Superheroes…

In English we wrote about our story based on superheroes.  

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      Also in Maths we have been learning about shapes like how many corners or sides or how many vertices the shape has.      

On Thursday in PSHE we have been learning about exercise.

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In PE we have been learning about gymnastics.

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In science we made posters about living things and non living things.  

 

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Have a lovely weekend

Zoya and Zahra

:-)

Real Life Superheroes

New Topic!

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This term our new topic is ‘Real Life Superheroes’. In English, children described what makes a superhero. 

 

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In Maths, we have been exploring 3D shapes.

 

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Can you name the properties of a cube and cuboid?

 

In PE, children have been focussing on balancing and jumping. Children worked in groups to use a range of shapes and jumps. How long can you hold your stretch?

 

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In Computing, children created their own superhero using Microsoft Paint. 

What was your favourite brush stroke?

 

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This week in Art, children drew their own superhero self-portraits.

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If you could choose any super power what would it be? Why?

Mrs Owen's group

Mrs Owen’s group

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Put your spellings into a 150 word short story about a diamond theft. It can be based in a fairy tale land, on true life, in a historical / future setting – in fact, in any way you’d like to write it and present it.

They have been given lots of ideas for imaginative ways to start their story and how to present it: preparing a net for a cube and using the cube to present their story by writing 25 words on each face, letters in bottles; and stories in ring boxes.

Success criteria: I can use: full stops and capital letters

Go further:, in a list ! ?.                       

Basic Expectations – presentation, handwriting, spelling, punctuation  

Note to parents:

These homophones keep getting misspelt and used incorrectly when the children are writing. Constant rehearsal of using them in their writing will help to make these spellings ‘stick’.

Only two children brought in their completed their homework this week. Please ensure that your child completes their homework AND brings it in to school on Thursdays.

They have A4 ringbinder folders to transport their work in. Some work is on display in our classroom so won't be in their folders as yet.

1.    they’re /their/ there

2.   diamond

3.   thief

4.   steal / steel

5.   where /were/we’re

6.   doesn’t

7.   doze

8.   detective

9.   wouldn’t

10.  couldn’t

11.   know / no

12.  new / knew

13.  night / knight

14.  shouldn’t

15.  because

16.  although

17.  should’ve

18.  could’ve

19.  break / brake

20. broken