07.05.20

Hi Kangaroos!

Joke of the day: What kind of key opens a banana? A mon-key!

Spelling: Practise your spellings.

Tick or correct your answers from yesterdays Maths task:

  1. 4 lines of symmetry
  2. 2 lines of symmetry
  3. 1 line of symmetry
  4. 3 lines of symmetry
  5. 5 lines of symmetry

Maths: To be able to give directions

Directions are the line or course in which something is going. We can give someone directions using the vocabulary below:

My alien friend above has been given the directions: 3 steps down and then 4 steps to the right. This means:

3 steps down and…4 steps to the right.

My alien now has a destination ( a place the alien is going to) and so I have to give him the steps to get there. There is lots of different routes we could take but this is mins:

3 steps downand 3 steps to the right.

Can you write the steps each of the aliens below need to take to get to the directions A and then B.

Draw a table in your home learning book like this to right the directions in. You’ll have to draw the aliens too!

 

 

 

Writing: 

Here is your next English lesson:

https://www.thenational.academy/year-2/english/to-identify-the-key-features-of-instructions-year-2-wk1-3#slide-2

 

Don’t forget to sign into Edshed. I can see those that are playing regularly and can even see how you’ve spelt words and answered Maths questions!

Keep being kind to one another!

Miss Gislam