Year 2 Remote Learning

 
Welcome to Year 2 Remote Learning
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To contact Mrs Young, Mrs McCann, Mrs Cutts and Mrs Vickers please email schooloffice@dawpool.wirral.sch.uk or phone 0151 648 3412.
 
In the case of a full class closure, please email year2@dawpool.wirral.sch.uk
 
Please inform school immediately if you do not have online access.
 
 
Some helpful links and resources:
 
 
Class Information
 
 
Reading
 
Your child will bring home a reading book on a Thursday for the weekend. Please ensure the book is returned to school on a Monday so that we can reissue them safely (books must be stored for at least 72 hours before reissuing). Reading logs will not be sent home for the time being. 
 
You can download below a recommended reading list for Year 2 pupils. These books are widely available from most book sellers. 
 
You may also wish to subscribe to Oxford Owl for additional free reading material:
 
Go to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk and click on ‘Oxford Owl for Home’ to set up an account. 
 
You can also subscribe to a 30-day free trial with Reading Eggs, an online reading programme for ages 2-13. 
These common exception words are being used for Year 2 spellings.
 
 
This Week's Timetable
 
Please download below a copy of this week's timetable which details the objectives for every lesson and recommended activities and resources.
w.b.18.1.21
Good morning everyone. Welcome to this weeks home learning. I hope you have had a good weekend. I do miss you all so much but I am looking forward to catching up with you all on our google meet every Monday. Your parents should all have had a link by email for our meeting. In the meeting I will look at what we will be learning about this week and if you have any questions about what we are learning, you can ask me them in our meeting. I ask that if you want to speak, you put your hand up like we would at school. Parents, if you have any questions please could you email me instead so that the meeting is for the children to catch up with me. 
I thought I would give you some feedback on how our learning went last week-
Thank you to the children that answered my questions on the blog! You gave some great answers on our Science question about the stages of life. If you want to make your answers even better you could write them in sentences next time. 
I noticed that lots of people have been playing the times table games I set. Well done. I'm sorry some of you didn't like the timer, I suggest you use some of the songs instead if you are more comfortable with that. 
If you didn't answer my questions on the blog, please could you try to do that this week? Have a go as I love to see your messages and it is a good way for me to see if you have understood what we are learning.
Have a great week and I pray that we will be back together again soon. Love you all very much. Huge hugs Mrs Young xxx
Click on the link below to listen to the next chapter of The boy who grew dragons by Andy Shepherd. I have recorded myself reading it on loom. Please bear with me while I get the hang of it! :-)
 
Downloadable Resources & Activities
Year 2 Fluent in five- Try to do one slide each day.
 
Monday
 
Tuesday
 
Wednesday
 
Thursday
 
Friday
Friday 22nd January 2021
 
Good Morning Year 2
 
I want to thank you for your super effort last week with your remote learning.  I was so impressed with the way you shared your learning on the Purple Mash blogs and completed the 2Dos.
 
Here is some feedback on what you have completed so far:
 
*The Free Code Chimp tasks that were submitted were super.  Most of you managed to complete one of the challenge cards.  The videos and challenge cards are at the bottom of this web page so that you can continue to practice your coding skills on Purple Mash.
 
*You wrote some brilliant sentences on the Purple Mash blog for spelling.  There were some funny sentences there too.  You now know that the /n/ sound can be spelled with silent letters 'k and 'g'.
 
Target: Please keep practicing your Year 2 Exception Words alongside the weekly spelling lessons that I am providing. (See useful resources below)
 
Keep up your amazing efforts children and parents.  
 
Mrs McCann 
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Useful resources for general use