In English, the children continued their adventure stories. They edited them and wrote their stories neatly for the class display. All of the stories are exciting to read and I was impressed with the children’s vocabulary.
In Maths, we have been comparing and ordering decimal numbers. The children have been regrouping to make a decimal number in a variety of ways.
In Science, the children have been learning about the role of a stem and how it transports water to the flower. The children planned an investigation to prove that this happens. They added red food colouring to water and put a mark on the cup to see if the water level would go down. We observed the changes over a few days and found that the stem does transport water to the flower because the flower turned red.
In History, we began our topic on Egyptians. We started thinking about what we already know about the Egyptians and learnt the meaning of the key vocabulary. Then we made a timeline of events.
In PE, we have been practising Sports Day races. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 28th June for Sports Day. Children must have a sunhat and a bottle of water.
|Spellings||Complete activities on edshed
pleasure, island, dislocate, disadvantage, decide, survey, exactly, bravely, ordinary, promise
|Religion||Make a poster about Nelson Mandela – draw a picture and write some facts about him
Send it in by Tuesday 27th June
|Ready Theory||Complete two activities.
Have a lovely weekend.