Friday 22^{nd} May.
We have looked at different ways of writing the ‘or’ sound this week.
Practise your handwriting and spelling the words using al, aw & au. Remember it is really important to look at the letter sizing  make sure tall letters are tall and if they have a tail , make sure it goes under your line.
Then look at the list of words in your handwriting – can you then draw and label your own pictures using the different words? Can you put them into your own sentences using the conjunctions  and, because or but?
Friday CLIC challenge
See if you can beat your score from last week. Pick the correct challenge for you. Good luck, remember one minute!
White Rose Maths  Challenge
Click on the link below to see the friday family challenge.
https://wrm13b48.kxcdn.com/wpcontent/uploads/2020/05/FamilyChallengeFriday22nd.pdf
Thursday 21st May
Today we will revise the 3 alternative spellings for ‘or’ that we have looked at this week.
Using the pictures on the sheet, decide which spelling is correct and label each picture.
You can either print the sheet or draw your own and label correctly. Try putting the words into sentences.
Maths  White Rose Maths
Click on the link to watch the videos Lessons 3 and 4. They relate to the 2x table and the 5x table
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/.
Wednesday 20^{th} May
So far this week we’ve looked at ‘al’ and ‘aw’ for making the common ‘or’ sound. Today we will look at the less used one of ‘au’. This is used in words such as – autumn, August, haunted.
To begin with, have a go at this game. Using a dice (or an online dice on Google) see what you roll and what you need to read. Can you spot any of the words you read in your any reading books this week?
Next, can you decide which of these ‘au’ words are real or nonsense words. If you can print the sheet off, you can colour them in or you could make a list of real / nonsense words. We would then like you to write some of the real ‘au’ words into your own sentences. Another task could be to find out the meaning of these words and write the definitions to create your own 'au' dictionary page.
Tuesday 19^{th} May
This week we are looking at alternative spellings of the phoneme ‘or’. Yesterday we looked at the ‘al’ spelling. Today we shall focus on the ‘aw’ spelling.
We see this version of ‘or’ in words such as – hawk, draw, awful, crawl.
Watch this video clip to see some more words  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHpyJ5svbgM
Can you spot all the ‘aw’ words in this postcard? Make a list of the words you find and then write them into you own sentences.
Tuesday 19th May
counting  Today count in 5s. Find all the multiples of 5 on a 100 square. What patterns do you notice?
Learn Its  recap the calculations from yesterday. This will help you for yorFriday challenge.
It’s Nothing new coin multiplication. Look at the 2 digit numbers. Times each number by 1 then by 10. Can you see any patterns. For example  1 x 34 10 x 34 1 x 23 10 x23
Calculations  add tens numbers
50 +90 = 60 +50 = 70 + 70=. 80+40=
Maths  Whiterose lesson 2
click on the link https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
keep telling the time.
Telling the Time
At the beginning of lockdown, the first week we asked you to keep telling the time. Through talking to parents, some of you are still doing this. This is great, the best way to learn is to keep trying. Below are a few activities to help you.
1. Start with o'clock. Every time you see it is an o clock time, ask your child "What is the time?" Keep doing this until they get o clock. To challenge them you could ask them "What time will it be in one hours time?" of "What time was it an hour ago?"
2. Then move onto half past. The minute hand has moved half way around the clock face. Do the same thing again, every time it is half past, ask your child "What is the time?"
3. Then move onto quarter past, then quarter to.
4. Talk to the children about the hands, hour hand  short hand, minute hand  long hand, second hand usually thinner and a different colour.
How many seconds in a minute?
How many hours in a hour?
How many hours in a day?
Keep asking these questions, until they go into their long term memory. Eventually your child will be confident with telling the time.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teachingclock
https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/tellingthetime
Telling the time can be an ongoing activity, do this practically everyday so your child gets more confident.
Learning Pit
At school we talk to the children about being a persevering parrot ðŸ¦œ and not giving up when they find things challenging. In each class, we have a learning pit. We explain to the children that it is ok to be at the bottom of that learning pit. This is good learning. Slowly, with hard work and perseverance you will come out of the learning pit and you will feel fantastic when you are successful. This feeling will drive you on to do other challenging tasks. Use this learning pit with the children at home. Learning isn’t easy at the moment, but with a positive attitude and perseverance the children will get there! Happy learning.
Monday 18^{th} May.
We have now completed the word lists for the Year 2 Common Exception Words. Over the next few weeks we will post a revision activity every Monday to complete.
Today we have 2 tasks. (to print off if you can – or an adult could make a version for you)
This week’s spelling focus will be looking at alternative spellings of the ‘or’ phoneme.
We commonly use ‘or’ in words like – fork, short, corn.
This week we will look at the alternative spellings using – al, au & aw
Today we are looking at ‘al’. This is the phoneme used in words such as – walk, stalk, ball, fall. This digraph (2 letters making one sound) is often followed by another ‘l’
Have a look at the story below – how many ‘al’ words can you spot? Remember the ‘al’ needs to make the ‘or’ sound.
Make a list of the words you find and then put them into your own sentences.
There was once a very tall man called Mr Chalk who lived with his dog, called Fido. Every day, he put on his hat and coat in the hallway, picked up a ball and said,
‘Come on, Fido! It’s time for your walk.’
Fido and his owner always went the same way so that Mr Chalk could have a talk with his friend Bob at his flower stall in the market. On the way, as they passed the old castle walls, the rain started to fall in enormous splashy drops so they ran to the market hall as fast as they could.
