Class 2

Welcome to the
Class 2 page!
 
 During the school closure you can find resources and news about your class here! 
 
 
 
 
Don't forget to keep reading everyday with your adult at home!

 

Hello

Thank you Jenni's mum for recommending this great website to encourage your children to read at home.

Teach your Monster to Read is an award-winning series of games which helps children to master the key first stages of reading.  It’s been created by the Usborne Foundation, led by Peter Usborne (of Usborne Publishing)

It’s free to play on a PC and laptop, or you can download the Teach Your Monster to Read app from the app store on phones and tablets.

Follow the link above and put your child's first name in to play. No password is needed.

More about the game

 Teach Your Monster to Read is a series of online games which helps children learn to read.

 The games develop children’s speed and accuracy of letter recognition by taking them on a fantastic adventure through magical worlds where they meet island kings and collect letters to win prizes.  Children adopt and customise a monster, who they guide through the learning process.

 You can find out more at teachyourmonstertoread.com

Have a go and let me know what you think!

  

Home learning Week 2
 
Here you will find the weekly overview for the next 6 weeks and your timetable for this week.
Good luck! I know you've got this! 
I can't get the sound buttons to work now! Not sure what is happening, but don't worry, you can still do the PowerPoint without the sound. 
This Week's Maths Fluency
Week 2
Friday 15th January
Today's Phonics
Today's Spelling Activity
Today's English
Today's Maths
Today's Topic
Links to previous days learning.
Home Learning News and Ideas
 
 
 
Don't forget to email me with news of what you have been up to at home.
 
 
 
This is a space where I can share all the lovely things you have been doing at home!
 
Wow! Jenni, I love your new pet snake. I'm so glad you have got your snake now, you have been so excited about. Thank you for sharing your home news.
Thank you for sharing you verbal stories....