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Welcome toSpringhead Primary School

Welcome toSpringhead Primary School

Year 2

Homework Activities

 

Year 2:

 

  • Reading at least four times a week (4 books usually changed once a week)
  • Spellings to learn for test once a week
  • Additional maths/English tasks where necessary
  • Doodlemaths at least 3 times and at least 30 stars per week

 

Year 2 Class Rules

 

  1. Look after things that belong to other people and things that belong to the school.
  2. Try your hardest in every lesson.
  3. Follow instructions given to you by an adult.
  4. Listen during lessons.
  5. Play nicely with your friends.
  6. Be kind to everyone. Even people you do not know.
  7. Complete your homework, at home, without getting upset.
  8. Help people when they need it.
  9. Respect everybody.
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Year 2 have planted some daffodil bulbs along the drive. In spring they will look lovely when they begin to flower.

Year 2 have planted some daffodil bulbs along the drive. In spring they will look lovely when they begin to flower. 1
Year 2 have planted some daffodil bulbs along the drive. In spring they will look lovely when they begin to flower. 2

Year 2 sequenced the events from the Great Fire of London. Did you know it started in a bakery on Pudding Lane?

Year 2 sequenced the events from the Great Fire of London. Did you know it started in a bakery on Pudding Lane? 1

In Geography, we have learned about the 4 countries in the United Kingdom and their capital cities. We may even be able to add an accent or two!

Year 1 and 2 have been busy writing letters to Santa this week. We made sure we remembered capital letters, full stops, and our best handwriting. On Friday we all walked to the post box to send them. We made a Christmas wish as we posted the letters. We can’t wait for our replies.

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Over the last few weeks we have been learning all about materials and their properties in Science.

We have looked at a variety of materials and decided which would be the best to use to make lots of everyday objects like windows, houses, jumpers and pans.

We read the ‘Three Little Pigs’ story and talked about why brick was the best choice for the house.

We chose from a selection of materials to design our own dens. We drew pictures and explained why we had chosen certain materials.

We also thought about what makes a fabric waterproof. We used our scientific skill of observation.

We used wax crayons to make the fabric waterproof.

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