Home Learning WB 08.02.2021

Home Learning

Hi Class 2, 

 Here is where you will find your tasks for this week. If you need any help at all, please email me on emma.parr@kirkbyce.co.uk and I will be happy to help. 

Love, 

Miss Parr

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Have a great week celebrating Chinese New Year!

 

Zoom Meetings

Don't forget to join our zoom sessions this week. The details of how to login to the sessions have been emailed out to you.

Monday & Friday at 12pm - Year 1

Monday & Friday at 1pm - Year 2

Wednesday at 11am - Miss Melville's Wednesday Workout

 

Kirkby C of E School Challenges

Please continue to take part in the two whole school challenges that we are running at the moment.

Click here to read all about the art challenge. Send photographs of your drawings to Mr Tennant.

Click here to read about our 30 day reading challenge. Visit the Kirkby C of E homepage daily to find out what the challenge will be each day.  Read as often as you can and don't forget to send in any photographs of you taking part to Mrs McCoombs.

 

Monday

Year 1 Maths - One more one less

Click here to watch the first teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the first page of the worksheet.

 

Year 2 Maths - Make equal groups: Sharing (recap)

Click here to watch the first teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the questions. 

 

English

                   Morning Surprise! 

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Look at the picture carefully. Role play the first three tasks and then answer the questions in your workbook. Remember there are no right or wrong answers.

Role Play -   Imagine that you have just walked into your kitchen to find this. 

  • Role play the conversation you might have with the octopus.
  • Role play the telephone call you might have with a friend to tell them what you have found.
  • Role play questions - You can only ask 3 questions to the octopus. What would you ask?

Now answer these questions in your book:

  • How did the octopus get there? Why is it wearing a hat? Where did the plants come from?
  • You decide to let the octopus stay here, but the next morning you come into your kitchen to find it joined by another creature. What might the other creature be?

Challenge (write in full sentences)

  • What happens next? Write down what you think might happen.
  • Try to persuade the octopus to leave. What will you say?
  • Draw your own octopus and give it a name.

 

Year 1 Spellings

This week we are still looking at the Phase 4 tricky words. Have a go at reading each of these words. Remember they are tricky words so you can't sound them out and they don't follow the rules, you just have to learn them.

little     one     were     out     what     when     there

If you already know these Phase 4 Tricky words, here is a list of all Year 1 & Year 2 Common Exception Words. Choose 10 to learn this week. Practise them every day.

Year 2 Spellings 

Our spelling rule this week is the 'l' sound spelt 'el' at the end of words.

Your spellings to learn for Friday are:

camel          tinsel          tunnel          trowel         squirrel          angel          travel          barrel          towel          parcel

Click here to play a game with 7 of the words which will help you to segment and understand the meaning of each of them. Do you also know the meaning of the final 3 words? Can you think of a sentence for each of them?

 

Phonics - Phase 5

New sound ‘oy

'oy' makes the same sound as 'oi' spoil the boy.

'oy' is usually at the end of a word and 'oi' is usually at the beginning or in the middle. Example: oil, spoil

Click here to watch a video and learn more about the 'oy' sound.

Read the following ‘oy’ words.

boy    toy    joy    Roy    enjoy    annoy    royal    destroy

Click here to play Dragons Den. Select phase 5 and then 'oy'.

Username: jan21

Password: home

 

PE

This week I'd like you to have a go at Karate - I think you'll enjoy it! 

Click here for the link to 'Karate for Kids'. It's a 20 minute programme but if you enjoy it, there are more to follow on. Some of our children attend martial arts clubs so they'll be experts aready I'm sure.

 

Music

Click here to access the Charanga site for another fun session listening to and learning a new song 'Rhythm In the Way We Walk'  (Reggae style). Open up lesson 1 (step 1) and, just work your way down the menu that is at the top-right of the screen. You should have your passwords saved but please email collette.keegan@kirkbyce.co.uk if you have any problems.

 

Tuesday

Year 1 Maths - One more one less

Click here to watch the second teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the second page of the worksheet.

