Tuesday 12th May 2020

Good morning Year 2,

I hope you had a lovely day yesterday. It has been wonderful hearing about how you celebrated VE Day. Thank you for sharing your photographs.

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 year2@popepaul.herts.sch.uk 

Have a great day!

Miss Davey

Subject Activity
Prayer Prayer for Tuesday 12th May 2020

God, whom we meet in bread and wine,
in body broken and blood outpoured,
fill us with your compassion,
that we may hear the cries of the hungry
and reach out to those in need.
Engender in us a thirst for justice,
that the hungry will be satisfied
and the rich sent empty away.
Roll away our apathy
that, with arms outstretched,
we may offer life in place of death
and hope in the face of despair.


Copy the following sentences into your handwriting book:
The monkey threw his banana at the child.
She stroked the friendly donkey.
There were lots of noisy monkeys at the zoo.
He put the milk and bread in the supermarket trolley.
I lost my keys and I can’t open the door.
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

Username: parents@harpercollins.co.uk


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Maths 12-05-2020
Morning Challenge

WALT: Make 2D shapes.
English Tuesday 12th May 2020
WALT: Write lists in a sentence.Listen to the story, Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne.

Record lists of things you can do in your free time and use commas to separate items in the list.

For example:

At the park we can go on the swings, slide, roundabout and zip wire.

At home I like to _, _, _ and _.
At the weekend I like to _, _, _ and _.

At the park I like to _, _, _ and _.

Computing Tuesday 12th May 2020
WALT: Understand that information online is not always reliable.
Watch the Horrible Histories video below which explores what we can trust online.

Play the Trust it Traffic Lights’ game.
Read the following statements and sort them into red, amber or green depending on their reliability.
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