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School Closure Home Learning:

 

We will be providing daily learning opportunities for children throughout the period of closure. Please follow the link below to access the class blog and find the tasks set. 

Don't forget to comment on the blog and let us know what you've been up to! 

 

For any help with home learning please send an email to: class6@harwoodpark.rochdale.sch.uk. 

Welcome to our class page! Here you will find our key information and a link to our school blog where you can keep updated on everything we do in class. 

 

Miss Sharp smiley

Monday 30th March 2020

 

Good Morning everyone! ðŸ˜Š

 

Here are the activities to complete today. 

 

Children can continue to begin their morning with ‘Joe/The Body Coach’ who is posting live 30 minute PE lessons on YouTube every morning at 9am.  Follow the link on his page: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

English – Complete more of the reading SATS paper. Today you can complete pages 8 - 11. Read the text carefully and use your RAMP reading skills to answer the questions.

 

Reading – Read a few pages of one reading book and use the comprehension questions linked on the class page to check children’s understanding. 

 

Maths fluency – complete set A of the mad maths minutes worksheet. Maybe time how long it takes to complete the questions.

 

Maths – Lesson six  –Fractions SATS questions –Children to answer questions 1-6 on the worksheet for Monday. If you are stuck or can’t remember how to work out the answer, don’t worry! Just have a go and try your best! We have only just started fractions in Power Maths so have a go and see how you get on! 

 

Spellings - practise writing week 5s spellings in different coloured pencils. 

 

Please see the ‘Year 2 Home Learning Overview’ post from Friday for Geography, History, ICT and Science expectations.

 

Other ways to keep busy today: 

Keep updated daily for home learning reminders, helpful tips and more fun activities to keep you busy and motivated!

 

Don’t forget to add a comment on the blog.

 

Miss Sharp. 

Friday 27th February 2020

 

Good Morning everyone! ðŸ˜Š.

Here are the activities to complete today. 

 

Children can begin their morning with ‘Joe/The Body Coach’ who is posting live 30 minute PE lessons on YouTube every morning at 9am.  Follow the link on his page: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

English – Complete the reading SATS paper pages 5-7. Read the text carefully and use your RAMP reading skills to answer the questions.

 

Reading – Read a few pages of one reading book and use the comprehension questions linked on the class page to check children’s understanding. 

 

Maths fluency – Play hit the button again but this time practice division facts for 2s, 5s and 10s. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

                                                          

Maths – Lesson five – Division word problems SATS questions –Children to answer questions 1-6 on the worksheet for Friday. If you are stuck or can’t remember how to work out the answer, don’t worry! Just have a go and try your best!

 

Spellings – Get an adult to test you on this weeks spellings.  Good luck!

 

Please see the ‘Year 2 Home Learning Overview’ post from Friday for Geography, History, ICT and Science expectations.

 

Other ways to keep busy today: 

  • Go on a cosmic yoga adventure, inspired by The Twits. Follow the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vLpwN-_DGw
  • If you haven't already, #draw with Rob! Rob is doing live drawing lessons every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am.  All of the videos are available online. All you need is a piece of paper and a pencil! Follow the link: http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob
  • Make a paper aeroplane and see how far it can fly in your garden!

Keep updated daily for home learning reminders, helpful tips and more fun activities to keep you busy and motivated! 

See you all very soon! Don't forget to add a comment to let us know what work you have done. We'd love to know how you're getting on!

Miss Sharp

 Thursday 26th March 2020

 

Good Morning everyone! 😊

 

Here are the activities we would like class 5 and 6 to complete today. 

**Please can children and adults leave a comment on the blog to let us know how you are getting on with home learning and so we know who can/cannot access the blog. Thank you!**

 

Children can begin their morning with ‘Joe/The Body Coach’ who is posting live 30 minute PE lessons on YouTube every morning at 9am.  Follow the link on his page: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

English – On Monday you came up with adjectives to describe Mrs Twit's appearance and personality, on Tuesday you created expanded noun phrases with these adjectives and on Wednesday you put these into sentences with conjunctions to describe Mrs Twit.  Today, we would like you to put all of this together to make a character description for Mrs Twit (just like we did in class for Mr Twit). Don't forget your super 6! - Capital letters, full stops, sit letters on the line, cursive handwriting, finger spaces and careful spelling. Remember to also use commas if listing more than one adjective and include conjunctions in your sentences.

 

Reading – Read a few pages of one reading book and use the comprehension questions linked on the class page to check children’s understanding. 

 

Maths fluency – Play hit the button again but practice your 2's 3's, 5's and 10's multiplication this time.  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button                  

                   

Maths – Lesson four – Scales SATS questions – Children to answer questions 1-6 on the worksheet for Thursday. If you are stuck or can’t remember how to work out the answer, don’t worry! Just have a go and try your best!

 

Spellings – Play some games to practice your spellings.                               

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/98/21-The-sound-spelt-or-after-w

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/99/22-Th-sound-spelt-ar-after-w

 

Please see the ‘Year 2 Home Learning Overview’ post from Friday for Geography, History, ICT and Science expectations. 

 

Other ways to keep busy today: 

  • Try some guided meditation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtYIQiXyrsE
  • If the sun is shining again see if you can help an adult do some gardening!
  • Because children are being encouraged to stay at home, some are creating rainbows to put in their window for others to spot! If you haven't already, create your own rainbow and display it in your window to spread some joy!

 

Miss Sharp.

Wednesday 25th March 2020

 

Good Morning everyone! 😊

 

Here are today's activities.

