Using IPads and Laptops

Tigers class have been adding words an images to creat postcards from Victorians on holiday. They created pictures using Green-screen that they have saved and uploaded to their postcards. The children used Purple Mash to create the postcards. 

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Victorian Holidays

The children looked at a mystery suitcase, photographs and artefacts to make deductions, predictions and to share prior knowledge about living and holidaying in Victorian times. 
 

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Creating structures in forest school

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Textiles- Fossil inspired art

After learning about Mary Anning, the children produced some beautiful textile art that was inspired by fossils. Firstly they investigated the shapes of fossils by creating images from natural objects. They then used pencil to create lines to mimic fossil shapes. Their textile pieces were created…

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Moving water

Over the past two weeks we have been investigating moving water, in forest schools. The children firstly used pipes and tubes to transport water from one container to another. This week we looked at how water could be moved without us physically touching it. They investigating adding objects…

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Investigating orange fruit

The children have being studying health and nutrition in science. The year twos investigated if larger orange fruits had more segments and the the year threes investigated if the larger orange fruit contained more fruit. Accurate counting and reading scales was required for successful…

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Tigers’ Harvest poem

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Discovering Kenya

During topic week, the children have done a lot of map work. They identified continents of the world and located Africa. The then narrowed their search and found Kenya. They have identified landmarks, compared Kenya to England and used their knowledge of land features to match aerial photographs…

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Mud masks

After taking inspiration from the mask traditionally worn by the Masai tribe, the children created their own mud masks in forest schools. 

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Crazy fruit and vegetables critters

As part of Ronald Dahl day, the children made bugs and insects out of fruit and vegetables. It also gave the class chance to practice cutting skills before their design and technology project. 

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Musical instrument making

The children explored the grounds and found natural materials that they could use to make musical instruments. They investigated sounds and the methods they needed to fix objects together. 

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Learning how to we show, read and react to emotions.

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