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Uranus Class Year Two

         Welcome to Uranus class.

                                 Home Learning.

You can contact me and Miss Rayner directly using the following address:

           uranus@kafed.org.uk

We would love to hear from you :)

Please send us photos of the wonderful work you have completed at home so we can share your learning here, with your friends.

Thank you

Mrs McNally and Miss Rayner

 

                 Summer 2 Term -            

      Week beginning 6th July 2020

Congratulations to the following children for completing all their Big Maths challenges Online last week (week beginning 29th June): Aidan, Ajaish, Andiara, Kiet, Mason, Mayowa, Newton, Savannah and Wail. 

Well done to Siddharth for completing his CLIC and SAFE challenges.

Well done to Lema for completing her CLIC challenge.

Savannah, you are moving up on your CLIC and SAFE challengeslaugh

Aidan, you are moving up on your CLIC challengelaugh

 

Big Maths Online.

Please complete your weekly big maths challenges online each week. I will then be able to see your results and will move you up when necessary. Your login details have been emailed to you.

Please complete your challenges independently.

Good luck and Enjoy angel

Mrs McNally

            Home learning grid.

Open this home learning grid for some learning tasks to complete during this term.

Daily Lessons

Reading.

Please continue to read every day. The following sites can help with your reading: 

Oxford owl: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Starfall: https://www.starfall.com/h/index-grades123.php

Comprehensionhttps://uk.ixl.com/ela/reading-comprehension

Phonics: https://www.readingbear.org/Presentation.aspx?PresentationID=29

                https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/#

 PE

The following sites can help you to stay fit. Enjoy laugh

      Week beginning 29th June 2020

Congratulations to the following children for completing all their Big Maths challenges Online last week (week beginning 22nd June): Aidan, Andiara, Kiet, Llewella, Mason, Mayowa and Siddharth. 

Well done to Savannah for completing her SAFE challenge.

Aidan, you are moving up on your SAFE challengelaugh

LLewella and Siddharth, you are moving up on your Learn itslaugh

      Week beginning 22nd June 2020

Congratulations to the following children for completing all their Big Maths challenges Online last week (week beginning 15th June): Aidan, Alfie, Andiara, Kiet and Mayowa. 

Well done to Mason,Paulo and Siddharth for completing their CLIC and SAFE challenges.

Well done to Newton for completing his CLIC challenge.

Mayowa, you are moving up on your CLIC challengelaugh

Aidan, fantastic reading on epic, well done laugh

       Week beginning 15th June 2020

Congratulations to the following children for completing their Big Maths challenges Online last week (week beginning 8th June): Aidan, Ajaish, Alfie, Kiet, llewella, Mayowa, Newton, Paulo, Perez, Siddharth and Wail.

Well done Aidan, you are moving up on your SAFE challengelaugh

Well done Ajaish, you are moving up on your Learn its challengelaugh

Well done Mayowa, you are moving up on your Learn its challengelaugh

Well done Newton, you are moving up on your CLIC and SAFE challengeslaugh

Well done Siddharth, you are moving up on your Learn its challengelaugh

Well done Wail, you are moving up on your CLIC challengelaugh

     Week beginning 8th June 2020

Congratulations to the following children for completing their Big Maths challenges Online last week (week beginning 1st June): Aidan, Ajaish, Alfie, Andiara, Kiet, lema, Mayowa, Newton, Perez, Siddharth, Victoria and Wail.

Well done Ajaish, you are moving up on your Learn its challengelaugh

Well done Victoria, you are moving up on your CLIC challengelaugh

Well done Wail, you are moving up on your Learn its and CLIC challengeslaugh

                       Epic Books.

We have secured a login to the website Epic Books, which provides free online books and stories. for the children to access. You will receive an email giving instructions on how to set this up. I will be able to see the books you have read. Enjoy laugh

Week beginning 1st June 2020

Topic - Animals Around the World.

Antarctica

This week we are visiting the coldest continent. Some animals have adapted to cope with the freezing temperatures. Here are some of them:

Can you name these animals?

Can you describe their habitat?

Can you create a picture of these animals in their habitat?

