Tag Archive 'grade 2'

May 18 2011


Vikings!

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Here are the pictures which we made today (sorry about the silly music – I thought it would be funny!). We were learning about Viking clothing so we made ourselves look like Viking raiders.

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May 11 2011


Viking runes and weapons

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Today, we learnt all about Viking runes and their alphabet, the Futhark (called this because of the first sounds in their alphabet). We also talked about Viking weapons. Weapons were very important to the Vikings. Often, Viking warriors would be buried with their sword by their sides, and somtimes weapons were passed down through families […]

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Apr 13 2011


Yaaaaar 3b!

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Today we had a pirate day in class. This work was inspired by our geography unit as it included lots of map work. The children drew a map of the school grounds and then made it look like a treasure map by ripping, scrunching and staining it. They then came up with their own pirate […]

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Apr 05 2011


V for Vocabulary

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Today in literacy we were working on our vocabulary. This is part of a lot of work that we will be doing to improve our writing over the coming weeks. We wrote a poem with a repetitive line and tried to use interesting verbs. Can you write one of your favourite lines? Remember, each line […]

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Mar 31 2011


Class Assembly

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On Thursday 31st March we performed our class assembly to parents, carers and children. The class performed Harry Hill’s 3b burp, a variety show based on the popular TV programme. The assembly was based around the suggestions which the children had made on the blog and included dance, drama and plenty of opportunities for the […]

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Mar 20 2011


The Gruffalo

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As part of our literacy unit, I asked the children to write a playscript of The Gruffalo to perform to some of the other classes in our school. The children did fantastically well, organising themselves into teams and taking responsibility for preparing some amazing performances! Well done! 🙂

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