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A Polar Adventure in Year 2!

Friday 27th November | 1 comment
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This week we have used drama, stories and information texts to find out more about Polar lands and the animals that live there.

We began our English lessons this week by going on a Polar adventure. Through drama, the children thought about what to pack, how to travel and what they would see on their journey to the Arctic. When we arrived we found a penguin who was clearly a long way home. The children thought of different solutions, eventually deciding that we would take the lost penguin home back to Antarctica!

Next we used the story Poles Apart to inspire our writing. This story tells a similar tale to our drama of penguins lost in the North Pole. Luckily they meet a friendly polar bear called Mr White, who was willing to take them on a journey back to their home. The children wrote wonderful postcards from Mr White’s point of view which detailed their journey from the Arctic to Antarctica and the countries they visited on the way.

In our geography lesson, we found out about some of the animals that live in polar regions and how they have adapted to live there. The children researched the different animals to find out if they lived in the Arctic or Antarctica. Our classroom displays (below) and library books are helping us to learn more!

Money, Money, Money!

In maths this week we have been busy making different amounts of money using coins and notes. Please spend some time this weekend playing shops and using real money to pay.

Here are some games to play:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/coins-game

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

PSHE

In PSHE we continued our work on friendship. We talked about what can cause friendships to break and how we can mend friendships. We enjoyed reading the story, Sharing a Shell.

Here we are making some friendship bracelets!

One response to “A Polar Adventure in Year 2!”

  1. Sheila Singh says:

    Vanshika had a good week in school. She enjoyed making friendship bracelets for her friends.

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