Yr 2 :
Please provide either waterproof shoes ,wellington boots or a spare pair of outdoor shoes for your child to wear during wet school days.
Please learn these spellings for the test on Friday 25th September.
Dear Parents / Guardians,
I have set up a Google Classroom for people to use. Google classroom will allow you to look at objectives, communicate and send work (if you wish to). All work will be sent to Google Classroom from now on.
All you need to do is go to Google Classroom, create an account and then add the code that will be sent to you by email. The email will be sent from my new email address.
You can use Google Classroom to send work / picture / videos.
I have already put objectives for next week on the Google Classroom. Please be patient with me and the system, as I am new to it. I hope you find the lesson plans useful. Please bear in mind that some objectives may repeat over time to reinforce learning.
Remember all work is OPTIONAL. No need to stick to a timetable, use your own initiative. Explore any of the objectives as much as you like, and revisit any if your child finds something difficult. Keep a steady pace and don’t attempt all work at once. Use these lessons as an ‘extra’ part of the day with socialising time and creative time. Don’t forget to do the fun stuff like create a den, use Lego, cook and bake whilst giving them all the usual love and reassurance that you already do. Think of the welfare of your children. Go outside in the garden (if you have one) and stay positive.
(English /Maths) Finding objects that were longer, taller, smaller, wider than them. Using ‘er’ and ‘est’ suffix.
We also put some items together in order.
(Phonics ‘air’ )Putting hair on a chair.
(P.E.) Learning to play cricket.
70’s (P.E.) Learning 70’s dance moves
70’s (P.E) Learning the classic school games.
70’s (History / Computing) Learning about the changes in video games.
(English) Creating posters about the 70’s.
80’s (Art/ Maths) Creating some 80’s style art.
90’s (History) Learning and playing with toys from the 90’s (Crazy Bones).
(D.T.) Planning and making our own crazy bones out of clay.
(2000’s) Learning the Cha Cha Slide.
(Science) We met a real reptile and learnt all about its daily routine and more.
(Comprehension) One of the Hawks managed to balance a spoon on their nose, like a character in our story book.
(Phonics) Making a queue of people for the ‘ue’ sound.
(Drama) We were amazed by the wonder theatre performance of The Billy Goats Gruff.