This week we have done some work on children's rights and the rights of people with disabilities to lead a full life. We had fun trying our hand at sign language. See if you can use the finger spelling video and sheet to work out the words on the activity sheet below.
This week's homework is a recap on our work on finding fractions of amounts.
This week in our SPAG lessons we have been recapping plurals and introducing how to add -ves if a root word ends in 'f' or 'fe'.
(If a root word ends in 'ff' we just add 's')
We have been having fun continuing our work on George's Marvelous Medicine this week. I'd like you to look around your home for ingredients to make a medicine and write them down in a list. If you want to make the medicine please do it with a parent and with their permission!! (Try not to get Mr Rogalski in trouble!) Please send any photos of work in to the class email.
Here is a copy of the book if you'd like to read the chapter where George makes the medicine and photos of us making medicines at school. We had lots of fun!
We sent home your child's sunflower pot and sunflower diary on Thursday. Over Easter, encourage your child to log the changes in their sunflower as it grows.
Have a great Easter and happy growing!
Using conjunctions in sentences is this week's homework. Watch the videos on the link below for a useful recap and then try the questions on the sheet.
We have been working on measuring in centimetres and metres this week. Try out this task on estimating and measuring. You don't need to print- just record your answers in a book or on paper.
Read the comprehension text all about reindeer and have a go at answering the questions. There are 2 levels to choose from. There will be no homework over Christmas and spelling tests will resume on Monday 11th January.
This week's homework is some arithmetic work mainly focussing on subtraction. Please find the task set on MyMaths and have a go at some of the subtraction train games on TopMarks.
Also- check out the photo gallery for some photos of our work on investigating circuits in science. Children were given the challenge of making the bulb light up using the equipment they were given. After some good team work, lots of thinking and using their knowledge of what conducts electricity, they all did it. Well done Class 2!
This week's homework is to practise using commas when writing a list. Check out the BBC video we watched in class to recap then have a go at the task by writing the answers in your homework book.
Try the 'Going Shopping' and 'Mark the sentences' tasks. 'Awesome Adjectives' is optional!.
We have been working on addition using a blank number line this week. I have set some MyMaths addition work for you to try. It would also be useful to practise your addition on a number line using the method below:
Start with the largest number. Add on the tens and then the ones.
We have been learning about plurals this week. We have learnt when to add -s, -es, -ies and -ves to root words.
Have a practise your plurals by copying the words from the sheet into your homework book. You don't have to do both sheets!