Year 2 – Friday 24th April

Good Morning Year 2 

Shiver Me Timbers Year 2,

Can you believe that it is Friday already? Weekend Ahoy!!! You have been working so hard that it will soon be time for treat. Remember that today each class has their Zoom meetings and I’m sure you are as excited as we are about the prospect of all getting to see each other. All of your parents were sent the times and links at the beginning of the week so make sure you all check you’re ready to go. Remember an adult needs to give permission or a thumbs up at the beginning of the meeting before you can join us. Email us if you have any problems and we’ll do our best to sort them out. We’ll look forward to welcoming you aboard later. 

As you work today, make sure that you remember to take regular breaks and wash your hands frequently. It is important to try and build in some exercise where you can too. This could be a few simple stretches in-between activities or you could try Joe Wickes or Cosmic Kids for a longer more active break. Above all keep positive and keep going. You are all doing so well and we are incredibly proud of you all!

 

Pirate Clues!  Ahoy Me Hearties!

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Avast Ye! (Pay attention and check this out!) Map pieces 4 and 5 have been found!! Your super clue decoding led us to all look behind each curtain in our homes! It took a while as those pesky pirates hid the map pieces in the curtain lining! But- eventually- we found two! One in a curtain in Miss Tamblyn’s lounge and another in the kitchen curtain at Mrs Rosso’s house. 

You have now found 5 of the Map pieces and we are getting closer and closer to finding the treasure! Which is just as well, as we’ve heard that other pirates are searching for the treasure too! Make sure you use the link below to reveal our latest clue. We are saving up all of the map pieces and will give them to you when we have found them all next week. We will then be able to put the map together and find the treasure!

Yesterday was St.George’s Day. If you and your family would like to learn more there is a super worship all about it that you can find using this link: worship

We would love to hear from you and see your lovely work, so please do not hesitate to email us at year2@stmarksce.org.uk. Enjoy your day!

Many thanks,

Year 2 Team 

 

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Helpful Reminders

Don’t forget you can email us on year2@stmarksce.org.uk. We would love to hear from you if you have a question, need a password, need some help, want to show us your work or even just say hello! Please get your grown up’s permission before you email us. We look forward to hearing from you. We may not reply the same day!

Presentation – Please remember to do your very best work. Handwriting and presentation are as important at home as they are in school. You can complete your work in a book or if you need lined or squared paper you can get it here.

Note for parents: Hopefully your children will enjoy working through these activities and can do independently. We completely understand it may be difficult to complete all these tasks due to other family commitments or you are working from home, so please do not worry; complete what you can with your child. 

Additional Ongoing Daily Activities

Here are some additional activities for you to have a go at each day if you choose to. Please feel free to do as much or as little of these as you wish. We have added a handwriting booklet that you could work through very gradually, not in one go. You can either print the booklet, or do this onto paper of your own at home. We look forward to seeing how amazing your handwriting will be when we see your work. The Common Exception Words should also be learnt gradually, by selecting 2 or 3 words a week that you should aim to learn along side your weekly spellings.

  • 20 minutes of reading either a school book or a home book.
  • Practice your 2,5 and 10 times tables using TTRockstars, or a different method.
  • Practice your weekly spellings which will be provided below, and the Year 2 Common Exception Words.

Common Exception Words

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Year 2 Spelling wk 20th April

English

In English today, we will being grammar detectives. You will need to use your learning from the week to try and challenge yourself to answer the questions. Remember: ‘No Way through, isn’t true!’ Keep on going- you can do it!

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Use the password to access today’s Grammar Hammer resources: 

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Maths

Today in maths, we will be having a go at the Friday Maths Challenge!

This is a new resource that has been created by White Rose Maths in collaboration with the BBC Home Learning. It consists of a number of problem solving questions to be worked through. With this sort of question you need to read the question carefully and it will sometimes help to draw or visualise the problem. It is a good sort of question for challenging ourselves and getting us thinking. You may need to remember our learning behaviours and the ‘no way through, isn’t true!’ Keep going-You can do it! The answer will be released on Monday so you can then check and see how well you did. Best of luck!

