What a brilliant way to end a week of learning. 2S went to forest school yesterday to take part in a scavenger hunt where all children were set a challenge to collect a number of natural objects.
2S competed the hunt in record breaking time!
2G worked really hard in music this week. They all played a musical instrument. Can you guess the song?
Toby and Tara have now been missing for 3 weeks. Year 2 decided to to write their own adventure stories to convince the bears to come back to Bearwood. However, first they needed to plan the story.
Press play to listen to Year 2’s story plan which is in chronological order! Can you hear any time adverbials?
Miss Smart is really impressed with the progress 2S are making in guided reading. Especially when they read poetry with expression.
Take a look for yourself.
Miss Smart was really impressed with her English group last week! Not only can they use adjectives and nouns to write a descriptive piece of writing about Calthorpe Haven. They can now put them together to create noun phrases.
Watch the video and see for yourself.
Today 2S went to Forest School and were set two challenges based on their topic Out and About. First, they were asked to create a picture frame in pairs using sticks that were no longer than their arm. Secondly, they had to incorporate a picture of a tree using resources found in Forest School.
I think they completed their challenge successfully. Do you?
Toby and Tara the Year 2 reading bears are missing.
On Monday 7th September 2015 2S and 2G came into their new classes to some very sad news. Toby and Tara the reading bears had disappeared. The Bears were fed up being locked in a cupboard for 7 weeks over the summer holidays with no children to read to them.
They sent an email to Miss Smart and said they were going to have an adventure to get ideas for their own stories. Since then they have been spotted in Calthorpe Haven. 2S and 2G decided to visit Calthope Haven yesterday and make bear houses to ensure Toby and Tara would have somewhere safe to sleep the night.
We hope they return to Bearwood Primary soon.