Weekly Class Letters
This week in Langwith Class we have finished reading 'The Iron Man' and writing our newspaper articles about the coming of the Space-Bat-Angel-Dragon. The children really enjoyed the book and have produced some great pieces of Literacy work associated with it.
During our topic sessions the children have looked at traditional Japanese homes and also modern houses. They have also researched some information about Mount Fuji and studied the work of Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai and then chosen one of his 36 views of Mount Fuji pictures to try to recreate in pastels.
All of the children have also tried very hard with reading and maths assessments.
For homework this week please could you:-
* Hear your child read as often as possible.
*Learn the spellings on their spelling card for Friday 29th February 19.
* Complete the plan of their bedroom drawing sheet.
* Complete the reading comprehension booklet.
Year 2 children have also got some SATS type Maths questions which it would be good for them to have a go at if you have time.
Have a great break! Many thanks, Mrs Armstrong.
General Information on Langwith Class!
We are a class of Year 2 and 3 children. Our teacher is Mrs Armstrong and our teaching assistant is Miss Tindall. You can find us upstairs in the main building. Please see our 'Welcome to Langwith' Letter and our class timetable on this page for more information about the day to day running of our class.
Our P.E. days are usually Tuesday and Friday, however these occasionally change, so please ensure that your child has weather-appropriate PE kits in school all week.
Our class page will be updated with new topic information, important documents, letters, homework and photos, so make sure you check it regularly!
This term our topic is 'Robots' and we will be thinking about such things as what robots are used for and famous robots on TV and in films, as well as looking at the country of Japan where a lot of the new technology comes from.
For more details on our work this term please see the front of your child's homework book or the topic plan below.
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