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Dojo message Thursday 2nd April

Good morning everyone,

I am glad to see that you are all still very enthusiastic learners. Keep up the good work 😊

 

Here are Yesterdays answers:

Comprehension

4.The Aliens went for a stroll across the moon because they were waiting for the ice cream to freeze.

5.Tommy the astronaut needed help because he had crashed his rocket.

6.True

False

False

True

 

English

 

Please send in some pictures of your super sentences using expanded noun phrases.

 

Maths

6 people ate cheese and onion.

4 people ate beef and onion.

Salt and vinegar (7) and Smokey bacon (5) add up to 12.

Salt and vinegar are the most popular flavour.

Pickled onion is the least popular flavour.

Comprehension

Share the text- ‘Tommy and the Three Aliens’ and answer the questions (Questions 7-8)

Don’t forget to underline the key words in the questions and write your answers in full sentences in your workbooks.

 

Optional extra: Book Scavenger hunt

  • Find an animal in a book
  • Find the word spring in a book
  • Find someone helping someone in a book
  • Find a book that makes you laugh
  • Find someone sleeping in a book
  • Find a pet in a book
  • Find a book about a superhero.

 

English

  • Write the missing punctuation mark to complete the sentences below:
  1. What time is it
  2. My name is Fred
  3. Put your shoes away
  4. What an amazing day it was
  • Write the correct words in the spaces below to complete the sentences
  1. I ate biscuits _______________ I was hungry.
  2. I am going to go to sleep _____________________ I get home.
  3. Would you like some carrots _____________ peas?
  4. Jon was grumpy _____________ his mum woke him up early.

 

Maths

Complete the next 2 pages in your maths booklet (Division with balloons and doubles/halves)

 

PSHE/ Money Sense

We have been looking at safe places to keep money and what we would do with it if we were given pocket money.

Hide and seek

For younger children, you can teach them the basics of losing money and keeping it safe with a game – it will help them to remember your advice better. Put coins in various places around one of the rooms in your house – such as in a purse, a moneybox, or on a shelf, table, windowsill, etc. – and ask them to find them all. Then, ask them where they found each coin and which place they think is the safest, and why.

PE/Wellbeing –

 

Take part in some mindfulness activities

 

 

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

 

Dojo message Wednesday 1st April

Good morning everyone,

I hope you are all keeping well. Thank you for sending lots of pictures of the work that the children are completing. Please don’t forget if you have any questions just ask, as we are happy to help.

 

Here are Yesterdays answers:

Comprehension

1.Another word for huge is big.

2.The word is whispered.

 

English

Please send via messenger pictures of your posters.

 

Maths

19-6=13

Libby is hiding 13 buttons.

13-6=7

Libby is hiding 6 buttons.

 

14-6-5=3

3 children are left on the aeroplane

 

16-5-5=6

6 children are left on the aeroplane.

 

 

Comprehension

Share the text- ‘Tommy and the Three Aliens’ and answer the questions (Questions 4-6)

Don’t forget to underline the key words in the questions and write your answers in full sentences in your workbooks.

 

Optional extra: Choose a character from your reading book and write a few sentences to describe them. Don’t forget to describe their appearance and their personality.

 

English

An expanded noun phrase is a descriptive clause normally made up of a noun as well as one or more adjectives. Some examples of expanded noun phrases would be: “the tall, strong man”, “the cheesy pizza” or “the small, cosy village”

 

Find objects around your house and write them in an expanded noun phrase. When you have written some super noun phrases, put them into a sentence. Try practising your joined handwriting.

 

Maths

Complete the interpreting data page (Favourite crisp flavours)

 

 

PSHE/ Money Sense

We have been looking at safe places to keep money and what we would do with it if we were given pocket money. Design a poster that shows all of the safe places that you can keep money.

 

Optional Extra:

Lend an ear

Ask your child if they have ever lent or borrowed something, e.g. a book or toy. Then, discuss whether there are any ‘rules’ to borrowing, e.g. whether it’s important to look after the item, and what happens if it gets lost or broken, or isn’t returned. Next, ask them if it is okay to borrow or lend money. Stress the importance of paying it back, and whether there are better ways to get money, such as saving.

 

PE/Wellbeing –

 

Watch part 1 of the dojo video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9o0wagkrzKw and discuss what optimism is and how it can relate to the situation that we are in now.

 

Set up a circuit in the garden- children to decide what to do at each station, could write on the floor with chalk.

