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The Learning Project documents below, contain an outline of the activities your child is expected to do while at home from Monday 19th June until Friday 10th July.

There are copies of worksheets that are suitable for the majority of children in Year 2. You do not need to print off the worksheets if you don't want to, you can simply answer questions in your excersise books provided. If you feel your child would not be able to access these please contact me via my email and I will recommend alternative provision.

For more online education resources to help your child learn at home please visit:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources

Many thanks for supporting you child's learning during these difficult times and if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me by my email address and I will reply as promptly as possible during school hours.

Thank You and take care,

Miss S Ross

*Competition Time*

Complete your Geography and Science project work below and share your learning with me at the end of each week by email. 

How creative can you be? I can't wait to recieve PowerPoints, posters, photographs etc. 

One impressive project will be sent forward to enter the whole school competition ...

Will you be a winner?

Week 9 and 10 Home Learning Projects

English - Writing

Please complete the daily English lesson from BBC Bitesize.Lessons can be found by clicking on the 'Bitesize' image below.

 

Please also complete the Talk for Writing home-school booklet below, all about super-heroes. Aim to complete one activity per day. 

English - Reading and Comprehension

Encourage your child to read a book on Oxford Owl, discuss what your child enjoyed about the book. Ask your child how different characters felt at different points in the story or why the characters acted the way they did.

Watch Newsround and discuss what is happening in the wider world. Explore new vocabulary you find when reading.

 

Please complete the following comprehensions over the next two weeks. 

Silly Summer Reading Challenge

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English - Grammar

For the next 2 weeks, we will be practicing how to recognise commas in a list. Start with the PowerPoint and then complete the Varied Fluency VF and Application and Reasoning AR work.

Aim to complete one page each day.

English Spelling

Use the Look, Say, Cover, Write Check sheets to practise the Year 2 Tricky words. Can you write sentences containing some of the tricky words?

Maths

We will continue to follow the daily lessons on the BBC Bitesize home learning page. Please complete the lesson each day.

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Play Numbots at least 3x per week.

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Complete the 'Flashback Four' daily maths questions. There are four different maths questions every day for you to have a go at. 

History- Kings and Queens

Please continue with our new history topic which is all about ‘Kings and Queens’. This Kings and Queens topic will focus on the significant British monarchs in history, and gives a more in-depth study of Richard III as well as asking the children to draw comparisons between Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria.

 

Please see the ‘Knowledge Organiser’ for essential information and present your learning in any way you like. Be creative!

Science- Living Things and their Habitats

Please continue with our new science topic which involves learning all about living things and their habitats. Go for a walk and see what living creatures you can find. Where do they live and why do they live there? 

Please see the ‘Knowledge Organiser’ for essential information and present your learning in any way you like. 

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Come and See

PSHE

Computing

Click on the picture link below to learn about computing.

 

Oak Academy - Extra Lessons

BBC Bitesize Daily - Extra Lessons

Classroom Secrets Kids

Home Learning Timetable

Mindfulness

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