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Friday 12th January

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Happy Friday Year 2!

Watch the video below to begin your day!

Well Year 2, today is no technology day and I want you to have lots of fun just like you did last week.

Spelling Test

Please start your day by asking your mum or dad to test you on your spellings. Who can get full marks? Remember to send me your scores so I can add them to my red clipboard and reward you a badge on Marvellous Me.

playground
lunchbox
sunflower
blueberry
dragonfly
firework
lighthouse
skateboard
snowflake
teaspoon
superstar
wheelchair

Activities for the day…

It is entirely up to you how you want to spend your day but I have put a few suggestions in the box below for you to have a look at.

Now it is time for you to enjoy your weekend and enjoy half term – you deserve it so much. You have completed a full half term (apart from the first day) of home learning and Year 2 I am honestly so proud of you. Next half term, you are going to continue to work your socks off and we will all hopefully be together again. I can’t wait to have the classroom full of your smiling faces, hardworking attitudes and bubbly personalities.

Mrs Farrier

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