- At the summer fair in July I bought a small beetroot plant that the Year 1 children had grown from a small seed during their topic, Let’s be Farmers. This morning I harvested it… a beautiful beetroot came out of the soil that I am going to roast tomorrow, and beetroot leaves for a salad. Thanks children, now in Year 2!
In 1B, we have been reading the story of ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’. We were invited for tea at Little Nan’s in Catford. We made sure to bring lots of tiger food, just in case a tiger showed up for tea!
We were enjoying our tea…
We were surprised to see a TIGER!
What was your favourite part of our visit?
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This week, we have read the ‘Tiger who came to tea’. We have been learning some interesting facts about real tigers too! Can you find another interesting fact to share with class? You could visit the local library to help you. It is really easy to get a library card if you haven’t got one already- just ask in the library.
Also, we will be learning this story off by heart. Can you tell someone at home the story? Don’t forget the actions!
Please remember to read everyday! Don’t forget Bug Club too!
We have been reading the story of ‘The Tiger who came to Tea’!
We were kindly invited for tea at Little Nan’s house in Catford!
We took some tiger food, just in case a tiger should turn up…
We drank tea from a tea pot and ate yummy cakes. We were very polite and used our manners. We only took ONE cake and had ONE drink! We always said please and thank you!
But all of a sudden, there was a ring on the bell!
We were very surprised! It was a TIGER!
We offered the tiger our tiger food and he ate it all!!! Owp!
We said “Would you like a cup of tea?” But the tiger didn’t take ONE cup, he drank the whole pot!!
And he ate all the cakes on the plate!
We think we might need to teach him some manners but we did have a lovely time with the tiger! We hope to see him again (but we might buy an extra big tin of tiger food next time!)
Let me know which part of our visit to Little Nan’s you enjoyed the most. You could tell me on this blog! Miss Little 🙂
We’ve been practising similes in class. Can you make some similes about the pictures?
You could use:
His beard was like a… The castle was like a…
Her fingernails were as long and crooked as… The boy was as scared as…
Keep practising the times tables you’ve been doing in class!
Today we went on an exciting Educational Visit to the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green.
Thank You so much to all the adults that helped, the day was brilliant! Below you can see lots of pictures from our day. Can you tell someone at home what you saw? Which toys were your favourite? Why ?