 

Children can begin their morning with 'Joe/The Body Coach' who is posting live 30 minute PE lessons on YouTube every morning at 9am.  Follow the link on his page: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

English - On Monday children should  have planned a character description for Mrs Twit using the A5 worksheet by writing adjectives underneath the picture of Mrs Twit to describe her appearance and personality. Today children can write sentences using conjunctions (and, but, or, because, when, if, that) to describe Mrs. Twit's personality (For example; Mrs Twit is horrific because she hits people with her walking stick.). You have been given lined paper if needed.

 

Reading - Read a few pages of one reading book and use the comprehension questions linked on the class page to check children's understanding. 

 

Maths fluency - Play hit the button and practice your number bonds. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button                 

                          

Maths - Lesson Three  - Number SATS questions - Children to answer questions 7-12 on the worksheet for Wednesday. If you are stuck or can’t remember how to work out the answer, don’t worry! Just have a go and try your best!

 

Spellings - practice your spelling by reading the word, writing it without looking, and then checking. Don't forget to tick or fix!

 

Please see the 'Year 2 Home Learning' post from Friday for Geography, History, ICT and Science expectations.

Other ways to keep busy today: 

  • It's going to be another sunny day - why not do some gardening?
  • Play a board game

 

Keep updated on our class page and blog daily for home learning reminders, helpful tips and more fun activities to keep you busy and motivated! Don't forget, you can add a comment on the blog to let me know what work you have done. I'd love to know how you're getting on!

 

Miss Sharp ðŸ˜Š

Tuesday 24th March 2020

 

Good Morning everyone! 😊

 

Here are the activities I would like you to complete today. 

 

Children can begin their morning with 'Joe/The Body Coach' who is posting live 30 minute PE lessons on YouTube every morning at 9am.  Follow the link on his page: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

English - Yesterday children should  have planned a character description for Mrs Twit using the A5 worksheet by writing adjectives underneath the picture of Mrs Twit to describe her appearance and personality. Today children can write sentences using expanded noun phrases to describe Mrs. Twit (For example; Mrs Twit has a ghastly, glass eye). You have been given lined paper if needed.

 

Reading - Read a few pages of one reading book and use the comprehension questions linked on the class page to check children's understanding. 

 

Maths fluency - Play Coconut Odd or Even https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/coconut-odd-or-even to help practice finding and recognising odd and even numbers.                                              

Maths - Lesson Two  - Number SATS questions - Children to answer questions 1-6 on the worksheet for Tuesday. If you are stuck or can’t remember how to work out the answer, don’t worry! Just have a go and try your best!

 

Spellings - Have a go at using your spellings in a sentence - write the spelling in a different colour to the rest of your sentence. 

 

Please see the 'Year 2 Home Learning' post from Friday for Geography, History, ICT and Science expectations.

 

Other ways to keep busy today: 

  • Make a bookmark at home to keep track of your reading.
  • Write a diary entry about what you have been doing so far this week.
  • Create a funky dance to your favourite song for even more exercise

 

Miss Sharp 

Monday 23rd March 2020

 

Good Morning! 😊

Each day I will blog and put on the website the tasks I would like class 6 to complete as well as some other fun activities/suggestions to keep everyone busy!

 

Children can begin their morning with 'Joe/The Body Coach' who is posting live 30 minute PE lessons on YouTube every morning at 9am.  Follow the link on his page: https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

 

English - Last week we wrote character descriptions for Mr Twit using adjectives and conjunctions.  Today children should plan a character description for Mrs Twit using the A5 worksheet.  Children should write adjectives underneath the picture of Mrs Twit to describe her appearance and personality.

 

Reading - Read a few pages of one reading book and use the comprehension questions linked on the class page to check children's understanding. 

 

Maths fluency - Count in your 2s, 5s and 10s with John Farnworth on BBC supermovers.  Follow the link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs                                                            

Maths - Lesson One - Number SATS questions - Children to answer questions 1-6 on the worksheet.

 

Spellings - Write your spellings out in different colour pens!

 

Please see the 'Year 2 Home Learning' post from Friday for Geography, History, ICT and Science expectations.

 

Other ways to keep busy today: 

  • Draw Gregosaurus or a sausage dog with Rob Biddulph.  Rob is also doing live drawing lessons every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am.  All you need is a piece of paper and a pencil! Follow the link: http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob
  • Because children are being encouraged to stay at home, some are creating rainbows to put in their window for others to spot! Create your own rainbow and display it in your window to spread some joy!

Keep updated daily for home learning reminders, helpful tips and more fun activities to keep you upbeat, busy and motivated. 

 

Miss Sharp  😊

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Timetable: We begin each morning with reading before assembly. Then we do our English, Power Maths, and reading or spellings. In the afternoons we do all of the other subjects as part of our Linked Learning plus Science, Computing and ICT.

 

Reading: As well as reading regularly at school, children are expected to read as often as possible at home too. This might not always be your reading book, but reading diaries can still be signed so children can move up the Reading Challenge! This is especially important in Year 2 to support their progress through KS1. Reading books will be changed three times a week on Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. Children should have their book every day!

 

Spellings: Children will be given spellings to learn every week. It is important to practice them regularly so they are ready for their spelling test on a Friday. They will need their spelling book on this day!

 

Homework: A homework sheet will be sent home on a Friday. This will be a maths based activity to practice the learning taking place in class. Holiday homework will be a pre-learning project to prepare for the new topic, and children also have access to Mathletics at home.

 

PE:  Children will have two PE lessons per week on Monday and Wednesday and will need full PE kits for it so they can join in.

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