Happy World Book Day from all of us in Class One.
And a huge Happy Mother’s Day for Sunday.
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Using balance scales in maths, we’ve been on an object hunt to discover which objects are lighter and which are heavier. We discovered that just because things are smaller it doesn’t mean they weigh less.
We’ve been doing all sorts in PE, learning about attacking and defending, controlling a ball, and balancing on one leg!
The children have been building towers and working out how many bricks they used, and how many they would have with one more or less.
Naughty Miss Muffet and Muddles kept knocking them down, and pinching bricks, meaning we had to count them all over again!
Reception have been painting swords in maths, and working out whose is bigger and smaller. We’ve been comparing size and generally getting messy with red paint!
Year One went out to look at some of the buildings in our village, comparing old and new, discussing and recording their features. We were surprised to find out how old our school building was, and sketched a house that was built in the 17th century.
Dragons-v-dragon catchers trying to catch the eggs and put them in their nests. What a beautiful day for it, with lots of points scored for each team.
We’ve been enjoying drawing around our hands and feet to compare sizes and use the multilink to measure them. Whose are the biggest? Whose are the smallest?