 

Year 2 Maths - Make equal groups: Sharing

Click here to watch the second teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the questions. 

 

Year 1 English

Letters have names as well as sounds. The names of the letters are the same as we hear in the alphabet.

Practise saying the names of the letters in the order of the alphabet.

a b c d e f g h I j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z

Ask your grown up to show you a letter and see if you can say its name.

Complete this caterpillar, with the missing letters.

 

Year 2 English

Compound Words are two words which join together to make a brand new word.

Example

Click here to watch a clip from BBC Bitesize to find out more.

Use the worksheet in the files below or 'have a go' at completing these word sums to make a new word.

rain            +                 bow         =        _______________

basket        +                ball          =        _______________

tooth          +                brush       =       _______________

eye             +                ball           =       _______________

butter         +                fly             =       _______________

Now write a sentence containing each of the compound words. Remember capital letters,finger spaces and full stops.

Challenge: How many other compound words can you think of? Draw a stack of pancakes, writing a compound word on each.

 

Year 1 Spellings

Write each of your spelling words 3 times in rainbow colours.

little     one     were     out     what     when     there

 

Year 2 Spellings

Today we are going to have some fun working on our fine motor skills. It is important to regularly exercise the tiny muscles in our fingers and hands to make them strong. So, I have a challenge for you which will give your hands a workout.

If you are right handed write each of your words using your left hand, if you are left handed write the words using your right hand.

How did you get on? Was it as easy as you thought?

 

Phonics - Phase 5

New sound ‘ir

'ir' makes the same sound as 'er' and 'ur'.

Click here to watch a video on the 'ir' sound.

Read the following ‘ir’ words.

sir     girl     bird     fir     skirt     shirt     stir     thirty

Click here to play Buried Treasure. Select phase 5 and then 'ir'.

Username: jan21

Password: home

 

Science - Everyday Materials: Sorting

Now that we have learnt about objects, the materials they are made from and the properties of the materials, we can use what we know about properties to group objects together.

It could be soft/hard, rough/smooth, dull/shiny, transparent/opaque

Look at the following pictures and sort them by deciding if they are waterproof or not.

You could cut and stick them, draw pictures or write words.

Waterproof

Not waterproof

 

 

 

Wednesday

Join us at 11am today for ‘Workout Wednesday’.

Zoom details have been emailed out.

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Year 1 Maths - Compare objects to 50

Click here to watch the next teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the questions.

 

Year 2 Maths - Make equal groups: Grouping (recap)

Click here to watch the next teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the questions. 

 

English

Next Tuesday, 16th February is Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day as we often call it.

Read the powerpoint below as a reminder of why and how we celebrate Shrove Tuesday.

It is really easy to make the batter for pancakes, have a go next week:

Mix together in a bowl – 100g plain flour, 1 egg, half pint of milk and a pinch of salt.

Then all you need to do is design and make your toppings.

Draw and describe your ideas. Think of all your favourite treats and then get them on the shopping list ready for next Tuesday.

Can you design 3 different pancake toppings?

 

Year 1 Spellings

Try to find all of the Phase 4 tricky words that you have learnt this week and last week using this interactive wordsearch.

Pupil login is JG0935

 

Year 2 Spellings 

Sticking with the theme of pancake day, let's have some fun flipping letters. First you will need to choose a spelling from this week's list.

camel          tinsel          tunnel          trowel         squirrel          angel          travel          barrel          towel          parcel

Write each letter of your word onto small separate pieces of card. Grab a frying pan (or spatula) and place your letters inside. Flip them out of the pan and onto the floor so that they become muddled up. How quickly can you rearrange the letters to spell your word correctly. Try this with each spelling in turn for some flipping good fun!

 

Phonics - Phase 5

New sound ‘ue'.

'ue' makes the same sound as 'oo'.

Click here to watch a video to learn more about the 'ue' sound.

