Tuesday 24th March – Year 2/3

Well done for all the fantastic work yesterday. I hope you are keeping yourselves safe and enjoying the work set by your teachers. We loved your comments and are looking forward to seeing what you do today.

9am – I hope you join in with the Joe Wicks workout, it was a huge hit yesterday! (although some people are feeling it in their bodies today – adults)


9.30 – 10.30 – English

10.30 – 11.00 – Break

11.00 – 12.00 – Maths 

12.00 – 1.00 – Lunch

1.00 – 1.30 – Reading 

1.30 – 2.30 – Wider Curriculum

2.30 – 3.00 – Adult reads a story


If you have any questions or queries then please comment below or email your class teachers.

We hope you have a lovely day and keep yourselves and your families safe.

Year 2/3 team

8 thoughts on “Tuesday 24th March – Year 2/3

  • 24th March 2020 at 10:56 am

    James tried to write his English conversation using the conjunctions and sentence types.

    What are you doing? Said the cat.
    I have had a party yet it was just for me. Said the girl.
    How sad you are! Said the cat.
    I know, however it is sunny and hot too. Said the girl.
    Get out of there! Said the cat.
    I can’t, said the girl, a bird dropped me in here and I don’t have a ladder to get out.
    I’ll find you one, said the cat, and then we can have a party together.

    • 24th March 2020 at 11:22 am

      What a great conversation James, you have included all the sentence types with the correct punctuation. I wonder if you would be able to include speech marks around just the speech. You are a fantastic reader so maybe you could spot some speech in a book and notice where the speech marks go.
      Mrs Hackney

  • 24th March 2020 at 1:19 pm

    We got a little sidetracked today. We watched a documentary about S American wildlife and each chose an animal to write about. Naomi wrote:

    All About Penguins
    Penguins are flightless birds.
    They do stinky smelly poos a lot of the time. While other birds have wings for flying, Penguins have adapted to have feathers to help them swim in the water.

    • 24th March 2020 at 1:43 pm

      Hello Naomi,
      That’s a great way to be side tracked, with a bit of learning in there too. I love your facts, I think penguins are fascinating animals too.
      I hope you and your family are keeping safe.
      Mrs Hackney

  • 24th March 2020 at 1:41 pm

    Hello Naomi,
    That sounds like a good side track with a bit of learning still in there too! I love your facts about penguins, I also find them fascinating animals.
    I hope you are taking care.
    Mrs Hackney

  • 24th March 2020 at 1:48 pm

    Elliott’s shop was quite expensive. I paid £7 for a brioche and £6 for a small bucket of plastic soldiers.

    • 24th March 2020 at 2:21 pm

      Hi Elliott. Wow, I hope that brioche was very tasty! If your dad paid you with a £20 note, can you work out how much change he would need? What coins would you need to give him?
      Mrs Bacon 🙂

  • 7th May 2020 at 3:56 pm

    Hello, Myra has finished the above blog.

    Nouns – Cat, table, jar, girl, plate, clouds, leaves, rock, teapot, cup.
    Adjectives – green, brown, fluffy, smooth, see through, red, snowy, soft.
    Verbs – eating, looking, flying, touching.
    Adverbs – softly, slowly.

    1) When are you going to come out of the jar?
    2) Aah! What a beautiful place, however it’s in the jar.
    3) The cat is looking at the girl because she is curious.
    4) The cat wants to help the girl, yet she is unable to reach.
    5) Although you are tiny, you have to come out.

    Conversation – Cat: “I wish you can come out and play with me, so we can be friends.” Girl: “l love too, but I need help to come out of the jar.” Cat: “I will look around for help.” Girl: thank you so much.

    Maths:- tuck shop.

    My dad and I have played tuck shop with real money. I can count money now.

    Wider curriculum:-

    I am – funny, happy and helpful
    I have – kind heart, amazing family and a beautiful house
    I can – make pizza, make my bed and ride a bike.

    Hello in three languages –

    English – Hello
    Gujarati – Namashkar
    Spanish – Hola

    Thank you Myra Dixit


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