Use the link below to find this and other questions:

Friday Maths Challenge

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Today’s extra activity is to have a go at this fun pirate game! Who will be the winner in your family? Once you’ve had a go, perhaps you could make your own pirate game, and stain it with tea to make it look really old!

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Link to the game: Pirate game

Video Resources

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Bye for now!

Year 2 – Thursday 23rd April

Good Morning Year 2 

Ahoy there Year 2,

How are you today? We hope you’ve had a good balanced breakfast and drunk your orange juice- we don’t want you getting scurvy (a common pirate illness due to lack of vitamin C)!  We hope you are enjoying all of our pirate activities and we are loving seeing all of your work and hearing all about your pirate fun! 

Pirate Clues!  Ahoy Me Hearties!

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You are still doing well with all of our pirate clues. Yesterday’s one got us busy hunting around our garden’s. Mrs Rosso eventually found it hidden by the large shrub near her shed! It certainly got us all active!  Make sure you check out today’s clue in our secret hiding place below. We really need to find all of the pieces of this map! We’ve heard other pirate crews are on the hunt for the treasure too!

We would love to hear from you and see your lovely work, so please do not hesitate to email us at year2@stmarksce.org.uk. Enjoy your day!

Many thanks,

Year 2 Team 

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Helpful Reminders

Don’t forget you can email us on year2@stmarksce.org.uk. We would love to hear from you if you have a question, need a password, need some help, want to show us your work or even just say hello! Please get your grown up’s permission before you email us. We look forward to hearing from you. We may not reply the same day!

Presentation – Please remember to do your very best work. Handwriting and presentation are as important at home as they are in school. You can complete your work in a book or if you need lined or squared paper you can get it here.

Note for parents: Hopefully your children will enjoy working through these activities and can do independently. We completely understand it may be difficult to complete all these tasks due to other family commitments or you are working from home, so please do not worry; complete what you can with your child. 

Additional Ongoing Daily Activities

Here are some additional activities for you to have a go at each day if you choose to. Please feel free to do as much or as little of these as you wish. We have added a handwriting booklet that you could work through very gradually, not in one go. You can either print the booklet, or do this onto paper of your own at home. We look forward to seeing how amazing your handwriting will be when we see your work. The Common Exception Words should also be learnt gradually, by selecting 2 or 3 words a week that you should aim to learn along side your weekly spellings.

  • 20 minutes of reading either a school book or a home book.
  • Practice your 2,5 and 10 times tables using TTRockstars, or a different method.
  • Practice your weekly spellings which will be provided below, and the Year 2 Common Exception Words.

Common Exception Words

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Year 2 Spelling wk 20th April

English

In English today, we will be planning and writing our pirate character description. You can do this across two days if you would prefer with one day of planning and one day of writing. Tomorrow’s task will be a grammar hammer task which can be done at another time if you’d prefer. 

In our character description we will be aiming to use all of the skills that we have been learning this week so try to use different sentence types, expanded noun phrases and similes to describe your character. It would be good to describe both your character’s appearance and their personality so aim to have two sections or paragraphs with at least 4 or 5 sentences in each. Challenge yourself and take a risk! You can do it!

You can write about one of the pirate characters in the pictures provided or you could draw and create your own. You could also use any pirate books or films that you have watched to give you ideas. We look forward to reading them. 

Maths

Today in maths, we will be continuing our unit on measure by exploring recognising and measuring metres. To explore this, it may first be useful to have a go at making your own metre stick. This will allow you to talk about the idea that a metre is bigger than a cm, because there are 100 cm’s in a metre. You could do this by measuring and sticking bits of cardboard together using a ruler and some tape, allowing your child to visually see how long a metre is. Perhaps you could then measure your child, and measure yourself to see how tall you both are in metres.

As with the other maths lessons shared, there is a video to help explore this concept, as well as an activity sheet to complete. You can then check your answers using the answer sheet provided. Please click on the first link below to access the White Rose page, before completing ‘Lesson 4’ in ‘Summer Term – Week 1’. Please email us if you have any questions regarding this. Good luck!