Monday 18th April CLIC
Counting  This week in counting we are Counting Multiples. This week we will count in 2s, 5s, 10s and 3s.
Today  count in 2s. If you have a blank 100 square, colour the multiples of 2 and find the pattern. Ask an adult to write a sequence out and you have to fill in the missing numbers. For a challenge go to https://www.topmarks.co.uk/mathsgames/hitthebutton Play the 2x table game. How many can you get right before the timer finishes.
Learn its  Try these learn its. Then write a fact family for each one.
6+8= ___ 5+7= +____ 5+8= ___ 5+9=___ 6+9=___ 7+9= _____
It's Nothing New  Coin multiplication  The building blocks for coin multiplication come about by taking a given number (usually a 2d number) and then finding the 1st, 2nd, 5th, 10th and 20th multiples of the number. They can find these multiples by simply multiplying by 10, halving and doubling. This week, we are going to start with finding the first and 10th multiple.
x32  
1  32 
10  320 
x24  
1  24 
10  240 
x42  
1  ? 
10  ? 
Calculating  Addition I can add any 2 digit tens number to another one
80+60= 50 + 30 = 80+ 80 = 30 +40 = 70 + 40 =
Now try some of your own.
Maths  This week we will be looking at multiplication and repeated addition. Click on the link below to watch the video.
Friday 16^{th} May.
It’s our final day using the suffix ‘tion’.
Using the website link below, choose the ‘Wordsearch’ option in ‘Free Games’
https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/games127.htm
Play the game a few times and try to improve your score – the words are in different positions each time!
There is also a wordsearch here for you to print off and complete if you have a printer.
CLIC
That time of week has come round again. Get that timer ready and see how many you can get right in one minute. Choose your right Step. Have fun!
Adding to 100
Click on the link below to watch the video. Lesson 4.
Thursday 14^{th} May.
If you are able to download a PowerPoint onto your device then there is a pairs game for you to play. Try to match the ‘tion’ word to the picture.
Your written work today is to complete the Spelling Crossword Challenge. Again this can be printed out or an adult could draw up a copy for you.
CLIC  Thursday
Counting  Partitioning how many different 2 digit and and 3 digit numbers can you partition. Use a part part whole to help you.
Learn its  2x table and 5x table. Complete the sequence patterns. Then play one of the times tables games from earlier in the week.
2, ___, ____, 8, ___, 12, ___, ___, ___, 20, ___, ___, 26, ___, ___
5, 10, ___, ___, 25, ___, ___, ___, 45, 50, ___, 60, ___, ___, 75, __
It's Nothing New  Find the missing number to make 100.
60 + ___ = 100 23 + ___ = 100 89 + ___ = 100
68 + ___ = 100 45 + ___ = 100 37 + ___ = 100
Calculating  I can spot the next multiple of 10. You may need a 100 square to help you. Find 73, circle it. what is the nearest multiple of 10?
Find ...
56 → 60, 28 → ___ 42 → ___ 78 → ___ 67 → ___ 21 → ___
Wednesday 13^{th} May.
What are the ‘tion’ words that you’ve been learning this week – can you make a list from memory?
Today we would like you to complete the handwriting sheet – taking care with your sizing and formation of letters. Either print out the sheet or copy carefully onto lined paper.
Once you have practised your spelling / handwriting can you put some of these words into sentences. Remember to check capital letters and full stops. Think about using conjunctions to make your sentences longer, such as – and, but & because.
Maths
click on the link to watch the video for lesson 3.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
Try the problem of the day below. Have fun!
CLIC
Counting  I can partition a 3 digit number. Use Squiggleworth to partition these numbers.
365 = 300+60+5 482= _____ + ____ + ___ 891 = ____ + ___ + ___
Now try some of your own.
Learn its  Recap your 2x table and your 5x table.
https://www.timestables.co.uk/timestablesmemory.html
It's Nothing New  Jigsaw numbers. Find the missing number to make 10.
2+ __ = 10 5 + ___ = 10 7 + ___ = 10 6 + ____ = 10 1 + ___ = 10
Use this knowledge to find the missing number to the next multiple to 10.
32+ ____ = 40 15 + _____ = 20 67 + ____ = 70 56 + ____ = 60
Use this knowledge to find the missing number to 100.
54 + ____ = 100 82 + ____ = 100 32 + ____ = 100 78 + ____ = 100
Calculating 
I can take 10 from a 2 digit number. Use a 100 square to help you if you need one.
43  10 = ___ 78  10 = ____ 21  10 = _____ 89  10 = _____ 35  10 = ___
Tuesday 12^{th} May.
We are looking at the ‘shun’ suffix this week. Today we will continue to look at the ‘tion’ spelling.
I’d like an adult to read out these words to you. First clap the syllables in each word then have a go at spelling them. Remember that they will all have the ‘tion’ suffix.
Once you’ve got the correct spelling of each one. Have a go at writing them out by ‘boxing up’ the words. This is when we use boxes around the phonemes to show tall (ascenders), small and tail letters (descenders).
There is also a Boxing Up sheet for you to try. You need to fit the words on the sheet into the correct box shapes.
CLIC  Maths Tuesday 12th May
Counting  Use Squiggleworth to help you partition 2d numbers. A challenge for you, if I partition the number can you put it back together again.
