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Welcome to Year 2

Welcome to our Year 2 page. Here you will find important information about our Class routines, curriculum and general information. Please scroll down to keep up to date with our class blog.

Our Year 2 Staff:

Miss Weldon – Teacher
Mrs Dover – Teaching Assistant


Happy Easter!

Hello and welcome back to our blog. Although we have only had 3 weeks back at school as a whole class, it has been filled with fun and excitement while learning. The children have worked extremely hard and Miss Weldon and Mrs Dover are very proud!

Maths at the Movies – Everything is Awesome!

On Friday, it was ‘Maths at the Movies’ where all of our tasks were linked to a theme. In Year 2, we focused on ‘The Lego Movie’. We have estimated how many pieces of Lego would be in a cup before counting and building with them, we have created pictograms showing ‘Year 2’s favourite item to build using Lego’ and we have built a maze and used position and direction to guide our friends through the maze to the treasure!

Check out our trailer for ‘Everything is Awesome’ which shows what we have been getting up to…

Active Sunderland Easter School Holiday Club

The Active Sunderland School Holiday Club is back online for Easter. From park trails to exercise classes in your living room, there’ll be lots of fun activities to keep the whole family moving. There are lots of ideas to keep everyone busy including crafts, recipes, challenges and more including the return of our Step Up Sunderland Park Trails. Join the club by following the link below.
https://sunderland.foleon.com/as-school-holiday-club-easter-2021/as-school-holiday-club-easter-2021/

Word of the week:

Please recap our words of the week that we have covered this term. Children should be able to read and spell the words with ease.

Finally,
Have a safe Easter holiday and enjoy yourselves. Thank you for working hard!

Miss Weldon

Week beginning – Monday 22nd March

Last week, we had a great week in Year 2 and all of the children worked very hard. We played many mathematical games to develop our skills this week, remembered our adjectives for expanded noun phrases in English and studied plants in Science.

We also have children in our class who are now published authors! While learning from home, children took part in the Young Writers competition and three children from Year 2 have won. They received a wonderful certificate and the opportunity for their work to be published! Well done!

Word of the week this week is pretty. We have completed a range of tasks in class to help us to remember the spelling of this word!

Dates to remember:
PE is every Tuesday and Thursday. Please bring your child to school in their PE kit.
Reading books will be handed out on Monday and should be returned daily. They will be changed every Friday.

Week beginning – Monday 15th March

Hello Year 2, well done for an amazing week at school – you have worked so hard!
Dates to remember:
PE is every Tuesday and Thursday. Please bring your child to school in their PE kit.
Reading books will be handed out on Monday and should be returned daily. They will be changed every Friday.

Word of the week this week is everybody, we have been learning a song in school to help us remember it too!

This week, we have also worked on developing our own Secret Garden in school. This is a whole school project and progress can be found on our ‘Eco Warriors’ blog page. Here are Year 2 exploring and helping to produce a wonderful garden for everybody to use.

Week beginning – Monday 8th March

Hello Year 2, we are so excited for Monday as all of our children return to school! You have worked so hard at home and in school and I’m very proud of you all.

This week, it has been Science week and you have developed your STEM skills each day. Why not have a look at our Eco Warriors and Whole School Blog and watch some videos which have been uploaded!

Week beginning – Monday 1st March

Hello everybody, I hope you had a lovely weekend and are ready for a new week! This week, we are beginning our British Science Week celebrations. Make sure you keep up to date with events happening in school via our class blogs, eco team’s blog and the school Facebook page.

This week, I have set the whole school a fantastic challenge which will help to develop our new Secret Garden.

Throughout the week, children at home and in school will complete some tasks linked to STEM, challenging stereotypes and developing our outdoor area with British Science Week.

Word of the week this week is whole. I have uploaded work on Showbie to develop your knowledge of this spelling which should be completed throughout the week.

Week beginning – Monday 22nd February

Hello everyone and welcome back, I hope you had a lovely week of relaxing and staying safe.

Word of the week this week is who, please practise this so you can read and spell with ease!

You have all worked very hard across the week and I have been amazed at the work that has been produced. Here are some amazing examples:

End of term – Friday 12th February

What a wonderful week we have had and I think the snow has made it even more fun. You have all worked very hard throughout the term and I’m very proud of the effort you have all made on Showbie.

