Home learning Y2 – Spelling and Phonics

£0.00

Please click to download a selection of materials to engage Y2 children in spelling and phonics activities when working from home in the event of school closure. These are available to download free of charge. We hope that you find these resources useful.

For each year group we have created a selection of spelling activities along with ten writing activities linked to a variety of engaging themes. Some require pupils to complete their own research to use in their own writing and others use images and video clips to inspire.

Please get in touch via our social media if there are any additional resources you would like us to look into producing during this period of uncertainty.

 

Description

We have also created ‘The Lit Co Community’ page which can be accessed here or by clicking the ‘Community’ tab at the top of the page. If you have any questions regarding the resources, help for parents with subject knowledge or have suggestions for further resources, please use these forums.

You may also like…

  • Inspirational Resources , Medium term plans

    Year 2 – The Tin Forest: Medium term planning

    Fifteen session medium term plan for Year 2 using the book ‘The Tin Forest’ by Helen Ward. Written by experienced literacy consultants, the unit contains a range of progressive and engaging learning opportunities to enthuse young writers, teach and consolidate key skills.

    Unit Outcomes:
    Write a narrative based on the Tin Forest

    • Explore character and setting generating new vocabulary
    • Use noun phrases …
  • Inspirational Resources , Medium term plans

    Year 2 – The Tear Thief: Medium term planning

    Fifteen session medium term plan for Year 2 using the book ‘The Tear Thief’ by Carl Ann Duffy. Written by experienced literacy consultants, the unit contains a range of progressive and engaging learning opportunities to enthuse young writers, teach and consolidate key skills.

     

    Unit Outcomes:
    Re-write the story

    • Sequence sentence to form coherent narratives
    • Use detail and description
    • Use when to add …