Farsley Farfield Year 2

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Extreme Learning 2015 – 16

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Every day is a new day for learning, so we encourage every child to practise their reading, writing or maths each day. We suggest maybe just 10 – 15minutes practise at home each day.

To show the learning you have been doing, you can post a comment about it from home.

  • Write out your bonds or tables.
  • Write out your spellings, or put each spelling into a sentence.
  • Write a paragraph about your learning.
  • Write a book review.

Try to remember to include these details in your book review –

  • title, author and illustrator
  • fiction or non fiction
  • main characters and setting
  • what the book is about
  • your favourite part
  • you opinion of the book, what you think of it, would you recommend others to read it and why?
  • possibly a comparison with another book by the author or a book with a similar theme.

Remember you can also enjoy reading books online.

bugclubClick to link to Bug Club. Our school ID is qpxp. Your child will have a username and password.

Screen Shot 2014-09-07 at 10.24.56 Click the owl to chose an ebook from Oxford Owl. You don’t need a username or password.

Screen Shot 2014-09-07 at 10.31.08 Click the image to read the latest news.

Most importantly, enjoy reading icon smile Extreme Reading 2013 14

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