 

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

 

Dojo message Tuesday 31st March

Good morning all,

We are happy to hear that everything is going so well with your packs. The children seem to be doing a fantastic job and we love hearing about their progress. It is great to see the children showing perseverance and dedication by not only completing the main tasks but taking part in the optional extras as well. Keep up the fab work 2SB and 2CF!

 

Here are Yesterdays answers:

Comprehension

  1. Blessing is telling the story.

7.Mum stopped humming because she was annoyed that Blessing still hadn’t tidied her room.

English

  1. a) Claire ate her breakfast.
  2. b) Sam heard voices outside.
  3. c) She was
  4. d) Gemma bought a present.
  5. e) Danny walked through the park

 

Maths

The first and third car are the same length.

 

44+19=63

40+10=50

9+4=13

 

58+19=77

50+10=60

8+9=17

 

23+19=42

20+10=30

9+3=12

 

78 is more than (any number below 78)

78 is between 77 and 79

78 has 7 tens.

 

67 is more than (any number below 67)

67 is between 66 and 68

67 has 6 tens.

Comprehension

Share the text- ‘Tommy and the Three Aliens’ and answer the vocabulary questions (Questions 1-3)

It is also good for your child to identify any unknown vocabulary and discuss the meaning.

 

Optional extra: Choose a book from https://www.freechildrenstories.com/age-5-8-1?fbclid=IwAR3bTkXOvhT7qiY0NvWWcoEwEfqfUOjcfBelarfwsM5HVExa03hpGDUqRxg

Before you read the book make a prediction and write what you think it will be about. 

 

English

Create a colourful poster for the rest of your classmates to see. Your poster must be about what sentences need to include (full stops, capital letters, adjectives, verbs and adverbs).

Then using these as success criteria create your own SUPER sentences.

 

Maths

Complete the next 2 pages in your maths booklet. (Subtraction word problems) These pages will have buttons and aeroplane on.

Optional extra: Play shops with someone in your house. Give each item a price and then practice giving change to the person who buys it. (e.g. orange is 30p. Mum buys an orange for 50p. How much change does she get?

Use either an empty number line (count back) or your tens and ones to work these calculations out.

 

 

RE:  Watch the clip https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z36sb9q

How and what do Sikhs celebrate and worship?

What do you do with your family?

Can you plan your own celebration day with your family at home? This could be to celebrate the love you have for one another, a birthday, an anniversary or just a day to make everyone smile.

  1. Make an invitation for your family to attend.
  2. Make a plan of what you can do on the day/ morning / afternoon. Will you play games? Dance to music? Bake a cake? Make a card for each other?

 

PE/Wellbeing – Develop mindfulness by watching zen den on cosmic yoga. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ9zpRAPIuI-

Listen to your favourite song and learn some of the lyrics. Can you create your own dance routine to it?

 

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

 

Dojo message Monday 30th  March 2020

Good Morning,

I hope you have been able to rest this weekend and you are ready for the week ahead.

Here are Friday’s answers:

Comprehension

  • Gazed means staring
  • Blessing would rather watch a TV program or dress up her doll than tidy her room
  • Blessing sits on the end of her bed.

English

are not – aren’t

could not -couldn’t

did not – didn’t

I am – I’m

were not – weren’t

she is – she’s

what is – what’s

it is – it’s

they are – they’re

have not – haven’t

Please could you complete the following tasks for today(30.3.20) and the answers will be uploaded tomorrow.

Comprehension

Share the text- ‘Pigs can fly’ and answer the inference questions(Questions 6-7)

Don’t forget to underline the key words in the question and the text.

Extra:  https://www.freechildrenstories.com/age-5-8-1?fbclid=IwAR3bTkXOvhT7qiY0NvWWcoEwEfqfUOjcfBelarfwsM5HVExa03hpGDUqRxg

Read a story and write a paragraph to summarise what has happened.

English

Verbs can be action words. They show what the subject of the sentence is doing. They can also be being words. These verbs identify who or what a noun is, was, or will be. They are usually a form of ‘to be’.

Circle the action and being verbs in the sentences.

a) Claire ate her breakfast.

b) Sam heard voices outside.

c) She was trapped.

d) Gemma bought a present.

e) Danny walked through the park

Maths

Complete the next 2 pages in your maths booklet. (This is the page with the car pictures)

Remember to measure your lines carefully.

Optional extra: Can you write all of your number bonds to 100. E.g. 10 + 90 = 100

 

 

RE: Using the link to helphttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9U8T8x1AhQ

Can you summarise the five pillars of Islam and what each one represents?

