Wowzers Red Class, another fantastic week of home learning. You are all doing so well, we’re really proud of all of you.
Here is some of the incredible work you have done this week.
This week we have been working on The Gingerbread Man. We told the story with lots of actions, we built up a story map with characters, labels and settings. We drew characters from the story with speech bubbles. Then, at the end of the week we made story maps with our own animals in.
We had a lot of fun with our magical maths remotes, the maths magic was so strong, I got very dizzy from all the spin buttons you were pressing!
Red Class have been reading the Stick Man and Leaf Man stories. We imagined what the doors to their houses might look like. We had great ideas…
We made some magic doors from our designs…
We learnt about Sybil Phoenix’s hard work and amazing achievements, helping children and young people in Lewisham. We saw the medals she was awarded for her MBE and OBE. We thought about why we might get a medal from the Queen. We are great at lots of things…
We read the book “Slowly, Slowly, Slowly,” Said the Sloth by Eric Carle.
We looked at the animals that the sloth might see in his rainforest home.
Look at the pictures we made using our rain forest facts.
We made puppets and models:
We learnt about Lonnie Johnson. He was an aerospace engineer and worked for NASA in America. He also invented the “Super Soaker” water pistol. Lonnie Johnson inspired us to design our own Super Soakers.