Robin class went on a microhabitat hunt today. We found spiders on spindled webs, woodlice living under a log and insect eggs laid on a compost mound. We spotted earwigs, mole mounds and caterpillar eaten leaves. We also saw lots of slugs and snails. Advertisements Continue reading Microhabitat hunt
Today we went on a windy hunt to the field looking for micro habitats and minibeasts. Owl class found spiders, earwigs, ants, slugs and eggs (not sure which) using our magnifying glasses! Continue reading Owl Class’ Micro habitat hunt
We used clay to make owls in art today. We used lots of sculpting tools to bring our creations to life. Continue reading Clay time
We pretended to be surgeons today by chopping up words to make them in to contraction words. We learnt about how to use an apostrophe to replace the missing letters. Continue reading Contraction words
Today Owl class used their creative fingers to manipulate clay into cute little owls. They all worked so hard and tried to follow the very tricky technique of pinching and smoothing to create the fantastic owl models! Here are the results… And you have to agree, they are SUPER!!! Continue reading Owl masterpieces
Today in Art, children were sculpting their owls. Children used their fingers to mould their clay as well as some tools. Look at what they produced. Continue reading Clay owls!
Next week you will be writing a letter to Plop, the baby barn owl. Think of and write down 3 reasons not to be afraid of the dark. Spellings: after, great, break, steak, father table, apple, bottle, little, middle. Handwriting: Use the spellings above in sentences of your own. Reading: Read every day and record this in your reading diaries. Continue reading Homework due Wednesday 18th October 2017