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BE SMART AND STAY SAFE!
Wednesday 3rd March 2021
Our lockdown timetable (today only):
8.45-9am: All children must register on Google Classroom.
9-9.15am: Faith Assembly (Google Meet)
9.15-10.15am: English (Google Meet)
1-1.15pm: All children must register on Google Classroom.
1.15-2.15pm: Afternoon lesson (Google Meet)
2.30-3pm: Story Time (Google Meet)
It is important to stick to this timetable, as far as possible, to ensure the children's days are structured similarly whether they are in school or at home. Thank you!
Begin the day by saying the Glory Be prayer.
Please register on the Google feed between 8.45 and 9am.
Word of The Day (9-9.15am)
Learning objective: To spell many of the Year 2 common exception words.
Today's word is: even
This is one of those tricky words that you need to be able to read and to spell by the end of Year 2.
THINK: What does even mean? It may have more than one meaning!
How many times can you write the word even in one minute? Repeat this three times. Can you get quicker each time?
English (9.15 - 10.15am approx.)
Learning objective: To write a letter using sophisticated vocabulary.
*This lesson will be live. Please log onto Google Classroom at 9.10am.*
This week we have been reading The Great Fire of London by Gillian Clements.
Read the beginning of the story. Try to read this independently if you can.
Look at this vocabulary from yesterday. Can you remember what all of these words mean?
I would like you to include as many of these words in your writing as you can.
Imagine you are Samuel Pepys. Write a letter to King Charles II about the dreadful event that is happening in London.
~ include CL, . and finger spaces
~ use expanded noun phrases (adjectives and nouns) and similes
~ use different sentence openers
~ use exciting vocabulary (for example: disaster, dangerous, horrifying, catastrophe, dreadful, shocking, terrifying)
~ try to use the suffixes er and est
(smaller, smallest, longer, longest etc)
~ use your neatest handwriting
~ try your best!
*Grown ups - Please add a photograph of your child's work to their Class Dojo portfolio.*
Enjoy a drink and a piece of fruit. Horrible Histories is on BBC1 at this time.
Maths (10.45 - 11.45am approx.)
Learning Objective: To draw a pictogram where one picture represents two people.
This lesson will be live. Please log onto Google Classroom at 10.40am.
This week we have been learning all about pictograms where one picture represents one person or object.
Watch this video to learn about pictograms where one picture represents more than one person or object:
Copy and complete the tally chart in your book:
Now copy and compete this pictogram, where one picture represents two pieces of fruit:
Grown ups - Please add a photograph of your child's work to their Class Dojo portfolio. Thank you!
LUNCHTIME (12 - 1pm approx.)
Please register on the Google feed between 1 and 1.15pm.
Afternoon Lesson - Wellbeing (1.15 - 2.15pm approx.)
This lesson will be live. Please log onto Google Classroom at 1.10pm.
This afternoon we are going to prepare for our World Book Day celebrations on Friday.
Design and create some props/a costume that you can wear for our World Book Day celebration on Friday. Look at the books below to give you some ideas or you could choose a book of your own!
Grown ups - Please add a photograph of your child's prop/costume to their Class Dojo portfolio. Thank you!
Enjoy a drink and a piece of fruit. It's time to get some exercise too!
Log onto Google Classroom at 2.30 pm to relax and spend some time talking to your friends.