To help the children read & write numbers as numerals and words, Maple Class have been playing a range of matching games and activities to support their learning.
In order to help us understand the key features of a set of instructions we followed a recipe on how to make fruit smoothies. We had lots of fun peeling, chopping, slicing and pouring the different fruits into a blender. We were then allowed to try our creations.
In science yesterday, we discussed the way in which different animals move. We came up with a wide range of different movements then, in groups, identified & classified animals accordingly.
Well done Lewis for being our Star of the Week this week for the progress & resilience he has demonstrated in his ‘Minute Reading’ work this week. Praise also goes to our Maths Master of the Week, Tyreece & our Writer of the Week, Aimee. Keep up the hard work!
Well done Ronnie H for being the first, & only person, to solve our Maths Problem of the Day today!
We have been working hard, researching healthy living, on the iPads this week. We used the information we found to help us write non-chronological reports.
Well done Adeshina for being our winner of the Golden Ticket this week. Adeshina & his friend, Anthony, enjoyed sitting on the Golden Table this lunchtime.
The children in Maple Class put their Pointillism artwork together this afternoon. Mrs Woolley & I are really impressed with the hard work & concentration each & every child put into their work. The results can clearly be seen in their final pieces!
Maple Class spent the day carrying out a range of ‘arty’ activities. We created giant artwork by experimenting with polystyrene balls. We made patterns by rolling, dropping, bouncing & flicking the balls across a length of paper. Afterwards, we used these balls to design & create an art sculpture. This afternoon we created pictures using … Continue reading