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Maple Class (Year 2)

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Miss Huggett can be reached at: maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk

Maple Class Blog

Hi Maple Class

We are very lucky to now have a blog up and running where we can communicate easily. Usernames and passwords will be sent out soon.

To find this blog and access it you need to go to the school website.

  1. Click on children
  2. Click on home learning
  3. Scroll down and click on class blog
  4. Log in using your details
  5. Click on the title of the blog 
  6. Scroll down and add your comment

 

Each week I will put up a different discussion point for you to contribute to. All  posts will have to be approved by me before they are published so it is totally safe and secure for you to use. 

Home Learning - 22nd May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Friday 22nd May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To read with fluency and accuracy.

Read all about ‘How to Escape a Giant’ in your booklet.


Are all the sentences commands? See if you can spot the sentence that is not a command.

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To write a set of instructions.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (apple, amongst, after). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Friday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.  This can also be found in your booklet labelled 22.5.20.

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Don’t forget to include bossy verbs (imperative verbs) in your instructions.

Spelling

Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-   Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

 

Get a family member to test you on your spellings this week J (You can email me your scores to let me know how you got on).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes.

Using the PDF attachment below labelled- Friday maths time- solve the problems to draw the hand on the analogue clocks to the nearest 5 minutes.

 

These worksheets can also be found in your booklet labelled 22.5.20

 

 

  • Remember to count in 5s around the clock (starting on 12) to work out the minutes.
  • The long hand points towards the minutes, the short hand point towards the hour.

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To be inspired by Georgia O’Keeffe.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 18.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Fridays challenge of drawing or painting a close up flower picture, you could look at the plants in and around your home or even go on a walk to find some.

Home Learning - 21st May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Thursday 21st May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To read fluently with accuracy.

Re-read the story ‘Dream on’ in your booklet (dated 20.5.20). This is going to help with your writing task for today.

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To identify and sort different sentence types.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (bag, boat, best). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Thursday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. This can also be found in your booklet labelled 21.5.20 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Read the sentences carefully when deciding if they are a question, statement, exclamation or command.

Spelling

Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-   Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

 

Use a dictionary (either online or a paper copy) to find the definition (meaning) of 5 of these words and write them down in your orange workbook.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To know your bond to 100.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 4, Lesson 4- bonds to 100.

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 21.5.20

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

Revise mental maths facts

Play the mental maths train game using the link below.

Select an operation (+,-, X, ÷) and have a go at completing the questions.

  • Challenge yourself by picking more difficult categories e.g. two digit numbers.

Topic work

To be inspired by Isambard Brunel.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 18.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Thursdays challenge of building or drawing a train out of anything you have at home. This could be Lego, cardboard or even fruits and vegetables!

 

Home Learning - 20th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Wednesday 20th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read and enjoy the text ‘Dream on’ which is included in your booklet.  

 

Answer the questions about ‘Dream on’ in your booklet. Make sure to find check your answer against what you read in the text.

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To write imaginatively.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (pizza, press, pat). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Wednesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. This can also be found in your booklet labelled 20.5.20 

  •  Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Be as imaginative as you like. I would love to see some of your brilliant ideas as to what the thing in the room was.

Spelling

 

 

Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To subtract 2-digit numbers.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 4, Lesson 3- subtract 2-digit numbers.

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 20.5.20

  •  Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To be inspired by Isambard Brunel.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 18.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Wednesdays challenge of creating a boat that can float! Don’t forget, you can use any recycled materials to help you make these.

Home Learning 19th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Tuesday 19th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Re-read the text labelled ‘instructions’ in your booklet dated 19.5.20. You could also watch this using the link below J

 

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To use verbs in my writing.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (grumpy, green, guess). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Tuesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

This can also be found in your booklet labelled 19.5.20 

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

 

Spelling

Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To add two 2-digit numbers.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 4, Lesson 2- add two 2-digit numbers.

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 19.5.20

 

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To solve subtraction problems.

Use the link below to practise your quick fire subtraction questions (play up to 10 or up to 20)

e.g. _____ - 3= 15

  • Challenge yourself to bet your score. How many can you get right in 2 minutes?

Topic work

To be inspired by Isambard Brunel.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 18.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Tuesdays challenge of creating a bridge using paper only!

Home Learning - 18th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Monday 18th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read the text labelled ‘instructions’ in your booklet dated 18.5.20. You could also watch this using the link below J

 

Which fairy tale characters and settings did you recognise in the story?

Why is the story called instructions? Did you hear any instructions being given in the story?  

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

 

Writing

To identify instructions and write your own.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (carpet, cap, cast) Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Monday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. This can also be found in your booklet labelled wb 18.5.20  

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.

 

  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

 

  • Think carefully about your own instructions for how to catch a dragon. What would the next step be?

Spelling

Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Handle, temple, simple, fondle, tumble, apple, nettle, little, bottle, puddle, table, needle, bible, poodle, steeple.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To add and subtract 10s.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 4, Lesson 1- add and subtract 10s.

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 18.5.20

 

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

 

Basic maths facts

To sequence shape patterns.

Play the sequencing game using the link below. Spot the pattern and fill in the missing shapes from the sequence.

  • Challenge yourselves to have a go at each level!

Topic work

To be inspired by Andy Goldsworthy.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 18.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Mondays challenge of creating a piece of natural artwork out of leaves, sticks, stones or anything else you might find in and around your home.  

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Maths:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Instructions:                                                                 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ra4pZ3OTUKA&t=32s

Basic maths facts: Sequencing shape patterns

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

Home Learning - 15th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Friday 15th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To read fluently and accurately.

Re-read ‘There are Gribbles’ and ‘Next Door’. Then read the new poem ‘The football field foul fiend’ (all in your booklets).

 

Which is the most fun to say out loud? Say why it is the best to read out.

 

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To write about a favourite poem using conjunctions.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (gate, giraffe, get). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Friday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.  This can also be found in your booklet labelled 15.5.20.

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Challenge: write your own poem using alliteration.

Spelling

Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-   Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

 

Get a family member to test you on your spellings this week J (You can email me your scores to let me know how you got on).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To find half of a number.

Using the PDF attachment below labelled- Friday Maths Find a half- find half of the objects by splitting them into two equal parts.

 

These worksheets can also be found in your booklet labelled 15.5.20

 

  •  Remember to count how many objects make the whole and then split them into two equal parts.

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To be inspired by Antonio Meucci.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 11.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Fridays challenge of designing a new telephone. What will make your telephone different from those being sold today?

Home Learning - 14th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Thursday 14th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read the monster poems ‘There are Gribbles’ and ‘Next Door’ (in your booklet labelled 14. 5.20)

 

What other things might the child in Next Door have seen or heard their neighbours doing that would have made the child think they were flies?

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To compare a series of poems.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (wanted, west, way). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Thursday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. This can also be found in your booklet labelled 14.5.20 

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Make sure you use the poetry words when comparing your poems.

Spelling

Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-   Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

 

Use a dictionary (either online or a paper copy) to find the definition (meaning) of 5 of these words and write them down in your orange workbook.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To add and subtract 1s.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 3, Lesson 4- add and subtract ones.

 

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 14.5.20

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

Revise mental maths facts

Play the mental maths train game using the link below.

Select an operation (+,-, X, ÷) and have a go at completing the questions.

  • Challenge yourself by picking more difficult categories e.g. two digit numbers.

Topic work

To be inspired by  Tommaso di Andrea Pisano

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 11.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Thursdays challenge of creating your own freestanding tower. You could use paper, cardboard, pasta, marshmallows, Lego, cups. The choice is yours!

