Mummification

Hello 6F!

I hope you enjoyed mummifying your fish Pharaohs today:2BF6A659-3227-4153-A772-69CCAB6C1D0B 6638F88B-7C47-4C63-8CED-3F8BB29BD893 9DDA6E6E-E362-41C8-A95B-4A9D58E4ED3D 8C73ECBA-C1DA-4403-80F6-8C1C49B44345

IMG_6456 IMG_6457  IMG_6460 IMG_6461 IMG_6462 IMG_6463 IMG_6464 IMG_6465 IMG_6466 IMG_6467 IMG_6468 IMG_6471 IMG_6472 IMG_6473 IMG_6474 IMG_6475 IMG_6476 IMG_6477 IMG_6478 IMG_6479

Who can tell me what the process was?

How were you feeling?

Did anything surprise you?

Posted in 6F, History | 3 Comments

5C Hockey with the Honor Oak Panthers

5C had a fantastic afternoon with their hockey sticks on Friday afternoon as they were treated to the first of their sessions with a visiting coach from local team the Honor Oak Panthers. The class started to get to grips with the basics of ball control and stick handling, and many of children showed great promise for the weeks ahead.

IMG_20181109_134123

Posted in 5C | Leave a comment

Year 6 Home Learning – Pharaohs

12E0CE82-D45B-4898-830E-8E890AB8F450

Posted in 6F, 6L | Leave a comment

Year 1 Home Learning

We have been learning the story of The Three Bears.

Use your puppet theatre to tell the story to as many people as you can. If you haven’t made one, why not make one this weekend? Or, if you prefer, draw a story map. Good luck storytellers!

P1030067

P1030066

 

 

 

Posted in 1B, 1L, 1SJ | Leave a comment

Goldilocks and the Three Bears (Blogging by Edmond and Miss Little)

On Monday we found out that Goldilocks ait Miss Littles Porich.So  we   made wanted sighns. By Edmond.

P1020973P1020974P1020975P1020977

P1020978

P1020979P1020980P1020981

Then we made some more porridge. Did you like the steaming, sweet porridge?

P1020987P1020989

We made chairs for the bears. Large, medium and baby sized!

P1020997

Avin and Maiah made the Three Bears’ house!

P1030025

We received a sorry letter from Goldilocks. She also told us that she was lonely. We all want to be Goldilocks’s friends. Lots of us wrote to her.

P1030026

P1030090 P1030091 P1030092 P1030093

P1030096 P1030097 P1030098 P1030099P1030088P1030067 P1030068 P1030069 P1030070P1030085P1030087

We made puppet theatres to tell the story of The Three Bears. Well done to Maiah who shared her theatre in sharing assembly. We are very proud of you!

P1030062P1030086P1030082P1030057

P1030074P1030052

The bears needed our help to find the right sized materials to make some new furniture. We measured them very carefully.

Tell me what you enjoyed most this week on this blog.

Love Miss Little :-)

Posted in 1L | Leave a comment

Year 2 Home Learning 9.11.18

Today we began making Jumping Jack toys.

DSC06419 DSC06424 DSC06425

Next week we will be finishing our jumping jacks and writing the instructions.

For your home learning ask someone at home to teach you how to tie a knot – you will need this for the next step of making the jumping jacks.

Also look at some examples of instructions (perhaps a recipe, how to build a lego model or the rules for your favourite game) What do you notice? Can you identify the bossy verbs?

Posted in 2K, 2S, 2T | 2 Comments

It’s Time To Rhyme! Home Learning 8.11.18

            humpty              It’s time to rhyme!                     diddle

It’s important that your child has an awareness of rhyme, please take the time to do some of the following activities as often as possible.

* Build up a repertoire of nursery rhymes and recite them as often as possible.

star

           *Read stories that are written in rhyme:

dog jam ocean  stick man teddy

Once your child has had lots of experience with rhyme, you can build on this by playing simple rhyming games. You could take it in turns to think up words that rhyme with simple words such as ‘bat’, ‘cat’, ‘hat’. Children can make up silly (nonsense words) too – this is all part of the fun!

Odd one out – Say three words, two that rhyme and one that doesn’t, can your child spot the odd one out?

You could collect pictures and objects of things that rhyme: for example, a rock and a sock.

Retell nursery rhymes and change one of the words: for example, ‘Twinkle, twinkle little car’. Can your child spot the mistake?

Posted in Reception LH, Reception W, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Weekly Newsletter – Friday 9th November 2018

newsIcon

To read the latest edition of our newsletter click here: HOLBEACH NEWSLETTER (9.11.18)

Posted in School | Leave a comment

Our persuasive letter to learn

model text to learn

Posted in 3B, 3C, 3G | Leave a comment

Panathlon October 2018

Back in October, a group of children from years 3-6 took part in the panathlon challenge. Click on the link below to see some photos of this fantastic event. Perhaps you could leave a comment to let everyone know what you enjoyed the most about this event.

9D5B0AC7-65E2-4952-AD8D-636D254700A8

https://www.yourschoolgames.com/blog/holbeach-primary-school-2/panathlon-2018/

Posted in 3B, 3C, 3G, 4A, 4S, 5C, 5D, 6F, 6L, PE, School | Leave a comment