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Year 2 Homework – due in Wednesday 23rd September.

All children were given log in details last week. If you don’t have this then please get in touch and I’ll resend them as they will be needed for all future homework

Any problems then please phone school and I’ll be happy to help. You can also email me via PurpleMash. 

Mrs Marsden.

Spelling

Spellings are now on Spelling Shed. Please practise these as the children will be tested on them every Wednesday. Each week we will focus on a particular digraph (2 letters that make 1 sound) and look at the alternative spellings for that phoneme.

Each week the children will have 3 words for each spelling and 1 Common Exception Word (CEW), making a total of 10 words. Next week we will be tested on ee/ea/ey (all make the same long e sound as in feet/seam/money).

Spellings due 23/09/20:

least

steamy

repeat

feel

jeep

weep

chimney 

money

trolley

said

 

English

Log in to Purple Mash. Go to ‘2Do’

Read the ‘Great Fire of London Talking Story’.

Then click on the ‘I have found out’ 2Do and write some facts about the fire that you have learnt. You can draw a picture of the fire or add pre made images by clicking on the ‘clip art’ icon on the top right of the page.

Simply scroll down the ‘history’ tab and choose the images you’d like.

This should take about 20 minutes so focus on write 3-5 really good sentences (finger spaces, capitals, full stops and conjunctions such as ‘and’ or ‘because’). If you would prefer to write the facts then you can do this on paper and have a parent email a photo of your work to me at school.

Maths

Maths

Log in to Purple Mash. Go to ‘2Do’.

Complete the two quizzes. Both are on things that we have looked at this week. The first is on counting in 10’s, where you have to find the missing number in the sequence. The second is on counting in tens and then ones using ‘base ten’.

For example in the question below the second image would be the correct answer as it has 3 groups of 10 (making 30) and 2 individual ones so we can count from 30 – 31, 32.