Year 2/3 - Willow Mrs Carson
Thursday 7th December
Home learning resources can be found on Google Classroom. Login details have been stuck into children's planners.
In case of any issues with login details, please see tasks below:
Year 2 - Complete the symmetry activities
Year 3 - Practise measuring and drawing accurately
Write a letter to Father Christmas.
Remember to include:
An introduction to say why you're writing
What you want and why
Challenge yourself to ask a question and use commas in lists.
Please can you send any completed letters into school. We may be having a very special visitor next week.
Revisit your learning about the different food groups and complete the activities here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6882hv/articles/z9j4g7h
Complete the activities about diet here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcyycdm/articles/zk784xs#zymccmn
Year 2 & 3 - Create your perfect menu for the day, thinking about what you need from each food group. Use the food group sheet to help you.
Your menu could include breakfast, a snack, lunch, dinner
Tuesday 5th December
Recap symmetry and shape:
Recap angles and shape
Go on a shape hunt - what 3-D shapes can you find in your house.
How many cuboids can you find?
Follow the instructions to make cuboids - Year 3, we will be practising making 3-D shapes soon.
Which of the cuboids you have made hold the most or have the biggest volume?
We have all practiced using commas in lists a couple of times and will be doing this again as part of our unit on the Jolly Postman. Remember to separate each item with a comma then use 'and' between the last two items.
For example: When Mrs Carson went to the local shop she bought delicious oranges, ripe bananas and a bar of chocolate.
Learn about spectacled bears and practice using commas in lists:
Complete the white board challenges.
Look at the PowerPoint slides to recap the similarities and differences between rural and urban environments. Our walk up Burrow Hill identified a lot of physical and human features of a rural environment.
Create a list of pros and cons for both and then choose which one you prefer and why.