 

Home Learning - 13th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Wednesday 13th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

 Read the monster poem ‘It’s behind you!’

 

Would you have been able to stop yourself turning round?

What would you have done to save the poor person in the poem?

 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To write a descriptive text using exclamation marks and capital letters.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (best, below, beautiful). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Wednesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. This can also be found in your booklet labelled 13.5.20 

  •  Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Include two exclamation marks and two capitalised words for emphasis in your writing.

 

Spelling

 

 

Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To learn related number facts.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 3, Lesson 3- related facts.

 

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 13.5.20

  •  Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To be inspired by Henri Matisse.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 11.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Wednesdays challenge of recreating a fruit painting or make fruit using playdough. Be as creative as you like.

Home Learning - 12th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Tuesday 12th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

 Re-read (or watch) The Paper Bag Princess.

Answer the questions about The Paper Bag Princess.

What different settings are there in the story?

How would you describe the land through which the Princess travels?

How would you describe the Dragon’s cave?

 

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To use adverbs and adjectives in short phrases.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (pink, pass, pole). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Tuesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

This can also be found in your booklet labelled 12.5.20 

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Use interesting vocabulary in your writing to make it more exciting.

 

Spelling

Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To compare number sentences.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 3, Lesson 2- compare number sentences.

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 12.5.20

 

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To solve subtraction problems.

Use the link below to practise your quick fire subtraction questions (play up to 10 or up to 20)

e.g. _____ - 3= 15

  • Challenge yourself to bet your score. How many can you get right in 2 minutes?

Topic work

To be inspired by Pop art.

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 11.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Tuesdays challenge of designing your own trainers in the style of pop art.

Home Learning - 11th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Monday 11th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To read fluently and accurately.

Read (or watch) the story of The Paper Bag Princess in your booklet labelled 11.5.20.

 

What do you like about the Paper Bag Princess?

 

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

 

Writing

To write a character profile using adjectives.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (left, limp, light) Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Monday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today. This can also be found in your booklet labelled wb 11.5.20  

 

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.

 

  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  •  Think carefully about what the character did in the story when you are describing them.

Spelling

Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-   Metal, royal, canal, local, animal, capital, hospital, material, sledge, smudge, bridge, judge, fridge, porridge, badger.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To add and subtract bonds to 20.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 3, Lesson 1- fact families addition and subtraction bonds to 20

 

You have a paper copy of the worksheet in you booklet dated 11.5.20

 

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

 

Basic maths facts

To sequence shape patterns.

Play the sequencing game using the link below. Spot the pattern and fill in the missing shapes from the sequence.

  • Challenge yourselves to have a go at each level!

Topic work

To be inspired by  Friedensreich Hundertwasser

Turn to the back of your booklet labelled 11.5.20, you will find 5 challenges for the week. Complete Mondays challenge of using lines and shapes to create your own Hundertwasser style town.

Home Learning - 8th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Friday 8th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To identify verbs in the past and present tense in a text.

Watch the reading of Dougal’s Deep- Sea Diary by Simon Bartram (using the link below).

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To write creatively based on what you have read.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (pillow, pile, pencil). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Friday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Include adjectives in your writing to describe the ancient treasure chest. What does it look like? What does it smell like? What is it made from?

Spelling

Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

 

Get a family member to test you on your spellings this week J (You can email me your scores to let me know how you got on).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To use your maths skills to solve a mystery.

Using the PDF attachment below labelled- Friday maths mystery, crack the codes to solve the mystery of the squashed fruit.

 

You have been given a list of suspects as to who could have squashed the fruit. Solve clues 1-5 to eliminate different suspects and find out who ruined healthy eating week.

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Don’t forget to read the question carefully and work out what you are being asked to do.
  • If you get one wrong you might not be able to solve the mystery correctly!

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To reflect on what you are good at.

Take your ‘How good do I think I am at?’ booklet from you pack.

Inside your booklet complete the page titled- My practising jar.

In the jar, write all the things you think you would like to work on and improve. For example, ‘I would like to improve my reading skills and become more confident.’

  • These do not have to relate to school. Think about anything you would like to improve J

Extra idea

VE day

Today (Friday 8th May 2020) is VE day.

With the help of an adult please find out what VE day is and why we are celebrating it.

 

Use the attached VE day activities pack if you want to have a go at any of the exciting ideas!

  • I would love to see any pictures of anything you do to celebrate VE day. Please email them to me at  maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Maths:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Dougal’s Deep- Sea Diary by Simon Bartram:  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULjWgbz1nDw

Hit the button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

Home Learning - 7th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Thursday 7th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To compare two texts and make links between stories.

Listen to The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau (using the link below).

 

Compare the book to Manfish. How is it the same as Manfish? Can you think of one way that it is different?

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To identify features of a book review and include these in your own writing.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (line, left, laugh). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Thursday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Check that you have included all of the checklist features of a book review in your writing.

 

 

Spelling

Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

 

Use a dictionary (either online or a paper copy) to find the definition (meaning) of 5 of these words and write them down in your orange workbook.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To measure lengths in Metres.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 1, Lesson 4-  Measure length (M)

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To understand directional language.

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Complete page 44 of you booklet (position and direction).

  • Look carefully at the words in bold to make sure that you are looking at the key words closely.

Topic work

To identify where your food comes from and locate it on a map.

In your TTS booklet turn to page 84 and 85.

 

We live in a global world where we rely on people and things in other countries. We have studied this in school.

 

Have a look in your fridge and kitchen cupboards and use the box on page 84 to write a list of the different countries your food comes from.

 

Can you add the items on your list to the correct country on the map?

  •  Have a think about how your food gets here. How would it be transported?

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Maths:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkYRFgyGqiA&t=26s

Home Learning - 6th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Wednesday 6th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

To make links between texts.

Finish watching Manfish using the link below.

 

Read Jacques Cousteau’s adventure story- The cowboy (using the file labelled- Wednesday reading and writing) 

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

Writing

To use apostrophes for possession and contractions.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (next, now, night). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Wednesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  •  Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Check where you have placed you apostrophe. Is it in the right place?

 

Spelling

Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To measure length in CM

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 1, Lesson 3- Measure length (Cm)

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  •  Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To create an e-safety poster.

In your TTS booklet turn to page 64 and 65.

 

Today you are going to make an e-safety poster which could be used in school to help keep your friends safe online.


Make sure you use lots of colours to make your poster bright and interesting. 

 

  • Read the internet safety tips on page 64 before you create your own poster.

Home Learning - 5th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Tuesday 5th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Using the file attached below, labelled- Tuesday reading and writing.

Read the information sheet on biographies and autobiographies.

Watch the video (link below) of Manfish being read.

Is Manfish a biography or an autobiography?

 

Complete the Manfish questions (in the reading and writing document) 

  • Listen carefully to the story you are hearing.
  • Think carefully about the questions. What are you being asked to do?

Writing

To write correctly punctuated sentences.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (tree, tall, touch). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Tuesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

 

Spelling

Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To count in fractions

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 1, Lesson 2- Count in fractions.

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To identify 3D shapes based on their properties.

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Complete page 42 of you booklet (3D shapes).

  • Don’t forget to count the number of edges and vertices to work out which shape is which.

Topic work

To explore falling objects and the effects of air resistance.

In your TTS booklet turn to page 52.

 

Egg parachutes: your aim today is to construct a parachute to allow an egg to be dropped out of an upstairs window onto a hard surface without it breaking.

