We have had a busy week in class and are enjoying using our new Smart board.
Here we are learning about recognising and totalling money.
This week as part of our Minibeast topic we have been learning about a snail.
Fact of the week- Land snails have lots of small teeth!
We are looking forward to going with the pupils from Room 13 to the Sports Development Festival this term.
In Room 17 this week, we have been learning about fractions. We worked together to make a human fraction line to order the fractions from the smallest to the largest!
Today in class Room 16 completed some time challenges, played a range of time games and made time posters.
This week we have had so much fun learning our spelling and phonics words. We used paint to practice fine motor skills and spell at the same time.
In Maths we have been learning number bonds and counting within 100. We used lots of active games and hands on practice to improve our skills.
In IDL we were researching the people who live in the Rainforest and found out that they often paint their faces or bodies during celebrations. This inspired us to make our own masks in Art.
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Room1 have been practicing their numbers to 10 through active games.
Room 6 have been learning all about the 1970’s and 1980’s.
We learned that some of the toys we play with today have been around since the 1970’s
We walked around the school and found that we can collect information in lots of different ways. We did this ay home too as part of our homework.
We also had a food tasting of different foods from the 1970’s. We tried quiche and Angel Delight. We liked Angel Delight the best.
We have been playing Maths games using dice to help us with addition and subtraction.
Today we were working on comparing numbers and putting them in order. Room 17 really enjoyed this and were great at working together!
Room 6 have been exploring different ways to learn addition facts.
They have enjoyed playing the balloon addition game and are really good at this.
Parents, carers and friends joined us in class this afternoon to share what we have been learning in Numeracy and Maths. They also took part in some of our numeracy and maths activities.
Even more fun was to be had in the assembly hall, with special problem solving challenges.
After using all that brain power, our visitors really needed some refreshments, luckily Mrs Malcolm and Mrs Phillips were on hand with a supply of much needed tea, coffee and biscuits.
We hope all our visitors had a great time learning with us!
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Many more photos to follow! Keep checking for updates from class cameras.