I would also like to thank family members who have supported the children with their online learning – it has been lovely to have your support!

Thank you for all of your hard work this term, have a safe and fun half term.

Miss Weldon

Week beginning – Monday 8th February

Hello Year 2, well done for another great week. This week we celebrated Screen Free Wednesday’s where we took ourselves away from the screens and completed some fun tasks at home! Here are some brilliant images from the day.

Here is your word of the week this week, I have added some spelling tasks on Showbie for you too!

This week is our last week of term and I’m excited to see the work you’ll be producing in our lesson time.
Reminders:
Phonics is available for 24 hours, please complete this first so you don’t miss it!

Week beginning – Monday 1st February

Hello Year 2, you are all working super hard and I am loving being able to see all of the work you’re doing through photographs and videos too! You should all be very proud of yourselves. You will begin your Science learning this week linked to ‘Living things and their habitats’, I can’t wait to see what you produce!

This week is Children’s Mental Health week and you may have noticed an additional folder on Showbie called ‘Screen Free Wednesday’. This is much needed time for you, and your family to come away from the screen and do some amazing activities! You will be receiving a letter to explain in further detail but I can’t wait to see what you get up to!

Here is your word of the week this week, I have added some spelling tasks on Showbie for you too!

Week beginning – Monday 25th January

Hello Year 2, this week has been an amazing week using Showbie as we have had the most work completed so far! Keep it up!

Next week, we will continue to learn about multiplication and division in maths, build a sled during topic time and practise our reading/phonics. During English next week, you will use Oak National Academy to develop your amazing English skills.

On Monday 25th January, we will be celebrating ‘National Handwriting Day’. During our English time, we will rewrite a special poem linked to our topic in the neatest handwriting we can possibly do!

Word of the week this week is everybody, please make sure children can read and spell this word with ease.

Week beginning – Monday 18th January

Hello Year 2, well done for an amazing week on Showbie, you have all worked exceptionally hard. I have enjoyed watching the videos of your reading skills at home, as well as phonics, maths and English. Here is a short video showing some of your learning this week!


Next week in English, we will be developing our skills to write a story! I can’t wait to see the work you produce. In maths, we will continue to focus on multiplication and division and during topic time we are building skills in Design and Technology to create and make a sledge!

Word of the week this week is climb, please make sure children can read and spell this word with ease.

Week beginning – Monday 11th January

Hello everybody, what a fantastic week it has been for us in school and you guys learning from home. You’re all working so hard and I’m very proud of the progress you are making. Here are some highlights from this week!

Word of the week this week is children, please make sure children can read and spell this word with ease.

Week beginning – Monday 4th January

Hello everybody and welcome back after a lovely Christmas break. I hope you had a safe, joyful Christmas and a happy new year! Let’s make 2021 a good one. This week, the children have been working super hard via Showbie to complete work to a high standard.

Daily, I will be uploading lessons for Phonics, reading, maths and topic to Showbie. Any questions can be answered through the app.

Word of the week this week is behind, please make sure children can read and spell this word with ease.

Week Beginning – Monday 7th December

Hello and welcome back to Year2’s blog. Thank you to all parents who have supported their children using the Showbie app to complete homework. Each week, homework and spellings will be added every Friday and should be completed by Thursday at 9am. Children should also bring their book bag books in every Thursday to be changed. Thank you for your continued support,
Miss Weldon

Word of the week this week is half, please make sure children can read and spell this word with ease.

The Battle of Year 2

The battle of Year 2 was amazing and the children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The items they had created were fantastic and now Year 2 are feeling inspired to write their recount. Over the rest of the week, children sequenced events and planned their recount using amazing adjectives as well as time, subordinating and coordinating conjunctions!

During topic this week, we have focused on developing our 3D art skills. Through practising clay techniques and adding detail, we have built up the skills to creating a dragon’s eye. On Thursday we created this from clay… check back next week to see the finished product after they are carved and painted!

