Author: Sophie Bell
Red Class Spy Spiders!
We have been sharing Anansi stories and learning facts about spiders.
Do you know how many legs a spider has?
Do you know how many eyes most spiders have?
In PE we moved like Anansi’s sons. Can you remember their names?
Red Class and the Dragon Eggs
Red Class are a curious crew and we wondered what dragon eggs might taste like. So, we wrote a letter to the dragon to ask for some eggs. We sent a class letter, full of flattery like the Paper Bag Princess uses, and a decorated envelope each.
The next day, Mrs. Davidson delivered an urgent parcel to us after lunch, inside was a letter from the dragon and each of our envelopes had a dragon’s egg inside!
We all wrote back to the dragon to thank him for the eggs and to let him know what we thought of them. Thank you dragon!
In Red Class, we love cooking!
Today, we made pancakes and we used our left over fruit to make a delicious fruit filling for the pancakes.
We watched Mr. Wolfs Pancakes while we digested.
In the morning we
Red Class & Supertato!
After sharing the Supertato story we designed and made our own potato super heroes!
In maths we have been using our fingers and objects to find doubles and halves. We have even spotted some links between doubles and halves.
In PE we learnt a new game called spiders and scorpions, ask us how to play it.
Red Class & Lunar New Year
Happy Lunar New Year!
This week, we found out if we were dogs or roosters, do you remember which one you were?
We shared the story of The Magic Paintbrush. We thought about what we would paint with our magic brushes.
We listened to Jail House Rock and tried some Elvis inspired dance moves.
Red Class & The Three Bears
This week, we have been making porridge and investigating it using all our senses. We smelt it, looked at it, felt its texture on our tongues, listened to the sounds it made when we mixed it and tasted it.
We’ve been out investigating the ice, brrrrr!
Red Class and The Big Bad Wolf
We have been learning the story of The Three Little Pigs. Last week, we learnt the story with actions, we made puppets and took them home to tell the story to our families, we drew wolves and labeled their features.
This week, we made ourselves into the big bad wolf and wrote speech bubbles.
We even started making a dance to tell the story in PE!