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We got some things from nature like fircones and seed head sand we drew them with different things like ink and sticks, printing, oil pastels and white pens. My favourite bit was making a monoprint.
Today we learnt about our senses and we used our senses to smell, taste, hear, see and touch different things
‘I tasted salt and it was very salty’ – Lidia
‘ I tasted sugar and it was nice and sweet’ – Hellie
‘I smelled some aftershave, it was like my dad’s’ – Alfie
‘I smelt mint leaves and they were minty’ – Sukhmani
‘I heared the radiator’ -Terry
‘I heard music’ – Rayan
‘I touch the cuddly elephant and it was soft’ – Alina
‘we looked at optical illusions and they were crazy!
We did a potato experiment to see how germs grow – we are still growing the germs
We had glitter on our hands and they were pretending to be germs and we did an experiment to see how germs are spread
We must always wash our hands with soap so the germs die and cannot be spread
After we learnt about germs we were able to be safe and hygienic to do some cooking!
Year 3 have been recently been talking about determination. Determination is the new school value for this half term. We thought about a time when we were determined to do something. We also thought about times when we would need determination in the future – like keeping up a new year’s resolution.
What’s your new years resolution?
“I was determined to determined to improve my handwriting” – Aden
“I am determined to improve my handwriting” – Ellis
A dream doesn’t become a reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work!
This week year two have been successfully learning about multiplication!
Here is one of our favorite songs.
Remember to practice you times tables!
Our new topic for this half term is Nature and Growth.
This week we planted an Amaryllis bulb.
We are looking after it, watering it every day and measuring to see if it has grown.
We have enjoyed two days back at school focusing on our well-being.
We have learnt some massage skills and been practicing on each other and performed yoga.