Thank you to everyone who sent in some fabulous photos for last weeks home learning. I look forward to seeing all your super smiles this week 🍓
This week the Orange group have been investigating life under the sea. Megan and Salem have been busy drawing and making fish and sea turtles. Well done girls! 🐢🐠
Good morning Year 4. Today is World Ocean Day where people think about the importance of keeping oceans healthy.
Here is a link of activities you could do today
You could…. read ocean poems, learn about ocean explorers, learn about dolphins and also why water is so important.
This week we would like you to learn some of the year 4 spellings ready for Friday’s quiz.
Enjoy the week.
Mrs Frost and Mrs Bullock
After completing a Purple Mash activity involving sequencing sentences to make a story Ayda and Jack decided to write their own stories. Jack has written about a zoo adventure and Ayda has written about a mean snake and kind rabbit. Do have a read, they really are fantastic!
The Busy Bees have had another very busy week. They have been writing facts about sea creatures, solving sea creature maths problems by finding out how many there were altogether and creating some fantastic sea creatures and seaside goodies using all sorts of different materials. We’ve had turtles, fish, jellyfish, sharks and an octopus and ice creams and ice lollies that look good enough to eat! Nina even made some yummy looking fishy cakes. Well done all of the children who have worked from home and those who have been working hard in school too.
Thank you for your continued support.
It’s great to hear from Maddie and Sammy who have both been working hard making some fantastic beach and summer pictures. Well done!
Ladybirds have been thinking all about going to the beach, how to stay safe in the sun and making beach creatures.
Children in school or home learning have been fantastic, trying their best in absolutely everything, well done.
Malachi has been doing some fantastic counting and Tommy has been learning how to make ice and made a lolly pop. Well done boys.
After watching The Lion King movie, Ava was inspired to create her own African art work.
I am sure that you will agree, it looks amazing!
Thank you Ava for sharing your art work.
The children in Year 1 have been naming and labelling the different parts of the body today and Daniel has made and labelled this fantastic skeleton. Super work Daniel!