Year 2 have begun to learn about sorting and classifying using a branching database
Year 2 have continued programming using Lego WeDo
This term Year 2 have been constructing Lego WeDo models and then programming the computer to control them. This is the first time that Year 2 have used the Lego kits here at OLOL!
Year 2 programming the computer to control the Lego WeDo models
Year 2 have been using bee-bots to learn about turns and following a route. They have navigated bee-bots around a treasure map and a simple maze and have used this knowledge to move an on-screen turtle using resources found in easy.uso.im.
Summer Term - 2nd half
Watch this space for Year 2's learning in the second half of the Summer Term!
Summer Term - 1st half
Year 2 have been learning how to make games using PurpleMash.
Spring Term - 2nd half
We have been learning about simple databases and how we can use computers to sort and classify information.
Spring Term - 1st half
We have started to learn about blogging - take a look at our first blog posts! We are enjoying writing about Florence Nightingale and hope to add to this blogging area over the course of this half-term!
Autumn Term - 2nd half
In the second half of the autumn term we have been using Espresso Coding to make our own apps. We are hoping to be able to show you these shortly!
Autumn Term - 1st half
In the first half of the autumn term we have been using bee-bots to learn about directions. We have then completed some activities on the computer that have helped us to see what happens when we do this on-screen.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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