Week beginning – Monday 30th November

Hello! Thank you for checking back in to see what Year 2 have been up to this week. All homework will now be found on our new Showbie App! Your child has received their log in from me on Friday (If your child was absent I still have this in the class for them) and homework has been uploaded. All homework should be completed by the following Thursday and spelling tests take place Friday afternoons.

We are scientists!

This week in science we have conducted 2 amazing investigations linked to the suitability of materials and the way they move. The first investigation asked ‘Which material is best for a castle roof?’ and the children made their predictions and got their science hats on!

The second investigation focused on the way materials move and we found out how far you could stretch a curly wurly. Our conclusions showed that the longer the curly wurly was left at room temperature, the longer it could be stretched!

Christmas Pj Day!

Here is a video of what we were up to in Year 2 on Christmas Pj Day!

Week beginning – Monday 23rd November

Hello! Thank you for checking back in to see what Year 2 have been up to this week. We have been very busy completing our story ‘The Three Pretty Princesses and the Dangerous Dragon’. The children have produced some amazing work and I have loved reading through them all. Well done Year 2!

Work of the week this week is could, the children should be able to spell and read this word with ease.

During our topic this week, we have developed our knowledge of everyday materials in science. The children were thinking of themselves as scientists during this lesson and using scientific skills to complete a full investigation. We had to find the most suitable material from a castle roof!

Out of wood, slate and paper, we found that slate would be the most suitable as it is non-absorbent and long lasting!

Week beginning – Monday 16th November

Hello and thank you for checking back in with Year 2’s blog. Thank you to every child in Year 2 for bringing their book bag books back to school on Thursday – Keep this up! The children are working really well and are ready to write their narrative of The Three Pretty Princesses and the Dangerous Dragon!

Work of the week this week is would, the children should be able to spell and read this word with ease.

During our topic sessions, we have developed our design and technology skills. The focus this term was to create a product that uses a lever or a pulley – the majority of the children chose a pulley and decided to close and open a drawbridge on a castle! Here are some of our creations!

Please ensure children bring their reading books to school every day, they do get 1 lego brick for bringing this in and 2 lego bricks for a comment in their record! They should also be reading their common exception cards regularly and following the time table of our new book bag books!

Children should all have their own water bottles in school

PE days are Tuesday and Thursday afternoon

Stay safe everyone!
Miss Weldon

Week beginning – Monday 9th November

Hello and thank you for checking back in with Year 2’s blog. The children have had an amazing time in our Guided Reading sessions this week and should be following up this learning at home with their brand new book bag books. Please do not hesitate to ask me any questions you have surrounding these!

Work of the week this week is sure, the children should be able to spell and read this word with ease.

In addition to the amazing reading the children are doing, they have been developing their skills in English. As our new topic is all about castles, we are recreating the story of the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. In a few weeks time, the children will change this story to the Three Pretty Princesses and the Dangerous Dragon! To do this, we have developed skills such as third person, past tense and will create character and setting descriptions.

Take a look at Amelia’s amazing work on expanded noun phrases below:

She has used adjectives such as rickety, vast and immense to describe castles!

A few reminders:

Please ensure children bring their reading books to school every day, they do get 1 lego brick for bringing this in and 2 lego bricks for a comment in their record! They should also be reading their common exception cards regularly and following the time table of our new book bag books!

Children should all have their own water bottles in school

PE days are Tuesday and Thursday afternoon

Children in Need – Friday 13th November

Stay safe everyone!
Miss Weldon

Week beginning – Monday 2nd November

Hello and welcome back after a well deserved break. The children have settled back in straight away and are continuing to work super hard in their lessons. Thank you to those who are continuing to support Mrs Dover and I by reading and practising set cards with your children on a regular basis, we really appreciate it.

Our new topic is ‘Once Upon a Castle‘, below is a copy of the homework grid for this term.

A times table rockstar!

In class we have been developing our knowledge of times tables, children are now beginning to understand and count their tables ‘1×2=2, 2×2=4’ rather than ‘2,4,6,8’. Just watch below how great we are!

Week beginning – Monday 12th October

We have had a wonderful week and the children have been working extremely hard – they also looked lovely and smart for their school photographs!

Each week the children are tested on their spelling of these words and Mrs Dover and I have seen progress in all children so thank you for your continued support.

