Week ending 7.6.19
Welcome back to Willow Class!
We dressed up, on Friday, as our favourite wild animal for 'Wear it Wild Day' in aid of WWF.
Next Tuesday, we are going on a walk around the village with Mrs. Cooper as part of our Geography topic: 'Our local environment'.
What have we learned this week?
'I learned my 3 x table.'
'I learned the 'al' ending.'
'I learned to read scales counting in one, twos, fives and tens.'
'I learned to find missing numbers in scales.'
'I learned to write a poem with the possessive apostrophe.'
'I learned to write sentences with words with the suffixes 'ment' and 'ness'.
'I learned that Muslims whisper the Sharadah to new born babies.'
'I learned about the Prophet Muhammad. Muslims write PBUH after his name, which means Peace Be Upon Him.
'I learned the story of Muhammad and the cat.'
'I investigated adding odd and even numbers.'
'I investigated subtracting odd and even numbers.'
'I investigated multiplying odd and even numbers.'
'I learned about the habitat of the snow leopard.'
Star of the Week: Libby for a super effort with her spelling and writing.
Week ending 14.6.19
What an interesting week we have had!
On Tuesday we went for a walk around Elham, led by Mrs. Cooper. She showed us my many fascinating dwellings and told us really interesting facts about them. The children have written lovely 'Thank you' letter to her.
We noticed on Thursday that the date, 13.6.19 was interesting because it was like an addition number sentence.
To all our lovely Dads and Grandads: ' Happy Fathers' Day' for Sunday!
What else have we learned this week?
'I learned my 2 x table.'
'I learned the 'ear' phoneme/grapheme.
'I learned to use an apostrophe for contraction.'
'I wrote a 'Thank you ' letter to Mrs. Cooper.'
'I worked out height problems and ordered lengths using <,> and =.
'I worked out the missing number from a number sentence, so that both sides of the calculation balanced.'
' I made a Fathers' day card.'
'I drew a portrait of my Dad, by using the skills I had learned from Leonardo Da Vinci.'
'I 'Hot Seated' a character from 'Wriggly Squiggly.'
' I wrote a character profile for a character from 'Wriggly Squiggly.'
'I learned to sequence the story of 'Wriggly Squiggly' on a Story Map.'