Please find activities for you to complete over the next week.
Guidelines for you from Miss Wenham
Reading – 60 second reading guidance
Handwriting – use your handwriting book that was sent home. Each activity could be done for a couple of day to really make sure you’ve cracked the correct joining methods.
Remember to sit properly at your table, straight back, tuck your chair under, sharp pencil and book at a slight angle.
My activity booklet – complete at your own speed.
Maths -Disraeli maths sheets. Children complete the level they are currently working at.
Happy Wednesday Year 2!!
Hope you are all well, staying safe and enjoying your home school experience!
What a strange week and half it’s been! I’d love to know what you’ve been up to and what your new daily schooling looks like! I’ve seen a few of you at school which has been lovely, I know some of you have already moved up in Disraeli Club this week or last and happy to see lots of you are enjoying the Spring weather and enjoying lunch in the garden or helping your parents with the gardening. I am super proud of you all for managing in these strange times!
Remember I was telling you at school that my diary lets me know about themed days, we had National Puppy Day, Do Nothing Day and National Napping Day. Well I want to let you know what is coming up!!
As well as it being Wednesday it is also April Fools’ Day! Can you write a story where the main character plays the funniest trick on their friend?
On Friday 3rd, as well as being my Dad’s birthday, it is National Find a Rainbow Day. This is the perfect day to go for a walk with your family to find rainbows in people’s windows. Don’t forget to take a piece of paper with you as you can use tallies to count how many you see. You could compare this to how many each of your family members found too. Then, when you’re home make a bar chart. Can you ask your family questions about the bar chart for them to answer?
Next Friday, the 10th April, it’s National Sibling Day. This is the day to be super nice to your brothers or sisters. Give them a compliment, get them a drink, write a poem about them, paint them a picture, let them choose the film to watch, share your snack. Whatever it is, let them know how much you love them! If you haven’t got a sibling, could you call a cousin or another family member to let them know you’re thinking of them?
Enjoy the rest of your week, thinking of you all!
Love Miss Wenham xx
Work for week of 30th March 2020