Year 2

Hello and welcome to our students, parents and families for the Grade 2 classes of 2019! We have an exciting year ahead and look forward to seeing our students grow and learn. This term, students will be learning how to write recounts about weekends, games and experiences. In Reading, they will be learning how to make connections in a story to their own lives, the world and other texts. When reading with your child, ask them if the book reminds them of another book, or if an event reminds them of a time in their lives. In Maths, we will be focusing on counting by 2s, 5s and 10s and quick recall of number facts. Our Inquiry topic is Sustainability and the students will be starting their learning boxes soon.

A reminder that students must come to school with a hat and water bottle.

There is an expectation that students read every night, and have their home reader signed by an adult.

Homework is due every Friday.

Here’s to a good year!

GRADE 2 TEAM

Inquiry

In Year 2 our topic is ‘Fantastic Families’ and our big question is “How does my family connect with who I am?”. Students have been researching and identifying the importance of family – what makes a family unit and how they can different.

Students in Year 2 have begun using their learning boxes where they are able to research about a country of their choice and devise questions about their country of choice. Many students have chosen to research their friend’s country and find out more about their friends.

Writing

This Term the Year 2 students have been creating information reports about their country of origin or family’s heritage. They have been using their research skills to find information about native animals, landmarks, special foods and facts about their chosen country. Their final project will showcase their learning from throughout the unit onto a creative visual display or poster.

Reading

In reading the Year 2 students are continuing to build on their strategies in reading as well as beginning to compare the difference between similar stories, themes, and characters in a story and an author’s purpose. Our author who we are studying is Aaron Blabey who is responsible for classic tales in the ‘Pig the Pug’ series.

Maths

This Term the Year 2 students are working hard, building their math skills covering a variety of areas such as fractions, place value, time, patterns and mapping

   

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