4D have been investigating the affects different drinks have on the teeth

Over the past two weeks, we’ve been keeping an eye on our egg investigation. We put eggs in water, milk, orange juice and cola to see what the added would be on the eggs. We see eggs to represent our teeth.

We were really surprised with how the egg in the orange juice reacted. We’ve decided we’ll try to drink fruit juices through straws from now on to avoid any damage to our teeth!

Autumn 1 spellings

It’s always good to practice spellings. Here’s the list of all the spellings we’ll cover in the first autumn half term:

 

Autumn 1 Spelling List
Sep 11th-15th

Statutory Spellings

Sep 18th-22nd

Adding the prefix -dis (meaning not or into) and                         -anti (meaning against)

Sep 25th-29th

Adding the prefix -in and -im (meaning not or into)

Oct 2nd-6th

Adding the prefix -un (negative meaning)

Oct 9th-13th

Words ending   -ture

Oct 16th-20th

Words ending in -sure

often

opposite

ordinary

particular

peculiar

perhaps

popular

position

special

 

disagree

disappear

dislike

disobey

disqualify

disconnect

antiseptic

anticlockwise

antisocial

 

inactive

incorrect

incomplete

inhuman

impatient

impractical

impolite

imperfect

impossible

unclear

unkind

unfair

untidy

undo

unable

uneven

 

adventure

capture

puncture

creature

mixture

picture

nature

closure

enclosure

leisure

measure

pleasure

treasure

unsure

Logging in to Bug Club

Bug Club is a great online resource that you can log onto to read lots of different types of books.

Your username and password to log onto Bug Club is in the front of your homework book.  Remember to check back regularly to see what’s new!

If you’re having problems signing in or you do not have access to the Internet at home, then please let you class teacher know.

Logging in to My Maths

Welcome back to school everyone!

Remember, My Maths is a great website that reinforces all the work we do in school. As of next half term, you will be given maths homework on My Maths every fortnight. It is essential you log onto My Maths at home to help you improve your maths skills!

To log on, you must first put in the schools username and password which are:

Username: bearwood1

Password: tangent213

Your personal username and password after this initial log in are written in the front of your homework books.

If you’re having problems signing in or you do not have access to the Internet at home, then please let you class teacher know.