This week we have shown real courage by doing a lot of independent learning to showcase what we have learnt so far.
We have explored our 60s topic further with dances, pattern making, music and art.
In science, we are continuing to explore materials and this week we explored rigidity. We developed our own investigations to test if materials were bendy or not.
In topic, we learned about different types of patterns and practised making our own. https://vimeo.com/193552342
We finished writing our stories inspired by The Heart and The Bottle and practised reading them out loud using our story maps to help us.
Phonics words to practise: house, cell, science, listen, grass, snake, prince.
We have noticed many children working on their spellings chalenge! Keep it up and let’s seem how many more words you can learn by the end of term.
If you want to challenge yourself further you could try these at home:
We did a lesson on the PANTS rule and discussed how to keep safe:
You can find out more: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/support-for-parents/pants-underwear-rule/
In PE we have been practising moves from the 60s, here is a video if you want to learn more moves at home: https://vimeo.com/204336221
We are going to explore non fiction texts about the Beatles and the 60s and writing our own non-chronological report.
In Maths, we are going to be starting subtraction.
Please remember to bring any white shirts, pillow cases for our art project next week.