Welcome to the Year 2 Home Learning page!
We will update this page with home learning activities and links. The work on this page is to add to the home learning from The Oak National Academy lessons we want your children to work through each day.
Each week we will also add the Robin Hood Academy learning projects for you to access.
Keep checking back regularly for new ideas and activities...
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Week commencing: 29/06/2020
We would like you to write a setting description about this magical planet. Remember to use expanded noun phrases.
How many questions can you answer in 2 minutes?
Week commencing: 22/06/2020
For your homework, we would like you to become gardeners! Use flower or vegetable seeds to plant in your garden or in a pot. Your challenge is to write down a set of instructions on how to plant a seed.
Use the videos below and practise your number bonds to 20 and 100. How many number
bonds can you write down without the video?
Use the videos below and practise spelling tricky words. How many tricky words can you spell?
Patterns in nature! We would like you to use natural resources to make patterns. Think about the shape, and size and colours.
Use practical objects such as biscuits, paper plates and cakes to investigate fractions. Focus on 1 whole, halves and quarters.
Create a poster all about Sparkbrook! You can draw pictures of places you like to go and write down lots of interesting facts.
Whole school home learning activity - let's get moving!
Mr Pulley wants you to get off the sofa, outside, moving and having fun this week! Please complete his activity challenges (go to the 'Keep ACTIVE at home' page).
Remember to email us pictures of your completed work.
We would like you to practice counting in 2s, 5s, and 10s . You can use objects to help you such as coins and socks. Try to write it down as a multiplication sentence using the symbol X.
We would like you to keep a daily diary of your time at home. Write the days of the week in fancy writing. Favourite part of the day? What did you do yesterday? How were you feeling? Make sure to email us your diary entry!
Half Term Holiday Activities!
This weekend many families will be celebrating Eid. For your homework, we would like you to follow a recipe to make some yummy Eid biscuits or either refreshing Mango Lassi. We would love to see pictures of you celebrating Eid. So please email us pictures of you in your new clothes or any other Eid celebrations taking place in your homes.
Eid Mubarak to all those families who will be celebrating Eid!
18th May - Look at the Abacus Maths text book.
This week, we would like you to look at do p.7 with your child. Focus on learning doubling numbers and on the numbers that go together to make 10.
18th May - Whole School Learning - Let's Join Hands
This week we would like your children to draw a picture of themselves (about the size of an A4 piece of paper) with their arms outstretched.
Until the time that the children can return to school we thought it would be lovely to have our children holding hands together around school as a continued symbol of our togetherness as a school community.
Let's be kind!
In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 and the theme of kindness, we are encouraging everyone to get mentally healthy by spreading a little kindness.
This calendar, designed to be used throughout Mental Health Awareness Week, encourages pupils to do two acts of kindness each day – one for someone else and one for themselves.
Whole school home learning Rainbow Project!
We would like every child/family in school to create a rainbow picture to display in a window at home. Please read the home learning document below for details!