HOMEWORK YEAR 2
There will be no spellings, we are focusing on handwriting using the pre-cursive handwriting style.
It may not be your half term for French, however in case you wanted to keep practising, I am sending you a little booklet full of activities. There is no expectation to do all of it, but the sections on greetings, colours, numbers to 31 and of course the days and months would be really beneficial.
This book is labelled as year 3 but it is absolutely fine for you.
Week 3 Activities - 04.05.20 - Viewpoints - see Year 2 class page for link!
Summer 2 Home Learning 15.06.20
HOMEWORK YEAR 6
HOMEWORK YEAR 3
Spellings are tested every Thursday. See below for the termly lists:
Times Tables are tested every Friday. Please read the following document for further information:
We ask you to support our topic work by talking to your children about the themes and encouraging them to do independent research. This could be using the Internet or visiting local libraries to gain information. Click on the links below for an overview of each topic:
Autumn 1: Predators
Autumn 2: Tribal Tales
Spring 1: Gods and Mortals
Spring 2: Burps, Bottoms and Bile
Summer 1: Mighty Metals
Summer 2: Tremors
Below are lists of common exception words and high frequency words which are taught in Year 3. It would be helpful if you could help your child familiarise themselves with these words.
Reading is so important! It develops children's creativity, improves their imagination and stengthens their problem solving and thinking skills. If you haven't joined your local library then we encourage you to do so. Fostering a love of reading is one of the greatest gifts you can bestow on your child!
Oxford Owl have got lots of free ebooks (for those who prefer the Ipad to the paperback!) You can download them if you register online. Their link is below: