We’re going to practise what we did yesterday, we are going to continue to look at different shapes our body can do, and how long we can hold them for whilst maintaining our balance and control. Below will be a picture of different shapes, some will be harder than others, how long can you hold each one for without wobbling?!
From my phone calls with you all, it sounds like many of you have spent time with some animals over the past 3 months. I heard that some of you even got to visit a zoo recently!
Therefore for this week’s post, I wanted to share an animal-themed video. Back in October half term, I visited the Peak District and had a surprising encounter with some sheep. I tried really hard to be their friend but they didn’t seem to like me very much…
What is the most exciting animal that you’ve seen in real life? Why was it so exciting? Let me know in the comments!
Good morning Y2! To follow on with our animal theme from last week, we’re going to first warm up with the Froggy Coach this week.
Following on from our Yoga and animal shapes last week, we are going to continue to look at different shapes our body can do, and how long we can hold them for whilst maintaining our balance and control. Below will be a picture of different shapes, some will be harder than others, how long can you hold each one for without wobbling?!
I’ve been so impressed by your language knowledge whenever you’ve had to guess a language so for our good morning post today, we will be learning 3 new languages – Spanish, Japanese and French!
Do you know how to count to 10 in any other languages? Let us know in the comments!
Before we close, you may remember that we learned about the Great Fire of London earlier this year and we were able to see some artefacts when Kate visited. The Museum of London has many more exciting artefacts from 1666 that you can take a look at and they’ve done a virtual tour showing them all. Click on the picture to join the tour!
Have a great week Y2!
P.S. Does anyone know what language the title of this post is in?