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Thursday, 26th March

Good morning Year 2! Ready for Thursday, you're nearly at the end of the week.

Here are your learning activities for today, we hope you have a great day.


   Word of the day: interval

   What does it mean? Can you look it up in a dictionary? How do you think it relates to our maths learning?

   If you have a thesaurus, can you find other words that mean the same thing?


Suggested times


9 – 9:30

Joe Wicks PE starter for the day 

9:30 – 10:30


  • Count in 5s on a counting stick, transfer that skill to counting around a clock in 5 minutes.
  • Watch the video of Miss Wilson explaining about 5 minutes around the clock.
  • Match the clock faces to their times
  • Have a go at writing the time shown on the clocks

10:30 – 10:45


Get outside in the garden for a kick around, run around or a bit of fresh air.

10:45 – 11:10


  • Proof reading activity

Read the sentences on the pdf file, put the date and SPaG at the top of your next page. Find the mistakes and re-write the sentences correctly in your book.

11:10 – 12:00


Finish writing your recount about our trip to Hever Castle (or a special day).

  • Continue writing from where you finished yesterday till the end of the trip.
  • Refer to the steps to success!

12:00 – 1:00


Go outside for a bit of fresh air; run around in the sunshine!

1:00 – 1:30


  • Read the non-fiction text about pythons.
  • Answer the questions in your Home Learning Book.

1:30 – 2:30

PE - Dance

Have a go at a Zumba Class or some Zumba routines on GoNoodle.

2:30 – 3:00

PSHE/History - Describe how your own life is different from past generations of your own family.

Ring a grandparent and talk to them about how their life is different. It would be interesting to see if they would compare the isolation we’re doing right now to anything else in their lifetime. You could ask about their memories of being a child and see if anything is the same or different to your life.


End of the day

Enjoy spending some down time with your family.

Telling the time to 5 minutes

Miss Wilson explains how we can use counting in 5s to tell the time to every 5 minutes.