# Farsley Farfield Year 2

### Monday 8th June

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Good morning. We hope you have all had a lovely weekend despite the wetter weather!

This week, we are continuing our learning on habitats, the bog baby story and revising money in maths. We hope you have already started to think about the 30 days wild challenge. Have you been able to complete any random acts of wildness yet? We can’t wait to hear about and see pictures of you in the wild!!

See below for Monday and Tuesday tasks:

• Maths lesson 1- find the total
• Maths lesson 2- find the difference
• English lesson 1: write the introduction to your bog baby report
• English lesson 2: write a paragraph on appearance
• Spelling, reading and science for the week

## Maths

This week we will be revising money. Children will be adding money as well as finding change. Make this practical if you can. Encourage children to set up a shop and role play buying items and giving change.

Lesson 1: Find the total

Lesson 2: Find the Difference

## English

Have you been on your bog baby hunt yet? Have you completed the study sheet? If not, check Friday’s blog to do this activity first.

This week we will be working on writing a non-chronological report about our own bog baby. We will aim to write a new paragraph every day and will provide lots of examples to help you.

Mon– Introduction Tues- Appearance Wed-Habitat Thurs-Diet Fri- Interesting facts

Lesson1: Report writing and Introduction

In your packs, you should have an example of a report to look at:

We will be following the same structure to write a report for the bog babies that the children have found!

Writing an introduction

Now have a go at writing your introduction. Remember: This should only include general information about bog babies not specific details.

Lesson 2: Appearance paragraph

## Science and Geography

Local Habitats

Activity 1: Watch the lesson presentation and complete the activity.

Activity 2: You could also look at https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhvmt39

Can you find out any interesting facts about a pond habitat? Which species live there? Perhaps you could draw or make your own pond habitat? See below for ideas: