Year 2 – Panthers

Home Learning

Year 2 Home Learning 
If you are looking for ways to support your children with their learning at home, there are a number of things that you can do and websites that you can use.
The most important thing is that children read. This might be them reading to you or on their own, listening to stories being read to them, reading stories online and just talking about and loving books.
Give children opportunities to write for a wide range of purposes; shopping lists, film reviews, diaries and stories etc. Encourage them by letting them write in different pens and pencils and using different papers. Let the children see you as writers and see the use of writing in the real world.
Children in Reception and Key Stage 1 need to be confident in learning all their addition and subtraction for every number up to 10. There are lots of ideas in the school diary to support with this.
Below, are a selection of websites that will support the children with their learning.
www.ttrs.co.uk
www.spellingshed.com
www.thenational.academy
www.discoveryeducation.co.uk
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