Here are some the pictures and the Class poem from today . Watercolours tomorrow 🎨
Week two went by in a whizz and the children of Cherry Class are now fully into the swing of things.
On Tuesday we had a great time during our scooter workshop lead by Adam. He taught us some great tricks whilst moving across the playground. Much fun was had by all.
We had a great first day ! We have been busy news telling and we started our new topic-Where in the World?
We had fun whizzing around the world on Google Earth and then tried out some dancing this afternoon.
It was lovely to have them all back .
This years theme for Book Week is Inspirational Figures. We have chosen to do Jane Goodall.
Today we have begun by finding out about her through our class book and the Internet. We have plotted her life on a timeline and tomorrow we will use this to write a biography.
We have also visited Oak Class and shared some of their favourite books.
Don’t forget to come to assembly this Friday to find out if we can get Jane Goodall into the ballon by convincing the parents that she is truely inspirational.
Other things this week include the travelling bookshop, the treasure hunt, book swap and second hand book sale.
Cherry class started off with a puzzle about frogs leaping or sliding over to other Lilly pads in order to get to the other side. Most children figured out the least amount of movement necessary to achieve the result!
Next we turned out focus to our topic work on soil and earthworms. The children cut 3length of wool to represent what they thought would be a small, average and giant fully grown earthworm. They were all pretty similar in they results and amazed when they saw the actual sizes in real life! The smallest fully grown earthworm measures about 2 cm, average in the UK about 20-25 cm and the largest species grows to an impressive 350 cm!
Next we measured our own height and compared it to the smalles and the average size earthworm. The children are about 65 ish times bigger than the smallest and 6.5 times bigger than the average worm.
In the afternoon the children tried to figure out how to move a chicken, a fox and some corn across a river without one getting eaten by another. The children can explain this to you in more detail. Almost all were able to solve this puzzle. Well done.
A lot of fantastic problem solving Maths today. If there is still any brainpower left, have another play at Times Tables Rockstar. The battle will be over at 6 p.m. tonight!
This week is anti bullying week and this years theme is CHOOSE RESPECT.
We had an assembly about this and discussion in class. The main points were –
Respecting ourselves, property and each other
Being fair and kind
Being respectful of skin colour or religion
Respect is thinking and acting in a positive way
We looked at images and decided which is good and bad respect
We thought about ways to show respect .