Try out the BBC My World Kitchen game and prepare different kinds of food. Try to remember the imperative ‘bossy’ verbs (doing words) like chop or fill. What would the different food ingredients taste like…? Use adjectives (describing words) like spicy, sweet or tangy. Perhaps you could try them in real life with your grown ups..? Have fun!
Thanks to all of the parents and carers who came to our ‘Baabwaa and Woolliam’ Reading workshop this morning. It was so lovely to see such a fantastic turnout. Everyone listened to the story and the children answered lots of different kinds of questions about it. We then thought about how we can take a story and make something to help us retell it. We used different materials and resources to create stick puppets to do this. The children did a fantastic job of creating them. Take a look at the photos…
On Monday 7th January, 2S and 2M visited Bearwood Chapel Community Cafe to start off our ‘Come Dine with Me’ topic. Eugene took the children on a tour behind the scenes. There were so many interesting things to see and a lot of important things to remember. Take a look at the photos… What can you spot? Talk to a grown up about what you found out and how things worked.
Well done Year 2 for performing your nativity ‘Hey Ewe’ so brilliantly on Tuesday and Wednesday. There were lots of comments about clear speaking, super dancing and lovely singing. Well done to everyone…What superstars you all are!
Here are some pictures:
Over the last few weeks, we have travelled through time to find out about different famous people such as Florence Nightingale.
Here is an episode of Magic Grandad where everyone travels to Scutari during the Crimean War and meet her.
Today we did a scavenger hunt at Calthorpe Haven after we had a discussion about what is special about living things (their characteristics). Here is a clip to help you remember.
Year 2 were time travelling with a special visitor on Monday 12th November… The energetic and hilarious Professor McGinty helped us travel back to Victorian times and learn what it must have been like for children at that time. We had such a fantastically fun time learning!
Find out more from his webpage: (Latest version of Flash Player required)
Look at this link to his artefacts (objects from the past) page and find out about the Victorians:
Take a look at the pictures and see if you can spot some artefacts from the past…
What were they called and what were they used for..? (Click on the link above if you need to refresh your memory!)
Can you recognise any of these items we discovered this week…?