Art – Watercolours

During our art lessons, we have developed our knowledge on a range of techniques that can be used with watercolours. The children have experimented with these techniques to create an image of The Great Fire of London. We started with creating a colour palette, planning and creating our background and then adding the foreground. We really thought hard about the houses and how they would have looked in 1666.

Week beginning – Monday 5th October

Hello and welcome back to Year 2’s blog!

Next week our word will be after! Please practise this word at home so we can spell and read this with ease.

This week, we have raised money for the charity Young Minds by wearing yellow and having a positive day! Thank you for your generosity and bringing money in to support young people who require support with their mental health

On Friday, the children created some amazing artworks and took funny photos with our props! We also told jokes and made sure we were kind to each other … just like we are every day! Below are some pictures of the fun we had!

Week beginning – Monday 28th September

Hello and welcome back to Year 2’s blog. We are working really hard in class and bringing our reading books, common exception words and homework in every day. Well done!

Next week our word will be again! Please practise this word at home so we can spell and read this with ease.

In Year 2, the children have a reward system for bringing their reading book to school every day. If they arrive to school with their book, they get 1 lego brick, if they have their book and a comment from an adult at home, they receive 2 bricks. Over the past few weeks, the children have been aiming for 20 bricks to win a dip in our prize box! Well done to all of the children so far who have won, here are some of our winners!

Week beginning – Monday 21st September

Every week, the children will focus on one common exception word. Next week our word will be great!

Thank you for logging on to Year 2’s blog, we have been up to so many exciting tasks this week and Miss Weldon has kept us very busy!

Our focus in English over the next two weeks, is to develop our skills to retell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. To be able to do this, we need to know the story from beginning to end – we learned this through role play. Here are some pictures below where we showed off our acting skills and used repeated phrases which appear in the story!

In maths, we have used first-hand experience to describe direction. This was particularly tricky for us, but once we understood directional language, we could direct our friends anywhere!

Week beginning – Monday 14th September

Hello! Thank you for coming on to Year 2’s class blog to see what we have been up to. This week the children have been hard at work as well as enjoying the September sunshine.

During maths this week, we have developed our knowledge of measuring length using centimetres and metres as well as mass using grams and kilograms. The children have gave amazing answers to questions and showed off their amazing presentation and formation of numbers.

In English lessons we have developed our knowledge of past and present tense, imperative verbs and time conjunctions. On Friday we will be using these skills to write instructions on ‘How to make a jam sandwich’. Below are some pictures from Thursday showing us creating the sandwiches ourselves!

Week beginning – Monday 7th September

Hello and welcome back to Year 2’s blog. We have had an amazing week so far and can’t wait to share what we have been up to in class this week.

Below, I have attached our termly newsletter, phonics sounds and common exception words.

Read Write Inc. set 2 and 3
Common exception words.

Week beginning – Monday 31st August

Welcome back to all of our families! It is amazing to see everybody back and watching the children learning in the classroom again. The children have settled in perfectly and set a really good example as the oldest children in Key Stage 1.

This week we have been thinking about the positive memories we shared with our friends and family during our time away, and have had some lovely discussions surrounding this. Coming back, we have made sure that we have new reading books to take home, practised our handwriting and have became familiar with some new school rules. Well done Year 2!

Week beginning: Monday 13th July

Welcome back to our weekly blog. I hope you are all staying safe and enjoying the sunshine.

Spelling

Reading

Please read the text aloud and answer the questions.

Writing

Look carefully at the image. What can you see. Create a story describing who might live here.

Maths

Continue to access White Rose and Oak Academy.

Week beginning: Monday 6th July

Welcome back to our weekly blog. I hope you are all keeping busy.

Spelling

Reading

Please read the text aloud and answer the questions.

Writing

Look carefully at the image. Try to imagine where the path might lead you. Describe what you might see and find on the way. Remember to use exciting adjectives.

Maths

Continue to access the White Rose Maths activities for Year Two.

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Art Competition

Week beginning: Monday 29th June

Welcome back to our weekly blogs. I hope you are all enjoying the sunshine and are staying safe.

Spelling

Please learn the following spellings.

Reading

Read the text and answer the following questions.

