Home Learning P2

P2 Home Learning (10th – 24th June)

It's Summertime with Mr. Men Little Miss! XD (With images) | Mr ...

Hi everyone! I can’t believe we are reaching the end of the school year and I won’t see you all again until after the summer. I have loved talking to you on email so please keep in touch and tell me what you are up to. I have made this home learning as fun as possible with lots of Mr Men activities too! I think you will like it! I am so proud of you all! I miss you loads and I think you every day. Have a really super, sunny summer, and enjoy getting to see your friends and family again!

Parents – Thank you for all your hard work and effort despite this really challenging time. Feel free to email me anytime, it is always lovely to chat to you and hear how the children are. I hope you have a restful summer.

 

Phonics/Spelling

Use your common words and phonics words to do some fun active spelling activities. See this grid below for ideas and examples.

Active-Spelling-Grid-1

Writing

  • Practise writing your joined phonemes and words.
  • Create sentences with your words.
  • Make a postcard to send to a friend or family member saying what you have been doing in lockdown and what you are most looking forward to.
  • Write a personal piece of writing about your year in Primary 2. What did you like best about our class and what are your most memorable moments? What did you learn? What have you missed about being at school? What are you most looking forward to after lockdown?

Reading

Audio Books

Choose stories to listen to for free!

https://stories.audible.com/discovery

 Online books to read with fun and interactive activities

Choose some books to read online and complete some fun activities.

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/storybooks-and-games/

Numeracy

Please continue Easimaths through GLOW.

This website gives a huge overall selection of Maths/Numeracy to revise what you have learned over the year:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

You can practise your times tables here :   https://www.timestables.co.uk/

Interactive online maths games

https://nrich.maths.org/9414

Diamonds only – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Health

Continue to work through the sexual health resources listed last time if you need to (there was a lot there!)

Here are some fun Disney themed workouts to try!

https://www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-ups

Have some fun!

We love the Mr Men! See the official website below for lessons on how to draw them and lots of fun activities!

https://www.mrmen.com/activities/

This site below also has some online games and activities:

http://www.themistermen.co.uk/

Have fun with these Science and PE activities, from Mrs Goodwin:

PE and Science first and Second

Have a beautiful and bright summer! I can’t wait to see you all again! Stay safe and happy!

Eden Park Primary and Nursery School - Mr Blue Sky!

 

 

 

 

 

P2 Home Learning (18th May – 5th June)

 

Hi everyone! I am missing our class more than ever, and I am thinking of you all every day. It has been lovely to talk to some of you on email. Remember you can contact me there anytime – I love hearing from you and seeing what you have been doing. I am so proud of you all for doing your best and helping your family.

Mr. Men Book Smiley Mrs. Clip Art, PNG, 687x366px, Mr Men, Area ...

Parents – Thanks for all you are doing at this difficult time. I know home schooling is a bit of a struggle, so anything you can do at all is great. Remember the happiness and mental health of everyone at home is more important. If you need anything at all-advice, extra resources or just a chat, you can email me through your child’s GLOW account. The details are at the front of their diary. If you can’t find them, you can email the office and they will give the details. Thanks again for keeping things going as best as you can at home.

If you have not already registered for Oxford Owl, here is the link. Click ‘join us’ at the top left.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

I will continue to use this site for Literacy/Numeracy learning for this block.

Please also continue to use the other sites recommended and updated on our website also.

 

Phonics/Spelling

New Learning

  • The links below are powerpoints with all the phoneme sounds and words to match.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29317.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/26334.html

 

  • Here are some printable worksheets for revision of phoneme sounds.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/?s=activity&fwp_post_types=activities&fwp_topic_categories=reading&fwp_school_year_categories=year-2

  • Below is a link to handwriting of single sounds and joined phonemes. There is also a bank of words for each sound so children can practise reading these new words and writing them by joining the phoneme correctly.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/

  • Online phonics games

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/24633.html

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds

 

  • Please continue the Stage 2 phonics/spelling programme for sounds and tricky words covered from week 1 to 29. These should be revised by practising reading and spelling the words and sounds.
  • Continue to use the word flashcards in your child’s homework wallet. Common words can be read 4 at a time, and practise spelling these using ‘Look, Say, Cover and Write’ in the jotter provided. Children can use these words to write a sentences too.
  • Continue to use the phoneme flashcards to read and generate words with that sound in it. Children can practise writing words with a phoneme in it. Please see the phoneme word list for spelling of specific words with each sound. Children can practise spelling these words by breaking up the sounds, and using ‘Look, Say, Cover and Write’. They can also write sentences.

