29th June

29th June

 

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Maths – Recognising 2D and 3D shapes.

Complete pages 84 - 87 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

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

Maths –Counting faces on 3D shapes.

Complete pages 88 - 91 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

Maths -Sorting 2D Shapes.

Complete pages 92 - 95 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

 

Maths – Making patterns with 2D shapes

Complete pages 96 - 99 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

Maths –Measuring in centimetres.

Complete pages 100 - 103 in the ‘Power Maths Year 2 Practice Book Summer Home Edition’.

 

 

English –Comprehension

Complete the attached ‘Deep Sea Explorers’ reading comprehension.

Red/yellow group do the sheet with 1*, orange/green group do the sheet with 2* and blue group do the sheet with 3***.

You don’t need to print it all out. Read it on the screen and then answer the questions in your book.

English –Spelling Months of the year/Time

Look at the attached PowerPoint.

Complete the cursive handwriting spelling practice sheet.

 

 

 

 

 

English – Spelling practise

Using yesterday’s spellings, complete the Letter Tiles activity sheet.

 

 

 

English –Dolphin Boy

Read the attached story ‘Dolphin Boy’ by Michael Morpurgo or you can listen to it using this link

Dolphin Boy

Using the attached sheet, create a story map to retell the main parts of the story. Remember, you only need to write in note form. You don’t need to include speech.

 English – Vocabulary

Look at the 2 attached Dolphin Boy pictures.

Complete the Adjective Alphabet sheet. How many describing words can you think of to describe the 2 pictures from the book?

 

Science - Floating and Sinking Experiment

Design a boat that will float the most mass without sinking.

Look at the attached sheet for guidance.

Geography -  What lives in the Atlantic Ocean?

Find out how animals have adapted to their environment. 

Look at the attached sheet for guidance.

 

 

 

 

Music - Listen to Saint-Saens - Aquarium

Listen here

What instruments and sounds could you identify?

Find out who Saint-Saens was and what he did. Write it in your book.

ICT - Create your own digital story book.

Using PowerPoint or something similar, create your own digital story book in an underwater setting.

Try and add pictures. If you are feeling brave you could record your own voice and narrate your story.

Art - Make a camouflaged sea creature.

Have a go at making your own camouflaged sea creature.

Look at the attached sheet for guidance