Keywords and examples are presented on the screen to support pupils writing in this genre. This clip is from the series Literacy Text Types: The Facts About Non-Fiction. Teacher Notes. Key Stage 1.
Watch this short clip to see. I really want to grow my own yummy veggies this year! Activity 3. Now, write one paragraph (at least six sentences) about the same topic. This time write formally.
Year 1 Homework WC 22.06.20. Each lesson has a short video clip to watch to assist with teaching and learning the concept, then an activity sheet to complete. Remember these do not need to be printed as the answers can just be written into the maths books we have provided. An answer sheet is also provided so you can mark the work together. Lesson-1-Unit-fractions-2019. Lesson-2-Non-unit.
You will also find the supporting Year 2 maths worksheets in the attachments. This week we have planned some literacy sessions around a 'Seaside' theme, that the key worker children will be using in school. We have also shared them on our class page (see below), for children at home to work on. Please continue to keep in touch with us to ask any questions, update us on your progress or just to.
Welcome to our Year 2 page!. Video Clip. Task 2. Make a Mobile. Computing - Overview and Resources. Music - Charanga Website. PE - School Games Pack. Facts 4 Life Website and Resources. Home Learning Week Beginning 15th June 2020. Weekly Overview Grid. Maths - White Rose Maths Website. Watch Week 8 Videos. Tasks: Lesson 1, Lesson 2, Lesson 3, Lesson 4. Answers: Lesson 1, Lesson 2.
HOMEWORK Year 3. THIS PAGE WILL UPDATE WEEKLY. LAST UPDATED: Friday 12th June 2020. Teacher's Message. Hello to you all year 3! It was announced last week that schools will not be opening again for most children until September. We realise this is upsetting for everyone but there is still a need to keep as safe as possible. We will be doing weekly class meet ups so that you can all communicate.
Choose 2 or more items from the shop and add them together. Use what you know about adding one and two digit numbers together to help. You might want to draw the tens and ones, draw a part whole model or partition the numbers.
Year 2: Living things and their habitats. This list consists of lesson plans, activities and video clips to support the teaching of living things and their habitats at Year Two. It contains tips on using the resources, suggestions for further use and background subject knowledge. Possible misconceptions are highlighted so that teachers may plan lessons to facilitate correct conceptual.
The Persuasive Writing Pack Teach your children about persuasive writing with this resource pack for teachers. Includes guides for children, activity resources, suggested vocabulary and a quality example of persuasive writing.
Year 1 Homework. Year 1 School Closure Pack. Year 1 Self Isolation Pack. Google Classroom. We will continue to provide home learning through Google Classroom. It is wonderful to see the learning the children are completing at home and to be able to provide teacher feedback. You can complete learning tasks set by the class teachers and make your own Google Slides presentations, Google Docs etc.
Differentiated maths resources for Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction) in small steps for KS1 children in Year 1. Each small step contains a range of resources including a teaching PowerPoint, varied fluency worksheets, reasoning and problem solving worksheets, homework or extension worksheets, discussion problems for collaborative learning, interactive games and a learning video clip.
This is the Year 2 page. Class Teachers: Mrs Green (2G) and Miss Keeley (2K) Teaching assistants: Mrs Mayes (2G) and Mrs Carlisle (2K) We also have Mrs Seggery and Mrs Nisbet working with us in Year Two. as es is os ws. The Hodgeheg - Chapter 7. Miss Keeley reads chapter 7 The Hodgeheg - Chapter 6. Miss Keeley reads Chapter 6 Time (5 minute intervals) Miss Keeley explains how to read time in 5.
Differentiated maths resources for Autumn Block 2 (Addition and Subtraction) in small steps for KS2 children in Year 4. Each small step contains a range of resources including a teaching PowerPoint, varied fluency worksheets, reasoning and problem solving worksheets, homework or extension worksheets, discussion problems for collaborative learning, interactive games and a learning video clip.
Year 2 - Closure Work - Week beginning 1st June Reading Writing Maths Can you read all of these words? Objective LI: To infer information from a story Decide what you know Look for clues about the character Suggest how they could be feeling Activity 1: Read a fiction story using a book you have at home or a book on Bug Club then answer these questions. H o w d i d t h e ch a ra ct e r f e e l.
Nelson Mandela was born in 1918, the son of a chief of the Thembo people. Nelson Mandela was the first member of his family to go to school. He recognised that education was very important and later campaigned for all South African children to have access to schooling.Task five - watch this video clip on the BBC website. Try writing a simple sentence of your own. Then gradually make it more interesting by adding new words, changing the sentence structure or order of the words, whilst making sure it still makes sense. Task six - a little bit of exercise! Task seven - science. Read this article about evolution and watch the film clip. Now draw your own.A Gathering Light by Jennifer Donnelly has won the Carnegie Medal - one the UK's biggest awards for children's writing. Students write their own book reviews and act out a book awards ceremony. Learning aims: To write about the plot, setting and characters of a novel. To comment of the highlights and weak points of a novel. To evaluate a novel. To enagage in role play. Teaching Ideas: 1.