Feature spotting in Maple
This week we have been looking at the geographical features of the British Isles by analysing famous landmarks such as Durdle Door, the Angel of the North, River Severn, Clifton Suspension Bridge and many more!
The children had a great eye for identifying if these were human or geographical features. We have then used the iPads to research the same things about Russia to be able to compare the two nations.
Mrs Coe took PE on Wednesday and we all had a blast! We practised our throwing and catching skills with a game then played a class game of rounders to make sure we could still use those skills in a competitive situation.
In maths we have started to look at temperature. Mr Smith kindly put up some thermometers inside and outside the classroom and the children have loved learning to read the temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit and comparing the temperature in the different areas.
In science we have made a flow chart to help us identify materials if we aren’t sure. The children did a great job with this making sure their questions were relevant and use scientific language.
As the hot weather continues please make sure you child has a hat, water bottle and sun cream every day to help keep them hydrated and safe outside.
Have a great weekend!
Mrs Coe and Mrs Jones
Star of the Week: Talisha
Learner of the Week: Alice