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Read Write Inc.

 

Below there is a sound video linked to our sound today and then a spelling video. 

 

Have a watch and join in.

 

 

Reading: Once Upon A Wild Wood.

 

Here is the link for the story. Only watch up to 2:50:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gJ6NZfC7Jg

 

 

 

 

Can you find out the meaning of these words?

 

 

Read this passage of the text:

 

 

Can you answer these questions?

 

1. Which features of fairy tales can you find in this story? Copy this and add to it. 

 

2. Which characters does Little Green meet and which fairy tale are they from? Write this on paper.

 

 

Try reading the text in the box above. Try and use expression to change your voice so it sounds different.

 

This allows the listener to recognise the different characters.

 

Maths- Watch up to 9 Minutes

Maths- Worksheet and Answers

History: London as we know it today. (Lesson 1)

 Have you ever heard of the place 'London'? On a piece of paper note down anything you may know. Do not worry if you do not know any facts. By the end of this lesson you will!

 

Look at the London powerpoint (below) which shows some of the key features.

The second PowerPoint shows Barnaby Bear when he visits London. 

The link below shows you where London is. 

 

Can you create a leaflet?

 

London has lots of places of interest. Here are a few examples: Buckingham palace, Big Ben, Tower of London, Houses of Parliament, London Eye, The shard, Madame Tussauds, Harrods, Hamleys, Royal Albert Hall.

 

Get a piece of paper and fold it in half. It should now look like a card.

On the first page draw a picture of a feature in London. (Big Ben, Buckingham Palace)

Inside you have 2 pages. Decide 2 places you want to find out more about. Look at the list above to help.

On these two pages you can write some facts and draw a picture of your two chosen places

 

When you have finished you may wish to share it with your family. 

 

Your year 2 teachers would love to see it. You can send it to us on class dojo or via our school twitter. 

Things to support History lesson

Storytime:

 

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