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St.Pauls Infant School

Thursday 16th July

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Good Morning Year 2, please see the activities below we would like you to do today. Remember you can take photos or use your exercise book.

We hope you have fun!

Transition activity

We have been speaking to your new teachers this week and they have told us that you will be learning about the following topics next year;

  • The Stone Age
  • The Romans
  • The Egyptians
  • Welcome to Kent

We would like you to start thinking about the following questions;

  • Which topic are you the most excited about?
  • Do you already know some information about any of the topics?
  • Which topic would you like to know more about?
  • Which questions do you have about each topic that you would like to know the answer to?

Your new teachers have also set you a particular challenge for September (this is on the second to last page of the transition booklet they sent out to you a couple of weeks ago). They would like you to find out some Stone Age facts ready to impress them in September. You can either write these straight onto the page in your Year 2 Transition booklet or you can be creative and present them in a different way. Here are some ideas of some websites you could use to find out more information;

https://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/the-stone-age

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/stone-age/

https://www.planbee.com/blog/stone-age-facts/

You could also search for ‘Stone Age’ on Purple Mash where you will find lots of fun activities to complete and you could write up your findings on there instead. We are currently working with North Borough to transfer your current Purple Mash accounts over to them so that your new teachers will be able to see all the amazing work you have saved in your online folders!

Your new teachers are really looking forward to seeing how hard you have worked (and so are we!)

Resources

Websites, Year 2 Transition Pack (provided by North Borough), Purple Mash log in details.

Maths

LO: I can use my number knowledge to find a missing number.   

Activity

Using the Missing Number pdf, can you solve the four clues to work out what the missing number is?

Looking for more: Write two of your own clues that could have been used to work out this number?

Resources:

Missing Number pdf

Stay safe, best wishes from Mrs Bunce, Miss Collins, Miss Friend and Mrs Smith xxx