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Getting on with a BANG! Welcome back 2F.

Wednesday 29th October | 3 comments
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Welcome back!

We start this Half Term by learning all about Guy Fawkes and why Bonfire Night is remembered.

Click on the links below to find out some information about Guy Fawkes.

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Later in the week we will use the theme of ‘Fireworks’ to help us create some special poems. Click on the image below to link to a site about acrostic poems.

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We will also be learning about keeping safe on Bonfire Night and following the Firework safety code.

In Maths we are going to start to learn the multiplication and division facts for out times tables, starting with the 2x,5x and 10x tables. Click below for some fun practise. Games to help you practise will also be assigned to you on Mathletics.

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Each week the phonemes we will be working on are listed, with links to interactive games, on the Phonics, Handwriting and Spelling page.  This week we are continuing work on split digraphs, looking at o-e and u-e. We will then work on the alternative pronunciation of ‘i’ in words like mild, and ‘o’ in words like ‘old.’

Enjoy the rest of your Half Term holidays, and I look forward to seeing you all again soon, Mrs Fisher 🙂

3 responses to “Getting on with a BANG! Welcome back 2F.”

  1. Preeya says:

    Preeya said she liked this poem because she worked hard on it. 🙂

  2. Chloe A says:

    Miles was excited to explain to me all about acrostic poems and then wrote one about fireworks using the sound effect ‘BOOM!’:

    Bright in the sky
    Orange and green
    Opening like a Himalayan Balsam
    Magnificent fireworks are the best.

    (Himalayan Balsam is a plant with exploding seed pods that are a lot of fun)

    Also – on Blue Peter tonight (Thur 30th) they had a man showing the insides of fireworks – very interesting and worth a watch.

    • janefisher says:

      Thank you for posting Miles brilliant acrostic poem. The plant you mentioned sounds really intriguing; I shall google it and have a closer look. Thank you also for the Blue Peter link. Mrs Fisher 🙂

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