Year 2 Home Learning Page
This is the last week of the Summer Term. What a long time it has been since we had to close the school and you have been learning at home. I have loved marking your work and seeing pictures of you enjoying your learning at home. It certainly has been a very odd year and I know that you all can’t wait for things to get back to normal and start seeing your friends again. We didn’t spend the whole of Year 2 together which is such a shame because you certainly have been the best class ever!
So this will be the last week that Purple Mash homework will actually be being put into your 2Dos. You will still be able to go into Purple Mash and explore the different areas and play different games if you enjoy them.
As I always say though, reading is one of the best ways to exercise your brains and have fun too, so I’m going to challenge you to read lots of books in the holidays.
I hope that you all have a happy and safe holiday and I’m really looking forward to seeing you when you come back to Tynsel Parkes in September as Year 3’s. I’m sure I’ll be amazed at how much you’ve all grown!
The last week of term is always a celebration. A time to look back at how much we have learned and grown and remember the fantastic times we’ve had with our friends. So the activities this week will all be to celebrate your time in Year 2.
Week Beginning: 13th July 2020
1. Make a list of the top 10 things you enjoyed learning about or did in Year 2.
2. Fill a bottle of dreams. Take an empty bottle (make sure it’s dry inside) and make 10 strips of paper. Write a wish or dream you have for when you are in Year 3. Decorate your bottle and then keep it somewhere safe. You can open the bottle next year and see how many dreams came true!
3. Go mad dancing to Go Noodle’s Celebration song.
4. Make a menu for a celebration meal. Decorate your menu. Remember to include some healthy food as well as all the yummy treats I know you love to eat.
5. Make a paper monster book mark for all the books you’re going to read! Can you remember that we made these at school and they are easier than they look. There are lots of other paper projects to keep you busy by Red Ted Crafts on YouTube.
6. Read the book ‘Oh the Places You’ll Go’ by Dr. Seuss if you have access to a copy or watch this video of it being read aloud. Then write down the places that you want to go when you grow up, things you want to learn, people you want to meet, and the things you want to do in your life.