We were so lucky on Monday, some farm animals came to visit us. We did some amazing writing about them! Which animal did you like best and why? Do you remember where milk and eggs come from?
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We tasted lots of different vegetables and then voted for our 2 favourite. We then went back to class and wrote about what we wanted to grow in our new edible playground. What do you want to grow and why?
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Last week we celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as dinosaurs and taking part in lots of fun activities based on our book ‘Tyrannosaurus Drip’. We had to search for a dinosaur egg and then write about where we found it and we went to a special assembly. Well done to Arlo for telling […]
Practise singing this song to help you learn your doubles off by heart.
This week we have focussed our learning on the book ‘Dinosaur Roar’. we have written speech bubbles, pretended to be palaeontologists, weighed dinosaurs, created volcanos and doubled groups of dinosaurs. How many dinosaurs would you have if you doubled 7? What about if you doubled 12? Remember you can use objects or count on the same number again using a number line. What is half of 6? What is half of 10?
We have been learning about all the numbers that you can add together to make 10! Practise singing this song at home to help you remember…
We designed and made superhero capes! Some of them have super powers! Oscar said his has ‘gorgeous power’ Mysha decided hers has ‘flower power’ and Arlo said his has ‘hero power’! One day next week we will go to Grafton Square and test them out.
We have been learning to estimate how many objects there are in a group, then count to check and then work out the difference between our estimation and the actual number of objects. Why don’t you have a go at home? You could play the estimation game with your family.
We have been singing this song to help us remember the names of the common 3d shapes…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cg-Uc556-Q