On Friday it is VE Day. I have found you some ideas that you might want to use to find out about what happened and how you might want to celebrate! Upload any photos onto the DOJO so we can see how you have celebrated...we look forward to seeing them.
If you want to find out more watch the following clip.
Or look at the powerpoint!
Times Tables and Number Fluency
Please allow your child time to access Numbots and TTrockstars. Their log in details for this can be found in the cover of their school diaries. Please contact the school office should you require this information.
Weekly Maths Lessons
This weeks maths is Summer Term week 3 looking at fact families, addition and subtraction bonds to 20.
Please continue to work on the Year 2 High Frequency and Common Exception Words. Ask your child about the methods we use in school to help them to learn spellings: boxing up, adding a picture, writing in a sentence etc.
Please continue to listen to your child read their school reading book or any other books that you may have at home. You can also use the Oxford Owl website to find books to read in the Free eBook Library section.
Newsround has a good variety of news articles that the children enjoy reading, but please check their suitability first.
CBBC Newsround: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround
Start reading the text and then try and answer the questions. Don't forget to use the text to help you.
This week you could try any of the following ideas:
- Imagine you have celebrated VE Day and write a diary entry describing the day. Use your senses to help you record your thoughts on an unforgettable day.
- Come up with a list of items that you might need for your VE Day celebration.
- Find out about rationing and what food was available at that time. Create a poster to show the different foods and what prices they were.
Art and DT
Why not make some bunting for your celebration...see if you can rope in other family members at home to help you!
Design and create your own VE Day banner to really show of your celebration. Make sure it is bright and bold.
Have a go at designing your own medal. You might even want to continue and make it. You could use clay, plasticine, salt dough or even cardboard. See what you can come up with.