A huge well done for all the amazing learning that has taken place this week! We have been such busy bees! It has been such a pleasure to see everyone this week for live lessons! AMAZING.
In literacy, we have begun our topic on instructions. You have all had lots of practice at writing your own instructions for 'How to Brush your Teeth'. We have learned what an imperative verb is and really been focused in our Phonics sessions. We also made some fantastic board games this week! I can't wait to see all the wonderful board games you have created ready to write your instructions on how to play next week! :D
In maths, Ivy Class have started their unit on subtraction and are confidently using the pictorial method to help them. They are working with some pretty big numbers this term and showing that they are outstanding learners that aren't scared of a new challenge! A huge well done to you :)
The afternoons have been just as busy with us conducting our own experiment on what happens when ice melts. This material is very relevant at the moment and links to last week where we looked at climate change. Hopefully our learning this week really showed us how important it is to recycle and use less energy in order to stop the polar ice caps from melting! We have been super active with our P.E. and learned all about the Jewish celebration of Passover!
We have also enjoyed our story times at the end of the day and enjoyed a special guest appearance from two very cheeky pups!
So much learning completed and a brilliant attitude towards your learning! Keep up the amazing work and lets see what we get up to next week! :)