Good morning Year 2,
You will find today’s learning in the table below.
Wishing you all a wonderful day.
|Prayer||Prayer for Tuesday 7th July
Lord Jesus, Prince of Peace, guide my words so that I may speak of others and to others with kindness, respect, and love.
|Copy the following sentences into your handwriting book.
There was a celebration when she finally got home.
|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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___ seconds = 1 minute
60 minutes = 1 ____
___hours = 1 day
7 ___ = 1 week
Fill in the missing months:
Write the month when each event occurs:
Draw hands on clock faces to show these times:
WALT: Know analogue, digital and written times.
|English||Tuesday 7th July 2020
WALT: Answer comprehension questions.
The Ant and the Grasshopper
Once upon a time there was a grasshopper and an ant. They lived in a beautiful meadow. Each summer morning, Grasshopper climbed up her blade of grass. Once at the top, she started to sing. Her singing was fantastic. She sung with her legs, rubbing them together to create beautiful music. Grasshopper sang all through the long summer days. her music lit up the meadow. Lots of creatures stopped to listen. The ant kept scurrying past carrying grains of wheat, he looked tired and hot. “Why are you bustling about in this weather?” the grasshopper asked the ant. “I’m preparing for winter when there is less food, and so should you!” he replied. The grasshopper ignored the advice of the ant, she was enjoying the sunshine far too much to start collecting food for the winter. So she lay on the warm grass and listened to her music again. In the winter the grass was cold and frosty, and the wind howled across the fields. The ant was happy in his home because his larder was full of corn and wheat. He knew that he had enough food to last for the entire winter. The grasshopper was starting to get hungry, it was too cold for the grass outside to grow and she had no food. She knew that the ant would have some food, so she went out into the cold wind and walked to the ant’s house. “Please may I have some of your food?” she begged. The ant was angry because he had worked so hard to collect enough food for the long winter months ahead. “If you hadn’t been so lazy and had prepared for the winter like I suggested, you wouldn’t be hungry now. I don’t have any extra food for you.” The ant went back to his warm fire and stocked cupboards, leaving the lazy grasshopper out in the cold.
1. In the fable, where do Ant and Grasshopper both live?
2. How does Grasshopper make her music?
3. Grasshopper’s music is described as ‘beautiful’. What other words do you know that mean the same thing as beautiful?
4. What do you think it means when it says that Grasshopper’s music ‘lit up the meadow’:
5. True or false? Ant is lazy.
6. What sort of jobs does Ant do all through the summer when he is keeping busy?
7. What do you think the message of this fable is?
8. Do you feel sorry for Grasshopper at the end of the story? Why?
|Wider Curriculum||This week, your afternoon learning activities are about celebrating the year you’ve had and easing your transition to your new year group in September. Each day, there is an activity for KS1 and KS2 that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process.
Click here for your activities.