Welcome to Year 2!
Our topic this term is 'Why We Remember'.
Our Christian value this term is Thankfulness
Week beginning Monday 11th October
Homework books and reading books will be sent home on Monday. Maths homework will be stuck in the homework book. Please encourage your child to write the number digits correctly and neatly. Our Spellings for this week are:
For the next two weeks we will continue learning about addition and subtraction.
We will be learning the following objectives.
- solve problems with addition and subtraction:
- using concrete objects and pictorial representations, including those involving numbers, quantities and measures
- applying their increasing knowledge of mental and written methods
- recall and use addition and subtraction facts to 20 fluently, and derive and use related facts up to 100
- add and subtract numbers using concrete objects, pictorial representations, and mentally, including:
- a two-digit number and 1s
- a two-digit number and 10s
- 2 two-digit numbers
- adding 3 one-digit numbers
- show that addition of 2 numbers can be done in any order (commutative) and subtraction of 1 number from another cannot
- recognise and use the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction and use this to check calculations and solve missing number problems
Maths Home Learning
For children isolating or at home the following online activities can be completed.
We will be exploring the story of The Little Red Hen. We will be learning the story and the changing parts to create our own story. I'm looking forward to seeing what characters the children create.
We will be learning the following objectives
I can use capital letters and full stops consistently in my writing.
I can use a range of punctuation.
I can use adjectives and similes in my writing
I can use noun phrases in my writing
I can use coordination and subordination in my writing.
I can use commas in a list.
I can edit and improve my writing.
Our P.E. days will be on a Monday and Tuesday. Please ensure that all items of clothing, shoes, socks, etc are named. On P.E. days, the children must wear normal school uniform to school and will change into their PE kit before the lesson.
This week's stars are Holly and Shaan!
Our Dojo Winner is Ayrton!
Home Learning Tuesday 12th October - Friday 15th October
English Home Learning
We have been learning the traditional tale of 'The Little Red Hen' and have already completed a retelling of our class version.
Read along to the version below and try and list the similarities and differences between the two stories.
What is the same and different compared to our class story. Make a table like this one below and complete your answers.
Wednesday and Thursday
Your challenge for the next two days is to write your own version of 'The Little Red Hen' to share with your friends in your class.
You can change:
1. the main character from a hen to a ____
the three characters that interact with your main character
2. you can change the loaf of bread/cake to a ____
3. are you going to share your finished product with your animals?
- Think of what type of personality to give your main character
- Create your story map to make sure that your story flows.
Today you are going to edit and proof read your story to make sure that it flows and is easy for you to read and share.
Once you have completed your editing why not illustrate your story to add to audience appeal.
I look forward to hearing all your stories on your return to school.
Maths Home Learning
Children are encouraged to use pictorial or concrete material to help them solve the following maths problems. They can represent the numbers as tens and ones and then add them together.
Maths Support Videos