60+3 =___ 70+2= ___ 80+9= ___ 20+1= ___ 30+7=___
Learn Its  Keep working on your 2x table. Recap your 5x table. Do any of the calculations have the same answer.
It's Nothing New  Jigsaw numbers  Find the missing number
32+__ =40 61+ ___= 70 85+___= 90 43+ ___ = 50
Calculation  Using your jigsaw calculations can you reverse them to make a subtraction.
40___ = 32 70___= 61 90___=85 50___= 43
Maths
Click on the link below to watch the video and solve the calculations.
Monday 11^{th} May.
Good morning everyone. I hope you enjoyed the sunshine this weekend and the VE day celebrations, if you took part in any.
We are now on the last set of Common Exception words to learn. This final set has 13 words. Remember to keep practising the other ones. We will do some revision of the words over the coming weeks.
This week our spelling focus will be the suffix that sounds like ‘shun’. This can be made using ‘tion’ / ‘sion’ and ‘cian’. Its sounds like ‘shun’
This is a tricky one because it isn’t spelt how it sounds. But there is a rule to help us.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1h63fewUc
The most common ‘shun’ suffix is ‘tion’. This is the one will look at this week.
If the root word ends with 't' or 'te' / or if there is no definite root word then we use tion: invent – invention, celebrate – celebration
Use the Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check sheet to practice your spelling of these words. You can either print these out or write your own versions out.
Monday 11th April  CLIC
Meet Squiggleworth. Squiggleworth helps the children to partition numbers.
Counting  Partition 2 digit numbers.
68 73 21 36 82 99 81 62 45 72
Learn Its
This week we will focus on the 2x table. Throughout the week, count in 2s. Write out the sequence. Can you find the missing numbers from the sequence.
2, 4, 6,____, 10, ___, ____, _____, 18, 20, ____
32, 30, 28, ___, _____, 22, 20, ____, 16, ____.
Can you write your own sequences. Can you spot any patterns in the numbers? Are they all odd or even?
It's Nothing New
Jigsaw numbers  I can find the missing piece to the next multiple of 10.
Remember to check the ones digit.
Think about your number bonds to 10.
32 + ___ = 40 61 + ___ = 70 45 + ____ = 50 23 + ____ = 30
Calculation
Pick a 2 digit number. What is the next multiple of 10?
23 → 30
45 → 50
Now try and solve these...
56 → 72 → 61 → 87 → 43 → 38 →
Maths
Adding and subtracting tens
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year2andp3lessons/1
Friday 8th May
Happy VE Day Everyone!
We've loved seeing your preparations on the Maun Community Facebook page. Some beautiful bunting designs and posters. We hope you enjoy the celebrations whatever you do.
As it is officially a bank holiday we won't be setting any work today. However, here are a few VE Day activities for you if you want to do them. Have a lovely weeekend and we'll be back on Monday with new English and Maths learning.
Thursday 7^{th} May.
Today’s focus for handwriting and sentence writing are
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTpHoiSobjE
White Rose Maths  Thursday 6th May
Maths  Add and Subtract ones
Click on the link to watch the video.
CLIC  Challenge
As it is a Bank Holiday on Friday, we are bringing the Friday CLIC challenge forward to today. See if you can beat your score from last week.
Step 5
7+2=  5+3=  9+9=  9x10=  5x10= 
3+4=  6+3=  7+7=  8x10=  4+7= 
5+2=  6+2=  6+6=  3+8=  8+4= 
2+4=  9+2=  8+8=  9+4=  10x6= 
7x10=  10x2=  
4x10=  10x3=  
10x10=  3+9=  
1x10= 
Step 6
9+9=  7+4=  10x10  8+7=  5x4= 
7+7=  5x10=  3+8=  8x5=  5x3= 
6+6=  4+9=  10x9=  2x5=  8+9= 
8+8=  10x8=  2x10=  7+6=  1X5= 
6x10=  9+3=  5x9=  5x5=  
10x1  4x10  7x5=  5X6=  
10x7  4+8  10x5=  6+5=  
3x10  5+4= 
Step 7
8+4= 
4+7=  8x5=  5x5=  4x2=  2x7= 
3x10=  1x10=  7+6=  5x9=  1x2=  3x2= 
10x9=  8+3=  2x5=  8+7=  8+6=  10x2= 
10x4=  10x7=  1x5=  5+4=  7+9=  5+9= 
8x10=  4+9=  5x4=  10x5 
2x8= 
5+8= 
10x10=  10x6=  8+9=  5+6=  6+9=  5+7= 
9+3=  5x10=  5x6=  5x7=  6x2=  2x2= 
3x5=  9x2=  2x5= 
Good luck. Set the timer for one minute, see if you can beat your score from last week.
Wednesday 6^{th} May
Today the focus for your handwriting is –
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t0C01G_sCsQ
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvwwxnb/articles/zcyv4qt
Remember to use you words in sentences of your own.
Wednesday 6th May  Maths
We are continuing with work on Fact families. You will use some of knowledge from CLIC when you have thought about related facts, for example; 1+2=3, 10+20=30
Click on the link below to watch the video.
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
Use the part part whole method when you are splitting your numbers.
CLIC
Look at the CLIC challenges from yesterday.
counting How many different ways can you split the following numbers?
12. 17. 26. 42. 18. 63. 52
recap your learn its so you are ready for the Friday challenge! We may do this challenge on Thursday this week.
