Hello Year 2!
How are you all? What have you been up to? We hope you’ve had restful weekend and are ready for this week’s learning and challenges. Here are some of the photos you sent in of your fantastic home learning:
Adam from Indigo class at Whitehorse Manor created an amazing jungle habitat box. Brilliant work Adam!
|Nealan from Ash class at Brigstock took part in a family egg and spoon race, as part of the sports’ day themed activities set last week. But who was the winner?||Amario from Turquoise at Cypress created a brilliant undersea habitat plate. Great work, keep it up!|
Zoe from Ruby class at Cypress researching exciting facts about sea life creatures and writing down was she has learnt on a poster! Great work!
|Farah from Satellites class at Ecclesbourne solving the tricky fractions problems set last week!
Keep up the hard work!
Meredith from Violet class at Cypress dressed up as a fantastic looking pirate, with her very own skull and bone flag! Arggh!
Brook from Purple class at Whitehorse Manor with his soap craving creation. It was very tricky task but Brook did not give and persevered! Great craving Brook!
|Renee from Lilac class at Whitehorse Manor created a chilly, icy habitat box. Well done, great work!||Liam from Ash class at Brigstock with his 3D habitat box. Excellent work! This sure was an activity that lots of you loved last week!|
Don’t forget to keep us updated with your learning and adventures at home by sending in photos to the year 2 email – email@example.com.
Last week, lots more children attended their class Google Meets and it was so lovely to see more of your faces. We have lots more class Google Meets happening this week again. Please check out the ‘Extra activities’ tab for information on days, times and nicknames. Don’t forget you will need your .306 log on details to help you log on, if you do not have these details please email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org at least one day before your Meet. Detailed instructions and a timetable of this week’s meetings can be found here.
On the 12th July, it is National Simplicity Day. When I was looking for awareness days this week, this one make me stop and think. We have spent lots of time at home over the last few months but have there been days where we have spent too much time watching TV, playing video games, playing on the computer or playing on a grown ups mobile phone? National Simplicity Day is all about put our phones and technology away and spending time with our families, enjoying the simple things. Maybe you could play a board game, do a puzzle, help out with some cooking or baking or even sit outside and read a book in the fresh air. Let us know what you get up to!
We have lots more exciting activities planned this week. In literacy, we are continuing our work on sea life creatures and are creating a sea poem and writing a riddle. In maths, we will be re-capping money, looking a different ways we can make an amount and find the change. In DT, you will be making a sock puppet and we can’t wait to see what crazy creations you make! We also have a special ‘Year 2 memories’ lesson where you will be looking back on your time in year 2 and choosing your favourite memory and proudest achievements. Also, have a listen to Miss Wehnam reading two sea themed stories: ‘The boy who unplugged the sea‘ by Paul Brown and ‘What’s more scarier than a shark?‘ by Paul Bright.
|Session 1||Session 2||Session 3|
|Monday||Literacy – sea poem – ‘Commotion in the Ocean’||Maths – using different coins to make an amount||Science – life cycle of a duck|
|Tuesday||Literacy – write your own sea themed poem||Maths – using coins to make an amount||DT – design and make a sock puppet|
|Wednesday||Literacy – solve sea creature riddles||Maths – Pegasus beach shop||PSHE – Understanding equality|
|Thursday||Literacy – write your own sea creature riddles||Maths – Pegasus pier problems||Pegasus Trust Challenge – BLM|
|Friday||Sea creature comprehensions||Year 2 leavers’ memories||ICT – Follow the digital trail|
We hope you all have a fantastic week and we can’t wait to see you at your class Meet.
Keep safe, take care of each other and be kind!
The Year 2 Team