As schools are closed at present there are lots of opportunities to continue learning at home and I hope this list gives you lots of ideas to complement the work you are completing through the class email.
Some suggestions for books to read at home.
If you would like more ideas for great books, linked to your age and interests, try using the Book Sorter. Book Sorter
Virtual Experiments Year 1 and 2* (My USO log in required)
Stem -This list consists of lesson plans, activities and video clips to support the teaching of Animals, including humans in Year Two.
BBC Bitesize- Animals
Great Fire of London-This fantastic website tells the story of the Great Fire of London through different characters
Great Fire of London*- Using Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and interactive 3D you can explore how the Great Fire of London devastated the city
cBBC Newsround - Guide to the Great Fire of London - This site has video, photographs and information about the Great Fire of London
CBeebies - Isabell's escape from the Great Fire of London - Listen to the story of one girl's experience of the Great Fire of London in this radio podcast.
CBeebies - The Great Fire of London Quiz -Once you've listened to Isabell's story, you can try to answer this quiz.
Horrible Histories Quiz - Another quiz but this time from Horrible Histories so expect some horrible facts!
Horrible Histories - The Great Fire of London song - The people of London have to start over again when London is destroyed. Listen to this catchy song featuring the main players in the Great Fire of London story.
Berkshire History - The Great Fire of London - This site has some basic information about the main events of the fire.
E2BN - Great Fire of London Cakes - This is a simple recipe for Stuart cakes - similar to those eaten during the Great Fire of London.
BBC Magic Grandad (Samuel Pepys)-Please note that YouTube videos may contain adverts.