We thoroughly enjoyed our visit from Vicky the equine vet yesterday. She taught us so many things and answered all of our difficult questions. We listened to Jenny's heartbeat and enjoyed learning about how Vicky looks after her.
Science: investigating the importance of hand washing.
We love sharing the stories we have written. We use expression and read our stories clearly and confidently.
We have started using expanded column method to solve addition and subtraction problems. We are becoming more and more confident with this method every time we use it!
Animals and their offspring.
Our new topic for this half term is 'A Carnival of Animals'. The documents below show the planned coverage.
Can you make brown paint? How many different shades can you make?
"Red and green work well to make a dark brown."
"Look! We made brown!"
"We mixed it 3 times to get the right shade."
"We made 37 different shades of brown!"
"It made it darker when we added black."
In RE this week, we all made a commitment to follow some new rules 5 times a day. We thought about how this might impact on our day and if it will help or hinder our learning. We will learn how this links to Islam later on in our unit.
We will stop what we are doing.
We will all face the same way.
We will listen to music.
We will all move together.
Haven't Robins been busy over half term! The 'chocolate homework projects' that have been completed are simply fantastic! From science experiments, creative projects, songs and even stories of chocolate explosions! The children have really enjoyed sharing their projects this week.
Welcome back! I hope you all had a wonderful summer. The documents below show what we will be learning about in each subject area for this half term. The children have already suggested their ideas about what we should learn about and will continue to do so throughout the topic.
Thank you to everyone who came to the 'meet the teacher' session after school last week. If you weren't able to come, take a quick look at the document below to see the routines and expectations for year 2 and the content of the National Curriculum.
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