Writing

  • Please see the link above for handwriting practise.
  • Feel free to email or write to me anytime!
  • The link below will help your child plan an imaginative story with a beginning, middle and end.

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2019/01/28/16/21/36/786/2019_500Words_StoryMountain.pdf

  • This link below will give you creative writing ideas if you are stuck.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/blog/4-fun-ways-to-develop-characters-for-a-short-story/

Reading

Below are links to books suited to your child’s level. They can read these books online, answer the questions at the back, and play the 2 online activities.

Red and Blue Grouphttps://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/library-page?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=&level=oxford+level+6&level_select=oxford+level+6&book_type=&series=Project+X#

Green Grouphttps://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/library-page?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=&level=book+band+4%3A+blue&level_select=book+band+4%3A+blue&book_type=&series=Project+X#

Yellow Grouphttps://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/library-page?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=&level=book+band+3%3A+yellow&level_select=book+band+3%3A+yellow&book_type=&series=Project+X#

Continue using other websites for extra reading materials – Twinkl, Scholastic, TES, Primary Teaching Resources

  • Continue reading as much as possible – books, magazines, comics.

Numeracy

Please continue Easimaths through GLOW.

Diamonds only

  • Times Table Practise

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2018/03/02/14/17/23/152/PWO_Age_6_7_times_tables.pdf

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/27280.html

Telling the Time

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/09/28/12/01/00/264/RWBCK_Make_Your_Own_Clock_Worksheet.pdf

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/09/28/12/01/50/718/RWBCK_Telling_the_Time_Worksheet.pdf

 Triangles/Circles (Circles may need support with numeracy map/number line)

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/09/28/12/01/00/264/RWBCK_Make_Your_Own_Clock_Worksheet.pdf

https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2016/09/28/12/01/50/718/RWBCK_Telling_the_Time_Worksheet.pdf

Health

Normally at this time of year we focus our Health lessons on the topic ‘Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood’. We are using a new programme for this which has been rolled out to most Scottish schools, and luckily all the resources are available online. There are powerpoints, lesson notes and activity sheets. I would be grateful is you could complete some of this, and the rest next month. There are very detailed notes to help you explain some of the more sensitive issues. Each stage is specific. I would advise perhaps having a look at it first. Here are the links and the topics you need to cover.

https://rshp.scot/first-level/

P2 is First Level, and you should only cover the part labelled ‘To Begin’.

FIRST LEVEL

There are notes in the ‘Activity Plan’ section, a powerpoint slide in the ‘Slides’ section, and some worksheets in the ‘Prop’ section.

This whole block normally lasts until the end of June. If you are struggling with time, then you could just do the powerpoints quickly.

To begin

My body

Privacy

Friends and friendship

Looking after plants and animals

People who help and look after me

Any questions, please email me anytime. Thanks in advance for this!

 Most of all, do what you can, when you can. Stay safe, healthy and happy and know that I am just at the end of an email for any help/advice/support. Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

Free Download These Rainbow Clip Art - Kids Rainbow Colours ...

P2 Home Learning (April – May)

 

P2 children! I am missing all your beautiful, happy faces! I think of you every day and keep hoping I will see you again soon! I hope you are working hard and helping your parents/guardians at home.

I’ve noticed that some of you are working hard on your Easimaths-well done! I’ve changed some of it to make it a bit more challenging. Keep up the super work!

I’ve sent you all an email to your GLOW email account. An adult can help you find this at a suitable time. You can reply or send me an email anytime, to say hello or show me pictures of your learning. I would love to hear from you!

 

P2 parents, I know it must be hard trying to juggle working at home with home schooling, as well as supporting others at this time. As a parent myself, I also know how hard home schooling is! Thank you for all you are trying to do, and please feel free to email me with any questions, using your child’s glow account. I am working in the hub, and at home so I will reply as soon as I possibly can.

If you have online access, can you please register for Oxford Owl using this link, and clicking the ‘join us’ at the top left.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

The resources here are fabulous and are free until September. I will provide information for the reading and links to spelling/phonics activities, using this site. Please also continue to use the other sites recommended and updated on our website also.

 

Phonics/Spelling

  • Please continue the Stage 2 phonics/spelling programme for sounds and tricky words covered from week 1 to 29. These should be revised by practising reading and spelling the words and sounds.
  • Continue to use the word flashcards in your child’s homework wallet. Common words can be read 4 at a time, and practise spelling these using ‘Look, Say, Cover and Write’ in the jotter provided. Children can use these words to write a sentences too.
  • Continue to use the phoneme flashcards to read and generate words with that sound in it. Children can practise writing words with a phoneme in it. Please see the phoneme word list for spelling of specific words with each sound. Children can practise spelling these words by breaking up the sounds, and using ‘Look, Say, Cover and Write’. They can also write sentences.
  • You can print off worksheets, watch videos and use books to support the phoneme sounds on Oxford Owl. Primary 2 Level is Set 2 and Set 3.

 

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide

 

Writing

  • Your child can practise forming all letters and joining all phoneme sounds they have learned.
  • Your child could keep a daily diary to encourage them to write every day.
  • They can write letters to me at the school anytime! Or email me.
  • Your child can write their own stories, poems and letters.
  • You child has learned nouns, adjectives and verbs. They can list these or find them in texts. They can also use capital letters/full stops and questions marks. They could write questions and statements.

Reading

  • Continue reading common word flashcards as often as possible.
  • Use the online e-books on the Oxford Owl website noted below.

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

Click on the ‘Levels’ section, then ‘Book Banding’ to find the correct level for your child.

Red and Blue Group – Orange Band.

Green Group – Blue Band.

Yellow Group – Yellow Band.

 Try to do 2 books per week. Talk to them about the book – pictures, characters, tricky words etc.  Get them to read it. The next day, complete the questions at the back of the book verbally or written.

  • Continue using other websites for extra reading materials
  • Twinkl, Scholastic, TES, Primary Teaching Resources
  • Continue reading as much as possible – books, magazines, comics.

 

Numeracy

Please continue with work noted before and also use Oxford Owl to play online maths games or print worksheets for your child’s level. I will give you a description of what each group has learned to guide you with calculations that you could give them yourself. Please continue Easimaths through GLOW.

Diamonds only

  • Verbalising and ordering numbers to 1000 using before, next, after, between. Sequencing and writing in numbers and words.
  • Addition and Subtraction to 100 mentally (not written column method).
  • Multiplication and Division with the 10x, 2x, 5x, 3x, 4x tables.
  • Fractions – shapes and numbers. Halves/Doubles, quarters and linking with tables.
  • Money – Coins to £2. Calculating amounts to £5. Change to £1.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/?s=activity&fwp_post_types=activities&fwp_topic_categories=maths&fwp_school_year_categories=year-3

 

 Triangles/Circles (Circles may need support with numeracy map/number line)

Other Curricular Areas

  • You can continue the previous activities noted:
  • ABC Music are doing free videos with some really fun games and activities.
  • Joe Wicks is doing a live exercise class every day online at 10am.
  • BBC Bitesize are doing online learning at 10am every day also.

Most of all, do what you can, when you can. Stay safe, healthy and happy and know that I am just at the end of an email for any help/advice/support. Thinking of you all at this difficult time.

Please see below the P.E/Science grid from Mrs Goodwin.

Early&First Level Activity Grid (1) (1)