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Home Learning – Summer Week 4 – Year 2

Home Learning – Summer Week 4 – Year 2

Dear parents,

It was lovely to get the chance to speak to you and your child last week and I hope you found the conversation beneficial with regards to home learning and expectations. It’s nice to know we’re all in the same boat! You are all doing your best and deserve plenty of praise for doing a difficult job under difficult circumstances so it is very much appreciated. It was lovely to speak to the children too so a throughly worth while experience overall (I did not manage to call everybody so I’ll be doing another round of calls on Monday!).

The home learning grid focuses on reading and comprehension activities, finishing off our Pentecost topic, as well as science, and art and design. Please remember, you only need do what you can with these activities.

Homework Grid wb 11-5-20

Literacy this week focuses on the Myth of Pandora’s Box. Please follow the guide and work through the activities.

https://www.talk4writing.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Y2-Unit.pdf

For maths this week, please use week 3 dated the 4/5/20 – apologies for the confusion last week but we now have full access to White Rose so we will start at again from the above date so no sessions are missed, basically we’re one week behind if you followed my learning from last week.

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

In science, we will carry on looking at Animals including Humans.

Growing and Changing Presentation

Human Growth Timeline Activity

Pirate reading comprehensions and an example of a treasure map:

A Pirate in my Paddling Pool – Comprehension

The Curse of the Black Shell – Comprehension

Treasure Map

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

Science- Will it blow away?

Reception have been reading the story of The Three Little Pigs. Last week they looked at different materials and objects and predicted whether the big bad wolf from the story would be able to blow them away. Reception used the word ‘predict’ and gave reasons for their predictions e.g. I predict that the feather will… Continue Reading