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Wednesday 15th July

Hello Y2 smiley

Today we are looking at another of Jesus' miracles; the way he healed people with impairments and disabilities. 

Unlike many people of that time, Jesus did not ignore them or walk away. Instead, he always stopped to help them. Many of the stories in the Bible tell us about the amazing miracles he performed and today's Bible story is one of them. 

Our story is The Man lowered through the roof (Luke 5:17-26)

Watch the video of the story and then write a letter to a friend telling them about what happened as if you were there.

The Man Lowered Through The Roof - Luke 5:17-26

Wednesday 8th July 

RE

Good afternoon Y2 smiley 

Did you enjoy last week's Bible story about Bartimaeus?

How do you think he must have felt being able to see for the first time?

 

Jesus carried out many miracles where he healed people with sensory impairement. Another of these is when Jesus healed the deaf mute. This was a terrible affliction as it meant he could not hear or speak.

These people did not have the help and support that is available now.

Mark 7:31 Jesus Heals a Deaf and Mute Man

Jesus left the vicinity of Tyre and went through Sidon, There some people brought to him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, and they begged Jesus to place his hand on him.

 After he took him aside, away from the crowd, Jesus put his fingers into the man’s ears. Then he spit and touched the man’s tongue. 

 He looked up to heaven and with a deep sigh said to him, “Ephphatha!” (which means “Be opened!”). At this, the man’s ears were opened, his tongue was loosened and he began to speak plainly.

Jesus commanded them not to tell anyone. But the more he did so, the more they kept talking about it. People were overwhelmed with amazement. “He has done everything well,” they said. “He even makes the deaf hear and the mute speak.”

This is a very short but important story.

 

Mark [7:31-37] Jesus Heals a Deaf and Mute Man (15/02/2019)

Mark 7:31-37 Jesus Heals a Deaf and Mute Man J

I wonder how it must have felt being able to hear for the first time in your life.

What sounds do you think he heard? Would these be the same as you would hear today? Why? 

What do you think the man's first words would have been?

What would you say if it was you?

Wednesday 7th July

ICT

There are lots of types of computer games. You can solve puzzles, make things run and jump, drive a car or play a sport.

Computer games work by setting a task you need to do. When you finish one task you can move on to a new one.

When you make a game, you can decide what the tasks are and set the rules. You can make a computer game using code.

Click on the link to find out more about how to make a computer game.

RE

Wednesday 24th June

This week we are going to look at another of our stories from the Bible about Jesus who was a friend to everyone. Today's story is Blind Bartimaeus (Mark 10:46-52, Luke 18:35-43).

 

Poor Bartimaeus was blind and could not see at all. Can you image what that would be like? Much worse than waking up in the dark and not being able to see because when that happens to us, after a little while, our eyes become accustomed to the dark and we can see shapes and things do become more clear.

This was not the case with Bartimaeus. He saw nothing at all.

Everyday people walked passed and ignored him. Can you imagine how he must have felt?

 

However, one day, Jesus did take notice. He did not walk passed or ignore him.

Jesus not only saw him,  but he also listened and helped.

Why do you think he did this?

 

Watch the video of the story

Tiny Bible Treasures 7 Blind Bartimaeus Vimeo HD Watermark

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Now you have watched the video, think about how Bartimaeus felt when Jesus spoke to him.

 

In today’s world, this would be a sensational news story.

What would be the headline?

I would like you to re-write the story in the style of a newspaper report.

You will need to think about the following;

  • a namefor your paper
  • a sensational headline
  • interview from a witness (don't forget to put what they say in speech marks "..")
  • you want it to be read by lots of people so use exciting descriptions and use excalmation marks ! to draw their attendion - make it sensational
  • end with your name as the reporter

Wednesday 24th June   ICT

Wow, you have been busy making music Y2, well done! laugh

This week, I want to remind you about being safe while using your computers, laptops and tablets.

 

There are many fun and interesting things you can do using these devices.

There are amazing apps, wonderful websites and great games to play.

But it’s important to make sure they are safe before you use them.

 

As you have been working so hard with all your home learning, I am aware that most of it is online.

Our school website is safe for you but not all websites are!

 

Click on the link below to find out more

17.6.20

ICT 

This is our third lesson about making music on Purple Mash. 

You will need some adult help again today, please ask your grown ups to work through it with you. 

 

If you didn't complete last week's work, you will need to do that first.

 

I know that you have enjoyed making your music and I have loved listening to it. 

 

We are a class full of budding musicians. 

RE 

Today, we are continuing to learn about the story of the 10 lepers.

  • Look at the picture 
  • Can you create something similar to remind you of the story? Remember Jesus healed 10 men but only one said thank-you.
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10.5.20  RE

Jesus, Friend to Everyone

Today we are carrying on with our Bible stories about how Jesus was a friend to everyone. 

 

Today's story is   - The Ten Lepers (Luke 17:11-19)

 

  1. Watch the video
  2. Answer the questions on the worksheet (please write your answers in full sentences in your exercise books)

10 Lepers Bible Story for Kids

ICT 

This is our second lesson about making music on Purple Mash. 

You will need some adult help again today, please ask your grown ups to work through it with you. 

 

If you didn't complete last week's work, you will need to do that first.

 

Have fun 

Wednesday  June 3rd 

Jesus, Friend to Everyone

This half term we will be learning about stories which remind us of Jesus’ love for people of all people - people of any age and from any background. 

