Last week, James enjoyed doing Numbots and completed his MyMaths tasks. He has also listened for sounds in the garden and thought a little about adjectives. Last weekend James also received a new Asterix omnibus in the post and was so engrossed in it that he ignored a plate of chocolate biscuits in the [...]
Jacob enjoyed learning about pictograms last week. He also made a lovely ‘African Inspired’ painting! He loves making things and with the help of his Daddy, made a little tree house. Then with his sisters help, made a shelf to go on top. Well done Jacob!
Rory really enjoyed the sunset painting last week, he also researched about the Masai and he has started writing another story inspired by the elephant picture. He's also been busy running and cycling and is now on day 19, they have nearly done it!
Both Molly and Alice have been working on measuring and estimating using different sized containers and water. Well done Molly and Alice!
Lana made a great start to her work last week. She put lots of effort into her descriptive writing and based her work on the picture of the hot air balloons. She spent lots of time in the garden thinking about her creative words. She has also enjoyed learning about statistics and creating pictograms. [...]
Florence had another busy week last week. She made African huts out of clay and straw and did a fantastic job at collecting data and presenting it in a pictogram and block graph. Well done Florence!
Martha has been busy with her learning about mini-beasts and has inspired Freddie and Percy to learn about them too. She has proudly helped set up a credit card system at home for everyone. As part of VE Day celebrations and learning Martha learnt what it meant to be an evacuee and dressed for [...]
Here is Claudia's village project, which consisted of a poster with key sites in the village of Dinton, accompanied by a key that says why they are important to her. Following on from her Africa project, where Claudia did a run down on Namibia, she watched some documentaries on village life in Namibia and compared [...]