Double 30. Double 80. Double 20. Double 10. Double 90
Recap your 2x table. Play a game of pairs with your 2x table. Write all the calculations on one set of cards. Write all the answers on another set of cards. See if you can match all the cards up. Have fun!
Tuesday 5^{th} May.
Every day this week we will continue to give you a chance to practise spelling patterns and rules that we have already learnt in class this year. Each day will consist of 2 handwriting sheets (either to print out or to copy yourself on lined paper). Once you have practised writing the words, we would like you to use them in your own sentences. Can you spot the words in any books? Can you write a story using as many of the words that you can? Can you draw a picture containing as many of the words and label them all? Don’t forget we’d love to see your work posted to the Year 2 thread on the Maun Community Facebook page.
Today the focus is –
‘le’ at the end of words as the ‘l’ sound when used in words such as  apple / table / bubble
‘el’ as the ‘l’ sound when used in words such as – camel / tunnel / squirrel
Here’s a video to recap the rule. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvNeBxVuXxI
Maths  Tuesday
Use the ten frame to help you answer the questions below.
CLIC  Tuesday
Counting  working with numbers to 20. How many different ways can you reorganise 14. count out 14 objects (pencils, straws etc) split them into 2 groups. 7+7 or 10+4. Pick a different number. How many different ways can you split it?
Learn its  Learn the learn its from yesterday. Also try 6+6= 7+7= 8+8= 9+9=
It's Nothing New  Doubles  I can double a 2 digit multiple of 10.
double 20 double 40 double 60 double 70 double 30 double 80
Calculating  Learn your 2x table. See if you can write them as a repeated addition.
4x2 is the same as 2+2+2+2
Now try some of your own.
VE Day
On Friday, the nation will be celebrating VE Day. Below are some activities for you to do. Make bunting to decorate your house, read the photo slides to find out about the past. More activities will come throughout the week.
Monday 4^{th} May.
Hello everyone. It’s time for the next set of ten common exception words. We hope you’re continuing to learn the previously set words. Today’s words are –
Since September we have learnt lots of different spelling rules and patterns. Today we’d like you to practice handwriting some words using rules we have already learnt. These rules are –
Use the handwriting sheets (either to print out or to copy yourself) and practice these words. If you are writing them out onto paper, make sure you have lines as this will help you to stay neat. Think carefully about the sizing of your letters and how they are formed.
Use the image below to remind you of the formation / sizing of the letters.
Once you have written the words choose some to put into your own sentences. Remember your capital letters and full stops and may be try to use some conjunctions like – and, but & because.
Monday  CLIC
Counting:
All week count in 2s, 5s and 10s. If you have a hundred square colour the numbers. Do any numbers fall in all three sequences? What do you notice about these numbers?
Learn Its:
How quickly can you answer these calculations?
4+2= 5+2= 6+2= 7+2= 9+2= 4+3= 5+3= 6+3=
It's Nothing New:
Doubles  I can double a 1 digit number. I can double a 2 digit number.
double 3 = double 5= double 1= double 4= double 6=
double 22= double 34= double 41= double 72= double 83=
Calculation:
I can solve a repeated addition.
5+5+5= is the same as 3x5
2+2+2+2= is the same as 4x2
10+10+10+10+10 is the same as 5x10
Have a go at writing your own repeated additions using 2s, 5s and 10s.
Maths  Fact Families
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
This week in maths we are going to work on Fact Families and numbers up 20. Click on the link above to watch the video.
A Fact family consists of 4 calculations all using the same numbers. For example
3+4=7
4+3=7
74=3
73=4
Try some at home.
Friday 1^{st} May
It’s our final day on possessive apostrophes.
I’d like you to write a description for some of the pictures below using the possessive apostrophe. You can either print a picture out or draw one yourself.
Here’s my description for the clown picture – may be you could choose a different one to write about.
The clown’s hair is green. The bowtie’s dots are yellow.
The sock’s stripes are red and white. The clown’s shirt has yellow buttons.
The flower’s petals are purple.
Friday  White Rose Maths
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year2/
Click on the link above and you can watch some short clips linked to measuring and fractions. Enjoy watching.
Friday CLIC Challenge
Choose your step. Step 5, step 6 or step 7. Answer as many calculations as you can in one minute. See if you can beat your score from last week.
4+3=  5+2=  8+8=  2x10=  10x9= 
7+2=  9+2=  7+7=  10x3=  4+7= 
5+3=  3+6=  9+9=  10x6=  8x10= 
4+2=  2+6=  6+6=  10x10=  10x7= 
5x10=  9+3=  
4+8=  1x10=  
4+9=  4x10=  
8+3= 
Step 6
8+8=  2x10=  7x10=  5x5=  10x5= 
7+7=  10x4=  10x6=  9x5=  7x5= 
9+9=  3+8=  8+4=  6+7=  7+8= 
6+6=  9x10=  4+9=  5x1=  5x2= 
10x3=  10x5=  8+9=  6+5=  
1x10=  8x10=  5+4=  6X5=  
7+4=  9+3=  5x4=  5x3=  
10x10=  8x5= 
Step 7
5x10=  10x8=  5+6=  5+4=  7+5=  7+9= 
10x4=  3+9=  8+7=  2x5=  10x2=  2x8= 
9x10=  1x10=  5x1=  5x4=  6+9=  9x2= 
4+9=  7+4=  10x5=  5x5=  2x2=  2x1= 
10x2=  6x10=  7x5=  5x6=  6+8=  2x6= 
4+8=  10x7=  5x3=  8+9=  2x7=  5+9= 
10x10=  10x3=  6+7=  8x5=  3x2=  5x2= 
3+8=  9x5=  5x8=

2x4= 
Good luck. You can try these again next week to see if you can beat your score.
