What great expressive reading of the recent fluency text!
Using Oxford Owl online is a great way to read a variety of texts.
Another creative design of the Eiffel Tower and a visit to see the real thing!
Wow – this model must taken some time and patience.
I also managed to find a photo from visiting Paris 15 years ago!
We loved this junk modelling – combining design technology, science and money education!
More creative junk modelling
Great money education and homophone spelling learning.
Science – experiments and trees
Keeping calm with some yoga
Possible Junior Bake Off contestant here having made their sisters’ birthday cake. Yummy!
More Lexia success
We’ve had some more Lexia success with Sunny, Hafsa, Theo and Zhuokai achieving their next level. Great work – keep it up!
Lexia is a great online resource to support your child’s reading.
Bonjour all the way from France
Year 2 have been learning about France and Europe.
Today, we received a special delivery for the Year 2 staff and we are all excited to take up our challenge! Thank you!
Home learning at school
Some of our class are completing their home learning at school at the moment.
Look at these great drawings of the Eiffel Tower.
Learning a new skill of touch typing…
A picture paints a thousand words.
Year 2 are currently learning how to spell there, their and they’re.
Today, one of the children sent in a picture using one of these spellings. It made me stop and think just how proud we are of all our children.
One picture can paint a thousand words!
Well done to Ehtasham, Hafsa and Betsy who have reached their next level in Lexia.
Dem bones, dem bones ……….
This week, Year 2 have been enjoying some scary learning based on extracts from The Funnybones books.
When they had completed their reading task, the children were asked to get creative and make skeletons using materials they could find around the house.
Here are some homemade Funnybones characters.
Another great week of home learning!
What have we been up to?
Here are some pictures of the various activities Year 2 have been up to.
Keep up the good work!
Last week, part of our home learning was about Ramadan. One of our class mates sent us this learning to tell us more about it.