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Tuesday 24th March 2020

Good morning 2S and your parents. 

I hope everything went well yesterday and that you managed to do the work that was set for you. I know it's not going to be easy doing our lessons like this but we just need to do our very best.


Remember that Joe Wicks is starting each day with a PE lesson live on YouTube at 9 o'clock. (I had great fun doing it with my girls, especially pretending to be a kangaroo!) In between activities, you could try some yoga, Supermovers activities or Go Noodle dances. All of the links are on the 'Activities to do Indoors' page. Just click the links.



Please do another of the pages in your Guided Reading Home Learning pack. They're all saved in the Reading folder with answers.


You can also read some of your Reading book too. Ask your parents to ask you questions about what you have read and make sure that you understand what the words mean.


David Walliams is reading a story live each day at 11 o'clock:




Start with a page from the Flashbacks. They're saved in the Maths Folder. You should be on Week 1 Day 2 today.


Here's another Powerpoint about Pictograms. Please discuss the answers with a parent or older sibling. One of the questions is about Big Cats to match our topic.

It's time for you to practice drawing pictograms now. Try out these activities. Remember if you haven't got a printer, just draw or write your answer on any paper.
Finish off with this set of problems:



This game includes the -er suffix as well as other rules that we have learnt this year.




Today we're learning more about Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores. We did look at this when we were learning about Pets so hopefully you will remember lots. 

This is a song that explains the difference between them and gives lots of examples.

Draw a Venn diagram like this one then add 5 animals in each section.  



Now do some research about some of your favourite animals to find out if they are herbivores, carnivores or omnivores and what they like to eat. You could present this in writing (remember your capital letters and fulls stops) or with lots of labelled pictures. It's up to you. 

Story Time


We have been learning all about fables. Here's a new one called 'The Fox and the Grapes'. You can listen to it and read along using the transcript, just like we did with 'The Boy Who Cried Wolf'.