Summer 2020 - School Closure
Welcome to Class 2's Summer Term page. Although events have been cancelled we continue to miss you all and look forward to when we can all be together again. In the mean time, keep active and stay positive.
Please use Purple mash for activities that we have put on for you.
Use BBC Bitesize on iPlayer for daily lessons. They are really good!
Here are some ideas for what you can do this week and a timetable suggesting daily activities.
Number Bonds to 10. Save the whale!
Use this game to practise your adding skills. You can choose numbers from 5 to 10 and find pairs to make that number. Use the pipes and tap on the wheel to fill the pool with water and set Willy free.
Use this game to practise lots of numberskills. Pick the sarcophagus with the correct number and make the mummy dance. Try finding the halve first.
Year 1 comprehension - bats!
Year 2 comprehension - Antarctica.There are 3 different versions and they get trickier!
The Love Apple. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XCsQv48wfg
There are so many different sounds in this story - which ones do you recognise? Can you tell someone what happens? Is it a sad or happy story? Create a home for the 2 caterpillars to live in.
Year 2 - play this addition game for adding 3 numbers. See how many levels you can achieve. Answer the problems before the balloons touch the ground and send them flying. https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/balloon/index.html
Year 1 - you can have a go too if you like, but here is also a counting game you might enjoy.https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/whackAMole/index.html
"Sweet cocoon". Poor old caterpillar has a problem - what could it be? Watch this film to find out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0a0aNqTehM&list=PLpXh4YZBfgA2YQI-wHEqj2kKsvn3prNiP
Can you - Tell someone the story? Describe the characters? Write some speech bubbles for them? Write about your favourite part? Draw the characters and the setting? Describe the setting with at least 3 sentences, Year 1) or at least 6 sentences, (Year 2).
Use this link to listen to the story of the Owl babies.https://vimeo.com/55971653.
Can you draw a picture of the owl babies waiting for their mummy?
Can you write some speech bubbles for them?
Can you retell the story to someone?
How did they feel when they were alone?
How did they feel when their mother came back?
Make a story board to help you write down what happens in the story.
Go to this link to play a number ordering game.
And Play Your Cards Right by following this link
The Magical Teaching Box is a story designed for Year 2, though I am sure that some of the Year 1s will enjoy it too.
Or you could describe your own dragon and even make up a story about it. I would love to see some pictures of your very own dragon.
Sidney Spideris a lovely story with lots of ideas for fun activities.
You can listen to the story at this link - https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/sidney