We’ve been sketching different fur and scales today ready to sketch and collage our animal book front covers next week.
This week we looked at sculpture. We created our own birds using skills we have learnt across the term. 🌟🌟🌟
Brilliant progress in reading and independent writing in continuous provision- a fact book all about Pandas!
Lots of great learning this week. These two children have shown great perseverence and efforts in phonics and maths.
WATA: developing our drawing skills. We used our observational skills to sketch different bird feathers.
Today we were looking at numbers to 50. We were rolling the dice to generate a number and then built
In science we have been classifying animals into 5 vertebrate groups: Mammals, amphibians, reptiles, fish and birds.
In art we are thinking about sculpture linked to our animal topic- ‘Claws, Feathers and Fins’. We started last week
We completed our collages this week by adding line drawing details.
We were very lucky and saw the bridge open twice!
for their fantastic attitude and approach to work and their geography work!
This week we have been looking at textures. We then used graphite and newsprint paper to explore the classroom to
We made our own ‘water paper’ using rubbings with crayons and graphite sticks and collaged these onto our waves.
We built up our waves with cardboard and then covered them with Mod Roc.