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World Book Day was a little different this year, with lots of the children celebrating at home. We still made sure to have lots of fun though. Miss Gannon flew us to South Africa! Here she is with our boarding pass!
When we landed, we realised that we needed to travel to South Africa because our book was based there!
Miss Gannon read the book The Ugly Five to us and planned some activities for us to do based on the book too!
We made African animal puppets!
Writing Challenge - Garden of Life
Take a look at some of the fantastic work our Hazel Home Heroes who have been busy completing their learning missions at home!
Our new topic for his half term is Changes, where we’re going to be exploring the wonderful changes that happen around us as well as to us.
In History and DT we’re going to be exploring the question, how have clothes changed?
We’re going to be travelling back in time to look at the types of clothes worn by people in different historical periods. Then we’re going to have a go at designing our own item of clothing and then creating it using our sewing skills!
In Geography, our key question is: ‘How does the weather change?’ To answer this, we’re going to exploring human and physical features of different parts of the world as well as the weather patterns.
In Science, we’re going to looking at nocturnal animals as well as the materials that surround us to help us answer the question: How do materials change? We’re going to take a look at colour, changes in materials as well as what materials are used for.
We’re going to continue our Computing, Music learning, thinking about how we can stay safe online and playing instruments in Music!
In R.E, our important question is: What does the Cross mean to Christians?.
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This half term our topic is Night at the Museum. In Hazel Class, we’ve been exploring what museums are, whilst going on some virtual tours of museums, thinking about the […]
Ways to help your child at home:
Phonics Play: Take a look at the free games for children to play at home to practise their segmenting and blending skills. There is currently a login which allows access to the entire website, username: march20 password: home
Teach Your Monster to Read: A fantastic online resource (which is free to use on computers) where your child works their way through a virtual world completing reading/phonics challenges as their go!
Use Oxford Reading Owls, https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ to access free eBooks. If you use the book bands drop down menu, you can select the colour band that your child has on their reading books.
Number Bonds are really useful with different areas of Maths learning, the more the children can remember them the faster they will become with their Maths work. Practise finding the different ways to make 10 with objects you have at home!