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Friday 24th April

Hi Year 2, 


It is already Friday again, these weeks are going fast!


Thank you once again for your fantastic efforts this week, I have loved seeing your super work and it was wonderful to be adding so many Dojo points. I also appreciated the birthday messages sent. smiley


Along with marvellous maths and your great cards and letters to Captain Tom I have seen some brilliant baking, crafting, Lego building and even planting going on. Keep your pictures coming in! I will be sharing our class star of the week later today.


Make sure you make the most of the great weather and try to get some fresh air and exercise. 


Have a lovely weekend and take care, 


Mrs T


Here are today's tasks...



Continue to try either your number bonds or times tables on 'Hit the button'. You are all so great at this in class!


Summer term Week 1- Lesson 1: Find three quarters.


Please watch the video to support your understanding and then try the sheet below.

Remember, you can either print it, write the answers out or discuss them with a family member.


The answer sheet has also been attached to allow you to check your work. 


Well, it was fantastic seeing work from this yesterday. I have decided that as I gave you SO MANY choices and told you to choose one, that today we would continue with it and you can choose a different option to complete. 


I will add the same links in as yesterday so that you have the choice. 


So.... today's work will be to continue to learn more about St George's Day.


Look at the power points and then choose one (or however many you like) tasks from the following:

  • Complete the reading comprehension
  • Design your own coat of arms (choose from 1 of the 3 shield templates)
  • Draw a picture of a dragon or George and the dragon and label it.
  • Draw George and the Dragon on Purple Mash- set as a 2Do
  • Add yourself to the mash cam and write your thoughts as George - set as a 2Do on Purple Mash.


Origami- the art of paper folding. 


Can you follow the instructions on the sheet below and make an origami cat? You may need some help from an adult to support with some of the folding. You don't need to print the sheet out, just follow the instructions on it. 


Good luck!



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