22nd June

22nd June

 

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Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Maths – Odd and even numbers.

Complete pages 64 - 67 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

(If you have book one, complete the next couple of pages)

Maths – Unit fractions.

Complete pages 68 - 71 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

Maths – Understanding non-unit fractions.

Complete pages 72 - 75 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

Maths –Finding a half

Complete pages 76 - 79 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

Maths – Finding a quarter.

Complete pages 80 - 83 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

English -Comprehension

Read ‘Layers of the Ocean.’

This has been uploaded into the weekly work folder. You don’t need to print it all out. Just write the answers in your lined book.

Red and Yellow group do the first one which has 1 * at the bottom. Orange and green group do the 2nd one which has 2**. Blue group do the sheet with 3***

English – Vocabulary

Today we are looking at rhyming words. These are words that sound the same.

Complete the Under the Sea Rhyming words sheet.

 

 

English –Spelling Months of the year

Look at the PowerPoint.

Complete the ‘Mr Whoops Juggling Muddle’ sheet.

 

 

English – Spelling practise

Put each of yesterday’s spellings into a sentence using subordinating conjunctions to make your sentences longer and more interesting. (when, if, that, because).

 

 

 

 

English –Commotion in the Ocean

Make your own sea creature Top Trump cards using the attached template.

If you get stuck for ideas, look on Google Images.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geography

The Atlantic – Under the Waves.

Identify the UK and Atlantic Ocean in an atlas or on a globe. Imagine that you are a diver, standing on a beach about to enter the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Divers use aqualungs to help them breathe beneath the waves. Mime putting on this equipment.  Role-play striding into the waves, getting deeper and finally swimming down through the waters. What will we see? Any creatures or plants?  The seabed is actually a bit like the land but very bare. There are valleys and hills, caves and flat plains.

Research the Atlantic ocean and write 10 interesting facts in your book.

Science

The Environment –Endangered animals

Look at the PowerPoint.

Research an endangered animal and complete the fact sheet.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music

Busy Beats

Experiment with sound and create real music.

Watch the tutorial video before starting. It is at the top of the screen by the big red button with the white arrow on it.

 

 

ICT

Purple Mash Cams – Diver

Play the part of a deep sea diver. Show their thoughts and character in the speech bubble.

Complete the task on Purple Mash

 

 

Art

3D Shark/Seahorse

Have a go at making your own 3D shark or seahorse using the attached templates.