We enjoyed an interesting and sunny afternoon looking for signs of spring on our Welly Walk
We learnt all about farming and wildlife habitats at Frogmary Green Farm.
We were inspired by our science visitor to learn a poem about an invertebrate. Here is our recital of 'The Snail'.
We created our own poems about ladybirds and recited them to each other.
The children enjoyed dressing up as part of World Book Day and sharing stories with other children from Willow Class.
Daffodowndilly by A.A. Milne
The children have discussed the poem and being learning how to recite it with clearly and confidently in front of an audience.
We planted potatoes today.
We can balance on different parts of our body.
Our science day was awesome. We had fun thinking scientifically and investigating how and why things happen.
We have finished our Antarctica dioramas
We have been busy making dioramas to inspire our writing.
We had a Shabbat celebration in R.E.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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