Creators Class - Year 2
Welcome to Creators Class!
Home Learning Documents
I look forward to seeing you online at 9:30 this morning (Wednesday). If you have any difficulties, please contact the admin office and they will do their best to help you. In the meantime, please see any useful documents attached below.
Useful Home Learning Documents
Home Learning Monday 11th January 2021
Copy and paste the maths link below into your browser which will take you to a Yr 2 maths lesson on finding a part using a part whole method. You will find a video to watch, an activity worksheet (this is the same one entitled Yr 2 maths - Mon pdf in the link above) and an interactive online activity.
Copy and paste the Literacy link below into your browser which will take you to a Yr 2 literacy lesson on alphabetical order. You will find a video to watch and three interactive activities to complete on line.
Click on the Lockdown worry monster pdf above and follow the instructions
What will we be learning this week? (7/12/20)
Maths: This week we are looking at how to add a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number using different resources, such as tens frames, number lines and part whole models. We are also applying our number bonds to 10 to number bonds to 20 and 100.
Writing: This week we are revisiting some spelling rules from the term. We are adding 'ed' and 'ing' to words where the root word either does not change or it ends in a letter 'e' (e.g. make becomes making and imagine becomes imagined.)
Reading: We are looking at non-fiction books, and how they are laid out. We are identifying different features such as glossaries, contents pages and indexes.
Phonics: This week we are going to continue to review the sound /d/ spelt 'd', 'ed' and 'dd' from last week's learning, such as in words like made, paddle, played, saddle, skid and sound. We will be learning lots of different spellings for the sound /ee/, such as in the words: me, glee, cream, bunny, key, chief and taxi.
Topic: In our history lesson this week, we will be looking at the timeline of the Great Fire of London and how it changed London. We are also beginning to look at the artist Jan Griffier who painted snowy scenes as well as the Great Fire of London.
What will we be learning this week? (30/11/20)
Maths: This week we are continuing to use column addition to add and subtract a 2-digit numbers and 1s, like 33 + 4 or 29 - 2. After that, we will be looking at finding 10 more and 10 less before moving on to focus on adding and subtracting tens, such as 36 + 40 or 98 - 50.
Writing: This week we are going to be planning, writing and editing our own diary entry. We will be writing about the Great Fire of London from the perspective of Thomas Farriner, the baker. We are going to be using first person (I), past tense, different time connectives (after, next, finally) and conjunctions (and, but, or, because) in our writing.
Reading: In reading lessons, we have just finished the book Vlad and the Great Fire of London. This week we are going to be answering different retrieval questions about the book, discussing what we thought about the book and exploring non-fiction about the Great Fire of London.
Phonics: This week we are going to review the sound /d/ spelt 'd', 'ed' and 'dd' from last week's learning, such as in words like made, paddle, played, saddle, skid and sound. We will be learning lots of different spellings for the sound /ee/, such as in the words: me, glee, cream, bunny, key, chief and taxi.
Topic: In our history lesson this week, we will be thinking carefully about different artefacts from the Great Fire of London and writing sentences using I see..., I think... and I wonder....