Term 6 Learning
Cooper has been using his knowledge of the relationship between mm and cm to convert measurements between the two like a pro.
Term 5 Learning
Become the Narrator
Florence has recorded her own audio file of her reading the first part of the class text. I am really impressed by such a fluent, confident and expressive performance. Have a listen and see what you think!
Telling the Time using 24 hour digital clocks
Cooper has been working exceptionally hard learning to tell the time using a 24 hour clock. Not only that, he can now convert between 12 and 24 hour clocks like a real pro!
Telling the Time (1 minute intervals)
Cooper has been improving his time-telling ability even further. He can now look at the clock and know to the minute what time it is. Very impressive!
Someone has been using their knowledge of 3D shapes to solve the shape riddles. They even used the shape properties sheets to double check the facts and confirm their choices!
Term 4 Learning
Write like Roald Dahl
Florence has written an ingenious ending to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for Roald Dahl. She has even typed it up - so it is ready to be published straight away!
Check it out....
All about Chocolate
Sebastian has been hard at work researching more about chocolate and creating his own fascinating information text about the process of turning a cocoa bean into chocolate.
After rescuing some tadpoles from a puddle on a walk last week, someone has started her own mini-project all about the tadpoles journey to become frogs! I wonder how long it will take before she starts to see a change?!
Ready, steady, cook
Somebody has been busy making a Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory inspired cake for his Birthday. Wow, I bet even Mr Wonka couldn't imagine a more chocolaty cake!
Somebody has been quick off the mark, finding an extreme reading place to finish Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in peace! Ssssshhhhh, don't tell the anyone how it ends!
Someone has been hard at work in the hot seat! They have been answering some questions in the character of Veruca Salt about her visit to the Chocolate factory.
Oren has also written his own diary entry sharing his thoughts about Covid-19. A very insightful piece - well done!
World book day
James has been busy at home the last few months making his rather impressive Achilles costume for World Book Day. It is all completely handmade (apart from the helmet)!
James describes how he made it "The shield is made out of a bin lid on some plywood. The 'V' is made out of cardboard and is painted red. The shin protectors are my old football shin pads painted gold. The armour is made out of pretend leather. We used a real live sewing machine for it and we used tailors chalk to mark out the armour before we cut the leather."
I can't wait to see the real thing, but in the meantime check out the pictures.
Willy Wonka Top Trumps
Sebastian has been busy brainstorming some new inventions for Mr Wonka's factory and has made his first top trump card.
Florence has become a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory expert - completing both crosswords and wordsearches. Next stop - Mastermind!
Handwriting and Spelling
Oren has also been busy practising his handwriting - focusing on those tricky p's. Beautiful handwriting Oren! Keep it up.
Maths Challenge - 30th March
Oren is fast becoming a gold-medal challenger! Have a look to see how he solved it!
Maths Challenge - 23rd March
Someone has not only solved the Maths Challenge but has also passed the Miss Coleman proof test! I'm not giving the game away just yet by showing you his answer....but here is a clue about how they proved it.
Somebody has been enjoying the sunshine while taking stock of the wildlife in and around their garden. They have also created a whole host of interesting graphs to show their findings!
All about fractions
Pippa has been going fraction crazy! Check out all this amazing work she has been doing.
Measurement Scavenger Hunt
Someone has been busy challenging their family to a measurement scavenger hunt! It looks like you had great fun and there was even time to makes some graphs about what everyone found (and how long it was) at the end of the game!
Roll the Dice
Cooper has been challenging his family to some dice games. Looks like he had quite a good run of lucky rolls. I wonder who he will take on next?
Somebody has been trying their hand at a new career by being banker during a family game of Monopoly. I wonder who won?
Ready, Steady Cook
Someone has been busy in the kitchen making a delicious lemon drizzle cake for their Dad's birthday.
Josie has been hard at work practising all of her multiplication tables. She has even used a multiplication grid and has started seeing mathematical patterns!
Pippa has been using her artistic flair to make daffodil cards.
Never mind workouts at home, or the morning mile, someone is making the most of the beautiful Kent countryside with their daily bike rides.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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