The Spring Walk was wonderful and we found out sheep respond more to a low baa than a high baa! We completed a checklist of signs of Spring and later we made a class book all about this season.
We are beginning to handle money and understand its value. This is a tricky concept and recognising the coins is proving a challenge. We have set up our own shops this week and we are starting to order coins by value. We have learnt a lot of new Maths vocabulary.
Here, we are working in pairs to construct houses like the ones that burnt down in London in 1666.
Today, we have been expanding our vocabulary and learning to spell words with the suffix -ing. To do this we added -ing to a verb and then acted out the verb. All the adults tried to guess which verb we were acting out.
Here are the finished Tudor buildings that have caught fire! We were able to see that the buildings were so close together that it caused the fire to spread. We also found out why King Charles ordered building to be blown up and pulled down to prevent the fire from spreading further.
A trip to the library was fun and another chance to share some new books.
A winner was chosen during our drama workshop, which we all thoroughly enjoyed.
Today we really enjoyed sharing books with our families!
This is our collaborative art work based on the image that inspired our school poem.
Which book characters do you think we are?
This term, we are finding out about the Great Fire of London and our role play area is Pudding Lane Bakery where it all began!
This term we are learning to tell the time. We can read the time for o'clock and half past the hour.