This week in Maths we have been partitioning numbers using numicon and multi-link, we know that numbers two-digit numbers can be split into tens and ones and three-digit numbers are split into hundreds, tens and ones.
By the end of the week we had started to add numbers together using number line resources and blank number lines.
We listened to the story of Little Red Riding Hood in English. We wrote character descriptions using adjectives to describe the Wolf and Little Red Riding Hood.
We have sketched wolves in Art using pastels, charcoal, wax crayons or sketching pencils, we are very pleased with the artwork we have created. The pictures are going to be used in our hall display.
In Science we have been learning about the different food groups and what foods we eat to have a balanced diet. We have drawn pictures to go onto our food pyramid.
We have also learnt about physical and human features in Geography and identified them in the story of Little Red Riding Hood. The trees are physical. (Elsie) Grandma’s house is human because it has been built. (Lenny)