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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 learning how to use exclamation marks in sentences.

There are 3 activities, you can choose to do as much or as little as you would like.

 

Activity 1: Let's exclaim

Use the interactive activity on today's website page to see if you can highlight where the exclamation marks should go.

 

Activity 2: Let's use exclamation marks.

Take a look at the sentences below and mark whether they use exclamation marks correctly or incorrectly.

  • Do you know if the train has left yet!
  • Wait! I'm on my way.
  • I wonder if she has left yet!
  • How amazing was that!
  • Which park did you want to go to!
  • Hey! Do not feed the ducks.

 

Activity 3: Creating a poster

Watch the short video about ponds. Then create a poster explaining how to be safe at a pond.

 

Make sure you include text in your poster and use exclamation marks. 

Try to:

  • make the poster eye catching with big text headings
  • use exclamation marks in your sentences
  • illustrate your poster with nice drawings

Maths

Watch the video about number bonds to 100 using tens and ones Week 4 lesson 4 on www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/ 

or also www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/znmpf4j

 

Then try the activities on BBC Bitesize www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year-2-and-p3-lessons/1

 

Have a go at these different worksheets and then try playing the addition and subtraction level of Karate Cats Maths - Can you collect a cool new costume for your cats?

 

Wider Curriculum (Design and technology)

 

Today's learning is taken from BBC Bitesize. The focus is learning about the basics of designing and modelling. There are some interesting videos to watch and 2 fun activities to try.

 

Make sure you watch the videos first. Then have a go at one or more of these activities.

 

Activity 1

Try to design and make a 3D model of your bedroom.

Start by writing a list of all the items that need to go in your room, then work out what size the room needs to be to fit everything in.

Once you have planned the size of the bedroom, try to make simple models of key items, such as the bed and any storage spaces, in the correct size for the room.

You will need a pencil, paper or card and any other materials you can find around the house.

 

Activity 2

See how many different materials you can find around your house. Each time you find a new material, take a note of its properties in the table.

Some questions to start with include:

  • Is it smooth or soft or rough?
  • Is it strong or flexible or both?
  • Does it stretch?
  • What colour is it?
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