Who is part of your family?
Who do you live with in your house?
What are your favourite things about your mum, dad, grandpa, auntie…?
IPC Learning Journey
We have been busy enquirers in HISTORY this week, putting our researching skills to the test. We wanted to find out how people told stories in the past. Did you know some of the oldest stories were painted on to cave walls way back in prehistoric times? We also found out lots about ancient Greece. The Ancient Greeks liked to perform their stories in big theatres. Some stories were even painted on to pots and vases. There are lots of famous Greek myths. Greek myths are about gods and magical beings. Some are very funny, these are called comedies, but others are very sad. Sad stories are called tragedies. Take a look at some pictures below.
In LITERACY 1S has finalized writing our stories this week. TWe worked very hard on telling details of the setting and characters. In 1A we have been practising for our assembly. We learnt how to stand and present on the big stage using a microphone. Well done to all of the learners in Year 1 this week!
In Maths Year 1 answered word problems related to the 2 x table and 5 x table. We used a mixture of resources to help answer the problems including cubes, beads and pencils.
This week we have been reading, the Greek Myth, King Midas. We retold it, acted it out and created our own storyboards showing key parts of the story. We then read another Greek Myth called Theseus and the Minotaur and have now created our very own mythical beasts which we will write about next week!
In MATHS this week we have been finding different fractions of shapes and quantities. We discovered that some fractions are equivalent to each other e.g. 1/2 is the same as 2/4. What other equivalent fractions can you think of?