Monday 22nd June
Research the names of plants and animals that you would find in a woodland area.
Record your findings in a table.
Once you have completed your table put both columns in alphabetical order.
Write a short description about a walk through the woods.
Describe what you can see, touch and hear around you.
As I walked through the woods I could hear the ...
Please return your homework by next Monday 29th June. Thank you.
Change the following into millilitres
1 litre = 1000 milliltres
Change into litres
4000 ml =
3500 ml =
2500 ml =
4250 ml =
Now see if you can solve these problems.
1. If a can of coke holds 10 ml how much will 4 cans hold?
2. If a mug holds 100ml, how many mugs of tea would a litre of water make/
3. Anna has a litre bottle of water and drinks half of it at lunchtime, how many ml are left?
4. If David drinks 1 litre of water in one day. How much will he drink in a week?
5.Charlie's roof leaked and he used 5 buckets to catch the rain falling in the room.Each bucket holds 4 litres. How much rain has been collected using all the buckets?
6. If one bucket holds 1 1/2 litres of water, how many will 2 buckets hold ?
Coch Group only.
Find objects in your kitchen that have a capacity of more than half a litre or less than a half a litre. Draw a table in your book.
More than a half a litre Less than half a litre
Saucepan egg cup
Please return your homework to school by Thursday 11th June.
Who Am I ?
Choose a zoo animal and without naming your animal write a detailed description to describe your animal and how it moves. Underline each adjective that you have used. Include information about the animals habitat and its diet. On return to school you will read out your description and your friends will try and guess the animal you have described.
Write an imaginative story about an animal that escapes from the zoo.
Plan your work carefully.
Please return your completed stories to school by Friday 15th May.
342 + 26 =
241 + 10 =
63 + 25 =
72 + 19 =
46 + 22 =
85 - 13 =
79 - 20 =
150- 30 =
Put these numbers in order starting with the smallest number
67 32 16 108 43
87 25 98 64 35
34 84 92 109 12
Double the following numbers
24 32 44 25 30 21
Find half of the following numbers :
20 14 18 22 16
1. My sister is 7 years older than me. She is 15. How old am I ?
2. My brother is twice my age. He is 10. How old am I ?
3. My uncle is 15 years older than me. He is 24. How old am I ?
Fill in the missing signs - + x
45 _ 5 = 40
35 _ 62 = 97
12 _ 2 = 24
Practise telling the time at home - using quarter past and quarter to the hour.
Continue to work on tables x2 x5 x10
Homework for the easter holidays has already been discussed in class with the children.
1. Continue to find out as much information about a zoo animal of your choice.
2. Make a 3 d model of a zoo animal.
The homework set will be followed up in class as part of our summer term Mini Zoo Topic.
Homework Year 2 Mrs Wells
Your child will be asked to complete:
Your child will be provided with a homework book. All homework should be completed in pencil and illustrations coloured in using coloured pencils. It is important that the children present their work neatly at all times.
Follow the link below for Bug Club
Please ensure your child answers all the questions as a new book will not be automatically released until the questions are completed.
The children will now be able to access the Abacus maths website where they will have games and activities assigned to them based on the work they have been doing in class. Please follow the link below to access the website. The user name password and school ID will be inside the front cover of your child's yellow reading log.
Choose a Zoo animal and start to find out as much information about your animal.
You can continue to research your zoo animal over the Easter Holidays.
If you are going to use the internet to help you research your animal make sure that you write about it in your own words.
Maths Reasoning Problem
Today is Emily's 7th Birthday
Every year since her first birthday, Emily had a birthday cake.
Each year, the cake had the same number of candles as Emily's age.
When Emily blows out her candles today, how many candles would she have blown out altogether ?
Show your working out in your homework book.
Friday 13th March
1. How many different ways can you make a £ 1
50 p + 20p + 20p + 10p = £ 1
2.Using the same coin only how many different ways can you make £1
e.g 10p + 10p + 10p +10p + 10p +10p +10p +10p +10p +10p = £1
also write as a multiplication 10 X 10 p = £1
20p +20p +20p+20p+20p =£1 20p x 5 =£1
Melyn group to carry out the same activity but using a £2 coin.
Please complete and return to school by Friday 20th March.
Homework 6th March
If homework can please be returned to school by next Friday.
Can you please help your child learn their part for next Friday's class Assembly.
Maths Problem Solving
Finding all possibilities
1. Using the digits from 2015, how many 3 and 4 digit numbers can you make ?
e.g. 215 512
2. Using the digits from 2015 and +, - and = once each time, how many numbers from 0 to 100 can you make ?
20 + 5 = 25
52 - 1 = 51
Show your working out in your homework book.
Please refer to your SFA group for your spelling list.
Our topic this half term is ‘Electric Rainbow.
During this topic we will be investigating colours, lights and electrical appliances.
We will be visiting Techniquest to find out about electricity and light
This week the children have been asked to find as many different electrical appliances as they can around the home and to produce a table to record their results. The table can be drawn in their homework book e.g
On completing the table .Answer the following questions.
Which room had the most electrical appliances ?
Which room had the least electrical appliances ? Why ?
This week we have been learning to read the time on analogue and digital clocks. If you can please encourage your child to tell the time at home.
If homework could please be returned to school by Thursday 5th March.
Half term Homework 13.02.15
As part of the St David's celebrations the children throughout the school are being encouraged to take part in the school Eisteddfod by taking part in different competitions.
During the next couple of weeks we would like the children to work on entries for the different competitions.
Details of the competitions can be found on the news section on the homepage of the school website.
I hope you all have an enjoyable half term and look forward to seeing you back Monday 23rd February.
Last week for research projects. If projects and models could please be handed in by
Monday 2nd February. Thank you
Please refer to SFA spelling lists. The green and red words can also be found on the inside cover of your child's SFA reading book.
Abacus maths homework has also been allocated this week. The children have been doubling numbers and finding halves and quarters of numbers.
This terms context for learning is the ‘The Big Wide World.’
During the term the children will learn about contrasting locations and how they are similar and different to the place in which they live.
Make a model of a famous building or landmark in the World. E.g Leaning Tower of Pisa,
Eiffel Tower, Cardiff Castle, Big Ben, London Bridge, Taj Mahal.
Use boxes, pringle container, card, and any other junk materials to make your model.
Please return to school in the next 2 weeks.
Over the next two weeks research a country of your choice. Find out about
1. Where the country can be found on the map
2, Language spoken
3. Any special traditions
4. Types of clothes worn
5. Special Landmarks / places of interest
8. And any other interesting facts.
The children will present their work to the rest of the class on Friday 30th January.
This presentation will be recorded and assessed.
1. Research similarities and differences between firefighters now and in the 1600's. Use the internet and books to help you with your research. Remember to record your findings in your own words.
2. Spelling will now be issued by SFA class teacher. You will need to refer to the web page of your child's SFA teacher for their weekly spelling list. (Mr O'Brien, Miss Rossi. Miss Blackwell and Mrs Wheeler).
Spellings Mrs Wells/ Miss Westgarth SFA group only.
3. Maths- Please continue to practise your learn its.
Big Maths Learn its
To learn mental recall of
4+ 9 4+7 3+9
4+ 8 3+8
learn 10 times table
Welsh Phrase of the week
This week we have been learning to ask somebody their age and how to say how old we are.
Faint ydy dy oed di? - How old are you?
Dw i'n _____ oed. - I am____ years old.
un - 1
pump - 5
chwech - 6
wrth - 8
nawr - 9
deg - 10