Hello Class Two!
I am missing you all lots and hope for you to be able to contact me this week, using my email firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear what you have been up to.
For your maths continue to use BBC BITESIZE HOME LEARNING. Select the year group you would like to have a go at and have a go at the maths lesson each day.
This week I would like you to:
- Write a letter to someone from Class Two. If you know their address then you can send it to them or wait and give it to them at school. You could even take a picture of it and send it to me and I can try to get it to them. Who knows, maybe they will write back!
2. Write a haiku poem
Here is a video all about what a haiku poem is. Watch the video to 2:00 to learn about how to create a haiku poem and then get going. Haikus are usually about nature, so get outside and start writing, following the 5, 7, 5 syllable rule.
Here is the link for the video
3. Reading Comprehension
On top for your 20 minute daily reading, I would like you to have a go at this reading comprehension task. Pick a task which suits your reading ability – they are differentiated (look for the stars) The more stars, the more complex the reading.
Handwriting and Spellings
Phase 6 – adding the suffixes -ing, -est, -ly, -ed, -ful, -ment, -ness, -en, -er
Have a go at adding the suffixes to the words below, remembering the rules.
What makes you proud to be a member of Class Two? What makes you proud about being a pupil at St Georges?
Human Organs Activity – Have a look at the third page first, learning about the different organs that make up our body. Then test yourself by trying to complete the task without looking as much as you can.
Learn about time zones and why time is different in different parts of the world.
This lesson includes:
one video explaining time zones and why time is different in different parts of the world
one video exploring the experiences of two children living on opposite sides of the world
two activities to build on the knowledge
Go on a bug hunt! What can you find?
Are there any others that are not on this checklist?
Why not research what bug you have found?
Have a lovely week and I will hopefully hear from you all soon!