Please use recycled materials to do this e.g. cardboard boxes.

 

Home Learning - 4th May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Monday 4th May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

 Read the information sheet on adjectives and then read the text Whale Words (use the PDF attachment below).

 

What adjectives were in the text?

Pick any one of the whales in the story and describe it on the ‘My Chosen Whale’ page in the document labelled Monday reading and writing below.

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

 

Writing

To revise adjectives and use them when writing descriptively.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (frame, fast, free). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Monday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.

 

  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

 

  • Think carefully about the adjectives you choose. Do they match what you are describing?

 

Spelling

Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Endless, fearless, painless, speechless, harmless, tasteless, useless, helpless, careless, powerless, heartless, hopeless, thoughtless, worthless, headless.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To find three quarters of a shape or number.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Summer term, Week 1, Lesson 1- Find three quarters.

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

 

Basic maths facts

To identify 2D shapes by their features.

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Complete page 40 of you booklet (2D shapes)

  • Don’t forget to count the number of sides to work out which shape is which.

Topic work

To reflect on what you are good at.

Take your ‘How good do I think I am at?’ booklet from you pack.

Inside your booklet complete the page titled- I am an amazing person!

Read and finish the sentences in the balloons below.

  • These do not have to relate to school. Think about everything you do well J

Home Learning - 1st May 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Friday 1st May 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read and enjoy the story of Hansel and Gretel (use the PDF attachment below).

 

Discuss these questions with a grown up:

What did you like in the story? Was there anything you did not like about the story? Was this version of Hansel and Gretel different to other versions you know? In what ways? What other stories do you know that are a bit like Hansel and Gretel?

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To correct punctuation and to write a diary entry.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (who, what, when). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Friday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

You will be writing a diary entry as either Hansel or Gretel, recounting their adventures in the forest. Don’t forget to use your diary entry checklist to help with your writing.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.

 

  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

 

  • Diary entries are written in the past tense.

 

  • Use adjectives to describe what you saw, heard and felt in your diary entry.

Spelling

Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely 

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely.

 

Get a family member to test you on your spellings this week J (You can email me your scores to let me know how you got on).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To identify equivalent  fractions.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 2, Lesson 5- Equivalence of a half and 2 quarters

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

You are learning to follow simple instructions to draw a castle.

  1. on the art link below to follow the instructions to draw a simple castle. Remember you can share your amazing drawings with me via the email:  maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk. I would love to see them. 😊
  • You can colour your castle however you would like, it would be great to see some bright colourful ones.

Home Learning - 30th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Thursday 30th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Click on the file attached, labelled- Thursday reading and writing below.

 

Read-(with the help of a grown up) Baba Yaga and the Black Geese (different version of the story you watched yesterday).

 

Compare the two different versions of the same story using the comparison chart (to be found within Thursday reading and writing attachment)

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

  • Think carefully about what is similar and different in each version of the story.

Writing

To compare two versions of a text and create a character profile.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (drag, dog, dug). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Thursday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Use adjectives to describe the characters from the story.

 

Challenge: include conjunctions when writing your character profile.

Spelling

Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely 

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely.   

 

Use a dictionary (either online or a paper copy) to find the definition (meaning) of 5 of these words and write them down in your orange workbook.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To identify fractions in everyday life.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 2, Lesson 4-  Non-unit fractions

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To solve word problems involving time.

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Complete page 38 of you booklet (time).

  • Read the question carefully to work out what you are being asked to do.
  • Look carefully at the hands on the clocks.
  • Don’t forget the long hand points and the minutes and the short hand points at the hours.

Topic work

To create timeline of your life.

In your TTS booklet turn to page 72 and 73.

Today you are going to create a timeline of your life.

A timeline is a listing of events in chronological order. This means that the events are shown in the order that they happened.

Pg 72- Think about your life and write a list of key events that have happened, for example when you were born, a special birthday, starting school.

Pg 73- Draw a timeline showing the key events in your life. Draw a picture for each key event and remember to include the dates.

  • Please send me pictures of your amazing timelines at maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk
  • You could always add photographs to your timeline for each key event.

Home Learning - 29th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Wednesday 29th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Listen to the Russian folk story: Baba Yaga and the Black Geese (using the link below).

 

Complete the comprehension questions (questions about Baby Yaga and the Black Geese) attached labelled- Wednesday reading and writing.

  • Listen carefully to the story.
  • Think about what you heard.

 

 

Writing

To sequence events and retell a story.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (happy, hot, heavy). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Wednesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  •  Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Think carefully about the order of the story. What happens first? Next? Etc.

Spelling

Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely 

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To identify unit fractions.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 2, Lesson 3- Unit fractions

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  •  Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To tell time to the nearest 5 minutes on an analogue clock. 

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Complete page 37 of you booklet (time).

  • Read the question carefully to work out what you are being asked to do.
  • Don’t forget the long hand points and the minutes and the short hand points at the hours.

Topic work

To create a self-portrait.

In your TTS booklet turn to page 78 and 79.

The Mona Lisa is a very famous painting by the Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci. It is one of the most famous and most valuable paintings in the world.
On page 79 please draw a self-portrait of yourself in the style of the Mona Lisa. Please send me photographs of your self-portraits at
maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk

  • Take your time when drawing your self-portrait.
  • Look in a mirror to help you study your own face.

Home Learning - 28th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Tuesday 28th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Click on the file attached, labelled- Tuesday reading and writing below.

 

Read/ re-read the story of Angry Cat and then read the page from Rat’s Diary.

 

Can you spot the conjunctions that Rat has included in his writing?

Watch out- some are at the start of his sentences.

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

Writing

To revise features of a diary entry and write a diary entry of your own.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (apple, after, ask). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Tuesday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.
  • Look carefully at the diary features checklist when writing your own diary entry. Check you have included all of the features.

Spelling

Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely 

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To find a third.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 2, Lesson 2- Find a third

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To find half of a shape or a number.

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Complete page 20 (halves) of your workbook.

  •  Read the question carefully to work out what you are being asked to do.

Topic work

To identify different materials.

In your new TTS booklet turn to page 82 and 83. Pg. 82 Items in our houses are made from different materials. Draw lines to match the product to the material it is made from.

Pg. 83 Go on a material hunt around your house. In the boxes create a tally of the items you have found and write the name of the different items.

 

  • Not all products look the same even if they are made of the same material.

Home Learning - 27th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:

Monday 27th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read and enjoy the story of Angry Cat (use the PDF attachment below).

 

Who do you feel more sorry for in the story- cat, or her animal friends?

 

Why do you feel more sorry for your choice?

Remember, if you get stuck on a word use the rule:

  • Special friends
  • Fred talk
  • Read the word

 

 

Writing

To use conjunction and extend sentences.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (photo, phase, pinch). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Click on the file attached, labelled- Monday reading and writing below. Then follow each step to complete your writing task for today.

 

Parents: If you are unable to print the sheets then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the date above today’s work in their books.  

  • Highlight the conjunctions in the sentences in one colour and the added clauses in another colour.

 

  • Re-read your work to check that they make sense.

 

  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

 

Spelling

Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-   Slowly, lovely, quickly, sadly, strangely, coldly, cleverly, brightly, quietly, sweetly, shyly, wisely, rudely, loudly, bravely.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To recognise a third.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 2, Lesson 1- Recognising a third

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

 

Basic maths facts

To solve addition and subtraction word problems.

