LQ: Can I recognise and name 2-D shapes?
Today, we are going to learn the names of simple two dimensional (2-D) shapes including triangles, squares, rectangles and circles. Which 2-D shapes can you see on the flat faces of 3-D shapes?
When writing calculations that involve sharing in Y2, we use a special symbol... have you seen it before?
This symbol means share, group, divide by, equal groups and share equally.
Can you share objects you have at home into equal groups and write your own calculations using this symbol?
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.
Practise spelling: water, where, who
LQ: Which ie?
Blend for reading: cried
Segment for spelling: replied
Read 'A Right mess' (See below) and underline all of the words containing the 'ie' phoneme.
Apply: Add words to their grids.
Re-read yesterday's words.
camel, tunnel, squirrel, travel, towel, tinsel, shovel, trowel, chapel, funnel
al, metal, petal
al making the l sound.
metal, petal, sandal, total, plural, animal, hospital, capital
Guess the word from the picture/ clue and write the spelling.
Cutlery is made from this.
Daffodils have yellow...………
Cats and dogs are....
If you break your leg you will need to go to...….
Your sentence must begin with a...……….letter.
Write sentences that need different types of punctuation such as exclamation marks, question marks or speech marks.