Today we have Maths, English and Science. It’s still great to keep active though, so just because it is not on the timetable, make sure you get some exercise today too.
Today is lesson 1 of Summer Term week 2. We have skipped week 1 of Summer term, but feel free to use it as a recap of the fraction work you complete before the Easter break.
When in school, all children in Year 2 practice their handwriting in the morning. We’d like to point you to the handwriting policy on our website as a reference to support you when completing handwriting practice at home.
We have handwriting sheets ready for download below.
If you are unable to print these sheets, please use the handwriting policy to remind children of the cursive style when they are writing their sentences.
What animal can you see in the picture?
Why has the bird suddenly swooped down towards the ground?
What is the other bird doing?
Do birds enjoy flying?
Would you rather be a bird or a human?
Where do you think this photograph was taken?
Can you use adverbs in your writing to describe how something is done?
Can you use adverbs before nouns?
Can you use adverbs after nouns?
e.g. Swiftly, the bird soared towards the ground.
The bird soared swiftly towards the ground.
Last week we planted our sunflower seeds. Let’s see what has happened this week.
Draw an observational picture of the sunflower.
Use Miss Fretton’s photographs to help you draw and write day 3 of your diary. What do you notice? What has happened?