We have made Maya masks this afternoon. As part of a game, try to guess who is behind each mask! We hope that you like them!
As part of our work on 'Animals including Humans', and our work focusing on teeth, we have begun an investigation into how teeth can be effected by different drinks. All of the class worked incredibly hard to plan a sensible and, most importantly, a fair test realising that they should only change the type of drink and keep all other variables constant.
The pieces of work below are a few examples of many excellent plans which the class wrote. We look forward to finding and recording the results next week.
What a great afternoon we have enjoyed! After researching and planning a design for our pizzas over past lessons, Birch Class were chomping at the bit to finally make their own pizzas. We were able to choose from a selection of ingredients and after having kneaded and shaped our dough, we added tomato sauce and our chosen toppings before having some cheese on top.
Mr Gross looks forward to hearing about how they tasted tomorrow! Happy eating everyone!
It's lovely to see Sophie having had the chance to make pizza at home using the same recipe as we used in school. It looks delicious Sophie, well done. I hope that you and your family enjoyed it!
Now give me some sweets ever so sour,
And cover a frog in a heap of flour.
You need to remember to stir them well,
While you're doing that, add a shell.
So give me a dog's wet tear,
I also need a bumble bee's ear.
I need to cook it, it may take an hour,
While I'm waiting, I'll take a shower.
So give me a slug off a log
And give me a chew toy from a dog
Give me a tortilla from a shop
And give me a frog that can hop
Give me a ripped top
And a sticky lollipop!
So give me a frog from a lake
And give me a piece of mouldy cake
So give me a fat cat from a house
And give me the tooth of a mouse
Give me a tooth from a bear
And a piece of fluff from a teddy bear.
So give me a character from a book
And give me a dozen flies to cook.
What an interesting and fun afternoon we have had today. We have learned about El dia de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) which is a festival held in Mexico and other Mexican communities. We hope that you enjoy what the children can tell you about what they have learned, take a look at the photos showing the children making a skull, one example of the paper decorations which are made as part of the festival.
Well done to everyone completing the sponsored walk on Thursday 24th September, you all did fantastically well. The morning started with the threat of rain but whether by luck or judgement, we didn't see even a drop on our way round the 10km route. Despite the wind, the children walked excellently around our local area completing the walk with time to spare before lunchtime. A big thank you and well done to all of the children who collected sponsor money, your hard work and determination were clear to see.