Class Two

 Long Term Overview:

 

 

September 2020

 

Home Learning:

George Stephenson and the Railways

Click on the picture below:

Click on the picture below to find out what youropic home learning tasks are going to be for this term: 

 

More home learning !

Super maths and phonics work. I am really impressed!  

 

Create your own task!

Wow! Look at Jess's Train Cake.  What a fabulous creation. Thank you for sharing. 

 

Delicious!!!!!

 

Supermovers

Why not try out some supermovers at home! Children can practise all sorts of maths with fun songs and actions. Click on the picture below:

 

Maths Home Learning 

The children are really enjoying their maths sessions in Class 2 and have been asking for some tasks to complete at home. 

Year 2 children have been partitioning 3 digit numbers. Click on the link below for an activity:

/docs/3_digit_partitioning.jpg

Year 1 children have been reading and writing numbers to 20.  Click on the link below for an activity:

/docs/T-L-4549-Number-Words-One-to-Twenty-Writing-Practice-Work-Sheets_ver_1.pdf

 

Topic

This week we have been learning how to put events into chronological order on a timeline.

Here's another home learning activity to increase your knowledge about the early steam locomotives: 

/docs/Blank_Timeline.pdf

 

Monday 21st September

Let's get reading this week! 

Click on the link below to take you to the Oxford Owl Home Page:

 

 

Year 1 children:

Go to my book shelf.

Age Groups 5-6

Read the following books this week:

Greedy Tiger

High on the Hill

 


 

Year 2 children:

Go to my book shelf.

Age Groups 6-7

Read the following books this week:

Hero

Minibeast Poems

 

Remember if they are too difficult just change the age range on the book shelf. 

 

 

Reading

In class we have read 'A Monster Surprise'.

Click on the picture below to open up the story:

 

 

Spellings

Children have been revisiting the following sounds: oo (zoo), oo (book), ar (car)

Here are a list of words to practise. Can you read and spell these words? 

Year 1:

/docs/Wk_3_Year_1_Spelling_Practice.docx

Year 2:

/docs/Wk_3_Year_2_Spelling_Practice.docx

 

Science

 We are learning about living and non-living things in our local environment.

Click on the link below for some extra reading about British habitats and a fun Word search:

/docs/British_Habitats_Fact_Sheets.pdf

/docs/British_Habitats_Word_Search.pdf

 

 

 

Wednesday 16th September

Well done Frankie for completing your topic work and maths activity mat at home.

        

 

 

More home learning taking place! Super spellings!

 

 

Today we are learning to recognise and spell more high frequency words. For some of us in Year 2 we are recapping! Click on the link below:

/docs/2_HFW_Spelling_Practice.docx

 

 

Tuesday 15th September

Try out these maths activity mats:

/docs/Y1_Maths_Mat_2.pdf

/docs/Y2_Maths_Mat_2.pdf

 

 

Topic

Read the powerpoint all about George Stephenson.

Click on the picture below:

In class today we answered these questions:

/docs/Y1_comprehension_questions.docx

/docs/Y2_comprehension_questions.docx

 

 

 

Monday 14th September

Well done children. You've made a fantastic start to your new school year. I am very proud of how you have all settled in to your new class and how hard you have all been working. 

Last week we read an e-book called 'Formidable Sid'. Click on the picture below to read it at home:

Reading Books

Reading books will be kept in school but we will continue to review this.

Children can access books online.

Click on the link below to take you to the Oxford Owl Home Page:

 

I will make suggestions each week for each Year group. However children will be at different stages in their reading development so if you think the reading books are too difficult choose a story from a different age group. 

 

Year 1 children:

Go to my book shelf.

Age Groups 5-6

Read the following books this week:

The big match.

Dragon Bay.

 

Year 2 children:

Go to my book shelf.

Age Groups 6-7

Alien Adventures

Dino Danger

 

Spellings

 

Children have been revisiting the following sounds: ay, ee, igh, ow

Here are a list of words to practise. Can you read and spell these words? 

Year 1:

 /docs/Year_1_Spelling_Practice.docx

 Year 2:

/docs/Year_2_Spelling_Practice.docx

 

 

Monday 7th September 

Welcome to Class 2!

It's wonderful to see everyone back at school. 

Watch out this term for home learning tasks uploaded to the Class page.

 

Home Learning:

George Stephenson and the Railways

Click on the picture below to find out what your topic home learning tasks are going to be for this term: 

 

 

READING 

In our first week we read 'A tale of two feathers' in class.

Here it is for the children to read with an adult at home.

Click on the picture below:

Reading books will be kept in school but we will continue to review this.

Children can access books online.

Click on the link below to take you to the Oxford Owl Home Page:

Your child will bring home a letter which explains how to access this site.

I will make suggestions each week for each Year group. However children will be at different stages in their reading development so if you think the reading books are too difficult choose a story from a different age group. 

 

Year 1 children:

Go to my book shelf.

Age Groups 5-6

Read the following books this week:

The Troll in the Pond.

A map in the attic.

 

Year 2 children:

Go to my book shelf.

Age Groups 6-7

Read Winnie and Wilbur stay at home.

Animal Magic