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Year 2 Monday 1st March

Phonics - Zoom at 9:15am

Today we will be revisiting the contraction words we learnt last half term.

We will be learning that /er/ following a /w/ is written using the grapheme /or/.

Monday-Phonics.Download

Writing

Practise your handwriting using the template attached.

Think about the size of your letters - which letters are 'half sized' and which letters need to ascend/descend?

This will help you practise this weeks spelling words too!

Monday-WritingDownload

Maths

Today we are learning how to divide by 10, using our 10x tables to help.

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Monday-Maths-1Download

Science

Today we are thinking about the basic needs of animals if they are to stay alive.

This is food, water and air.

I will post the powerpoint on Dojo to support you with your work.

Complete the activity by matching up the needs with the animals.

Basic-Needs-Activity-SheetDownload

Could you also design your own pet home by providing them with everything they need?

Activity-Sheet-Design-a-Pet-HomeDownload

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