Year 2 Blog Week 12

The Year 2 classroom has been a hive of activity this week. In English, we have been learning about The Legend of the Poinsettia. There is an old Mexican legend about how Poinsettias and Christmas come together. The children thoroughly enjoyed finding out about the ‘Flowers of the Holy Night’ and everyone created some fantastic story maps. Thank you to Eric for bringing in a beautiful Poinsettia for our classroom! Watch this space for our finished retellings of The Legend of the Poinsettia. 

In Maths this week, we have been looking at reasoning problems. The children worked well at solving these problems and explaining the reasons for their answers.

Can you solve this number problem?

I am not below 20.     I am a multiple of 5.    One of my digits is 5.     I am above 21.

Add my digits and the total is 7.

Who am I?    12    43    25    6     35    15

 

We are now in the final stages of preparations for our KS1 Christmas Nativity. Please see below the list of costumes the children require. We have some costume accessories and props in school however if children have a complete costume for their part at home they may use that if they wish.

Children – Christmas/Festive clothes, hats

Stall holders – Christmas/Festive clothes, hats

Angels – White top, leggings, tights

Romans – Black top and trousers

Nazarenes – Black or white top and trousers

Shepherds – Black or white top and trousers

Wise Men – Black or white top and trousers

Inn Keepers – Black or white top and trousers

Mary – White top, leggings, tights

Joseph – Black or white top and trousers

Please bring in costumes on Monday 10th December, in a bag with your child’s name on it, ready for the dress rehearsal on Tuesday 11th December. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask me.

Home Learning: Rehearse lines and songs for the play. No spelling test!

I look forward to seeing all you on Wednesday 12th December at 9:30 a.m. for the big show!

Have a peaceful weekend.

Miss Davey

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