Hello Year 2. Week 2 here we go!
It has been great to see your brilliant work on seesaw and reading comments on the blog, but we’d love to see more of you engaging and sharing your work somehow. We know it is sometimes tricky doing your work online and some of you do not have a printer at home to complete worksheets. Please comment on this post if you have any suggestions or ways we can help you to engage in your home learning even more. We will be providing a weekly document for you to download and use throughout the week. It will contain activities you can complete just using pencil and paper. No printing required.
We look forward to hearing your suggestions throughout the week.
Here is your timetable for the week:
|AM – 1||PE||Maths||PE||Maths||Maths|
|AM – 2||English||English||Maths||English||English|
You can print this sheet or just use a sheet of paper to complete each section. There are 3 levels of this challenge. Choose your level (or you can do all 3 if you wish)
This children’s book features a Muslim family as they observe the month of Ramadan. The story shows some of the key aspects of this religious event, such as fasting, praying and giving to charity.
After you’ve read the story, I’d like you to think of 3 questions you’d like to find out the answer to. You could share these questions on the blog or on SeeSaw. I’d love to see the research you do to find the answer to the questions as well. Miss Fretton and I will choose some of your questions and create a lesson for you all later on in the week. Some example questions for you to think about:
- Why were Rameena’s family eating early in the morning?
- Why did Rameena have to ‘give to others’?
- What does the word ‘fast’ mean in the context of Ramadan?