Hemlington Hall Academy

Year 2 Wednesday 3rd March

Phonics – Zoom at 9:15am

Today we will be revisiting word using the -ing suffix.

We are learning that /or/ sound before /l/ is made using the /a/ grapheme.

Writing

We are still thinking about the the story ‘The Storm Whale’ by Benji Davies.

Here is a video to read through the story with you at home.

Today you are going to be sequencing some pictures from the story, putting them in the correct order.

If you want an extra challenge, you could even write a short sentence to match each picture.

Maths – Zoom at 11am

Today we are thinking about using bar models to help us divide. We are going to use this method to help us solve some word problems.

As this is a new method, it is important to attend the Zoom lesson to demonstrate.

Science

Today we are thinking about keeping our bodies healthy by exercising.

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

Choose 5 different exercises and record the different information for each one. Explain what the exercise is, how many you can do in 60 seconds and also how the exercise made you feel.

Can you choose your most and least favourite exercise?

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