2PB Writer of last Week …23-03-2016 | 17:05:44 | Comments Off on 2PB Writer of last Week …

It has been extremely hard to choose a Writer of the Week for last week, everyone in 2PB has been trying hard to use their targets and work on their handwriting.

The Writer who stood out the most though was Charlie, he wrote a re- tell of Allan Ahlberg’s “Mr Creep the Crook” which included adverbs, conjunctions and lots of time conjunctions! Congratulations Charlie.

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Multiplication in Year 218-03-2016 | 11:21:25 | Comments Off on Multiplication in Year 2

Miss Carruthers’s group worked really hard to solve times table problems using counters, Numicon, pictures (arrays) and repeated addition.

Here is our online working wall so you can see how we solved the problems.

http://padlet.com/m_carruthers/qjuodt9wj4pq

You can see the challenges by clicking on this link.

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2MC Writer of the Week (WB29th Feb- 11th March)11-03-2016 | 09:25:04 | 3 Comments

  Wow! We have been so busy this week at Year 2 HQ that we are celebrating Star Writers for 2 weeks in this week’s post!

The writer who really stood out last week was Junior. He wrote a fantastic poem about The Great Fire of London!

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The writer who stood out this week, who really tried hard to use his writing targets in History, is Luca. He wrote to King Charles II to make suggestions for how he could re-build London after the fire.

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Well done to both of you!

What do you think of their writing? Can you spot the targets they have used?

World Book Day and Grammar Day 201604-03-2016 | 17:16:44 | 5 Comments

 We had so much fun dressing up as our favourite book characters for World Book Day on Thursday!

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Friday was Grammar day and we went on a hunt for adverbs and verbs around the classroom and sorted them into the right groups! We worked in pairs and discussed why we thought they were verbs or adverbs.

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Challenge- What is an adverb? Can you use one in a sentence?

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