Year 2 and Year 3 home learning for week commencing 15th June 2020

Good afternoon Children,

Thank you for all the wonderful writing and maths we have seen flying into our mail boxes this week! Some of you have been extremely busy being inventors and mathematicians! Keep up the good work and please send us your writing and maths as we can give you some feedback!

Parents,

Please find attached the plans and resources needed for next weeks home learning. Please do remember that the plans that are being sent home are also used in school as a frame of learning for the teachers. It maybe that you will not have time (or the patience some days) to complete all the set tasks and that is absolutely fine! Just do what you can as a family.

If you are struggling to engage your child or battling against them, please feel free to email either myself or Mrs Steventon who would be happy to try and share some approaches, strategies or just have a sympathetic ear!

Have a great weekend,

Mrs Wickett

Home learning plans:

Year 2 15.6.20

Home learning planning Year 3 15.6.20

Useful resources for the week:

t2-t-1106-design-an-outfit-activity-sheet_ver_1

t-l-4358–word-mat-pack-adjectives-adverbs-and-verbs-_ver_10

t-l-8739-tigers-differentiated-reading-comprehension-activity–_ver_3 Year 2

t-t-2548657-tshirt-design-activity-sheet-english

t-tp-7341-food-adjectives-word-mat-

Maths (Year 2)

Lesson 1 – Count sides and vertices on 2D shapes Lesson 2 – Count faces, edges and vertices on 3D shapes Lesson 3 – Sort 2D and 3D shapes Lesson 4 – Merge 2D and 3D shapes

Lesson 1 Answers – Count sides and vertices on 2D shapes Lesson 2 Answers – Count faces, edges and vertices on 3D shapes Lesson 3 Answers – Sort 2D and 3D shapes Lesson 4 Answers – Make patterns with 2D and 3D shapes

Maths (Year 3)

Lesson 1 – Equivalent fractions (1) 2020 Lesson 2 – Equivalent fractions (2) 2020 Lesson 3 – Equivalent fractions (3) 2020 Lesson 4 – Compare fractions 2020

Lesson 1 Answers – Equivalent fractions (1) 2020 Lesson 2 Answers – Equivalent fractions (2) 2020 Lesson 3 Answers – Equivalent fractions (3) 2020 Lesson 4 Answers – Compare fractions 2020

 

Year 2 and Year 3 home learning tasks and plans

Afternoon!

Please find attached the planning tasks for your home learning for week commencing 8.6.20. You will find Year 2 plans and Year 3 plans on this email. To assist you in your home learning, below each day are links to some resources that may help you.

On Year 3’s plans you will have available both the year 2 maths and year 3. This is so your child can access at where they need. If they find the Year 3 resources and questions tricky, please feel free to drop into the year 2 resources as you need to.

Please email myself or Mrs Steventon on our class emails if you have any further enquiries.

Keep safe and well,

Mrs Wickett 🙂

Home and school learning plans wk 8.6.20 JS Year 2

Home and school learning plans wk 8.6.20 SW Year 3

Maths (Year 3 access)

Lesson 2 Answers – Fractions on a number line 2019

Lesson 3 Answers – Fractions of a set of objects (1) 2019

Lesson 4 Answers – Fractions of a set of objects (2) 2019

Lesson 2 – Fractions on a number line 2019

Lesson 3 – Fractions of a set of objects (1) 2019

Lesson 4 – Fractions of a set of objects (2) 2019 

Family-Challenge-Friday-5th-June

Maths (Year 2)

Lesson 1 Find the total 2019

Lesson 2 Find the difference 2019

Lesson 3 Find change 2019

Lesson 4 Two-step problems 2019 

Lesson 1 Answers Find the total 2019

Lesson 2 Answers Find the difference 2019

Lesson 3 Answers Find change 2019

Lesson 4 Answers Two-step problems 2019

Monday

A Cloudy Lesson 5-7 – Teaching Resources Age 6-7

Alexander Graham Bell Higher Ability

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T2-H-5289-Alexander-Graham-Bell-Information-PowerPoint_ver_3

T-T-2764-History-Of-Transport-Timeline-Cards

Tuesday

the inventors house image

t-tp-69745-ks1-all-about-tim-bernerslee-powerpoint_ver_3

Wednesday

Thursday

t2-e-4960-blank-comic-strip-activity-

The Shirt Machine 7-9 – Teaching Resources

 

Home Learning Packs

Welcome back,

I hope you had a lovely half term and enjoyed the glorious weather.

Please except my apologies for any confusion with the home learning pack, I have attached the correct version below as well as some additional resources you may find helpful.

Once again thank you for the welcome messages and kindness you have shown so far.

Stay Safe

Mrs Steventon

Year 2 1.6.20 complete

adjective sentences

Common Exception Words 1

conjunction activity

fill in the missing adjectives

story plan

Midweek News

Midweek bulletin wb18.5.20

Hello Year 2!

I hope you are all enjoying this glorious weather.  Here is this weeks news so far.

Once again, thank you fro your welcome letters and well done for all the work you have sent in to me, I really enjoy looking at it as well as the fantastic job you are doing with your online  learning. Keep up the good work.

stay safe all.

Mrs Steventon

Don’t forget you can send me anything you want me to see via

sspp.year2@taw.org.uk

Year 2 Home Learning Pack 11-05-2020

Hello Year 2!

I am your new class teacher, Mrs Steventon.

I have heard so many wonderful things about you and seen some of your fabulous work, I can’t wait to meet you but in the meantime I would love to hear from you.  You can do this by writing me a letter, design a poster, maybe even a fact file all about you – However you choose to do it be sure to tell me as much as you can about your likes, dislikes, hobbies, who you live with and anything else you would like me to know!

I have really enjoyed seeing some of your work so far and I look forward to seeing more. Have a wonderful week and I look forward to learning more about you and seeing all the wonderful things you are doing at home.

sspp.year2@taw.org.uk

Year 2 Home Learning 11.5.20

Until we meet – stay safe.

Mrs Steventon x

Year 2 Home Learning 4.5.2020

Hello Year 2!

We are missing you all lots and hope you are all being good for your families. We are loving seeing your photographs and hearing what you have been up to.

Here is your home learning pack.

Year 2 Home Learning 4.5.2020

Remember that you are all doing a wonderful job – teaching is hard in this climate – even for qualified teachers – we know many of you are juggling working from home, siblings of different ages and keeping family morale up during lock down – don’t feel guilty if you need an movie afternoon – get out the popcorn and a large caffeinated drink!

Stay safe & keep smiling!

Miss Farthing