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Wednesday 3rd March

Good morning Year 2! We are half way through the week already. Well done to those children who have worked hard so far this week, you have produced some excellent work. We have another busy day ahead of us today and then tomorrow we can enjoy some reading activities so we can celebrate World Book Day.

Here is your timetable for today…



money, half, water, Christmas, whole, who, climb, eye, sugar, prove

Have a look at the spellings above and read them out loud to someone in your house.

After you have done that, I want you to write them down in alphabetical order. The first spelling you write down will be eye because eye begins with an e.

Finally, complete the sentences below:

I need money when _____________________________.
Half of my chocolate cake is __________________________.
I like to climb up the tree because ______________________.
I want to prove how good I am but ______________________.

English Starter

Spelling police! Today, I need you to be the spelling police. How many spellings can you correct? Please don’t write out the full sentences. All you need to do is write the incorrect word out and write the correct spelling next to it.

The dog whent to the parck and ran arownd chasin the children.
In Africa, ther ar lots of anemals and they enjoy living in the whild.
I love paynting, skiping and jumpping.
At knight tighm I like to lai in my bed and wotch the glistening stars.


In English today, I am going to give you a bit of free choice so I can see what you can do. We have been learning about non-chronological reports and you are getting very good at them.

You are going to pick a topic of your choice, it could be an animal, it could be a movie or it could be your favourite character. You are going to write your own non-chronological report. Remember, it needs:

  • a title
  • subheadings
  • captions
  • factual information
  • an introduction, middle section and ending

Today is your chance to show off and show me what you can do. Use lots of different skills and try and make your writing fantastic! Finally, make sure you use your neatest handwriting.


Please start your Maths lesson today by completing the Maths Meeting below.

In Maths today, we are going to continue with column subtraction but today we are going to look at regrouping – it is going to get a little bit harder. Watch the video below to help you.

After you have watched the video, please complete the calculations below. Remember you need to use column subtraction to work the answers out.

32 – 13 =
45 – 16 =
51 – 24 =
67 – 29 =
73 – 45 =


Please watch the video below to find out what I would like you do do in reading today.


We are going to continue our learning about Kenya today. Can you remember which continent Kenya is in?

Watch the video below to further your understanding.


After you have watched the video above, watch the video below to find out more information.

After you have watched the PowerPoint, try and answer the questions below. You can write the answers down or discuss them with someone in your house.

What is the weather like in Kenya?

Why is the weather like this?

What do we know about the weather in the UK?

What special foods are eaten in Kenya?

What is school like in Kenya?

How might going to school in Kenya be different or similar to going to school in the UK?

Well done Year 2!

Your learning for today is complete. Well done for working hard.

Mrs Farrier

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