It is getting close to the end of the school year and we have done lots of weeks of home learning now! Well done if you have been keeping up and doing some of the tasks each week. It is so important to keep your brain moving and remembering things you learned when you were last at school.
Ella’s Mum sent me a lovely message this week telling me all about how Ella is getting on – including an exciting night of camping! It looked like lots of fun! If you have been having fun at home please ask your adult to send pictures or an email to email@example.com
Here are this week’s learning tasks:
This week is all about measure including temperature and time. Telling the time is a great skill to have! Lots of practise is so important, especially if you are lucky enough to have your own watch. Watch the videos here and complete these worksheets.
A few weeks ago your challenge was to write a letter to the Year 1 children telling them all about Year 2. This time we are going to think about September.
Write a letter to your Year 3 teacher telling them all of the important things they need to know about you. You might want to write some interesting facts about yourself, your favourite lessons and ways to learn and about what you have been doing at home. It would also be useful to tell them what you are nervous or excited about and ask any questions.
If you email your letter to me I will pass it on!
Remember to use your very best handwriting and include capital letters, full stops and conjunctions.
Well done if you are still following the ReadWriteInc videos on youtube. Ella and Lilly are still doing a super job of reading on the Epic app! Can anyone catch them?
If there is a great book you have read at home that you would recommend please write a comment below and tell me why you enjoyed it. I am looking for lots of new books for the classroom reading corner.
This week have a think about what you have learned in Y2 this year. You could present what you remember in a booklet, on mindmaps or make a video talking about everything you know. (or just write a comment on this post) This year we studied; At St Johns (maps), The Wright Brothers, Kenya and the continents and oceans, Habitats, Staying Healthy and Plants.
What is your superpower?
Think about your good qualities or ask your family to tell you what they are. You might be kind, helpful, a good friend, loving, a great reader and more! If you could choose one of these things to be your superhero super power which would it be? Draw yourself as a superhero with a costume to show off your power. You could even use a white bin liner and design your own cape!
Have a lovely week,
Miss Fogg x