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Our Class have been very busy...
Caleb has completed the Computer Programming activity.
Well done Caleb, this was a very difficult activity to complete.
Caleb is taking part in the 30 Day Fitness Challenge: Jumping Like a Frog
A big welcome to the newest member of our class, Dragon. His favourite foods to eat are worries. Any worries we have, we place in the box and the dragon eats them up.
This term, we are reading books written by Julia Donaldson.
Today, we are reading and comparing books by the author Julia Donaldson.
We have been using a thesaurus to find adventurous adjectives, to extend our sentences, to create expanded noun phrases about the witch in Room on the Broom.
We have been using a dictionary to find the definition of our spellings.
We have started to write our stories using the structure of Room on the Broom.
Today, Melanie, from the Dogs Trust came to visit our class. We learnt how to be responsible dog owners. This will now help us to write our Non-Chronological reports.
This term, we are using the story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as a stimulus for our writing.
Today, we have been brainstorming ideas for a new room in Charlie's chocolate factory.
Today, we have been solving problems in mathematics.
Today, in small groups, we have been estimating and measuring using the units metres, centimetres and decimal fraction of a metre.
We have been using our mathematical knowledge to solve more problems.
We have been solving even more problems.
We have been using our mathematical knowledge to solve even more problems.
We used trial and improvement to solve today's problem.
Today, we solved problems and secret messages using Roman Numerals.
Today, we practised rounding numbers to the nearest 10.
Today, we used our adding, subtracting, dividing and multiplication skills to reach -13 or 13.
Today, we used our reasoning skills and knowledge of numbers to solve the problem.
Today, we used our knowledge of odd and even numbers to solve today's problem.
We used trial and improvement to solve today's problem.
This term, we are comparing Audenshaw to Blackpool. Today, we used a map of the United Kingdom to locate countries, Manchester, Blackpool, capital cities and waters surrounding the British Isles.
Today, using a venn diagram, we sorted the physical and human characteristics of Audenshaw and Blackpool. We then looked at and discussed the similarities and differences of the two places.
On Monday 23rd September, we visited Blackpool Tower.
We danced the Cha Cha Cha in the famous Tower Ballroom.
Dancing the Cha Cha Cha
We climbed up the tower. Some of us were brave enough to stand on the glass floor and look down. It was very high up.
We also learned about the history of Blackpool Tower.
Today, we travelled back in time and met Attis Keller, a Roman soldier and Gias Flavius Longinus, a Roman citizen. We learned about the life of a Roman soldier and how the Roman invasion changed Britain. A fantastic day was had by all.
Soldiers in Battle
Soldiers in Battle
This term, using Scratch, our class are learning to to code a simple game with Mr Goodier. We have used a range of different codes including: if, then, forever, wait, move, show, hide, broadcast and glide.
Design and Technology
Today, we have been exploring the properties of different materials.
Today, our class carefully washed, peeled and chopped vegetables to make surprise vegetable soup. We then, put our vegetable peelings into the compost heap.
"I loved everything in the soup." CJ
" The soup was fantastic. I loved the vegetables, I didn't think it was going to be that nice. I had seconds." Jacob
"I liked it more than I expected." Poppy
" I loved everything in it. My favourite vegetable was the carrot." Jayden
" I didn't like the soup because it was really chunky." Leyla
" I loved all the vegetables in the soup especially dipping the bread in. I had seconds." Caleb
" I didn't like the soup because I don't like celery and onions." Finley
" The soup was delicious. I loved all the vegetables and dipping the bread. It was the best soup ever." Freya F
" I didn't like the soup because it had too many onions in it." Esme
" I didn't like the soup because I didn't like the vegetables." Maisie
" I liked the soup because the potatoes and carrots were soft and freshly cooked." Freya B
" I loved the soup, it was delicious and had a good texture." Jaycee
" I liked everything in the soup except for the onions." Elisabelle
This term, we are designing and making an item of clothing using sustainable items. Today, we began the process by collating our measurements.
Today, we investigated how to make a bulb light up using a bulb, battery and wires. We then further investigated how to make the light switch on an off using a piece of cardboard, two split pins and a paper clip.
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