To celebrate World Book Day this week we have been writing our own mythical creature stories, making them into books, writing poems about our creatures and also wrote instructions to make our own potions using magical and mysterious ingredients onto 'old paper'. We also recommended our favourite stories that we love to read. Here are some of the examples from our friends in class and at home.
This week we began our new topic for Science learning about plants. We looked at the different parts of the plants, labelling them and found out about the function each part plays. We labelled our classroom display and in class and at home we made collages, booklets and pictures to show the different parts of the plant.
Following on at the end of the week in our STEM lesson we made flowers from a variety of materials such as tissue paper, crepe paper, newspaper, writing paper and card. Here are some of our creations we made in school and at home as we watched each folded flower open up when dropped onto water.
Over the last six weeks during lockdown we have been reading Paddington and doing lots of work about him. Here is a selection of our work that we have done in school and at home. Through home learning and work at school we have been able to complete Art, DT, Literacy and Guided Reading all based around our Paddington topic.