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Archive | September, 2016
We watched the beginning of The Lighthouse Literacy Shed film. In the film, the light in lighthouse stops working when the keeper trips over and smashes the bulb. The keeper finds some matches and fireworks and spells out the word ‘HELP!’ to let the villagers know he needs their help. The villagers bring lanterns and place them in the read more »
We have done some more work on our Little Red Riding Hood stories. We have written our stories and added speech marks and punctuation. We have had to think carefully about how we can improve our writing to make our stories more interesting to read. We have designed a trap to catch the wolf. Here are read more »
We have used Brusho to paint some pictures of the beach. We add water to powdered paint and make around 10 different colours. We dip our brush into the paint and wipe the brush on the side of the pot to make sure we don’t have too much water. If we have too much water read more »
We have been learning about light and we have written about light sources and reflections. Examples of light sources include the sun, torches, lanterns, candles. Examples of reflections include the moon (which reflects light from the sun), mirrors and water. We made lights and shadows by shining a torch and making shadows with our hands. read more »
Our teacher has been telling us the story of Little Red Riding Hood. We have been writing our version of the story in our books, sometimes using story maps. We practise our spellings, joined up writing and make sure we use adjectives and verbs. By Summer, Lucy, Theo and Jun
Jonny, Joshua A and Safi learned today about blogging. We will be adding more information here on our school blog about the work we are doing in class, so please come back soon to read more! In PE we have been balancing balls on rackets and walking around the MUGA. We have to concentrate to make read more »