Thursday 30^{th} April.
Read the story below – an adult can help you with the reading. Can you find all the possessive apostrophe words? Be careful – some of the apostrophes might be for contractions. You are looking for the possessive ones.
Can you write your own story / silly sentences using some possessive apostrophes? We’d love to see them uploaded on the Maun Community Facebook page if you do!
Thursday  Maths
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tgga92pizzafractionsgame
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tn2545029fractionshalvesvideo
Check out these videos, click on the links.
Thursday CLIC
Counting  pick 5 2 digit numbers and put them into order.
Learn its  Play the 10x table loop card game. See below, attached cards. Or play one of the games from yesterday.
Its Nothing new  add in ones 3+4, then swap the ones for tens  30 + 40, then swap the tens for hundreds 300 + 400
2+7= 20+70= 200+700= 3+5= 30+50= 300+500=
Do you notice any patterns?
Calculations  Subtraction
I can take 10 away from a multiple of 10
8010= 9010= 4010= 12010= 18010= 23010=
Wednesday 29^{th} April.
Remember an apostrophe is used to show when something belongs to someone or something.
Use the pictures to write a sentence about them – making sure you use a possessive apostrophe. Don’t worry if you can’t print off the sheet, you can draw the pictures yourself to write a sentence for them.
For example  The girl's dress is stripy.
Maths  White Rose
see if you can find a half. Remember you need two equal parts.
CLIC
Counting
I can understand 2 digit numbers
pick any 5 2digit numbers and put them into order starting with the smallest. If they have the same tens number, then look at the ones column.
Learn It’s
Continue learning your 10x table. Play some of the games suggested yesterday. Time yourself and see how many you get right in one minute.
It’s Nothing New
Continue to add tens. 30+40= 50+10=. 70+40=.
Then pick 2 calculations and compare them. For example 20+60 is greater than 30+10
50+20 is less than 40+60. See how many calculations you can compare. Can you find any that are equal to each other? for example. 20+40 is equal to 30+30
Calculation
add a 2digit number and a 1 digit number together.
13+5=. 46 + 8=. 62+7=. 12+3=. 89+4=
How many can you solve in one minute?
happy learning ðŸ˜€
Tuesday 28^{th} April.
Our focus this week is using an apostrophe to show possession. Here is a video to remind you of the rule  https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1englishapostropheswithsashatyler/z49hd6f
Complete these sentences choosing the correct word. You can either print out the document below of write the sentences out yourself if you do not have a printer.
CLIC  Maths
Counting  Count in ones to 100. Count backwards. Look at the parts of the hundred square and fill in the missing numbers.
Learn It's
Learn you 10x table
Try mathsisfun.com
topmarks.co.uk  play cocunut multiples
Play a game of pairs. Write out a set of 10x tables without the answers. On different cards write the answers 10 to 100. Then turn all the cards upside down. Play pairs, match the calculation to the answer. The winner is the one with the most cards.
It's nothing new
I can add hundreds if you can add 20 + 30= can you add 200 + 300= Can you spot any patterns?
Try these, then write your own.
300+400= 500+600= 100+400= 700+800= 200+ 900= 400+200=
Calculating
Use a hundred square and find 10 more than any given number. If you have one printed off you could colour the squares.
Maths  Equal parts.
Continue making equal parts to develop your understanding of fractions.
Monday 27^{th} April.
Good Morning all – we hope you had a lovely weekend and are ready for some more online learning this week. Here is your next set of 10 common exception words to learn. Try to learn them in different ways – How many times can you write each word in a minute? Hide words around the house / garden, play pairs with words, box the words up to show the tall (t,d,h,k,l,b)/ small letters (e,r,u,i,o,a,s,z,x,c,v,n,m,w) / tail letters (q,y,p,f,g,j,).
Spelling Focus for w/c 27^{th} April. Possessive apostrophe.
Monday 27^{th} April
An apostrophe is a punctuation mark that looks like this ' It is used in different ways. In class we have already learnt about using it in contracted words like – can’t isn’t, don’t. This week we are looking at how to use an apostrophe to show possession. We call this a possessive apostrophe as it shows that something belongs to someone or something.
For example –
The Queen’s crown was shiny. (The crown belongs to the Queen)
Sally’s mum gave her some pocket money. (Mum belongs to Sally)
At the pond, the toad jumped on the frog’s lillypad. (the lillypad belongs to the frog)
Rewrite these sentences and put in where the apostrophe is needed to show possession. You could then draw the pictures to go with them and come up with your own sentences.
Dans bike was broken.
The childrens assembly was about Harvest time.
I wore my sisters dress to a party.
The flowers petals blew away in the wind.
At the café, the waiter brought the mans soup to the table.
CLIC  Monday 27th April
Counting I can understand numbers to 20. This week you can play with numbers to 20. Make your own number line from 0  20. Pick 2 numbers from your number line and compare them
13 is greater than 11. 12 is less than 19. Can you put the correct symbols in to show this? < or >.
Learn its 
Try these calculations. How quickly can you solve them.
