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Wednesday 20th May

Good Morning Year 2

Challenge:  Listen to the audio of me reading the morning message.  Can you read along as I speak?

Miss Writer's Morning Message

Today is Wednesday 20th May, 2020. I hope you had a lovely day yesterday.  Did you have a look at Miss Hume's music lessons?  They are really fun. 


Yesterday afternoon, I took a walk around the lake near my house and saw some little ducklings.  I'm not sure what they were but most definitely either coots or moorhens.  I always confuse them but one had a red blob and the other a white blob on their head.  I'll take a picture for you next time.


Next week is the half term holiday and I won't be setting you daily activities so today I have set you a research project in science.  You are going to be researching, planning and writing your own fact file on trees.  You could write this in a report style - like we did with the wolf report - OR, you could make a little information book by folding up an A4 piece of paper and have a cover page, index, page numbers.  That could be really fun.   



Fact of the Day!

Human teeth are as strong as shark teeth! 




Start the day at 9am with PE with JOE





Morning Prayer

Father in heaven You love me. 

You are with me night and day.

I want to love You always,

In all I do and say.

I'll try to please You Father.

Bless me through the day.






Your tasks today:

Activity 1 - Maths


Go to Lesson 3 - The 2 times-table

1.  Listen to the video and answer the questions.

2. Answer the questions sheet below.

3.  Check your answers.  Did you get it right?

Activity 2 - English

1. Looking at noun phrases 

If possible, open the lesson Noun Phrases 1 below.

  • Read through it, revising nouns, adjectives and adverbs. 
  • See if you can tell someone what a noun, an adjective and an adverb are. If you get muddled, re-read the slides until you are clear. 
  • If you cannot open a PowerPoint, look at Revise Noun Phrases.
Now read the Question Booklet for Day 3.

2. Locating nouns, adjectives and adverbs. 

Read the story of The Girl Who Cried... Monster! 

  • Use one colour to highlight 10 of the nouns in the story. 
  • Use a second colour to highlight 10 of the adjectives. 
  • Use a third colour to highlight 5 of the adverbs. 


3. Descriptive writing 

Now read and enjoy the story, In Every Corner

  • Pick one of the monsters you really like the look of. 
  • Copy it onto Monster! 
  • Write a descriptive paragraph about your monster using adverbs and adjectives to describe nouns (...extremely long, greasy hair; ...very sharp white teeth). 
  • Do the same things for another monster if you have time. 


Challenge:  Think of the best monster hiding places in your house. On The Best Monster Hiding Places in MY House, list them, describe each and say why they would be so good. 

Activity 3 - Music Break

Go to Ms Hume's Music Page and have fun joining in with her latest music session at the very bottom of the page:

Activity 4 - Science

Over the next week, you are going to plan and write a non-chronological report on trees.  We are going to put together all of the information we have learnt into one information text.  Do you remember the report we planned and wrote on wolves?  The tree report will be written in just the same way.


This project will take you all of the half term so take your time. 


1.  Read through the lesson on non-chronological reports.

2.  Start your research.

  • Start your research on trees.  Remember to take notes.  You can go back to some of our last lessons too. - all about trees - all about trees - interesting facts - interesting facts

3. Start your planning.

  • Plan your title and sub-headings.  Use the spider-gram.
  • Are there any key words you would like to make sure you use?  Write a list of 10 words you would like to use.

4. Write your report: 

  • Title, Introduction, Sub-headings, Interesting facts
  • Write your introduction.
  • Write your report.
  • Add a diagram of a tree and label it.


Crown, roots, branches, trunk, leaves, bark




  • Add some pictures of other trees and their leaves.  You could draw these or could also print them and stick the in your report.
  • Add some interesting facts about trees.