Save the bees.
How can we do this?
We have been looking at what we hope to do when we are older.
Our new topic is called Beast Creator. Arachnids, insects, molluscs and myriapods. Minibeasts come in all shapes and sizes!
This half term, we’ll handle a range of minibeasts and small creatures. Taking photographs, making notes and listening carefully to expert explanations will help us to understand how minibeasts move, what they eat and where they live. Using what we’ve learned, we’ll write an interesting minibeast report. In science, we’ll learn how to categorise minibeasts and investigate woodlice habitats. We’ll make detailed drawings of our minibeasts, present data about them and make maps to show the route of our minibeast hunt. Using wood, stones, garden canes and other natural materials, we’ll create ‘minibeast hotels’ and write adverts to attract minibeasts to stay in them. We’ll create a comic about deadly creatures and use interesting vocabulary to write minibeast poems. Minibeasts’ homes and their life cycles will amaze us and we’ll watch
the fascinating process of stick insects hatching.
This half term we have been visiting Beechcroft for our PE sessions. We have been working on our tennis, football and dodgeball skills. Today we had glorious sunshine.
Today we have been looking at how we have changed in our lives. We produced timelines and added the important events.
As part of our stargazers topic, we have looked at the phases of the moon. Naturally, the only way to do this is with Jaffa cakes.