Homework is sent out on Fridays. Please return your homework book to the green box by Wednesday. Please ensure that any sheets are stuck into your homework book so that they do not get lost.
Spellings will also be sent out on a Friday. These will be related to the 'spelling rule' that we have learnt in class. Please practise your spellings at home for a test on the following Friday.
It would also be fantastic for the children to be accessing Purple Mash and Phonics Play in their own time to support what we have been learning in school. If you require another copy of your child's username and password, please do not hesitate to email me.
Please find attached a pdf document below with all of the spelling rules we will be learning this half-term. The Year 2 common exception words list shows the additional statutory spellings children learn in Year 2 which are exceptions to the spelling rules. Children's homework sheets can also be accessed according to their group below.
Please find attached an Arithmetic SATS revision booklet to support children in the run-up to SATS.
The booklet is not compulsory and there isn't any pressure to complete the entire booklet, but any additional practise the children can have will really help with their confidence and skill in completing the test questions.
Year 2 Topic Homework- Make a Tudor house for out 'Great Fire of London' project.
This half-term we are learning all about the Great Fire of London. Homework for part of this half-term will be project based.
Please make your own 3D Tudor house out of junk modelling equipment. (E.g. cardboard boxes, cardboard tubes, tissue etc.). I will add photographs of ideas onto our class page.
Please bring in either your completed Tudor house or a photograph of it by Wednesday 16th October. We will display these along with our Topic work.
Spellings will continue to be handed out weekly.
Please find below some inspiration pictures and ideas. Children can be as creative as they like to create their Tudor house. All children will have the opportunity to share their Tudor house with the class. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to speak to me.
Thank you for your continued support.