Get your additional maths book from your pack (front page labelled ‘Adding and Subtracting Problems’). I put this booklet together using useful activities so the page numbers do go in chronological order, you will need to look closely at the page numbers.

 

Please complete page 14- solving the addition and subtraction word problems.

  • Think carefully about what method you could use.
  • What operation are you being asked to do? (add or subtract)

Topic work

To learn the colours in French.

In your new TTS booklet turn to page 91.

Colours in French

Each number matches a colour written in French. Colour the pirates the correct colours.

Rouge = Red

Orange = Orange

Jaune = Yellow

Vert = Green

Noir = Black

Rose = Pink

Violet = Purple

Bleu = Blue

Gris = Grey

Blanc = White

Home Learning - 24th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Friday 24th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read the information text (link below) and answer these questions writing the answers in your orange workbook.  Please write your answers in full sentences.

How much of the worlds ice is found in Antarctica?

How much daylight is there in winter?

What is the difference between the Arctic and Antarctica?

Is Antarctica in the North or Sole Pole?

 

Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully.

Writing

To write a diary entry in the past tense.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (that, then, thank). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and monkey letter hang below the line.

 

Read the pirates fact file giving you more information about pirates (link below). Today I would like you to write a diary entry in your orange workbook imagining that you are a pirate for the day. Think about who you would be with, what you would do during the day, what food you would have eaten and how you would have felt.

  • You must write in the past tense (this day has already happened).
  • You are writing about your own imaginary day as a pirate (not about someone else).

 

Spelling

Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

 

Get a family member to test you on your spellings this week J (You can email me your scores to let me know how you got on).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To find a quarter.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 1, Lesson 5- Find a quarter

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute? Have you improved on your score from last week?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

You are learning to follow simple instructions to draw a dolphin.

Click on the art link below to follow the instructions to draw a simple dolphin. Remember you can share your amazing drawings with me via the email:  maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk. I would love to see them. 😊

  • There are lots of different drawing videos on this channel if you would like to have a go at drawing more!

Home Learning - 23rd April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Thursday 23rd April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your new TTS booklet- turn to page 14 and 15. Read the poem ‘Timmy the Tooth’ on page14. Answer the questions about what you have read on page 15 (questions at the top of the page, space to write the answer at the bottom).

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To write a message in a bottle.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (fish, fast, fresh). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

 

Watch the ‘Are you the pirate captain?’ video using the link below.  Imagine you are a pirate who has been sailing across the sea for many days. Your ship has crashed on a desert island and you are now stuck. You must write a message in a bottle to send across the sea asking someone to come and rescue you.

  • Below is message in a bottle worksheet for you to write on. If you are unable to print it then you can write your message in your orange workbook.  

Spelling

Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

 

Use a dictionary (either online or a paper copy) to find the definition (meaning) of 5 of these words and write them down in your orange workbook.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To recognise a quarter.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 1, Lesson 4- Recognise a quarter

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To solve problems using what you know.

In your new TTS booklet- complete pages 44 and 45. Read the problems on page 44 and use the space on page 45 to solve and answer the questions.

 

  •  Don’t forget to read the question carefully.
  • Identify what you are being asked to do.
  • Think of the method you are going to use to solve the problem.

Topic work

To understand and create food chains.

Get your Year 2 Science- Living Things and their Habitats booklet from your pack.

Watch the food chains video (link below)

Complete page 6 and 7 ‘Who eats who?’

Pg. 6- Draw the living things in the right order on the food chain.

Pg. 7- Make your own food chains for different habitats. You might need to do some research to find out what animals eat.

  • The arrow in the food chain points from the animal to the animal it will be eaten by.

Home Learning - 22nd April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your new TTS booklet- turn to page 26. Read the letter from the 3 Bears on page 26.
Underneath the letter there are a series of questions about what you have read.

Answer the questions in the space on page 27. In the space below write a note or card as Goldilocks to say sorry to the bears.

 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To write a creative story about aliens or space.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (gate, great, golf). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

 

In your new TTS booklet- turn to pages 18, 19, 20 and 21. Today you are going to write a space story of your own. If you have any books about space or aliens at home you could read these first to give yourself ideas. On page 18 you have been given some ideas to start you off. On page 21 you have been given a word/ story mat to help with ideas and spellings. Please use pages 19 and 20 to write your story or you can write it in your orange workbook.

  • Don’t forget to include expanded noun phrases to give additional information.
  • Use a range of sentence types.
  • Read each sentence back to yourself to check it makes sense.  

Spelling

Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To find a half

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 1, Lesson 3- Find a half

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  •  Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To understand number and place value.

In your new TTS booklet- turn to pages 38 and 39. Have a look at the problems on page 38 and help Bee-Bot with his maths. Write your answers to the problems on page 39.

  • Read the question and look at the pictures carefully.

Topic work

To create your own piece of Aboriginal art.

In your new TTS booklet look at the Aboriginal artwork on page 80. These images have been created using dots and different textures. In the box opposite create your own piece of Aboriginal artwork, it can be of anything you like.

Please send me pictures of your artwork at maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk J I would love to see them!

  • You could look up different examples of Aboriginal artwork online to help you with your ideas.

Home Learning - 21st April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

 

Tuesday 21st April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Watch Video of Susan Laughs story being read on Discovery espresso (link below).

 

Complete the rhyming words quiz linked to Susan Laughs story (link below).

 

Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

  • Listen carefully to the story.
  • Think about what you heard.
  • Say the rhyming words out loud to help you solve the rhymes.

Writing

To write your own acrostic poem.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (toast, taste, tower). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

In your new TTS booklet- turn to pages 16 and 17. Read the acrostic poems on page 16. The first letter in each line spells out a word. They do not have to rhyme, but the words should be carefully chosen for the best effect.
On page 17 write your own acrostic poems using the words ‘alien’ and ‘space’. Draw pictures to match your poems.

  • Challenge:  try and include some alliteration in your acrostic poems.
  • Don’t forget your adjectives to describe.

Spelling

Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To recognise a half.

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 1, Lesson 2- Recognise a half

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

Basic maths facts

To know your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.

In your new TTS booklet- complete pages 32 and 33- practising your 2, 5 and 10 times tables and making your own test for someone else.

Challenge: can you make your test include some of your 3 times tables?

  • Read the question carefully.
  • Draw an array if you need help.

Topic work

To identify artefacts from the past.

In your new TTS booklet turn to pages 76 and 77. Look at the artefacts on page 76. What do you think it was used for? Who may have used it? How long ago do you think it was used?

On page 77 you have been given 3 objects that can be found in your home. In the boxes draw what you think these items may/may have looked like in the past, present and future.

  • Look around you house for the items you are going to be drawing to help with drawing the item in the present.

Home Learning - 20th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

 

Monday 20th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Watch Video of The Lonely Beast story being read on Discovery espresso (link below).

 

Take the Lonely Beast comprehension quiz (link below).

 

Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

  • Listen carefully to the story.
  • Think about what you heard.

 

Writing

To identify alliteration and write a tongue twister.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (mum, make, most). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

In your new TTS booklet- turn to pages 10-11.

Read the tongue twisters on page 10 out loud. What do you notice about each of these?

Which was the easiest to read?

Which was the hardest to read?

You are going to write your own tongue twisters following the pattern you have spotted (pg 11). Please email your funniest tongue twisters to me at maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk

  •  What is alliteration?
  • When is it used?

