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Home Learning – Summer Week 5 – Year 2

 

Thank you to all who have signed up to Seesaw – it means you should now have a journal for your child and if you send work in I can add comments and points for learning if necessary. If you haven’t signed up, don’t worry – please see the e-mail sent last week and follow the guidelines. You don’t need to send in every piece of work so feel free to send in what you want – it’s been lovely seeing the photographs of cake making, reading, and all the work that your children are producing. I will also be send work out via Seesaw in the future.

Please find below the homework learning fgrid for summer week 5. This week the theme is explorers and the children will focus on the Italian explorer and colonizer Christopher Columbus who made four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean to the New World. This will build upon previous learning as the children have also learned about Neil Armstrong and the historic moon landing in 1969.

Homework Grid wb 18-5-20

Use the link below for all literacy and topic activities this week. This link is for Pobble which is a writing platform that we use in school. As stated above, the theme for literacy and the topic is explorers. Use the home learning guide above to see how I have broken this down into day-to-day activities – literacy and afternoon tasks. I am sure the children will enjoy this!

https://app.pobble.com/lessons/preview/22b7d6a6

Use the link below for maths, please use Summer – Week 4 (w/c 11/4/20) if you are following the home learning grid you should now be on to this week i.e. one week behind. However, feel free to go through activities at your own pace. The 1st link below is to watch the video tutorials only – the links below that are all of the work sheets and answer sheets for this week. White Rose Maths Hub have changed the format again so I will upload the PDFs separately.

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

Lesson 1 Add and subtract 10s 2019

Lesson 1 Answers Add and subtract 10s 2019

Lesson 2 Add 2-digit numbers (2) 2019

Lesson 2 Answers Add 2-digit numbers (2) 2019

Lesson 3 Answers Subtract 2-digit numbers (2) 2019

Lesson 3 Subtract 2-digit numbers (2) 2019

Lesson 4 Answers Bonds to 100 (tens and ones) 2019

Lesson 4 Bonds to 100 (tens and ones) 2019

Please also see the home learning grid and use the PDFs below for science – Animals inluding Humans – The importance of Exercise.

Exercise Lesson Presentation

Exercise Word Mat

Exercise Word Search

Exploring Exercise

Lesson Plan Exercise

 

 

Parental Information for Online Safety

Parental Information for Online Safety

Dear parents and carers, Whilst there are huge benefits to being online in order to stay connected to family and friends during this period, we recognise that many parents may feel concerned about the activities and content their children are accessing when online. The government has put together a great selection of guidance on this… Continue Reading

Year 2 – Home Learning – Summer – Week 2

Year 2 – Home Learning – Summer – Week 2

Dear parents, I hope you and your families are safe and well and are enjoying the time you have together and the wonderful weather we have been blessed with. Below you will find the Home Learning grid for the week beginning 27 April. As always, there are a number of lessons for children to work… Continue Reading

Year 2 and 4: Primary Engineering

Year 2 and 4: Primary Engineering

A fantastic session in class all linked to our primary engineering work. We had employees from Grundos come in and talk to children about the work that they do on hydraulic pumps and what it is like to be an engineer. Children had the chance to observe, interact and discuss examples of engineering and saw… Continue Reading

Year 2: Gymnastics

Year 2: Gymnastics

Gymnastics Year 2 children had a brilliant P.E. session today and focused on being able to show a clear pike, tuck and a straddle.   Children also demonstrated the difference between a tense body and a relaxed body in the movements they made. Children were then asked the question: Why does good strength improve performance?… Continue Reading