Year 2 Reading Comprehension Workbooks
In Year 2 children learn about fractions and times tables and continue to develop their reading and writing skills. At the end of the year children take their Key Stage 1 SATs.
Superb English and Maths tests for children in Year 2. The...
Superb English and Maths tests for children in Year 2. These tests are fantastic to use at home as a..
As children progress through Year 2, they learn an enormou...
As children progress through Year 2, they learn an enormous amount of information including both pra..
Remember reading comprehension tests at school? Those e...
Remember reading comprehension tests at school? Those evil tests that probed your understanding o..
These Year 2 English & Maths 10-Minute Tests allow par...
These Year 2 English & Maths 10-Minute Tests allow parents to give their children an exercise wi..
6x FULL KS1 SATs English Practice papers (including Rea...
6x FULL KS1 SATs English Practice papers (including Reading, SPaG and full answers for every ques..
Three highly engaging workbooks that help introduce chi...
Three highly engaging workbooks that help introduce children to reading comprehension assessments..
Each workbook provides comprehension practice and is match...
Each workbook provides comprehension practice and is matched to the Scholastic English Skills: Compr..
This CGP Study & Question Book is perfect for helping ...
This CGP Study & Question Book is perfect for helping pupils aged 5-7 master all the Reading ski..
An engaging comprehension activity book to help introduce ...
An engaging comprehension activity book to help introduce your child to reading comprehension.
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Year 2 is the final year of Key Stage 1 and in May children will take Key Stage 1 SATs tests. Preparing for these tests is important and schools will spend time getting children ready for the real exams.
In Maths children will learn to add and subtract with two-digit and one-digit numbers. They will learn multiplication and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables. Children will also begin to learn about fractions and develop their knowledge of weight, capacity, length and time.
In English children will build on their phonics until they are reading words without having to sound each component out. They will continue to read a range of different stories and be introduced to non-fiction books. Spelling tests will become more complicated and they will continue to develop their writing and handwriting skills. In developing their writing they will be taught how to use capital letters, full stops, exclamation marks and question marks.