Measures, Traditional Tales and Science

posted 30 Jan 2015, 05:16 by Tom Kentfield-Wells   [ updated 30 Jan 2015, 05:16 ]
This week in Maths we have been measuring the length of different objects in the classroom. We have been finding out how many cubes our fruit and veg weigh. We have also been looking at time in particular the o’clock and half past.


In English we have been listening to another traditional tale, Jack and the beanstalk. We have concentrated on trying to make a rhyming string and matching rhyming words. We found this a little bit tricky so we will have to try try it again later in the year.


We have been exploring how fruit and vegetables decay over time and we have an experiment in the classroom at the moment where we are observing what is going to happen to a potato and an apple.


We have also planted some seeds are we are eagerly waiting for them to grow.


We have started our Forest Schools sessions. We had great fun making a habitat for a real or imaginary creature. We did find it a bit cold. Please can we bring in some spare clothes to wear over our uniform to keep us a bit warmer.


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