Good morning everyone. As most of now know that Shay is leaving Virginia end of this summer. Shay will be teaching in a new school in Year 2. I have had such fun time teaching you all and getting to know you. I will always think of you and your lovely smiles. There is no book swap this Thursday as you will come into school on Friday to come and see me and meet your new teachers in Year 3. Below is the list of groups, please be on time and bring a bag with you to carry all your books that you have done your amazing learning in. Can't wait to see you all!
Yamin and Ayyub are on a mission to recreate London and some of its key features using junk materials. Can you spot anything from his junk model? I think eventually he would like to create the world map and place countries and capital cities with key landmarks within it. It's coming along brilliantly Yamin. Great job!
Amelia amazing maths learning. You are confident in adding two digit numbers using partitioning. You also managed to do challenge 3 and counted the tens carefully to go over 100. You know most of your learn it's and using them to help you add the ones quickly and fluently. Super maths, well done Amelia!
Today we are going to use conjunctions to add more details and join sentences or clauses together. Read the sentence below.
because, when, and, but, as soon as, while
Year 2 went to The Monument. The children were learning about Great Fire of London.
How can you put those sentences together using a conjunction? What conjunction can you use? Have a go at this one.
It started to rain. I was playing in the park.
What conjunction can you use to join the clauses?
What happens when we add 10 to any number?
What is 10 more than 7?
What is 10 more than 27?
What is 10 more than 71?
What happens to the tens column when add a ten? It gets bigger. We just change the ten by adding 1 more ten.
10 more than 34 is 44. the one stay the same because we only added a 10.
3 tens + 1 ten is 4 tens.
We have all learnt to use partitioning to add 2 digit number to a 2 digit number. Today we will use a number line to add the numbers. You will need a ruler to draw your number line neatly.
45 + 32
We are adding 32 to 45. Draw your number line and start from the largest number. Make jumps of 10 till you reach 30 and make the small jumps. can you figure out the answer by looking at the number line?
We need to add 32 altogether, count the jumps, is there 32? Your answer is the number you land on. Is the answer 75?
34 + 20 34 + 30 45 + 22 63 + 34
35 + 23 27 + 33 64 + 28 45 + 48
Would you make jumps of 10 each time? How can you solve these more quickly?
56 + 49 108 + 66 178 + 39 208 + 143
Don't forget to start with the largest number.
Handwriting and spellings