Spelling

Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook-  Married, replied, tried, studied, hurried, carrier, copier, happier, angrier, busier, replies, tries, cried, flies, cries.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To make equal parts

Follow the maths link below to the White Rose website. Each day your child will complete lesson by watching a video and then having a go at the sheet which links with the clip.

 

Today you will need to click on Week 1, Lesson 1- Make equal parts.

 

If you are unable to print the sheet then your child can write/draw their answers in their orange homework books. Please encourage your child to write the short date above today’s work in their books.

  • Parents: If your child would like to mark their work then the answers are also included here.

 

 

Basic maths facts

To order numbers and fill in the missing gaps.

In your new TTS booklet- turn to page 29.

Follow the instructions on page 29- order the numbers from smallest to largest.

  • Look carefully at the 10s and the 1s.

Topic work

To identify similarities and differences between the past and the present.

In your new TTS booklet turn to pages 74 and 75. Lots of things about life change very quickly. A great way to find out about the past is to ask people about their lives and compare this to our own. Interview someone in your family who is older than you and ask them all about their life growing up. Write your questions for your interview on page 74 and then record your answers. On page 75 think about the similarities and differences between your life and that of the person who you interviewed.

  • Your questions should start with who, what, where, when, why or how.

 

Home Learning Day 18 - 17th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 18

Friday 17th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Watch Video of Tadpole’s promise story being read on Discovery espresso.

Take the Tadpole’s promise comprehension quiz (link below).

Then complete the sequencing the story activity (link below).

Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

  • Listen carefully to the story.
  • Think about what you heard.
  • When sequencing your story make sure you look carefully at the pictures.

Writing

To write a story.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (fast, fish, fresh). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

 

Today you are going to use your work from this week to write your Easter adventure story. Review your work from Wednesday and Thursday- who are your characters? What happens in your story? Think about the different parts of your story- the beginning, build up, problem, resolution and ending. What happens during each part?

Please email me pictures or attachments of your final stories at maple@newtown.wilts.sch.uk so that I can see your amazing work and share some on our school website.

  • Don’t forget to use capital letters for the start of a sentence and for names.
  • Use a range of sentences and punctuation e.g. ., !, ?
  • Use expanded noun phrases to give extra information.

Spelling

Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To  solve the Mystery at the Grand Portrait Gallery

Get your Mystery at the Grand Portrait Gallery booklet from your pack.

Check back at your work from yesterday, making sure that you eliminated the right suspects. Complete clue 4 of you booklet. Solve the fraction of a number questions and match the answers to the clue words. Organise the words to make a sentence.  Don’t forget to cross them out if they are no longer a suspect.

Complete clue 5 of you booklet. Fill in the missing numbers to find the last clue this week. Each number matches a word, organise the words to solve the last clue.  Don’t forget to cross them out if they are no longer a suspect. Who is left? Who committed this crime?

  • Don’t forget to share the number out between the number of groups e.g. ½ of 8, share 8 into 2 equal groups.

 

  • Check back to your suspect list in the front cover of your booklet.

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables.

Practise your 3 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

How many can you get right in 1 minute?

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To match an animal to its habitat.

Get your Year 2 Science- Living Things and their Habitats booklet from your pack.

 

Habitat matching game- cut out the habitat and animal cards on pages 3 and 4 of your booklet. Each player takes one of each of the habitat cards and places them face up. Place the animal cards in a pile face down. Take it in turns to choose an animal card. Place it by its habitat and explain one way in which is it suited to its habitat.

  • The winner is the person with the most cards at the end.
  • Think carefully about what each animal needs to survive.

Home Learning Day 17 - 16th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 17

Thursday 16th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Watch Video of Halibut Jackson story being read on Discovery espresso.

Take the Halibut Jackson comprehension quiz (link below).

Then complete the sequencing the story activity (link below).

Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

  • Listen carefully to the story.
  • Think about what you heard.
  • When sequencing your story make sure you look carefully at the pictures.

Writing

To sequence a story.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (big, beach, best). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

 

Following on from your planning from yesterday you are going to sequence the events of your story. You need to write sentences that explain that will happen in your story in the order they will happen .e.g. First, Benji and Henry were at home doing an Easter egg hunt with their family. Next, when they were hunting for a chocolate egg they found a mysterious tunnel in the ground. Then, Henry gave Benji a quick shove and Benji fell down into the mysterious tunnel.

  •  Think carefully about the order of your story. What is going to happen first? How does that lead into the next event?
  • Make sure your sentences have plenty of adjectives to add description.

Spelling

Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

 

Use a dictionary (either online or a paper copy) to find the definition (meaning) of 5 of these words and write them down in your orange workbook.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To  solve the Mystery at the Grand Portrait Gallery

Get your Mystery at the Grand Portrait Gallery booklet from your pack.

Check back at your work from yesterday, making sure that you eliminated the right suspects. Complete clue 3 of you booklet. Match the arrays to the correct number sentences and put the linking words in order to give you your next clue. Don’t forget to cross them out if they are no longer a suspect.

  • Make sure you count the arrays carefully to ensure that you find the right words.

 

Basic maths facts

To learn your 3 times tables

Write out your 3 times tables counting up in 3s in your orange workbook.

e.g 1 X 3 = 3

       2 X 3 = 6

  • Don’t forget to add 3 each time.

Topic work

To research to find the answer to a question.

Get your Year 2 Science- Living Things and their Habitats booklet from your pack.

Page 2- Animal fact files. Imagine you are a zookeeper. The visitors to the zoo ask you lots of questions about the animals in the zoo. Do some research online to find the answers to the questions of page 2 that the visitors have asked. Please write the answers to your questions in your orange workbook.

  •  When writing your answers please make sure that you are writing in full sentences. E.g. Polar bears have thick fur because…

Home Learning Day 16 - 15th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 16

Wednesday 15th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Watch Video of Robert and the Bluebird story being read on Discovery espresso.

Take the Robert and the Bluebird comprehension quiz (link below).

Then complete the sequencing the story activity (link below).

Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

  • Listen carefully to the story.
  • Think about what you heard.
  • When sequencing your story make sure you look carefully at the pictures.

Writing

To plan a story.

Handwriting- Practise these words in your best handwriting in your orange workbook (long, left, light). Make sure that your giraffe letters reach the top of the line, tortoise letters come up half way and money letter hang below the line.

 

In your orange workbook you are to plan your own Easter adventure story. Today you are going to think about who your characters are going to be and where they are going to go on their adventure. Please draw a picture of your characters and write a description of each character to match (you must have at least 2 characters).

Once you have drawn and described your characters I would like you to draw a picture of where your characters are going to go for their adventure. Think of somewhere exciting e.g. a magical woodland, the rainforest, down a tunnel to an underground world.

  • Don’t forget your capital letters and full stops.
  • Use adjectives to describe.
  • Think about what might happen in your story. Who might your characters meet? What might happen on their adventure? How does Easter fit into your story?

Spelling

Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To  solve the Mystery at the Grand Portrait Gallery

Get your Mystery at the Grand Portrait Gallery booklet from your pack.

Read the overview on the front cover. On the inside of your booklet you have a series of suspects who they think may be the moustache meddler, your job is to find out who committed this crime!

Complete clue 1 in your booklet to eliminate some of the suspects. Don’t forget to cross them out if they are no longer a suspect.

Complete clue 2 of you booklet. Check the statements to find out if they are true of false. If there are more right answers, the moustache doodler is female. If there are more wrong answers, the moustache doodler is male. Don’t forget to cross them out if they are no longer a suspect.

