Dear Year 2!!!
WOW!!! I was so impressed with your performances at the play! What a lot of little stars we have! I am so sorry for those of you who missed it. We really missed you!
Let's hope we can all be better as we head for Christmas!
Dear year 2,
The play is next week! Who would believe it was upon us already!
Keep learning those lines and please can all costumes be in for Monday 2nd December, because we will be doing a run through in them! That includes plimsolls as well!
Have a restful weekend and maybe pop to see our part of the Stowe Advent calendar in the Grotto up at Stowe Gardens.
Dear year 2,
So we had a great rehearsal on Thursday and so many of you know your words so well! Keep on practicing though, remembering to speak up and to face your audience!
We have nearly conquered the ski slope in Maths! We'll carry on with adding two 2 digit numbers, using partitioning to help us. Show someone at home if you can remember!
Please remember to look through your spelling books also. We are looking at the suffix 'ly', making adverbs from adjectives.
Have a great weekend.
Dear Year 2,
Tis the season! You now have your nativity words on a sheet to learn at home. Please do this as often as possible, so we can rehearse without words at school! I know you can do it! Remember Harvest!
Also, don't forget to keep an eye out for the things you see on the way to school. What animals do you see? What plants? What are the roads like? What is the weather like?
You will be continuing with addition next week, but starting to use a column method. Mums and Dads, if you are unsure, look at the school's calculation policy on the website or just ask!
Thank you and enjoy the Christmas Fayre!
Dear Year Two
Welcome back after half term. I hope you all had a restful, fun time! (I think I just wrote a noun phrase there!!)
We continue to look at addition, focusing on number bonds to ten and partitioning numbers so we really understand the value of our two digit numbers. Test mum and dad or brothers and sisters!
In English we are looking at planning and re telling a known story! The Bear and the Piano remains our best book!
Have a happy weekend!
Dear Year two,
Well what fantastic dragon's eyes you made today! We really used our doughdisco fingers to create some stunning designs. Next week we will paint them to make them even more effective.
Could you please remember to show your parents your spelling log, which shows which sound we are working on this week. Perhaps you can even tell someone what the spelling rule is?
Next week we start a new book called The Bear and the Piano. It's a lovely story upon which to base our English.
We will continue our work on addition in Maths.
Dear year 2,
Well done on the fantastic Harvest Assembly! It was our first big performance and I was so proud of you all.
This week you took home a green book with our spelling sound. I have invited your parents to look for this sound in your reading and make sure you are really confident with the spelling. This week it was the 'or' sound where we spell it 'a' before l or ll. For example, tall, walk. This is a tricky spelling! You can also write the words in your book to practice handwriting.
We will be looking at one more/less next week in Maths, so brush up on your counting skills!
Dear Year 2,
Well we are well in to the term now and all getting to know each other! Hope you are having the fun we promised too!
Our Harvest Festival looms, so if you have some words to learn, please try them on someone at home! The words should also be in every day please!
Keep on reading every night and if you have a spare moment, practice counting in three's!
Welcome to Year Two
Lots to learn with fun along the way!
On this class page you will find weekly updates of our educational adventures and other important information too!
Please ensure you child has their PE kit in every day.
We love to see your comments about how your child has done with their reading too!
See you at the Meet and Greet at 2.30pm on the 10th September!
Mrs Sheldon and Mrs Pedder