In our literacy lesson, class 6 has to solve the puzzle. Each group had a non-chronological report cut and mixed up. The task was to match subheadings to paragraphs by analysis key words in subheadings and paragraphs. The children were scanning text and marking evidence. Each team was able to complete successfully the task.
Today class 6 has been learning about Egyptian writing. We used used Egyptian writing to write our initials in salt dough plate. After practising the writing it was a time for using robots to copy our hieroglyphics.
Can you represent your initials using hieroglyphics?
Class 6 has had a debate about deforestation. We read The great Kapok Tree book and wrote our supporting statement from a chosen animal perspective. Then, we recorded a green screen stating our arguments against deforestation.
Class 6 had the opportunity to work with Will, local entrepreneur who makes cured meats and created his successful own recipes. Today, he worked with our class designing pork patties. The children chose their own combinations of spices. They weight the ingredients and mixed mince pork with spices. Making patties was a fun activity discovering different textures, taste, smell and learning about job opportunities. We designed our own logo and advertisement for the food we created.
Today in art we used our class iPads to begin taking photographs for our work on the ancient Mayans. We took photographs of the school gardens and then used our imaginations to link our photos with Mayan temples and the jungle. We also learned important camera skills.
Today it was a brilliant weather to explore our school habitat. We looked around woodland area and turn each stone and log to find mini beast that we grouped into invertebrates and exoskeletons as well as no skeletons at all. We were very respectful of their homes. We took photographs and analysed in which groups they are going to be classified.
Class 6 enjoyed visiting beautifully placed Shropshire hills. We have had the opportunity to look at a real size bone structure of a mammoth, look closely inside a round house and practise some hands on prehistoric activities. We had a … Continue reading →
This afternoon class 6 have been writing their own version of Anne Franks diary, we listened to some of the extracts from the book of Anne Frank and discussed as a class some of the events that took place, in our topic books we have wrote our own version and thought about some of the feelings Anne Frank may have felt during these times.
Could you have a go at wiring your own version of Anne Franks diary?