Year 2B

year 2

Teacher: Mrs. Brock       Teaching Assistant: Miss Rogers

Hello everyone and welcome to our new and final half term! Our topic this term is called ‘Team’ and is all about the Olympics, which will now take place next year, beginning on Friday 23rd July, 2021.  
Instead of setting weekly topic tasks, we will now give you a list of optional topic ideas, for each subject, that can be completed throughout the half term, as and when you like. Scroll down to below the daily tasks and you will find the topic ideas for this half term. 

Week commencing 1/6/20

Here are the teacher notes and links you will need for English this week:

Monday 1st June


Maths The ten times table

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Tuesday 2nd June


Maths Make equal groups of ten (sharing)
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Wednesday 3rd June

English Y2_Week 9_Day 3 (pdf)           Y2_Wk9_Day3 (word)

Maths Make equal groups of ten (grouping)
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Thursday 4th June


Maths Odd and even numbers
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Friday 5th June


Maths- Friday’s Maths Challenges





Topic Ideas for Summer 2- Team
Spellings
Continue with the spellings that you have not yet learnt. Try and put these spellings into sentences to make sure you understand the meaning of the spelling and how to use it. 

Spelling Challenge- How many homophones can you find? Can you use both of the words correctly in a sentence to make sure they make sense? e.g. meet and meat,   no and know. 

PE

Watch the videos. Your challenge is to create your own short dance routine using some of the movements you see in the video.

Synchronised swimming

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7jiAKtOnXI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDi8J4g-pUk

Men’s rhythmic gymnastics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDEGBfVYI1Y

Women’s rhythmic gymnastics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-klUJA_Z0D4

Rio opening ceremony

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_qXm9HY9Ro

London opening ceremony

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4As0e4de-rI


D&T

Art and Design

  • Visit the Olympics website to see a range of past and present Olympic mascots, including Tokyo 2020, Rio 2016 and London 2012. Draw some of the mascots and label any special features. 
  • Design a sports team mascot, either for a small team, class or our school. Draw the mascot using art materials and label any special features.
  • Redesign the Olympic Games Logo.

History

  • Create a fascinating facts board, all about the ancient Olympic games.
  • Research the history of the Olympic Rings.
  • Research Sheffield’s link with the Olympic games.

Writing

  • Look at the PowerPoint about the story of the Olympics.  2020-team_dev_pres_the_story_of_the_olympic_games  Use the PowerPoint to write a fact sheet about what the Olympics are. 
  • Look at the team sports picture cards 2020-team_dev_pc_team_sports (1) to show that sports are part of the Olympics. Guess the sports. Choose one of the sports and write about it. What is the sport? What kind of ball do they use? What is the aim of the game? How many people play on the team? Any other facts about it?


Geography

  • Choose one of the countries in the Olympics and research facts to create a fact file about the country. 
  • Find out about where the next Olympics is taking place- Tokyo- and create a leaflet about it. What is the weather like? What things can you do there? Where can you stay?

Science

  • Design some healthy meals for athletes taking part in the Olympics. Which types of food should they eat more of? Which foods should they avoid before a race?

Olympic Challenges

  • Jump and measure how far using a tape measure.
  • Throw a ball and measure how far you have thrown using a tape measure. 
  • Run and time how long it takes. Can you do it again and beat your time?



Work from Summer 1 and before


You have been invited to join ClassDojo.  Join soon, as this is a great new way for our class to share information and ask questions.  Thank you to all the children and parents who have already been in touch.
Week commencing 18/5/20

Weekly focuses

We would recommend spending no longer than one hour on the daily English tasks and no longer than 45 minutes on the daily Maths tasks. If the tasks are unfinished in this time, then it is fine to continue them the next day, after a rest, or at another appropriate time. 

Please do remember you don’t have to do every single task, as we know there is a lot of reading and writing. If you cannot do them all, choose the ones you can and then choose your favourite piece of work to upload to Dojo. There is no need to upload every piece of work, as we know how time-consuming this can be!

