St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School

Together we are growing in God's love

Todholes Road, Cleator Moor, Cumbria, CA25 5DG

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Year 2

Home learning

This work must be completed each day and you should bring in your completed work when you return to school.

Much of the literacy work is based on the book The King of Tiny things. On the first day you will need to read this book.

 

Day One

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Maths    

Subtract a one-digit number from a two digit number, crossing the tens

Please watch the video and then complete the activity.

Aut2.7.4 - Subtract a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number - crossing 10 on Vimeo 

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Art   Design your own minibeast

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Reading

Please read your reading book from school. Ask someone at home to ask you five questions about the book you have read. Can you answer all five correctly?

Day 2

Literacy

Grammar: Full stops and capital letters

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Maths

Subtract two digit numbers

Please watch the video and then complete the activity.

Aut2.8.3 - Subtract a 2-digit number from a 2-digit number - not crossing 10 on Vimeo

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Science: Use a key to classify

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Reading

Read your book again, or continue reading. As you are reading find some examples of adjectives and verbs. Remember that an adjective is a describing word and a verb is an action word. Write 5 examples of each in your book.

Day Three

Literacy

Grammar: exclamation marks and question sentences

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Maths

Subtract a two digit number from a two digit number, crossing the ten

Please watch the video and then complete the activity.

Aut2.8.4 - Subtract a 2-digit number from a 2-digit number - crossing 10 on Vimeo

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Reading comprehension: Microhabitats

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Our new living and learning statement is- Respectful of others and our differences, and to listen and discuss for deeper understanding. The parable linked to our living and learning statement is the story of Zaccheaus. Watch the video below and discuss;

What happened?

Why did Zaccheus climb the tree?

Why did Jesus help Zaccheus?

How can you be more respectful of others? What could you do to show this?

 Zaccheus meets Jesus - KS1 Religious Education - BBC Bitesize

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Day Four

Literacy

Writing: A letter to the King of Tiny Things

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Maths

Bonds to 100, tens and ones

Please watch the video and then complete the activity

Aut2.9.2 - Bonds to 100 (Tens and ones) on Vimeo

 

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Design Technology: Design a garden

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Reading

Use your phonics booklet and practice reading and spelling some of the words from it.

Day Five

Literacy

Spelling: Common exception words

The lists of common exception words are all in your phonic folder. 

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Maths

Add three 1-digit numbers

Please watch the video and then complete the activity.

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Today I would like you to have some fun outside. Choose one of the following tasks:

1.  Make your miniature garden  (the one you designed yesterday) You may need to make changes if you can't find the things you had on your design. I also understand there are limited plants at this time of the year, but you could make your own out of paper and coloured pens. Look at the document below to give you some ideas. 

2.  Make up an obstacle course in your garden out of things you can find lying around. Once you have done this, time yourself to see how quickly you can complete the course. Keep practicing and try and improve your time.

ENJOY YOUR TIME OUTSIDE IN THE FRESH AIR!

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THANK YOU FOR WORKING HARD WHILE YOU HAVE BEEN AT HOME.

EVERYONE IS LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU BACK AT SCHOOL.

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