Week Commencing 25.05.2020 (half term)
This week is half term and there are no expectations for home learning. However, should you wish to continue with some structure in your days, please find a range of activities below. Enjoy your week
Week commencing 04.05.2020
Please find below learning for this week. The sorting cards is an attachment for one of the Land A'Hoy tasks.
Week commencing 27.04.2020
Please find below some activities for the week ahead.
(The Ramadan paper lantern activity can easily be done using paper, rather than printing the template.)
Week Commencing 20.04.20
Thursday 23rd April - St George's Day
We have added some extra tasks for St George's Day, including a story to read, a writing activity and some maths challenges. You might also want to design your own dragon! Perhaps you could make a model using items from your recycling? Or paint a picture? Perhaps you could make a cartoon to tell the story, with some pictures? We would love to see what you come up with - send us your pictures!
If you were looking for more work for your child to do, there are several websites that you can access that have daily lessons on. Please see below:
Below is the link that will take you to the Collins Big Cat books for children to access and read online.
White Rose MATHS ACTIVITIES
In Year 2, we follow the White Rose Maths scheme for our daily lessons. The White Rose website now has a dedicated section for Home Learning where you can access a daily maths lesson, linked to the learning we would be doing in school. Each lesson has a video for input to go through the learning, a worksheet to demonstrate understanding and an answer sheet to check over at the end. The resources are really clear and easy to use, should you wish to follow them.
Week 1 and Week 2 could be used over the Easter break, should you wish to!
Week 3 would link to the week starting Monday 20th April.
Easter holiday - English and Maths Problem Solving
Here are some fun problem-solving tasks that you might wish to attempt over the Easter break. They focus on solving problems and finding clues to discover the culprit who committed a crime! There are some tricky questions so children may need a bit of help: the answers are provided but no cheating!!
Here is a link to a wonderful, interactive website, based on the Great Fire of London. Make sure you have the volume turned on so that you can hear the story and instructions.
When you have finished, you might like to try one of these tasks.
Here are some fun, family activities that you may wish to try over the coming weeks. Many can be done using paper and pencils and don't require printing, unless you wish to.
Please find below the PowerPoint that was shared at our recent 'Meet the Teacher' session.