Everybody walk the Dinosaur....
We had the most fantastic experience! We got to meet Topsy the baby Triceratops and a fierce T-Rex! The dinosaur team told us lots of interesting information and we practised moving around like different types of dinosaurs.
We made dinosaurs out of clay. We created different patterns and textures on the clay and studied pictures of dinosaurs to make our model look as real life as possible.
We enjoyed making bags for Mothers Day last week. We were thinking about our Mum's favourite things and drawing them onto the bag. We hope you liked them.
Will the longest dinosaur fit in our playground?
We are learning lots of information about dinosaurs this term and we were really excited to learn that the longest dinosaur was 58 metres so we went outside to see if it would have fit in our playground. We were even more excited when we discovered that it would have fit, we couldn't believe how long that dinosaur would have been!
How much does it weigh?
In maths we were learning how to measure in grams and kilograms. We chose different items from around the classroom and weighed them. we then read the scales to see how heavy they were.
World Book Day
Mrs Sperti didn't recognise us the next day when we returned in our school uniforms. Our World Book Day Outfits were fantastic. Thank you for everyone's efforts.
***Times Tables Rock Stars***
We enjoyed having our loved ones from home coming into school to see how we learn our times tables. I'm sure we taught them a thing or two!
We have been having lots of fun in year 2 this week because it is Science Week! We put our hands in cold water to see how long we could keep it in for, then we put blubber on our hands to see if it kept our hands any warmer.
We started the week with the exciting space dome, where we got to see what the future may hold with astronauts going into space.
We have had great fun this week, as part of Science Week we have been investigating how to make things float.
Last week we were following instructions to make our own moon rock cakes. Then we got to taste and evaluate them. YUMMY!
We were lucky enough to have the space dome visit us this week to launch our Science Week. We went to space and looked at all of the planets and identified different star patterns. Then we looked around a space station and watched Neil Armstrong land on the moon. It was as if we were there!
Wow, Term 2 completely whizzed by!
We were so busy in Year 2 and we had so much fun in our learning journey so far this year. As part of our topic we were learning about Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole and why they are so important.
In Maths last term Year 2 learnt to tell the time to the nearest 5 minutes we had to practise telling the time to quarter past and quarter to the hour first.
We had great fun creating our art work for the Art gallery and were very proud to show off our work to the grown-ups and peers at school.
In the run up to Christmas we were very lucky to have so much going on. We watched a performance of Beauty and the Beast; we loved singing along to the songs and clapping along.
For Badger class they thought the best bit of the term was meeting Santa, although we had to wake him up as he was so sleepy from his busy job.
Year 2 were very lucky and had a special visitor come and talk to them.
They had a visit from someone who works in Swindon hospital in the X-Ray department so they could hear all about what happens when you have an X-Ray and they had a look at some photos of different body parts that had been under an X-Ray machine.
What an amazing start to Year 2!
We started the year off out on the field with our friends. We designed and constructed a home for an pixie only using resources available in the natural environment.
We ended the week with PE with Mr Hicks we were very excited to find out that we would be learning how to fence.
Last week was a very busy week in Badger class. At the start of the week we had fun learning to work together with team building games. We had to work together to get the hoop all the way around the circle without letting go of each others hands.
In Science last week we were looking closely at frogs. We got sticky with the play dough creating a model frog. We then compared the living frog with the one we made.
As part of our topic lots of us have been creating fantastic models for our homework! Miss Castle has been amazed by the hard work and effort.
Rabbits Class had the fire safety lady come in to talk to us about what we should do in the case of a fire. We learnt to 'stop, drop and roll', we practised ringing 999 for help, we dressed up in firemen clothing and we heard the sound of a fire alarm that we should check are always working in our homes.
Rabbits Class have been preparing to write a recount of our Bristol Zoo trip this week. We produced a story map to remind us the order of the day, then rehearsed it with actions and orally rehearsed some fantastic sentences with time connectives and noun phrases.
We are enjoying practising our archery and fencing skills with Mr Hicks this term. ON GUARD!