We had a great afternoon creating our watercolour rivers.
As part of British Science Week, we are learning about the Met Office. We are using rain gauges to measure the amount of rainfall. We will continue to do this over next week and we will be making a graph to show how much rain fall there was on each day.
We’ve had a very busy afternoon making our calendars and Christmas decorations. You can buy the Christmas decorations for £2.50 via Parent Pay. They will make a great addition to any tree as each one has been individually designed and hand decorated.
We had a wonderful Christmas party, we all had fun and enjoyed the day.
We had a really good afternoon learning about teeth and their different functions and then we all made a model of our own teeth.
In our English lesson today we were using dictionaries to work out the definitions of some of the vocabulary in the poem to help us to understand it. Some of us found using the dictionary quite tricky.
In our English lesson today we had to arrange photographs from the Lucy Gray poem and we had to come up with a narrative to go with them. We then listened to the original poem. We all really enjoyed the lesson.
Today, Year 4 had a rather disgusting science lesson-we took part in a demonstration to learn how our digestive system works, and how food is processed by the body. We all had a lot of fun and learned lots in the process.
As part of our topic work, we went to North Chadderton School for an art lesson and we made a clay tile. Some of us made a mask tile and some us made a feather tile. We all included Aztec patterns. We can’t wait to go back again next week to finish them.