For English, open the PDF above 'Rainbows, rainbows everywhere!'. You will be working through this booklet all week. Read the riddle and complete the first task which asks you to think about rainbows. Then read or listen to the explanation text about how rainbows are formed. After that complete the sticky note activity where you write down what you have learned about rainbows.
We are carrying on with our 30 days wild challenge. Today we are learning about crocodiles! I love the story of 'The enormous crocodile' by Roald Dahl. Listen to the story here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j6vIjpkyUU
Complete Day 3 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
In today's maths lesson we will be describing movement ... and turns! Watch this video, it will tell you how! https://vimeo.com/430109634
For English, open the PDF 'Rainbows, rainbows everywhere'. Today you need to scroll down to page 10. Use the websites to see if you can find features of an explanation text. Write down what you find using the sheet.
Complete Day 5 of the maths warm up PDF. Write the answers in your book.
Complete the four calculations test. Don't forget to let me know your results via Twitter!
For English, open the PDF 'Rainbows, rainbows everywhere'. Scroll down to page 16. Read the text or listen to an audio version here https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/why-rainbows/s-Ov4K1MVNQjn. Talk to some one about the rainbow and why they are important to some people. Then complete the activity using the sentence starters.
Next week is the last week of the school year. The last week of you being in Year 2! When you come back to school in September you will have a new teacher and a new classroom ... you'll be in Year 3! How exciting! It can be a bit scary too, right?
It's natural to feel excited and a bit worried about change and new things and it's good to have someone to share your worries with. Sharing our worries always makes things a lot less scary. Why not listen to this story about Jenny and her bag of worries? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QwEOSBjOt8. Did Jenny do the right thing when she didn't tell her mum, dad or teacher? What would you have done differently?
Complete this rainbow picture. Think about year 3... on the rainbow write everything that you're excited about and in the cloud, write down your worries. Is there an adult that you can talk to about these worries? A parent, a neighbour or a teacher? You'll have the chance to talk to your teacher about any worries that you have at the start of the new year.
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