Your Reading and Writing focuses this week are from Hamilton trust. This week, you will be learning about Wombats and different text types. There will be a video clip to watch from ‘The Diary of a Wombat’. You will also learn about the simple and progressive past forms and you will be using different conjunctions. See below for the teacher notes. 

See below for your Maths focus each day. If you are unable to print off the tasks, then please just look at the task on screen and record your answers on paper. 

Spellings- Choose another ten spellings from your assessment and carry on practising them. 

PE- 10 minute shake up.  Carry on with Joe Wicks, or go to www.nhs.co.uk/10-minute-shake-up.  Here you’ll be able to choose a new activity each day.  Have fun and share your favourites on Dojo!  If you’ve been active with your family you might not need a shake up some days.

Creative Literacy-   Choose one of the significant people that you have been writing about for the last two weeks. Write some Who am I? clues to see if we can guess who you are talking about. Write in first person, write about what the person looks like, what their significant object is and things that they did to make them significant. See if we can guess who you are talking about! 

Monday 18th May

English- Y2_Wk8_Day 1 (pdf)    Y2_Wk8_Day 1 (word)

Maths- Multiplication using the x symbol. 

Watch the video below and have a go at answering the questions. 

Worksheet

Answers

Tuesday 19th May

English-  Y2_Wk8_Day 2 (pdf)  Y2_Wk8_Day 2 (word)

Maths- Use arrays

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Worksheet

Answers

Wednesday 20th May

English- Y2_Wk8_Day 3 (pdf)  Y2_Wk8_Day 3 (word)

Maths- The two times table

Video

Worksheet

Answers


Thursday 21st May

English- Y2_Wk8_Day 4 (pdf)  Y2_Wk8_Day 4 (word)

Maths- The five times table

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Worksheet

Answers

Friday 22nd May

English- Y2_Wk8_Day 5 (pdf)  Y2_Wk8_Day 5 (word)

Maths- Friday Maths Challenges

Click on the link below to see a variety of Maths Challenges. Choose one, or as many as you like to complete. 


Week commencing 11/5/20

Weekly focuses

Your Reading and Writing focuses this week are from Hamilton trust.This week, you will be looking at the stories ‘Wild Pets’ and ‘In every corner’. You will then be asked to answer questions about the stories and create your own story, with the help of a story planner. You will also look at nouns, adjectives, noun phrases and prepositions. On each day, there is a handy information sheet to remind you what each of these things are. Below are the teacher notes, the stories ‘Wild Pets’ and ‘In every corner’ and PowerPoints on noun phrases. See the daily tasks to check when you will need to use them.

We would recommend spending no longer than one hour on the daily English tasks and no longer than 45 minutes on the daily Maths tasks. If the tasks are unfinished in this time, then it is fine to continue them the next day, after a rest, or at another appropriate time. 

Please do remember you don’t have to do every single task, as we know there is a lot of reading and writing. If you cannot do them all, choose the ones you can and then choose your favourite piece of work to upload to Dojo. There is no need to upload every piece of work, as we know how time-consuming this can be!
  

See below for your Maths focus each day. If you are unable to print off the tasks, then please just look at the task on screen and record your answers on paper. 

Spellings- Choose another ten spellings from your assessment and carry on practising them. 

PE- 10 minute shake up.  Carry on with Joe Wicks, or go to www.nhs.co.uk/10-minute-shake-up.  Here you’ll be able to choose a new activity each day.  Have fun and share your favourites on Dojo!  If you’ve been active with your family you might not need a shake up some days.

History– Choose your second favourite significant person from the last couple of weeks and fill in this fact sheet about them. significant-person (3).
Can you research this person and find any more interesting facts about them that you didn’t already know?

Here is the information about significant people to remind you who you can choose from- 2020-mover_eng_infs_significant_people (1)

Creative Task– Create a portrait of the significant person you have chosen to study this week (from above).
Continue with your creation of an object or artifact that is significant to your chosen person this week. It could be something your person might use or they might need. If you have finished this, try and create a significant object for the person you have chosen this week. e.g.- a spaceship for Neil Armstrong. 

Monday 11th May


Maths-  Adding and subtracting tens.

Watch the following video and try and answer the questions on the worksheet below. 



