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Year 2 Summer Term 1

Welcome to the wonderful world of Year 2!

Year 2 is taught by Mrs. Brooks and Miss. Hall.

Redditch, Moons Moat First School - Year 2

Read on to find out about our new learning for the Summer 1 Term.

 

English.

Our text for this half term is The Tin Forest by Helen Ward.

The Tin Forest eBook: Ward, Helen, Anderson, Wayne: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store

We will be writing, editing and improving a range of different text types including :

Descriptions of characters and settings using expanded noun phrases, conjunctions, adverbs and different sentence types.

Letter writing imagining we are the character in the story.

Writing our own version of the story, story mapping, role playing and hot-seating ideas.

We will be using a range of punctuation including capital letters, full-stops, exclamation marks , question marks, commas in a list and apostrophes ( for contractions and singular possession).

 

Maths.

Maths mastery uncovered

We will be recapping and reinforcing written methods using the four rules of number, remembering to look for number bonds and pattern sin number to support our learning.

We will continue to learn our multiples ( 2,3,5 and 10) and corresponding division facts.

We will learn to estimate and use a ruler to measure in centimetres and a metre stick to measure larger objects.

We will about position and direction and give instructions .

We will learn to tell the time using 5 minute intervals, solve problems and find differences between times.

We will continue to make totals using different coins and investigate giving change.

Science.

Scientists and inventors - what do we owe them?

This term our learning is all about Scientists and Inventors.

We will learn about famous scientists and inventors and how their discoveries have changed our world.

We will learn about doctors and how they use science.

We will learn to plan and carry out a fair test and then report back on our findings.

These investigations include;

testing and measuring our reflexes

learning about germs and testing out the sneeze zone!

History.

Accountants for Transport, Travel, and Tourism - CERTAX BIRMINGHAM

We will be learning about travel and transport from the past.

We will learn about the earliest types of transport, including sedan chairs, horse and carriages, the first cars and planes.

We will learn about the Wright Brothers , the history of flight and George Stephenson.

We will make timelines and look at how transport has evolved over time as new inventions and discoveries have been made.

Design Technology.

Build a Race Car with Scraps! | Toy trucks, Scrap, Wooden toy car

Our Design Technology is linked with our History this half term.

We will be learning about different types of transport and how they are used e.g. emergency vehicles, farm vehicles, cars, buses, coaches.

We will identify the features that are the same, those that are different and what purpose they serve e.g. sirens so we can hear from a distance.

We will look at and investigate axles and wheels and how vehicles are built. We will design, make and evaluate our own vehicles using Lego and the TechCard.

Computing.

2Code User Guide

We will learn how to code using Purple Mash.

We will learn what algorithms are , how they are implemented as programs on digital devices  and that programs execute by following precise instructions.

We will learn how to create a set of detailed instructions and  debug simple programs.

RE.

Summer 1

Moses and the 10 Commandments - Vlog #1 - BBC Teach

We will be learning about leaders and followers.

We will recognise good qualities that a leader would need .

We will look at how Moses was a good leader helping the Israelites to escape from Egypt.

We will learn about The Ten Commandments that were given to Moses by God and create their own commandments for others to live good lives.

We will describe the roles of a vicar and rabbi in places of worship.

We will learn about how Jesus is a role model for Christians and identify role models in their own lives.

Summer 2.

Respect for everyone.

We will discuss what makes them special and unique.

We will identify the similarities and differences between the people around me and from different religions.

We will retell stories that teach respect and know that God teaches Christians that it is what is on the inside that counts.

PE.

Striking & Fielding - Bingham Leisure Centre -WK6 2019 - Tue 27thAug

This term we will be learning striking and fielding skills including:

performing under arm throws at a target

fielding skills

how to field

learning how to strike a ball into a space

taking part in small group games.

 

PSHE. 

The Big Draw - The world's largest drawing festival | It's Our World

We will:

describe how family life in different countries can be
the same as and different from their own;
• think about what children might do in homes around
the world;
• describe what it is like to go to school in different
countries and identify similarities to and differences
from theirs;
• think about how the environment affects people’s
daily life;
• discuss the environmental problems of the overuse and
misuse of natural resources;
• explain why it is important to care for the earth and
discuss ways this can be done.

describe how family life in different countries can be
the same as and different from their own;
• think about what children might do in homes around
the world;
• describe what it is like to go to school in different
countries and identify similarities to and differences
from theirs;
• think about how the environment affects people’s
daily life;
• discuss the environmental problems of the overuse and
misuse of natural resources;
• explain why it is important to care for the earth and
discuss ways this can be done.

This half term we will be learning about living in different places around the world.

We will look at similarities and differences according to where people live.

We will :

describe how family life in different countries can be
the same as and different from their own;
• think about what children might do in homes around
the world;
• describe what it is like to go to school in different
countries and identify similarities to and differences
from theirs;
• think about how the environment affects people’s
daily life;
• discuss the environmental problems of the overuse and
misuse of natural resources;
• explain why it is important to care for the earth and
discuss ways this can be done.