Keeping busy

It has been another busy week with lots of great learning activities happening.

We have really enjoyed reading all the non-chronological reports that you have sent us and are busy putting together a book to share them with you all. Look out for it on this blog.

The Y3&4 children in school have been making lots of rainbow art to display on the school fence. It has been lovely to see lots of new pieces being added every day from children at home as well.

Lyla has also been making rainbows at home.

Here is a huge rainbow made out of handprints.

Eva has painted an amazing picture of a dragon.

Isaac has been enjoying the online drawing lessons from Pete McKee. Here are some of his drawings.

Hope painted some beautiful watercolour postcards and made rainbow garlands and stick figures.

A few children have enjoyed the origami challenge we sent them. One girl made a beautiful rainbow parade of dogs.

As well as creating an origami dog, this busy girl has been busy weighing out the ingredients to make her own pizza and peering into space with her homemade telescope.

These children look like they've enjoyed a busy week at home.

This cook made bruschetta and twice baked cheesy jacket potatoes for lunch. It looks delicious!

For maths this week, the children at home and at school have been following some video lessons giving an introduction to fractions. The children in school this week made fractions out of different objects, took photos of them and used the iPads to make them into posters. They have labelled some of them. Can you say what fractions the unlabelled ones could represent?

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