Year 4 had their Geography day on Monday. Mr Pearce and Mrs Bayliss split the year group into their 2 groups that will be the groups in Year 5.
We studied INDIA for the day! We had lots of experts who have been to India who could give us first hand experience.
We did some research about India learning about the currency, capital city, food, culture and sport.
We looked at Rangoli patterns and tried some Indian food. Mr Pearce designed some top trumps cards so we could rate the food! We had lots of fun. We also played cricket, as we learnt that cricket is a popular sport in India.
In 3M we have been learning all about mass in our maths lessons. Yesterday we had a baking challenge! We used our new knowledge to solve word problems to find out how much we needed of each of the ingredients. We then had to weigh the ingredients out using scales. Once we’d mixed our ingredients together we baked them and the end result…… Delicious cakes.
In science this half term children have been exploring sound. The children in 3/4 S enjoyed making pan pipes using straws. They played their pan pipes and explored pitch and found out how to make high and low sounds by varying the length of the straws.
We Imagined we had travelled back in time and had to consider how we would survive in the Stone Age. We had to ensure we had food, shelter, clothing, water, fire and tools. We used our problem solving skills and thankful we all survived our Stone Age experience.
In 3M we’ve been playing a dice game to help us understand the value of a number. We had lots of fun while we were learning.
We’ve been working together in our science lesson to decide ‘what is a living thing.’
Some super discussions and brilliant team work.
We’ve been sketching some of our favourite characters from Roald Dahl’s books.
We have waited patiently for our brooches to dry so we could paint them. Look at our fantastic designs.