27 March 2020
Today’s work is as follows:
Topic (weekly tasks)
Practise telling the time. Practise reading the clock to the quarter hour and the nearest 5 minutes.
Education City – My City – Games to practise telling the time. (Your Home learning Books for working out may be needed)
Go on maths frame and TTRS and see if you can beat your score!
Write a diary,
Write a diary about your week at home. Remember to recount what you’ve been up to but add you thoughts and feelings.
On the Activity guides, go onto
Animate a Name
Animate the letters of your name, initials, or favorite word.
Can you post your animation onto Google Classroom?
Dance Mat Typing- Can you achieve Level 2?
Read the Easter Story Powerpoint (which is on Google Classroom)
Can you retell and then create a storyboard/comic strip of the Easter Story? Upload your story board to Google Classroom. There is a template should you need it- select a star 1-3 ( 1 being the easiest level).
Read the Story of Easter extract (select your star 1-3 with 1 being the easiest) and then complete the comprehension questions. The answers are available for your parents to check.
Get your parents to test you on your spellings- remember they must ask you them in a random order. Any mistakes, copy them out three times
Complete the Dictionary Scavenger Hunt
Alongside these activities you could also complete the following:
Daily reading (30 mins)
Time Tables Rock Stars and Maths Frame (30 mins)
Spelling Shed (30 mins)
All documents are on Google Classroom- DON'T FORGET to keep in touch via Google Classroom and we we will have another Zoom meeting at 1pm next Wednesday.
As it is the Easter Break, we will not be providing new learning over this 2 week holiday. However, we will provide an Easter Learning Pack for you to use with your children as you wish. We hope this helps.
Look out for our Easter ‘Egg Decorating Competition’!
Stay safe-stay positive-keep happy!
We will continue with our work and correspondence on Monday 20th April.
Miss Mills :-)
Class 2 Home learning- 03.04
Looking after our mental health during these uncertain times:
Support activities for children:
Create a diary throughout your time at home. Make a note of what you’ve been up to, how you’re feeling, any questions going around in your head.
Write a letter to a friend or relative that you can’t see at the minute.
Support for parents
Posted by Rachel Mills
Category: Class 2 School Closure