This term Elm Class will be investigating all things to do with the beach!! We have already been Beachcombers and had a trip to the Beach where we looked carefully at living and non-living things. We looked out for coastal birds and some of us heard skylarks! They had very tuneful songs but were hard to see against the sky! We collected lots of interesting and unusual
things including a mermaid's purse and bladderwrack. Sadly there was lots and lots of rubbish too.
From this we are find out more about sea animals and plants have adapted to their habitats. We are hoping to complete experiments to see how long rubbish takes to decompose in sea water.
It would be helpful if the children could practise their handwriting over the next few days. Remember:-
All children will have their spellings to practise
Have fun and hopefully see you all next week
It is 2018 and we have an exciting start to this term. In Maths we are learning about subtraction and then multiplication. We are using a new method for our literacy that enables the best writing for all children. The first trip this year is to Norwich Castle which links to our topic on Towers, Tunnels and Turrets. I will put topic work pictures in the links below and pictures relevant to each topic in those folders.