Here are our pizzas ready for the oven. As you can see we made some interesting food choices!
After looking at the ‘Eat Well Plate’, we designed our own pizzas. We tried to make them as healthy as we could by including lots of fruit and vegetables. Some of us also included some treats in our designs. Here are just a few pictures of us making our pizzas. Be sure to scroll through to see…
This week we explored pizzas. Here we are taste testing different types of bread for the base of our pizzas. We chose our favourite for our own pizza design.
Look who came to see us in class today! It’s none other than Harold the Giraffe. This year he talked to us all about our feelings and emotions.
We went for a walk in our local area today. We discovered that some parts were quite busy whilst other areas were very quiet. We spotted lots of facilities to help the people in our local area, such as shops, pubs, a petrol station, playing field.....
We are learning what makes a sentence a sentence. We know they need capital letters and full stops, and that they need to make sense. It is much trickier to spot a sentence when the punctuation has been taken away. Here we are using blu tack to locate the end of sentences. It was very…
In literacy, we are reading the book ‘The Way Home for Wolf’. It is a fabulous story and has inspired us to find out more about these beautiful creatures. We’re going to write our own information texts next!
We have been exploring the four countries of the United Kingdom. We learnt the names of the four countries, their capital cities and lots of fun facts about each one.
In literacy, we have been reading the story ‘The Way Home For Wilf’. Today we acted parts of the story and the rest of us had to guess which bit we were doing. Our acting was so good everyone could guess which bit we were doing!
Our good friend, Debbie Green, came into class today to teach us all about the books of the bible. It was lovely to see her again and we learnt a lot!
This week in school we were celebrating reading. Today we paired up with Year 6 to share lots of different types of books. The Year 6 children did a fantastic job reading to us. Thanks Y6!!
We have been thinking more about the numbers to 100. Today we practised making different numbers using the Base 10 equipment. Mrs Cross then asked us to add or take away different amounts of tens or ones.