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Year 2 ... Lorries, moss and more

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It has been another busy week in Year 2, on Monday we enjoyed another streetdance lesson in PE. On Tuesday we had two drivers from GIST with their lorry reminding us about road safety and being safe around lorries. We also enjoyed our walk to the Moss in the sunshine. Unfortunately there were bullocks in the field behind Wybunbury Tower so we had to go the long way round. We still found lots of plants and animals which we will be able to use in our habitats work.
In phonics we have been looking at adding -ing to words and the a_e split digraph. In Literacy we focused on writing a story about a tiger who lived under the stairs. There were some excellent ideas and a group of boys shared their story in Year 6 worship this morning. We have also begun to learn how to join our letters in joined up writing. This does mean that we have to form our letters correctly and we will be doing lots of work on this.
In Numeracy we have been counting in 10s and adding and subtracting 10 from 2-digit numbers. We have done this using Numicon, hundred squares and coins, and using coins would be a good way to practise this at home.
Spellings will be handed out on Monday, and we will be learning to write parts of them with our joined up handwriting. House points will be given in the spelling tests for correctly formed and joined letters.
As part of our class story today we shared 'The Owl and The Pussy Cat' by Edward Lear. We wondered what a runcible spoon was, so we have all been challenged to try and find out this weekend. I shall be dusting off the really big dictionary to try and find out myself!
Enjoy the weekend, see you on Monday for another busy learning week.

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