Tamsin has been working really hard on subtraction not crossing 10. She drew a tens frame to help her and then went on to show how she could do it using a number line too.
Well done Tamsin - amazing maths!
My Disgusting Sandwich by Maria and Nicholas.
Super instructions to make a bug filled sandwich.
I don't fancy eating any of them
Richard has done some wonderful learning about bees.
He also created a brilliant plan to inform his instructional writing to make a disgusting bug sandwich.
I don't think I would like to eat that sandwich Richard
Daphne and her family are loving our topic about minibeasts.
They spent a few days making a 'Bug Hotel', which is amazing. I love it Daphne! Have any bugs come to stay?
Check out the wonderful art they have been doing too. The clay tiles are just gorgeous .
They have been watching tadpoles transform into frogs too! I'm keen to know all about them Daphne.
Such amazing fun learning!
Florence has had fun learning about butterflies.
She wrote some wonderful facts and baked some delicious butterfly cakes.
They look very yummy Florence! I hope you saved one for me
Maria and Nicholas have had a very busy week learning about bees.
Maria and Nicholas, I'm very proud of you both. You have done such amazing learning .
I love the adjectives you have used to create your list poems.
Fantastic labelling of bees and super fact you have found out about them.
Big well done for taking on the maths challenges too.
Keep up the wonderful learning
Bea has been doing some fantastic learning at home.
She made a cute caterpillar as part of our learning about The Hungry Caterpillar and a
very beautiful rainbow sand jar 😊
She also did some aboriginal painting and made a shoe box fairy tale called The Selkie.
Bea, I love the email and photos you have sent me. It was so nice to hear about what you have been doing at home. I was very pleaaed tp hear about all the reading you have been doing too 👍. It's amazing!
Keep up the wonderful learning Bea
Richard has been very busy learning about caterpillars and butterflies.
He researched butterflies and then wrote facts about them.
He wrote a wonderful innovated version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and added the endings 'ing, ed and er' to root words.
Richard, I love your Bug Hotel. Have any bugs come to stay?
The learning you have been doing at home is incredible. I am SO proud of you.
I love the photos you have been sending me so keep sending them .
You look very engrossed with your microscope!!!
Nicholas and Maria have been very busy learning at home.
Have a look at the wonderful work they have done researching butterflies .
They aslo did some fantastic problem solving as part of our maths learning and added suffixes to verbs too
Nicholas and Maria, your work is fantastic! I love seeing what you have been doing at home.
I am so proud of the pair of you!
Martha, THANK YOU so much for the gorgeous letter you wrote me.
It is wonderful to hear about all the fun stuff you have been getting up too.
Your letter warmed my heart and put a big smile on my face
I got a lovely email from Tula today . She wanted to share the wonderful learning she has been doing with her brother Ethan. They both made gorgeous butterfly life cycles out of dough (Tula's is brown and blue and Ethan's is green).
They collected worms in the garden and did a brilliant book review of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
You two have both been busy learning fantastic things about out minibeast topic. I love seeing the photos of what you have both been up too
Ella and her sister have been enjoying our class learning about The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Ella made a gorgeous caterpillar craft and read the book to her little sister.
Keep up the amazing work Ella
Maria and Nicholas have been very busy this week.
Have a look at their fabulous art work and colouring.
Nicholas wrote an innovated version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and remembered to use the days of the week spellings he has been learning. Maria invented her own days of the week story.
I found out how much they have enjoyed the maths work on arrays this week .
Well done the pair of you
Richard has been doing some wonderful learning.
He created a fabulous family out of leaves and then wrote a fantastic story!
He even used our five part story structure!
Look at that beautiful handwriting . I can see lead in/lead outs, letters sitting on the line, capital letters and full stops .
He drew a brilliant story map for his own version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar.
I'm so proud of you Richard. Keep up the amazing work.
I see you have a lost a tooth Richard
WOW! Look at all the wonderful learning Daphne has been doing at home (and her little sister Bess).
She has been busy in her garden collecting worms for the wormery she made. She also made the most beautiful butterflies as part of our animal kingdom art! Look at the fantastic number bond math and spelling work she is doing too.
Daphne, you and your little sister have been very busy little bees. I'm so proud of everything you have done. I love those butterflies!
Maria and Nicholas have been working very hard on their maths
You are both doing amazing work!
I'm loving the contractions caterpillar Richard has made as part of our home learning this week
Has anyone else made one that I could add to our gallery?
Check out his super thought bubbles to go with the characters from the Princess and the Pea too!
Look at the lovely creations Ethan and Tula have been making at home.
They joined in with our Australian theme by doing some wonderful Aboriginal dot paintings!
They wrote to their cousins in Australia who are also on lockdown.
They even made their lunch resemble their grandad because they are missing him so much. Tula and Ethan, tell grandad to look at how creative you were with your lunch. I bet he will love it . I'm sure it will put a smile on his face like it did mine
Arlo joined in with the cooking the key worker children had been doing in school last week by making Anzac Biscuits at home.
Little chef, your biscuits look absolutely delicious. You look so proud of your cooking
Keep on baking x
Richard joined in with our Teddy picnic at home by writing instructions to make a ham, cheese, tomatoe and mayo sandwich.
What fantastic instructions Richard. I'm so proud of your writing .
Your sandwich sounds delicious.
Keep up the amazing learning x
Check out the fabulous home learning Maria and Nicholas have been doing!
I'm so proud of you both.
What amazing writing and artwork you have both been doing.
I love the reading journal you are keeping
Keep up the fantastic work x
Look at the wonderful things Martha has been doing at home .
She joined in with the Teddy picnic the key worker children were having in school, in her own garden.
Martha I love the maths!
Look at them wonderful leaf pictures!
Keep up the good work Martha. I'm so proud of you (and your parents)
P.S Thank you so much for the lovely email you sent me x