We have been planted sunflower seeds and thinning out our crops! Thanks for the great photos Paige!
Today, we went on a boat cruise down the Thames.
We travelled from Greenwich all the way to Westminster Pier, where we disembarked and had lunch.
Along the way, we saw so many landmarks and went under lots of bridges.
We made eggs out of clay and decorated them and made bunny ears.
We went on an Easter egg hunt – to the park!
We met a real life Easter Bunny and he told us where he had hidden some eggs…
…And we all found one!
We then went to the play park for even more fun!
Happy Easter everyone!
This week we have worked really hard in math finding fractions of amounts. To encourage you to keep practising the rule ‘divide by the denominator, multiply by the numerator’, your homework this week is just that! Don’t forget to do a lot of reading and keep practising your times tables!
3B had a chance to investigate different rocks and think about their properties.
They were introduced to Mohs scale of hardness, and experimented to test the toughness of different rocks and minerals.
They also had the chance to look at rocks through electronic microscopes.
The class started to create ebooks to show what they had found out. If you click on the links below you can see the books the children made.
Nirvanah and Emmanuel Rocks and minarals Anya Omari Rocks and minerals Sophia and maya Sophie and Rebecca Vanessa and Georgia Wojtus and Olamorin Thuwaibah and Vitorya Chloe Carla Kadie and Rita Megan and grace Michael and Callum Nia Fanta
As part of our Topic: Eggs, Let’s Get Cracking we visited the Horniman Museum. We looked at their collection of birds and made some fabulous sketches! We will be using these in our Art project to make clay birds.
This week in English, we have created our own versions of the story Monkey See, Monkey Do. The children in Year 4 have done a fantastic job learning their stories. Have a go at telling your own version to your friends and family this week!