Zebras - Year 2
It is lovely to be back in school.
Well done for all your great learning.
Don't forget we have PE on a Thursday - so come to school wearing your PE kit.
You can contact us using our class email
Did you know?
Our new zebras - Max, Parsley, Fennel and Sage - have an interesting fact about themselves to share with you . . .
You know that zebras live in Africa, but did you know that there are actually 3 different types of zebra?
We are Chapman's zebras. We live in family groups called 'herds'. In our herd, Max is the male stallion - he's in charge. Parsley is a young male and Fennel and Sage are females.
I expect you know that zebras are found all over Africa but did you know where Chapman's Zebras come from? We are found in southern Africa. You can spot us in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Botswana. Can you see our homes on the map?
Female zebras are usually pregnant for nearly 13 months - that's over a year! They usually only have one baby at a time. Baby zebras start eating grass when they're only a few days old, but they also enjoy their mum's milk until they're 7-11 months old.
Our topic for this term is 'African Adventure.' We will be learning all about Africa, through Art, Music, Dance, DT and Geography. .
All of your homework will be found on our Microsoft Teams platform.
This will be set on a Friday
You should have received an email from school with details of how to access this.
Scroll down the page to find. . .
- Take a look at an online book
- We're all going to the zoo today
- Something For Fun
Take a look
at an online book
We all enjoy looking at and listening to stories, so why not listen to a story online?
You can even become an illustrator of books.
https://www.storylineonline.net/ There are lots of stories for you to listen to
http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob 10:00am Tuesday and Thursday – Draw with Rob
We're all going to the zoo today. . .
Can you spot our own Zebras at Africa Alive?
Something For Fun
Fun Games on Twinkl Go
Maths is fun!
Useful information to support your child's learning