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Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Good morning 2S,

 

Thank you to everyone who has replied to my email. If you haven't, could you please let me know if you are all okay or if I can help you with anything.

 

It's 20 years today since Mark and I got married and that got me thinking about how time flies. It may seem like time is going slowly at the minute whilst we can't be together at school, but I know that we'll look back on this time and realise that it was just a short time in our lives.

I thought you might like to see some photos of our wedding. The first two are in the church.The last one will probably make you giggle! Click on the pause/play button to start the little slideshow.

Now for today's work:

Spellings

Let's have another look at this week's spellings:

 

 

 

All of this week's spellings are nouns or naming words.

Work through this PowerPoint:

English

 

Bob has written to you:

Here's the book all about Bob:

Maths

Please start with a page from the Flashbacks to check you can still remember how to do things from a while ago. They are in the Maths folder. You should be on Week 3 day 3. Press the Play button on the PowerPoint so that the answers are only revealed when you click for them.

Yesterday you learnt all about o'clock and half past. You can now play games 2 and 3 on here:

Please work through this PowerPoint to learn about quarter past and quarter to:

Page 2 in your Learn at Home Time booklet has quarter past and quarter to separate. Page 3 has o'clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to all mixed up.

You took this booklet home with you, but here it is in case you need it again.

Finish off with today's Problems of the Day:

Here's the answers to yesterday's GUIDED READING questions:

Reread the text. Is your reading getting more fluent? Are you reading with super expression?

Here's some SPAG work to do - Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar:

Topic

Did you guess what today's topic task was going to be?

 

Yes, I'd like you to design and make a rocket!

 

You could make one that will fit in the palm of your hand or one that is as long as your arm. If you're really up for a challenge, you could make a fancy dress outfit and transform yourself into a space rocket!

 

What will you use for the body tube?

How will you give your space rocket a nose?

What will you create the fins from?

How will you make it look as if there are flames coming from the exhaust?

 

Have a good look around at home. Check out the recycling - that's always a great place to look for things for projects like this.

First, complete a design sheet. You will need to do a labelled drawing. Name the parts and show what they will be made from. Also give details of how you will attach the parts together.

You might want to give sizes too. 

 

Now it's time to make your rocket. Have fun!

Would you like to choose another activity linked to Ramadan?

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