Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Good morning Year 2,

I hope you were able to enjoy some of the glorious sunshine yesterday. The forecast is looking wonderful for the rest of the week! Don’t forget to water your Runner beans.

I hope you enjoy today’s learning activities.

Have a lovely day.

Miss Davey

Subject Activity
Prayer for Tuesday 23rd June 2020
Lord, heal those things in me that keep others from discovering your presence.



Copy the following sentences into your handwriting book.
​You can’t go out to play until you have finished your work.
You don’t need to wear a coat when it is warm.
Tom told me he’s going on holiday next week.
If you haven’t washed your hands yet, then please do it now.
She couldn’t find her shoes.
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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Morning Challenge
Fluency 5x 2
45 + 25 + 25 =
Double 27 =
3 + 3 + 3 =
Half of 70 =
____ > 99
99 < _____
95, 85, ____, 65,  ____, _____, _____, ____, _____, ______
Make £1 five different ways
How many days in a year?
How many months in a year?

WALT: Write puzzles.
Write a description for each card without using the words on the card.

Example: 23

It is an odd number.

If you add the digits together it equals five.

This number is greater than 20.

This number is less than 25.

It is between 22 and 24.

English Tuesday 23rd June 2020
WALT: Recount the events in a story.

Re-read yesterday’s story – Boris and Sid go camping.
Create your own recount diagram and recount what happened when in this story.
Make sure to record the events in the order they happened.
You can use bullet point notes and pictures for your recount diagram.

Wider Curriculum

This week, your afternoon learning will involve immersing yourself in a resource that engages your emotions, imagination and movements.

Click here for the instructions.

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