Week beginning Monday 15th March
In Literacy we are wriitng our own versions of the Jack and the Beanstalk story.
In Phonics we are thinking about the same spelling can have different sounds. We are learning that /ou/ can sound like it does in cloud or soup or double. We are also learning that /g/ can sound like it does in dig or angel.
In Maths we are revising how to add two 2-digit numbers and continuing to think about faces, edges and vertices on 3d shapes.
In our Number Sense mental maths we are revising all the facts for 10.
Week beginning Monday 8th March
We are very excited that everyone is coming back into school this week and can't wait to see you all.
In Literacy we will be reading the story of Jack and the Beanstalk and then writing a character description of Jack.
In Phonics we are learning different ways of spelling the sound /m/ - m as in match, mb as in lamb, mm as in summer and mn as in autumn.
In Maths we are revising adding ten to a 2-digit numbers and learning about the names and properties of 3d shapes.
In our Number Sense metal maths we are continuing to re-cap the different strategies for addition and subtraction.
Welcome to Year 2!
Below is a copy of the information from our welcome letter.
For lots of resources about our topic and everything else visit the Espresso website. Parents have their own log in to use ...
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password - sandcastle
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