Friday 3rd July 2020
Good morning Year 2,
We have come to the end of another week. Well done for all of your hard work this week. I hope you enjoyed all the learning activities set this week, especially the virtual Pope Paul Olympics. I definitely need to work on my target throwing! I hope to do better at today’s event… shuttle runs! Good luck to all competitors!
You will find today’s learning activities in the table below.
Wishing you all a peaceful weekend.
|Prayer||Prayer for Friday 3rd July
|Complete the spelling test for this week’s spellings on the SpellingFrame website.
Copy the following common exception words into your handwriting books.
|Reading||Continue to read daily and discuss what you have read.You can access plenty of wonderful books via the Harper Collins website: https://connect.collins.co.uk/school/Portal.aspx
Use the Teacher Login area.
Rewrite these numbers in order, smallest to largest.
Round each of these numbers to the nearest 10:
71 89 124 95 147 185
WALT: Solve a number pattern
|English||Friday 3rd July 2020
WALT: Edit for possessive apostrophes
Edit the passage below, crossing out the incorrect apostrophes and inserting apostrophes for possession.
The farmers’ turnip had grown to a huge ‘size! He needed help so’ he called for all his friend’s. The farmers’ friend’s all made a line behind him. His’ wife held on to the farmers’ belt. A boy placed his han’ds around the wifes’ waist. Then a girl placed her hands on the boys’ yellow T-shirt. Behind the girl, the dogs ‘tail swung with excitement as he helped too. Finally, the cats claw’s held on to the dogs tail. They all pulled and tugged the farmers turnip. Eventually the huge turnip popped out of the ground. The farmers’ smile grew as’ he said thank you to all his helpers’.
|Wider Curriculum||This week is our Virtual Sports Week, so afternoon learning will be focused on the theme of the Olympics. Click here for the powerpoint that will take you through the daily events and cross-curricular activities. Please remember to send your scores to email@example.com|
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