7+4 = 8+4= 9+4= 8+3= 9+3=
Can you see any patterns? Can you write out the fact family for each multiplication. You need to have 2 additions and 2 subtractions for each one.
It's Nothing New 
Add tens 30 +40= 60+20= 20+80= 10+50=
Can you make your own calculations up?
How many different ways can you make 80, only adding tens. Can you spot any patterns?
Addition 
I can add 10 to any 2 digit number.
43+10= 67+10= 21+10= 45+10=
Now write your own. Can you spot any patterns?
Maths  week beginning 27th April.
This week we are making equal groups. This work will lead into making simple fractions.
Friday 24th April.
carry 
key 
baby 
jelly 
boy 
bunny 
ray 
valley 
spray 
reply 
story 
cry 
donkey 
tray 
day 
play 
lady 
toy 
pony 
lolly 
Print and cut the words out to play different games  or write out your own on to strips of paper / card.
CLIC Challenge
It's Friday, see if you can answer the questions in one minute. How many do you think you will get done? Good luck. Ask your child if they are on Step 5, Step 6 or Step 7.
6+2=  5+2=  9+9=  8+4=  9x10= 
2+9=  7+2=  8+8=  7x10=  10x2= 
4+3=  3+5=  7+7=  4+9=  7+4= 
6+3=  4+2=  6+6=  3x10=  3+8= 
10x10=  10x8=  
10x5=  1x10=  
3+9=  6x10=  
10x4= 
Step 6
9+9=  3+9=  4+8=  7+6=  5+4= 
8+8=  10x5=  10x1=  5x4=  7+8= 
7+7=  3x10=  4+9=  1x5=  5+6= 
6+6=  7+4=  10x10=  5x5=  9x5= 
9x10=  8+3=  8+9=  10x5=  
8x10=  10x6=  6x5=  7x5=  
7x10=  2x10=  5x8=  5x2=  
10x4=  3x5= 
Step 7
9x10=  10x8=  3x5=  7+6=  6+9=  8+6= 
10x6=  3+8=  8+9=  9x5=  8+5=  2x2= 
7+4=  4+9=  5+6=  5x5=  4x2=  5+7= 
8+4=  10x2=  5x10=  5x6=  7+9=  2x8= 
10x7=  3+9=  4+5=  2x5=  7x2=  6x2= 
1x10=  10x10=  5x1=  8x5=  2x9=  3x2= 
10x5=  10x3=  5x4=  7+8=  5+9=  1x2= 
4x10=  5x7=  10x2=  5x2= 
On your marks get set Go! One minute! Have fun, see if you can beat your score from last time.
Thursday 23^{rd} April.
Read the following short silly story. Find all the words that contain the ‘ies’ plural.
Could you rewrite this story neatly and illustrate it with pictures?
Could you write your own silly story using ‘ies’ words?
I know some ladies who ride ponies but the ponies keep stopping to eat berries! At least they don’t eat the lovely daisies. The ladies babies have to stay in the garden and enjoy the clear blue skies with their nappies. On the way back, the ladies found some pennies and saw some wild bunnies. Suddenly, two lorries came and scared them away. Maybe the bunnies were spies!
Websites
Continue to access the learning that we are putting on the year 2 page daily. It has been lovely to see all your photos on the Maun Community Group Facebook page. It has given us a real lift seeing that you are all working so hard and being very creative with your learning. Thank you parents and children. Below are a few reminders of different websites that parents have been using, thought it would be useful to share again. Happy learning everybody, take each day as it comes.
National literacy trust: literacytrust.org.uk (family zone)
phonics play
white rose maths  home learning This website is linked to the maths scheme that we use in school. https://white rose maths.com/home learning/
Twinkl  use key stage 1 resources
maths factor  www.themathsfactor.com
https://nrich.maths.org/ A range of activities online and offline
BBC Bitesize
BBC iplayer number blocks https://www.bbc.co.uk/CBeebies/grownups/helpyourchildwithmaths
Top Marks https://www.topmarks.co.uk/mathsgames
Boogie Beebies https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mvsc
Disney 10 minute shakeups. https://www.nhs.uk/10minuteshakeup/shakeups
Hope these help. Stay safe, stay well. The year 2 team are very proud of you children, gold stars ðŸŒŸ for you all.
Wednesday 22^{nd} April.
Today we want you to complete the attached Word document. Don’t worry if you haven’t got a printer you can copy the pictures yourself onto some paper. Spell the words as plurals then use them to write your own sentences. Make sure you include capital letters, fingers spaces and full stops. Check your sentences make sense and use neat handwriting.
Wednesday 22nd Maths
Have a go at all the new measuring challenges. Do you know how many cms are in 1metre? See if you can find out.
Once you have found out, see if you can make a line of pencils or toys that measure exactly one metre. Take a photo for the Facebook page to show us. Have fun measuring.
Tuesday 21^{st} April.
Today we will continue the spelling rule from yesterday for changing words ending in ‘y’ to a plural. Do you remember the rules?
Here’s a reminder rap! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMhMLSa5XGg
Today’s focus is on the rule when we need to drop the ‘y’ change it for ‘i’ and add ‘es’.
Using the worksheet complete the ‘Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check’ for words that this rule applies to.
Measuring
look at the challenge cards below and see how many you can complete. Don’t forget to upload your photos of your work onto the Facebook post so we can see all your hard work. Go for it children, we are so proud of you all.
Monday 20^{th }April.
