We went in search of Nemo and Dory and fell in love with Lulu the turtle.
Out and about with Class 1
We waited at the 'Lighthouse' for Mrs Grinling's delivery from the cottage. Can you guess what is was?
Mr Grinling was going on a picnic so we packed our picnic basket and joined him for a delicious spread.
A recipe for a Lighthouse Sandwich
We made a Lighthouse Sandwich for Mr Grinling and wrote out the instructions for making one.
We drew pictures to memories the lines of the poem. we turned these into an animation on the iPads.
We created our own actions to help us remember the poem, The Picnic by Dorothy Aldis.
We had lots of fun solving problems. We tried to find 7 ways of making 20 using four different numbers using the numbers 1 to 8. We also arranged 15 counters on 5 plates in different ways so that each line added up to 10.
We think our dads are ROARSOME!
We read the fact pages to find out about our chosen habitat. We then drew labelled pictures of the living things we would find there. We shared what we found out with our friends.
Naughty Elephants Squirt Water!
We learnt a rhyme to help us remember the points on a compass. We drew what we could see to the North, South East and West. We traveled around the school grounds and found the compass always points North.
Physical and Human Features on the Map
We worked with Class 1 today. We sortied images into physical and human features. We looked for features in the school grounds. We identified features on a map of the local area and matched map symbols to an image of that feature.
Brothers and Sisters with Jesus
We painted pictures of the different types of families we belong to. We looked at how we are all part of God's Big Family with Jesus.
Inspired by Mrs Grinling, we made our own iced sea biscuits for the Lighthouse Keeper.
We identified which part of the plant we were eating as we tasted different vegetables. Yummy!
Look how much our plants have grown!
This week we tested our agility as we tried to catch our partners tail.
Grizedale Forest in search of the Highway Rat
We had a a fantastic time in the forest. We collected forest treasures on our journey, made spider sculptures and create forest music.
Wanted for stealing food along the Highway Trail
Watch out for these interesting characters roaming along the highway.
We have some star shooters in Class 2, watch out Robin Hood!
On our journey around the United Kingdom we stopped off at the capital cities of each country. We used the atlas to label our own maps.
Observing Plants and Trees
In groups, we worked against the clock to label a plant and a tree. We went outside to observe the plants and trees growing in the school grounds.
This week we have been ordering numbers and finding missing numbers on the number line. We have also been partitioning numbers into tens and ones.
We had to read the facts carefully and work out where the missing capital letters and full stops should go to create sentences.
One a penny, Two a penny, Hot Cross Buns
For snack we enjoyed tasting hot cross buns. Yummy!
We walked with Jesus along the way of the cross. We stopped at each station to reflect on how Jesus must have felt.
In our assembly we reflected on the events of Maundy Thursday. We broke the bread and shared it with the whole school.
We enjoyed helping Class 1 welcome Jesus by waving our Palm leaves and laying down our coats.
There have been lots of Easter activities in class 2 this week. We used our hand prints to create a lovely sunrise behind the cross to celebrate the risen Jesus. We made flowers to decorate the cross. We enjoyed searching for puzzle pieces to help us retell the Easter story. There was even time to make tasty Easter nest.
Skip for British Heart Foundation
We enjoyed skipping our mile to raise money for the British Heart Foundation.
We looked at examples of The Stations of the Cross by Aboriginal artist Miriam-Rose Ungunm. We created our own Australian crosses inspired by the Aboriginal paintings.
We used everyday objects to make patterns.
Our detectives went in search of the mini beasts.
We recorded this weeks weather in our diaries and used this to present the weather forecast.