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Welcome back Year 2
Welcome Back Invaders and Settlers!
Our new topic has inspired us to look at the birth of Rome. We have enjoyed listening to the story of Romulus and Remus, it has helped us to think about the setting of Rome and Italy. Rome was founded alongside the river Tiber. Can you find the River Tiber on Google Earth?
Our writing activities have been linked to the main characters in Romulus and Remus. We have designed a Wanted poster for Romulus and we have worked on extending our sentences to describe the She Wolf .
In Numeracy we have been adding and subtracting numbers in our head. We have enjoyed using the Numicon to help us add and subtract quickly.
What does invade and settle mean to you? This is a question we have been thinking about in our study work time. We created a list of words that link and we decided that we knew more about being a settler. It has been fun to discover use a picture to see how the Romans might have invaded Britain.
In RE we are now looking at the Jewish faith. As a class we have been describing what we do on a Friday night to compare with the Sabbath, the Jewish holy day. Today we have looked at preparing for a Sabbath meal.
You will receive your login for your new MyMaths online homework account today. Get to know how to login and complete your activities. The calculator under questions 1 and 2 is not the best so you could always use a 100 square to help you. Let me know how you get on with your first activity.
Good Luck (or break a leg!) to those children in the Gang Show this weekend! See you on Tuesday.