What are you all doing during the Easter holidays? leave me a comment and I will write back to you.
Here are a few pictures of class 3 enjoying Red Nose Day and fundraising for people less fortunate than ourselves.
We practised our numbers 1-10 in French in a fun way by playing hopscotch. Next time we play we will challenge ourselves to use numbers 11-20!
Last week we made salt ‘disappear’ and then we made water ‘disappear’ but did we really? What scientific process did we use to mix salt with water and what scientific process did we use to separate salt and water?
Here are a few photographs of our science investigations into separating materials using sieving, filtering magnetic attraction and evaporation. The class learnt lots about these processes and have completed some follow-up work.
I have planned an exciting investigation to carry out as part of British science week. Before we can do it, what can you find out about the processes of separating materials by evaporation, filtering, sieving or using magnets? You can…
We have been doing lots of investigations lately. Last week we completed our work on dissolving and next week, as part of National Science Week, we will be carrying out some sieving and filtering investigations to separate materials.We found out…
Class 3 are always looking to improve their dictionary skills and have learnt about the quartiles of the dictionary and how to find their way around a dictionary using the headings. We linked this to our work on Romans to…
We had lots of fun yesterday making bookmarks, doing our costume parade, listening to podcasts, doing our readathon and guessing which characters we all were.
Here is the link to the World book day podcasts and games we have tried today. http://www.worldbookday.com/world-of-stories/ http://www.worldbookday.com/play-and-win/games/ http://www.worldbookday.com/competitions/design-a-national-book-token-competition/