Welcome to Year 2R's Home Learning Page
I hope you are all well and I would like to wish you all a great half term!
You have all been working very hard so make sure you take this time to relax and enjoy the beautiful weather.
Take care and stay safe
From Miss Bamrah and Mrs Reddy.
Thank you so much for the emails I have received this week and the photos of the things you have been doing.
Please do continue to email me as it is great to hear from you and it is very reassuring to know how you all are.
It has been brilliant hearing what you have been up to at home, cooking is very popular at the moment. Keep the comments coming as they give other children ideas on activities which they can also do at home.
You should be on week 5 for Maths and English. A range of online resources can be accessed from the links attached on our class page, if you have some spare time give them a go.
Please take you time to complete these tasks and set aside time to learn those vital skills of baking, sewing, gardening and even tidying!
Well done for being so strong and for working hard at home. Missing you all so much, take care and remember to let me know how you are getting on firstname.lastname@example.org
From Miss Bamrah and Mrs Reddy
Maths- wc 18.05.20
ENGLISH- W/C 18.05.20
Look at the poem ‘In the Land of the Flibbertigibbets’ by John Foster
LO: To be able to use inference when looking at texts. (Reading the images and predicting)
LO: To be able to discuss ideas in a poem.
LO: To be able to learn a poem by heart and perform it.
LO: To be able to draw a picture to illustrate a line from the poem, include some action or background scenery.
LO: To be able to write a new stanza for a poem based on a model.
LO: To be able to write a poem based on one you already know and use alliteration, repetition and rhyme (Add images just like John Foster to encourage the reader to read the images too).
Describe an object with as many adjectives as you can on a mind map or in sentences.
Riddle Detectives! 18/05/20
Can you work out this riddle? What could it be? Why do you think this?
Our Big Question 18/05/20
We will have a 'big question' each week to get us thinking! Explain what you think the answer may be to your family and carers. Why do you think this? Can you use the conjunctions we have been learning in class to explain why you think this e.g. 'because', 'but'.Can you think of examples to support your answers?
What are some of the best things about nature?
Please visit our page regularly to find new and exciting learning opportunities. I will be adding lots of new things so keep visiting our page. Have fun learning with your Families!
Please feel free contact me to ask any questions and I would love to hear from you all : email@example.com
From Miss Bamrah
English Task of the Week
Have a look at the link: www.pobble365.com
Use this picture to answer the questions provided. Every day, the challenges will change, and different images will appear. Try to make up your own stories and draw pictures about what you think might happen next.
I would love to see what you have written and any pictures you may have drawn. Email me your creations: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are Confident Readers
In reading, we are learning to:
Please continue to read and share books each day.
There are comprehensions questions below to use at home.
I have included websites to help support develop phonic skills
Photo/Video of the week
We will have a different video or photo each week to inspire our writing using descriptive vocabulary.
Write a narrative in the 1st person from different points of view, the robbers, the police, the young boy, his parents.
There are lots of simple and fun things you can do at home to learn more in science. Here are examples of different experiments you can at home. Each week, pick an experiment for the things you have at home. Make sure we work with an adult.
Healthy Body, Healthy Mind
There are loads of exercises you can do at home! Here are some daily workout videos that you can use!
Hello to my Hogarth music lovers!
If you go to the 'enrichment' icon on the home webpage there is an assembly song tab with lots of songs for you to sing along to at home!
Choir and music makers you know where to find all your own resources under the 'parent' icon
I have added some tests that you can use to help you to remember your times tables. Please look at the link below. If you do not have a printer at home, you could write down your calculations on paper.
If you have any maths related queries that I can help you with, please email me at: email@example.com and I will do my best to email you back as quickly as I can. Thank you, Mrs Peacock.
We have P.E. every Monday and Friday. Please ensure your child has the correct, labelled kit in school and earrings are removed.
Homework is given out on a Friday and is due back in school the following Wednesday.
Please read with your child as often as possible at home and write a comment in their reading diary. Daily practice with an adult can increase their enthusiasm and help them progress even further.
Please see below some useful resources to help with your child's learning: