Year 2 Homework – due in Monday 25th September 2017
In our grammar lessons this week, we have been learning about verbs. The children have identified imperative verbs in sentences and in recipes.
For your homework, you need to use imperative verbs to write a set of instructions for your teacher. You might want to tell your teacher how to make the perfect cup of tea or even how to bake your favourite biscuit or meal.
Remember to start each sentence with an imperative verb e.g.
Make sure you set your instructions out clearly with one on each line.
The lazy lion prowled through the dry desert stalking his prey.
1.) Re - write this sentence in your book and underline the adjective, noun and verb. There may be more than one of each!
2.) Why do you think the lion might be lazy?
Don’t forget to learn your new spellings too. They are stuck in your spelling book. Look back at the list from last week and work on the ones you got wrong. They may be popped in too.
Spellings - Tested on Thursday 28th September
Year 2 Homework – due in Monday 18th September
Maths: In Maths this week we have been working on place value and ordering numbers.
1.) Partition the following numbers: 56 28 31
e.g. 60 + 4 = 64 6 tens and 4 ones
2. Explain which number is the biggest and why?
a) 45 or 72
b) 63 or 59
e.g. 23 or 57
57 is the bigger number because it has 5 tens and 23 only has 2 tens.
Gerald hung his head low and stomped back to the jungle.
Find and copy the verb that tells us how Gerald moved.
How did Gerald feel? How do you know?
Don’t forget to learn your new spellings too. They are stuck in your red book. Look back at the list from last week and work on the ones you got wrong. They may be popped into
Year 2 Spellings
To be tested Thursday 21st September 2017
Presentation expectations for homework:
Homework Set: Thursday 7th September 2017
Homework Due: Monday 11th September 2017
In literacy this week, we have looked at using adjectives to add description about nouns
In your homework book, sort the following words into two columns: one for nouns and one for adjectives.
elephant tall huge giraffe river spotty tree Africa hot dry boy dusty
The tall giraffe, with its head in the treetops, was munching the green leaves.
1.) What is the giraffe doing?
2.) What is the adjective that describes the leaves?
Please answer in full sentences. For example:
Q. What is the adjective that describes the giraffe?
A. The adjective that describes the giraffe is tall.
Year 2 Spellings
To be tested Thursday 14th September 2017