Year 2 Timetable

Week Commencing 1st June 2020

Word of the Week: Reformed
Meaning: Having been changed for the better
Video of the Week: The Adventures of Paddington Bear – The Loch Ness Monster

Back to Week 5 – 18th May
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8:20 to 9:00am Wake up and get ready for the day – breakfast, get dressed etc.
9:00 to 9:30am PE with Joe Wicks – Live everyday from 9:00am to 9:30am on YouTube. Don’t forget to include your water breaks!
9:45am to 10:30am 75th Anniversary of VE Day Testbase Grammar Activity
How to count crocodiles
Notes
Online Testbase Reading Activity
Lunchbox:
The story of your food
Phonics
by Geraldine the Giraffe: /oo/ (short u)
Online Year 2 Phonics Game 
10:30am to 11:30am Maths
Lesson 1:
To identify unit fractions of quantity
Maths
Lesson 2:
To identify fractions of a quantity and a shape
Maths
Lesson 3:
To identify fractions of quantity and shape
Maths
Lesson 4:
To be able to identify equivalent fractions
Maths
Lesson 5:
To consolidate and review
11:30am to 12:30am English

Write out the Word of the Week in a sentence.

Spelling Task 

Dictation Sheet

Spelling Dictation Sentences

English

Watch the new PB adventure and answer the following questions in full sentences.

Who’s birthday was it?

What are bears good at
arranging?

Why did PB think it best
not to have candles on the cake?

Why do you think PB was
surprised that Mr Curry has a Mother?

English

Write five interesting facts about Paddington Bear.
Use the new adventure to find out more about him.

English

Write at least five BOYS sentences about Paddington Bear.

For e.g. The Browns family were kind, but nervous.

PB is compassionate, so he helped others in need.

English

Complete the adjective
collecting sheet using this week’s reading and video activities.

12:30am to 1:30pm Lunch and something active
1:30pm to 1:45pm Reading records – read for 15 minutes and write in your record or Mindfulness
1:45pm to 3:00pm Choose one activity from the Menu

Record your activity and send via Class Dojo

3:00pm to 3:15pm Watch Newsround / Write your word of the week and a sentence