We have been so busy this week. In Maths, Year 1 have been ordering numbers and Year 2 have started revising their 2x table.
In RE, with Mrs Carter, we looked at the Big Frieze. We talked about we could see and added our sticky notes to the frieze.
This week we have so busy in English and History, writing a non-chronological about the 1950s. Miss Guest has been so pleased with our concentration and enthusiasm. The writing is super and has been put in our Perfect Published books.
What great work Tenacious Toads!
This week we started our new topic, Movers and Shakers. We used Dawson’s Model to talk about what makes a person historically significant.
We have learned about the life of Rosa Parks and how important she was. We could not believe the things that she had to fight for.
We recreated the Sunflowers by Van Gogh, our display looks fantastic.
Thanks to our Book Battle, we chose to read the biographies of Amelia Earhart, Marie Curie and Ada LoveLace.
It has been a very busy week indeed.
This week we have been very busy finding out about significant people. We learned whether they were scientists, activists, explorers, monarchs or artists. Some of the people know about are: Henry VIII, Vincent van Gogh, Emmeline Pankhurst and Mary Anning.
This week, for the first time, we achieved 100% Fab Five Readers! Miss Guest and Mrs Smith are so very impressed and very proud of their super readers.
In English we have been publishing our Rosa Parks biographies. We edited them and then copied them up. Our sentences are super, subheadings are sublime and ur facts are fantastic.
In maths, we have been using Fact Families to help us figure out number sentences. Year 2 have used this to help the, figure out the number bonds to 100. Why not try Hit the Button, to practise these? https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button