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Year 2 – Summer Lesson 4 – Measuring Metres

Year 2 – Summer Lesson 4 – Answer sheet

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Today’s extra activity is to have a go at making some pirate biscuits! Remember to use the ingredients you already have available to you at home, or pick the ingredients up when you do your essential weekly shop. Alternatively, you could cut some circles out of paper and decorate them with pirate faces using colouring pens.

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Follow this link to find out how to make these delicious biscuits: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBiJWoetqxc

An alternative activity is to create a Lego of junk model pirate ship using the ideas in the link below. 

Make your own pirate ship

Bye for now!

Year 2 – Wednesday 22nd April

Good Morning Year 2 

Ahoy there Year 2,

We hope you are well rested and are ready for another day of exciting learning. We loved seeing all of your amazing work yesterday. You are clearly enjoying all of our pirate activities and we are pleased that no one has needed to walk the plank yet!!! (Parent’s keep this in mind if your little pirates are not behaving themselves or getting on with their work!!)

Each day those cheeky pirates are hiding parts of the map in the Year 2 teacher’s houses. Can you solve the clues and tell us where to look? Look in the password protected video box below- we want to hide it from other pirate crews trying to find the treasure too! Send your answers to the email below. Tomorrow we will post the next part of the map that we have found to help us find the treasure. Below is Clue 3!  We will publish all of the clues at the end of our unit so that you can try to put the map together.

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We would love to hear from you and see your lovely work, so please do not hesitate to email us at year2@stmarksce.org.uk. Have a lovely day.

Many thanks,

Year 2 Team 

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Helpful Reminders

Don’t forget you can email us on year2@stmarksce.org.uk. We would love to hear from you if you have a question, need a password, need some help, want to show us your work or even just say hello! Please get your grown up’s permission before you email us. We look forward to hearing from you. We may not reply the same day!

Presentation – Please remember to do your very best work. Handwriting and presentation are as important at home as they are in school. You can complete your work in a book or if you need lined or squared paper you can get it here.

Note for parents: Hopefully your children will enjoy working through these activities and can do independently. We completely understand it may be difficult to complete all these tasks due to other family commitments or you are working from home, so please do not worry; complete what you can with your child. 

Additional Ongoing Daily Activities

Here are some additional activities for you to have a go at each day if you choose to. Please feel free to do as much or as little of these as you wish. We have added a handwriting booklet that you could work through very gradually, not in one go. You can either print the booklet, or do this onto paper of your own at home. We look forward to seeing how amazing your handwriting will be when we see your work. The Common Exception Words should also be learnt gradually, by selecting 2 or 3 words a week that you should aim to learn along side your weekly spellings.

  • 20 minutes of reading either a school book or a home book.
  • Practice your 2,5 and 10 times tables using TTRockstars, or a different method.
  • Practice your weekly spellings which will be provided below, and the Year 2 Common Exception Words.

Common Exception Words

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English

In English today, we will be learning about simile. A simile can be used to make description more vivid to capture the reader’s imagination (i.e. as brave as a lion). Later in the week, we will be able to use these within our character descriptions of a pirate. Have fun creating your own different simile. Remember the simile could be about any part of the pirate: hair, hat, sword, eyes, beard etc or how he moves, speaks or acts. Be creative!

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Here are some pictures of pirates to get you started with your similes: 

Pirate pictures

Maths

Today in maths, we are going to be starting a new topic on measuring lengths. Today’s activity focuses specifically on recognising what a centimetre is, and being able to accurately measure and draw lengths using a ruler. Perhaps you could engage your child in this new topic by first measuring some of their toys to find out how many cm’s they are using a ruler. If you don’t have a ruler at home, you can find an online version on the internet. Just ask an adult to do the search for you.  

As with the other maths lessons shared, there is a video to help explore this concept, as well as an activity sheet to complete. You can then check your answers using the answer sheet provided. Please click on the first link below to access the White Rose page, before completing ‘Lesson 3’ in ‘Summer Term – Week 1’. Please email us if you have any questions regarding this. Good luck!

