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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

W.B. 22.06.20

 

Friday 26th June 2020

Staying Healthy

Follow the link for Jamie's Cosmic Kids Dance Party!

 

Reading

Miss Walker's and Miss Howes' Groups: Follow the link and scroll down to page 2 for today's activity. Read the text 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea' and answer the comprehension questions in your home learning book. Remember to go back and use the text to help you!

Miss Rowland's Group: Today you are going to focus on the traditional tale of ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’. Your first task today is to find someone in your house to have a discussion about these questions with:

  • Have you read this traditional tale before?
  • What happens?
  • Can you name any other traditional tales you know and have read?

Once you have finished your discussion, find a cosy place in your house to sit, listen, read and watch the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Once you have finished, your final job for today is to answer the questions about what you have listened to. There are some fill in the gap type questions as well as a drawing task and a writing task to finish. Don’t forget to go back to the link and listen to different sections of the story again if you need to, to help you answer the questions. Enjoy!

Miss Upton's and Miss Potter's Groups: Watch the video of 'The Best Dress Ever' being read. 

The Best Dress Ever | Twinkl Originals Children's Book Reading ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCBFMH2pQe8

Once you have listened to the story write a sentence to explain what Zid did on each day. 

E.g. On Monday Zid....

 

Writing

Today is your final day on your sea creature non-chronological report writing. Throughout the week, you have researched the sea creature of your choice and yesterday and you put all your facts and information into the correct sections. You may also have had a go at creating some superstar sentences too!

Today is the day you are going to write your non-chronological report!

Here is a layout for you to follow to transfer all your information into a non-chronological report. Again, you maybe able to print the layout and write in the boxes or you may need some help from a grown up to make a layout in your home learning book. 


Both Miss Rowland and Miss Howes are very excited to read lots of information about sea creatures from your reports. We can’t wait to see what you have done. Don’t forget to take a picture of your report and send it to Y2@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk! 

 

Maths

Miss Rowland's and Miss Higgins' Groups: Log in to Espresso using the login details in your home learning book. Now follow these steps to find your activity: Key Stage 1 – Maths2 - Measures – Activities. Now play the game ‘Estimating Capacity’. Have fun!

In today’s lesson you will be learning all about millilitres. Click on the website below  for today’s lesson and don’t forget to let us know how you get on!

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-use-millilitres

Miss Howes' and Miss Walker's Groups: Today is the last day we are going to be working with money! Follow the link for today's lesson and activity!

 

Topic

Today in Science we are going to continue learning about light! Follow the link for today's lesson and activity. 

 

Thursday 25th June 2020

Staying Healthy

Follow the link and join Joe Wicks for your workout this morning!

 

Reading

Miss Walker's and Miss Howes' Groups: Follow the link to today's activity. Read the text 'The Sandcastle' and answer the questions in your home learning book.  

Miss Rowland's Group: Log in to ‘Oxford Owl’ and search for the book ‘Mission Marvel’. Turn to the inside cover of the book and complete the ‘Reading Check’ with an adult in your house. I would like you to read with a grown up today, taking it in turns to read a page each. There is a page at the end called ‘Now you have read…’ on page 32. I would like you to complete the 3 activities aloud with your grown up to check your understanding of the book. Finally, complete ‘Play Activity 1’ and ‘Play Activity 2’ in the tabs above the book.

Miss Upton's and Miss Potter's Groups: Click on the picture to watch the video and listen to 'The Three Billy Goats Gruff'. Once you have read the story, answer the questions below.

The Three Billy Goats Gruff | Fairy Tales | Gigglebox - YouTube

  1. What had the goats eaten in the field?
  2. What lived under the bridge?
  3. How many Billy Goats Gruff are there?
  4. How do you think the troll felt when Little Billy Goat crossed his bridge?

 

 Writing

This week we are working on writing our own non-chronological report based on a sea creature of your choice after reading ‘The Seaside Switch’ by Kathleen Kudlinski. On Tuesday you were asked to do lots of research about your sea creature. Today you are going to make sure you have enough information for each of the sections of our report but also to start thinking about creating some amazing sentences, ready to write the report tomorrow!


Miss Rowland has created a table of her information so she can clearly see each section for her animal. Follow the link to have a look!

Your job is to do what Miss Rowland has done, but with your information about your sea creature. Make sure they are in the correct sections (Appearance, Habitat and Diet) and have a go at doing some super star sentences (like Miss Rowland did in green) in your own table - follow the link for your template. If you cannot print the table, ask a grown up to help you recreate it in your home learning book.

