After Easter, we will be looking at TRADITIONAL TALES!
What is your favourite traditional tale? How many do you know? Over the Easter break, your task is to read as many traditional tales as you can. Think about who your favourite characters are and why. When we return to school we will be sharing our ideas.
Over the last couple of weeks, in our English, Science and D&T lessons, we have worked hard to design and make different toys. The toys that we made included a wind sock, spinner AND a Jumping Jack. We also made a non-fiction, instruction book to record the process of how we made our Jumping Jacks. In our Jumping Jack books, you will find a contents page, our designs, instructions AND evaluations!
Today, we had the opportunity to share our work with each other!
Today, we took part in a workshop, ran by the Horniman Museum. The workshop was all about toys from around the world! Use the pictures below to help you tell someone at home what we did, as well as explain what your favourite toy was and why!
This week, we have continued reading the story, ‘The Gruffalo’. Soon, we will be writing our own versions of the story with our new character(s). To help us remember our new versions of the story, we drew a story map with our new character(s) included.
Use your story map to help you retell your version of ‘The Gruffalo’ to someone at home. Don’t forget to use your actions too!
Also, remember to visit My Maths for this week’s maths activity.
As I reflect on the years that we’ve had together, I can’t help but smile! It really doesn’t feel like I’ve been your teacher for 2 years – time has definitely flown by!
We first met when I became your teacher in Year 1. I was so thrilled when I was asked to become your teacher AGAIN in Year 2! It has been so lovely watching you all continue to grow into the kind, confident and intelligent children that you are today, and I am so proud of you all! I know that the last few months have been very different, but I am so pleased with how well you have all adapted, and continued to work hard!
It’s been an ABSOLUTE pleasure being your teacher, and I really do mean that. I wish you all the best for your time in Year 3, and I know that you will continue to be the hardworking, funny and amazing children that you are!
I would also like to say a HUGE thank you to all of the adults (parents/carers/siblings/extended family/friends etc) in 2B, you have been wonderful! Thank you for your kindness, hard work and support, particularly during these last few months.
2B, I cannot wait to see you all once we return to school! But until then, take care, stay safe and have a GREAT summer!
Miss Butler x
I just wanted to say a little message to you all as we are approaching the end of your time in Year 2. It’s been a very strange last few months and I’ve missed seeing all of your faces every day.
I have enjoyed every single moment of being in 2B with you. You are all superstars and I have so many fond memories to look back on. You are such an amazing class and have made me smile every day.
I wish you all the best for your time in Year 3. I know you will all continue to shine bright!
Have a lovely summer and I will see you in September.
For your learning this week, we are going to be focusing on MEASUREMENT (grams, kilograms, millilitres and litres).
You will need to follow the link below to the White Rose website, and watch the video for each day (Summer Term – Week 10). Once you have finished watching the video, we would then like you to complete the corresponding worksheet(s) for that lesson/day (see below).
With the weather warming up, you may have started to notice lots of different creatures beginning to make an appearance. So, this is week we would like you to read all about MINIBEASTS!
Remember to look carefully, as there are three different versions of the same text, with three different sets of questions. Choose the one you think is most suitable for you. The answers have also been included.