We have settled really well in to Year 4 and got stuck in with some amazing learning.
Well done to all these children who earns their badge for making active journeys to school this month!
Last week we made scones. We made all sorts of different flavours. We liked all the flavours…even the chocolate chip ones!
Sports Day was a little different this year but we had an absolutely amazing time!
To launch our Science topic about teeth we asked a scientific question, set up an investigation and observed what happened.
On the last day of term we completed our block printing. We are really happy with the outcome!
First we designed our pattern, drew it and cut it out.
Next we used a blunt pencil to draw our chosen background pattern on a polystyrene square. We then chose a bold colour and printed the background.
We stuck our lino bird onto cardboard to make a printing block then covered our birds in black paint and, once our background was dry, we printed over the top of our background.
We can’t wait to reveal the finished product!
We investigated what happened when water evaporates and condenses.
We are doing a unit of work on English all inspired by the poem ‘Sandwich’ by Valerie Bloom.
We made our own scrap book page all about a day at the beach!
In maths this week we are learning all about tenths and hundredths.
Our first focus in English this term is Non-Fiction texts. We have loved reading ‘The Big Book of the UK’ and have been looking out for the features of this text type in lots of different texts.
We have started to rehearse writing our own Non-Fiction texts and can’t wait to write all about Birmingham, our city.