning that week or skills that they need to be practising.
Practise writing numbers in words to 100 or beyond.
e.g. 6 six 17 seventeen 24 twenty four 156 one hundred and fifty six
Extension: Write 3 one digit numbers, 3 two digit numbers and 3 three digit numbers.
Rewrite the sentences below. Underline any nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. You could colour code them for example: Nouns-red, verbs- green, adjectives-blue and adverbs-yellow.
Floppy swam quickly in the rough sea to save his friends.
Rose took her swimming bag to the pool.
The stripy tiger went to Sophie’s house unexpectedly and ate all the delicious food.
Ext: Write your own sentences identifying the nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs.
Count in 2s, 5s, 10s and 3s
Write some multiplication and division number sentences and show your working out. Here are some examples:
2 x 5 = 3×3= 4×10= 5×5= 8×2=
12 ÷ 3 = 15 ÷ 5 = 50 ÷ 10 = 24 ÷ 2= 10÷2=
You could show your working by drawing arrays or a number line.
Write a number of different types of sentences:
A command – Put your coat on. (The verb is found at the beginning of the sentence.)
A statement – An elephant has a trunk and tusks. (Facts and information)
A question – What does a Macaw eat? (Starts with a question word)
An exclamation – What big eyes you’ve got! (starts with what or how, includes a verb and exclamation mark)
- Daily reading
- Work on Year 2 spelling patterns. Root words ending with the suffixes: ly, ness, less, ment, ful
e.g. quick – quickly still – stillness home – homeless content – contentment care – careful
- Practise adding and taking away 2 digit numbers e.g. 24 + 17 = 28 – 15=
Please bring the homework books back during the week beginning 20th March 2017 to be marked.
This week in English we have been writing a non-chronological report about a rainforest animal.
In maths we have been working on subtraction and have been looking for ways to find out the missing number in the calculation.
The children have enjoyed completing their art project in the style of Henri Rousseau.