Friday 8th March 2019
It was wonderful to welcome so many parents into the Class on World Book Day to read with the Children. There was a really great atmosphere.
This week we have been creating our own animal riddles entitled " What am I ?"
Thinking of clues or statements that will not give away the identity of our creature until the great reveal at the end. We have enjoyed sharing these with each other .
We have also been looking at how we must use Capital Letters for nouns, especially focussing on names and places.
"In phonics Mrs Jaynes and Miss Edwards group have been looking at split diagraphs" . J.C.
"We also enjoyed playing 'Buried Treasure in phonics." M.B.
In maths this week we have been ordering and comparing numbers . Talking about how we need to look at the tens and ones when we are ordering numbers up to 50. We have used ten frames and number lines and number squares to explore the following statements:
One more than --- is ----
One less than ---- is ----
This week we had a very exciting walk to Buckden Towers. The children were taken on a tour looking at the this building and some of its unique features.
We also discussed how this building is different to a house. We all had a great time.
A.P. "At Buckden Towers we saw some black bricks . These were used to make a pattern.
A.B.W. " we found out that the black bricks were burnt. "
D .D. G . "We used sticks to compare and measure the different bricks".
shrimp are spoil ping spark
chair chop shut shell short
goes haunted rescue argue where
toe launch blue clue where