Read the following ‘ue’ words.

clue     blue     issue     true     glue     Sue     argue

Click here to play Picnic on Pluto. Select phase 5 and then 'ue'.

Username: jan21

Password: home

 

RE

Next Wednesday 17th February is Ash Wednesday.

Read about Ash Wednesday on the powerpoint below.

Ash Wednesday begins ‘Lent’ and represents Jesus going into the desert to fast for 40 days. Click here to watch a clip of the story of Jesus in the desert.

Have a go at the activity attached below, filling the gaps in the sentences.

 

Thursday

Year 1 Maths - Compare numbers within 50

Click here to watch the next teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the questions.

 

Year 2 Maths - Make equal groups: Grouping

Click here to watch the next teaching video.

Click here to have a go at the questions. 

 

Year 1 English

Do you remember these sounds?

‘ar’ start the car

‘ur’ nurse with a purse

‘or’ shut the door

Look at these pictures and write the word with the correct sound

Write each word in a sentence.

Make sure you begin with a capital letter, end with a full stop and leave spaces between your words.

Don’t worry too much about correct spellings of other words but try to increase your independence.

 

Year 2 English 

Open up 'The Runaway Pancake' comprehension attached in the files below. Read through the text and answer the questions.Try to write your answers in full sentences in your work book.

Example: 1. Who chased the pancake?  ________  chased the pancake.

Don't forget capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Challenge: For those who would enjoy some extra reading this week read,  'How to Make Pancakes' and answer the questions that follow.

 

Year 1 Spellings

Click here to play the game 'Defend the Tree' to help practise this week's spellings. 

 

Year 2 Spellings

Use the Year 2 common exception word powerpoint in the files below to recap all the words we have worked on so far. Can you read them all?

Our next 5 common exception words to read and spell are:

every    great     steak     break     pretty

Today you will need to write each of your words onto a circle of card. Now you have a 'word pancake'. Take  your first 'word pancake' and place it onto a frying pan or spatula. The idea is to spell your word out loud, letter by letter. Here's the tricky bit!!! For each letter you say out loud you must flip your word pancake once.

So, e...v....e...r...y = 5 flips

Now try doing this for each word in turn. Get your grown ups involved, it's not as easy as it looks is it?

 

English - Spelling Test

Ask an adult to test you on the spellings that were set on Monday. Aim to get full marks and don’t forget to use your best handwriting! I’d love to hear how you got on so please email your score over to me on emma.parr@kirkbyce.co.uk. You could even take a photograph of your spelling sheet and attach that.

 

Phonics - Phase 5

New sound ‘aw'.

'aw' makes the same sound as 'or' shut the door.

Click here and enjoy watching the alphablocks 'aw' video.

Read the following ‘aw’ words.

saw     raw     law     paw    claw     jaw     draw     crawl

Click here to choose your favourite phonicsplay game from the previous 3 days. Select phase 5 and 'aw'.

 

Geography - Pirate Bunnies: World Adventures

Ahoy Pirates!

Are you ready for an adventure? Hop on Captain Carrot’s ship and explore the world with the Pirate Bunnies!

You can earn treasure by completing these quests:

  • discover the seven continents on the map
  • find the world’s five oceans
  • sail your ship north, east, south and west to get to the treasure
  • spot the features of different seasons
  • experiment with different weather features
  • explore the United Kingdom
  • and discover flags from around the world hiding in the sand!

Each quest will give you a golden coin and each golden coin will get you closer to the treasure! Click here to play!

 

Friday - Chinese New Year 2021

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Today is the start of the Chinese New Year celebrations.

Click here to watch a video that tells you all about the traditions of Chinese New Year.

Choose some of these activities to complete today. Have Fun!

 

Numbers

Watch the number formation PowerPoint attached (Chinese New Year Number Formation). Practice writing the numbers 1-10 in Chinese.

Can you write down the year that you were born in Chinese?

Have a look at this chart and see what animal was celebrated during that year. For example if you were born in 2007, you were born in the year of the PIG. Ask other family members when they were born and find out what their animal is.