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It has been so lovely to see some of you on the zoom meetings.
English - Writing
For the English work for the week beginning 13th July (including all resources), please use the 'Space' link on the front class page for all classes.
Year 2 Spellings for the week beginning 13th July:
More words using a mix of suffixes again this week.
Remember, a suffix is a group of letters that join to the end of a word to make another word, but watch out for words ending with 'y':
When a word ends in ‘y’ and you want to add a suffix, you usually have to change the ‘y’ to an ‘i’
so happy + ly becomes happi + ly = happily.
friendly, spotless, powerful, neatly, forgetful, movement.
Children can do additional spelling and grammar work on the Planet Teach website.
Their passwords are inside their Reading Records.
Go to planetteach.co.uk
Now you can also access the website using www.planetteach.co.uk - we have gone live!
The children know their way around the site from using it in school.
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READING GUIDE FOR PARENTS AND VOLUNTEER READERS
Please click on the link below to take you to the Parents Curriculum Support page where you will find the Reading Guide for Parents and Volunteer Readers. This will provide you with helpful information and tips when reading with your child / children.
Welcome to Neptune Class!
Long hair needs to be tied back and earrings must be covered with tape, or removed on PE days.
On a Friday, children will be given spellings to learn in an orange Spellings Book which they are expected to practise at home in the front of the book, writing each word in a sentence to show they understand the context in which to use it. These will be tested each Thursday in the back of the book so that the results can be shared at home. There is a document on this page that will provide support with a range of strategies that could be used at home to help with spellings.
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