Class 2 w/c 29th June

How is your science coming along? At the beginning of our Home Learning journey we shared some experiments with eggs and books and we thought we’d share some more home science experiments. In this series of science tricks you will be learning about surface tension. Remember that you should only do them with adult permission and do not do the last one (with the hot pan) unless there is an adult there with you.

Each week we will give you a task that must be completed, this is your Top Terrific Task.

This week’s Top Terrific Task is about Forgiveness (see Monday’s RE on your worksheet). Can you design a poster that shows the message of forgiveness and write a forgiveness prayer?

Click here to email me your work. I will send you a message back and if I haven’t heard from you by Friday I will get in touch to see if you need any extra help.

Click here to download the full week’s work or check out this page to find ideas and tips for different subjects.

This week you have lots of great maths activities to get on with but if you fancy a game with someone (or just to challenge yourself), we think this game – which helps you to understand the value of numbers is very good. In the video, Peter shows you how to play the game and you can download the full instructions and gameboard here.

This week you will be learning how similes can improve your creative writing – don’t worry if that sounds comlicated, you can soon pick it up. A simile uses the words like or as to help create a picture of someone or something. There are lots of ideas on your sheet and, if you want another reminder, the song below is nice and catchy and teaches you about metaphors too!

Look at these two pictures, they show you how different life and holidays were in Victorian times. Can you imagine yourself in these pictures? How do you think the clothes would feel? What do you think of the children in the first picture? What can you tell about their lives? In the second picture you see Bathing Machines lined up to let the rich people go in the sea even though they couldn’t swim, what do they make you feel? Would you like to do that? Do you think everyone in the pictures is on holiday or are some working? What makes you think this?

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