Wednesday 3rd June 2020
Good morning 2S,
As you may have noticed on the front page, there has been some re-organisation of the class folders. I will be continuing to put work in the 2S folder for now.
Here is today's work, starting with a Joe Wicks workout:
(I'm really missing doing these now that I'm back at school. Hopefully, I'm much stronger and fitter now after 10 weeks of his workouts!)
Practise writing out the months of the year. You can use this task to practice your joined up handwriting or to practice your fancy lettering skills.
Today you are going to read three more poems about spring, two of which can be sung to well-known tunes.
Think about which is your favourite.
My favourite poem is __________________________________. I chose this one because _____________________________________________
I would now like you to write out one of these poems (or you could choose from the poems that we have done on Monday or Tuesday) in your best handwriting. You could then perhaps give it or send it to someone in your family to cheer them up. You might even like to make it into a card.
Here is a border if you would like to use it, or you could make your own with little pictures that match your poem.
Here'e today's Flashback:
Can you try out some grouping for yourself?
Use your toys or food from the kitchen. Can you put it in groups for members of your family or for your teddies?
Here are today's worksheets. If you can't print them just write the answers down.
Here are 6 problems for today:
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 3.19. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKjjFh7dQsg
You can pause the story at any time to answer the questions. There is also a fun puzzle to complete at the end!
Today we are going to do some Art work. We are going to create a picture of Castle Hill during a specific season. Remember, we have already created a painting of Castle Hill in school when we had a visit from local artist, Roger Davies.
Have a look at these photographs of Castle Hill. Which season does each picture represent? How do you know? What can you see? How does the picture make you feel?
Your task is to create a picture of Castle Hill during your chosen season. You can use any plain paper. Focus on sketching the outline of the Castle, then carefully add the detail. You can colour your picture using coloured pencils, felt tips, paint, crayons or any resources you have. It would be lovely to see a photo of your completed creation!
I hope you've had a great day!
Mrs Stansfield xxx