Good morning Y2! Hope you had a good day of home learning yesterday. There are lot of children who are using purple mash blogs to message or create their own learning blogs, which is fantastic!
Thank you Mohammed for sharing your work. Love the way you have solved the divison problems and using drawings to show the problem. Great effort on the story. You have used some exciting verbs and time connectives. I would like read more. Well done Mohammed!
Great home learning Maddie. Your fruit kebab looks delicious! Well done on your maths and Literacy challenges. You are becoming more confident in solving division problems. Love the sentences you have come up with in writing. Great job Maddie.
Poor Grandma... can you believe what George's Marvellous Medicine had done to her? I wonder what else could happen. Read the next chapter 'The Brown Hen'.
How did you get on with writing different sentence types? Guess which sentence is which...
command, statement, question, exclamation
How are you?
Shay is proud of Year 2.
What an amazing piece of home learning!
Come to school on Friday.
Today we are going to focus on apostrophe for possession. Possession means something belonging to someone.
No one is allowed to touch Shays bell in the class.
From the sentence, can you figure out what is the object that belongs to Shay?
We use an apostrophe before the s to show possession.
No one is allowed to touch Shay's bell in the class.
Click on each file to go through the challenges.
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Write the fact family for the learn it's above.
Today we are going to add numbers that will make an extra 10. That means we have to count the tens carefully when we are calculating the final answer.
34 + 15 36 + 22 45 + 26 65 + 37
26 + 25 47 + 35 54 + 27 75 + 28
36 + 36 48 + 36 78 + 39 78 + 43
Look at the pictures below. What do you notice? Where do you think these pictures or plans have been drawn or taken from? This is called plan view. It means to look at something from above. Sometimes people use the phrase bird's eye view.
Imagine a bird flying on top of Arnold circus, what would it see? Can you pick something around your house or any local landmarks and have a go at creating a plan view drawing? Why not try Arnold Circus?
This is what we see when we are standing in front of Arnold circus. What would it look like if you are on top of it?