Click on the link above.
This will take you to the White Rose lessons for Summer Term 1 – these are the maths plans we follow in school, so you’ll be very used to the different methods and diagrams they use.
Watch the video slides – pause and rewind as you need to. Then, answer the questions on the activity sheets in your exercise book.
The answers are there for you to check, too.
Your screen should display the image below when you get to the website. You can either click on the links for the activity sheets and answers, or I've put them below, too. (You will need to go on the website for the video, though.)
We will continue using the Oak National Academy resources today and we’re going to be looking at features of character descriptions.
First of all, I would like you to read pages 9-14 below before accessing today's lesson. This will ensure you are up to date with the story so far.
Follow the link below to access today's lesson. We will read one character description about Lila and one about Lalchand. You will need your exercise book and a pencil.
It’s really important that we keep practising our writing. Try really hard today to form letters accurately and on the line. Don't forget to join too!
You could send a photo of your work to email@example.com
History - Significant People
In Year 2, we learn about the lives of some significant individuals and their achievements. We have already looked at the nurse Florence Nightingale and the writer Samuel Pepys this year. Today, I would like you to learn about the astronaut Neil Armstrong. It should be interesting and lots of fun finding out about his historic voyage to the moon, especially because we are the 'Amazing Astronauts' class!
Follow the link below.
Watch the video and read the information provided. Then try activity 1 and activity 2.
After that, log on to Purple Mash. Click on the 2do called 'What I have learned'. Write factual sentences about what you have found out in this lesson about Neil Armstrong. You could draw a picture too. Click in the picture box and the drawing tools will appear on the left. Remember to save your work and click 'hand in'.
Try your best, Astronauts!