 

 

PE/Wellbeing – Join in with a dance class byhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UC58aowNEXHHnflR_5YTtP4g

Optional Extra – https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/hass-storytelling/imagineering-in-a-box?fbclid=IwAR3kZiVZUWUSpUtqhd6m8J00GJqs-pybP9akM3eLMJ7-9_tWjM0KM2kdds4

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

 

Good Morning,

I hope you are all well, keeping safe had a lovely week working from home. Thank you for working so hard and completing all the work we have set this week.

Here are yesterday’s answers:

Comprehension

  • The word is big. – ‘I peered up at her, making my big, brown eyes look as sad as possible’
  • The word is whispered. – ‘What are you doing?” she whispered’

Please could you complete the following tasks for today (27.3.20) and the answers will be uploaded on Monday.

Comprehension

Share the text- ‘Pigs can fly’ and answer the vocabulary questions (Questions 3-5)

Don’t forget to underline the key words in the question and the text.

Extra: Listen to our class book for the week or read a chosen book from home and record your favourite part and why.

English

In spellings we have been learning about contractions. Contractions are short words made by putting two words together. Letters are lost in the contraction and replaced by an apostrophe. The apostrophe shows where the letters would be if the words were written in full.

Write the words in their contracted form.

are not – aren’t

could not

did not

I am

were not

she is

what is

it is

they are

have not

Super challenge – Can you put them into a sentence?

Maths

Complete page 6 of your maths booklet

Remember to show your working out and record your number sentence.

Optional extra: Can you write all of your number bonds to 10 and 20. E.g. 1 + 9 = 10 & 1 + 19 = 20

Art: Using everything you can remember from our art lessons, can you sketch a picture of someone in your house?

Optional extra: Collect some nature things from outside and draw these in your book. Try and include as much detail as possible.

 

PE/Wellbeing – Log in to home.jasmineactive.com

Email: parent@northfield-2.com

Password: northfield

Complete an activity of your choice.

We can’t wait to see your work and please remember if you are unsure of anything, we are available on class dojo messenger.

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

Dojo message Thursday 26th March 2020

Good Morning,

We hope everything is going well with your home learning packs. Thank you for sending your photographs, it is lovely seeing the children working hard and enjoying their learning. We appreciate your hard work too and thank you for ensuring your children are supported at home.

Here are yesterday’s answers:

Comprehension

  • The Author suggests you take your dragon to the park because you will have more space to practise.
  • You might need to wear a helmet to protect yourself because dragons can fly at up to 60 miles an hour so it can be dangerous.
  • Riding a dragon could be dangerous because they fly at 60 miles an hour, you have to hold on tight and you have to wear a helmet.

Maths

  • (8+2) +6= 16 à  The children have been taught to try and work out the number pairs first then add the remaining number.
  • (7+3) +9=19
  • (6+4) +8=18

History

  1. True

True

True

False

 

Please could you complete the following tasks for today (26.3.20) and the answers will be uploaded tomorrow.

Comprehension

Share the text- ‘Pigs can fly’ and answer the vocabulary questions (Questions 1-2) It is also good for your child to identify any unknown vocabulary and discuss the meaning.

Optional extra: Read your school reading book and design a new front cover for it. Think carefully about the main events.

English

Use http://flash.topmarks.co.uk/4044 to read through and complete each of the instructions in order.

Find between 3 -5 different objects in 3 different rooms in your house and write them in a list using commas e.g.: In my bathroom I have shampoo, a toothbrush, towels and toilet roll.

Maths

Complete page 5 of your maths booklet (plant pot activity) Remember to show your working out and record your number sentence.

Optional extra: Times table practice- 2s,3s,5s and 10s. Practice multiplying and dividing by these numbers. In class, we have been drawing or making these groups to support our understanding.

Make your own timetable flashcards for the 2,3,5 and 10 times table.

 

Science- Watch https://vimeo.com/218127343 and mind map everything you know about how seeds are dispersed.

Optional extra: If you have a garden or whilst on a walk, can you spot any plants and identify how their seeds are dispersed?

 

PE/Wellbeing – Log in to home.jasmineactive.com

Email: parent@northfield-2.com

Password: northfield

Complete an activity of your choice.

We can’t wait to see your work and please remember if you are unsure of anything, we are available on class dojo messenger.

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

Dojo message Wednesday 25th March 2020

Good Morning,

I hope you are set and ready for day 3 of home learning.

Here are yesterday’s answers.

Comprehension

3) The text tells you how to ride a Dragon.

4) The author thinks fighting monsters from the back of a fiery friend will fill you with excitement.

