This week we will be following the BBC Bitesize daily lessons on www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year-2-and-p3-lessons/1
Today's focus is understanding that some words sound the same but have different meanings.
There are 3 activities, you can choose to do as much or as little as you would like.
Start by watching the video explaining what homophones are.
Activity 1: Identifying homophones
Play the Homophones mini game on Small Town Superheroes. Use the yellow arrows to navigate to the 'Steve' section to find the 'Homophones' game.
Activity 2: Let's find homophones
Homophones are everywhere!
Make a list of all the homophones you can think of.
If you're struggling to think of some, you could always look through some of your favourite books at home and see how many you can spot.
Here are some to start your list off:
Activity 3: Let's write some sentences
Watch the short video that introduces you to the story Nelly the Monster Sitter by Kes Gray.
What did you think about Nelly the Monster Sitter ?
Using the following sentence starters, write your opinion of the story. Try and include lots off detail about what happened and what you thought of it.
Once you're finished, circle all the times you've used homophones.
Today's focus is revisiting how to write multiplication sentences using the multiplication (x) symbol and how it relates to repeated addition and is from BBC Bitesize on www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhchscw
Start by watching the video to remind yourself of multiplication and how to write repeated addition sentences.
Activity 1: Practise
Practise writing repeated addition and multiplication number sentences with this activity. It contains four tasks about using arrays.
Activity 2: Karate cat
Play the multiplication and division level of Karate Cats Maths - can you collect a cool new costume for your cats?
Wider curriculum (History)
Today's lesson is from BBC Bitesize and you will learn all about the life and achievements of Rosa Parks.
Start by watching the two videos all about her life on www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdw26v4
Activity 1: Asking questions about the past
A great way to learn about the past is to ask questions.
Think of some questions you would like to ask about Rosa Parks and keep them to use in activity 2.
Activity 2: True stories
Watch the next video that shows an actor playing Rosa Parks talking about her life.
Are you able to answer any of your questions from activity 1?
Activity 3: Put the events in order.
Play the interactive game and try to put the cards in the right order.