Well done to all of the Easter Egg entries - you have all worked so hard and they look fantastic!
Here we are using fraction tiles to find equivalent fractions in our maths lesson!
We used a watch to monitor how many steps we did each day and took part in a "stepping" challenge!
Well done to everyone who created and designed beautiful and informative science posters for the Science Week competition. They look brilliant!
Look at our colourful snowmen biscuits! We used halal marshmallows and icing sugar to decorate our biscuits and had our very own picnic in class.
We added oil and food colouring to water and then sprinkled glitter into our bottles. Once we added a dash of salt, we began to see bubbles appear!
Following on from the chocolate cake poem we have been reading in class, we decided to make our own! The ingredients which we used were eggs, butter, sugar, flour, cocoa powder, milk, icing sugar and baking powder. It was delicious!
Here we are making some gooey, sticky slime! We combined cornflour and water with green food colouring. We had so much fun!
We arranged the skittles around our plate and then poured hot water over the skittles to watch the vibrant colours run through the plate like a colourful rainbow!
This week, the science leaders from year 6 came to help us with some science experiments. We learnt how to make a battery powered by a lemon and a copper coin. We also learnt about density and electrons, neutrons and protons.
Today we created our own story boards based upon our 'Du Iz Tak' book...but there is a twist....
We wrote the story in our own language! Can you guess what our stories are about? :)
We planted some broad beans to see how they grow, just like in our story 'Du Iz Tak'!