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This week we have written our own poem based on the song “You’ll Never Have a Friend Like Me”. Each of the lines had to start with an  –ing verb. The poem described things we like doing with our friends. We then performed our own poem to the class.

We loved our workshop with Dave from “Word Guerilla”. We read the story “Oim Frog” and tried to guess the item that animal was sitting on but it had to rhyme. We then played the “rhyme mime game”. 

 

We then wrote our own poem called “What’s my name?” and performed it! We had such a great time! ✏️

Today the children were given five footprints to identify! They used a research booklet to assist them, however there was one that was unidentifiable!

Today we used an online thesaurus to improve the adjectives we use in our writing! ✍️ 

In our spellings this week, we have been learning how to use an apostrophe for possession. We added apostrophes to words practically, showing that something belongs to someone.

Year 2 children have been learning about homophones. The words sound the same but are spelt differently and have a different meaning. We sorted and matched the pictures to words. 

What a morning! The year 2s have walked into find the classroom has been visited by unknown visitors! There has been stuff thrown on the floor and we have found 3 bowls of porridge! The children know I don’t like mess so we are currently predicting who has made the mess! 🥣

Today we learnt a story telling version of the traditional tale “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”. We used the story telling actions to retell the story.

Today we had a surprise visitor in Birch class! Goldilocks was seen on the school CCTV camera in our woodland area! She had smelt the porridge we had eaten yesterday and decided to follow the smell! She then could not find her way back home. Goldilocks explained to us that she was very upset because she had not listened to her Mum and Dad and left the house and that’s how she ended up walking through the forest. She then said she loves porridge and could smell it at the bears cottage so she couldn't help herself from going in. She also admitted it was her that came into our school and had porridge in our classroom! We explained that as we could see how sorry she was we decided to forgive her. We then decided to use the questions we wrote in our English lesson and ask her some questions.

After Goldilocks had left we decided to pretend to be her and acted in role of her character. We took turns to be Goldilocks and to ask the questions. This was great fun!

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