Year2- Caterpillars and Butterflies (21.05.20)

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In English Miss Smith has introduced Apostrophes, there are 2 typesPossessive and Contracted.
Today we are looking at Contracted….If we put two words together and miss out some letters, we need to add an apostrophe where the missing letters are.
e.g: ‘do not’ would change to ‘don’t’

Remember to remove some letters to replace with an apostrophe.

That’s it, you’ve got it…. Now write these sentences again but add an apostrophe in the correct place….
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1.Winnie said, It is too quiet on the streets below.
2. I wish we were not stuck in the house all the time, said Winnie.
3. Wilbur did not like his special collar.
4. The scientist on the TV said you must not touch your face.
5. We are going to paint a rainbow to thank the NHS.

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For Maths today we are going to combine what we learnt on Tuesday and Wednesday.
You will need to read the instructions carefully and follow the directions to help Pirate Pete find all of his things….

For each set of directions, you must start on the dark blue square and face North. Use the compass on the map to help you.

1. Forward 1 square, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 2 squares. What have you found?

2. 1/4 turn clockwise, forward 2, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 3 _______.

3. Forward 2, 1/4 turn clockwise, forward 1, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 2_______.

4. Forward 3, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise, forward 1, 1/4 turn clockwise and then back 2_______.

5.1/4 turn clockwise, forward 3, 3/4 turn anti-clockwise, back 1, 1/4 turn clockwise and then forward 2. What did you find?

6. What directions would you give to Pirate Pete to help him get to his bottle?

7. Forward 2, 3/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 3. Did you find any treasure?

8. 3/4 turn anti-clockwise, back 1, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise, forward 4, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise and then forward 1_______.

9. Can you give Pirate Pete directions to find Percy Parrot?

Great work, Shipmates! Now Pirate Pete has gathered his things, he is ready to set sail.
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Your teachers are sooo proud of you, keep up the good work and remember any work you are proud of, send to our Y2upload email.

15 thoughts on “Year2- Caterpillars and Butterflies (21.05.20)

  1. Winnie said, it’s too quite on the street below.
    I wish we weren’t stuck in the house all the time. Said Winnie.
    Wilbur didn’t like his special collar.
    The scientist on the TV you mustn’t touch your face.
    We’re going to paint a rainbow to thank NHS.

    • Thank you trying Elyas!
      If 1/4 is one turn- 3/4 will be 3 turns

      Try this in your living room….
      – Stand in a spot & face one of your walls,
      – Turn right on your spot – you should be facing another wall. (1/4)
      -Turn right again- you should be facing a new wall. (2/4 or 1/2)
      – Turn right again- you should be facing another new wall and will you have turned 3/4.

      Let me know if this helps.

  2. Match the the contractions to the correct word pairs.

    Do not = Don’t
    Did not = Did n’t
    It will = It’ll
    She will = She’ll
    He will = He’ll
    Will not = Won’t
    Can not = Can’t
    Has not = Hasn’t

    1.Winnie said It’s too quiet on the streets below.
    2. I wish we weren’t stuck in the house all the time, said Winnie.
    3. Wilbur didn’t like his special collar.
    4. The scientist on the TV said you mustn’t touch your face.
    5. We’re going to paint a rainbow to thank the NHS.

    • Well done Aisha.
      You have shown a good understanding on contracting apostrophes.
      Could you give the Maths challenge a try please.

      Make sure you are completing your other blog work.

  3. 1.Winnie said, It`s too quiet on the streets below.
    2. I wish we weren`t stuck in the house all the time, said Winnie.
    3. Wilbur didn`t like his special collar.
    4. The scientist on the TV said you mustn`t touch your face.
    5. We`re going to paint a rainbow to thank the NHS.

    I did the rest and i will send the pictures.

  4. First one done in book.

    Winnie said it’s too quiet in the street below.
    I wish we wasn’t stuck in the house all the time, said Winnie.
    Wilbur didn’t like the special collar.
    The scientist on the tv said, you mustn’t touch your face.
    We’re going to paint a rainbow to thank the NHS.

  5. Do not. Don’t
    Did not. Didn’t
    It will. It’ll
    She will. She’ll
    He will. He’ll
    Will not. I’ll
    Can not. Can’t
    Has not. Hasn’t
    1. Winnie said it’s too quiet on the street below.
    2. I wish we weren’t stuck in the house all the time, said Winnie.
    3. Wilbur didn’t like his special collar.
    4. The scientist on the TV said you mustn’t touch your face.
    5. We’re going to paint a rainbow to thank the NHS.
    Maths
    1. Gun.
    2. Got lost on this one if you face north on the gun and turn 1/2 turn clockwise and go forward 2 squares you end up off the grid.
    6. Start on the blue square turn go forward 3.
    9. Start on the blue square go forward 3 squares turn anti clockwise forward 1 square.

    • Great effort, Ibraheem…
      Will not= Won’t. That’s a tricky one but well done for trying.
      Perfect English work 👍🏻.

      2. Sorry Ibraheem, that was my mistake. Give it another try- 1/4 turn clockwise, forward 2, 1/4 turn anti-clockwise forward 3….
      Thank you for pointing that out.

      6. Which direction do I turn clockwise or anti-clockwise and how much do I turn 1/4, 3/4 or 1/2?

      9.Brilliant directions, Ibraheem.
      Make sure you complete your other blog work.

    • Great work, Meharunisa!
      Make sure to use an apostrophe-( ‘) and not a comma-( ,) .
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      Could you try the rest of challenges and complete your other blog work please.

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