Good morning Year 2,
Thank you to everyone who has shared their Road to Emmaus moving picture scenes with me. They are wonderful! What talent there is in Year 2!
In the table below you will find today’s learning activities. Remember that you can keep in contact with me by posting comments to the Year 2 Blog or by sending me an email at email@example.com
Don’t forget to send your pictures/video clips for our virtual May Procession. Remember the deadline for sending your pictures/videos is Friday!
Have a lovely day,
|Prayer||Prayer for Thursday 29th April 2020
God of life in all its fullness, be with us as we try to be the best people we can be.
Inspire us to help one another to use the gifts and talents you have given us, so that the world may be a better place, reflecting the glory of your Kingdom.
|Handwriting||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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Fluency 5 x 2
How many hours in a day?
WALT: Order times
|English||Thursday 29th April 2020
WALT: Change a statement into a command and a question.
Statements can be changed into commands or questions by adding new words or switching around the word order.The dough needs to be placed in a warm place. (Statement)
Place the dough in a warm place. (Command)
Does the dough need to be placed in a warm place? (Question)
Which of these are statements, commands and questions?
1. Leave the flan in the tin.
2. The cake needs to bake for 10 minutes.
3. How does the bread rise?
4. Do I whisk the eggs with a fork or a spoon?
5. Make 10 round dough balls.
Rewrite the following statements as commands or questions.
Hopefully it won’t bubble over.
I love Grandma’s apple pie recipe.
That is Sarah’s apron.
You could always use Peter’s mixer.
You can’t start this part yet.
Once it is in the mould it can’t move around.
The children’s biscuits are ready.
Mum’s sink if full of dirty dishes.
|Science||Thursday 29th April 2020
WALT: Know about seasonal change and plant life cycles.
Look at the picture below. Discuss what you see. Make a prediction about what you think will happen next?
You’re going to watch a short video. The aim isn’t to find right answers, it’s to explore ideas and think about what you have seen.
Answer the following questions based on the video.