As the beautiful summer weather continues what better time to learn about plants! The boys' school garden is in full bloom and the children were delighted to take a trip up to look at all the lovely plants and vegetables growing.
When we returned to our classroom we made notes in our copies
The children had a go at skipping this week. It's very tricky for the little ones but plenty of practice and they'll get there!
As we have enjoyed two short weeks, I have put our work together to make one blog. You will have noticed this week that we have finished up the homework sheets but we would ask you to continue with the word boxes and reading each night, I will also be doing a Blog competition each week until the end of school so check their bags on a Monday for the quiz. We are on the wind down now, hard to believe we have only three weeks left! I will be starting to send home their workbooks as we finish them up, so please enjoy looking through them and you can keep them at home. Enjoy the blog... I hope you like the video at the end!
We were practising our procedure writing last week. We looked back at our blogpost from Spring when we planted sunflower seeds and wrote about it, step by step. What fantastic work the children did and look how much everyones writing has improved in only a few short months!
We have been learning about the life cycle of the butterfly and what better story to read than Eric Carle's The Hungry Caterpillar! Read it below at home.
Below is our super copy work showing the life cycle of the butterfly. Why not ask you child to tell you the four stages of the life cycle that they have learned in school.
We enjoyed making these super cool pasta art projects... can you guess what we are making?
Hmmmmm... What could we be making?
I forgot to take a picture of the finished display so you'll have to come and see it in real life outside our room on Monday!
School Tour - The Farm!
I hope you enjoy this great video of our trip to Red Mountain Farm! I think you'll agree that the children had a really great time!
That's it for this week! Enjoy the weekend...