# Spring 2

Things to do during the Easter break

Well done everyone for getting through the week and looking after each other. There will not be daily class blogs for a couple of weeks until we reach Summer term 1.

However, here are some splendid things you could do:

Scouts indoor activities with Bear Grylls:

https://www.scouts.org.uk/the-great-indoors/

A wonderful pirate geography game!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvsd8xs/articles/z6vyf4j

Maths Factor: https://www.themathsfactor.com/

20 fun things to do inside!:

https://www.toucanbox.com/activities/fun-things-to-do-at-home-with-your-kids

Myleen Klass's Music lessons:

Harry Potter Cosmic Yoga!

Cooking with Jamie Oliver: https://www.jamieoliver.com/features/category/get-kids-cooking/

Coding!:

https://studio.code.org/s/course1/stage/7/puzzle

Fun games on Cbbc: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/games

Friday 27.3.20

Hello y2s! I hope you are having a good morning and are ready for my time activities. Today we will follow on from Miss Robinson's time lesson by revising o'clock, half past and quarters but also look at anytime within 5 minutes in digital form. Please have a look at the link below and sorry about the image but my ceiling lights had just all stopped working!

Now please play these 2 super time games:

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teaching-clock

After that, please plan your own timetable for the day using pictures and mark what time you will do these.

## Finally,over the next 2 weeks, please make your own dienes blocks or numicon in preparation for next term's maths (summer 1). They could be made from lego, cardboard, paper, stone or anything else which will resemble tens and ones!

Maths - Thursday 26.3.20

Today and tomorrow we'll be revisiting telling the time. Have a look at this video to recap telling the time to o'clock, half past and quarter past/to.

Then you will need to make your own teaching clock! Have a look at this to see how I made mine:

If you have a patio and some chalk, you could also get outside and draw a clock onto your patio - have a look here for an example of this:

https://www.coffeecupsandcrayons.com/telling-time-activity-kids/

Level 1: 5 o'clock, 2 o'clock, 9 o'clock, 11 o'clock, half past 3, half past 2, half past 4, half past 7, quarter past 6, quarter past 12.

Level 2: All of the above PLUS - quarter past 5, quarter past 9, quarter to 1, quarter to 4, quarter to 9, quarter to 8, quarter to 12, quarter to 10.

Here is a fun spelling and punctuation activity to do either today or another time. Also it links quite well with our Japanese theme. Go for it Karate Cats!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zd63xyc/articles/zdp4pg8

## Key year 2 words to learn and practise (You could practise a few words a day and get someone to write them on paper, hide them and then you need to find the one called out!)

Wednesday 25/3/20

Good morning Gruffallos and Stormwhales! Today we are going shopping! Please watch this short clip below:

Then you have 2 choices. You can try Activity A or B. Finally, make your own super store with things around the home, give them prices and show your adults what excellent mathematicians you are!

## Activity B: Step by step

Maths - 24.3.20

Hello Y2s! We are carrying on with addition today. There are 3 levels and these get progressively harder so please choose which level you'd like to start with.

Level 1 doesn't use a written method - please put the biggest number in your head and count on with your fingers or use this hundred square (please see attached.)

For level 2 and 3 please use the written method (partitioning). I have filmed a video to remind you how to do this! Please show your parents so they can help you with it! Good luck!

https://www.youtube.com/results?sp=mAEB&search_query=go+noodle - 'Go Noodle' - these are simple dance videos you can follow with fun lyrics and actions

## 23.3.20. Maths Work. Hi lovely Walkley people. I hope you are all helping your adults and looking after each other. Here is some maths for you to do on Monday. You will need your map reading and adding skills.We have done a very similar activity so hopefully you will remember it. You can try Activity 1 or 2 and then make your own map! Please look at the photos where I have shown you how to use written methods, Best wishes from Mr Malcolm!

For those of you at home, here is the link for the learning log.

Also to keep up to date with school news and policies please go to this part of the blog:

https://www.walkley.sheffield.sch.uk/stream/news/full/1/-//

Here is a wonderful science website from New Zealand. Get researching Gruffalos!

http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities.html

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