Writing

Look carefully at the image. Write a story about where the door will lead you.

Maths

Continue to access White Rose Maths activities.

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Week beginning: Monday 22nd June

Welcome back to our class blog. I hope you are all safe and well.

Spelling

Please learn the following spellings

Reading

Please read the text aloud and answer the questions.

Writing

Look carefully at the image and write a paragraph to describe it.

Maths

Continue to access the White Rose Maths Activities

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Week beginning : Monday 15th June

Welcome back to our weekly blog. I hope you are all keeping safe and having fun.

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings

Reading

Please read the text aloud and answer the questions.

Writing

Look carefully at the image. Describe what you can see using exciting adjectives and adverbs.

Maths

Continue to work on the White Rose Maths activities

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Week beginning: Monday 8th June

Welcome back to our weekly blog. I hope you are all well and safe.

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings

Reading

Please read the text aloud. Answer the questions on paper or in your book.

Writing

Look carefully at the image. What could be happening? Describe the image and write a story about what might happen next.

Maths

Continue to work on the White Rose Maths activities

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Geography

David Attenborough is presenting some special broadcasts for Key Stage One pupils.

16th June – The World

KS1 – Continents

18th June – Oceans

KS1 – Migration

The broadcasts are available on BBC Bitesize Daily Primary

on BBC iPlayer & Red Button from 9am

Week beginning: Monday 1st June

Welcome back to our weekly blog. I hope you are all safe and well and enjoying the sunshine!

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings

Reading

Read the text aloud. Answer the questions in a book or on paper.

Writing

Look carefully at the picture. Write a paragraph about the scene.

Maths Challenge

Continue to use the White Rose Maths activities.

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year

Week beginning: Monday 18th May

Welcome back to our weekly home learning blog. I hope you have all had a good week. I’ve had a lovely weekend celebrating my daughter Rachael’s 18th birthday. It was strange being in lockdown but managed to have a great time!

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings.

Reading

Read the text aloud. Answer the questions in your book or on paper.

Writing

Look carefully at the image below. Use exciting vocabulary to describe the story setting. Remember to use exciting adjectives and adverbs in your descriptions.

Maths

Continue to access the White Rose website for maths ideas.

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Oak National Academy

Continue to access additional activities on the Oak National Academy website.

https://thenational.academy/

Week beginning: Monday 11th May

Welcome back to our weekly home learning blogs. I hope you are all staying safe and well. I hope you enjoyed celebrating VE Day with your families.

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings.

Reading

Read the text aloud. Answer the questions in your book or on paper.

Writing

Look carefully at the image below. Describe the setting using interesting vocabulary. Remember to use exciting adjectives and adverbs. Use capital letters and full stops to punctuate your sentences.

Maths

Continue to access the White Rose website for maths ideas.

http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Oak National Academy

Continue to access additional activities on the Oak National Academy website.

https://thenational.academy/

Nissan PPE Equipment

Nissan are currently manufacturing PPE equipment such as visors for NHS staff and key workers. They have asked local school children to get involved by designing a rainbow image that can be added onto the equipment to help put a smile on the faces of our amazing key workers.

If you are interested in taking part send a photo of your design by email into school. Please include your first name, age and school.

Email to new.penshaw@inspiremultiacademytrust.co.uk

Week beginning: Monday 4th May

Welcome again to our weekly home learning blogs. I am looking forward to finding out what you have been doing to keep busy and sharing your amazing work.

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings.

Reading

On Friday 8th May we are celebrating VE Day. This comprehension will help you find out some facts and information about this special day.

Writing

Look carefully at the picture below. What do you think might be happening in the picture? Plan an adventure story about finding pirate treasure. Remember to use exciting adjectives and adverbs. Think carefully about using the correct punctuation. You could draw your own treasure map to show where the treasure is hidden. Think of a pirate name for your character.

Maths

Continue to use White Rose Maths for this week’s work.

http//:whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Oak National Academy

Please continue to access the Oak National Academy website if you would like additional work.

https://www.thenational.academy/

It was so lovely to share our school videos on Facebook this week. Thank you for sending in your photos and videos. If you haven’t seen our videos look on the New Penshaw Academy Facebook page.