Tuesday 12th May


Maths- Add two digit numbers.

Watch the following video and try and answer the questions on the worksheet below. 




Wednesday 13th May


Maths- Subtract two digit numbers
Watch the following video and try and answer the questions on the worksheet below. 



Thursday 14th May


Maths- Bonds to 100
Watch the video and try and answer the questions on the worksheet. 



Friday 15th May


Maths- Maths Challenge coming soon 🙂 


Week commencing 4/5/20

Weekly Focuses
Your Reading and Writing focuses this week are from Hamilton trust. We are combining both because there is a lot of reading for the Hamilton Trust work. The work this week includes looking at instructions and sentence types. Below are the teacher notes for this week, a PowerPoint on sentence types and the story ‘Dream On’. Look at the daily tasks below to see when you will need to use them. 

See below for your Maths focus each day. If you are unable to print off the tasks, then please just look at the task on screen and record your answers on paper. 

Spellings- Choose another ten spellings from your assessment and carry on practising them. 

PE- 10 minute shake up.  Carry on with Joe Wicks, or go to www.nhs.co.uk/10-minute-shake-up.  Here you’ll be able to choose a new activity each day.  Have fun and share your favourites on Dojo!  If you’ve been active with your family you might not need a shake up some days.

History– Can you order the significant people from last week’s reading task into a timeline, from the ones that were born the earliest to the ones that were born the latest?   Timeline

History second task– Choose one of the significant people from last week that you liked the most and fill in this fact sheet about them. significant-person (3)

Here is the information about significant people from last week- 2020-mover_eng_infs_significant_people (1)

Creative Task– Create a portrait of the significant person you have chosen to study (from above). You could then use design and technology to create an object or artefact that is significant to them. It could be something they might use or they might need. The choice is yours! This activity may take a couple of weeks, so don’t worry if it is not completed this week. 

Monday 4th May

English-Year 2_Week 6_Day 1 (PDF)    Year 2_Week 6_Day 1 (word)

Maths- Fact Families and addition and subtraction bonds to 20
Click here- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/  and go to Summer Term, Week 3, Lesson 1 for today’s teaching video. Then have a go at completing the following sheet about addition and subtraction bonds to 20 



Tuesday 5th May

English-Year 2_Week 6_Day 2 (PDF)    Year 2_Week 6_Day 2 (word)

Maths- Compare number sentences
Click here- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/  and go to Summer Term, Week 3, Lesson 2 for today’s teaching video. Then have a go at completing the following sheet about comparing number sentences. 



Wednesday 6th May


Maths-Related facts
Click here- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/  and go to Summer Term, Week 3, Lesson 3 for today’s teaching video. Then have a go at completing the following sheet about related facts.



Thursday 7th May


Maths-Add and subtract ones.
Click here- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/  and go to Summer Term, Week 3, Lesson 4 for today’s teaching video. Then have a go at completing the following sheet about adding and subtracting ones. 


Friday 8th May


Maths- Number challenge.  The number is 30. How many ways can you make it?  You can + – x or ÷.  Will you use a logical approach or can you see any patterns?




Tasks for week beginning 27.4.20 

Our new topic for the next few weeks is called ‘Movers and Shakers’ all about significant people who have made a difference in our world.  We hope you will find this new history based topic fascinating.

Week’s Projects

History: Factfile-A significant person to me.  Choose a person from your family or friends who is a significant person to you.  Think about what makes them special.  May be you are lucky enough to have more than one!  Create a factfile all about them using these sub-headings: 

Name

Place of birth

What big changes did they make in their lifetime?

How did they make lots of people’s lives better or worse?

How did they change the way people think?

How are their ideas still used today?

What did they do that made them a very good or a very bad role model?

Art: A significant portrait. Create a portrait of the person who is significant to you.  How you represent them is up to you-may be using felt-tip pens, paint or using paper collage. Remember to observe carefully and add each detail so everyone recognises them.

