After last week's floating and sinking experiments, where we found out that the shape of an object affected whether it can float or sink rather than just the weight, this week we got creative. After looking at lots of different types of boats, we then designed and made our own boats for Noi's Dad (from...
The class are currently learning about electricity and they have been using electrical equipment to make circuits. They have drawn diagrams of their own circuits and then made them to see if they work. More recently, they have investigated whether adding more batteries will impact the brightness of the bulb.
The class made waist coasts for their teddy bears. This required them to design a waistcoat and then measure and cut their own material before sewing together the shoulders and the sides and then finally sewing on buttons.
The children of F2 learned that on Remembrance Day, we are remembering the soldiers who fought in the war a long time ago. We created out own poppy art in the classroom, including a wreath to leave at the cenotaph on our class visit.
Bill the owl came to visit us in our classroom! We asked him lots of questions. We found out that he was bored of eating mice, so we have helped him by writing shopping lists using our phonic knowledge of different foods to try.
After going on an Autumn walk to explore the changes in our season, we created our own paintings of Autumn trees. We focused on our vocabulary words of roots, trunk and branches. We also did some colour mixing to create our own Autumnal shades.
In our Outdoor Education unit, we have been practising our orienteering skills. We used maps of the school to find different markers to solve clues.