Year 2 Home Learning

Home   Learning

DUE IN TUESDAY 21th   November 2017

We have been sequencing events and learning   how to tell the time (but still need practise).

Show up to 6 things you do during a   day in the correct order.

Use the times: o’clock, half past   (½), quarter past (¼) and quarter to.

1

 

 

 

 

 

2

3

 

 

 

 

 

4

5

 

 

 

 

 

6

SPaG

Tricky words:out were they

If you can do these   try these:

Christmas should bath

. Please reinforce these at home by   practising these spellings. Can you draw pictures to help you remember them .

Maths Marines

What do you   know about 60 minutes?

What do you   know about 24 hours?

Can you say   ½ an hour in minutes?

Can you say   ¼ of an hour in minutes?

Handwriting

Joins we have learnt

                                           or                                                                                  

       


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Home   Learning

DUE IN Tuesday 7th November   2017

The Year 2 Team hopes you had a   lovely and well deserved half term break.

For our Christmas production this   year we will be holding a musical / pantomime called ‘Pirates vs Mermaids’. To help us with our casting process, we   would like the children to audition to either be a narrator, a pirate or a   mermaid. In good panto fashion, pirates could be girls and mermaids could be   boys. Talk with your child about the fact these might not be their actual   lines for the show and some parts are singing and dancing rather than   speaking and acting.

Please learn off by heart either the   Pirate or Mermaid part

Pirate:   Right lads, first let’s do a quick run through of the correct way to walk   from the plank. Remember, you must tuck and roll into the sea. Tuck and roll.   All clear? Captain Scary Pants, you’re first up.

 

Mermaid: Neptuna,   get the snorkels. Atlantis, get the inflatable rubber rings. Come on   everyone, let’s hit the pool!

Or, be able to read this narrator   part with expression

Narrator:   Avast there landlubbers! I’m here to tell you a tale of swashbuckling pirates   and brave mermaids. Be warned, it is not for the faint hearted. Those of a   nervous disposition should leave now. I was talking to the audience! Are we sitting   comfortably? Good, then let’s begin.

Remember lots of enthusiasm and   emphasis to WOW the judges and audience. Also, you don’t have to provide or   bring in props for the auditions.

SPaG

Tricky words: use, saw, like

Please reinforce these at home by   practising these spellings. You might like to draw a picture to help you   remember the spelling.

Maths Marines

We have been learning how to share   and group using the 2s 5s and 10s tables.

Can I share 12 pieces of lego   equally between 2 children, 5 children or 10 children? Why?

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Home   Learning

DUE IN TUESDAY 17th OCTOBER  

On Tuesday 19th October our school will be having a road safety day.

Talk to your child about how they cross the road safely.

Can you make a poster showing how to be safe around roads.

SPaG

Tricky words: said, are, he

If you can do these   try these:

sure, old, even

. Please reinforce these at home by   practising these spellings. You might like to make a word ladder.

Maths Marines

Count in 10s from any number

How far can you go? Can you do it   backwards?

Circle which is wrong:

12, 22, 35, 42, 52, 63, 72

Handwriting

Joins we have learnt

                                                  ow                                                                                         ou

                                                    

 

       


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Home   Learning

DUE IN TUESDAY 3rd OCTOBER

This week we have been looking at   waterproof and non-waterproof materials.

Can you design something to keep   Pete the Pirate dry in a storm?

                                                                          
Pirate 
  
  
  
  
  
  
 
 
  

 
   
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
 
 
  
         

SPaG

Tricky words: do, today, of

If you can spell   these try: plant, last, again,

 

Please reinforce these at home by   practising these spellings. You might like to write them using dots that you   join up.

 

Maths Marines

This week we have been learning how   to measure accurately using centimetres (cm).

Can you find something that measures   20cm?

Handwriting

Joins we have learnt

                                   ice                                                                 ide                                                                        

 

 

 


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Home   Learning

DUE IN TUESDAY 26th   SEPTEMBER

Can you write a list of adjectives about yourself?   You might like to include a picture. These can include what you look like or about your personality e.g. kind, funny, big feet.

Please bring in an empty cardboard   egg box (to hold 6 eggs).

SPaG

Tricky words: climb, pass, move

. Please reinforce these at home by practising these spellings. You might like to think of some actions to sound the word to.

 

Maths Marines

Count in 2s

How far can you go? Can you do it   backwards? Can you count in 2s starting at 1?

Circle which is wrong:

12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, 21

Handwriting

Joins we have learnt

                                                          ace                                                                             ame

 

 

       

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