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Spring 1- Moon Zoom

 

A huge well done to Chestnut class for winning the termly attendance prize of £50

Chestnut class go bird watching!

Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks.

Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 1
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 2
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 3
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 4
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 5
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 6
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 7
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 8
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 9
Look at us telling our stories using our story sticks. 10

Abimbola telling the story of Beegu from his story map.

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Rahma telling her story of Beegu from her story map

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Lily telling the story of Beegu from her story map

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Our space day with Captain Darling

We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow

We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 1
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 2
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 3
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 4
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 5
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 6
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 7
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 8
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 9
We had fun spending a few minutes in the snow 10

Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom

Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 1
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 2 Atomic Tom describes an atom.
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 3
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 4 We are atoms like in wood, squashed together.
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 5 Atoms in water spread out a little.
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 6 Atoms in the air, lots of space between us.
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Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 10 Atoms in a wood move together
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Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 12 Atoms in water spread a bit more
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Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 16 Will the water come out?
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 17 Putting a pencil in a bag of water
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Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 20
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 21 Moriom stays dry.
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 22 There are 30 octillion atoms in your finger
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 23
Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 24 We are making slime.
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Some pictures from our session with Atomic Tom 31 Making a cup stretch with nail varnish remover

We went outside this morning and discovered a spaceship had crashed into our outside area. This generated lots of questions and discussion among the children regarding who it belonged to and where it came from. As part of our English lesson we then thought of questions we could ask to the owner of the spaceship.

 

Some of the questions included:

Where did you come from?

Why did you crash into the tree?

Did your wings fall off?

Do you know how to drive and use gears?

Did you try to land on the roof?

Did you land near the window to get some pencils to draw your spaceship?

 

 

Our topic this term is moon zoom which will involve looking at space including a visitor into school during the first full week back.

 

PE will remain on a Tuesday

Homework will continue to be given out on a Thursday.

 

 

 

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