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any teachers who could recommend workbooks to prep for year 2?

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babypeach Tue 26-Jul-16 15:08:29

Hi there

As title suggests I am looking for recommendations on some good workbooks to prepare my just 6 year old for year two.

There are so many brands I'm not sure what best reflects standard required. In her year 1 report she was exceeding expectations in reading and writing and at expected level for maths and science.

Thanks in advance!

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LemonRedwood Tue 26-Jul-16 15:14:07

Following that report, I see no need to "prep" her.

Keep reading and talking about books. Very important.

And let her have a nice summer holiday.

babypeach Tue 26-Jul-16 15:29:52

Thanks both for replying.

She just very much enjoys workbooks (especially with stickers!) and last summer they were great on rainy days.

There are just so many types I thought it would be worth getting some that are the best reflection of what she'll be doing in September.

We do lots of reading (especially when 9 month old is feeding every 2 hours still!) but she has her eye on frozen themed workbooks so perhaps will just get her those.

That1950sMum Tue 26-Jul-16 15:32:04

Leave her be.

Go to the beach.

irvineoneohone Tue 26-Jul-16 15:37:35

My ds loved workbooks too. (Now he is more into online learning.)
I let him choose the ones he liked at store.
As she is advanced and doesn't have particular weak point, any wookbooks she like should be good enough, I think.
!0 minutes a day won't spoil her summer holiday.

babypeach Tue 26-Jul-16 15:47:06

Yep the workbooks are only for when she wants to do them. I think she just enjoys the challenge and being able to tick off a page and get her stickers smile
Will just let het choose whichever she wants in that case thanks all x

charleybarley Tue 26-Jul-16 16:17:49

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jennielou75 Tue 26-Jul-16 17:10:04

I would look at the twinkl website as there is loads there and you can access it throughout the year so maybe cheaper in the long run.

irvineoneohone Tue 26-Jul-16 19:01:19

If she likes learning, I would recommend these websites as well. They are great, and free.

babypeach Wed 27-Jul-16 10:15:36

Thanks for all the suggestions plenty to keep her occupied there smile

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