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Term 3- Paws, Claws and Whiskers

 

Our new topic is Paws, Claws and Whiskers.

 

In English we will be looking at Handa's Surprise, we will be looking at letters, predictions and descriptions. We will also rewrite stories, fact files and look at some poetry.

 

In Math's this term we will be focusing on capacity, addition and subtraction missing numbers and having = at the beginning of a number sentence, length and time. 

 

Our Science focus will be animals and looking at habitats and food chains and in topic we will be focusing a lot on the art work of Henri Rousseau.

Some lovely homework projects to start the term.

We tried some fruit that Handa had in her basket.

We have learnt how to solve missing number addition sentences using a number line.

We have learnt how to solve missing number addition sentences using a number line.  1
We have learnt how to solve missing number addition sentences using a number line.  2
We have learnt how to solve missing number addition sentences using a number line.  3
We have learnt how to solve missing number addition sentences using a number line.  4

We did some massage on each other as part of well being day.

Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time.

Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 1
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 2
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 3
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 4
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 5
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 6
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 7
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 8
Today we have learnt how to tell the time to o’clock. Ask us where the hands have to go to make an o’clock time. 9

Take a look at us reading some of the poems we have written.

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We have used the iPads to research animal facts in Africa.

Take a look at the friendship web we made by saying nice things to each other.

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