Welcome to our P2 class page!
We have been learning so much this term and having lots of fun!
Our topics this term have been Ahoy there! and Down at the Farm!
During our Ahoy there! topic we found out so many interesting things about pirates. We really loved hearing stories about the famous pirates and the many adventures they had. We enjoyed playing in our pirate ship in the classroom and dressing up as pirates!
We sang some super pirate songs during our adventure. We really liked the Silly Sailor song Mrs Harper taught us during our music!
Our Down at the Farm topic has been so much fun. We had a Farm shop and café in our role play area and enjoyed dressing up as farmers in our super mucky wellie boots! We finished our topic with an exciting performance for our families at our class assembly. We hope everyone enjoyed our Farmer Duck story and our funny Farmer Pete counting song!
In literacy this term we have been building words using our letter sounds and reading lots of new words. Every Thursday our P7 reading buddies come to visit our classroom. We love reading with our buddies and showing our friends how super we can read. Our P7 buddies also read to us. We really look forward to our Thursday reading with our new friends.
We have been working very hard to read our key words and our teachers are so pleased how super our reading is!
This term we have been writing lists and instructions. We enjoyed writing a list for Farmer Duck to help him remember all the jobs he had to do.
In numeracy we have been counting forwards and back and singing lots of number rhymes. We are learning to order numbers and count in many different patterns. We have been learning about 3D shapes and having fun finding out about their properties. We have been adding and subtracting using the number line. We have been learning the number bonds to 10 and singing the Farmer Pete song to help us remember.
Learning is so much fun in P2!
Our new topic after Easter is How does your Garden grow! We will be finding out lots of interesting things and growing some plants of our own! We would love to hear from any gardeners that could give us some tips and ideas!
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