Week beginning: Monday 27th April

Hi everyone! Welcome back to our home learning blogs. I hope you are all safe and well and enjoying spending time with your families.

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings.

Reading

Read the text aloud. Answer the questions in your book or on paper.

Writing

Look carefully at the picture below. What do you think might be happening? Think of interesting adjectives and adverbs that you could use to describe the picture. Remember to use full stops and capital letters in your sentences. Write a story using the picture for ideas. Draw your own versions of the characters. Write an exciting adventure using your book to write your story.

Maths

Continue to access the Year 2 White Rose website for maths ideas. http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Maths Challenge

Oak National Academy

A new online classroom has been created to help support children learning at home. If you are interested in additional activities this may be of help.

https://www.thenational.academy/

Week beginning : Monday 20th April

Hi everyone! I hope you have all enjoyed Easter. Did you enjoy eating your Easter Eggs? I hope you are enjoying the sunshine and are staying safe.

The staff have made a lovely video. We all miss you and can’t wait to see you all again.https://www.facebook.com/610986869270840/videos/1338498239693187/

I hope you enjoy watching it!

Spelling

Please learn this week’s spellings.

Reading

Read the text aloud. Answer the questions in your book or on paper.

Punctuation

Add commas to the sentences. Use a comma between the items in the list. Remove any ands that you don’t need. Remember to use and between the last two items..

Writing

It’s Saint George’s Day on Thursday 23rd April. Look carefully at the image below. The picture shows George fighting the dragon. Think of exciting adjectives and adverbs to describe the picture. Remember to use full stops and capital letters in your sentences. Write a story using the picture for ideas. Draw your own dragon to go with your story. Use your book to write your story.

Maths

Access Maths work on the White Rose website http://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Hit the button

Hit the button is a maths game that gives you questions that you need to answer as quickly as possible. Try number bonds, doubling, halving and 2x, 5x, 10x tables.

http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

PE

Use Joe Wick’s PE sessions as often as you can.

http://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

You could try Cosmic yoga if you want a more relaxing activity.

http://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

Week Beginning : Monday 30th March

Hello everyone! I hope you are all safe and well. If you have been working hard and have completed the work sent home I will be posting additional work for you to try. Well done! 

Spelling 

This spelling work follows on from the work we have done in school.

Reading

In class we have been reading texts called ’60 second read’. Help your child to read these fluently and answer the questions .

Reading 30.3.20

David Walliams is released free audio stories while schools are closed. You can link to these via his website

worldofdavidwalliams.com

Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Whiterose activities linked to our fractions work in school.

We have also been working on number bonds to 20. Hit the button is a fun way to learn other number facts such as doubles, halves and 2, 5, 10 times table. You could challenge your family and see who is the fastest!

Please use your yellow exercise book if you need to.

PE

Joe Wicks is hosting PE lessons everyday at 9am on his You Tube channel.

The children have also used Cosmic Kids Yoga if you want something more relaxing! (also on You Tube)

I will keep adding to this page if I find anything I think you will enjoy!

Look after yourselves

Mrs Bridges

Hello everyone! I hope you are all safe and well. If you have been working hard and have completed the work sent home I will be posting additional work for you to try. Well done! 

Spelling 

This spelling work follows on from the work we have done in school.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-54419-year-2-term-2b-week-5-spelling-pack

This pack includes a powerpoint and a wordsearch.

Reading

In class we have been reading texts called ’60 second read’. Help your child to read these fluently and answer the questions .

Reading 30.3.20

David Walliams is released free audio stories while schools are closed. You can link to these via his website

worldofdavidwalliams.com

Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Whiterose activities linked to our fractions work in school.

We have also been working on number bonds to 20. Hit the button is a fun way to learn other number facts such as doubles, halves and 2, 5, 10 times table. You could challenge your family and see who is the fastest!

 

Please use your yellow exercise book if you need to.

PE

Joe Wicks is hosting PE lessons everyday at 9am on his You Tube channel.

The children have also used Cosmic Kids Yoga if you want something more relaxing! (also on You Tube)

I will keep adding to this page if I find anything I think you will enjoy!

Look after yourselves

Mrs Bridges