Good morning everyone,
I hope you’re all feeling fit and healthy.
If you haven’t done so already, today could be a good day to create a timetable or make some simple ground rules about how you’re going to learn at home by having a discussion with your child and agreeing what works for both of you. You might give your child some extra responsibilities around the house or create some challenges for them to complete throughout the day.
Every day I will post and English, Maths and Reading activity, linking these to curriculum objectives (the same ones handed out at parents evening). I will also post a new physical challenge and household challenge daily.
During this time, to ensure you can communicate easily with me it is vital you are connected on Class Dojo. If this is not the case, please email email@example.com referencing Year 2 Class Dojo login and I can send you an invitation directly from the Dojo website for you to set up a login.
All challenges will be posted on this page and on our class Dojo page, however extra videos and pictures to support tasks will only be available on our Dojo page.
Here are today’s tasks and challenges!
You have received a letter off a special new arrival. Can you write a letter back? (Please see letter on Class Dojo)
Write simple narratives about personal experiences or those of others.
Write about real events, recording these simply and clearly.
Use punctuation taught at KS1 (full stops, commas, question marks, exclamation marks)
Objective: Identify 1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 2/4 and 3/4 of a number or set of objects and understand all parts must be EQUAL amounts of the whole.
Task 1: Find fractions of the pictures posted on dojos.
Task 2: Can you create some of your own questions using anything from around the house?
Read a book of your choice. Use the ‘Vocabulary’ example questions from https://www.literacyshedblog.com/uploads/1/2/5/7/12572836/ks1_reading_vipers.pdf for some discussion questions.
How many Star Jumps can you do in 30 seconds? Can you beat Mr McGrath?! (See video on Class Dojo!
Do the washing up!
Finally, if you’re able to, get outside and enjoy this lovely bright weather.
I hope you all have a good day, give me a message if you have any questions and of course, send me any work you are proud of!