Our targets this term are:
Reading: To make simple inferences from the text.
Writing: To learn my weekly spellings and apply them in my writing.
Maths: To recall the 4 and 8 times tables and the related division facts.
A celebration of our subtractions skills using three different methods. We are collaborative and open-minded in our maths term.
Synonym Smash – building our word vocabulary every day!
Justice Class have done some amazing creative writing around our class reader, ‘The Firework Maker’s Daughter’. We are truly proud of their work.
Justice Class showed great resilience in their electricity learning with the hardest task ever. With no help, they wrote a multiple choice question from our class reader and wired up the correct answer to light a bulb. Everybody in the class managed to make the circuit. What an amazing success based on our knowledge of insulators and conductors. Well done all!!
Justice have had a daily celebration of Barvember – problem solving tricky maths using bars. It’s great fun and we can even do it in art form!
As part of our science topic, we have not only drawn and created circuits but we have also researched the history of electricity and put it on a timeline. We used our chronological skills from last term.
To start the new term, we have been exploring our knowledge of electricity and making circuits. We cannot wait to make even more complicated circuits.
Our class reader this term is ‘The Firework-Maker’s Daughter’ by Philip Pullman. We have been predicting what may happen to Lila and Chulak.
In Topic Maths we have been measuring everything and recording with the correct units of measure. You can see from our tables that we have measured everything we can see.
Plasticine Spelling Art