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Monday 25th January

24 Jan 2021

Happy Monday Class 2!

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend.  It's great to be back with you - here we go again with another week of learning!   You all did brilliantly again last week and Mrs Lewis and I are very proud of you. 

Here are some of the fantastic pieces of work that you did in English last week:

Pictures to show events in 'The Runaway Iceberg' story

Slide Show 

 Monster designs and super sentences using adjectives to describe them!

Year 2:    
Slide Show 
 Year 1:
Slide Show 


Here are the tasks for today:
10.30   Teams call Year 1-Spelling Test
11.00   Teams call Year 2 -Spelling Test
English  Spelling and Handwriting
Forest School activities
Collective Worship – see Enrichment page

Teams Calls - Year 1 at 10.30 and Year 2 at 11.00   
I look forward to seeing you on our video call later and we will do our spelling tests together.

Work to send in 
Today, please could I see  your English work: The handwriting and sentences using words from your new spelling list.

Please spend at least 20 minutes each day on reading or sharing a book with an adult. 
If you have finished your school reading book, you can read books that you have at home or access books online. 
Please see https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/  Free ebooks

Year 2 – Don’t forget to do an AR quiz when you have finished your reading book.   https://ukhosted79.renlearn.co.uk/6706937/

Here is today's story for sharing now or later in the day:
Following your super monster writing last week, I thought you might like to listen to a monster story!

Click on the picture to start the video
English: Spelling and Handwriting
Today, we are going to do our spelling tests when we meet for the Teams call. 

Then, h
ere are  the next sets of spelling rules for you to work on during this week.

1.  Please have a look at the information on the  powerpoint presentation about your spellings. Links in the box below.
Open the powerpoint into 'Slideshow' to enable the  interactive activities to work, then click to move through the stages in each slide.
2. Look at the spelling list log and write the words for Day 1.
3.  In your book, please write three sentences.  Each sentence must have at least one word from your spelling list.
    Underline the words that are from your list.  Don't forget the capital letter and full stop.   Please write the date.
              Monday 25th January         

Year 1:   
The brown cow made a sound.
Year 2:   
I put a label on my travel bag.

4.  Also, I would like you to practise your 
handwriting skills.  Open the document to see the handwriting joins for each of your words. You can print the page or look at the words on your screen then copy them into your book.    There are left or right handed versions.

5. This week, there are also wordsearches and a spelling activity for both year groups..
Year 1 – Words with the digraph ‘ow’ and 'ou'.  Vowel digraphs.  These are groups of two letters – at least one of which is a vowel – that make a single sound, for example, the letters 'ow' in the word 'down'

Please click on the links to open the documents: 
         -Year 1 ow and ou pp Presentation.ppt- 
        -Y1 Spelling log ow and ou.doc-  

      -LH Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheet1.pdf-  (left hand)  or 
      -RH Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheet-V317489794.pdf-  (right hand)

       -Word Search Black and White-V317489794.pdf-  
Year 2 – The 'el' sound at the end of words

     -Year 2 el endings.ppt- 

      -el endings y2.doc-  Year 2 spelling log 
                                                                                                                                               -LH Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheet-V317489937.pdf-  or
       -RH Cursive Handwriting Practice Sheet-V317489937.pdf-  
                                                                                                                                                -Activity Sheet Find the Missing Word.pdf-  

       -Word Search Black and White-V317489937.pdf-  

Year 1-   Compare number sentences
Year 2 -  Make equal groups

Year 1 - Watch the video and complete the questions the sheet.

Spr1.4.4 - Compare number sentences from White Rose Maths on Vimeo.

Today's questions:     -Y1-Spring-Block-1-WO8-Compare-number-sentences-2019.pdf

Answers:                     -Y1-Spring-Block-1-ANS8-Compare-number-sentences-2019.pdf-

Remember to do your corrections with a purple pen, like you do at school, to show that you made a mistake but you have checked it.

  Year 2 - Watch the video then complete the questions on the sheet

Spr2.3.3 - Make equal groups - grouping (recap) from White Rose Maths on Vimeo.

Today, we are again  re visiting some work from Year 1 to remind ourselves about equal groups. 

Questions for Year 2 :  -Y1-Summer-Block-1-WO6-Make-equal-groups-grouping-2020.pdf-     

 Answers:                       -Y1-Summer-Block-1-ANS6-Make-equal-groups-grouping-2020.pdf-  
Remember, to do your corrections with a purple pen, like you do at school, to show that you made a mistake but you have checked it.

Maths Challenge Question:
If you have finished your work.....how about doing a challenge?  

  Q. 3  Mass means how many kilograms the object weighs.
 Adults - ANSWERS at the bottom of the page

You could also log into Sumdog maths.  Click on this link to sign in, then add your password: https://www.sumdog.com/ 
Play the games to practise your knowledge of number facts and to help you speed up with your instant recall facts..  

Forest School Activities

As last week, you might like to go outside into your garden or go for a walk. You could just enjoy being outside and observe the things around you, or you could choose to do some activities:

Please see the Forest School page (News and Events), where Mrs Goss has posted some suggestions.

Also, here are some activities from the Woodland Trust, that you might enjoy doing over the next few weeks:

Go on a nature walk or do a scavenger hunt.
earn how to identify trees using the Woodland Trust App and become a 'Tree Tracker'.
If you decide to stay indoors:
There are there a lost of ideas for craft activities, such as making a sculpture, a cardboard tube friendly fox or even your own woodland theatre in a shoebox.

It's very important that we do plenty of exercise each day.  You might do lots of exercise if you go outdoors to do some Forest school activities.  You might also like to do  work out with Joe Wicks.  Here's a recording of the session from Friday. 

More monsters today!  Who is Joe dressed up as?!
Click on the picture to start.


Please let me know if you have any worries or if there is anything I can help you with. 
I'll be back with you tomorrow.   
Take care and try to be helpful at home. 

Mrs Micklefield

Answers to today's maths challenge

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