Today you will be finding the missing numbers within addition number sentences.
For the first sheet you can draw out the objects for the first number in the number sentence. Then keep adding objects until you reach your answer. The amount of objects you add will be your answer.
For the second sheet use the number line to help you. Start with the biggest number (the answer) and takeaway the smaller number (the first number in your number sentence). The number you land on will be your answer.
This is because it is a commutative sentence. For example if 3 + 5 = 8 then 8 – 5 = 3
There will be no google meet today. See you in school on Monday!
This afternoon will be a mini revision on everything you know about plants. Work your way through the first two sheets, remember to try your best. If you are unsure of any answers don’t worry we will go through it when we are back in class!
I have included the answers as well, but don’t look at them until you are finished! If you would like to you can go through the answers with an adult and remind yourself of the bits you have forgotten.
Today we will be revising using our knowledge of division. We will use this to share objects and write our number sentences based on arrays.
For the first and second sheet share the objects into equal groups according to the number sentence. Then count how many objects are in each group. This is your answer.
For the third sheet count the amount of rows – this will be the second number in our number sentence. Now count the amount of columns – this will be the final number in our number sentence. Finally count how many objects there are in total, this will be the first number in our number sentence.
This afternoon I would like you to think of the nurses we have been learning about. How have Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole changed our world for the better? What comparisons can we make between them. How are they similar and how are they different?
You can either cut and stick the pictures in the correct places or draw and label your own.
Why not challenge yourself to write a few sentences about Edith Cavell too. How has she changed our world? How is she similar or different to Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale?
Today we will be stepping and speaking our map. You can use your own map or our class map below. For this you will need an action for each picture. You can use the actions we made up in class or make up your own! Practice reading through your sandwich map with the actions.
Why not perform it to an adult and send a video of your performance to our Year 2 email, year2@olsj-co-uk
Join me at 10 and we will go through the map together, bring your best acting skills! meet.google.com/rsg-akkb-atd