We are Class 7 and we love learning. Take a look at all the things we have been doing.
We have been using ordinal numbers in our races this week to give out medals.
We have been looking closely at changes. We saw how chocolate changed by melting and freezing on our hot chocolate dip. It tasted good too!
Over the next few weeks we are going to be reading lots of Elmer stories about a special patchwork elephant. We changed our bread into Elmer toast by adding food colouring with a pipette. It tasted delicious!
We have used our hopscotch grids outside to work on 1 more and 1 less. It was great fun!
Stay and Play...Maths focus.
We are getting ready for a visit from Santa by making a Rudolf snack sandwich. What did we use to make him?
We have been doing lots of work this week about The 3 Little Pigs and today we used our funky fingers to make a sausage roll using pork.
We had great fun day for our non uniform Pudsey Bear day. Don't we look smart in our Pudsey crowns?
We made a sandwich for Little Red Riding Hood's basket. It didn't go to Granny's house though because we gobbled them all up!! What filling did you choose?
We made a repeating pattern with body actions for our friends to copy.
We used our fruit to make a repeating pattern kebab. We chose our two favourite kinds of fruit.
We are good at following instructional language. Look at us in front, behind, on top, below, between and at the side of our playground equipment.
This week we are thinking about 2D shapes all around us. We went for a shape hunt around school. How many different shapes can you see in the photos?
We made a shape monster sandwich using 2D shapes...they were yummy!
We have been working on our ball skills outside...throwing, catching, kicking, dribbling and rolling. Which one did you enjoy the most and why?
We had great fun decorating a pumpkin for our Halloween Disco. Find pictures of us having fun on the School Facebook page.
We made an edible Owl Babies collage....delicious!!
We can build a tower to match a number we have been given on the track and then say the number that is one more.