Good morning Year 2,
I hope you all had a lovely day yesterday. Thank you for sharing your fantastic learning with me. I hope you are enjoying all the activities for virtual sports week. Remember to send your scores to email@example.com
You will find today’s learning in the table below.
Have a wonderful day!
|Prayer||Prayer for Thursday 2nd July
Gracious God, fill me with your grace, that I may be open to your presence in every fiber of my being, every minute of my day, and in every person I meet.
|Compose a sentence for five of the spellings words and write your sentences in your handwriting book.
|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
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WALT: Solve word problems and reasoning questions.Use four different numbers from this list to complete the number sentences below: 5 15 25 35 45 55
□ + □ = 60
□ + □ = 60
Write the missing number in the boxes.
10 + □ = 16 + 3
32 + 6 = 40 – □
Sarah and John count cars. Sarah counts 37 red cars. John counts 24 blue cars. How many cars do they count altogether?
There are 65 cakes. 15 boys and 29 girls each take a cake. How many cakes are left?
Peter buys a cake for 73p and pays with £1. How much change should he get?
|English||Thursday 2nd July 2020
WALT: Use apostrophes
How nice to be
above an s
like a paper kite
in between the it’s
high above the that’s
an inky comet
the highest tossed
By Roger McGough
Plural or possessive?
Read the sentences below.
Do they contain a word needing an apostrophe?
Plurals mean there is more than one. These do not need an apostrophe.
Possessives mean it belongs to someone. This does have an apostrophe.
Several carrots lay on the ground. [plural]
They were the rabbit’s carrots. [possessive]
|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 firstname.lastname@example.org|