Owls (Y1/2)

Mrs Short

Welcome to Owls

Hi and welcome to the Owls class.  Our class teacher is called Mrs Short.  We have great fun during our lessons and learn lots of new exciting things.

Resources:

 

999 whats your emergency?

Owls were very lucky to have visitors talk to them about the 999 emergency service.  The visitors explained when we should call them and what information the children need to give the call handler.  As a treat they were allowed to wear their jackets and their headsets...

Fire!Fire!Fire!

This week in our topic lessons of The Great Fire of London the children create a sound scape of the sounds that could be heard during the fire.  The worked fantastic in groups creating some great sounds....

Perfect Partitioning

Year 2 have been partitioning numbers in different ways. We know that 30 + 7 = 20 + 17 = 10 + 7....

Yum yum Jam Sandwiches!

First, next, then, finally… Year 2 have been sequencing instructions to make a jam sandwich for Mr Bear. (it’s a good thing that Mr Bear likes extra butter!)...

Freshly baked bread.

Our first lesson in our new topic of The Great Fire of London saw the Owls making bread.  Their favourite part was eating it!...

Counting objects

In our maths lesson today Owls used a variety of resources to help with their counting.  They worked with their perfect partners to ensure they counted slowly and correctly....

Labelling our body parts.

Today Owls had great fun labelling different parts of the body.  Mrs Short drew around some children for a body template.  Then they worked in groups to read each body part and try to correct locate it on the body template.  ...

Order Order!

Year 2 have been busy ordering numbers today. They can solve word problems with their place value knowledge....

Great start for the new Owls

A huge well done to Owls this week for all their hard work.  They have all settled in well.  In maths they have been matching numerals to their word names.  They all worked very hard with the partners.:)...

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