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Spring 2- Splendid Skies

Look at our Easter Bonnets

Look at our Easter Bonnets 1

Dressed in red for Comic Relief.

Dressed in red for Comic Relief. 1

Our science investigation this time was called 'how big is a raindrop?' We carried out the investigation and can now tell you whether raindrops are the same or different sizes and about how we measured them. Want to know how big a raindrop is? Then come and ask a member of Chestnut Class

In science this week we have been investigating whether shadows change or stay the same. We found out that shadows change in size as the sun moves during the day.

Chestnut class retell 'Who has seen the wind'

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We used the talk 4 writing technique to help us remember the poem called 'Who has seen the wind' we put actions with the words to help retell the poem.

Creating our poem maps.

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Creating our poem maps. 2
Creating our poem maps. 3
Creating our poem maps. 4
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Arafat retelling the poem

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Raisa telling the poem of 'who has seen the wind'

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Macie using her map to tell the poem of 'Who has seen the wind'

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We have started off this week by using grams to measure weight.

We have started off this week by using grams to measure weight.  1
We have started off this week by using grams to measure weight.  2
We have started off this week by using grams to measure weight.  3
We have started off this week by using grams to measure weight.  4

Our World Book Day Costumes

Our World Book Day Costumes 1

Where's Wally in Chestnut class

Where's Wally in Chestnut class 1

A huge well done Chestnut class for our 100% attendance this week.

 

We have been using language of more and less than in maths this week.

Here are some pictures of us hot seating in the role of the Bog Baby.

Welcome back to term 4.

 

This term our topic is Splendid Skies which means in science we will be looking at the weather and different weather patterns. 

In English we will be starting with looking at a book called 'The Bog Baby' before moving onto weather poetry. 

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