Year 2 (The Starfish)
PE ideas for home
Do you fancy doing some more PE at home? Why not follow this timetable to help you achieve this.
Or you could have a go at completing one of the challenges that is at the bottom for you to download.
If you are completing your Home Learning at home please make sure that you email me what you have done. It is nice for me to see how you are getting on and give you feedback on your work. Remember that if I have not seen your work I can not give you a Gold Award or sticker for your efforts.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday 11th January - Friday 14th January
If you are looking for something else to keep you busy at home, why not take a look at this timetable below that the BBC have provided. It looks exciting.
Attention Year 2 Parents/Carers
Please take a look at the link below. You have been sent it via text message but it is also available here.
Home Learning - Friday 18th December
Good morning Year 2,
Here is your learning for today. See how you get on with the activities. Enjoy your Christmas break and see you in the New Year.
English - Complete your English Christmas Activity Booklet that you took home yesterday.
Maths - Complete your Maths Christmas Activity Booklet that you took home yesterday.
Reading - Log in to your Reading Eggs.
Topic - Complete the activity below.
Week Beginning 23.11.20 - 30.11.20
We have had another fun packed week in Year 2. We have learnt all about what the Victorians used to eat and then made our very own sugar mice. We had to leave them to dry for a couple of days, but they were very yummy. We have also created our own recipe instructions for our own Wonka Bars. Why don’t you ask us how to make them? In Maths, we have been continuing to solve money problems. Adding a ‘p’ in our number sentence has confused us a little bit but we have been determined to complete the challenges. In our other learning, we used our RE knowledge to produce some colourful stain-glass style pictures of Ganesh, the god of wisdom and strength, we created a healthy food plate in Science and had a great session using the toboggans in PE.
Our Year 2 stars earnt their award this week by impressing the adults in class with their determination, hard work and resilience. Well done Freya and Jack.
Week Beginning 9.11.20 - 16.11.20
The one and only Mr Willy Wonka has written to ask Y2 to guard a secret recipe. To persuade us to help, he also sent along a sweet shop. We have worked super hard to earn golden tickets which allow us to buy the sweets at the end of each day. They are rather yummy. Miss Struggles and the other adults in class were really impressed with our replies. During our Maths sessions, we have been looking at fractions and how to divide both numbers and shapes equally. We were quite impressive!
In other areas of our learning, we used oil pastels to produce South American inspired artwork of some Amazon Rainforest animals and we had a fun IT lesson using the Lego WeDo to program our devices. We can’t wait to use that again. All in all, we have had a fabulous couple of weeks in Year 2!
Huge congratulations to Harvey, Jude and Verity for being our ‘Stars of the Week’ so far this term. They have all been very impressive!
Week Beginning 12.10.20 - 19.10.20
What a fabulous couple of weeks we have had in Year 2. It has been filled with more calculations but those have been focused on subtraction and multiplication. We have come to realise that the number line is rather tricky but the more we practise, the better we are getting. As a class, we have thoroughly enjoyed looking at the story ‘A Tale of Two Feathers’ where we looked at the four different sentence types and applied our knowledge of this to create a persuasive poster about a missing feather. Enjoy the half term holiday Year 2 so that you are fighting fit for Term Two.
Week Beginning 28.9.20 - 5.10.20
It has been a busy start to the Year 2 class. We have focused our learning on recalling what we remember from Year 1 and then thinking about what we need to do in Year 2. So far, we have been retelling the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel, learning about tens and ones along with place value and using this to help us solve addition calculations either with resources or with our structured or unstructured number line. We cannot wait to find out what we will be learning next.