 

Maths

Miss Rowland's and Miss Higgins' Groups: Log in to Espresso using the login details in your home learning book. Now follow these steps to find your activity: Key Stage 1 – Maths - Measures – Activities. Now play the game ‘Ordering Capacity’.

Next, follow think to today's lesson all about comparing litres and millilitres using fractions. Click on the link to start.

Miss Howes' and Miss Walker's Groups: Follow the link to today's lesson.  

 

Topic

We are using the Raspberry Pi website this half term to create our own little coding projects. Click on the link below to create a Scratch project called ‘Alien Language’. Follow the instructions on screen to create this project. Use the ‘hints’ bar to help you with steps you are stuck on.

 

 

Wednesday 24th June 2020

Staying Healthy

Today we would like you to choose your own way to keep healthy. This could be with Joe Wicks, yoga or a meditation with Jamie, a GoNoodle dance or you could even just have a good dance to your favourite song!

 

Reading

Miss Walker's and Miss Howes' Groups: Log in to Oxford Owl and find yesterday’s story ‘Green Island’. Remind yourself of what had happened in the story so far and explain it to a grown up.

Now turn to page 14 and read the story to the end.

Now write a book review for Green Island using this template to help!

Miss Rowland's Group: Today you are going to read a text all about something that is found by two people in the park. Have you ever been to the park and found something exciting? Without looking at what the text is about today, have a guess what you think the strange yet wonderful thing is that they find in the park!

Now follow the link to open the text and find someone in your house to read the text with. Take it in turns to read a paragraph each. Once you have finished, discuss what you thought of the story with the person you are reading with.

Did you enjoy it? Why/ why not? What do you think will happen next? 

Now answer the questions in your home learning book. 

Miss Potter's and Miss Upton's Groups: Click on the picture to follow the link and read the short extract of 'Not Now Bernard' and answer the questions below. 

Not Now, Bernard: Amazon.co.uk: McKee, David: Books

  1. What did Dad do when Bernard spoke to him?
  2. Where was Mum when Bernard spoke to her? 
  3. What do you think Bernard wanted to speak to them about?

 

Writing

It is Wednesday, which means it is ‘Handwriting’ day! This week we are going to focus on the letters: i, o, n, w. This needs to be done slowly on lined paper or in your home learning book. No rushing- we can tell if you do! Take your time... You need to write a line of each letter as well as a line of these words: now, won, coin, noun. Remember not to rush and not to leave too much space in between each letter or word (just a finger space).

Use these links to help you with the formation of these letters:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPJYN-mx9OA  (I)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUg1p-pk_CE  (O)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF5RnWZHf3w  (N)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xKIFvVG1gg  (W)

Can you think of any other words containing these letters? Write those out too in your neatest handwriting to finish! 

Maths

Miss Rowland's and Higgins' Groups: Your first task today is to recap your learning from yesterday by completing this activity. Click on ‘litres and half litres’ and enjoy playing the game: http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/capacity/index.html

Now click on the link to today’s lesson. It’s all about word problems! https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-solve-word-problems-that-involve-litres

Miss Howes' and Miss Walker's Groups: Follow the link to today's maths lesson all about money!  

 

Topic

Today we are going to carry on looking at the work of Florence Nightingale and how the hospitals she worked in were so different from the hospitals we go to today. Follow this link to an episode of ‘Magic Grandad’ all about Florence Nightingale.

Now follow the link to today’s activity!

 

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Staying Healthy

Start your day with a 5 Minute Move!

 

Reading

Miss Walker's and Miss Howes' Groups: Log in to Oxford Owl and find the story ‘Green Island’. Have a look at the front cover and make a prediction about what you think the story will be about.

Open the book and read up to page 13. Today, we would like you to focus on putting lots of expression into your voice as you read. This means you need to look out for the punctuation will tells to change your voice in that sentence.

. – pause

, - take a quick breath

? – ask a question

! – exclaim!

Miss Rowland's Group: Today I would like you to log on to ‘Oxford Owl’ and find the book ‘Animal Magic’.

Turn to the inside cover of the book and read the ‘Challenge Words’. After doing this, your job is to write a full sentence in your home learning book, each with a ‘challenge’ word in it. This will show me that you understand what the ‘challenge words’ mean. Then I would like you to read the book, taking it in turns to read a page each with someone in your house. Finally, complete ‘Play Activity 1’ and ‘Play Activity 2’ in the tabs above the book.

Miss Potter's and Miss Upton's Groups: Click on the link to go to Phonics Play. Choose a sound you would like to practise. Look below to see which Phase you need to focus on.

