Year 3/4 have had so much fun today Teepee making in the playground. This was inspired by our Stone Age topic in term 1. We all helped to position the wooden posts and wrap the canvas around. We loved getting to go inside.
To help develop our understanding of how a clock works as well as being able to tell the time we made clocks today in maths. We made sure we labelled the minute and hour hand, o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to. We then decorated our clocks to make them unique to us.
Today year 3/4 were lucky enough to have a visit from Liz, a geologist, who came to talk to us all about planet Earth and space. We were all particularly fascinated with volcanoes and watching volcanoes erupt. We came up with some amazing questions to ask and therefore learnt so much.
At the beginning of term, all year 3 children were lucky enough to have their photo taken by some photographers from Tate Britain. This was for a project, created by Steve Mcqueen who is an Oscar-winning film maker, with the idea to take pictures of all Year 3 children across London.
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We have loved learning about the Romans so far. We have particularly enjoyed learning about the Roman army and their invasions. This afternoon we made shields inspired by the Roman army. We can’t wait to try them out!
Today in topic, Year 3/4 have been learning about Roman invasions. To really understand what it may have been like, we invaded the other year 3/4 classes. Fortunately, each class managed to hold their ground and defend their own classroom. We then created posters about the Roman Invasions. We had a lot of fun!!!
In Literacy, we began thinking of all the things we can taste, smell, hear, see and touch during winter time. We paired these with how we may feel and created our own poems. We then performed these to the rest of our class.
What things can you see, hear and taste during the Winter Holidays?