Good morning Y2! I have started another blog on purplemash for you to ask me any questions about our class blogs on our website. I have received more fantastic home learning from some children. This will encourage others to share their learning too.
Mohammed has been busy doing lots of great learning. The plants have grown nice and tall. I am super impressed with your balance in gymnastics with dad. Also, love your presentation in Literacy and Maths work. You are able to use mathematical words to describe turn and movement. Well done Mohammed!
Aseeya also shared her work by uploading them on purplemash. I like your role on the wall, it is very detailed and you have explored Agouti's character really well from the story. You are doing great learning on studyladder and you are always up for a challenge. Well done Aseeya!
Hayat your cupcakes looks delicious. Now we know what you have been up to. Like your illustration of the Tree of Life. Well done Hayat for sharing!
Log onto to purplemash and choose any book of your choice and do the activities on there. Can you do a book review of the story you read? The story doesn't have to be from purplemash, if you have a new book that you are reading then you can do a book review for that too.
How many exciting verbs did you come up with yesterday? Now read the other section of page two. How do you think Agouti is feeling? Do you think Macounaima has done the right thing by telling everyone about the tree of life? Compare the feeling of the children with Agouti's feeling. Draw the table below and use adjectives write sentences and give reasons for why they are feeling like that.
Today, we will look at patterns. Look around the room can you notice any pattern either on cloths, wall paper or bracelets? I want you to use our new key words to describe patterns.
clockwise, anti clockwise, quarter turn, half turn, three quarter turn, full turn
Have a go at the challenges below. Read the instructions carefully.
What is your favourite fruit and why? I like watermelons and grapes because they are sweet and juicy. Have you ever wondered where your favourite fruit comes from? Some of the fruit you buy from supermarkets are imported (brought) from other countries around the world. For a start, I want you to write a list of fruit that you have tasted so far. Is there any fruit that you really wish to try? Where in the world do you think they grow? I would like to try a dragon fruit! I wonder why they are called that? Here is a picture, but I don't know which countries they grow in. Can you find out for me please?
Below are some fruits that grow in different countries. Which ones have you tried? Use the link below to find the continents that these countries are located in. Good luck!