5)You need to get dressed into your armour and parachute for safety.

Maths

42+10=52

43+10=53

56+11=67

69+10=79

Circle the even numbers

34, 86, 88, 12, 6, 10, 4

2,36,6,88,66

32,82,92,10

History

4) The staircase was in flames.

5) Jonny thinks it is a good idea to build houses out of stones an sticks because they are less flammable and stronger materials.

Please could you complete the following tasks for today (25.3.20) and the answers will be uploaded tomorrow.

Comprehension

Share the text ‘How to ride a dragon’ again and answer the retrieval questions (questions 6 – 8). The more your child reads the text the more fluent they will become.

Optional extra: Choose a book on Oxford Owl. Make a prediction and write what you think it will be about.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

English

Choose to cook, bake or make something (anything of your choice) Then write a recipe or a set of instructions to tell somebody else what to do. Don’t forget to use time adverbials (first, next, after, then, finally, immediately) and imperative verbs. You can add your own illustrations if you wish to.

A set of instructions or recipe will be chosen to share on class dojo for other members in your class to follow.

Maths

Complete the word problems in your maths booklet (page 4).  Remember to write your number sentence and show your workings out.

Optional extra: Times table practice- 2s,3s,5s and 10s. Practice multiplying and dividing by these numbers. In class, we have been drawing or making these groups to support our understanding.

 https://ttrockstars.com/ – Continue to practice times tables.

History

Continue to read the text about the ‘Great Fire of London’ and answer question 6.

Get your parent/carer to time you for 5 minutes and write your own knowledge dump ( As many facts you can remember about The Great Fire Of London)

Science-Make a poster about keeping healthy.  Remember to include bright colours, a title, information and pictures.

Think about:

  • Healthy eating (different food groups/ the wellness plate).
  • Exercise.
  • Hygiene (including teeth).
  • Water

PE/Wellbeing – Watch the GoNoodle clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9T5fJDy_ig or join in with Joe Wicks live on YouTube at 9am.

Then cool down to the GoNoodle clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KMY2pMsLiJw

We can’t wait to see your work and please remember if you are unsure of anything, we are available on class dojo messenger.

Take care

Mrs Blaker and Miss Fern

 

Dojo message Tuesday 24th March

From Miss Fern

Good Morning,

I hope you all had a fantastic day being ‘stay at home superheroes’ yesterday and had fun completing your home learning tasks.

Here are yesterday’s answers.

Comprehension

⦁ Soaring and swooping have a similar meaning to flying

⦁ The word exhilarating means to feel happy.

Maths

4+6 = 10

14 + 6 = 20

24 + 6 = 30

7 + 6 = 13

27 + 6 = 23

3 + 3 + 4 + 4 = 14

5 + 5 + 6 + 6 = 22

7 + 7 + 8 + 8 = 30

8 + 8 + 9 + 9 = 34

History

⦁ The text is describing the Great Fire of London.

⦁ The Great Fire of London took place in 1666.

⦁ Jonny grabbed his diary before he left the house.

Please could you complete the following tasks for today (24.3.20) and the answers will be uploaded tomorrow.

Comprehension

Share the text ‘How to ride a dragon’ again and answer the retrieval questions (questions 3 – 5). The more your child reads the text the more fluent they will become.

English 

Using the prompts from your work pack, write a set of instructions on how to wash your hands.

Don’t forget to use time adverbials (first, next, after, then, finally, immediately) and imperative verbs (pick, turn, mix, rub, wash, lather). You can add your own illustrations if you wish to.

Maths

Complete the missing number problems in your maths booklet (page 2). Use the same strategies given yesterday to work solve the calculations.

History

Continue to read the text about the ‘Great Fire of London’ and answer the following questions (questions 4 & 5)

PE/Wellbeing – Watch the GoNoodle clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhfkYzUwYFk  or join in with Joe Wicks live on YouTube at 9am.

Then cool down to the GoNoodle clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTzXFPh6CPI

 

Dojo message Tuesday 24th March

From Mrs Blaker

Good Morning 2SB,

I hope you all had a fantastic day being ‘stay at home superheroes’ yesterday and had fun completing your home learning tasks. I hope you are set and ready for day 2 of your home learning.

Here are yesterday’s answers:

Comprehension

1)Soaring and swooping have a similar meaning to flying.

2)The word exhilarating means to feel happy.

Maths

4+6 = 10

14 + 6 = 20

24 + 6 = 30

7 + 6 = 13

27 + 6 = 33

3 + 3 + 4 + 4 = 14

5 + 5 + 6 + 6 = 22

7 + 7 + 8 + 8 = 30

8 + 8 + 9 + 9 = 34

History

1)The text is describing the Great Fire of London.

