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Weekly timetable for home schooling a year 2 child during the UK coronavirus school shutdown period.

Daily Timetable

From
To
Acti­vity
09:00
09:30
Fresh air / PE
09:30
09:45
Garden
09:45
10:45
Academic period
10:45
11:45
Creative period
11:45
12:00
Family
12:00
12:45
Lunch
12:45
13:00
Chores
13:00
14:00
Academic period
14:00
15:00
Literacy / Reading

Fresh Air

Take a walk
Identi­fy/­count plants
Do exercises
Identi­fy/­count bugs
Scooter ride
Spot cloud shapes
Bike ride

Creative Period

Lego
Playdough
Drawing
Music
Painting
Cooking
Crafting
Woodwork
Collage
Labo

Garden

Check on and water plants
Tidy up garden toys
Check on weather station
Check bug box

Family

Video call with family member
Video lesson / reading led by remote family member
Phone call with family member
Write a letter or postcard to family member
Learn about family tree

Chores

Wipe down surfaces
Put rubbish in bin
Tidy up toys
Put away clothes
Help prepare dinner
Misc cleaning
Clean windows

Useful Links

 

Academic Period: Literacy

Read­ing
 ­ 
Reading words by sight without sounding out
 
Spelling patterns and rules
 
Possessive apostr­ophes
 
Homoph­ones, and near-h­omo­phones
 
Suffixes
Hand­wri­ting
 
Correct letter formation
 
Which letters should be joined (all but b, g, j, p, q, x, y, z, s)
 
Consistent letter sizing
 
Practice writing stories, poetry and about real events
 
Practice tripod grip

Academic Period: Grammar

Nouns, Adjectives and Adverbs
Noun phrases and expanded noun phrases
Capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclam­ation marks
Statem­ents, questions, exclam­ations and commands
Past and present tenses
Subord­ination
Suffixes
Compound sentences

Academic Period: Maths

2, 3, 5, and 10 times tables
Understand place values of digits in multi-­digit numbers
Multip­lic­ation and division facts for 2, 5 and 10 times tables
Addition and subtra­ction with two-digit and one-digit numbers
Fractions: ⅓, ¼, ½, and ¾
Measures, including weight, capacity, and length
Tell the time to five minutes
Properties of 2D and 3D shapes
Data-h­andling methods such as bar charts and pictograms
Number bonds to 20 (1+19, 2+18 etc)
Practice using place values
Practice estimating numbers
Compare and order numbers from 0 to 100 using <, > and = signs

Academic Period: Design and Technology

Design a product for themselves
Generate, develop, model and commun­icate their ideas through talking, drawing, templates, mock-ups
Select and use approp­riate tools and materials to solve a problem
Explore and compare products (similar, or in a range)
Build structures and explore they can be made stronger, stiffer and more stable
Explore how levers, sliders, wheels and axles work and can be used

Academic Period: Food and Cooking

Learn the basic principles of a health diet
Learn how to prepare basic dishes
Understand where food comes from
 

Academic Period: Science

Living things and their habitats
Plants and their uses
Animals, including humans
Uses of everyday materials
How to work scient­ifi­cally
How to observe closely
How to record observ­ations

Academic Period: Geography

7 continents and 5 oceans
4 countries and capital cities of the United Kingdom
Seas around the UK
Seasonal and daily weather, hot and cold parts of the world
Identify: beach, cliff, coast, forest, hill, mountain, sea, ocean, river, soil, valley, vegeta­tion, season and weather
Identify: city, town, village, factory, farm, house, office, port, harbour and shop
Use world maps, atlases and globes in conjun­ction with the above
Simple compass directions
Devise a simple map, use and construct basic symbols in a key

Academic Period: History

Recent historical events
 
Falklands War
 
Financial Crash
 
EU Referendum
Major historical events
 
The Battle of Hastings
 
Great fire of London
 
First aeroplane flight
 
World Wars 1 and 2
 
The Magna Carta
 
The Wars of the Roses
 
The Gunpowder Plot
 
The Battle of Waterloo
Impo­rtant historical figures
 ­ 
Scient­ists, eg Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin
 
Inventors, eg William Caxton and Tim Berner­s-Lee
 
Explorers, eg Neil Armstrong and Captain Scott, Christ­opher Columbus
 
Activists, eg Rosa Parks and Emily Davison
 
Artists, eg Pieter Bruegel the Elder and LS Lowry
 
Authors, eg William Shakes­peare and Charkes Dickens
 
Humani­tar­ians, eg Mary Seacole, Florence Nighti­ngale and Edith Cavell
 
Royals, eg Henry VIII, Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria
                   
 

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