Wednesday, December 14, 2016

'Movin' It at the Zoo' - Celebration of Learning 2016

Today is our last day of the 2016 school year.
Last night we presented our class item at the school's Celebration of Learning.
We hope you enjoy 'Movin' It at the Zoo'.

Watch all of the items here!

We hope everyone has a safe and happy summer.
See you back in February 2017!

Monday, November 28, 2016

Designing Our Costumes

It's less than three weeks until the end of our school year! 
We are getting our item ready for the school's 
Celebration of Learning.
Last week for interactive homework we designed the costumes we will need for the item.

Can you guess what we are going to be?

Friday, November 18, 2016

Our Science Homework

Some of the families were able to send in photos of the experiments the children did for their 

Thank you to the parents for their permission to post the photos.

Have you tried one of these experiments? 
Did it work for you?

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Interactive Homework links

The children are keen to try at least one of these experiments at home in the next couple of weeks, as part of our science work on water.

Which experiment did you try?
What did you do?
What happened?

Thursday, October 27, 2016

aMazing Masks

The children have been looking at styles of masks in art.
These masks are made with paper plates.
The brief for these masks was that they had to be symmetrical, and have a variety of textures and materials.

Now we will begin planning the masks we will make for our item at the end-of-year Celebration of Learning!

Have you ever made a mask? 
What materials did you use?
What did your mask look like?

Friday, October 14, 2016

Rain in a Bag

This term's Big Idea is 'Water of Life'. 
We are looking at this idea through a science focus.
One of our first experiments was to set up a 
mini water cycle in a bag.

We put the bags on the window where the sun will (hopefully) shine on them.

If you look closely, you might see droplets of water on the inside of the bags.
This is called condensation.

How did the droplets of water get onto the sides of the bags?
Why are the droplets of water not blue like the water at the bottom of the bags?