This morning we have been developing and questioning ideas for an Egyptian story. We are helping each other to develop our initial ideas in preparation for writing our own stories next week. Whoever knew there was such a thing as a serpopard?!
This afternoon we chose partners between year groups to research and take notes on aspects of Ancient Egypt. It was a very productive afternoon and we found out a lot. It was great to share texts between readers of different abilities.
Today we have been using card games to help with the speed of our addition skills. I’m sure a lot of children will enjoy playing some of these games at home too!
Last nights high winds gave Mr Este an idea! Continuing our Science topic of forces we made our own anemometers.
This morning we have been role playing and interviewing as fictional Pharaohs in preparation for our ‘Feast of the Pharaohs’ tomorrow. We look forward to sharing more after the feast!
Today’s task was to explain our findings in Maths. Using fruit we proved why and how we were correct!
Today was the first of ten workshops with Amy from The Big Sing. We all had a great time! Please look out for details of our performance on 21st March.
The children in class 3 have been doing an amazing job of investigating pyramids this week! We have included pattern recognition, addition, subtraction and algebra in my our work.
Class 3 have been working very hard on interpreting data from line graphs. They have been using data about pulse rates to write a story about a character’s day. We linked this to our work on the novel Wonder. The class are working hard on the presentation and quality of their writing and it is… Read more »