  • Read the question carefully! Sometimes you are being asked to count forwards sometimes count backwards.
  • You will have to solve the problem to check if they are true or false.

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

 Practise your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

 

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To identify living things.

Get your Year 2 Science- Living Things and their Habitats booklet from your pack.

Page 1- Have a look in your garden or go for a walk, find examples of living things and write them down. Find some examples of things that re not living as well. Fill in the chart on page 1.

 

  •  Not all living things are animals. Plants and trees are also living things

 

Home Learning Day 15 - 14th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 15

Tuesday 14th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 15) Little Red Riding Hood (text to read)

 

Little Red Riding Hood questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use and identify different types of sentences.

 

To write a description of an imaginary pet.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 15 booklet).

Complete pages 5 and 6 about different sentence types; questions, exclamations, command and statement.

Complete page 7- If you could have any fantasy pet, what would it be and why? Write a description of your own imaginary pet. What does it look like? What does it eat? What does it do?

  • Re-read your sentences to check they make sense.
  • Add expanded noun phrases to your sentences to make them even more interesting.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

Spelling

Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

Practise these spellings in your orange workbook- Key, donkey, monkey, chimney, valley, trolley, turkey, hockey, parsley, journey, kidney, alley, jockey, barley, galley.

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To solve addition and subtraction problems.

Complete pages 8 and 9. Solve the addition and subtraction word problems. Make sure that you look carefully at the question to decide if you are being asked to add or subtract. Make sure to use a method to help you solve each problem e.g. the column method.

  • Read the question carefully
  • Understand what you need to find our
  • Choose the correct method to solve the problem
  • Check your answer.

Basic maths facts

To be able to check a sum is correct.

Complete page 10- checking.

Look at the sums below and check that they have been solved correctly or fill in the missing gaps. You must solve each problem to check if the answers are correct or not.

  • Check what sum you are being asked to do (addition or subtraction).

Topic work

To use a range of materials to create a planet.

Planets

Create a planet of your choice. You can make or draw or paint a planet of your choice from our solar system.

Try and use found materials from around your house e.g. cardboard from the recycling. Make sure you look carefully at pictures of your planet before starting your project.

  • Be creative! Can you use recycled materials to make your planet.

Home Learning Day 14 - 9th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day:14

Thursday 9th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 14) Four Little Blossoms and Their Winder Fun (text to read)

 

Four Little Blossoms and Their Winder Fun (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use apostrophes for possession.

 

To write a creative story.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 14 booklet).

Complete page 5 of your day 14 booklet. Write sentences using apostrophes for possession e.g. Grandad’s flowers- showing the flowers belong to Grandad.

Complete page 6 of your day 14 booklet.

How did this giraffe get on the moon? Write a creative story explaining how this giraffe could have got to the moon.

  • Don’t forget you capital letters for the start of sentences and names.
  • Make sure that your letters are sat clearly on the line.
  • Use expanded noun phrases in your writing.

Spelling

Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

Practise these spellings in your pack:  Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

Create your own word search using your spellings in the empty grid (day 14). Place your spellings on the empty word search and fill in the rest with other letters. Have someone in your family find your words.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To solve addition and subtraction problems.

Complete pages 7 and 8 of your day 14 booklet.

Solve the addition and subtraction word problems. Make sure that you look carefully at the question to decide if you are being asked to add or subtract. Make sure to use a method to help you solve each problem e.g. the column method.

  • Read the question carefully
  • Understand what you need to find our
  • Choose the correct method to solve the problem
  • Check your answer.

Basic maths facts

To know your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables.

Complete your times table challenge worksheet in your pack (day 14).

Give yourself 10 minutes to complete as many questions as possible. Have a grown up look through your answers and see how many you got right. Did you beat your last score?

  •  Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To find out more about our solar system.

Read day and night book using the link below.

 

Research the names of the planets in our solar system.  Find out which planets are the closest to us and which is the biggest in our solar system.

 

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

Home Learning Day 13 - 8th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 13

Wednesday 8th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 13) Jack and the Beanstalk (text to read)

 

Jack and the Beanstalk questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use contraction words.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 13 booklet).

Complete pages 5, 6 and 7 of your day 13 booklet.

Complete the tasks matching words to the contracted word form.

  • Don’t forget that your apostrophe goes in the place of the missing letter.  

Spelling

Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

Practise these spellings in your pack: Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To subtract 2 digit numbers.

Complete pages 8 and 9 in your day 13 booklet.

Read each question carefully and look carefully at the illustrations to match. Write the number sentences to match each question to help you solve the problem.

  • Don’t forget to read the question carefully.  

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Complete your times table challenge worksheet in your pack (day 13).

Give yourself 10 minutes to complete as many questions as possible. Have a grown up look through your answers and see how many you got right. Did you beat your last score?

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To identify the different seasons and seasonal changes.

Seasonal changes:

Watch the videos below about the different seasons within the UK.

Complete the seasonal changes activity (link below).

Have a look out of your window- what seasonal changes can you see? E.g. flowers beginning to grow.

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

Home Learning Day 12 - 7th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 12

Tuesday 7th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 12) Goldilocks and the Three Bears (text to read)

 

Goldilocks and the Three Bears (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use taught skills to write a creative story.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 12 booklet).

Over the last two weeks you have been using lots of adjectives in your writing. Today I am asking you to write an imaginative story as if you have just woken up in a different world. You should be using the different things you have learnt over the last 2 weeks. E.g. time conjunctions, expanded noun phrases, commas for a list, bossy verbs and adjectives (please be as creative as you would like).

  • Don’t forget your capital letters and full stops.
  • Use adjectives to describe.
  • Use your phonics sounds to help with your spellings.  

Spelling

Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

Practise these spellings in your pack: Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

 

Complete spellings word search.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To subtract 2 digit numbers.

Complete pages 7 and 8 of your day 12 booklet.

 

Read each question carefully and look carefully at the illustrations to match.

  • Don’t forget to read the question carefully.

Basic maths facts

5 times tables

Complete the groups of 5 activity on discover espresso. Match the number sentence to the array.

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

Topic work

To compare your life to that of a child somewhere else in the world.

Explore life around the world. Use the link below to explore life for children in different places around the world.
Choose a country of your choice from Australia, Tanzania, China or Brazil. Use the blank page at the back of your day 12 booklet to list the similarities and differences between your life and the life of a child somewhere else.

  •  Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

PE With Joe:

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Basic maths facts:https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item809131/grade1/module784709/index.html

Topic

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/t1_openadoor/index.html?source=subject--KS1--Resource%20types

Home Learning Day 11 - 6th April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 11

Monday 6th April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 11) The Three Little Pigs (text to read)

The Three Little Pigs (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers.  

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use commas in a sentence.  

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 11 booklet).

 

Complete pages 5 and 6 of your day 11 booklet.

Find the comma- identify the comma in the sentences by circling them. Complete the sentences below by filling in the missing gaps.

 

Missing commas- Add the commas into each sentence in the correct place. Think carefully about where a comma is needed.

  • Don’t forget your capital letters and full stops.
  • Don’t forget to use and when writing the last item in your sentence. E.g. I had eggs, banana and orange juice for breakfast.

Spelling

Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

Practise these spellings in your pack: Door, floor, poor, because, find, kind, mind, behind, child, children, wild, climb, people, house, have.

 

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To sort 3D shapes based on their properties.

Complete 7 of your day 11 booklet (Sort 3D shapes).