Blue and Yellow groups Maths Tutorials - Finding Simple Fractions of Amounts

This tutorial looks at finding simple fractions of amounts (where the numerator is 1). This is the first in a series of two videos on finding fractions of am...

Red and Green groups Maths Tutorials - Finding Fractions of Amounts

This tutorial looks at finding fractions of amounts where the numerator is not 1. This is the second in a series of two videos on finding fractions of amount...

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Blue and Yellow groups
Red and Green Groups

Congratulations to the following children for completing their Big Maths challenges Online last week (week beginning 25th May): Aidan, Ajaish, Andiara, Jake, Kiet, Mayowa, Newton, Siddharth and Wail.

Well done Aidan, you are moving up on your CLIC and SAFE challengeslaugh

Well done Jake, you are moving up on your SAFE challengelaugh

Well done Kiet, you are moving up on your SAFE challengelaugh

 

                   Half term break.

        Week beginning 25th May 2020

Hello lovely Uranus class. Well done for completing your home learning throughout the summer 1 term. We feel inspired by your resilience throughout this difficult time. During this half term, please give yourselves a break by playing, relaxing and enjoying your family. We hope to be united soon, but in the meantime, continue to be a stay-at-home hero. Stay safe.

Mrs McNally, Miss Rayner and Miss Simpson.

 

Eid Mubarak to Lema and Wail. We hope you are enjoying your celebration.  

            Congratulations.

Well done to Aidan, Ajaish, Alfie, Andiara, Jake, Joshua, Kiet, Mayowa, Newton, Siddharth and Victoria for completing your challenges online last week. (week beginning 18th May)

Andiara, you moved up in your Learn Its and SAFE challengeslaugh

Mayowa, you moved up in your CLIC challengelaugh

Jake, you moved up in your SAFE challengelaugh

Joshua, you moved up in your CLIC challengelaugh

Siddharth, you moved up in your CLIC and SAFE challengeslaugh

Victoria, you moved up in your SAFE challengelaugh

Ajaish, you moved up in your CLIC challengelaugh

Kye

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Kye is drawing the letter k. Well done Kye :)

                    Sports Day

 

 

Aidan and Millie enjoying Sports day.

Aidan hoop throwing.

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Aidan and his sister Millie completing the egg and spoon race.

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       Week beginning 18th March 2020

Our topic of Animals Around the World is taking us to Asia this week.

Asia is the largest of the seven continents and has many beautiful animals. Can you name the animals shown here?

Describe their habitat. Do you think they all live in the same habitat?

Read through the information sheet below to help you decide where each of these animals live.

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Blue and Yellow groups
Red and Green groups

       Week beginning 11th May 2020

Week 4 Topic - Animals Around the World.

The next continent we are looking at is Africa.

 

Africa has a vast amount of wild animals. Here are just a few of them:

Can you name all these wonderful animals?

Can you describe their habitat?

Draw, paint or make a model of your favourite African animal.

Money story for children UK

Watch the video then complete the money questions in your group.

Purple group

 

Blue and Yellow groups
Red and Green groups

            Week beginning 4th May 2020

Topic - Animals Around the World.

    North America                              South America

North and South America have many wild animals. Here are some of them:

 

Can you name these wonderful creatures?

Where do you think they live?

Can you describe their habitat?

Draw of paint your favourite.

Symmetry Song for Kids | A Day at Symmetry Land | Lines of Symmetry

Watch this video about symmetry then complete the sheets below.

Purple group
Blue and Yellow groups
Red and Green groups

                   Week Beginning 27th April 2020

Week 2 Topic –                    Animals Around the World.

There are many animals that originate in Europe, one of the seven continents. Europe is the continent that we live in as England is part of Europe.

 

Here are some lovely animals that live in England.

                                                

                                                              

 

Can you name them all?

Our science this term is Animal Habitats. A Habitat is where the animal lives and the suitability of their habitat so they can live happily, healthily and safely.

Where do you think these animals live?  Can you describe their habitat?                                                   

Literacy and Maths

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Blue and Yellow groups
Red and Green groups

How to Describe 3D Shapes

Three dimensional shapes are everywhere we look! See some of the basic 3D shapes comes to life in this Miniclip, complete with clear animations to show the f...

