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Class 1T monkeys!

We have been making a story called ‘What a monkey sees, a monkey does’! We have been acting as characters from a story and pretending to be men and monkeys.  If a monkey sees a man bashing his chest, the monkey will copy and bash his chest too.  If a man climbed up a mountain, a read more »

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Class 1T zoo animals!

We have been reading books and looking at pictures of animals who are kept in zoos. We have learnt that some animals are good at running, for example cheetahs. Monkeys are good at swinging from trees and vines. Kangaroos are good at jumping! Lions are Kings of the jungle. We have looked at gorillas, lions, read more »

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Class 1T build houses!

As part of our Three Little Pigs story, we will be building houses.  We have spent some time drawing our designs and we have thought carefully about the materials we will use.  Some people are using art straws which are bendy but stiff so they should make a strong house.  Other people will use lolly read more »

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Class 1T materials

We are learning about man-made and natural materials.  We’ve learnt about materials, like chalk, plastic, metal, wood and glass.  Glass is made of sand which is heated up into a shape. In the Three Little Pigs story, the second pig built his house from thin wooden sticks. The Big Bad Wolf crept up and blew the stick house read more »

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A vehicle for the pigs to escape!

Class 1T Three Little Pigs story

We are learning the story of The Three Little Pigs.  We have learnt a song about them and we sing, “I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down”. In class we are making some vehicles from Lego for the pigs to escape from the wolf.  The Big Bad Wolf wants to eat the pigs! Click read more »

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Class 1T wax rubbings

We have been creating some wax rubbing pictures.  We looked around our class to find something bobbly, for example Lego, magnets and peg boards. We then got pieces of paper and coloured wax crayons. We placed the items underneath the paper, then gently rubbed the crayons over the paper.  The shape of the item appeared where we rubbed read more »

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