2)The Great Fire of London took place in 1666.

3)Jonny grabbed his diary before he left the house.

Please could you complete the following tasks for today (24.3.20) and the answers will be uploaded tomorrow.

Comprehension

Share the text ‘How to ride a dragon’ again and answer the retrieval questions (questions 3 – 5). The more your child reads the text the more fluent they will become.

An optional extra: Read a chosen book from https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ After reading, retell the story (write in your book).

 English

Using the prompts provided in the attachment, write a set of instructions on how to wash your hands.

Don’t forget to use time adverbials (first, next, after, then, finally, immediately) and imperative verbs (pick, turn, mix, rub, wash, lather). You can add your own illustrations if you wish to.

 Maths

Complete the missing number problems in your maths booklet (page 2). Use the same strategies given yesterday to  solve the calculations.

History

Continue to read the text about the ‘Great Fire of London’ and answer the following questions (questions 4 & 5)

PE/Wellbeing – Watch the GoNoodle clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhfkYzUwYFk  or join in with Joe Wicks live on YouTube at 9am.

Then cool down to the GoNoodle clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTzXFPh6CPI

Hope you all have a great day and I can’t wait to share some of the class book with you at 12:30 🙂 Some great predictions so far!

 

Dojo message Monday 23rd March

From Mrs Blaker

Morning all,

I hope your ‘stay at home superheroes’ have had a lovely weekend. I’m sure it will be very strange for them not attending school today. So, with this inconsideration we want to make it as normal for them as possible by setting them daily and weekly tasks. The children should have brought home a year 2 learning pack which will last them for 2 weeks. They will need to record their answers in the exercise book provided.

Please could your child complete the following tasks for today and the answers will be uploaded tomorrow.

Comprehension- Share the text ‘How to Ride a Dragon’ and answer the vocabulary questions (Questions 1-2) It is also good for your child to identify any unknown vocabulary and discuss the meaning.

Maths- Complete addition sums on page 1 within the maths revision booklet.  Children can use the following strategies to support them:

Counting on from the largest number.

English- Choose 5 spellings from the year 2 spelling list and construct 5 sentences.

there

their

they’re

these

which

when

couldn’t

can’t

don’t

I’ll

Thematic – To revise and consoldiate key facts about the Great Fire of London. Read the following text and asnwer Questions 1-3.

Wellbeing- Take part in cosmic yoga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAT5NiWHFIU

Or draw a picture of a rainbow and send to me via class dojo.

Message from Miss Fern

Good Morning,

I hope you are all doing well despite everything that is happening. In order to keep things as normal as possible for the children we have organised a few activities that they can do over the next few weeks. Everything you need should be in your child’s Year 2 learning booklet.

Comprehension

Share the text ‘How to ride a dragon’ and answer the vocabulary questions (questions 1 &2). It is also good for your child to identify any unknown vocabulary and to discuss the meanings.

Top Tip: Don’t forget to underline the key words in the question and the text!

English

For English this morning, choose 5 spellings from the year 2 spelling list and construct 5 sentences.

there

their

they’re

these

which

when

couldn’t

can’t

don’t

I’ll

 

Maths

Complete the page first page on addition in the maths section of the booklet. 

TOP TIP: Think about all the different strategies that we have used such as using a blank number line to count on, counting on using your fingers and drawing your dienes.

History

To revise and consolidate key facts about the Great Fire of London. Read the following text in the booklet and answer questions 1 – 3.

 

Good Morning,

I hope you are all doing well despite everything that is happening. In order to keep things as normal as possible for the children we have organised a few activities that they can do over the next few weeks. Everything you need should be in your child’s Year 2 learning booklet.

Comprehension

Share the text ‘How to ride a dragon’ and answer the vocabulary questions (questions 1 &2). It is also good for your child to identify any unknown vocabulary and to discuss the meanings.

Top Tip: Don’t forget to underline the key words in the question and the text!

English

For English this morning, choose 5 spellings from the year 2 spelling list and construct 5 sentences.

there

their

they’re

these

which

when

couldn’t

can’t

don’t

I’ll

Maths

Complete the page first page on addition in the maths section of the booklet.

TOP TIP: Think about all the different strategies that we have used such as using a blank number line to count on, counting on using your fingers and drawing your dienes.

History

To revise and consolidate key facts about the Great Fire of London. Read the following text in the booklet and answer questions 1 – 3.