We are so excited for the Easter holidays but we didn’t let that affect our brilliant listening in our Commando Joe session this morning! We worked as a team, solved problems and communicated with each other to cross the river – without falling in! 💪
This afternoon we started enjoying some Easter activities! We have been making Easter cards and crafts… and we even went on a number Easter egg hunt 🐣
As part of our topic this week, we have been reading ‘Oliver’s Vegetables’. In the story, Oliver tries one new vegetable each day and at the end of the week, he uses potatoes to make chips.
Throughout the week, we have enjoyed exploring the different vegetables in the story – carrots, spinach, rhubarb, cabbage, beetroot, peas and potatoes. We described their textures using words like bumpy, rough, smooth and long (the rhubarb was as long as our arms!).
On Thursday we made our own chips! We washed, peeled and cut potatoes before putting them into an air fryer. After half an hour, our chips were smelling delicious – and they tasted really good too! Yum!
Our Golden Book winner this week is… Poppie-Mae! 🌟
Poppie-Mae has had such a brilliant week this week! She has been thinking more about her growth mindset, focussing more and getting even more learning done. I have been so proud that Poppie has been so on-board with her learning this week. Well done Poppie-Mae, you are a superstar! 😄
Well done on another brilliant week of home learning, you have all been really impressing me again this week! I am so excited to see you all in school after half term – make sure you have a well-deserved rest next week!
A huge thank you to all the parents (and grandparents!) for all your help this half term, it truly is appreciated and you have all done a wonderful job 😊
Here are some photos and videos of what all your friends have been up to this week – the next time we see each other, we will be back in school – yay!! 😄