Year 4 Sleepover!
In the morning we woke up early, packed up our things and got ready for the day ahead. Before breakfast we warmed up our bodies with a little exercise on the rooftop court.
The sleepover was a great experience for us all and helped us practise being responsible for ourselves and our things in preparation for the Year 5 residential.
Don't worry Year 3, yours will be coming up in LB4.
What have we been learning?
In maths, Year 4 have been consolidating their shape and symmetry knowledge. We have continued to practise our skills and taken part in some shape problem solving to show our understanding.
In LB3 we will be practising telling the time on 12 and 24 hour clocks, digital and analogue. Please help us to practise at home by asking us what time it is or how long until bedtime. There are also lots of games on the following website in the Year 4 folder.
Login/ password: icanpupil
This week in maths, Year 3 have been learning about shape. We started by looking at what shapes are strongest to build with. We did this through a really fun activity. We built towers made from spaghetti and marshmallows inspired by a story called, "Iggy Peck Architect". This was a great introduction to how shapes can be used and a great way for groups to work cooperatively and to problem solve! Well done Year 3!
Year 4 have followed in the footsteps of David Walliams by creating a new character for his book 'The World's Worst Children'. There are some really funny and unusual designs such as Liam the Liar, Selfish Sally and Disturby Herbie!
This week in literacy 3R had a storytelling session with 3J and listened to their fantastic versions of The Marriage of Ganesh. We had to give constructive feedback about the skills that they had used in their writing and how they might improve it next time.