Bluebirds had fun today, adding speech and thought bubbles to the freeze frame scenes they made about The Stone Age Boy.
Bluebirds enjoyed conducting a science investigation this afternoon, to find out which types of soil samples they had. They studied the colour, smell and texture. Then they tested and measured the amount of water that drained away from each soil sample. Well done Bluebirds you correctly identified clay soil, Sandy soil, chalky soil and peat!
Bluebirds have started their new text in English called Stone Age Boy this week. They have used their prediction skills and have been considering the the thoughts and feelings of the main character. Today they undertook a drama activity called freeze framing. They are going to write some speech and thought bubbles for the characters next!
In Bluebirds classroom yesterday some new visitors arrived. The children who had the tidiest tables before lunch, arrived back to their desks to find a Tidy Teddy had magically appeared! The bears left a note explaining they only come out when everywhere is neat and tidy and advised children to be respectful and take pride in their classroom. They suggested each table should work together as a team as it makes tidying up so much easier. Today there were five bears as everyone had worked readily hard to keep their area tidy. Keep it up Bluebirds as they will not stay if we begin to get untidy! Well done to everybody!
The children in mathematics are representing numbers to 1,000. They used the dienes, counters and digit cards.
Today voted for our school councillor. It was very democratic with a secret ballot. Shh- don’t share your vote!