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The children have been enjoying singing along to a phonics song/rap. Take a look…
We were finding out about India. Here are some facts we now know:
we havin joy lrenin abalt indyre pepi in inere eat cury.
we are werin fansee cloes;
eieefontss hav culafl chalc on thair trunks
The peepl hav got brown scin.
By Sophie and Eve
the littl grel is gras and she is got a wil baroa.
The ginga cat is asleep undre the flalas.
there is a robing on the chrees.
the garden centr is full of people.
By Sophie and Albert
This term in Thistle class we have been learning all about pirates. Here are some of the things we have most enjoyed doing:
I liked making the tube pirates. (Beau)
I liked learning about pirates. (Eve)
I liked making and painting our salt-dough pirate islands. (Alice)
I have enjoyed writing a diary. (Sophie)
I have enjoyed making treasure maps. (Lewis)
I enjoyed learning pirate songs. (Maisy)
I have enjoyed learning about what pirates eat. (Hattie)
I have enjoyed reading pirate stories. (Mayla)
I have enjoyed acting out The Night Pirate story. (May)
I have enjoyed writing my own Night Pirate story. (Bethan)
I have enjoyed learning about what pirates drink. (Bobby)
I enjoyed making our pirate ship collage pictures. (George)
I have enjoyed writing our pirate diaries. (Luke)
I enjoyed making our tube pirates. (Boo)
I liked dressing up as a pirate. (Chloe)
I enjoyed making our pirate islands. (William)
I enjoyed drawing treasure maps. (Stanley)
I liked sailing our pirate ships in science. (Albert)
I liked getting wet when we went to our own “pirate island”. (Ethan)
I have enjoyed the topic especially wearing the pirate costume. (Toby)
I have enjoyed making my own pirate diary. (Josh)
I liked finding out about life on a pirate ship. (Evan)
I enjoyed making our pirate islands. (Lily)
I enjoyed making and sailing the pirate ships. (Erin)
Today, we decided to try something a bit different and write a story as a class based on the 5 Sentence Challenge picture. We hope you enjoy reading it….
Early one morning, Jack got out of bed and put his smart uniform on. He went into his back garden and got his shiny red bike out of the dark brown shed. Jack pedalled quickly to the post office which was just down the road from his house. Mrs Browning gave Jack a ginormous sack full of letters and parcels. Jack put the sack on the front of his bike and went off to deliver the letters. He went to the village square and delivered lots of post. When he got to the village square he met the milkman. Suddenly, the church bells started to ring. Jack knew this meant it was lunchtime so he got off of his bike, stood it against the wall and went into the tea rooms for a sandwich and a cup of tea.
The children have been working in pairs to complete the challenge this week. They were thinking about questions they could ask about the picture. Can you spot the questions?
What questions would you ask about the picture?
Today we have been learning all about our new topic The Magic Toymaker. We all brought in a toy that was special to us and imagined what would happen to them after we had gone to sleep at night. Her ewe all are describing our magic toys.
Today we have been creating a piece of music to go with our story of the week, The Hungry Caterpillar. It was made even better by the fact that our dads and special people joined us to help.Have a listen to our masterpiece…