Welcome to 2SB!
Welcome to Year 2. Your class teachers are Mrs Plant and Mrs Boyer.
Please remember to bring your book bag, reading book and reading record every day.
Please could you bring a white t shirt, pumps and black shorts to school for P.E. Please leave it in school and take it home each half term to be washed. This ensures children always have their kit.
Book about even and odd numbers
We read this book in maths today. We also read it during the amths workshop with parents. Can you think of calculations that mathc the story?
2 crabs could be 2X10 = 20 OR 10 + 10 = 20
I can make 100. 9 crabs and 5 people. 9 X 10 = 90 then 5 X 2 = 10
We had a great time getting ready for the afternoon tea party. We made sandwiches and cakes ready to serve to our mums and grannies! We decorated the tables with homemade flower centrepieces.
I am excited to tell you that after a visit to YO SUSHI in the Trafford Centre, they agreed to donate our class a set of chopsticks to help the children to celebrate Chinese New Year. Watch this space for the pictures!!
If you are in YO SUSHI please thank them on our behalf.
Past and Present tense
Our new topic for Spring 1
Why don't we use cotton wool plates?
We know all about nouns and adjectives.
noun - someone or something
adjective - a describing word
Can you think of any adjectives to describe these nouns?
Can you believe Little Red Riding Hood made this mess?
How can we light up the sky?
Michael Rosen reading his poem 'Oh Dear' from 'A Great Big Cuddle', a new poetry book for the very young illustrated by Children's Laureate Chris Riddell.
Come learn the Seven Continents with this fun, upbeat and easy-to-remember song geared towards grades 3+. Visit http://sillyschoolsongs.com for more info and music!
Watch the story The Owl who was afraid of the dark. Some parts of the story are different to the book. Can you tell me?
On Friday 20th November 2015 we are having a Global Learning Day in school. We will be learning all about China. Please come to school dressed in the colours red and yellow, the colours of the Chinese flag.
You can listen to the last post on this website
Remember to bring your ukulele every Thursday.
We are excited for our concert in December.
Click here for more information.