Good morning Y2. Hope you had a lovely weekend. What did you get up to? I had a lovely day out in Victoria Park with some of my friends on Saturday. The queue for the ice cream van was too long though but it was worth it. Please remember to send in your work to Joan. Now let's move onto today's learning.
How many of you can ride a bike or own one? Ross has his sister's trike (similar to the tricycles Reception and Nursery use), but he doesn't like it. But his mum has another idea, Read the story to find out.
We are moving on to chapter 3 today. Do you remember what had happened so far? There are few words here that we may not know the meaning of.
shrill, gazed, longingly, forbidden, solemn.
Use the dictionary to find their meaning.
Today, we are going to write sentences for and against George's decision to make the medicine. I have done two sentences for you. Use conjunctions to give your reasons. What other reasons can you think of? Would he get in trouble? What if Grandma finds out he is making it? What about his parents? Should children be making medicine?
We have been learning about measures. We have learnt to measure length and height, capacity and volume. Today, we are going to learn about mass. Mass is how much matter/substance/stuff something is made up of or consists of. Complete the following activities.
What is a computer? How would you explain what a computer is to someone else? Is it always found on a teacher's desk or ICT suite? Where else can we find computers? Do they all look the same?
BBC Bitesize: What is a computer?
Once you have watched the video and read the information, I want you to look around your house. What are the machines you can see around you that has information stored in them. When you press a button or switch it on it does a specific job. Draw and label all the machine you can find.
Have a go at this activity.
Barefoot Games: Sorting it Out!