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Thursday 4th June 2020

Good morning 2S,


How are you feeling today?

Yesterday the weather was cooler and raining a little, but I suppose it made a change! Your weather diaries from during the holidays must have been SUN, SUN, SUN for most of the week! Fingers crossed that the sun comes back soon, though!


Here are today's tasks, starting with the Joe Wicks work out, of course.



Here's a video to watch. It's a song all about the days in each month:

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Your parents might recognise this traditional rhyme about the months of the year. Use the rhyme to answer the questions.

The task is from page 3 and the answers are on page 4.

Now get a fresh piece of paper and write out the months of the year in order.

Remember to start each month with a capital letter. 


Can you remember what your 5 senses are from when we did our Marvellous Me topic?


When poets are thinking of ideas from their poems, they often think about their senses. Today’s tasks will have you doing the same. Use the word bank to help you think of things you can see, hear, feel, smell and taste in Spring. 


Now use your ideas to write a Spring sensory poem. You will need a pair of rhyming couplets for each of the senses.


Here’s my idea for the first pair of lines:


Spring looks like baby goslings being born,

Then waddling around searching for grass and corn.


You can use this sheet or write it out yourself on your own paper.



Here's today's Flashback:

Year 2 - Week 6 - Lesson 4 - Odd and even numbers

This is "Year 2 - Week 6 - Lesson 4 - Odd and even numbers" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Here are today's worksheets:


I hope you are enjoying the story as much as I am so far. Let’s look at the next part of the story and see if your predictions were correct. You can listen to the story from the beginning again if you like. Stop listening at 4.28. 

You can pause the story at any time to answer the questions. There is a word search to complete at the end, as well as an activity to design your own planet!

The Smeds and The Smoos

Mr Donnelly reads the Smeds and the Smoos

Here are your tasks:


We are going to look at the weather throughout each season. Look through this PowerPoint and discuss what you can see. Which months are in each season? Which is your favourite season? Why? Can you compare the seasons?

Linking to our senses work, think about what you can see, smell, hear, feel and taste in each season. Can you draw a picture of these things in each month?

Here's a story to round off your day!

Snappsy The Alligator (Did Not Ask to Be in This Book) read by David Harbour

Snappsy the alligator is having a normal day when a pesky narrator steps in to spice up the story. Is Snappsy reading a book ... or is he making CRAFTY plans...

I hope you've had a great day!

Love from

Mrs Stansfield xxx