P2c Learning together at home 26.3.20

Quick links

P2c Learning together at home – a printable version of today’s post

Spelling City P2 page

Sumdog

(if any pupil did not receive their sumdog login details, please contact me and I can email it to you)

Free audiobooks for children

 Mrs Imrie’s blog page

Daily PE on youtube

Daily Live Events

 

Literacy

Spelling

Your child knows which block of tricky words they are working on – all blocks were handed out in the packs  and they are also uploaded to our spelling city webpage.

Challenge:

  • Choose any word you find interesting, it could be a word from a book you have read, a programme you watch, or even the name of your favourite football team or sport. Try to spell it on your whiteboard, then ask an adult to check it for you and help you find out the correct spelling. ( some examples – gymnastics, Quidditch, diamond, minecraft )

 

Writing/Handwriting

We are learning to use question marks and ask questions using question words

Write 5 questions in your jotter starting with each of the following question words.

  1. Who…… ?
  2. What…..?
  3. When…..?
  4. Where…..?
  5. Why…..?

( you don’t have to know the answers)

Star steps….

  • Neat handwriting
  • finger spaces
  • careful spelling
  • a question mark at the end of each sentence.

Letter and number of the day…

 

Write these on your whiteboard or in your jotter. Ask an adult to check that you form them correctly. ( challenge – try cursive)  If it is tricky for you, keep practising until you can do it easily.

Reading

Summarise the book you read yesterday ( tell an adult what happened in the story).

Read it again and check how accurately you had remembered.

Use the questions from your Reading Rocket Bookmark to discuss what you have read with an adult. Start with the RED (recall) section.

 

Numeracy and Maths

Hopefully everyone ha now received their sumdog logins. Let me know if not.

Keep an eye out on the sumdog site for some challenges.

There is a subtraction one on there for you today – an opportunity to earn some ‘coins’

The Backwards challenge.

Count backwards in different ways. Here are some suggestions. Create your own way of counting back.

  • count back from 20 in 1s/2s or 5s
  • count back from 100 in 1s/2s/5s or tens
  • count back from 1000 in 100s

 

 

Interdisciplinary learning / skills development

Keep practising with those shoelaces ! If you have already mastered the art of tying your laces, perhaps you could teach someone else.

Can you make your bed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday ?

 

Some fun Ideas