 

Each alien is looking for a different item. They have written descriptions of the items they are searching for. Match the alien to the item they wish to find.

 

Think about the different ways to could label your Venn diagram to organise the shapes. E.g. Shapes that role and shapes that slide.

  • You can’t see every side or edge of the shape from the picture. Don’t forget to think about what it would be like to hold.

 

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Complete your times table worksheet in your pack (day 11)

Give yourself 10 minutes to complete as many questions as possible. Have a grown up look through your answers and see how many you got right. Did you beat your last score?

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To use what I have learnt to create a poster.

The Great Fire of London.

Use the 2 blank pages in the back of your day 11 booklet to create a poster about the Great Fire of London. Please make sure you:

-Write important information under subheadings.

-Draw images to show what things would look like.

-Make it colourful and bold.

If you need to find more information about the Great Fire of London you can log back onto Discovery espresso using the link below to remind yourself of the information.  

  •  Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Topic-

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/frontscreen/item976473/grade1/index.html?source=subject--KS1--Resource%20types

Home Learning Day 10 - 3rd April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 10

Friday 3rd April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 10) The Three Billy Goats Gruff (text to read)

 

The Three Billy Goats Gruff questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To write sequenced sentences to form a narrative including adjectives in your writing.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 10 booklet).

 

Surprise at the Beach- Write a story about a surprise at the beach imagining you and your friends find a cave in the cliffs.

Use the sentence openers and word prompts to help you with generating ideas. Use the lined paper provided to write your story.

  • Re-read your sentences to check they make sense.
  • Add expanded noun phrases to your sentences to make them even more interesting.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

Spelling

Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

Practise these spellings in your pack: Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas.

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To solve multiplication and division word problems.

Solve the multiplication and division word problems using arrays to help you.


Draw the arrays for each questions to help you solve the problem or to check your answers.

  • Read the question carefully
  • Understand what you need to find our
  • Choose the correct method to solve the problem
  • Check your answer.

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Practice your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

 

  • See how many you can get right in a minute. Can you beat your score?

Topic work

To recall information about the Great Fire of London.

The Great Fire of London

Complete the Great Fire of London activities of discovery espresso (link below).

Think back to what you watched yesterday to help you in answering the questions.

-Great fire quiz

-Old and new

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Hit the button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Topic- https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity_index/item976473/grade1/index.html

Home Learning Day 9 - 2nd April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 9

Thursday 2nd April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 9) Birds in your garden (text to read)

 

Birds in your garden (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use adjectives when writing a story.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 9 booklet).

Fill in the missing gaps in the story using your own adjectives.

Use the lines below to continue to story ensuring that you are writing in full sentences. If you want to continue the story further you can use your orange homework book to write more.

  • Don’t forget you capital letters for the start of sentences and names.
  • Make sure that your letters are sat clearly on the line.
  • Use expanded noun phrases in your writing.

Spelling

Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

Practise these spellings in your pack: Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

 

Create your own word search using your spellings in the empty grid (day 9). Place your spellings on the empty word search and fill in the rest with other letters. Have someone in your family find your words.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To identify and complete the sequence.

Complete pages 8 and 9 of your day 9 booklet.

Ordering and patterns- complete the sequences on page 8.

Odd and even numbers- Follow the instructions carefully to solve the odd and even problems.

  • Look carefully at the position and markings on each shape.
  • Sing the number cruncher song to remind yourself of your odd and even numbers.

Basic maths facts

To know your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables.

Practice your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables using hit the button online (link below).

 

 

  •  See how many you can get right in a minute. Can you beat your score?

Topic work

To research about the Great Fire of London.

 The Great Fire of London

Watch the videos about the Great Fire of London to research information to complete activities later in the week.

Videos:

-The Great Fire of London

-Investigating evidence

-Rebuilding London

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

Home Learning Day 8 - 1st April 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 8

Wednesday 1st April 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 8) Sharks (text to read)

 

Sharks questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To identify and use noun phrases in writing.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 8 booklet).

Complete page 6 and 7 of your day 8 booklet.

Page 6- Identify and underline the noun phrases in the sentences. Choose 2 of the sentences from above and rewrite them using a different noun phrase.

Page 7- Giant. Use the picture and the adjectives to write a description of this giant. Challenge yourself to use your own adjectives instead of the ones provided.

  • Don’t forget you capital letters for the start of sentences and names.
  • Make sure that your letters are sat clearly on the line.
  • Can you use alliteration in your writing?

Spelling

Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

Practise these spellings in your pack: Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

 

To compare numbers.

Complete pages 8 and 9 in your day 8 booklet.

 

Read the instructions carefully for each question linking carefully about the 10s and the 1s of each number.

  • Think about the 10s and 1s in each number.
  • < = Less than
  • > = More than
  • When using < and > the big end points at the big number.

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Complete your ultimate times table challenge worksheet in your pack (day 8)

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To research the life and work of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and make comparisons.

Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole.

Watch the videos about the life and work of Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole to remind yourself about their lives (using the link below).

 

Complete the Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale activities (using the link below)- creating a storyboard about the life of each woman.

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Topic:

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/t1_florence/index.html?source=subject-History-KS1-History-Resource%20types

Home Learning Day 7 - 31st March 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 7

Tuesday 31st March 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home. Parents feel free to join in J

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 7) The Emperor Penguin (text to read)

 

The Emperor Penguin questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To design and describe your own character.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 7 booklet).

In your day 7 booklet (page 7) design and draw your own terrible creature, make sure it is bright and colourful. Once you have designed and drawn your creature please write a description underneath so that anyone who can’t see it knows what it looks like.

 

  • Don’t forget your capital letters and full stops.
  • Use adjectives to describe.
  • Use your phonics sounds to help with your spellings.  

Spelling

Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

Practise these spellings in your pack: Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

 

Complete spellings word search.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To count in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s.

Complete pages 9 and 10 of your day 7 booklet labelled counting in 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s.

Fill in the missing numbers continuing the pattern.

Challenge: Can you use any of the numbers on the page to make your own number sentence. E.g. 21 + 31= 52

  • Check what you are counting in. Is it 2s, 3s, 5s or 10s?

Basic maths facts

5 Times Table Activity.

Complete page 8 of your day 7 booklet.

Count in 5s and colour in the grid.

Solve the multiplication number sentences.

Write a multiplication number sentence to match the pictures you have been given.

Challenge: Count in 5s starting from 3 and colour these in a different colour.

  • Multiplication number sentences can be switched around and solved either way.  

Topic work

To create a fact file.

Research a country and create a fact file.

 

Open the link below: Espresso Passport (topic).

 

Choose one of the countries (France, USA, Brazil, Antarctica, China, Tanzania or Australia) watch and read the information about your chosen country and create a fact file.

  • Organise your information under subheadings.
  •  Include key information in your fact file.
  • Add illustrations to show key landmarks.

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Topic

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/t1_passport/index.html?source=subject-Geography-KS1-Geography-Resource%20types

Home Learning Day 6 - 30th March 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 6

Monday 30th March 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 6) The Animal Show (text to read)

 

The Animal Show (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers.  

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To describe a character using adjectives.

Handwriting- high frequency words (day 6 booklet).

Complete pages 4 and 5 of your day 6 booklet.

Page 4- fill in the missing words to describe the different parts of the Gruffalo (make sure that you use adjectives to describe).

Page 5- Write full sentences to describe the different parts of the Gruffalo making sure to use adjectives to describe.

  • Don’t forget your capital letters and full stops.
  • Use adjectives to describe.
  • Use your phonics sounds to help with your spellings.

