Home learning for Year 2
Welcome to the home learning page for Year 2
Now that your child is isolating for 14 days, please find guidance below surrounding the provision St Thomas’ has put into place to support you with home learning.
We are using a range of highly accredited web resources as a means to provide students with high quality, on-line video lessons and curriculum resources.
If your child is unable to attend school, please follow the links below to access learning for Year 2.
Block A - What makes a good friend?
We are using the text ‘Sir Charlie Stinky Socks and the tale of two treasures’ to inspire our writing during this block of learning.
You can listen to the story by following the link below:
This video is made by the author her self. She also gives you some amazing activities to do with an adult if you want.
During this block, you will be producing a character description of Sir Charlie, the brave and bold knight. You will be using information from the book and some of your own ideas to describe Sir Charlie’s appearance and what his personality is like. You may want to try to answer these questions:
- Who is Sir Charlie?
- What does he look like?
- Is he a good friend?
- What is his personality like?
Follow the lesson links below to learn more about how to do it:
In reading, we are spending time enjoying reading books and discussing what we have read. We are focusing on prediction over the next few weeks. What a prediction is and how we can use it within our reading. Questions like the ones below will help you with this.
What do you think will happen in this story using the clues from the title page?
Has your prediction changed after reading the blurb?
What do we think will happen next?
What part of the story do you like best?
Did you expect ____________ to happen?
There are lots of stories available to listen to on you tube and other online sites.
Follow the links below to follow some reading for pleasure lessons:
Please continue to read for pleasure at home. Reading ten minutes a day can make all the difference. You may want to follow a recipe, explore a website together or curl up with a novel. There are great online audio books available too!
In Maths, we will be learning about addition and subtraction.
Now we have learnt all about Place Value this has now given us the first stepping stones to help us to add and subtract numbers. We will be adding and subtracting a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number, adding and subtracting a 2-digit number from another 2-digit number and also adding 3 1 digit numbers too! Remember to use your tens and ones to help you with these questions.
Follow the lesson links below to learn more about place value:
You could also continue to be a timestable whizz by going on Times Table Rockstar.
Wider Curriculum- Science – How can we stay healthy?
Our second curriculum block has a Science focus. We will be looking at healthy living and the things we can do to stay healthy. We will start off looking at healthy eating and what makes a balanced diet, then we will move on to hygiene and the importance of being clean. We will also look at physical activity and how that also helps our bodies to stay healthy.
Follow the lesson links below to learn more about taking care of our bodies and keeping healthy:
R.E. – Who made the world?
In R.E., we will be learning about what Christians believe about creation. Follow the link below to find out more about the creation story.
Can you draw seven pictures to show what God made on each day of creation?
During your time working from home:
Students are expected to:
- Complete all set work to the best of their ability.
- Ask questions to further their understanding.
Parents are expected to:
- Encourage and support their children's work as much as possible - including: finding an appropriate place for their son/daughter to work, checking that set work is completed and emailed to the class email.
- Contact the pupil’s class teacher or the school office within school hours if there are any concerns.
- Create opportunities to test your child’s learning and understanding of the day by engaging in regular discussions/ Q&A activities.
Please email any completed work to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any urgent questions about home learning provision, please contact the office via phone or email.