Useful Links

Useful Links

Bourne Primary School

Bourne Primary School

01895 462359

 

Year 2

Welcome to our online platform. Here you will find some activities and tasks to complete each day. We will aim to update the tasks weekly in order to keep you occupied. We will not be collecting any of your tasks back in but if you happen to create something that you would like to showcase when school is open then please do. 

Weekly assemblies to reflect on at home can be found here!

Why not join Miss Filson and learn a new skill. Find out more here!

09.04.20

Join Miss Filson for The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

Story Time with Miss Filson

02.04.20

Come and enjoy a story by clicking the link below.

Story Time with Miss Filson

Easter Holiday

 

 

 Over the Easter Holiday, please stay safe and try to offer to help out around the house.

Jobs around the house that you could do:

  • Make your own bed in the morning
  • Set and clear the table at meal times
  • Keep your bedroom tidy
  • Use a cloth to dust the surfaces in your bedroom or around the house

What else can you think of that would help your family out at home?

There will be more learning activities loaded up ready for you on the 20th April.

In the meantime, why not enter this competition by designing your dream bike.

Design your Dream Bike Competition - Information

Week Beginning: 30.03.20

English

 

 

Reading

Read for at least 20 minutes each day, either by yourself or out loud to an adult.  

Register with Oxford Owl to access their bank of device friendly e-books or read a book, newspaper or magazine that you have at home already.

Oxford Owl

Click on the link below to see a familiar face reading a very special story.

Harris McCoo and the Rainbow Haggis by Stephen Brown

Click on the link below to help the Easter bunny save Easter!

/docs/t-l-52624-saving-easter-ebook_ver_4__1_.

Let's rhyme.

 

/docs/The_cup_and_the_mug_story_rhyme.ppt

Writing.

Spot Mr. Whoops Mistakes!

/docs/English_29_3.docx

Maths

 

 

Number patterns and Multiplication. Try counting in groups of 2's and 10's.

/docs/Maths_30_3.docx

/docs/maths_29_3.docx

Topic

 

 

 

T0ys   

 

Try to guess which toys are in the riddles - What am I ?

Then use the template below to design your own "Lost Toy Poster".

 /docs/the-old-toy-room-what-am-i-powerpoint_ver_1.pptx

/docs/t-t-2547397-lost-toy-poster_ver_2.pdf

Science

 

 

 /docs/Science_29_3.docx

Let's get moving

 

 

 Take the Danger Mouse Challenge and get the whole family up and moving.

Danger Mouse challenge Level 1

Let Alex Scott and Gunnersaurus get the whole family up and moving; everyone can become a Super Mover!

Alex and Gunnersaurus Level 1

David Attenborough challenges you to swim through the ocean and dodge all the plastic floating around!

David Attenborough Level 1

Can you dodge a tackle from Dele Alli? Can you score a hat-trick past David de Gea?

Dodge a tackle Level 1

Dennis and Gnasher's Level One challenge is for the whole family!

Dennis and Knasher Level 1

Cosmic Kids Yoga- Get some exercise in by following a video from the link below.Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

Week Beginning: 23.03.20

English Reading.

  • Read for at least 20 minutes each day, either by yourself or out loud to an adult. 

Register with Oxford Owl to access their bank of device friendly e-books.Oxford Owl

 

English Writing.

  •  Read the text below and look at the picture. Then, think through the questions and answer in your home-learning book. Write a little each day.

/docs/Writing_Fiction_Yr2.docx

For parents. Click on link for Writing Fiction answers./docs/Writing_Fiction_Yr_2_For_Parents_Answers_.docx

Maths

  • Have a go at the maths booklet and record your answers in your home-learning books. Try to do one page each day.

 /docs/Year_2_Spring_Maths_Activity_Booklet.pdf

Science

  • Have a go at the science activities below.

/docs/Year_2_Science_Plants_Learning_from_Home_Activity_Booklet.pdf

Have a go at the following activities

  • Tongue Twisters- How fast can you say the following phrases?

Red lorry, yellow lorry

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

Freshly fried flying fish

Black bug's blood

Greek grapes, Greek grapes, Greek grapes

Crisp crusts crackle and crunch

Which of these is the easiest to say three times?

Which one is the trickiest?

Do the people in your house agree?

R.E.

/docs/R_E__Year_2.doc

Topic

  • Our topic for the next two weeks will continue with "Toys from the Past".
  • Find out about toys from the past by reading (The old toy room ebook) 
  • Find out from your parents and carers.
  • Which toys did they have? 
  • What materials were they made from?
  • Did they make any of their own toys ?

/docs/t-or-1122b-the-old-toy-room-ebook-pdf_ver_4.pdf

Cosmic Kids Yoga- Get some exercise in by following a video from the link below.Cosmic Kids Yoga