Welcome back after our Easter break. We are back and raring to go with some new learning for this term. This week we have another set of 10 Common Exception Words for you to learn. We hope you’ve been continuing to learn and practise the 20 that we have already set you in previous weeks.
This week your 10 words are –
Spelling Focus for week of Monday 20^{th} April.
This week we are looking at the spelling rule for changing words ending in ‘y’ into plurals.
Such as toy – toys, key – keys, baby – babies, lorry – lorries.
There are 2 main rules to know.
Rule 1.
If the letter before the ‘y’ is a vowel (a,e,i,o,u) then you simply add an ‘s’ to make it a plural. This happens in words like – toys, keys, monkeys, trays, boys etc.
Rule 2.
This rule is slightly trickier and will be the main focus this week.
If the letter before the vowel is a consonant (all other letters of alphabet except vowels) then you need to drop the ‘y’ and change it to ‘i’ then add ‘es’
This happens in words like – babies, families, stories, berries.
Watch the tutorial video on  https://howtospell.co.uk/ytoiesorspluralrule
There is a quiz to do at the end.
Maths 20th April
New week, new learning. This week in maths we are going to do measuring so get those rulers ready!
Challenges
1. use your cm ruler to draw lines at different lengths. See if you can draw lines counting in 2s, see how they get longer each time.
2. use your knowledge of times tables. Get an adult to give you a stable to solve, 4x2= then use your ruler to draw a line that length.
3. solve an addition problem. Fred needs two bits of string. He cuts one length at 20cm. He cuts the second length at 13cm. How many cms does he cut altogether?
4. draw Simple shapes using a ruler. Challenge yourself by making the sides 5cm long. Draw a square, triangle and hexagon. What else can you draw?
happy measuring ðŸ˜€
Friday 3rd April.
It’s our final homophone lesson, we’re finishing off with another day looking at their, there & they’re.
Watch the video and do the quiz  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEgtjrAcRIo
Remember
their = belonging to someone
there = direction or position of something
they’re = contraction of they are
Now complete these sentences using the correct homophone. Don’t forget your neat handwriting.
Thursday 2nd April.
We’re still looking at homophones today, but we are focussing on their, there & they’re.
Watch the video on 
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zqhpk2p/articles/z3cxrwx
and have a go at the activities on there too.
Wednesday 1st April.
For today's homophone learning, we would like you to read these sentences. Then in your best handwriting write the sentences out  but make sure you choose the correct homophone to copy.
Tuesday 31st March.
Today we are continuing with homophones.
Look at the picture clues and words below. Can you match the right homophone to the right clue.
Then use the homophones to write them in your own sentences.
This Week's Spelling Focus  w/c 30th March
This week our focus for spelling is – homophones.
We know that homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings and meanings. Words such as – sea/see, flour/flower, sail/sale.
Monday 30th March.
Play the matching game on here and then see if you can write a list of as many homophones that you can remember.
Monday 30th March  Weekly Common Exception Words Spellings
Good morning everyone, we hope you had a lovey weekend. Hopefully, you spent some time last week learning the 10 common exception words that you were set as well as the daily spelling focus on other words. This week your 10 spellings are these words 
1. old
2. cold
3. gold
4. hold
5. told
6. great
7. break
8. steak
9. pretty
10. beautiful
You can learn the words in as many fun ways that you can think of. Mrs Wright saw a video the other day of someone who stuck words on the wall and the children had to shoot their Nerf Guns at the right word! You could hide words around the garden and go on a word hunt, make a wordsearch or try and spot as many as you can in a book. Anything you can think of to help you spell them.
CLIC Learn Its Challenge  Friday 3rd April
The children love these challenges each week. Ask your child if they do Step 5 or Step 6. Write out the challenges for them. They will have 1 minute to complete them. See if you can beat your score from last week. Good luck
Step 5
3+5=  9+2=  7+7=  1x10=  7+4= 
6+3=  4+2=  6+6=  10x10=  3+8= 
6+2=  2+5=  9+9=  7x10=  10x5= 
4+3=  7+2=  8+8=  9x10=  4+8= 
4x10=  10x2=  
8x10=  9+4=  
10x6=  3+9=  
3x10= 
Above is Step 5. Remember only 1 minute to complete the challenge. See if you can beat your score from last week.
Below is step 6. Remember only 1 minute to complete the challenge. Good luck children!
7+7=  7x10=  9x10=  10x5=  1x5= 
6+6=  10x8=  10x6=  4x5=  5x2= 
9+9=  4x10=  4+7=  9+8=  6+7= 
8+8=  10x10=  5x10=  5x5=  8+7= 
9+4=  10x3=  4+5=  5+6=  
1x10=  10x2=  3x5=  5x9=  
3+8=  4+8=  5x7=  8x5=  
3+9=  6x5= 
CLIC  Thursday 2nd April
Watch the you tube video to help with dividing and sharing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdglIPNNhuI
Make a spinner, spin it twice and then add the two numbers together.
CLIC  Wednesday 1st April
Counting: Partition a 2 digit number.
88, 63, 91, 29, 73, 52
Learn Its:
Recite your 5x table.
It's Nothing New: Adding tens
40 + 20 = 50 + 10 = 80 + 20 = 20 + 10 =
Solve these calculations. Compare two of them which one is greater?
Calculating:
Collect your objects to share out.
Share 24 objects into 4 groups
Share 12 objects into 2 groups
Share 18 objects into 3 groups
How many are in each group? Which group has the most?
