As we are growing cress we decided to make sandwiches using cress. We practised holding a knife to spread butter on our bread then chose to add ham or egg with our cress. We also talked about how our sandwiches were healthy for us. What healthy sandwiches can you suggest we make using the cress we grow?
Today we have been learning about Shrove Tuesday and the meaning of this festival. We talked about what we eat on this day how we celebrate Shrove Tuesday with our families. We found out that we celebrate Shrove Tuesday in different ways but we all enjoy it!
Today, during PE we have have been practicing catching and throwing using a bean bag. We learned to use big eyes, big hands and to pull the beanbag to our tummy as we catch it. First we worked alone and then we practised a game where we threw the beanbag to a friend to catch.
How high can you throw a beanbag and then catch it?
Today we have been busy creating sock puppets for Kipper. We enjoyed designing our puppet and we used lots of different materials . We looked at Sockthing, from Mick Inkpen’s book Kipper’s Toybox and then created our own sock puppet.What … Continue reading →
Over the past half term we have been learning to skip so we can take part in a sponsored skip to raise money for the British Heart Foundation. We all enjoy helping others less fortunate than ourselves and this will be the third charity we have supported this academic year. Today we skipped for 10 minutes. It was very hard but we were determined to complete this challenge.
How much money have you raised for the British Heart Foundation this year?
Today we have been talking about the differences between natural and man made materials. We collected a range of natural materials including leaves, Sticks, fir cones and moss then used these to make a collage. We enjoyed using our senses … Continue reading →
This week we are practising using scissors to cut as well as talking about patterns. As we are learning about Sockthing, one of `kipper’s toys, we asked to make a Sockthing. We decided that we wanted to use card and … Continue reading →
We really enjoy reading and stories in class 1. As we are learning our phonemes we are growing more confident reading short sentences. Today, we worked in pairs outdoors. We ran to find a question written on paper then, after reading it, sorted the questions into sets of questions where the answer is ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
We really enjoy phonics and today played a game where we used phonemes to make a word. Each word had the phoneme ‘ow’. Some words were real words whilst other words were silly. We had to make sure the phonemes were in the correct order so we needed to listen carefully to the word as we said it.
How many words can you think of which contain the digraph ‘ow’?