Spring planting inspired by the Enormous Turnip book
Pulling out weeds
Great job finding the weeds
Using gardening tools
Watering the plants
Making vegetable soup
The carrots were tricky
How many bowls, spoons and forks will we need?
The ingredients used
Time to taste
I think somebody enjoyed the soup
Acting out the story of the Enormous Turnip
Putting the characters in order like in the story
We got the Turnip!
Making a sweet house
Instructing our friends to do the same
Are they the same?
Look it's doubled!
Good job boys
Now lets build the house in 3D
It looks just like your 2D house
Fabulous idea to do both sides
Now lets build them outside
Great team work!
Stunning start to our fairy tale topic
Following the sweet trail
We found a character
I wonder what story this is from?
Searching high and low
Well done boys, you found some
We have really enjoyed our space topic!
Landing our mini-me's on the moon
Making telescopes to see the stars
Writing in the space den
Splatter star paintings
Spaceman at the ready
Making our own constellation
Making supernovas with a straw
Guess what planets we made
Orbiting the sun
Looking at the Mars Rover
Mixing the banana pudding
Writing a label for our bags
Making strawberry cubes
Making orange juice
Painting rocks to look like planets
Making the Earth
Mixing colours to make the sun "the sun is a star"
Careful painting, choosing the correct colours
Using shaving foam and ink to make planets
Adding drops of ink
Mixing it in
The finished result
Our 3D shape aliens
Lots of shapes used here
Can you name the shape?
Two shapes that roll
Look at our writing
Writing and reading captions
Copying words from the environment
Writing lists of ee words
Writing in our play "do not run away from me"
Writing labels, using displays to help us spell
Writing all about space
Twinkle twinkle little star how I wonder what you are?
Making space helmets, measuring on a friend
Using the controls at the space station
A star catching device
Wonderful tap art rocket
Making the moon
Painting our Earth
Wonderful teamwork to make a rocket
We had a very special visitor come to see us!
Is a glass slipper a sensible dancing shoe? We danced in different shoes to find the best one.
Shoes at the ready
Second group's turn
Off we go!
Were these good shoes for dancing in?
What about these?
These look quite sensible
What about claws?
Now dancing in our school shoes
We have made our own shoes
A finished shoe
Using tools to add laces
A pair of handmade shoes
An elastic band to keep the shoe in place
Cinderella needed to leave the ball at midnight: We have learnt about time
Making a watch
Measuring our wrist
What number can you count up to in a minute?
How many times can you write your name?
Building Prince Charming's castle
Building tall towers
We had lots of fun and worked well as a team
Look at the size of this one
Making a moat
Building the interior
Stunning start - Ballroom dancing!
Dancing with a partner
We moved around the room
We danced in time to the music
Look at that twirl
Dancing as a group
Dancing with different friends
Dancing under our friend's arms
Our nativity - Shine Star Shine
Would anybody live in an igloo?
It's beginning to look a lot like christmas
Carefully wrapping presents
Delivering the present to a friend
"ho, ho ho"
Wrapping as a team
Building the santa Russian dolls
Cutting the paper
Making snowmen with the cloud dough
Hanging a popcorn garland on the Christmas tree
We're starting to write!
A big fish
A big dolphin
Miss Fowler's name by Harvey
Faith writes Rapunzel
Barry the fish by Michael
I am a boy Francis writes
Baking a cake for the wolf's granny
Helping to mix
Team work to get the job done
These are going to be delicious
The Three Little pigs
Good choice of materials
A very well structured house
A neat house
Let's combine all the materials to make a house
Now to test!
Not by the hairs on my chinny, chin, chin
Little pig, little pig, let me in
Careful measuring of the houses
I'll huff and i'll puff...
Now to the brick house
The wolf is coming!
Nice and safe in the brick house
The wolf should say sorry - Francis writes this
A roof for the house!
A house made of straw
Wrapping elastic bands around the sticks
A house for each pig!
Exploring which conkers float or sink
A cute hedgehog
Making art with natural objects
Picking up pumpkin seeds
A spiky hedgehog
No Autumn is complete without leaf throwing
Making leaf people, painting with cotton buds
Trying to get into the pumpkin
Using different tools
Maybe this will work
Conker rolling, can we reach 20?
Making tracks for conkers to roll down
Using water to help them roll
Hooking them to the fence
Attaching the bird feeders carefully
Lets hope we see some birds enjoying them!
What are animal homes like?
A perfect home for a squirrel
Wonderful teamwork girls
Building a home for a hedgehog
A cosy hedgehog
Squirrels like to live in trees
Foxes like to hide in their dens
A stick home for a squirrel
A home for a hedgehog
Making a snowy home for a fox with bubbles
Very creative idea!
Tying sticks together
A safe and warm home for a playdough hedgehog
Using elastic bands to secure the wood
Checking our hard work is up to standard
What a fabulous home!
Who lives in a castle?
Naming parts of a castle
Finding Lego that looks like a castle wall
A junk model castle
"48 people live in this castle"
Building a castle with our friends
Leaf printing beanstalks
Arranging large construction to make a castle
The finished castle
Adding a moat
The finished castle
Painting our hands
Using puppets and props to tell the story
Chop the beanstalk down quick!
Up climbs the giant
Making a giant next to the castle
Our beanstalks have grown
Looking for signs of growth
The first shoot!
Counting magic beans onto beanstalk leaves
Building waterproof houses
Trying out a wooden roof.
Would a cotton wool roof be good?
The felt was waterproof.
Pretending to make lots of rain.
The cotton wool isn't very waterproof
This piece of wood was waterproof
Lets tray bubble wrap
That's a good house!
A paper plate roof
Is everybody's home the same?