Last week the Bluebirds were learning at home, Mrs Moore was so pleased with the work that was given in on Monday and the effort everyone put into their work. Many gold and silver cards were given out to the children who did some excellent work.
One of the home learning tasks was to draw or paint a picture that resembled a cave painting. Daisy C gave in her paintings on Monday and it was clear how hard she had worked on them. Mrs Moore was extremely impressed and Daisy’s paintings will be displayed on our Stone Age display!
We have had a fantastic morning and a great start to the new half term.
In English this morning, we started our new class reader, Krindlekrax. Everyone was given a copy of the first two chapters in their home learning pack. We read the fist two chapters together this morning and focused on who and where questions. A who question will be answered with a person or living thing. A where question will be answered with a place.
This afternoon in Topic, Bluebirds were having a Stone Age experience! We made Stone Age style jewellery out of salt dough.
First, we looked at images of Stone Age jewellery on the interactive white board.
Then Mrs Moore showed us how to roll and manipulate the salt dough into bead and tooth shapes. We use a plastic needle to make the hole so we could thread them into a necklace. We will leave leave our beads over night to dry out and then thread them tomorrow!