Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 2 Thursday 11th February

Writing

Today you are writing up your non-fiction text all about Kenya.

Use your notes/planning you completed yesterday and ideas from the conjunction sentences you worked on, on Tuesday.

You might write something like this:

Where in the world is Kenya?

Kenya is a country in Africa which is the second biggest continent. There are 54 different countries in Africa and Kenya is one of the larger countries.

You could use this example to help:

Live Author Event – 10:30am

Join in with the live event with author Tom Percival.

Hear all about writing and illustrating his stories.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZXptJXY6Fs&feature=youtu.be

Maths – Live Zoom @ 11:00am

Today we are working on 5x tables.

We will complete the activities together during our Zoom lesson.


Phonics – Live Zoom @ 12:45pm

Today we will be looking at different ways to record the /l/ sound at the end of words – /le/ /el/ /il/ /al/.

We will work through the activities and complete them together on Zoom.

RE

Today is your final lesson on Islam – Prayer at home.

Think about the different information you have learnt over the week and use this to help you answer the different questions carefully.

Can you design your own prayer mat which you would use at home to pray/think about things that make you feel good?

You could write some sentences to explain why you have chosen to decorate your mat in this way.

Have a lovely day!

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