Year 2 Home learning for Thursday 9th July – Weather and Seasons
|Subject focus||What we need to learn:||How we might learn it:|
|English||Reading||To discuss the sequence of texts I have read and how items of information are related.||
Read the ‘How to Build a Snowman’ instructions below. When you answer the questions, think carefully about the order of the instructions.
Answer the questions next to the text.
If you do not have a printer, write the answers straight into your workbook.
To make simple edits and revisions to my written work.
You should have finished your story by now. Today you are going to make a final copy of it. You can choose whether you rewrite it into ‘best’ and make it a real book with illustrations or you may like to type it up into a word document and add pictures. If you do this, send us an emailed copy of your work.
Remember to make simple changes and improvements to it as you write it up into your final copy.
|Maths||To interpret and answer questions about data from a block graph.||
1) A final pair of pyramids for you today. This time, they are a little bit bigger, so more of a challenge! The numbers are in different places. Can you complete them?
2) Use your bar graph to answer the questions below.
3) Have a look at Education City – Y2 – Maths – activities – 8 Statistics. There are some fun data and graph activities there. Enjoy!
To recall and identify different seasons and weathers.
To recall the months of the year.
First update your final day for the weather chart of Lagos and Portsmouth.
Watch this video which shows all the different seasons and weather that we experience in the United Kingdom.
Today we would like you to be creative and show us a way to represent the seasons in any way you would like. Here are some ideas to help you.
CH: Label each season and research which months go into which season.
Remember to email your child’s class teacher to let them know how you’ve got on. We’d love to see examples of what you’ve been up to.
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