Jesus made friends with everyone.

He made time to speak to everyone, especially those who were considered by others, as not worthy of being spoken to by anyone.

 

Our first story is   - Jesus and the children (Mark 10:13-16).

In Jesus’ time children were not thought of with any high regard. So when people brought their children to be blessed by Jesus several adults tried to stop them. However, Jesus told them to let the children come to him. 

Jesus and the Children

 

People were bringing little children to Jesus for him to place his hands on them, but the disciples rebuked them. When Jesus saw this, he was indignant. He said to them, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.” And he took the children in his arms, placed his hands on them and blessed them.

 

Today's activity

When you have watched the video and looked through the pictures in the PowerPoint, I would like you to create your own picture which tells the story Jesus and the children. You can draw, paint, make a collage - be creative and make your picture amazing. Have fun. 

ICT

For the next few weeks you will have fun, making music on Purple Mash. 

 You will need some adult help today, please ask your grown ups to work through it with you. 

Have fun. 

20.5.20

ICT

Today you are going to carry on practising your coding skills. 

Let's have a go at   Turtle. 

Remember, if you get stuck, watch the tutorial videos. 

 

RE - Design a symbol to represent Pentecost.

Now you know the story of the Pentecost, can you think why are  included in the symbol for Pentecost?

Why is the dove included in the symbol for Pentecost? 

 

You might need to look back at last week's work to find the answers. 

 

Look at the symbols below and then try to design your own symbol. 

Make sure you use flames and a dove in your symbol design. 

Please share your designs on our blog, I would love to see them. 

 

 

        

Wednesday 13th May 

RE

Today we are starting to learn about The Pentecost. 

  • First watch the Lego video of The Pentecost. 
  • Read the story of The Pentecost on the PowerPoint
  • Then you can choose how you record the story. Look at the work sheets below and choose your favourite method of recording. 

You could:

  1. Make your own cartoon strip using pictures and speech bubbles.
  2. Complete the activity sheet to write about the story

Remember, you do not need to print these out, you can use your exercise book or plain paper. 

 

Pentecost explained with LEGO!

The solemnity of Pentecost celebrates what happened in Jerusalem 50 days after the resurrection of Jesus at Easter. This video tells you what happened. With ...

ICT

Let's carry on practising our coding skills on Purple Mash.

Make sure you read instructions carefully so you complete each task correctly and move onto the next one. 

Today, please complete 'Vehicles' challenge.

Remember there are videos to help if you get stuck - just click on the green triangle in the black piece of film, top right corner. 

 

Wednesday 6.5.20

RE

Hi everyone, last week in RE we looked at some beautiful paintings of Jesus ascending to heaven. Well today it is your turn; today I would like you to draw a picture of what you think heaven is like. 

You can print out the sheet if you would like to or just draw your picture on plain paper. 

Be creative and have fun. 

These pictures show Jesus ascending to heaven, what do you think heaven looks like?

ICT

Let's carry on practising our coding. Can you complete the snail race challenges?

Remember you can watch the videos to help you. 

Wednesday 29.4.20

RE

Today in RE we are looking at some beautiful paintings which tell the story of The Ascension. 

First look at the PowerPoint and answer the questions 

  • Who is in the picture?
  • Where are they?
  • What is happening?

 If you can't remember the story, look back at last week's work.

 

Which painting do you like best? Why?

 

Look at the worksheet, if we were in school we would answer these questions in groups, one painting at a time.

Today, you could either print out the sheet and fill it in or just talk to a grown up and answer the questions verbally. 

 

ICT

Hi everyone.

Our unit for this half term was meant to be 'making pictures' but I have decided to revise coding instead as most of you seem to have found the artist work difficult (very little was completed). 

Have fun coding instead. see if you can remember everything we learnt. Look at the picture below to help you get started. 

Wednesday 22.4.20

Our RE topics this half term are Ascension and Pentecost.

Ascension follows on from the Easter story, when Jesus rose from the dead. Watch the Lego clip and read the PowerPoint to explain the Ascension story. Once you know the story, you can tell the story in pictures. You can use speech bubbles if you would like to. 

The Feast of the Ascension explained with LEGO

Ascension Day explained in two minutes. With LEGO!

Ascension story in PowerPoint form

Draw pictures to tell the story.

ICT 22.4.20

Wednesday 1.4.20

This afternoon, we have RE and ICT.

In RE we are finishing our unit about Easter and the Easter symbols. I have sent you some information about Paschal candles and your task is to design and label one of your own. 

ICT We are starting our new unit of work - Creating pictures.

The first task is to research Impressionism then  draw your own impressionist picture on Purple Mash - I have sent you the link. Have fun and enjoy being creative. 

Wednesday 25.3.20

On our timetable today we are doing RE and ICT.

 

RE - Last week we learnt about Easter symbols and how they help us to remember the Easter story.

I have added a clip and PowerPoint to help you to remember what we learnt.

Today, can you draw a beautiful Easter picture which includes some of the Easter Symbols?

I would love to see your pictures, maybe your grown-ups  could photograph them and email them to me. I will add some of your pictures to the daily chat.  Have fun. 

ICT - We have been learning how to use a search engine on your computers to find information. 

Please carry on searching for facts to use in your leaflet. Remember to make a page on your leaflets about The Great Barrier Reef, Bondi Beach and Australian animals. 

I have put some links below to start you off. Happy searching. 

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