Design technology: A significant artefact. Recreate any object that is linked to your significant person using recycled materials or different art materials.  The object may be something they wear, something they use or have.  It may be grandma who took you exploring in the woods and taught you about wild animals, so you recreate the squirrel you saw or even grandma’s favourite, old walking boots.  May be it’s dad who showed you how to cook, so you can recreate the oven or the mixer you used.

PE: 10 minute shake up.  Go to www.nhs.co.uk/10-minute-shake-up.  Here you’ll be able to choose a new activity each day or may be a favourite that we tried in Autumn.  Have fun and share your favourites on Dojo!  If you’ve been active with your family you might not need a shake up some days.

Spelling: Red words  Aim to learn at least 5 new words from the Red Words Chart (see your Spelling Log Book page 38).  Circle every word you’ve learnt to spell from memory this week.  Can you challenge yourself and write them in sentences too?

Times tables: TTRockstars  Go to www.ttrockstars.co.uk and practise your facts.  Send me a message on Dojo if you are ready for the next times table.

Daily Literacy and Maths

Your Writing focus this week is from Hamilton Trust and is all about nouns, adjectives, adverbs and poetry. Below are the teacher notes for this week and some presentations that you may be asked to look at.

Presentation_noun_phrases_1

Presentation_noun_phrases_2

Teacher Notes Y2 Wk 5

Reading Dawson’s model is a set of five statements that help historians to decide if a person is historically significant. Read the five statements here: Dawson’s Model

Click on the link below to find information about significant people. Spend the week reading about these people (see below for guidance on which people to read about each day) and use the Dawson’s model checklist underneath the information to check whether you think the person is significant. 

2020-mover_eng_infs_significant_people (1)

See below for your Maths focus each day. If you are unable to print off the tasks, then please just look at the task on screen and record your answers on paper. 

Monday

Writing: Y2_Wk5_Day1  (PDF version)       Y2_Wk5_Day1 (Word version)

Reading: Read about Mary Anning and Neil Armstrong. Using the Dawson’s model, do you think they are significant people?

Maths: Compare lengths. Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 2 lesson 1.  If you are unable to print any tasks this week, you can complete most by writing down your answer or telling someone your thinking when you look on screen. 

Tuesday

Writing: Y2_Wk5_Day2  (PDF version)    Y2_Wk5_Day2 (Word version)

Reading: Read about Paul Cézanne and Vincent van Gogh. Using the Dawson’s model, do you think they are significant people?

Maths: Order lengths.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 2 lesson 2.

Wednesday

Writing: Y2_Wk5_Day3 (PDF version)  Y2_Wk5_Day3 (Word version)

Reading: Read about Emmeline Pankhurst and Henry VIII. Using the Dawson’s model, do you think they are significant people?

Maths: Four operations in length.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 2 lesson 3.

Thursday

Writing: Y2_Wk5_Day4 (PDF version)  Y2_Wk5_Day4  (word version)

Reading: Read about Rosa Parks and Christopher Columbus. Using the Dawson’s model, do you think they are significant people?

Maths: Problem solving.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 2 lesson 4.

Friday

Writing: Y2_Wk5_Day5  (Word version)  Y2_Wk5_Day5  (PDF version)

Reading: Read about Joseph Lister. Using the Dawson’s model, do you think he is a significant person?

Maths: Number challenge.  The number is 24. How many ways can you make it?  You can + – x or ÷.  Will you use a logical approach or can you see any patterns?


We can’t wait to see some of your great work and hear about your significant people on Dojo!

Have fun!

