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Hello Year 2,

We hope that you are staying safe and have enjoyed reading the alternative version of Snow White in New York. This week we are going to be looking at another alternative fairy tale based on Jack and the beanstalk.


Click on the link below to access the activities for this week. Underneath the activities are all the resources you will need to help you complete your work.


Read the story of Jack below –


Jacks beanstalk stinks story


Printable version below


English resources

Year 2 Spelling

Punctuation sheet





Printable versions below



Click below to access the Maths activities for this week. There are also all the  resources you will need for each session. We have also included a quick explanation sheet describing our Sandylands 5 part model we use with the children during their maths sessions this is entitled Think, Explain, solve..

15.6.20 Maths year 2


Maths Resources 

Lesson 1

Lesson 3 & 4


Click below to access the Science activities for this week


Year 2 Science plan 150620


Printable version


Science resources 




Printable version

Design and Technology

Jack gets given some beans which turn into the beanstalk. Can you design a plant pot for the beans?

  • Draw the outline of the plant pot
  • Complete your own unique design
  • Think about what material it would be made from
  • If you have a plant pot at home, can you decorate it and plant a bean to create your own beanstalk?

Our bodies are made mainly of water and water plays an important role in keeping us healthy. We must make sure that we drink enough water every day to help us grow big and strong and stop us being dehydrated. The amount of water we need depends on lots of factors such as our age, the weather and exercise.

Can you find out the answers to these questions:

  • Why do our bodies need water?
  • How do our bodies lose water throughout the day?
  • How much water do 6/7 year olds need to drink each day?

Can you keep a water chart of how many glasses you drink each day? A sheet is below if you would like to print it off but you can draw your own at home too. You could use a measuring jug to measure how many millilitres your glass holds and work out how many millilitres or litres of water you drink each day!

Year 2 PSHE water tracker

Have a go at this quiz see how good your water knowledge is!


As usual, please send any work to It’s lovely to see what you are up to! We miss you all and are looking forward to seeing you soon!

Miss Kelly and Miss Wildon

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