Matterhorn - Monday
Reading and Writing
Let's predict what our new book could be about. Use clues to guess what might happen in the story. Use prior knowledge to help you guess (think about Amazing Grace).
I think the story is about...
I think this because I can see...
I also think that...
This is because...
For the next couple of weeks, we will be going over all of the grammar we've learnt in Year 2!
Today we will be practicing our knowledge of punctuating sentences. Remember, we always need a capital letter at the start of a sentence. Can you think of what types of punctuation we can put at the end of sentences?
Here's a reminder:
. full stop
? question mark
! exclamation mark
We are learning time! Time is used to measure or compare the duration of events or the intervals between them, and even sequence events.
This week we are going to use last week's learning to help us compare durations of time.
Comparing is when you look at two things and see what's similar or different about them.
Here's some sentences that will help you when answering challenges:
Skittle rainbow science experiment
This colourful science experiment is as easy as 1-2-3 and will keep them amused for as long as you can spare more Skittles.
You will need:
- 1 packet Skittles
- 1/4 cup warm water
- white plate
1. Arrange the Skittles in a single row coloured pattern around the edge of the plate.
2. Pour over enough warm water to cover all the Skittles and the plate itself.
3. Watch and wait as a rainbow appears on the plate, the colours will move towards the middle and create a whirl of colour.
Send your pictures to email@example.com !