Year 2 – Week Beginning – 4th May

Hello everyone, we hope you enjoyed last week’s learning activities. Please also remember to spend time being creative, enjoy the outside and most importantly, have fun!

Here are the activities which we have chosen for you this week– please click on the link to access the learning:

Maths – try to complete one each day, if not possible, aim for at least 3 each week

Maths 1 (Recognising a third) – Recognising a third

Maths 2 (Finding a third) – Finding a Third

Maths 3 (Unit fractions) – Unit Fractions

Maths 4 (Non-unit fractions) – Non-Unit Fractions

Maths 5 (Equivalence of ½ and ¼)  – Equivalence of half and quarter


As an extra, if you want to, here is a short daily arithmetic activity to keep you practising calculations. Fluent in Five – Year 2 – Week 1


Literacy – each link focuses on a particular area of Literacy and there are 2-4 activities to be completed, feel free to pick and choose which ones you would like to complete (try to aim for at least 3 each week)

Literacy 1 –

Literacy 2 –

Literacy 3 –

Literacy 4 –

Literacy 5 –


Wider Curriculum – these will differ every week and could be Science, History, Geography, Art, Music, D&T or PSHE. You can choose which activities you would like to complete by clicking on the following links:

Science (Materials):

Geography (Europe – France):

Music (Body percussion):


Additional activities: Remember you can always access Mathsbot, TT Rocks or pick up a book and read for a little while. Mrs Felstead has also been uploading daily Phonics lessons on another blog post – it would be great if you could have a go!

Mrs Hackney and I (Miss Shah) will take it in turns to upload something additional onto the blog each week, so keep a look out!

Have fun and don’t forget to leave a comment or send us an email – we do love hearing from you!

Have a lovely week and stay safe,

Miss Shah and Mrs Hackney 🙂

3 thoughts on “Year 2 – Week Beginning – 4th May

  • 4th May 2020 at 1:42 pm

    Dear Mrs Hackney thank you.

    • 5th May 2020 at 1:49 pm

      I hope you are well Ruby, it’s lovely to hear from you.
      Mrs Hackney


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