Last Thursday, Willow Class put on our palaeontology hats and excavated some dinosaur teeth from blocks of clay. We identified which dinosaur each tooth came from and then looked for clues as to whether the dinosaur had once been a carnivore or a herbivore.
Yesterday, we took on the roles of dinosaur experts and interviewed each other, asking probing questions and sharing the dinosaur facts we have learnt.
Last week, Willow Class imagined what might happen if one of our dinosaur eggs hatched during lessons. Unfortunately, it seems like some of the teachers would be the first to be eaten! The children drew story maps to plan their narratives.
Willow Class had a fantastic time on World Book Day. We got to dress up, revisit the fantastic book ‘Meerkat Mail’, and, best of all, Year 5 came to visit us and share some stories!
Year 1 had lots of fun at Wingham Wildlife Park on Friday. We loved the baby chimpanzee, the wolves, otters and meerkats, but the best part of all was the dinosaur park. We let the dinosaurs know we were not afraid by showing our fiercest faces! A big thank you to the adults that made … Continue reading
On Friday we talked about all the different emotions we can feel. We practised showing them and looked at ourselves in mirrors to look for clues about how others might be feeling. Then we played a game trying to guess the emotion our partner was showing us.
Willow class started Term 4 with a splash by investigating capacity.
Thank you to everyone able to come to our bread making Express Event today. We certainly couldn’t have undertaken something so ambitious without your help and support. As you can see from this small sample of pictures, there were lots of smiling faces!
It was Pen Only Day at Kemsley… So, in Willow Class, we not only turned off our whiteboard, but also saved paper by printing only 1 sheet per table and working as a group.
On Friday, we had a go at being TV chefs and teaching our audience how to make salt dough.