Year 2

This term we are learning about – Term 2 The Time Machine

How can I help my child at home?

Spelling

Year 2 spelling FUN  – a guide of how to make learning spellings fun for everyone at home!

Tables

www.planetsherston.com/percy-parker-5x – Percy Parker sings songs and there are animations to entertain and support the children as they learn (you need to enter an e mail address to activate it)

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5-times-tables-matching-cards

10-times-tables-matching-cards

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Grammar and English

resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/interactive/literacy2.htm#pronouns 

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/literacy – two great websites full of lots of games to help children learn the correct terminology and how to punctuate sentences!

 

Year 2 WOW Day – Pudding Lane Bakery

Yesterday, the Year 2 children went back in time when they came to school dressed as bakers and chefs from the Pudding Lane Bakery. They looked spectacular and had a thoroughly exciting day learning lots about the Great Fire of London!

First thing, we were lucky enough to have a visit from Marshfield Bakery. The children made their own scrumptious shortbread biscuits and were very excited to get hands on and use the different cutters.

In class, the children cracked mathematical codes using images from the Great fire of London, made hats of different characters from 1666 such as a baker, King Charles II and Samuel Pepys then they made artefacts from the time out of Lego which they thoroughly enjoyed!

Here are some thoughts from the children on our day:

I liked our WOW day lots. My best part was when I got to make and shape the dough with the bakers. GC

I really enjoyed the part where we got to play with Lego and make all sorts of things from the past. BH

It was really fun because in Guided Reading time we got to play as people from the past. SA

I really liked when we were making biscuits because we got to cut them out in all different shapes. SW

My favourite bit was when we used the Lego to build ovens and the bakery from the past. KN and MN

I liked it when we cut out the hats and put them on our heads to pretend that we were people from the Great fire of London times. RS

 

Displays, Children and Children’s Work