At the beginning of the week everyone enjoyed being together in class with their friends and sharing their Easter holiday experiences.
We began the week by doing a mini-project about ourselves. We drew pictures of our families, our homes and the things we like to eat, as well as writing about things we like to do at home and at school.
On Wednesday we were lucky enough to enjoy a very exciting and motivating session in the Science Dome. Our lesson in the dome was about different environments around the world, which is our new topic this term. Everyone enjoyed the experience and had lots of big questions to ask the staff after the session. Back in class we learnt about the four main climate zones and the weather conditions within each zone.
In maths lessons we have been learning to recognise and make two digit numbers by using apparatus and identifying the numbers on a 100 square.
We had fun outside looking for bugs and making bug houses out of leaves, sticks, stones and twigs. We are going to make a scrapbook to record all of our nature activities.
Next week we will have some visitors in school who are coming in to tell us about how to look after our environment. We will be doing lots of hands-on activities and recording our work for our class book.
This weekend try to do some bird-spotting and bring into school a labelled picture of the birds you see. We can put your picture in our class book.
Have a great weekend.