We have been learning about the life cycle of a frog in English today. We made a paper life cycle and then used fruit to make an edible version!
In English today we tested our memories and made lists of all of the foods that the hungry caterpillar ate. We painted pictures of our favourite part of the story.
In Maths we played a roll and colour Hungry Caterpillar game. We all managed to beat Miss Riley! We made as many foods as we could remember from the story with pegboards.
Our topic this week in English is ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar.” This morning we have listened to the story and tried to remember as many of the foods he ate in the correct order as we can. We used cups and paints to print our own caterpillars, read our reading books and completed incomplete sentences.
We held a 2 minute silence to remember those who died for us in our WW2 army base while waving our flags and listening to ‘The Last Post’. We were very respectful and celebrated by ending the day with a tea party.
We have enjoyed working as a team throughout the day to make a WW2 army base out of junk modelling.
We made chocolate crispy cakes and decorated them in preparation for our VE Day tea party.
We worked as a team to make a WW2 Soldier scarecrow for VE Day!
In English we have pretended we are soldiers in WW2 and written diary entries about what it was like on VE Day. We have also made army recruitment posters and painted pictures of what we imagine it might have been like on VE Day.
For today’s Lego challenge we had to make our own flags.
Mollie-Lea, Blake and Ethan have made lollipop heroes.
Today in Maths, we have completed pages of our workbooks, played Uno and spent some time on Prodigy.
We made bridges and hospitals for this morning’s Lego challenge.
Cameron, Charlie and Blake threaded rainbows and tried hard doing pages of their workbooks today.
Cameron, Charlie and Blake enjoyed making dragons from the story of St George's Day using clay and pipe cleaners.
In Maths today, Ethan and Cameron tried hard with their work on counting on in 10s, 20s and 30s from different starting points.
In English today, Cameron, Ethan and Blake worked on their phonics, reading and handwriting skills.
Today's Lego challenge was to made a car. Ethan made a normal car, Cameron made a campervan and Blake made a superhero car.