Miss Potter: Phase 4/5

Miss Upton: Phase 5

 

Writing

Today we are continuing our writing work around the story ‘The Seaside Switch’ by Kathleen Kudlinski.

Yesterday you wrote, drew pictures and labelled all the creatures mentioned in the sea that were seen when the tide came in. This week, our writing task is going to be to write a non-chronological report about a sea creature of your choice!

Today, you need to choose which sea creature you will be wanting to focus on. You can choose one from the story or think of a different sea creature you like.

Research your chosen creature as much as you can - use the Kiddle search engine to help you! Think about these sections: Appearance (what it looks like), Diet (what it eats) and Habitat (where it lives). 

We'd love to see your research so remember to send the work you are super proud of to Y2@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk!

 

Maths

Miss Rowland's and Miss Higgins' Groups: Get your brain in gear by practising your 2x, 5x and 10x tables. 

In this lesson we are going to estimate and measure in litres. Click on the link to start learning.Don’t forget to complete all of the tasks!

Miss Howes' and Miss Walker's Groups: Follow the link to continue learning about money in today's lesson! 

 

Topic

Today we are going to carry on looking at the village of Mugurameno. Can you remember which country it is in? Can you remember which continent it is in?

Last week we looked at Mugurameno on a map and watched a video. Then we compared their village school to our school.

Today we are going to look at the houses in Mugurameno village and how they are similar and different to our houses! Follow the link and go through the slides with a grown up in your house. Talk about what you can see in each of the pictures you look at. Then complete the 3 activities.

 

Brain Breaks

Check in with the animals at Edinburgh Zoo!

 

Monday 22nd June 2020

Staying Healthy

Join Jamie for a 'Tiny the T-Rex' yoga adventure!

 

Reading

Miss Walker's and Miss Howes' Groups: Today's story is 'Spike: The Hedgehog Who Lost His Prickles'.  

Have a look at the front cover and write a sentence in your home learning book about what you think this story is going to be about. 

I think 'Spike: The Hedgehog Who Lost His Prickles' is going to be about _______________.

Now follow the link and listen to or read the 2 extracts. As you listen, think about these things:

  • Did you expect the balloons to carry Spike into the air?

  • How do you think Spike felt?

  • What do you think he saw when he travelled twice around the world?

  • What did you think of the ending?

Then complete Activity 1 and Activity 2 in your home learning book!

Miss Rowland's Group: Today for your inference work, there is a picture named ‘Magic Carpet’. Before looking at the picture, have a guess what you think the picture is going to look like. Describe your guess to someone in your house.

Now open the link and then have a look at the inference picture. Does it look like what you thought it would? Focus closely upon the picture, look at all the little details in the picture. Today I would like you to have a go at answering the 7 questions out loud to an adult in your house. Remember to give full sentence answers and make sure you give reasons for your answers from the picture!

Miss Potter's and Miss Upton's Groups: To start the week, today we would like you to grab a book, get comfy and enjoy the story. Email us the name of your book and why you chose it. 

Reading Quotes For Kids Simple Best 25 Reading Quotes Kids Ideas ...

Writing

This week in Writing, we are going to use the book ‘The Seaside Switch’ by Kathleen Kudlinski.

Follow the link and listen to the story. While you are listening, write down all the sea creatures that are described in the story. How many did you get?!

Today we would like you to draw all the creatures you have written down, labelling them with 3 descriptive phrases each. For example, if I drew a sea crab, my three labels could be:

  1. Sharp, pointy claws to grab food with.
  2. Bright, orange shell to keep me safe.
  3. Tiny, black eyes to see what is around me.  

Draw at least 5 sea creatures with their labels attached. Colour them in too if you have time!

 

Maths

Miss Rowland's and Miss Higgins' Groups: Your first task this week is to scrub up your 3 times table knowledge by playing this game: Hit The Button. Click on 'Times Tables' then '3x'. Good luck!

This week we are going to continue learning about measures. We are going to be moving on to learn about capacity and volume. Click on the link to start your lesson.

Remember to complete the quiz, watch the video, and complete the independent task!

Miss Howes' and Miss Walker's Groups: This week we are going to be working with money! Follow the link for today's lesson!

 

Topic 

As we know, it is more important than ever to wash our hands really carefully to keep germs away, when we are at home, out-and-about or in school!

Click on the link for today’s lesson where you will be able to put together a ‘Lockdown Time Capsule’ and learn more about staying healthy by washing our hands!

 

Brain Breaks

Get doodling today with Mo! Follow the link and either watch or join in!

 

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Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

Tel: 0161 205 3864

Email: j.kerton@mostonlane.manchester.sch.uk