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Where possible, they will mirror the work we are completing in school.
If you haven't any assigned activities or have completed everything and want something else to do, we suggest the following:
Practise chanting in 2's to 24, in 5's to 60 and in 10's to 120. Can you go backwards too?
Visit the Year 1 and 2 'Useful Websites' page to find links to various games and activities that you could use to practise basic skills. Click on the picture above.
Practise reading and writing the Set 2 and Set 3 Speed Sounds.
Increase reading speed using the Speedy Green Words slideshows. Click on the picture above to be taken to our phonics page with slideshows for every book colour.
Click on the owl to access resources such as e-books and Speed Sound practice worksheets on the Oxford Owl website.
Enter your class login to read a range of e-books on the Oxford Owl website
Read an e-book from the Oxford Owl library.
Click on the green dog to find creative writing prompts. Choose a picture and question and write an adventure story.
Try to use conjunctions and adjectives to make your sentences longer and more detailed. If you are in Year 2, you may also like to try using adverbs!
On this page you will find some links to video clips that explain what conjunctions, adjectives and adverbs are.
Print and cut up the number cards then select two numbers and create your own addition and subtraction calculations. Use the 'how to' documents on this page to see how we solve these in school.
Click on the picture above to find many creative ways to practise spellings.
You'll find spelling lists for Year 1 and 2 below.
Log in to Letter Join and practise letter formation or joined handwriting.
Click on the image above to see how we form letters of the alphabet in school. Try to use this handwriting in all writing that you do.
'How to' explanations
The following four pictures link to documents that explain how we solve calculations in Key Stage 1.
What is a......?
The following five pictures link to either a video clip or a document that explains what a conjunction, an adjective, a noun, a verb and an adverb is.
Other useful resources
Practise your art skills.
Multi award-winning illustrator and author, Rob Biddulph, gives you step-by-step instructions to draw penguins, sausage dogs, unicorns, peacocks, bears, pandas, robots and many more.