Mrs Brock and Miss Rogers xx



Tasks for week beginning 20.4.20 

Weekly challenges
Design technology: My Marvellous Medicine.  Reuse an old container to create your own medicine.  Think about how you will persuade people to use it and what special effect it will have.  Will it give you a superpower? Design and make your container to include a label that shows its name, ingredients, instructions, its effect and warns about any dangers.  Filling your container with your marvellous medicine is optional fun and may need an adult to help you!
PE: 10 minute shake up.  Go to www.nhs.co.uk/10-minute-shake-up.  Here you’ll be able to choose a new activity each day or may be a favourite that we tried in Autumn.  Have fun and share your favourites on Dojo!
Reading: Get caught reading!  It is your choice what and why but read at least 10 minutes each day.  Will you read some new posts on Dojo, relax with a story in bed or the garden, read fascinating facts, follow instructions step by step to do something clever, read speed sounds (see your Spelling Log Book pages 6-7) or practise speed reading red words (see your Spelling Log Book page 38)?
Spelling: Red words  This week ask an adult to check which words you can spell from the Red Words Chart (see your Spelling Log Book page 38).  You can circle every word you can spell from memory.  Your next challenge is to see how many new words you can learn to spell each week.  Look out for word families and spelling rules to help you learn them more easily (eg If I can spell old, I can quickly learn told and hold. I have noticed words with different or sounds, like call, bought, caught.) or make up a silly spelling rap.
Times tables: TTRockstars  Go to www.ttrockstars.co.uk and practise your facts. 
Weekly Literacy and Maths
Monday
Literacy: A recount of Easter time.  Remember, a recount describes events in order, how you felt about them and is written in the past tense, like a diary.  Write your recount as a letter to me. Today, plan your recount by drawing 3 things you did over Easter and add helpful and interesting words you will use in your writing.
Maths: Finding three quarters. Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 1 lesson 1.  If you are unable to print any tasks this week, you can complete most by writing down your answer or telling someone your thinking when you look on screen. 
Tuesday
Literacy: A recount of Easter time.  Begin to write your recount.  Checklist: Letter opening (eg To…, Dear…), opening sentence, first paragraph describing first event, openers (eg First, On Saturday), noun phrases (eg new, funny film) and conjunctions to extend sentences (eg…because… , …when…). 
Maths: Count in fractions.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 1 lesson 2.
Wednesday
Literacy: A recount of Easter time. Write second paragraph of your recount.  Checklist: second paragraph describing second event, openers (eg Later, On Sunday), noun phrases (delicious, chocolaty egg) and conjunctions to extend sentences (eg…but… , …and…). 
Maths: Measure length.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 1 lesson 3.
Thursday
Literacy: A recount of Easter time. Write third paragraph and end of your recount.  Checklist: third paragraph describing third event, closing statement and who the letter is from, openers (eg Finally, Yesterday), noun phrases (breezy, sunny garden) and conjunctions to extend sentences (eg…if… , …that…). 
Maths: Measure length.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 1 lesson 4.
Friday
Literacy: A recount of Easter time. Reread and edit your letter.  Checklist: who it is to and from, sentences make sense, correct punctuation, described each event in detail telling who, when, what, where and how you felt, using past tense verbs often spelled with suffix -ed.  Upload your recount on Dojo so we can read about your Easter time! 
Maths: Maths challenge.  Go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/.  Watch the video and complete the task for Summer term week 1 lesson 5.
We can’t wait to see some of your great work on Dojo!
Have fun!
Mrs Brock and Miss Rogers xx




Happy Easter Year 2B! We hope you have a lovely holiday and a rest from all the work you have been doing. If you would like to do any activities over the two week break, there are a few below. 
Speak soon, 
Mrs Brock and Miss Rogers x



Hi Y2B 🙂

I hope you’re enjoying time with your family.  Try to keep your brilliant brain busy with some of the jobs I’ve sent you.  Check out the website’s News page for some special awards for Y2B. 

Be good (as always) and I hope to be in touch again soon! 

Mrs Brock x


WORKING FROM HOME DUE TO SCHOOL CLOSURE
A pack of work has been provided for every child due to the impact of Coronavirus.
We hope the range of worksheets in this pack will allow your child to engaged in a Reading, Writing and Maths activities as they would in a normal school day. In addition, the projects suggested based on ‘Muck, Mess and Mixtures’ and online games set on ‘Active Learn Primary’ and ‘TTRockstars’ will hopefully be enjoyable ways to supplement the worksheets provided. All tasks are intended to practise the skills relevant to the curriculum for your child’s year group.
We would anticipate children only attempt these tasks when well and only complete a few each day dependent on your individual family’s circumstances. Further ideas are provided below, including more suggestions for online learning opportunities.

