Our new enquiry question is: How are humans similar to animals? How are they different? We are starting by looking at the human body and this afternoon we have been creating our own skeletons using paper straws.
We had a science afternoon looking at seeds. After identifying that the objects we were looking at were all types of seeds, we thought about the different ways that seeds are dispersed. After sorting pictures of seeds into their different dispersal methods, we carried out some investigations looking at wind dispersal and drop and roll. We used our measuring skills to measure the distance the seeds travelled from the landing point.
We had a great morning at the net and wall festival, and learnt some new skills.
We were very excited when we got to see our new classroom for the first time!
Learning about the Battle of Britain, we followed instructions and used our cutting skills to make paper Spitfires. We then used our measuring skills to see how far they would fly.
Can you spot who is behind the gas masks? As part of our learning enquiry, we made gas masks and gas mask boxes.
We used our measuring and cutting skills when we made our gas mask boxes.
On our first day as a new class, we did an activity which showed us how we are all connected in some way, through our experiences or our likes. We got in quite a tangle!
BBC SupermoversA fabulous collection of movement videos with educational benefits e.g. times tables
Times Tables RockstarsThe children all have individual log ins to access this site. There are frequently 'Battles of the Bands' between Killerton and Montacute classes. Practice your times tables to help your class win!
TopmarksThis website has links to lots of different educational games. I particularly like 'Hit the Button' in the Maths section
MapzoneThis website is a fun way to develop your map skills.