Claude in the city - Drama -  This week, we are thinking about city life, what it must be like for Claude to visit the big city? We created freeze frames. We thought about what each character would be doing, thinking, and saying. 

In Maths we have been applying what we know about number bonds to 20. We are focusing on addition and subtraction, and learning about number families within 20.

We made soup!

As part our DT topic on Preparing Fruit and Vegetables. We chopped, peeled, sliced, and grated carrots, potatoes, onions, swede, and broccoli. We had a soup party to share our success!

Marmalade Sandwiches

We have been enjoying our story on Paddington bear, we have been learning all about instructions this week in English. As Paddington bear loves marmalade sandwiches, we made them too! They were delicious!

Charlie the Crocodile signs  
Using the signs we worked in partners to compare two 2digit numbers. We used the vocabulary greater than/less than and equal to.

Landmark hunt

We enjoyed visiting the woods, and finding hidden landmarks and famous buildings in London. We had fun finding Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, The Shard, Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the National History Museum.

We explored our local area to look for living, dead, and never lived objects as part of out new Science topic - Living things. 

The Great Fire of London

After listening to a story about a little boy called Tom who experienced The Great Fire of London. We imagined that we were looking out of our window on that day in 1666, what did it look like? 

Claude in the city 

Sir Bobblysocks went on holiday to France, so we created some new sock friends for Claude. Meet Claude's new friends....

Paddington Instructions

We have been enjoying following and making instructions. We put the instructions in order, and made them in the order we thought.

What does a London landmark look like? 
Children explored the question through art, they selected their own landmark, and sketched using their chosen tools (pens, charcoal, ink, black fine markers, pastels). We spent the afternoon in total zen listening to music whilst we sketched away! Look at the amazing art work we produced. 

We are working hard in maths. We are using more than one representative to display our tens and ones.