Work for Thursday 14th October 2021

Early Bird Can you find the /ew/ words and list them? Choose three of your favourite /ew/ words from the text and write each of them in a sentence. Maths Can you write the associated number sentence in the fact families below? 20=15+5 10 = 6+4 20 = 12 + 8 English Can you use […]

Work for Wednesday 13th October 21

Early Bird Look at the pictures. Write down what they are. They all include the vowel digraph (phase 5) /ue/. Can you write a sentence that includes each /ue/ word? Maths Have a go at the questions above with an adult at home. Can you talk together about how to answer them? English: Can you […]

Tuesday 12th October 2021 work

Early Bird Phonics How many words can you think of with the /ea/ grapheme in them? What do the pictures show? Can you tell what the pictures show? They are /ea/ words! Can you write them in a sentence each? Maths Go outside! Ask someone at home to write down… 7 + __ = 20 […]

Monday 11.10.21

Early Bird Maths

Work for 08.10.21

Early Bird Phonics – Can you find the /ea/, /ee/ or /e_e/ graphemes? Maths – practical task! Using sweets/pencils/marbles, etc… Show me the number bonds to 20! English: In your thesaurus, look up synonyms for ‘soft’, ‘greedy’ and ‘small’. Pick your favourite 2 synonyms for each. Can you put them into sentences describing Paddington. E.g. […]

Thursday 07.10.21 work

Maths: Fact Families and number bonds to 20! Number bonds are numbers that add together to make a certain number. 1 + 19 = 20 1 and 19 are number bonds of 20. Can you write all of the number bonds to 20? Then, here is your challenge question! English: A homophone is a word […]

Work for 05/06.10.21

Early Bird Phonics Write three sentences. Each sentence should have one of the /ue/ words above in it. Maths – Counting in 3s (Place Value) English L.O. To write letters starting and finishing at the correct places. L.O. To ensure that capital letters are larger than lower case letters. Pretend you are Paddington. Write a […]

Monday 4th October

Maths Talk through the pictures above with someone at home then have a go at the worksheet in the link above. Phonics Please see the attached file below. Revise our phase 5 sounds and the tricky words then practise reading the /tch/ words. Show your grown-up how we practise using ‘my turn… your turn’! Reading […]

Forest School Blog!

Please see all the wonderful things that Year 2 have been getting up to in the forest this half term!

Work if absent (one day’s worth)

English: Look at this dragon! Can you use expanded noun phrases to describe the dragon? e.g. a spotty dragon Can you describe the dragon’s nose? Can you describe the dragon’s smoke? Can you describe the dragon’s eyes? Can you describe the dragon’s ears? Maths:

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