Home learning 10.03.23
We are sad that you are not in school today but please see your learning for you to complete while you are at home. Check out our snow fun challenge at the bottom of the page too.
We look forward to seeing you all on Monday.
Miss Johnson and Mrs Robinson.
First get yourself up and ready to move with our fraction song.
Have a go at recapping our prior learning by playing this fraction game on level 1 or 2.
Then have a go at the activity we have set you on Doodle. If you cannot access Doodle, please have a go at the sheet below if you can print it off.
Watch the video below and join in with the Worst Witch.
Please click on the sheets that are suitable for your group below and have a go at completing them.
Today we are learning about improving sentences. Have a go at re-writing the sentences below by adding a conjunction and adjectives to describe the nouns. Remember to use your neatest handwriting.
Jack ran away from the giant.
The giant had a hen.
Jack's Mum was cross.
The giant's wife helped Jack.
Conjunctions you may want to include are and, because, if, so, when, which, while or but.
Have a go at drawing what you can see from outside your window - you could focus on one snow tree or bush to link with our learning about plants.
Finally, we would love to see your snow fun - can you build a beanstalk or make your own giant footprints in the snow. Please send photos to firstname.lastname@example.org. House points will be awarded for the best Giant related snow fun.
Welcome to Year 2!
Miss Johnson, Mrs Robinson, Mrs Ward and Mrs Wells would like to welcome you to Year 2. We can't wait to do lots of amazing learning together and see you show our school values of respect, resilience and co-operation. We will regularly update our class page, so you can see all of the fantastic learning that is happening in 2 Cadbury and 2 Bird and also find any games and resources that you may want to use at home.
How can you help your child at home:
Please click on the star below, to find out ideas and suggestions about how you can support your child at home with their learning.
Is the life of a pirate for you?
Come with us on 'swashbuckling' adventure to discover what life was like for a pirate. Use your learning about famous pirates, pirate ships, pirate clothes and more to decide if you would of liked to be a pirate. Use your investigative skills to find the answers to questions like:
Did pirates really walk the plank as punishment?
Did pirates have parrots as pets?
Where did pirates go to the toilet?
Were all pirates boys?
Pirate games and resources:
What we have been up to recently:
Have a look at the photos below to see some of the learning we have already completed in Year 2.
Firstly, we had a strange chest that appeared in our classroom and we had to predict who we thought it belonged to by looking inside at the objects. Can you spot some of the objects we found inside the chest? Who did you think it belonged too?
In Maths, we started our learning thinking about the easiest way of counting lots of numbers of straws. We used our resilience and co-operation skills to try lots of different ways of counting large numbers. Which was was the best?
In Science, we went outside to investigate different objects. We were sorting the objects into different groups. Can you remember how we sorted the objects?
Year 2's amazing learning:
We have been investigating which type of money holder is the best to store the pirate's treasure in in DT. The children have loved designing their money holder and even practised their sewing skills ready to make pirate purses to store their gold coins. We were amazed by the children's determination and resilience while practising their sewing. Well done, Year 2!
In Maths, we have been continuing our learning on place value and thinking about the < and > symbols. We have also been thinking about adding together numbers. How many tens and ones are in the numbers below?
56 27 91
In PE, we have been thinking of pirate dance moves ready to perform a class pirate dance and we have also been practising our song in Music. Click the link below to hear the song at home too - can you remember our dance moves?
Also, don't forget to have a look at some of our photos below too.
Our Pirate Day was a huge success with lots of pirate activities. We must say, that the children made an excellent pirate crew and their outfits were fantastic. Have a look to see what we got up to.
We also went on a pirate adventure to find treasure. On our adventure we:
hopped across stepping stones
swam through a river
walked carefully through a forest
climbed a steep hill
explored a dark, scary cave