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Year 2

Hi Year 2,

We hope that you are all ok and keeping safe at home!

Here is some work that you can be getting on with to keep your brains working hard. Please keep checking back here, as we will be adding work all the time.

Miss Powley, Ms Foster, Mrs Singh, Mrs Linton and Miss Dagless laugh

 

Maths Home Learning:

We will be adding five maths lessons each week. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully, a worksheet and the answers.

 

Use this link to access the video clips for each lesson:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

 

English Home Learning:

Discovering Children's Books:

Lots of book based activities to keep you amused.

Oxford Owl is currently free to sign up to, and has a huge range of great e-books to access. You can sort them by book band, phonics level, reading age (suitable from age 3 - 11). Happy reading laugh

 

https://oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=Age+4-5&level=&level_select=&book_type=&series=

Home learning ideas based on our Kenya topic:

Watch the story of Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain, then create your own story map.  Rehearse your story with actions then perform it to someone in your home.

Science:

 

This half term in Science we are learning more about living things and their habitats.

 

Watch the Presentation and have a go at sorting the cards into living, dead or never alive. 

 

Enjoy!yes

Non-Screen Activities

Non-Screen Activities 1

In Year 2 this year are Ms Foster and Miss Powley with support from  Mrs Singh, Miss Dagless and Mrs Linton.

 

Each term our Learning Challenge Curriculum work will have a particular focus such as materials, habitats, Kenya or the Victorians.  The children will be encouraged to both ask and answer questions to help them discover more about the topic.  Visits and visitors will help develop our knowledge and understanding.

 

Our learning journey in Numeracy will enable us to add and subtract larger numbers using partitioning and number lines.  We will learn how to multiply and divide and applying all our learning to solving word problems. In English we will learn to write sentences using time connectives, noun phrases and adverbs so that we can write interesting sentences for both fiction and non-fiction work.

 

We will be encouraged to think for ourselves, ask questions and work co-operatively so we can become more independent and resilient learners so we can make good progress this year. 

 

We will really concentrate on improving our ability to read and talk about a variety of books.  The children will develop their phonic skills using the DfES Letters and Sounds scheme to support them with reading and writing.  We want to develop our enjoyment of reading by looking at the sorts of words and phrases that authors use .

  You could really help your child by sharing reading regularly with them.


We will be doing P.E. every Wednesday this term so your child needs to have a pair of shorts and a tee-shirt. 
 

Please make sure your child has a pair of pumps or another pair of shoes to wear indoors when it is raining or for outdoor P.E. lessons.

 

If you would like to talk to us about anything, the end of the day is usually the best time to have a chat.   

 

 

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