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Year 2 had a lovely day at Yorkshire Wildlife Park today, keep checking for some exciting pictures of the day. What a beautiful day it was! The weather was definitely on our side. What was your favourite animal that you visited today?
On Wednesday 15th March Year 2 will be going on our final trip of the year to Yorkshire Wildlife park! We will get the chance to see lots of wild animals up close and find out about their habitats as we explore the zoo! The cost of the trip is £10, please bring that and your slip to your teacher as soon as possible.
Which animal are you most excited about seeing?
Year 2 are starting a new topic after half term. Have a think about what we might be learning when we “Walk on the wild side!”
Wow, Year 2, you are in for a treat! Miss Bowler has recorded herself reading The Gruffalo…one of our favourite books!
Have a listen here http://readalong.bowlingparkprimary.net/2017/02/14/ks1-the-gruffalo/
This week we will be writing our own NCR about France, we challenged you to find out some facts about France for your homework.
What was the most interesting fact you found?
Can you name the landmarks in France?
Where is France?
What is escargot?
Only a few days till year 2 go to Manchester airport!
If you could get on a plane and visit any country in the world, where would you go and why?
What would you see there?
What would the climate be like?
What animals would you see?
Get comfy Year 2, because Miss Bowler has recorded her first ever read-along story for you to enjoy! The book is called ‘The Princess and the Wizard’ .
You could listen at home with you family, or even at school (make sure you ask your teacher first).
Just click on this link to watch the video http://readalong.bowlingparkprimary.net/
This week we have been looking at the map of the world, we have been learning the names of the continents, their climates and which animals live where.
Can you name each of the continents and describe the climates?
Which continent do penguins live in? Could they live in Africa’s climate?