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Friday 12th June

Fathers Day Card Making

 

Dear Class 2,

Next weekend it is Fathers Day on the 21st June. I thought it may be nice for you to make your own Fathers Day card for someone in your family. It could be for dad, step-dad, grandad or someone who is just like a dad to you.

I had a go at making a pop up card and you are more than welcome to copy mine (I found the idea online) . There are plenty of ideas online, ask an adult to help you have a look and remember to stay safe online. 

I hope you have lots of fun making your own cards and I look forward to seeing what you have made if you would like to share them with me.

Love From 

Miss Newton

 

 

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Morning Job

Follow the instructions to learn how to draw an owl.

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Phonics

English 

Spellings 

Handwriting 

 

Mighty Writing planning for next week.

Handwriting Yr 1

Handwriting Yr 1 1

Yr 2

Yr 2 1

Mighty Writing

On Monday you will be pretending to be Laurence Lowry, writing a letter to your friend who is also an artist. You will be telling him about your paintings. Lowry liked painting factories like the examples here. 

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Here is the example of what I would like you to do. 
Use the planning sheet and word bank to help you look at the paintings carefully and decide what you would like to include. 

Maths

 

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Year 2:

Science preparation for next week

Next week we will be finding out how flexible things are.

 

You will need a plastic ruler - or something similar made of plastic

                    a wooden ruler - or something similar like a garden cane or wooden spoon

                   corrugated cardboard - cut to the same size as your plastic ruler and wooden object

                   thinner card (cereal box strength) - cut to the same size

                   piece of paper (any kind)

                   weights - as for last week, anything which is a uniform size Lego, gravel, coins etc

Have a look at the lesson which PE Dave has put on the website. 

 

Have a happy weekend. 

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