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If there's one thing I would recommend all children do whilst at home, it would be to read. Just 15 minutes a day throughout the closure would be so beneficial. You can obviously read any books you have at home but you can also register on the Oxford Owl website for free and find a range of ebooks available. 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/

Another great pack of printable worksheets can be found on the twinkl website which have given free access to parents during the school closure. Unfortunately the file is too large to put on here but I was able to upload the 60 second read activity pack. There are plenty to choose from along with guidance for adults. To meet age related expectations, year 2 children are expected to read fluently at a rate of at least 90 words a minute!

For free twinkl access go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer 

Enter the code CVDTWINKLHELPS. There are lots of ebooks and comprehension activities there which are unfortunately too large to save here!

 

You're probably aware by now that we won't be sitting the SATs papers this year, but if you'd like to see what a reading paper would have looked like, here is last year's paper.
Another great website for those children practising their phonics is https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ which is currently offering free access to their resources. You just need the username march20 and the password home.
Monster phonics have some great videos and activities for year 2, check it out at https://monsterphonics.com/home-learning-in-the-covid-19-lockdown/year-2-home-learning/
If your child is due to retake the Year 1 phonics screening, you may find these powerpoints useful.
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