Good morning Year 2,
Happy wonderful Wednesday to you all!
How are your Runner beans doing? Does anyone have any flowers yet? There are plenty of beautiful bees buzzing around all your plants in school.
Below is an interesting little article I came across. Read all about it….
You will find today’s learning in the table below.
Have a wonderful day!
|Prayer||Prayer for Wednesday 3rd June 2020
Give us the confidence to challenge injustice
And to nurture the flame of justice until it burns brightly
And may the Spirit of justice and community
Accompany you and light your way
May this Spirit move you, heal you,
Guide you and challenge you
Call you to action and to prayer
May this passion for justice burn through you and in you
And may it warm the hearts of those around you
Encouraging hope and overcoming fear.
|Spellings & Handwriting||Copy and complete these sentences using this week’s spelling words into your handwriting books.
The early bird catches the __________.
St Paul VI travelled all over the ____________.
All your hard ________ was _________ it in the end.
I walked __________ the park with my friends.
He had a ________, friendly smile.
When a ______ ends with s short vowel sound, double the last consonant and add ‘ed’.
|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: Find the change needed by counting on
|English||Wednesday 3rd June 2020
WALT: Know possessive apostrophes.
How to use a possessive apostrophe
An apostrophe can be used to show that one thing belongs to or is connected to something. This is called a possessive apostrophe.
Let’s take a look at some examples.
The cat’s tail was fluffy.
Cat is a singular noun so you need to add an apostrophe and “s” to show that the tail belongs to the cat.
Think of a person’s name for each letter of the alphabet. Then think of something that person might own, that begins with the same letter as their name.
Remember to use an apostrophe <s> after each name, to show that the next word is something belonging to the person.
Decorate your finished list poem.
See the example below.