CLIC Targets: Week of 20/01/20

C– Counting: Squiggleworth (Step 4)I can partition a 3dp number.

 L– Learn Its: (Steps 4 & 5): x4 times tables  Use the link below to challenge yourself to Hit the QUESTION!!!!!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

I– It’s Nothing New: x10 & ÷10 (Steps 4): I can multiply decimals by 100; I can divide decimals by 100.

 C– Calculations:  Multiplication (Step 15): I can solve 1d x 3d.

-Miss Lakusta

Homework for 20/01/20

Literacy Homework 

Children need to learn their spellings. There will continue to be a spelling test on a Friday however they all know that they can decide how they would like to learn these words.

I would recommend they learn the list they have written in class on Monday, then on Tuesday, write a list of words and learn them, the same on Wednesday and then on Thursday they can choose a fun spelling activity of their choice

We have used many different activities in class and for homework over the last two terms, so children should be familiar with activities to use. If they are unsure, they can choose from this list:

  • Blue Vowels
  • Vowel Circle
  • Rainbow Write
  • Elkonin Boxes
  • Diacritical Marking

Or ask in class or use this website for additional ideas:

https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/schools/ritchieparkes/classroom/grade2/Spelling%20Homework%20Activities.pdf

Numeracy Homework

  • Practise CLIC targets for this week
  • Sumdog- if there is WiFi access at home

Homework for 13/01/20

Literacy Homework 

Children need to learn their spellings. There will continue to be a spelling test on a Friday however they all know that they can decide how they would like to learn these words.

I would recommend they learn the list they have written in class on Monday, then on Tuesday, write a list of words and learn them, the same on Wednesday and then on Thursday they can choose a fun spelling activity of their choice

We have used many different activities in class and for homework over the last two terms, so children should be familiar with activities to use. If they are unsure, they can choose from this list:

  • Blue Vowels
  • Vowel Circle
  • Rainbow Write
  • Elkonin Boxes
  • Diacritical Marking

Or ask in class or use this website for additional ideas:

https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/schools/ritchieparkes/classroom/grade2/Spelling%20Homework%20Activities.pdf

Numeracy Homework

  • Practise CLIC targets for this week
  • Sumdog- if there is WiFi access at home

CLIC TARGETS: Week of 13/01/20

C– Counting: Reading Numbers (Steps 10 & 11)I can read 9, 8, 7 digit numbers.

 L– Learn Its: (Steps 4 & 5): x4 times tables  Use the link below to challenge yourself to Hit the QUESTION!!!!!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

I– It’s Nothing New: Coin Multiplication  (Step 5)I know when to add 3 multiples together.

 C– Calculations:  Subtraction (Steps 32 & 33): I can solve 3d-3d; I can solve 3d-3d as money.

-Miss Lakusta

Homework – 06/01/20

Literacy Homework 

Children need to learn their spellings. There will continue to be a spelling test on a Friday however they all know that they can decide how they would like to learn these words.

I would recommend they learn the list they have written in class on Monday, then on Tuesday, write a list of words and learn them, the same on Wednesday and then on Thursday they can choose a fun spelling activity of their choice

We have used many different activities in class and for homework over the last two terms, so children should be familiar with activities to use. If they are unsure, they can choose from this list:

  • Blue Vowels
  • Vowel Circle
  • Rainbow Write
  • Elkonin Boxes
  • Diacritical Marking

Or ask in class or use this website for additional ideas:

https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/schools/ritchieparkes/classroom/grade2/Spelling%20Homework%20Activities.pdf

Numeracy Homework

  • Practise CLIC targets for this week
  • Sumdog- if there is WiFi access at home

CLIC TARGETS: Week of 06/01/20

C– Counting: CORE Numbers (Steps 7)I can understand 2dp numbers

 L– Learn Its: (Steps 4 & 5): x3 times tables  Use the link below to challenge yourself to Hit the QUESTION!!!!!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

I– It’s Nothing New: Smile Multiplication  (Step 5)I can do Smile Multiplication for hundredths.

 C– Calculations:  Addition (Steps 34 & 35): I can solve 1d.1dp + 1d.1dp (e.g. 3.4 + 2.5 = ?); I can solve any 1d.1dp + 1d.1dp.

-Miss Lakusta

CLIC Targets: Week of 16/12/19

C– Counting: CORE Numbers (Steps 7)I can understand 2dp numbers

 L– Learn Its: (Steps 4 & 5): x3 times tables  Use the link below to challenge yourself to Hit the QUESTION!!!!!

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

I– It’s Nothing New: Adding with PIM  (Step 5)I can add I can add hundredths

 C– Calculations:  Subtraction (Step 29, 30 & 31): I can take 100 from any 3d numbers; I can solve 3d – 2d; I can solve 4d – 2d

-Miss Lakusta

Homework for 09/12/19

Literacy Homework 

Children need to learn their spellings. There will continue to be a spelling test on a Friday however they all know that they can decide how they would like to learn these words.

I would recommend they learn the list they have written in class on Monday, then on Tuesday, write a list of words and learn them, the same on Wednesday and then on Thursday they can choose a fun spelling activity of their choice

We have used many different activities in class and for homework over the last two terms, so children should be familiar with activities to use. If they are unsure, they can choose from this list:

  • Blue Vowels
  • Vowel Circle
  • Rainbow Write
  • Elkonin Boxes
  • Diacritical Marking

Or ask in class or use this website for additional ideas:

https://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/uploadedFiles/schools/ritchieparkes/classroom/grade2/Spelling%20Homework%20Activities.pdf

Numeracy Homework

  • Practise CLIC targets for this week
  • Sumdog- if there is WiFi access at home

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