Moss Park Infant School

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Year 2 – Mrs Plant / Mrs Boyer

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.

 

 

 

 

Summer 2; Who lived in Stretford 100 years ago?

An amazing African performance. Thank you for all your support

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Wow. We can play the drums!

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We loved African dancing too!

More drums!

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Amy used hand gestures to give us directions when playing the drums.

We can say hello in languages spoken in Africa

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African drumming!

Book marks ready to be sold at the Summer Fair. The children all helped!

Victorian Day was a success

Our Grandparents afternoon was a great success! Thank you to all the grandparents who came and shared their experiences about when they were young. The children found it very interesting asking lots of different questions!

Year 2 had a great day visiting The Lowry Art Gallery. We especially enjoyed the workshop learning how to sketch and draw like L.S. Lowry!

Don't forget to bring in your sponsor form and money by Friday. A great SINGATHON day!

Singathon fun!

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We sang for the Mayor and Mayoress today.

Country dancing!

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Singing in the rain!

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Freddy Fit came to school today. We had lots of fun getting fit and learning about keeping healthy!

L.S. Lowry; mind mapping before our trip next week.

Sports activity day! Thanks to all the grown ups who came to support us and join in!

Comparing Stretford past and present!

Thank you Harry. Love from Coco and Suzie the guinea pigs

We chopped and prepared our fruit for the smoothies. Yum!

All ready to make a smoothie tomorrow!

Mrs Plant had fun trying it out!

Can you tell the story using the story map?

The Papaya Who Spoke

Summer 1 topic - Should I take a wooly hat to Africa

A HUGE thank you to everyone who came to the Year 2 African Art Exhibition. We have raised over £200 so far. The art work will still be available in the morning to purchase.

Tie dye!

Getting ready for tie dye. Thank you to Zoe ans Amy. You were super helpers! We are so excited to see how they turn out. When we put them in the washing machine they looked very RED!

Holding the froglets

So clever, we used a sewing machine to make a pencil case. How clever!

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Fractions

Guinea pig hugs

Learn our rap to help to write a report. (We are writing about African Animals)

Watch the story of how our outdoor classroom deleloped!

To end our family learning week we had a fabulous time den building. The whole school took part in mixed age classes for the day. We designed flags, made models of dens then we went outside to build our dens. Thanks to all the grown ups who helped out. We had such an amazing day!

Today we had more fun all to do with sticks! We told each other our own stick stories using our story plans before going off to write them.

We worked in groups to design and build our own stick structures. It was very tricky!

We enjoyed playing a game of giant pick up sticks. It was such fun!

More stick week fun! First we went to the park and made a stick creature

Then we made a den for our stick creature. Thank you so much to the grown ups who came to help!

We looked at the work of a Scottish sculptor today, Andy Goldsworthy. We were inspired by his work and we used our sticks and natural materials to make our very own. What do you think?

Playing giant pick up sticks... You have to be really careful. We had to know which colour to choose and which colour we could get without disturbing the other sticks! It helped us counting in 2,5 and 10s too

Learning to tell the time in five minute intervals

Making Africn Marks - We can't wait to display them in our exhibition!

Thank you to Mia and her mummy for looking after the tadpoles.

Odd and even numbers. Listen to the story below

Even Steven and Odd Todd

Book about even and odd numbers

Painting an African Sunset picture

Summer 1 letter to parents

Our topic for next half term: Can frogs live in the desert?

Spring 2 work update for parents

More changes, they are nearly tadpoles!

Mr Moore found a frog! Perhaps it is her frog spawn?

The frog spawn is changing!!

Thank you so much to the parents who attended the maths workshop.

We read this book in class today (and during the maths workshop too)

One is a Snail Ten is a Crab

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

Look what we have found!

We had great fun running a mile for Sport Relief!

Look at our models of 3D shapes! Can you name the shapes we have made? What shape faces does the 3D shape have? How many corners does it have? How many edges?

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.

Our photos from the afternoon tea party!

Getting ready for the party!

World Book Day!

This week we are multiplying and dividing!

The Giant came to our classroom, we used magnifying glasses to look for clues!

Describing a setting using adjectives

Adding on a number line. Use this strategy to help you.