Today we were so lucky to have the Members of the Cromer Orchestra. They played us music inspired by bird songs. It was a wonderful experience. What birds could you hear? How did the music make you feel?
The Amazing Cress Experiment.
We have been learning about how plants grow and are investigating how changing a plants growing environment affects how it may develop.
The children have planned and organised 3 different experiments looking at the amount of light, water and soil plants receive. They have made sure it is a fair test and made predictions. We will monitor the plants as they grow and measure their height, and comment on their appearance and health.
A pangram is a sentence that uses all 26 letters of the alphabet. You can use letters more than once but the aim is to use the fewest number of letters possible.
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
The sentence can be weird but it does need to make sense.
Zebras quickly x-ray dog’s feet when vikings meet.
Have a go at creating a pangram. The best one will win the prize of Pangram Champion of West Earlham Junior School and will have it read out in assembly.
It’s so much fun teaching these book worms! They have really made a lot of effort with their costumes.
In Guided Reading we are writing stories about the story characters we are dressed as. Each child writes a line of the story then passes it on to the next child. Hopefully, we should have some interesting plots as Wonder Woman is sitting next to Captain America and Batman is on the same table as the Queen of Hearts and Flying monkey.