Good morning Y2! The temperature for this week is really high which means it will be really really hot. I am considering taking a trip to the seaside with my family. Which seaside do you think would be good? Yesterday, I went to see my nephew and nieces, they had water-balloons and water-guns (super soaker they call it) so we had a little fun in the garden to cool us down. What have you been doing to keep you cool?
It's lovely to see you share your work with us again Hayat. I am super pleased with your hard work. Fantastic effort in your maths learning. You are really becoming confident in your times table facts and solving multiplication problems using our learnt strategies. For literacy, I wonder if you can think of other verbs instead of asked? well done Hayat!
Thank you Aseeya for sharing your work. You are working really hard at home and trying your best with your handwriting. Well done on your maths challenges, you have read the problems carefully and used different strategies to solve them. For the literacy challenge, check that you have used inverted commas for your direct speech please. Keep up the good work Aseeya!
Dogs can do amazing things and they can be helpful to people in many different ways. Read the story of Abe, who is a service dog. Find out Abe's journey to become a service dog.
This is an illustration from the next chapter. What do you think will happen? How will Grandma react when she tastes the medicine? I want you write a prediction about what will happen to her. Below is the list of things George had in his marvellous medicine.
golden gloss hair shampoo
dandruff cure Shampoo
animal pills of all sorts
This is what George was thinking was thinking before planning to make the medicine. You can use this to help you with your prediction. You can draw an illustration to show what will Grandma look like after tasting the medicine.
Today we are going to solve problems which involve using our 2, 5 and 10 times table facts. Read the problems carefully and check your answers before moving on.
Spellings and Handwriting
Today we are going write contractions. Do you remember what they are? Contractions are two words joint together to make one word and has an apostrophe ' in place of the missing letter or letters.
did not didn't
I have I've
Practice writing these contractions using join handwriting. You don't need to join first part of the word with the second part because the apostrophe is in the middle.
Have a go at this activity. When you open up power point you have to go on slide show to do the activity properly. The picture below shows how you how to do it.