You have worked so hard! Well done.
This is our last day of learning this week.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend.
Please watch today’s videos on RWI YouTube channel. They will show at 9.30am and will be available for 24 hours.
If you are in Miss Barnett’s group and Mrs Beech’s group you will need to watch the set 2 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos.
If you are in Miss Meakin’s group you will need to watch the set 3 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. When you have completed this lesson, try the reading longer words lesson.
I have attached the link below. Just scroll down to find the videos you need.
Year 2 Reading
As a warm up we will practise counting to 100.
Now we can start our learning. Today we are going to be taking away by counting back using a number line. Watch the video and work through the activities. Don’t worry about stopping to complete the questions.
For each maths question:
1. Find the first number on the number line.
2. Jump back carefully.
3. What number do you land on? This is the total.
For your challenge, you could count back in your head, using your fingers, using objects or using the 100 square.
Now that we have learnt lots about multiplying we are moving on to learn our times tables.
To start our 2 X table learning today join in with the super movers video below. Can you copy Bridget the Lioness’ moves?
Watch this video below to learn more about your 2 times table. When the video tells you to have a go, you don’t need to do this part as you don’t all have all of the questions that go with the video.
Look at the representations to write the multiplication number sentences. How many groups of 2 are there?
Answer the times table questions in the question with a number 3 by it then you can work out which arrays they match to. Look carefully at the arrays as you will need to add some circles to make the arrays correct. *A little hint the arrays have 2 in each column.*
For your challenge You need to show 3 more ways to show 10 X 2 by adding 2 multiplied amounts together.
You should try to draw out your multiplications into arrays or use resources at home to make arrays so that you use the correct amount and can make sure you have found 2 multiplications that when added together are equal to 10 X 2.
In the example, added together is 3 X 2 and 7 X 2 (3 X 2 is 6 and 2 X 7 is 14 so when 6 and 14 are added together it is 20)
To end the week, I would like you to test your learning by completing the one more, one less sheet. If you are unsure there is a clue at the top of the sheet.
I have also put the link to the video about one more and one less if you need to see it again.
At the bottom of your worksheet, you will need to draw the amount it is asking.
Today we are going to look at our spelling families.
These special friends make the same sound but are spelt differently.
igh (fly high)
i-e (nice smile)
ie (terrible tie)
Look at these words, where does the sound come in each of these words?
high, night, smile, shine, tie, pie
You are going to sort the words into the different ways of spelling this sound like we do in class. When you have finished choose 6 words and write a sentence for each.
Can you spell each of the words on the challenge activity?
See if a grown up can quiz you on spelling these words too! How many words can you spell correctly?
Today we are going to be looking at another spelling rule.
Look at these words:
all ball fall walk talk also always
Write each word down on a piece of paper and underline the letter that is making the “or” sound?
Yes, it is the letter a.
The ‘or’ sound before ‘ll’ is usually spelt as ‘a’.
The ‘or’ sound before ‘l’ is usually spelt as ‘a’
Now try your spelling activity. You will need to read each word and sort the words in different ways according to the spelling of the “or” sound.
After you have completed the activity, there is a word search to do. Practise these spellings with a grown up. How many words can you spell correctly?
Blue group; Today I would like you to spell words containing the sound sh.
First let’s see if you can fred talk these words in the video.
Now I would like you to look at your worksheet. You are going to read and spell words with sh in. You will need to use fred fingers to help you spell the words. Pinch the sound on each finger then write it down.
The World Around Me: Our Goals - To be able to set goals for ourselves and be able to come up with ideas on how to achieve them.
For our PSHE learning today we are going to be thinking about our goals. Goals are things we want to achieve they can be big or small. You might have a small goal where you try to complete a level on a game you are playing. Or you might have a big goal that you need to work towards such as, achieving a new belt in karate, a music grade or learning to swim!
Ask someone who is with you about a goal they had and achieved. How did they reach their goal?
Watch this video where a young person tells you the best way to set a goal and be able to achieve it.
What is something you really want to do?
What do you need to do to reach your goal? What are the little steps you must take to get there? What reason have you set this goal? What obstacles may stand in your way as you try to reach your goal?
Write your goal in the star and write the small steps to achieve your goal around the shooting star. You could choose a different colour to write any obstacles that may stand in your way around the shooting star too, then you could cross each obstacle off when you have thought of a way to conquer that obstacle.