🍏 🍎 Apple Day 🍎 🍏
The children apple day in their outdoor learning session by pressing their own apple juice.
In maths, we have been practising our number bonds to 10. We used tens frames to show the bonds and some of us wrote our own rhymes to help us remember the bonds.
We used our book, 'Not Quite Narwhal' to help us use adverbs to describe a character's movement. When Kelp was learning to walk, he tried to copy a crab and a frog. Neither of these creatures managed to help him! We pretended to move like crabs to help us write a a description from Kelp's point of view.
In our music lesson, we learned a new song by breaking it down into parts. We started by speaking the words, then chanting, then singing.
In today’s lesson, we discussed what an algorithm is and how they can be used. We worked in pairs to create and follow algorithms to improve the Dinosaur Move game on Scratch. We then tried our algorithms out in real life!
In our music lesson, we listened to a variety of pieces of music and moved around the room in a way that reflected the piece of music. Next, we looked at pictures of different animals and moved around the room in ways which reflected the animal. We then selected percussion instruments which we thought would represent the animal and played them in a way that best showed that animal’s movements.