‘A King Is Born’, the children sung beautifully and retold the Christmas story extremely well
This week in art we finished our Great Fire of London jars. We used tissue paper inside the jar, made flames for along the top and cut out houses for the outside. The finishing touch was putting in our ‘candles’ and turning off the lights to see our very own Great Fire of London.
Today in Literacy, we looked at ordering and following instructions. We had to follow our own set of instructions to make ‘Pudding Lane’ bread.
This week in numeracy we have been learning to count money. We have been counting in pounds and pence. We found that we could make the same amount using different coins and notes.
This week we used our numeracy skills to solve a mystery. We had to work as a group and solve addition and subtraction clues to find out where the lining up trophy was. It was in the Year 2 corridor in the Green Book box!
This week we visited Gore Farm for a fun day in the woods. We started by thinking about what we could see, hear and smell before exploring the woods with a boundary walk. We then had a great time using our number bonds and mapping knowledge for a numeracy orienteering activity.