As part of Child Mental Health Week we had a visit form an author, Katy Towse, who read us her book The Tide Inside. The children asked her some thoughtful questions and we had a discussion about different feelings and how we can deal with them.
On Wednesday The Pixies and Elves took part in an online Fairy Tale workshop with the author Michael Rosen.
The Pixies used lines, colour and shape to create pictures of The Great Fire of London.
In English on Monday we acted out the Marmalade making scene from Paddington in preparation for sequencing the story in our writing.
In Science we looked at seasonal change and signs of Winter. The Pixies spotted buds on the end of branches and we remembered how the trees had looked in Autumn and thought about how they might look in the Spring and Summer.
The Pixies learnt about the Great Fire of London in History and then they made some "fire"!!
In English on Thursday we tried marmalade and used adjectives to describe how it tasted (Arthur wasn't sure!)
We went outside n Science to identify birds using an identification sheet.
The Pixies have been exploring their five senses.
In Art the Pixies explored line and colour by sketching Buckingham Palace using pencil.
In Science we started our new unit of Animals including Humans and looked at parts of the human body.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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