Monday 6th July 2020
As this is our final week, this will the last week that online work is set on the class pages. This week we are going to reflect on the year that we have had and look forward to returning to school in September as our fantastic Year 3's!
I had lots of positive feedback on the maths problems last week, so I thought we could continue that again this week meaning that you have a maths activity to complete every day. Your English will be a mixture of reflection, topic or looking forward tasks. I will also open up the remaining activities on your Mymaths accounts for you to complete.
Well done Fin and Hywel!
Have a go at this problem.
Below are some ways that other children have tackled this problem. Did you think the same as one of these children or did you tackle the problem in a different way?
Today I would like you to think about your time in Year 2. What you have enjoyed, what you remember and why you have liked being in Year 2 this year. There are two templates for you to use below, you can print them out to use or take the questions and record your ideas in your book.
To help you remember I have made a list of the topics we have covered and some of the activities we did.
Autumn - London topic - London in the present day and the Great fire of London 1666
Followed William Whiskerton around London looking at landmarks and physical and human features, made paper houses and created our own fire of London in the forest school fire pit. Christmas Play - Do you remember which part you played?
Texts - Queens hat, Sid Dinner Sid and Toby and the Great fire of London
Spring - Ocean Explorers - Pirates
Looked at the life of Captain Blackbeard - drew sailing ships, made a clay pirate doubloon, drew charcoal pictures of Captain Blackbeard, made treasure maps on tea paper. Pirate Day - dressed up.
Texts - Pirates Next door
Visit from St Georges school from Ladywood, Birmingham.
Summer Term - Working from home - Terrific Tanworth and India
Texts - Little Red Riding Hood, Little Red, Wolves, The Tiger Child