CLIC  Tuesday 31st March
Counting  using the part part whole method, partition the two digit numbers.
35, 67, 89, 21, 99, 34, 67
Learn its
Today, learn your 2x table
3 x 2 = 6 x 2 = 8 x 2 = 5 x 2 = 1 x 2 = 9 x 2 =
7 x 2 = 4 x 2 = 3 x 2 = 2 x 2 = 10 x 2 =
Its Nothing New
Add tens: 20 +30 = 50 + 30 = 60 + 60 = 70 + 40 =
20 + 70 = 40 + 20 = 50 + 10 =
Calculation
Division  find a pile of objects, at least 20. These can be coins, pasta shapes, rubbers, pencils, lego pieces etc.
Think about the number you are sharing, think about how many groups you are making. Share equally.
Try: Share 10 into 2 groups
Share 15 into 3 groups
Share 12 into 4 groups
Share 20 into 5 groups
Capacity
Watch the following videos about capacity
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zt9k7ty/articles/zp8crdm
https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1mathscapacityvolume/zj8njhv
Hope you have had fun solving the problems and doing lots of measuring.
Maths  Thursday
Read the challenge cards below. Pick a problem and see if you can solve one. Maybe try and write your own problem to solve.
One cup holds 5ml. Tom has 6 cups. How much does he have altogether?
Good luck.
Maths  Capacity  Wednesday
Look at the images of the jugs. Read the measurement under each jug and colour the jug to show the correct volume. Make sure you look at the scales carefully. They might not all be counting in ones.
Maths  Capacity Tuesday
Yesterday you were sorting containers from smallest to largest. You may have even seen how many cups fill a container. Today, have a look at the side of a jug and you will see a scale there. When we measure liquid, we measure it in millilitres and litres. Using a jug read the measurements below and fill the jug up with water.
200ml, 600ml, 400ml, 800ml, 500ml
Can you pour in 550ml?
Addition
If you have two jugs, pour water into both then add them up. How much have you got altogether? 300ml + 400ml = 700ml
Try: 200ml + 600ml= 700ml + 100ml = 800ml + 700ml =
Subtracting: If you have 800ml and you pour away 400ml how much have you got left?
Try: 700ml  200ml = 900ml  300ml = 800ml  500ml =
Have fun measuring the water.
Maths  Capacity 30th March
Over the next few days look at different containers, which container is the smallest which container is the biggest? Can you order 5 different containers into order from smallest to largest?
Which container do you think will hold the most or least liquid?
Find a small cup or mug. Predict how many mugs it will take to fill the larger container. Was your prediction correct.
Try this problem on the photo.
Daily English.
Everyday we will upload an English activity for you to do. This will be usually linked to a spelling focus that we would have been teaching in class if we were in school. These will be different words to the 10 common exception words that we will post each Monday.
The children will need to practise reading / spelling the words and do the daily activity. They can then practise using the words in full sentences using capital letters and full stops with neat handwriting.
Learn its Challenge
Every Friday we do a Learn Its Challenge. The children have one minute to answer the following questions. They never get the whole set finished in a minute, the idea is they try and beat their score each week. Write out the calculations for the children. There are two challenges below, step 5 and step 6. Ask your child which one they do.
They don't have to do them in order, just go for it. Happy Calculating!
Step 5:
6 + 3 =  3 + 5 =  6 + 6 =  10 x 1 =  10 x 10 = 
2 + 9 =  6 + 2 =  7 + 7 =  7 + 4 =  6 x 10 = 
4 + 2 =  5 + 2 =  9 + 9 =  9 + 3 =  4 + 8 = 
4 + 3 =  7 + 2 =  8 + 8 =  10 x 8 =  10 x 3 = 
5 x 10 =  2 x 10 =  
4 + 9 =  9 x 10 =  
10 x 7 =  3 + 8 =  
4 x 10 = 
Step 6:
6 + 6 =  8 x 10 =  4 + 9 =  9 x 5 =  8 + 9 = 
7 + 7 =  10 x 7 =  10 x 3 =  6 + 5 =  8 + 7 = 
9 + 9 =  9 + 3 =  2 x 10 =  10 x 5 =  5 x 8 = 
8 + 8 =  10 x 10 =  6 x 10 =  5 + 4 =  4 x 5 = 
4 + 7 =  8 + 3 =  5 x 2 =  7 + 6 =  
10 x 1 =  9 x 10 =  3 x 5 =  6 x 5 =  
4 + 8 =  4 x 10 =  1 x 5 =  5 x 7 =  
10 x 5 =  5 x 5 = 
Maths  Telling the time
Your day is probably set up into sections exercise, phonics, maths, free time, creative time etc. We would like you to take the opportunity to link telling the time to these activities. Start with o'clock and and half past the hour. What time are you starting your exercise? What time are you starting your phonics? Keep a time diary, draw a picture or write a sentence next to the time of what you are doing. Keep looking at the clock and telling the time.
Monday 23rd March.
Every Monday we will upload 10 common exception words for you to learn to read / spell. You can do this any way you like  make flashcards, write them on postit notes around the house, make up silly sentences, find them in your reading books, practise writing them with sound buttons. We have put words similar words together to help you learn the spelling patterns.
Your 10 words this week are 
1. door
2. floor
3. poor
4. find
5. kind
6. mind
7. behind
8. child
9. wild
10. children