LQ: How do I find one more and one less?
Today we are learning how to find one more and one less with numbers up to 50. You could use objects, number tracks, number lines or a 100 square to help you to count forwards and backwards.
If you would like to challenge yourself, there are some great questions below that involve using your reasoning and problem solving skills. You could answer one/two of these on paper or in your home learning exercise book.
Today we are looking at using the multiplication symbol and working out the totals using pictures. Remember to look at the different numbers and think about what they represent in the pictures.
Y2 Challenge Questions
The booklet below contains this week's activities. Each task is designed to help the children practise and develop the skills we have been working on in class. There are reading comprehension, spelling, phonics and grammar activities. There is also an extension suggestion for each task.
LQ: Which ee ?
How many ways can we write ee?
ee, ea, ey, y, e, ie
Blend for reading: least
Segment for spelling: seat
Practise/ Apply : Read the phoneme spotter on Phonics Play together. How many words can they find that contain the 'ee' phoneme?
LQ: Can you identify parts of a sentence?
LQ: What are the different sentence types?
Recap: What is a noun/ verb/ adjective?
Where is my yellow hat?
Underline the adjective and the noun. What sort of sentence is this? A: Question.
What a beautiful day it is today!
Underline the adjective and the noun. What sort of sentence is this? A: Exclamation.
(Recap on the fact that exclamation sentences begin with How or What and end with an exclamation mark.)
Commands- Tell someone what to do and usually begin with the verb.
Open the door. (please)
Write the sentence.
Listen to the music.
Underline the verbs in the sentence.
Which sentence is a command/question/exclamation/statement?
How lovely to see you!
Make your bed please.
I like dancing and singing.
When is it lunchtime?