Milepost 1's Walking Trip!
Back in the classroom the learners had to use their mapmaking skills again in order to make their final map with a key!
With this trip we finished our Geography learning. We will move on to International Mindedness and learn about the Waterfestival next week!
What do you already know about the Waterfestival in Cambodia?
Do you if other countries have a similar Waterfestival?
Can you find any capital letters in this blog?
How do you it's a capital letter?
And can you find a full stop?
Why do we put a full stop at the end of a sentence?
This week in Year 2 we have been using our alien profiles and knowledge of the moon to plan and write our own daily account as an alien. We have been practising to use a range of time connectives to sequence our routines and have tried hard to include adventurous adjectives. We have learned that if we are describing something we do everyday, then we write it in the present tense and in the first person. In maths we have continued to develop our knowledge and skills linked with position and direction. We learned what a coordinate is and have become skilled at locating positions on a map using coordinates. We have also been able to write the coordinates of objects and have been applying our knowledge of positional language to direct others to a given landmark or location.