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Year 2 – Summer Lesson 3- Measuring Length

Year 2 – Summer Lesson 3 – Answer Sheet

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Today’s extra activity is to create your very own pirate word search using the template attached below. To do this write each of the pirate words one letter at a time into the boxes. Then write random letters in the remaining boxes. To challenge people you could try and write words backwards or diagonally across the grid. Perhaps you can ask one of the people you are living with to see if they can find the words in your word search! Have fun!

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Follow this link: A Pirate Wordsearch

Video Resources

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Bye for now!

Year 2- Tuesday 21st April

Good Morning Year 2 

Ahoy Year 2,

How are you today? We hope you had a relaxing evening and a good sleep so that you are ready for today’s pirate adventure. Remember to build breaks into your day and to wash your hands regularly. If you can get out in the fresh air for a while as the weather is meant to be nice today. You could even set up your own pirate adventure in the garden and use the secret pirate code to make some of your own clues! Be creative and have fun!

As you are probably aware, the BBC have produced some activities to support online learning at home. We will continue to produce our own and will dip into these and the new government resources where appropriate. Feel free to use these too if you find them helpful. BBC Home learning

Yesterday, links were also sent out for our class Zoom meetings later in the week. If you haven’t received yours then please check spam email boxes and let us know if you can’t find it. We are really looking forward to seeing you all. 

Pirate Clues!  Ahoy Me Hearties!

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Our pirate crew were quick off the mark with the clues yesterday- Well done to Ellie, Josh, William and Elouise who were the first to email in their answers. Remember- not to email before 8.30am though as it’s important for pirates to get their rest and we don’t want you waking your Mums and Dads up too early! We were all busy hunting through our cupboards yesterday afternoon- a good excuse for a clear out too- but eventually Mrs Rosso found the first piece of the map in one of her kitchen cupboards. See the map piece above! It looks like we’re going to have to continue to work as a team to find all the rest of the clues. See the link below to find the next clue. Remember it is hidden as a video clue so that other pesky pirates don’t get their hands on it. There are no videos under the link and no story today but we will have a story tomorrow. 

We would love to hear from you and see your lovely work, so please do not hesitate to email us at year2@stmarksce.org.uk. Enjoy your day!

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Many thanks,

Year 2 Team 

 

To reveal today’s clue look in here: 

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Helpful Reminders

Don’t forget you can email us on year2@stmarksce.org.uk. We would love to hear from you if you have a question, need a password, need some help, want to show us your work or even just say hello! Please get your grown up’s permission before you email us. We look forward to hearing from you. We may not reply the same day!

Presentation – Please remember to do your very best work. Handwriting and presentation are as important at home as they are in school. You can complete your work in a book or if you need lined or squared paper you can get it here.

Note for parents: Hopefully your children will enjoy working through these activities and can do independently. We completely understand it may be difficult to complete all these tasks due to other family commitments or you are working from home, so please do not worry; complete what you can with your child. 

Additional Ongoing Daily Activities

Here are some additional activities for you to have a go at each day if you choose to. Please feel free to do as much or as little of these as you wish. We have added a handwriting booklet that you could work through very gradually, not in one go. You can either print the booklet, or do this onto paper of your own at home. We look forward to seeing how amazing your handwriting will be when we see your work. The Common Exception Words should also be learnt gradually, by selecting 2 or 3 words a week that you should aim to learn along side your weekly spellings.

  • 20 minutes of reading either a school book or a home book.
  • Practice your 2,5 and 10 times tables using TTRockstars, or a different method.
  • Practice your weekly spellings which will be provided below, and the Year 2 Common Exception Words.

Common Exception Words

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Year 2 Spelling wk 20th April

English

In English today, we will be writing a recipe for a pirate by considering all of the things that a pirate has or needs. To so this we will be using expanded noun phrases. These sound more complicated than they actually are. A noun phrase has a determiner (in year 2 we use a, an, the) and a noun (person, place or thing) i.e. a parrot, an octopus, the ship. An expanded noun phrase is the same but it contains an adjective or adjectives to add more description and tell us about the noun: a colourful parrot, an enormous octopus, the old, pirate ship. 

You may like to practise writing noun phrases and expanded noun phrases first and then have a go at writing these in command sentences starting with an imperative(bossy) verb to write your recipe. We look forward to seeing your recipes. Make sure you include all of the ingredients to make your pirate really nasty and disgusting!

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Useful resources: 

This contains some imperative verbs, adjectives and vocabulary that you could use: 

Recipe for a Pirate Word Mat

There are some useful video clips on the BBC Home learning website to further explain expanded noun phrases. These are geared at higher year groups so contain different determiners (or articles) but are shown in short video clips that may be useful. In year 2, we keep it simple by using a, an and the as determiners. 

BBC Expanded Noun Phrases

 

Maths

Today in maths, we will be finishing our unit on fractions. We will be counting in fractions today which can be a tricky concept for children. Using some concrete resources may be helpful in helping your children to understand. 

As with the other maths lessons shared, there is a video to help explore this concept, as well as an activity sheet to complete. You can then check your answers using the answer sheet provided. Please click on the first link below to access the White Rose page, before completing ‘Lesson 2’ in ‘Summer Term – Week 1’. Please email us if you have any questions regarding this. We know some people experienced problems with the videos yesterday. We are hoping this won’t be a problem today. We think it was just due to the demand of many people using the website at the same time. Afternoons can be quieter so this is another time to try if you do experience difficulties.

If your child loves maths and would like to complete a further math challenge then you can find a daily math challenge on our website: https://www.stmarksprimary.net/maths/

Good luck!

White Rose Maths Sum 1 Week 1

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Today’s extra activity is to make your own treasure map. Pirates need maps to help them find treasure. Can you use the co-ordinates on a map to solve the puzzle and answer the questions? 

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Can you create your own treasure map for pirates to use? I wonder what treasure you will find? 

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Pirate Treasure Map

 

 

 

Bye for now!

Year 2 – Monday 20th April

Good Morning Year 2 

We hope you are all really well and have enjoyed a restful Easter holiday. What was your favourite part of the holiday? Maybe it was spending time with your family, enjoying the sunshine, or eating some chocolate. We hope you are rested and ready for another day of learning. Today we are going to be starting an exciting new topic, and we think you will enjoy this one! Read on through the post to find out what it is! 

Remember to take regular breaks, get some exercise, and wash your hands carefully.

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Firstly, Thank you. We know that completing school work at home can be challenging for both children and parents and we appreciate all of the effort you have all made with this so far. You have all been amazing and the majority of responses we have received has been overwhelmingly positive. We’ve loved seeing all of your work too! Whilst we think it is important to keep some elements of school work ticking over, to keep some form of routine for you at home, and to keep skills continuing and developing for our children, we recognise that everyone’s circumstances are different and that life at the moment is extremely challenging. With this in mind, please complete as much as you can, but remember there are no expectations, so do not put yourselves under any unnecessary pressure- you can approach this work as flexibly as you like and adapt what you do as much as you need. Your’s and your children’s well being is far more important to us. To help make the expectation more manageable for all, we are now putting two main learning activities on each day with a smaller third craft or similar short activity. We anticipate this taking an hour to an hour and a half each day. This can be completed in smaller sessions across the day as needed. We hope this is helpful but please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any queries or concerns. 

Pirate Treasure!

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At the bottom of this section, hidden as a video, you will need to use our usual password to unlock the first of our pirate clues and our secret pirate code. Pesky Pirates have hidden parts of the treasure map in each of the teacher’s houses. You will need to use the secret pirate code to unscramble the message about where each part of the map is and then can send us your answers. Then Year 2 teachers will check in their houses to try and find the parts of the map. We will have to use our teamwork for this and hopefully by the end of our unit we will be able to put the map together and find the treasure! Good Luck Me Hearties!

We would also love to hear from you all and see your lovely work. You can contact us on: year2@stmarksce.org.uk. Feel free to contact us if you need the password too! Have a lovely day.

