Meet our new class pet....he is a Sauropod Dinosaur called "Lil Dino"!
We used team work and information texts to help us to create group projects all about Dinosaurs. Take a look at our fantastic work!
Take a look at our maths lesson, where we are using counters to partition and represent three-digit numbers in different ways!
Here we are dancing and singing along to our Skeleton Song to help us to learn the scientific names of the bones in the body. We chose to sing in similar tune to "Staying Alive" by the Bee Gees.
Here are the lyrics if you would like to sing along too!
You can tell by the way I catch a ball,
I've a humerus, not funny at all,
Radius and ulna too
Make up my arm,
Now how about you?
There's carpels, metacarpels
And phalanges in my hand
We can clap, we can write
We can draw , turn out a light.
Whether you're a dino or whether you're a human
You've a skeleton, a skeleton.
Feel it in your body whenever you're a-shaking
It's a skeleton, a skeleton.
Ha ha ha ha
ha ha ha ha
Today during our maths lesson, we learnt how to partition three-digit numbers in different ways.
Challenge! How many different ways can you partition the number 672?
Here we are writing exciting, imaginative stories about scary, ferocious dinosaurs! Ask us about our stories!
Take a look at our amazing dinosaur art! We created a sunset painting with silhouettes of dinosaurs to make our art work appear more effective. Wow!!!
Here we are during our Big Writing lesson. We are working hard, writing exciting stories filled with imagination and adventure!
During our literacy lesson, we wrote letters to our pen pals in America and told them all about our school and our daily routines. Have a look at our fantastic letters!
Here we are exploring place value with our maths groups.
Can you tell me how many hundreds, tens and ones are in the number 578?
There are 5 hundreds, 7 tens and 8 ones in the number 578.