We have loved making Christingles this morning. We have learned all about how and why Christingles are made. We learned all about the Children’s Society and how they work hard to light up the world of others.
We will light out Christingles at home tonight and think about how Jesus lights up our world.
We had lots of fun using drawings to show how to add two 2 digit numbers.
We had a fantastic hook day to introduce our new topic... CASTLES!
Sir Teach a Lot came in to teach us all about queens, kings, knights and castles.
We had so much fun. In the morning we looked at armour and some children enjoyed trying it on. Afterwards we had a jousting competition. It was amazing! 2F got 67 points. WOW! During the afternoon we made our own castle and then enjoyed destroying it with a catapult. What a wonderful day we had!
In English we have been learning about non fiction books. We looked at the different features of non fiction books such as photographs, contents page, bold writing and labels. We enjoyed going through our own non fiction books and labelling what features we could find.
We enjoyed making a new class friend out of pipe cleaners. It was very fiddly! We used three different pipe cleaners. One for the body, one for the legs and one for the head. We really persevered as it was very tricky! We all named our new friends and put them into poses. For example, a running pose, a sleeping pose, etc. We laughed lots during this lesson 😊.
During art we had so much fun making tangram people. We used different shapes for the different parts of the body. Our challenge was to try and fit it all on one page!
During PE we really enjoyed getting the equipment out to do our class circuit. We practised skipping, running up ladders, throwing and catching, throwing bean bags and balancing. We had lots of fun!
Miss Faulconbridge cleaned our equipment afterwards so that it is safe for use for other bubbles in our school 😊.
LEGO HOOK DAY! Wowie. Monday morning was a brilliant start to our week. We enjoyed having a fun-filled morning building London out of Lego. We made Buckingham Palace, London zoo, Hyde Park, the River Thames, 10 Downing Street, Big Ben, the Tower of London, double decker buses, the underground tube and Tower Bridge. It was so much fun!
This week in geography we have been learning all about physical and human features. We went on a walk around our school outdoor area to search for what physical and human features we could see. We saw physical features such as tall trees, green grass and crunchy leaves. We saw human features such as our school building, a concrete playground and our wooden log cabin.