Reading activities
There will be some daily phonics virtual lessons run by Read, Write, Inc on YouTube. From  Monday 23rd March, Read, Write, Inc will release three short Speed Sound lessons with one of their trainers every day for the next two weeks. The films will only be available at the times below:
Set 1 Speed Sounds- 9.30am and again at 12.30pm
Set 2 Speed Sounds- 10.00am and again at 1.00pm
Set 3 Speed Sounds- 10.30am and again at 1.30pm.
I would recommend accessing the Set 3 speed sounds sessions. Set 2 would be good revision for a few children.

They are also releasing a film of a poem to join in with at 2.00pm every day. These poems will be available on YouTube to watch again and again, so is a great opportunity to learn some poetry by heart. 

In addition to this, Phonics Play have made their site free during the current situation. To receive access to the site, the username to login on is: march20 and the password is: home. There will be lots of phonics games to play on and it will also help with your child’s reading. 

Writing Activities 
Over the next few weeks, it would be nice for your children to do some writing tasks. Please see some ideas below of pieces they might create:
-Write a letter to a grandparent who your children might not be able to see at the moment, telling them what activities they have been doing.
– Write some diary entries about what they are doing and what is happening- this will be a pivotal moment in history, so children might like to look back on some of these memories when they are older. 
– Create a ‘time capsule’ for children to look back on when they are older. In the capsule, they could do an ‘about me’ page, listing what their favourite things are, their goals and dreams, a picture of their family as they are now, pet pictures, local newspaper clippings, fun family memories, programmes on telly they might be watching, pieces of work they are proud of, footprints, handprints and anything else they can think of!
-Spring poetry- Let children use their senses to create a poem about Spring. Encourage them to look at what they can see, hear, smell, taste and feel. 
– Write a persuasive letter to other children, telling them why it is still important to do some school work while they’re off school. Think of two reasons and write a paragraph on each. 
– If you create anything at home with your children, ask them to write a recipe or instructions on how to make it. 

Maths activities
To support further learning in Maths the following website is highly recommended as it includes a daily lesson, including a video clip that models the task, as well a follow-up activity for children. Join the #Maths Party at 10am at https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
Educational games are also available to practise a range of relevant skills relating to calculations, shapes and measuring at www.activelearnprimary.co.uk, using your child’s usual log in to access personalised activities.  
Times tables can also be practised using your child’s usual log in details at www.ttrockstars.co.uk.  NEW TTRockstars user name: firstname.initial of last name, password: password.  Join the TTRockstars Battle by representing Team Flanderwell against St. Alban’s children.

Don’t forget to have fun with some everyday maths at home such as:
Weighing ingredients or measuring liquids for cooking and baking, or chopping food into halves, quarters or thirds
Investigating the longest and shortest object-measuring length of objects in the house or garden, using a tape measure, ruler or hand spans
Practising multiplication and division by using everyday objects to make arrays (3×5 arranged as 3 rows of toy cars with 5 in each row) or share into groups, as well as counting on and back in steps of 1, 2, 5 and 10.
Telling the time at intervals throughout the day, counting how long until…in 5 minute intervals on a clock face, or timing how many times you can…(star jump, write your name, run to the garden gate, etc) in one minute-be as creative as you like!

Keep active
To keep regular exercise happening, Joe Wicks is releasing a free thirty minute PE session at 9.00am every morning on YouTube.  Lots of children also love Just Dance and Go Noodle, available free through YouTube.  On those sunny days of course enjoy an hour exploring outdoors with your family.

Suggested websites for home learning

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

https://kidsactivitiesblog.com/135609/list-of-education-companies-offering-free-subscriptions/

https://worldbook.kitaboo.com/reader/worldbook/index.html?usertoken=Mjk5MzQ6MTpJUjA5MjAxNjoyOmNsaWVudDE2OTc6MTY5NzoyMjE2Mjg4OjE6MTU4NDM4MDExMzA2Mjp1cw==

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.ictgames.com


More Maths Challenges (see Y2B Gallery for Challenges One-Ten)

Challenge Eleven

Challenge Twelve


Challenge Thirteen


Challenge Fourteen

Challenge Fifteen