We have been learning head, shoulders, knees and toes in Spanish. Take a look at the video to see how good we have got!
In class, we have started our brand new topic ‘USA’. We have created group topic books and will be showing why our state is the best!
In maths we have been learning about shape. Yesterday, some children went outside to draw 2D shapes and identified angles in these shapes.
The girls cooked up a storm today in baking club. During university time, they made these beautiful buns. Many thanks to Mrs Rayner for her patience and support.
Zoo Lab came to visit and we got to meet lots of interesting creatures. Sydney the Millipede had travelled all the way from the Congo and Harry the hissing cockroach was from Madagascar. Everyone was very brave and even if they weren’t keen on the creature they had a go at either holding or stroking. We found out lots of interesting facts – baby scorpions are called scorplings, cockroaches will not eat concrete, glass, plastic, and metal but will eat ANYTHING else!!! Cockroaches can hold their breath under water for 20 minutes and can survive being frozen for a year. Thank you very much to the lady from Zoo Lab as she was very engaging and down to earth.
In class we have started looking at capacity. Today we have had a capacity investigation looking at how much water was in each container using ml and l.