How to Draw 3D Shapes

This is a simplified way to draw the outlines of 3-dimensional shapes. In this video, I show you how to draw transparent and solid cubes, cones, pyramid, cyl...

Email from Mrs McNally

Email to Uranus Class from Miss Rayner :)

Week Beginning 20th April 2020

Animals Around the World.

This terms topic is Animals Around the World. Our world consists of land and sea. The land is made up of seven continents and the sea is made up of five oceans. Our five oceans make up 71% (almost three quarters) of our world so this week we will look at animals that live in the ocean.

 

Challenge: How many ocean animals can you name?

Let’s see who can name the most. Take a photo of your work and send it to me.

Draw, paint or create a model of your favourite.

Good luck.

Here are some to get you started:

Maths and Literacy.

Purple and Blue groups.

 

Yellow and Red groups.
Green group.

Telling the Time | Time for Kids | Quarter Past, Half Past, Quarter To | Digital Clock, Analog Clock

Learn to Tell Time using a Quarter Past, Half Past, and a Quarter To! Enjoy telling the time with our learning videos for kids analog clock and digital clock...

Projects

                Easter break, 2 weeks beginning 6th April 2020

Please continue to read every day and complete 60 minutes of exercise.

Here are some fun Easter activities:

                                Week beginning 30th March 2020

Literacy and Maths

Purple and Blue Groups:

Yellow and Red Groups:
Green Group:

All children:

Watch your favourite film or TV programme and write a review.

Try to include the following:

  • A picture of your favourite character.
  • Describe your character and explain why they are your favourite.
  • Write a sequel, what will happen next?

Art and Crafts

Make your own play dough to create your favourite character. 

Ingredients: 2 cups of plain flour

                   ¾ cup salt

                   2 cups of warm water

                   Food colouring (optional)

Equipment:  Cup

                      Bowl

                      Spoon

Instructions:  • Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and warm water.

                        • Measure out 2 cups of plain flour and pour into the bowl.

                        • Measure out ¾ cup of salt and pour into the bowl.

                        • Measure out 2 cups of warm water and pour into the bowl.

                        • You can add food colouring if you wish. (Just a drop of your favourite shade)

                      . • Stir the mixture together. It will become sticky. Continue stirring until the mixture                           has all come together.

                        • Once the mixture has come together, use your hands to knead the dough

                      . • If your play dough is too sticky you can add in extra flour.

                        • Knead the dough into a smooth lump

 

                                     Week beginning 23rd March 2020

                                  Maths

 

Remember to practise your multiplication tables. Use the songs at the bottom of this page to help you.

 

              Multiplication Tables

Please support your child in learning the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables. Here are some songs to support their learning:

2 Times Tables Song - Numberjacks

Learn your two times tables with the Numberjacks crew. FUN FACT! WHAT is Numberjacks? It is all about excitement, fun and learning, thinking skills, problem solving and maths. Who do you play with? The Numberjacks are ten small superhero numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

5 Times Tables Song - Numberjacks

Learn your Five Times Tables with Number Seven's: Five Times Tables Song! Sing-a-long 1x5 = 5, 2x5 = 10, 3x5 = 15, 4x5 = 20, 5x5 = 25, 6x5 = 30, 7x5 = 35, 8x5 = 40, 9x5 = 45, 10x5 =50, 11x5 = 55, 12x5 = 60 FUN FACT!

The 10 Times Table Song (Multiplying by 10) | Silly School Songs

Kids will love learning their 10 times tables with this fun and energetic song. For more information and music, visit http://sillyschoolsongs.com. Lyrics: If you want to multiply a number by 10 All you have to do is put a zero on the end If you want to multiply a number by 10 All you do is put a zero on the end Alright kids!

3 Times Tables - Have Fun Learning!

4 Times Table Song (Learning is Fun The Todd & Ziggy Way!)

                   Handwriting

The following video shows the correct letter formation to support your child in learning to join their letters.

Cursive Handwriting: How to Write the Alphabet

This is a cursive writing demonstration video showing how to write the letters of the alphabet in their precursive form, which will support your cursive (joined) handwriting. It models how to write the letters of the alphabet using pre-cursive script. Cursive handwriting is commonly taught in schools across the world.

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