Many thanks,

Year 2 Team 

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Helpful Reminders

Don’t forget you can email us on year2@stmarksce.org.uk. We would love to hear from you if you have a question, need a password, need some help, want to show us your work or even just say hello! Please get your grown up’s permission before you email us. We look forward to hearing from you. We may not reply the same day!

Presentation – Please remember to do your very best work. Handwriting and presentation are as important at home as they are in school. You can complete your work in a book or if you need lined or squared paper you can get it here.

Note for parents: Hopefully your children will enjoy working through these activities and can do independently. We completely understand it may be difficult to complete all these tasks due to other family commitments or you are working from home, so please do not worry; complete what you can with your child. 

Additional Ongoing Daily Activities – (to be completed instead of or as well as other tasks as needed)

Here are some additional activities for you to have a go at each day if you choose to. Please feel free to do as much or as little of these as you wish. We have added a handwriting booklet that you could work through very gradually, not in one go. You can either print the booklet, or do this onto paper of your own at home. We look forward to seeing how amazing your handwriting will be when we see your work. The Common Exception Words should also be learnt gradually, by selecting 2 or 3 words a week that you should aim to learn along side your weekly spellings.

  • 20 minutes of reading either a school book or a home book.
  • Practice your 2,5 and 10 times tables using TTRockstars, or a different method.
  • Practice your weekly spellings which will be provided below, and the Year 2 Common Exception Words.

Common Exception Words

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English

In English, over the next few weeks, we will be basing our learning around Pirates, and learning about different techniques that we can use to add description to engage the reader. Over this week, on each day,  we will be thinking about how we can use: 1) different sentence types, 2) expanded noun phrases and 3) simile; to describe characters. Towards the end of the week, on Thursday, we will show off all of these skills to write our own character descriptions of a pirate. On Friday, we will have our weekly grammar hammer activity. Next week, we will develop our skills as adventure story writers so that we can write our own pirate adventure story. In your spare time, you may like to read any pirate story books you have and watch any pirate films such as Disney’s Peter Pan to begin to develop your ideas. 

For today, we are going to begin by using the super story ‘The Night Pirates’ by Peter Harris and Deborah Allwright. 

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We are going to write a blurb for the book using the four different sentence types: statements, questions, exclamations and commands. Blurbs are usually put on the back cover of books, to give a brief summary of the story, and to tempt you to buy and read the book. You may want to look at the back cover of books you have at home to help develop your ideas. Blurbs are usually quite short and can be achieved in 3 or 4 well chosen sentences. 

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The blurb that you write could be written by hand or typed and you may like to draw a picture with it and/or use bubble writing. 

These are resources that you may find helpful: 

The Night Pirates story

Examples of blurbs

pirate word mat

Maths

Today in Maths, we are going to be continuing our work on fractions using the White Rose Maths resources. Today’s lesson with explore finding three quarters of an amount.

As suggested previously, the use of concrete resources to model this concept will really help your child to get to grips with quite a challenging concept. You could do this by collecting some toys or sweets (or anything else you may have in your home), before splitting the whole amount into 4 equal groups. Perhaps you could put an extra toy in one group to make the groups unequal and ask your child to spot your mistake. You can then count how many toys are in 3 of the 4 groups to find three quarters.

As with the other Maths lessons shared, there is a video to help explore this concept, as well as an activity sheet to complete. You can then check your answers using the answer sheet provided. Please click on the first link below to access the White Rose page, before completing ‘Lesson 1’ in ‘Summer Term – Week 1’. Please email us if you have any questions regarding this. Good luck!

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Year 2 – Summer Lesson 1 – Finding three quarters

Year 2 – Summer Lesson 1 – Answer Sheet

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Today’s additional activity is to have a go at making your very own parrot! A pirate’s favourite companion is a parrot, so perhaps you can follow the guide attached to help you make a parrot out of paper. Remember to ask an adult to help you with the cutting. 

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parrot picture

As a bed time story tonight, why not have another listen to this super story about pirates!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mdWxBn-xvrQ

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Video Resources

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Bye for now!

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