Good Morning Year 2
Today is Wednesday 30th April, 2020. I would love for you to send in some more pictures of what you are doing. Remember, I will post them on our class page. Did anyone find out what an idiom is? Can you think of any of your own idioms?
I looked at my plants in the garden this morning and they have GROWN! Do you remember the story of Jack and the Beanstalk? I am SURE that some of the beans are growing higher than they should. Today we will continue to learn about plants and the different parts of the plants. I wonder if you can find any plants in your house or if you can see any out of your window. Can you identify the different parts?
Joke of the Day!
Why didn't the skeleton go to the dance?
He had no body to dance with.
Start the day at 9am with PE with JOE
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 - Four operations with length
1. Listen to the video and answer the questions.
2. Get the Activity. Complete the questions.
3. Check your answers. Did you get it right?
Activity 2 - English
1. Watch the story of Manfish again - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGi2BkgPfDc&t=499s%2C
Now read and answer the questions in Question Booklet Day 3.
2. Do you remember the two types of apostrophes? Possession and contraction. If you forget - look at these BBC Bitesize videos.
Read The Cowboy and underline the apostrophes.
3. Read Beneath the Waves. 1. Find the adjectives. 2. Write your own description of the sea.
Challenge: can you find apostrophes in your home? Have a look in newspapers, magazines, books, leaflets, food boxes. What type of apostrophe is it?
Activity 3 - Science
1. Watch this video about the different parts of a plant.
2. In your books, draw your own plant and label the different parts.
3. Now write what each part of the plant does. Watch the video again if you need to or look at the worksheet below for help. For example:
The roots keep the plant in the ground and absorb water.