Y2 Home Learning 2019 / 2020

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Dear all,


Welcome back to Home Learning.


Thank you to everyone who completed the feedback form about Home Learning. We have taken your feedback into consideration and you will notice that the format is now somewhat different.


Many people requested the learning to be ‘chunked’. You will see that we have prioritised Reading, SPaG, Writing and Maths and that there is a daily slide for these activities. These slides are blue.


Towards the end of the Home Learning pack you will find some suggestions for wider-learning activities. These could be completed throughout the week, if you are able to. These slides are peach.


We also now have access to Big Cat books online. In the slides, you will find information about how to access these.


Please email if you have any problems and we will try to help you if we can.


Many thanks,


Year 2 Team

Home Learning Summer Term Week 1

Message from the Teachers

We hope everyone is safe and well. Over the Easter holidays we are not going to be 'setting' home learning tasks. We hope you can use this time to play, cook, create, relax and have fun! If you are celebrating Easter or Passover, we hope you have a lovely time.


We have uploaded some booklets with Easter, Passover or general activities, if you were looking for some ideas of something to do. There is no expectation for anyone to do any of these. These are suggestions put together by teachers for anyone who wants a few ideas all in one place.


We have tried to choose activities that are straight forward, low prep and would appeal to children of different ages (for those who have siblings). Feel free to explore any of the links we put on a few weeks ago if you haven't had time to do so yet.


We hope you have a wonderful Easter break.

Best wishes,

Year 2 Team

We hope everyone is safe and well.


To clarify, the main learning will be directed through the Home Learning PDFs uploaded weekly. We are aiming to upload the next week's learning before the weekend so there is an enough time to have a look through and plan the week ahead.


In an ideal situation, we would advise to complete one activity for each subject a day. But, we know that everyone's situations are different. Please prioritise the PDF and spread the learning over the week to make it as manageable as possible.


We are trying to include some links to some printable resources but we are aware that not everyone will have access to a printer. It is an option for those who would like it, it is not a necessity.


There are additional pages for links to some non-curriculum based activities that we hope you will be able to access at some point. These are just additional fun ideas, if and when you have time and are completely optional. They are good resources for families who have children of different ages as it's something they can do together. For example, stories with authors, science experiments, draw-a-longs with illustrators, projects and so on.


Best wishes,

Year 2 Team

Week 2: Home Learning Projects

Fine Motor Activities

30 Day Lego Challenge

Staying Active At Home

Week 1: Home Learning Projects

Daily Activities with Celebrities 


The Body Coach (Joe Wicks) at 9.00am


Cooking with Jamie Oliver at 12.00pm

Jamie Oliver has setup some kid friendly recipes you can cook together.


Music with Myleene Klass at 1.00pm


Dance with Darcy Bussel at 1.30pm


Twinkl Home Learning Hub

Each day you'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with.


Andy's Wild Workouts

Andy from Andy's Dinosaur Adventures, on CBeebies, has set up workout videos which are suitable for reception and infant children.


Draw with Rob

Rob Biddulph has posted some draw-along videos that parents could watch with their kids and, hopefully, make some nice pictures.

Happy drawing!


The Kids Should See Things



Keeping your children up to date with the world around them. This will create opportunities for you to talk to your children about the news.


Storytime is important. Children learn so many life and social skills by participating in storytime. Storytime also broadens their vocabulary and their horizons.

Storyline Online

Storyline Online, brought to you by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, is a YouTube channel where celebrities like Chris Pine, Oprah Winfrey, Kristen Bell and many more read stories that your children will love. Each video also has moving illustrations from the book to keep your children even more entertained. 


Click on the link and enjoy!  


Fun with Authors


CLPE Storytime
The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education also have a wonderful, vast bank of videos of authors reading their own stories. They are a children's literacy charity who work with primary schools and have an enormous library of recommended books on their website.


Oxford Owl Stories

Oxford Owl has free eBooks to support children's learning at home. 

Oxford Owl


Audio Books

Free audio books.


Oliver Jeffers

Oliver Jeffers is recording daily videos. He is reading out his stories and talking about his decisions as an author and an artist. Look every day to see what book he's doing.


David Walliams 

David Walliams is doing free audio stories.

Useful Websites


BBC Supermovers: Interactive videos to support Maths, Literacy, PSHE and PE learning.


Cosmic Yoga: Yoga for Kids 3+.


Experimonkey: Science experiments for kids.


Science Sparks: Have got 100s of hands-on kid-friendly science experiments so you’re sure to find something to try wherever your interests lie.


The Great Indoors: Indoor activity ideas to keep your kids learning new skills.


The Maths Factor: Maths activities designed by Carol Vorderman. 

This is currently free.


Phonics Play: Phonics games for kids.


Phonics Bloom: Phonics games for kids.


Letters and Sounds: Phonics games for kids.


ICT Games: Games to support Literacy and Maths.


Bee Bot App: Game for computing.


Twinkl: Twinkl is offering free resources to parents

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