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English Resources: The New 7 Wonders of the World (wb 23/11/20)

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This week we are continuing to write our non-chronological reports based on the Taj Mahal. The children are finishing off their drafts and then writing a final version of their report. If you’re at home it would be great if you could write a report based on a different new wonder of the world. Have a look at the powerpoint below to remind you of the features and help you structure your writing. Non-chronological-reportsDownloadWriting-FrameDownload

The Tunnel by Anthony Browne (wb 19.10.20)

Week 6: In English this week we will be editing our tunnel stories and looking at Reading Plus.

Week 5: Writing Week!

Click on the powerpoint below. We will be writing focusing on one part of our narratives each day this week. (12th-16th) – Writing-week-powerpoint-online-pdf_compressedDownload

Week 4:

Lesson 1 and 2: Word classes (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives and Adverbs)

Click on the links and watch the videos below. Have a go at the activities at the end of the pages. The Tunnel Word Classes WorksheetDownloadWhat-is-a-verb_-BBC-BitesizeWhat-are-adjectives_-BBC-BitesizeWhat-are-nouns_-BBC-BitesizeChallenge: What-is-an-adverb_-BBC-Bitesize

Lesson 3 and 4: Features of a narrative Narrative-writing (features explained)DownloadStory-mountain-features-of-a-narrativeDownload

Week 3:

Lesson 1: Rose is about to go into the tunnel! Can you think of amazing adjectives to describe the tunnel? Can you improve your vocabulary?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zy2r6ycVocabulary-mind-mapDownload

Lesson 2: Can you write a description about the tunnel?Powerpoint-the-tunnel-descriptionDownload

Lesson 3: Expanded Noun Phrasesabout:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to linkExpanded Noun Phrases (teaching powerpoint)Download

Lesson 4: ComprehensionComprehension-questionsDownloadThe-Tunnel-ebookDownload

Week 2: about:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to linkThe-Tunnel-ebookDownloadThe-Tunnel-Lesson-1DownloadThe-Tunnel-Lesson-2DownloadIntroduction-pictures (Lesson 2)DownloadThe-Tunnel-Lesson-3DownloadThe-Tunnel-Lesson-4Download

Week 1 (w/b: 14.9.20)
The Colour Monsterabout:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to linkLesson-1-My-emotions-monsterDownloadLesson-2 Wrting-about-how-to-be-calmDownloadLesson-3-Sort-the-monsters-feelingsDownloadLesson-4- When-I-have-felt-emotions.DownloadLesson-5-other-words-for-emotionsDownloadLesson-6-writing-the-new-emotionDownloadLesson-7-Colour-Monster-write-a-storyDownload

Maths Resources: (Updated wb: 23.11.20)about:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to linkColumn Addition worksheet- 1 star (easier), 2 star (medium) 3 star (harder)DownloadColumn Addition worksheet2- 1 star (easier), 2 star (medium) 3 star (harder)DownloadAdding-3-1-digit-numbers-powerpointDownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-2-Step-16-VF-Add-Three-1-Digit-NumbersDownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-2-Step-16-RPS-Add-Three-1-Digit-NumbersDownloadabout:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to link

Calculations: Think of your own too and use a number line to work out the answers.

Easier differences: 12 – 9 = 14 – 8 = 13 – 9 = 20 – 7 =

Medium / hard differences: 38 – 25= 46 – 23 = 56 – 32 = 67 – 49 =

Week 6: Reading and writing numbers to 100 in numerals and words / Place value word problemsMatching-cards-ppt-numerals-and-wordsDownloadPlace-Value-Word-Problems-EasierDownloadPlace-Value-Word-Problems-MediumDownloadPlace-Value-Word-Problems-HarderDownload

Week 5: Comparing numbersLesson 1: Comparing-numbers-year-2 powerpointDownloadMaths Mastery -Activity-Cards-Compare-NumbersDownloadMaths Mastery- Answers-Compare-NumbersDownloadLesson 2: Comparing-numbers-gameDownloadLesson 3 and 4: Year-2-Comparing-Numbers PPTDownloadYear-2-Autumn-VF-Comparing-NumbersDownloadYear-2-Autumn-RPS-Comparing-NumbersDownload

Week 4: Counting in 2s, 3s, 5s from 0 and 10s.

Lesson 1: Counting in 2s (The numbers in the 2 times table are all even. They always end in 2,4,6,8 or 0)Easier : Order number-cards-steps-of-2DownloadMedium: Missing-number-tracksDownloadHarder: Missing-number-tracksDownload

Lesson 2: Counting in 5s (The numbers in the 5 times table always end in 5 or 0)Easier: Order number-cards-steps-of-5DownloadMedium: Counting-in-5sDownloadHarder: Steps-of-5Download

Lesson 3: Counting in steps of 10 Order number-cards-steps-of-10Download

We will also look at adding in tens from any number, forwards and
backwards: Adding-10-powerpointDownloadAdding-10DownloadSubtracting-10-powerpointDownloadSubtracting-10Download

Lesson 4 and 5: Counting in 3s about:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to linkOrdering number-cards-steps-of-3Download

The 3 times tables can be tricky as there is no set rule to follow. However, here are some strategies to help your child learn how to count in 3s. Strategies-to-help-with-3sDownload

Week 3: Tens and Onesabout:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to link

Lesson 1: Partitioning 2 digit numbers using the Part Whole Model.Part Whole Model template Download

Lesson 2: Dienes-matching-cards- (Medium)DownloadDienes-matching-cards- (Higher)Download

Lesson 3:Year-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-3-PPT-Tens-and-Ones-1-1DownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-3-VF-Tens-and-Ones-1-1DownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-3-DP-Tens-and-Ones-1-1-1DownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-3-HW-EXT-Tens-and-Ones-1-1Download

Lesson 4:T2-M-1820-2-Digit-Complex-Partitioning-PowerPoint-1DownloadDifferent-ways to partition numbersDownload

Week 2: Representing numbersabout:blankYouTube URLPaste a link to the content you want to display on your site.EmbedLearn more about embeds(opens in a new tab)Sorry, this content could not be embedded.Try again Convert to link
Year-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-2-PPT-Representing-NumbersDownload

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/year-2-representing-numbers-lesson-slides/Year-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-2-VF-Representing-NumbersDownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-2-Challenge- Representing-NumbersDownload
Week 1:Counting objects to 100
Year-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-1-PPT-Count-Objects-to-100-2DownloadYear-2-Autumn-Block-1-Step-1-VF-Count-Objects-to-100Download

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