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Class Two

Welcome to Class Two!

 

 

SPRING TERM

HOME LEARNING WEEK 1

DINOSAURS TOPIC

 

Please find below the work and links to support your home learning for the rest of this week.

 

Where there are differentiated options, please choose the one that seems most appropriate for your child.  Alternatively, you could work through from the easiest to the hardest level.  Please don't worry if you do not complete all of the tasks - choose the ones that interest them most.

STONE GIRL BONE GIRL - BY LAURENCE ANHOLT
You can complete some or all of these activities.

MARY ANNING - FOSSIL HUNTER

 

Can you use the information below to help you make a fact sheet about Mary Anning?

TERM 1

Mrs Yangwe, Mrs Jackson and Mrs Snyder and pleased to see everyone back in school and ready to learn this September.

 

During Term 1 we will be doing lots of catch-up work to close any gaps in our learning from lockdown.  We will be doing extra phonics sessions and revisiting some key Maths objectives from year 1.

 

In English we are going to be reading After the Fall by Dan Santat and Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper.  We are going to find out about word types (nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs) and learn how to create expanded noun phrases.  We will also be developing our sentence openers.

        

 

In Maths we are going to learn about numbers and their place value for numbers to 100.  Once this is secure, we will move on to addition and subtraction of two two-digit numbers.

 

Our PSHE topic is helping the children to find out about healthy friendships and how to deal with conflict.  We will also be considering how lockdown may have affected some children and dealing with anything that arises from that.

 

In RE we are finding out about Christianity and what it means to belong to a Christian community.

 

Our topic learning this term is Science and Geography.  In Science we will find out about animal lifecycles, what animals and humans need to survive and how we can stay healthy.  In Geography we will be doing some catch-up of missed Year 1 learning by finding out about the countries of the United Kingdom, their capital cities and the surrounding seas.

 

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