Good morning Year 2!
Here are your learning tasks that I would like you to complete today.
Please send me an email at least once or twice a week to say hello and to tell me how you're getting on, with any lovely pictures of work you have completed.
I am monitoring your activity online daily, please make sure you're accessing your daily tasks!
Happy Friday, Year 2! Wow! Another week of home learning done, I am SO proud of you all! Thank you for all your hard work this week. I hope you have a lovely weekend, you deserve it. I miss you all so much and hope that you are all managing to keep safe and well.
Love, Miss Dewhurst x
Friday 27th March 03/04/2020
Friday morning PE lesson with Joe Wicks, the Body Coach, live on youtube!
Maths- In your yellow folder, there is a coloured A4 maths activity booklet (red, yellow, green or blue). Please could you put the short date on the top and complete it.
English- In your yellow folder, please could you find your SATS 2018 ‘English grammar punctuation and spelling paper 2: questions’ booklet, put the short date on the top and complete it. Once you have finished, check your booklet to make sure you have answered ALL the questions and that you’re happy with your answers.
Once completed, you could go through and mark the answers with your adult (in pencil), giving yourself a total out of 20! If you like, you can blog me your score too! I’d love to see how you got on.
Art: After learning about the Maasai Tribe yesterday, please could you design and make me an African necklace?
Using a pair of scissors, you could snip into a paper plate and cut out the inside of the plate. This will leave you with an outside ring. Decorate your necklace with bright colours and patterns all the way around.
Or you could make one out of plain paper/card!
When you have finished, please email or blog me a picture of your finished necklace! I’d love to see them and put them on our website with your adult’s permission!
See pictures below!
*Please try and make some time to read to your adult at some point today and fill in your reading diary!*