Spelling

Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

 

Practise these spellings in your pack: Any, many, clothes, busy, people, water, again, half, money, Mr, Mrs, parents, everybody, even, Christmas

Rainbow write your spelling word using a different colour pencil.

 

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To use the column method to solve 2 digit addition problems.

 Complete pages 6 and 7 of your day 6 booklet.

Page 6- complete the column addition problems by filling in the missing gaps. Identify which addition number sentences match the images provided.

Page 7- follow the instructions to solve each problem.

  • Don’t forget to carry your ones if they add up to more than 10.
  • Keep your columns lined up.

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Complete your times table worksheet in your pack (day 6)

Give yourself 10 minutes to complete as many questions as possible. Have a grown up look through your answers and see how many you got right. Did you beat your last score?

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To classify and organise animals.

Watch ‘Animals’, ‘fish’ and ‘mammals’ videos on Discovery espresso (using the link below).

Complete the ‘sorting animals’ activity.

  •  Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

Topic-

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video_index/item1149557/grade1/index.html

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity_index/item1149557/grade1/index.html

Home Learning Day 5 - 27th March 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 5

Friday 27th March 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 5) Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (text to read)

 

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use time conjunctions and imperative verbs when writing instructions.

 

Handwriting- Practice giraffe words (day 5 pack).

In your day 5 booklet use what you have learnt this week about imperative verbs and time conjunctions to write instructions as to how to make a moving vehicle.

 

Remember to think make to when we designed and created our vehicles. What steps did you take first?

  • Re-read your sentences to check they make sense.
  • Add expanded noun phrases to your sentences to make them even more interesting.
  • Check your capital letters and full stops.

Spelling

Prove, should, steak, sugar, sure, told, water, who, whole, wild, would, money, beautiful, clothes, could. 

Practise these spellings in your pack: Prove, should, steak, sugar, sure, told, water, who, whole, wild, would, money, beautiful, clothes, could.

Create your own word search using your spellings in the empty grid (day 5). Place your spellings on the empty word search and fill in the rest with other letters. Have someone in your family find your words.

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To understand the place value of 2 digit numbers.

Complete pages 7 and 8 of your day 5 booklet. Work through the 2 digit numbers you have been given and complete the representations.

e.g. 12 = twelve. 1 ten and 2 ones.  

Draw an illustration to show what 12 looks like.

  • Look closely at your tens and ones.

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Complete your times table worksheet in your pack (day 5)

Give yourself 10 minutes to complete as many questions as possible. Have a grown up look through your answers and see how many you got right.

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To understand what a habitat is and which animals are suited to specific habitats.

Watch ‘What is a habitat?’, ‘woodlands’, ‘oceans’, ‘rainforests’ and ‘seashores’ videos on Discovery espresso (using the link below).

Complete the ‘who lives here?’ quiz on activities.

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

Topic- https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video_index/item1142775/grade1/index.html

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity_index/item1142775/grade1/index.html

Home Learning Day 4 - 26th March 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 4

Thursday 26th March 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Keeping physically active

To keep physically active.

Joe Wicks (AKA the Body Coach) is running a daily physical activity session to support children with their physical wellbeing whilst they are at home.

(The link can be found below)

  • Follow the instructions carefully, this will keep you safe.
  • Stop if you think you might have injured yourself.
  • Exercising each day, helps you develop strength and fitness over time.  
  • Ask an adult in your house to help you find the right website.

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

Read common exception word list at speed.

In your pack (day 4) What the Ladybird Heard (text to read)

 

What the Ladybird Heard questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To write simple instructions using time conjunctions.

Handwriting- Practice tortoise words (day 4 pack).

 

In your day 4 pack write instructions as to how to grow a plant.

 

You must write what your will need and instructions that someone could follow to plant a seed.

  • Think back to our beanstalk growing in class.
  • Use your work from this week to help you writing instructions that are ordered with time conjunctions.

Spelling

Prove, should, steak, sugar, sure, told, water, who, whole, wild, would, money, beautiful, clothes, could. 

Practise these spellings in your pack: Prove, should, steak, sugar, sure, told, water, who, whole, wild, would, money, beautiful, clothes, could.

 

Practice writing your spellings at speed. How many words can you write correctly in 2 minutes?

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To tell the time to the nearest 15 minutes on a digital clock.

Cut out the clocks on page 7 of your day 4 booklet.

Match the written time to the digital clock.

Remember that the first number shows the hour and the second number shows the minutes.

  • Don’t forget there are 60 minutes in an hour.
  • Check your answers once you

Basic maths facts

To know your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables.

Practice your 2s, 5s and 10 times tables using hit the button online.

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

  •  See how many you can get right in a minute. Can you beat your score?

Topic work

To understand why plants are important and how they grow.

Watch ‘Why are plants important?’ ‘How do plants grow?’ and ‘Spreading seeds’ on Discovery espresso (using the link below).

 

Complete the plants quiz on activities.

  • Your username and password is stuck inside the front cover of your yellow reading journal.

 

PE With Joe

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

Topic-

 https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video_index/item1197183/grade1/index.html

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity_index/item1197183/grade1/index.html

Home Learning Day 3 - 25th March 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 3

Wednesday 25th March 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 3) Big Cat, Little Cat (text to read)

 

Big Cat, Little Cat questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use time conjunctions to order events.

Handwriting- Practice giraffe letters (day 3 pack).

Please write sentences using time conjunctions to explain what you have done today. E.g. First, I woke up and brushed my teeth with my bright yellow toothbrush.

Use your work for yesterday to help you with including time conjunctions.

  • Don’t forget you capital letters for the start of sentences and names.
  • Use expanded noun phrases to give more information in your writing.

Spelling

Prove, should, steak, sugar, sure, told, water, who, whole, wild, would, money, beautiful, clothes, could.

Practise these spellings in your pack: Prove, should, steak, sugar, sure, told, water, who, whole, wild, would, money, beautiful, clothes, could.

 

Write your words into sentences (try and include adjectives).

  • Say it
  • Cover it
  • Write it
  • Check it

 

Maths

To use the column method to solve 2 digit subtraction problems.

Complete page 6 of your day 3 booklet.

Solve problems 1-16 using the column method. E.g.

      55

     -22

________

___33___

Complete page 7 of your day3 booklet. Counting in 2s, 5s and 10s. Complete the sequences.

  • Keep your columns lined up.
  • Check that you have done the right operation.

 

Basic maths facts

2, 5 and 10 times table

Complete your times table worksheet in your pack (day 3)

  • Count in 2s, 5s and 10s.

Topic work

To identify what plants need to grow.

Complete your what plants need worksheet in the back of your day 3 booklet.

Fill in the missing gaps to finish the sentences. Have a look at the plants in your garden. What plants have you got? Check that they are getting everything they need to grow.

  • Think back to our science experiment about what plants need to help you.

Home Learning Day 2 - 24th March 2020

Daily Planner For:

Maple Class

Day: 2

Tuesday 24th March 2020

 

 

Subject

You are learning:

You can find out how to do this here:

Here are some important things to remember:

Reading

How to infer and retrieve information.

In your pack (day 2) Dolphins (text to read)

 

Dolphins questions (questions to answer about what you have read)

 

Remember to underline the answer in the text to help you check your answers. 

  • Remember to read it at least 3 times.
  • Underline and identify key words.
  • Read the questions carefully

Writing

To use conjunctions to add information to a sen