Category: Year 2

Easter Crafts by Year 2.1

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Year 2.1 – Maths teaching and learning

Counting in 10s, Make 8 and 9 using Bee Bots, Multisensory learning, Odd and Even and Ordinal Numbers

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Teaching and Learning is Fun in Year 2.1

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Teaching and Learning is fun – Year 2.1

During the month of January, the Year 2.1 used the Cuisenaire Rods to better understand Maths. It is one of the Action Plans of Mgarr Primary School. Bee Bots are a fun way to learn and we used them to do our addition. Literacy is more fun if it is based on the learners’ interests. […]

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Year 2.1 – Learning is Fun

Year 2.1 – Numeracy, Outings, Science and Literacy. Teaching and Learning is fun at Mgarr Primary School

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Outing at Rabat

The children enjoyed an educational outing to Ghajn in Rabat. They saw the different instruments used to forecast weather. Then they discussed the water cycle. Children were shown a movie about it and then they had three different activities related to it; an interactive game, a hands on activity and a drawing activity. Finally they […]

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Coding + Music

Year 2 students with the help of Ms Chantelle Camilleri, our Music Teacher investigated how code can be used to create and enhance music.This was done by generating beat patterns and musical sequences with visualisations.

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Year 2.1 – Different games and activities during Maths, Science, Maltese and English

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l-Ittra ‘f’

Riżorsa għat-tfal. Xogħol ta’ Ms Stephanie Azzopardi.

Capacity

The Year 2.2 students of Ms Stephanie Azzopardi enjoyed a maths lesson outdoors about capacity. They estimated how many cups of water would be needed to fill in different sized containers and then actually counted the number of cups needed.