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Week 2

Dear everyone,

We hope that you are all keeping safe and that you are making the most of your time together as a family.  It is lovely to see how you have all been busy doing your home learning in such creative ways and we thank you for sending us updates and photographs of what is happening at home.

Special birthday wishes from the Year 2 team to Violet and Alice who celebrated their special day at the end of March and to Finley who will turn seven this Friday!

You will find below the Year 2 Home Learning Overview with suggested activities for this week and you are welcome to adapt them to the resources that are available to you.  Please bear in mind that these activities are suggestions and that we understand that family circumstances are different (i.e. people working from home, being unwell or having limited access to computer technology - including printers - or to outdoor spaces ...).  However, we recommend that your child keeps reading on a daily basis as 'practice makes perfect'.  Many of you have been keeping up with your banded books allocated to you on Bug Club with Nathan as the Super Reader of the past week.  Well done Nathan! Spelling Shed will be updated on a weekly basis as usual and TTRockstars has been set up for the term.  For those of you who are uncomfortable about their child spending too much time in front of a screen, do not hesitate to adapt these online activities using the book provided by the school or creating games (i.e. word hunt, hangman, memory games ...).

As it is uncertain still as to when schools will reopen, we are trying to provide activities linking to the topics we would have studied in class.  This will ease transition when we will resume school. 

Many thanks for your continued support and our very best wishes.

This week's spelling activities
Reading Activities and Resources
Writing Activities and Resources
Maths Teaching videos and activities 
Science links
Let's learn about the pollination of flowering plants by flying insects by completing a diagram showing the main stages in the insect pollination process.

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