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St.Pauls Infant School

Monday 29th June

PDF version available at the bottom of this page.

Good Morning Year 2, please see the activities below we would like you to do today. Remember you can take photos or use your exercise book.

We hope you have fun!


LO:  I can use my imagination


Watch Rosie’s new set 3 sound on YouTube:

Open today’s English PDF and find the pictures from ‘Come away from the water, Shirley!’ with the blank speech bubbles. We would like you to complete the speech bubbles again for these pages. What do you think the characters are saying to each other? Use your imagination to create the conversations between the characters.

Are they asking each other questions? Are they saying how they’re feeling?

You can either print the pages out or complete the speech bubbles in your home learning book.


29.06.20 English PDF


LO: I can find a unit fraction of a shape


This week we are going to revisit fractions. Today we will be learning about unit fractions.

The number of equal parts is the denominator of the fraction. This number goes below the line.

The numerator is the part of the fraction that we are looking at / colouring. This goes above the line.

A fraction where the numerator is 1 is called a unit fraction. For example;

Find a picture of these countries flags. What fraction is each stripe?

  • Poland
  • Italy
  • Romania
  • Ukraine
  • Bulgaria

Using your paper shapes can you fold, draw the lines on to show the fractions and shade the following:

  • ½ of a square
  • 1/3 of a rectangle
  • ¼ of a circle
  • 1/3 of a square
  • ¼ of a rectangle
  • ½ of a circle

Remember each fraction needs to be equal.

Looking for more: Can any of these shapes be folded in a different way to show any of the fractions?


Pictures of flags – you could search for them on with grown up supervision.

Paper cut into shapes, 2 square, 2 rectangles, 2 circles.

Connected Curriculum (Computing)

LO: I can identify seasonal and daily weather patterns in the United Kingdom.


Today we would like you to be meteorologists! That means we would like you to look at the weather and create your own weather forecast on Purple Mash. Start off by looking at the weather in Maidstone on the BBC

Talk about what the different symbols mean. Why are they different on different days? What story does this tell us about the weather for the week?

Now open you 2Dos on Purple Mash and open ‘UK Weather Report’. You can either create a forecast for the weather this week or make up your own.

We look forward to seeing these saved to your folders (we are checking your work on Purple Mash each week – so many of you are working so hard! Thank you!)


Purple Mash and login details

Stay safe, best wishes from Mrs Bunce, Miss Collins, Miss Friend and Mrs Smith xxx