We were using vocab such as long, longer, tall, taller, longest and tallest today to compare lengths and heights of objects. We enjoyed exploring the classroom.
We made different paths whilst counting in different multiples. We were counting in 2s, 5s and 10s. We then jumped on the paths at different starting numbers.
We enjoyed finding all the different phonic sounds around the playground. We read the sound and then had to come up with a word. We thought of lots of words!!
We experienced playing Wheelchair Basketball today. It gave us all an insight into the sport and how difficult it can be. We thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity.
We enjoyed practicing our fundamental movement skills this afternoon. We spoke about the importance of being active each day.
Thank you to the students at University of Cumbria for being great hosts!
Team work and orienteering to find the hidden eggs. Well done for all teams showing good sportsmanship.
We have enjoyed looking and learning about the french artist Henri Matisse. We have copied his style and explored making our own collages and a group collage.
Coach Steve came in to tell us all about Allstars Cricket. We practised some cricket skills e.g throwing , catching, holding a bat, hitting and controlling the ball.
We really enjoyed it.
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We have enjoyed finding out and sorting what different animals eat. We have used the vocabulary herbivore, carnivore and omnivore. We have also thought about what we eat!
Year 4 really enjoyed meeting up with Year 1 to read to each other for World Book Day. We shared our stories and watch The Masked Readers sent in from each class. What a lovely time we had together!
We really enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day and all the fun activities we we did. We listened to the famous illustrator Axel Scheffler (Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, Zog) who showed us how he illustrated some characters and read us some of his favourite books.
We also enjoyed the World Book…