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Y2 Ongoing Blog 15.7.20

Please find below a list of activities that might like to do over the summer holidays. 

We will not be setting the usual work blog this week, but here is a collection of ongoing activities you might like to try at home.   

We will not be checking our emails regularly over the summer holidays and we will not be posting photos to the website, but if you do anything that you would like us to see,  please feel free to send it to us.  


Attached are a variety of Science activities you can try at home. 


Free phonics based reading activities: 


There are a number of books to read online: 


Some free Maths games to play:   

Whizz Maths - These are all the free sample games without having to sign up. There are games for Year 1 - Year 6 children: 

Hit the Button – Great for times tables and number bond facts: 

Maths Frame - 

Oxford Owl - 

Maths Is Fun -  

NRich - 

Sums - 

Maths Chase - 

I See Maths - 

Online Safety 

There is one more online safety lesson from ‘Think U Know’:  


There are some Axel Scheffler colouring in sheets on his website:  

Animal Programmes – Recommended by other Year 2 children 

Spy in the Wild series – A recommended series for animal lovers, getting up close to animals in the wild.  

Deadly 60 – Looking at animals all over the world: 

Springwatch – Animals that you would find in the UK: 


For any budding astronauts or space fans Tim Peake has done a series of videos, these were live chats but are still available to watch - Tim talks Space series of videos: 

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Theatre in Place  

A way of enjoying live snippets of theatre performances by navigating a series of different maps including Wonderland (Alice in) and Neverland (Peter Pan) 

Dinosaurs – A collection of dinosaur themed activities suggested by ‘The Natural History Museum’. 

Friends of the Earth  

Sign up for free, a variety of planet friendly activities you might like to try: 

50 Great things to do  

Summer Camp Trust are offering this booklet free to download/access online with a wide range of things you might like to try: