Hana making cloud dough after listening carefully to instructions
We researched tigers in non-fiction books
We looked at the shapes that make up a tiger's face
We used our scissor skills to sort out which picture represented which sense
We looked at maps and globes to find Asia (where tigers can be found in the wild).
We made our own book on tigers
We labelled our world maps of the continents
We read The Tiger Who Came To Tea and acted it out.
We focused on our work
We carried out surveys of different materials
We drew maps of our neighbourhood
We drew out blueprints for our building design
Isobel's phonics and sentence work
Rana's map work
Zahra's dream house
Emily's blueprint for her dream house
Layla's bulding based on Zaha Hadid's work
Layla's painting inspired by Henri Rousseau
Oliver forming the number 8 correctly
A 9 legged monster by Finley
Cardinality of 6,7,8 and 9
Wellbeing and PD
Renee's work inspired by Rousseau
Dylan's 'part, part, whole' modelllng
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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