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Friday 5th

English:

 

GPS starter

Complete the questions below. You do not need to copy out the question, just the answer.

 

English task:

LO: I can answer questions on a text.

 

Today we would like you to reread the story of 'Bonkers about Beetroot' and then answer the comprehension questions that are on the word document below.

 

Maths:

 

Today we will be recapping one of our Year 1 objectives that was taught during lockdown last year. We will be looking at telling half past times.

 

LO: I can draw and write half past times.

 

Today we would like you to complete the following:

  1. Look at the powerpoint which explains how to tell half past times.
  2. Complete the sheet where you look at a picture of a clock and write the half past time in words.
  3. Complete the sheet where you read a half past time and then draw the hands in the correct place on a clock. Remember the hour hand is short, the minute hand is long.
  4. Try the reasoning and problem solving questions (green challenge questions are optional).

Topic:

 

Today we have two tasks.

 

Mental Health Week

This week was mental health week.

Your mental health is very important. We need to take care of ourselves especially whilst we cannot be with all of our friends and family. 

 

So we are celebrating mental health week in a variety of ways.

 

1. Through self expression:

Self-expression is about communicating your individuality. This can be through words, clothing and hairstyle, or through art forms such as writing, drawing, music and dance. Self-expression can help you to showcase your true self – your story, your thoughts, feelings and emotions.

Activity ideas

  • Dress up in any clothes, hairstyles that you want. Pick your favourite and show your style to your family. Celebrate your creative style and being yourself.
  • Pick an emotion (happy, sad, angry, frustrated, joyful) and make a dance up to express your emotion.
  • Draw a picture showing how you feel today.

 

 

2. Fun activities from the Government's activity passport for Year 2. Pick a few and try them out:

  • Dress as a superhero
  • Get soaking wet in the rain
  • Bake a cake
  • Play a board game
  • Go bird watching in your garden
  • Go for a walk to a local landmark

 

Internet Safety Day (Links to articles 14 and 15 from the UN rights of the child):

For 'Internet safety day' we are looking at 'digital footprint' and how the information I put online leaves a digital footprint. This allows other people to find out information about myself.

 

Please complete the following tasks:

  1. Read the powerpoint with a grown up
  2. Use the information on the online activity cards complete the worksheet called 'All about Penelope'.

Other Tasks:

Remember there is additional work in the stars for:

  • Times tables
  • Phonics
  • Spellings
  • Comprehension
  • Daily Reading (bug club and other online library books - see useful links section of the Year 2 home learning page)

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