Open Evening Displays
We made a game of dominoes, using fraction sums.
Our Visit to St Mary Church
In Science we have been making musical instruments using materials brought in from home.
Greek Vases and Masks
We have been looking at Pandora's box this week. In groups we wrote questions to ask Pandora about her character.
Science Vibrations and Sounds
We learnt about the stone age and tools they used were hand axes, Reindeer antlers, polished tools and arrows heads. It was fun because we got to learn about a little bit more about the stone age.
I really enjoyed it because we got to touch prehistory things. I learned that things would have been very different.
We put an egg in four different liquids, coke, vinegar, milk and water. The one in water didn't change, the milk one went a little white but wiped straight off.
The coke one was sticky and the shell change to brown and the vinegar one had changed colour the the shell had dissolved.
We built our version of the Stonehenge with biscuits. We enjoyed the activity as a table because we learnt about it from the building. Isabelle.
It was fun but it was hard to put them on top because it sometimes got knocked over. Sophie.
We built Stonehenge in a group out of biscuits, we found it hard to stand them up and when we went to put them up, because we knocked them over. Henry.
You needed lots of patients to build it but it was really fun. Noah.
We built our Stonehenge out of biscuits and it was hard because if one fell over, all of them fell over. Kate.
Science Food Web
Caveman Art Work
Mosque Pictures & Patterns
Stone Age Display
DT - How to make a healthy sandwich
Class Display October 2014
Science - The Digestive System
No Pens Day
The children enjoyed no pens day, finding different ways to learn without using a pen. Some found this much easier, where as others found it much harder.