This week has once again been very busy. We have used secondary sources in History to research the Ancient Egyptians and created a timeline of key events. We have also begun to paint our canopic jars – next week we will add hieroglyphics.
In PE we have learnt the difference between bowling and throwing in cricket – we have some talented bowlers in our class. During Science we have investigated and explored the strength of different magnetic forces and what magnets can be used for in everyday life.
We have also visited the local pond as part of wellbeing. The children observed many different creatures and plants on the walk including, Wheat, Buttercups, Red Kites, Dragonflies, ladybirds and spiders.
We have been learning about discipleship in RE and identifying people in our community who show discipleship qualities.
I have also been impressed with the children’s maths learning as they have been dividing 100 into equal groups of 2, 4, 5 and 10 and also used whole part models to regroup 100 in different ways.
Have a lovely weekend,
Please continue with your Ancient Egyptian Projects, which are due in next Wednesday.
Read to an adult and record your reading in your record.
Spelling – linked to our English