In literacy the children have loved basing their learning on the story 'Morris the Mankiest Monster.' The story has been extremely popular with the children who have enjoyed writing descriptive sentences about Morris and where he lives. The children have come up with some excellent vocabulary to use in their writing and have worked hard to remember their full stops and capital letters as much as possible.
In maths we have explored place value and have looked at all the different ways this can be represented. We also used the symbols < > = to compare numbers, using the language greater than, fewer than and equal to when comparing them.
The children have used oil pastels in art to create their own pictures of Morris the Mankiest Monster. The children worked really hard on them and are extremely proud of what they have produced. The children also created their own monsters using recycled materials.
In humanities the children have been learning about different bodies of water including swamps, marshes, rivers and streams and have been exploring their similarities and differences.
Well done to Frankie and Emma for receiving the Star Awards in our Celebration assembly over the last few weeks. We hope that Bella has an enjoyable weekend with our class mascot Borris the Badger!